We have to respect office of the Presidency


Fellow compatriots, we never thought it is necessary for us to be involved in judicial matters as we thought they are mechanisms in place to offer remedy to any matter that may arise concerning this institution unfortunately we are astound by recent events and the fluid situation we find ourselves in as a nation, some trends that are developing indicates that we are slowly and surely loosing touch with our Respect (Botho).

Most words like crisis, madness, witch-hunt, stronger men than institutions are the order of the day.

Fellow compatriots, we should ask ourselves one simple question. What is at issue? Four people have benefited from a sum of close to a million pula. The second question is, was this benefit lawful? If yes, no issue to be discussed. If no, a disciplinary hearing should be appointed. What type of hearing is required and who is responsible for putting together such an inquiry? We have asked these questions to clearly define the premise on which our discussion will be based.

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