Saturday, September 23, 2023

Pseudo leaders are paralyzing and ruining opposition parties!

Attempts at challenging for state power by opposition parties in Botswana date back to the first general election 1965. Yet, to say that the performance of opposition parties at the polls was unconvincing is to put it mildly. Their performance was, for the most part, appalling and embarrassing.

In fact, they never really conducted themselves like opposition parties in a true sense as some of their leaders behaved like political nomads while others conducted themselves like fake pastors who prey on sexually attractive young girls in the church.

In effect, for the most part of Botswana’s competitions for state power, the opposition parties have participated as sure losers in that they have often dismally failed to inspire popular demand for change.

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