Thabane shuffles Principal Secretaries

Thabane shuffles Principal Secretaries

MASERU-PRIME Minister Thomas Thabane has reshuffled principal secretaries, just at a time when he is about to vacate office.
’Mabonyane Bohloko has been moved from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Ministry of Water Affairs while Pheko Lerotholi has been shifted to Foreign Affairs from Labour and Employment.

Also Bereng Makotoko has been shuffled from the National Security Service (NSS) to Cabinet.
Emmanuel Lesoma has been moved from the Ministry of Energy to Labour and Employment.

Tankiso Phapano has been reshuffled to the NSS from the Cabinet and Kabelo Lehora from Cabinet to Defence.
No reasons were given for the changes.

The decision to reshuffle PS’ comes at a time when Thabane is under tremendous pressure to resign after the dramatic collapse of his coalition government on Monday.

Although he had pushed for a July 31 exit, Thabane is now expected to step down anytime from now and May 22.
Former Finance Minister Moeketsi Majoro is expected to take up the mantle when parliament convenes next Friday.

Majoro’s All Basotho Convention (ABC) party has cobbled a new coalition deal with the Democratic Congress (DC). The deal is backed by eight other smaller parties.

Staff Reporter

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