Tyrese hits out at John­son

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TG Moleli

it’s with a heart­felt hu­mil­ity that i re­mem­ber the founder of Ba­sotho nation; a great war­rior-he de­feated tribes and their al­lies Who in­tended to at­tack and in­vade his coun­try; a skil­ful fel­low who strate­gi­cally planned his bat­tles and used sev­eral meth­ods to over­come the em­per­ors in their at­tacks; a kind gen­er­ous fa­ther - in­stead of re­tal­i­a­tion, He of­fered his en­e­mies pieces of land to build houses and erect home­steads, to raise chil­dren into men women and val­our. Over his vic­tory he court and in­vited mis­sion­ar­ies and in 1833 they ar­rived in Le­sotho -who estab­lished schools and churches, ex­tended ed­u­ca­tion and preach­ing for god’s words to Ba­sotho nation. He played an im­por­tant role by seek­ing pro­tec­tion Of Eng­land from Queen El­iz­a­beth2. as refuge from sev­eral at­tacks made by di­verse tribes eg: the Bat­lakoa, Mate­bele, the Dutch, com­ing from the Cape of good Hope and the list goes on. Le­sotho is Le­sotho be­cause of this great and honourable king Moshoeshoe i, The un­stop­pable war­rior whose wis­dom still lingers in our mind as the Ba­sotho. We honour him an­nu­ally every 11th day of March Through the re­mem­brance of his un­timely death in 1870.

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