BOKA's road to AGM laced with controversy

Heads together: Karatekas during the 2023 Ordinary General Meeting PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Heads together: Karatekas during the 2023 Ordinary General Meeting PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

As the countdown to the much anticipated Botswana Karate Association (BOKA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) begins on September 16 at Lekidi Football Centre, tensions are running high.

As per the customary practice preceding the AGM, BOKA affiliates submit motions for discussion at the general assembly. The Kofukan Federation, represented by its acting chief instructor Sensei Otto Tafa, has submitted a motion of no confidence against BOKA president, Shihan Mpho Bakwadi.

"This motion is based on your failure to uphold and defend the BOKA constitution. The constitution states that an AGM should be held in June. You have failed to ensure that this happens. You have failed to present BOKA financials.

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