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‘Feel free to go to court!’Mogae tells Opposition


Although he believes last week’s general elections were ‘free and fair’, former President, Festus Mogae has encouraged those who feel otherwise to take their grievances to the courts of law.

In a brief interview with The Voice this week, when askedfor his views on a potential court battle between opposition parties and the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), Mogae responded, “Any contender from the just ended elections, who feels they have a strong enough case to contest the results, should be free to approach the courts.”

The country’s third President, who ruled from 1998 to 2008, ...

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