Some voters have expressed disappointment at the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) as their names are not appearing on the voters roll. They argue that they stand to lose their constitutional right of voting.
One such, is middle aged man, Obakeng Mathangwane who arrived at Gaborone Bonnington South Rainbow Secondary polling station only to learn that his name does not appear on the voters' roll.
The disappointed , but equally determined Mathangwane who is voting for the third time told this publication that he arrived at his polling station by 6:30 am, but
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