A young man (names known to this publication) who practices with Former President Lieutenant General Dr. Seretse Khama Ian Khama’s football team Super Eleven who was kidnapped while leaving his house in block 10 Gaborone on December 30th 2019 and held in captivity and solitary confinement for three days have decided to take the matter to court after suffering harassment from the DIS for his association with Khama.
Narrating his harrowing ordeal, the young man said two cars stopped him as he left his house, he was confronted by armed men, blindfolded and taken away to a location where he was kept for three days and two nights while being interrogated and questioned on his support for the former president and his association with Khama.
A gun was placed on his forehead several times, his children’s names and close family members names spelt out to him and were told he will never be released or see his family again until he told the agents information they wanted about Khama. He refused and was then locked inside a dark room, the following day, the agents arrived and offered him money if he agreed to spy on Former President Khama.
He says he refused to cooperate and was threatened with death together with death threats for his family members whom the agents named, he was then again locked in the same room for another night and only released this morning by being thrown out of a slow-moving car in the streets next to his house in block 10 at around 4 am January 1st 2020.
The distraught young man then opened a case with the police in Gaborone and a team of lawyers who have decided to take the matter to court as they consider hos life to be in danger.