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B-FAR Calls for an End to the Khama vs. Masisi Feud


There is a powerful African proverb that says, “When elephants fight, the grass gets trampled.”

The proverb fittingly describes the unfortunate situation in Botswana were acrimonious differences between former President Ian Khama and his successor President Mokgweetsi Masisi have boiled over and threaten the country’s social and political stability.

True to the African proverb,   when powerful forces go to war, it is their people, the innocent ones who never asked for the conflict in the first place who get caught and are hurt and killed in the crossfire.

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