Wrestling Botswana Back from Khama by Rev Bishop Enole Ditsheko
In this 440-page account titled Wrestling Botswana Back from Khama, we see an epic story of two Botswana sons standing on the opposite ends of the political spectrum. One is determined by persevering through the threat of annihilation to auction the only land for which the people in their national anthem – Fatshe leno la Rona – proudly pour out joyful gratitude as a resource gifted to them from God. On the other hand, a devout son commits to redeeming this prized inheritance preserved and passed down by forebears for posterity by launching a vigorous crusade against foreign capitalist encroachment. This tale is a rendition of life through the eyes of citizens who straddled these eras, as well as the reflections of reality captured by the press both in words and pictures. Readers of Wrestling Botswana Back from Khama should be provoked at the end of the story to reclaim what has been preordained and bestowed upon them to cherish.
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