Prof Mafa M Se­jana­mane

Lesotho Times - - Opinion & Analysis -

they will al­ways have weapons of war to thwart what­ever at­tempts made to make them ac­count for their ac­tions. This is why po­lit­i­cal thug­gery will es­ca­late in Le­sotho.

Satur­day morn­ing (07/05/2016) at 2.00 a.m. CAT, when me and my fam­ily were asleep they came, fired two shots and when we scram­bled for safety, they went on a ram­page throw­ing stones into my bed­room win­dows. When their mis­sion was com­plete, they left prob­a­bly through the same route they had fol­lowed through the fence which they had cut to cre­ate an en­try into the premises. They did not as much as talk or at­tempt to get into the house. They were ei­ther on an as­sas­si­na­tion or an in­tim­i­da­tion mis­sion. They did not suc­ceed in ei­ther, as this post in­di­cates.

For two-and-half hours, me and my fam­ily were in hid­ing and aware that the pup­pets who were de­stroy­ing my prop­erty would prob­a­bly stay long enough for one of us to try to check what was hap­pen­ing out­side, thus giv­ing them an op­por­tu­nity to kill and then be able to re­port to the pup­peteer that the mis­sion has been ac­com­plished. We were bet­ter ad­vised to hud­dle in a safe place. It is only af­ter light came that

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