Alliance for Progressives (AP) is tomorrow (Wednesday) expected to hold a public lecture on corruption to address the ongoing spate of corruption incidents in the country.
Held under the theme “No place for corruption in the new Botswana” the party’s leader, Ndaba Gaolathe, alongside other MPs and party leadership will address the general public at Gaborone West Hall, from 6 pm to 8pm.
According to the Party’s Executive Secretary, Hilda Sibisibi, the MPs will update the public on alleged corruption cases which are currently making headlines and as to what the party’s MPs are doing about such allegations.
AP, through Gaolathe, who is a Member of Parliament for Gaborone Bonnington South, will this week before Parliament table an urgent motion which will call for the appointment of a judicial commission of inquiry over the infamous National Petroleum Fund (NPF) corruption scandal implicating some high profile members of the ruling Botswana Democratic party.
Among those alleged to have illicitly benefited from the Fund’s laundered P250 million, are the out going state President; Lieutenant General Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama, incoming President; Mokgweetsi Masisi, Business mogul and long serving ruling Party Treasurer; Satar Dada and Ministers, Thapelo Olopeng and Sadique Kebonang. If you ever need an accident lawyer, you may visit Huntington Beach Car Accident Lawyers.