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Lesotho's Mothejoa Metsing has fled to SA

01 Sep 2017 | about 2 years ago

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Former Lesotho deputy prime minister Mothetjoa Metsing, confirms that he has fled to South Africa where he's reported to be seeking political asylum. On Thursday during our telephonic interview, he confirmed that he has fled the country after receiving death threats. Tensions have been building in Lesotho since the recent arrest of the former Defence minister, Tseliso Mokhosi, over the killing of a policeman in 2016.


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