UDC's Digwa unfazed by Tsogwane's potency

Tsogwane PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
Tsogwane PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

FRANCISTOWN: A dog-eat-dog political contest is anticipated in the Boteti West constituency where the Vice President (VP) Slumber Tsogwane will lock horns with the Umbrella for Democratic Change’s (UDC) candidate, Sam Digwa, in the upcoming general elections.

Should Tsogwane lose in October, and President Mokgweetsi Masisi and the BDP prevail in the 2019 general elections, then Tsogwane’s loss will throw Masisi’s succession plans into disarray if he so wishes to stick with the incumbent VP after elections.

 Over the past weekend, in Palapye during a BDP retreat, Masisi showed that he still has confidence in Tsogwane.

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