Giving out food and clothes is unethical


It has been argued by the privileged group in the society that giving to the needy is a Christian virtue and as Batswana is a sign of our botho.

They argue that our Setswana  philosophy of botho compel us to give to the needy. And also our Christian values teaches us to give to those who are less privileged members of the society.

Based on those two concepts those who are privileged members of the society like to be seen handing out food and clothes and other material needs and so doing they feel great knowing that they have fulfilled their duties as “good christians” “true Africans” .

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