BMD's Open Letter to President Mokgweetsi Masisi on Kang and Palapye Brigades


The Botswana Movement for Democracy write to inform you about the plight of students at Kang and Palapye Brigades respectively. We thought you should know, that whilst you are busy competing with former President Ian Khama on who is more qualified to be a better leader and who is not, public service, which is the primary purpose of Government business, is at halt.

This has been your trend, your trademark and your identity image. This has been and continue to be your primary purpose. Your primary focal point has never been to serve Batswana. Your focal point is to justify that you are much better than former President Ian Khama. We wish to remind you that Ian Khama is a retired elder. We remind you that, it is of no value to this nation to witness a serving chief civil servant, being you the President of Botswana, engaging full energies on ego-based battles with a retired elder.

We at the BMD, are specifically in this context and content; worried, and disturbed by tertiary education, in particular; Kang Brigade and Palapye Brigade. We inform you Mr. President, as you seem not aware. That whilst you are busy competing with a retired elder, as to who should attend which event and who should not, that 4th year students at Kang Brigade and Palapye Brigade respectively are writing their theory examinations in May, and subsequently their practical examinations in June this year, and yet they are still without lectures, in the literal sense.

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