Why BLLAHWU fired its president


The Botswana Land Board Local Authorities and Health Workers Union (BLLAHWU) president Samuel Kedise’s opposition to the employment of secretary general Ketlhalefile Motshegwa resulted in his firing.

This aspect is key to the divisions that befell the union leadership, leading to an urgent court application, which Justice Godfrey Nthomiwa is scheduled to hear.

The union took the court route when, following the September 9, 2014 letter firing Kedise on grounds that he was seven months overdue in his subscriptions therefore deemed a non-member, he refused to step down.

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