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June 21, 2024
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REFORMS BE TOP PRIORITY – CITIZENS

Maseru, Oct.27 — Concerned citizens say that Reforms should be top priority.

This Ms. Tlalane Ntili on behalf of the citizens said during handing over of their letter to the National Assembly on Friday.

She said that no business should continue in the August House until Reforms process are completed.

They said that government should not be toppled without consent of Basotho.

They said that those seeking to be in power should first seek public’s permission. . .

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