Where are the proverbial beans?


Three years after promising to spill the beans on what could have precipitated tension between past immediate president Ian Khama and his successor, President Mokgweetsi Masisi, the latter is yet to live up to his much touted promise. In this Q&A session Mmegi Staffer RYDER GABATHUSE speaks to Press Secretary to the President, Batlhalefi Leagajang who could not shed light on the Khama/Masisi feud

Mmegi: The public is waiting with bated breath for our Head of State to explain in detail the source of differences between him (President Masisi) and his predecessor, former president Ian Khama. Can the President please give a hint of what could have brought about the differences between the mentor (Khama) and the mentee (Masisi)?

Leagajang: In our view your statement is not a representation of the public’s views. In fact, the nation has expressed detest for the perceived conflict you are referring to.

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