Venson-Moitoi Is Domkrag At Heart

Venson-Moitoi and President Masisi PIC. BWGOVERNMENT
Venson-Moitoi and President Masisi PIC. BWGOVERNMENT

Former Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) presidential aspirant, Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi has come out to end speculation that she would decamp as she attended the ruling party event.

Venson- Moitoi’s presence at the launch of Mmusi Kgafela in Mochudi East over the weekend brought joy to the BDP, ending doubts that she could be on her way out. She pulled out of the presidential race a few hours before elections earlier this year in Kang citing unlevel playing field.

In a short speech she made at the launch, Venson-Moitoi admitted that she had been mad at the party’s president Mokgweetsi Masisi. She added that the peace and tranquility enjoyed by Batswana made it possible for her to stand against the President.

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