Khama donates to Mmea

| September 21, 2015

President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama has donated blankets, Bibles, football kits and balls and solar lamps to the elderly and orphans in Mmea on Saturday September 19.

Kgosi Polson Keitlhaganetse was also given a camp chair while children were given sweets and refreshments.

President Khama also promised Mmea Primary School P10 000 for their good performance and scooping three awards at the excellence awards in Letlhakane recently.

He said P5 000 would go to the school, P3 000 to the school head and P2 000 to the best Standard Seven teacher. In his welcome remarks, Kgosi Keitlhaganetse informed the President about the school’s excellent performance in the 2014 examinations.

He said the awards were for the best performing school in the 2014 primary school leaving examinations.

One teacher at the school also won an award for being the best Standard Seven teacher while the school emerged the best improved school from the 25 primary schools in the Boteti Sub-district.

Kgosi Keitlhaganetse thanked President Khama for going around the country meeting people and giving them gifts, saying the country was blessed to have him as President.

He also hailed the Ipelegeng programme, saying it has increased the number of employed residents from 70 to 165, and that it continues to change people’s lives.

The manager of New Stars football club, Malebogo Ntsima expressed gratitude to the President for the football kit, adding that they would stop borrowing kits of other clubs. She, however, lamented that they do not have socks and soccer boots. One of the beneficiaries, Bonolo Moshe, a 16-years-old orphaned boy, received a blanket.

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