such a message came while he was on his way home and they had to change course to avoid being ambushed. This was a well woven, albeit. I can already sense Ntate Sejanamane’s egotism when he states that the letter by Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi is one step towards the implementation of the recommendations.
Surely, Ntate Sejanamane is not trying to put a crown of glory on the head of President Nyusi, whose army is reported to have torched homes and barns of ordinary Mozambicans in January 2016 in his hunt for opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama, a move that has seen an influx of thousands of Mozambican refugees into neighbouring Malawi. And again, as Dr Likoti did, I will remind Ntate Sejanamane that Lesotho is a sovereign state that commands respect from the likes of President Nyusi.
The prof talks about “the tussle between SADC and the government of Lesotho”. Dear prof, there is no tussle between the two. What exists is an institution SADC, which tried to no avail to instil fear in our prime minister and his government.
On the issue of relieving the army commander Lieutenant-general Tlali Kamoli of his duties, Ntate Sejanamane, you are wasting your energy sir. If he is ever relieved, it would be on the present government’s terms and not yours nor the ABC’S.
You claim that SADC has directed the government to facilitate the return of all exiles and provide security for the exiled political leaders. Are you talking about your leader who, subsequent to agreeing to return home after a meeting with Ntate Mosisili, grotesquely claimed that the document was only minutes of what they talked about and not a commitment to return home?
Are you talking about Ntate Motsoahae who, after a lot of lamentation, was offered a government house and police protection which he had asked for, but now claims he