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Bakwena and Morwaeng clash over use of Neal Sechele’s name

Member of Parliament for Molepolole South, Kabo Morwaeng has irked some Bakwena tribesmen and the community by suddenly adopting the late chief, Neal Sechele, as his second names.

Although he campaigned as Kabo Morwaeng, his names have since appeared as Kabo Neal Sechele Morwaeng in the government papers.

The controversial change of names seems to have rubbed a certain section of the Bakwena community the wrong way to the extent that some feel that Morwaeng should be called to order.

The former Bakwena regent, Kgosikwena ...

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