“The LDF command, mandated by the Lesotho government, has since embarked on the on-going reintegration process following the recent past security challenges Lesotho experienced. “The first phase was to conduct counselling for all who were affected by the deterioration in command and control that rocked LDF four years ago – and it’s an on-going process, that will be followed by the reintegration exercise in earnest,” read part of the statement.
May 24, 2018 2 min read
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MASERU - The Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) on Monday said there are no tensions simmering between the former mutiny suspects and their colleagues who tortured them during the political instability in 2015. This comes after recent media reports that “there are simmering tensions between certain groups in the LDF,” and that something needs to be done because the situation may soon get out of hand. However, in its statement, the LDF Public Affairs Office has labelled the reports as baseless. The statement also assured Basotho and the international community that there is no truth in the reports.