Saturday, June 15, 2024

Looking at the failed Khamarization of the military

After reading Hon Kagiso Mmusi’s response to the utterances made by Former President Ian Khama, I am prompted to buttress on a few items that the Minister of Defence has raised in his response. His write-up is closest to the truth, but the fact of the matter is; what he has mentioned about Khama is just but a tip of a large iceberg.

Mmusi accuses Khama of grand corruption from the time when he was commander at BDF and beyond. These are some of the reasons I recommend a judicial commission of enquiry in order to fully unearth all these corruption deeds. A lot has happened and the nation will be perplexed the day they come to know about these things, many of which are pointing toward the Gammangwato royalty.

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