'CMB was a rogue asset manager that sought to steal millions'

Boitumelo Molefhe. PIC. MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Boitumelo Molefhe. PIC. MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Viltry (Pty) Ltd ("Viltry’"), as representative of the Botswana Opportunity Partnership ("BOP’"), together with the Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund ("BPOPF’"), have noted with concern the article that was published in the 24 May 2019 edition of the Mmegi Newspaper titled "CMB clears the air".


It is unclear who the author of this article is. It is ascribed to no particular journalist and it is not published as a so-called “letter to the editor” but is afforded significant costly print space as a “rebuttal”. A rebuttal to what, remains unsaid. The article is filled with numerous inaccuracies and factual omissions. It is clearly a flamboyant attempt to deflate and distract from the true state of affairs.

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Shame on the Police!

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