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The newly sworn-in member of Senate should work hard together with other members of the house to attain peace, stability and reconciliation for Basotho.

The President of Senate, Prince Seeiso Bereng Seeiso said this during the swearing-in of Chief 'Mako Thato Paul Mohale as the Senator on Thursday.

Chief ‘Mako Thato Paul Mohale is the Principal Chief of Tajane and resumed his duties on 01 February 2017.

The President of the Senate welcomed the newly sworn-in chief back in the House, wishing him well in his new role as a Senator and urged him consider using Bible as his guideline that will enable him fulfil his role.

He further advised him to be determined to bring positive change in his area as well as fulfilling his promise to His Majesty King Letsie III and God.

When speaking, Chief ‘Mako Mohale promised to do his best to respond to the needs of Basotho and to present them well in the Senate. 

The inauguration session follows the High Court judgement on January 26 where Chief ‘Mako Thato Mohale was found to be the rightful and or lawful successor of his late father Chief Tlali Mohale and therefore entitled for Tajane chieftainship.

 The Chieftainship of Tajane had been in dispute which caused confusion among the community and litigants as they did not know who their legitimate Chief was.

Source: LENA 02/03/2017



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