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Ex- Botswana President Ian Khama Supports Opposition Candidate Against His Successor and Party

After serving as President under the BDP for 10 Years, Ian Khama says he will support the opposition in the next elections.

Ex- Botswana President Ian Khama Supports Opposition Candidate Against His Successor and Party
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