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Pay back Seretse’s P82 million

Judge orders state to return Seretse’s money

RELIEVED: Bakang Seretse

Lobatse High Court judge, Gaolape Ketlogetswe on Wednesday ruled in businessman, Bakang Seretse's favour in the ongoing P250 million National Petroleum Fund Scandal.

Ketlogetswe ordered the state to pay back Seretse over P82 million within 24 hours, after he described the DPP's actions as illegal.

"The conclusion I have come to is that the continued detention of the applicant's properties after the expiry of 28 days, and before the application for civil forfeiture and civil penalty orders was filed by the second respondent (DPP) was and continues to be an act of illegality, " reads the j...

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