Is Lesotho's Outgoing PM Agitating for a Coup?
Recent statements by outgoing Deputy Prime Minister, Mothetjoa Metsing, on the military and alleged fraud in the June 2017 elections are tantamount to incitement to stage either a rebellion or a coup, writes Mafa Sejanamane in the Lesotho Times.
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