PM’S dismissals discriminatory
IN response to “Mosito back in court for tax evasion” ( Lesotho Times, November 5 2015), the last time Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili governed this country with a sense of humanity was the time when he was still with Ntate Thomas Thabane.
From 2007 onwards, he has been fumbling to a point where I wonder he knows what he is doing.
I don’t mind Dr Mosisili writing a “show cause” letter to Court of Appeal president, Justice Kananelo Mosito querying why he should not be impeached because of the tax evasion accusation.
However, I mind when Dr Mosisili does not write a show cause letter to Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) commander, Lieutenant-general Tlali Kamoli, querying why he should not be fired for perpetrating what was tantamount to a coup last year, torturing army officers before they had their day in court, obstructing justice by refusing to hand over suspects in the simultaneous bombing of the homes of former police com- missioner Khothatso Tšooana, and Liabiloe Ramoholi in Abia and Moshoeshoe II respectively. In the case of Lt Gen Kamoli, the list is endless.
I also mind when he cannot write a show cause letter to Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing querying why he should not be relieved of his duties because of the corruption charges he is facing.
I mind when he cannot write a show cause letter to Police Minister Monyane Moleleki querying why he should not be fired for the corruption charges he is facing.
I mind when he cannot write a show cause letter to Defence and National Security Minister, Tšeliso Mokhosi for authorising an operation that resulted in the death of former LDF commander Maaparankoe Mahao.
The list of the show cause letters that Ntate Mosisili should write is endless. I mind when his show cause letters are selective and discriminatory and every Mosotho in his or her right mind should also mind.