Misrule undoing Lesotho’s progress
IN response to “Opposition youths defy cops” ( Lesotho Times, June 11, 2015), it’s interesting to see how African leaders seem to have the same pattern of governance and how they all end up the same way.
My only question regarding the happenings in our beloved Lesotho is how long the coalition government thinks this chaos is going to last.
They only have a five-year term of which it’s already questionable if they will be able to complete. Even if they do, what’s going to happen after that?
Are they expecting to be in power forever? Let’s watch and see how long it’s going to last.
The only sad thing about it is that, as a country trying to move forward, the continued instability is really pulling us back.
The next government will have to deal with this mess before they can start to do their own work, and in no time, their term would be over because of people who are only looking after their own interests.
It’s sad to see that this nation is regressing because of our leaders who are only protecting their interests and now about 45 000 Basotho risk losing employment because our rules have thumped their noses at our benefactors.