Kgotlele's case is like drying paint

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The case of suspended Botswana Football Association (BFA) chief executive officer, Mooketsi Tosh Kgotlele is as interesting as watching paint dry. Just like paint, it is taking time to conclude and the more it delays, the more disinteresting it becomes.

It is six months since allegations of match- fixing erupted when China hammered the Zebras 4-1 in an international friendly match.

Kgotlele was immediately suspended amid allegations that money had exchanged hands to influence the result of the match in China. BFA president, David Fani declared that there would be a speedy resolution to the case.

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