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MINISTER MMUSI INSPIRES STAFF TO HARD WORK

 

The Minister for Defence, Justice and Security, Hon. Kagiso Thomas Mmusi met his ministry staff today. In his salutation, the minister implored his staff members to work hard thereby ensuring that the ministry mandate is realized. He further on urged staff members to work together, with dignity and to all Batswana. “Let us work together and feed all Batswana”, said Mmusi.

Minister Mmusi assured his staff members that he is ready to work hard for the nation and will work do his level best for a better Botswana.

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