PASSOBO Ushers In New Leadership

PASSOBO's new executive committee
PASSOBO's new executive committee

The Paralympic Association of Botswana (PASSOBO) has ushered in a new leadership during a Special General Assembly that was held over the weekend in Gaborone.

The new president is Tshepo Maferaka who won against Thuso Rasetapa. Maferaka beat Rasetapa with nine votes to five. The former president, Titus Letshwiti was contesting for the position of public relations officer but lost by nine votes to five to Lesley Baleseng. The vice president is Boikanyo Ratlou while the secretary-general is Lilian Ngwako.

Cynthia Masikara is the vice secretary-general and Mpho Pheto is an additional member. The new executive committee will be in office for four years. Speaking to Sport Monitor, Ratlou explained that he was in the same position before but only served for a year. “At first I was an additional member in the committee that was elected into office in 2017.

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