President Dr. Mokgweetsi Masisi has urged the electorates to vote for Botswana Democratic Party parliamentary candidate for Tati West, Mr. Simon Moabi and council candidates in the 2019 general elections. President Masisi said this during the launch of Tati West parliamentary candidate in Masunga today.

He described Moabi as a loyal and trustworthy servant who should be voted to parliament. He said Moabi is an intellectual and a hardworker. The BDP Manifesto promises to introduce the teaching of various indigenous languages in classrooms and at university to ensure that learners cultures and languages are developed and promoted. President Masisi said Moabi came with a submission that different languages should be taught in schools and people of his caliber cannot be overlooked hence he plead with voters to make the right choice.

He said basing on the plans and pledges in the BDP manifesto that they are going to implement, BDP is the best party to rule Botswana. He said his government want a transformed economy that is able to create jobs for the unemployed graduates. He also said the BDP pledges to improve education and training system that will transform our resource based economy to knowledge based economy. The above are priority issues that will be included in the NDP 11 Mid Term Review plan.

The President encouraged the party members to unite and move the party forward. He advised the electorates to learn to forgive those who have wronged them and to stay focused and not be derailed by challenges they encounter.

He encouraged Moabi and the council candidates to be the servants of the people and take part in village activities. He said they should respect electorates and take their advice.President Masisi advised the candidates not to be engaged in corrupt practices as the party will take proper action against the perpetrators.

In his remarks Moabi thanked the former members of parliament for Tati West for developments in their area. He requested the electorates to vote for him as he is aware of their concerns such as roads, water and unemployment. He also requested the elders to guide and empower him and his team.

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