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Friday 30 January 2015 | 04:30 PM    

Inside Project Khama – How US planned to use Khama for their political agenda

by Sunday Standard Reporter


A personal profile of President Khama, put together by the United States government portrays the President of Botswana as an Oreo sandwich biscuit – black outside and white inside - and an atheist who fears the church and steers clear of discussing spiritual issues. Khama’s...


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