MEC unveils economic blueprint
with two other villages, so I suspect the tank is not big enough for all the villages so that is why it is opened after two weeks,” Ms Mole said.
Mr Mochoboroane is widely credited with bringing electricity to many rural areas during his tenure as Energy Minister from 2015 until his re-assignment to the Small Business portfolio in 2016.
Mr Mochoboroane was the secretary general in deputy Prime Minister, Mothetjoa Metsing’s Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) party until the duo fell out over allegations that the former was undermining Mr Metsing’s position.
Mr Mochoboroane subsequently ditched the LCD to lead MEC in January this year.
One Ms ‘ Manthabiseng Pule from Sekubu village said although she had never been a member of a political party before, she had however “fallen in love with MEC and its manifesto”.
“It is my first time to attend a rally because what Ntate Mochoboroane says makes sense to me.
“He has promised to bring change to this district and given the chance, he will deliver,” Ms Pule said.
Her sentiments were shared Mr Khatebe Mohlalisi and Mr Lesole Posholi who said, “The man works hard and there is nothing that would stop him from delivering if he becomes Lesotho’s Prime Minister”.
MEC supporters listen to their leader during the rally held on Saturday.