Send your best wishes

Send your best wishes

MASERU – ROYAL Archives and Museum (RAM) board members say they are planning to give Basotho an opportunity to participate in King Letsie III’s birthday.
Members said they will allow Basotho to write birthday wishes to the king through special books and Short Message Service (SMS).
Chairperson of the board, Tefetso Mothibe, said people will write their messages in books that will be placed in different stores in Maseru.
The books will be available at Pioneer Mall, NRH mall, Jet stores (Carlton Centre), Captain Doregos (Cathedral area) and Econo Foods, near Lesotho High school.
Mothibe said the books will be available from the 15th till the 19th this month. He said in the shops, people will be guided by attendants.

“The King and his wife will read the messages in the books and then store the book in the Royal Archives,” he said.
Mothibe said people who will choose to send message through mobile phone should do it through 32021. He said each SMS will cost M2.00 and the SMS line has been opened till the end of this month.
Mothibe said by participating, 20 people stand a chance to win  a M300 hamper courtesy of Econo Foods.  He said 15 people will be selected from the books section while five will be among those using the SMS service.
RAM Assistance Manager ’Maneo Ralebitso said they are considering Maseru as the pilot district before rolling it to other districts in future.

’Makhotso Rakotsoane


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