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Bulela Ditswe losers plotting joint court case against BDP

Bulela Ditswe losers plotting joint court case against BDP
June 26
13:16 2018

Monageng, Losibe and Masimolole said to be the main antagonists


The Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) parliamentary candidates who lost their appeals in February are contemplating banding their resources together to institute a court case against the party after their appeals were squashed.

These include parliamentary hopeful for Molepolole South constituency Shima Monageng, Gantsi North candidate Greg Losibe as well as former Mogoditshane Member of Parliament (MP) Patrick Masimolole.

However, sources tell this publication that Losibe appears to be dragging his heels even though he stands to benefit a lot since he was defeated with a wafer-thin margin.

Impeccable sources have also told Global Post that Kgang Kgang of Mogoditshane constituency and Oabile Regoeng of Molepolole North are also on the same bandwagon.

In Molepolole South, Kabo Morwaeng garnered 2693 votes against Monageng’s 1844 votes.

Masimolole was defeated by Tshepang Mabaila who won the race with 1227 votes while the former got 350 votes.

Others in the race were Mogogi Tshiamo who got 390 and Emmanuel Otisitswe who attained 80.

In Ghanzi North construction magnate, John Thiite defeated Losibe with 1593 votes while the latter attained 1572.

The BDP primaries trou

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