Sunday, February 28, 2021

Investigators using satellite imaging to show last moments of Motswaledi

Umbrella for Democratic Change President Duma Boko revealed that investigations into the cause of Gomolemo Motswaledi’s death are at a stage whereby satellite imaging will show people who were present during Motswaledi’s accident.

Updating the press on Investigations into Motswaledi’s death, Boko said investigations were complex, and can thus not ┬ádetermine or put a date to say around what time and date the investigations will be completed.

“Investigations into the cause of Motswaledi’s death involve different expertise. We have what we call satellite imaging whereby you take the image of the area where the incident occurred at that particular day and time and even to show who were present around the area on that day and what exactly might have happened that claimed Motswaledi’s life.”

“This is where we are and this can be done through embassies and countries. The reason why we decided not to publicly give updates on the investigations into Motswaledi’s death is because we do not want those who may for any reasons want to interfere with the investigations not to easily do so.”

UDC President said sometimes it is very important that investigations are kept secret so that fair results or outcomes are obtained.

He urged the public to remain patient as the investigations involve expertise and are not done by him as the President nor the members of the UDC.

“These investigations involve expertise; they are not done by me or the members of the UDC. After all the questions are answered by these experts that is when the investigations are complete and we will as the UDC┬á share the outcome of our investigations publicly.”

The July 30 death of the 44-year-old Motswaledi was described by Botswana Police as just a road accident.
Ever since his passing his Political Party the Umbrella for Democratic led by Boko opened investigations into the cause of his death to establish what might have taken his life.

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