Minister hands over blankets
ALLIANCE of Democrats legislator for the Matlakeng #11 constituency in the Leribe district, Mahali Phamotse, recently handed over 300 blankets to elderly and disadvantaged people in the community.
Dr Phamotse who is also the Justice and Correctional Services Minister said the handover was completely apolitical and done as a “token of appreciation and love” for all the elderly people in the constituency.
She said this was her second donation and she would continue to donate until everyone in the constituency had a blanket.
“The blankets are given to the mature people from the age of 65 upwards and it is my obligation to see to it that each person within that age group in this community is well taken care of,” Dr Phamotse said.
She further called on community members to attend AD victory celebrations on 9 December this year, adding they should wear the regalia of their different political parties as a way of promoting unity within the constituency across the political divide.
The AD is led by Deputy Prime Minister, Monyane Moleleki. It is one of four parties along with Prime Minister, Thomas Thabane’s All Basotho Convention, the Basotho National Party and the Reformed Congress of Lesotho in the current coalition government that came to power in the aftermath of the 3 June 2017 snap elections.
They replaced the former seven parties’ regime that was led by Democratic Congress leader, Pakalitha Mosisili.
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