Principal Secretaries reshuffled

Principal Secretaries reshuffled

Staff Reporter

MASERU

PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili reshuffled principal secretaries yesterday.

This is the second reshuffle since January when he moved Majakathata Mokoena Thakhisi from the Ministry of Justice to Trade and shifting ’Mapulumo Mosisili from Trade to Justice.

Also during the same reshuffle Makalo Theko was moved from the Ministry of Agriculture to Prime Minister’s Office.

Now, yesterday the office of the Government Secretary Lebohang Ramohlanka announced that the principal secretaries were reshuffled with immediate effect.

The reshuffled are ’Mamakhaola Qhobela, who was the principal secretary for the Ministry of Police whom Mosisili has transferred to the Ministry of Social Development.

Another reallocated principal secretary is  ’Malerato Khoeli, from the Ministry of Public Works and has been transferred to the Ministry of Sports.

Khoeli has been substituted by Thakhisi who is from Trade.

’Mapalesa Rapapa, who was the principal secretary for the Ministry of Finance, has been transferred to the Ministry of Police.

Ramohlanka’s office has requested the public to adhere to the changes made by the government.

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