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Moleleki calls on for unity

Sept. 9, 2019 1 min read

MASERU - Leader of Alliance of Democrats (AD), Monyane Moleleki says Lesotho needs stability and should move past the short-spanned governance as it has become economically stagnated making it a laughing stock of other nations.

This Mr Moleleki said yesterday in Rothe where five constituencies of Rothe, Maama, Qeme, Koro-Koro and Matsieng held a joined party rally to strengthen their relations following the longstanding squabbles among them. The AD Leader appealed for party members to unite and welcomed new members into their fold. 

He urged them to delegate representatives from the party in the seven thematic areas of the reforms process. He said with Parliament due to resume and ready to enact the National Reforms Authority Bill, 2019, they needed to gear-up for the process to ensure that the bill benefited every Mosotho in terms of development and indiscriminate of political affiliation.

 


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Speaking at the same rally, AD Women’s League (ADWL) president, ’Manthabiseng Phohleli said their job as women in the league was to ensure that the party became popular in Lesotho. 

Mrs Phohleli said they had thus embarked on training women countrywide to face challenges head-on, adding that such training programmes had already taken place in Leribe, Quthing, and Butha-Buthe with Mafeteng expected to follow soon afterwards. 

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