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Boko lectures ministers on priorities

NOT AMUSED: Boko

Member of Parliament for Mahalapye East, Yandani Boko gave Ministers a lecture on how they should prioritise issues in Parliament.

When given the opportunity to debate the, Change of Surname Bill, 2021 (NO. 8 OF 2021), Boko refused to confine himself to the bill but instead used the opportunity to lecture Ministers on how they should do their job.

He said that Ministers should understand what should be prioritised and what should come first in the current circumstances.

“We have lot of problems in this country that we should be bringing before this house instead of wasting time here d...

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