As the church’s “No Homosexuality Bill Campaign” reached all Botswana’s 57 electoral constituencies last week and secured an undisclosed of signitures, local opposition political parties were giving the hot-button issue a wide berth.
The Church’s campaign office confirmed on Thursday that “to date, all 57 constituencies have been reached and submissions have been acknowledged from 55 constituencies.
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