Mokobaxane — Public servants who work in rural areas should be rewarded for his or her selfless dedication to service, says Vice President Slumber Tsogwane.
Mr Tsogwane, who was visiting flood hit villages in his Boteti constituency, mentioned rural based mostly public officers encountered challenges in an endeavour to ship providers.
Citing the latest floods in Boteti, the vp mentioned some officers needed to danger their well being and walked barefoot with none protecting clothes to rescue flood victims.
The vp expressed appreciation for the dedication and dedication demonstrated by the officers.
Emphasising that working in rural areas was a calling which wanted compassionate folks, he mentioned public servants based mostly within the countryside should transcend the decision of responsibility.
He mentioned authorities recognised the spirit of volunteerism and those that went over and above the decision of responsibility.
Mr Tsogwane mentioned to forestall flooding in future, the plan was to solicit funds for a storm water drainage venture.
He donated meals hampers to flood victims.
Briefing the vp, Boteti principal social welfare officer Mr Victor Thake said that there have been eight flood victims in Mokobaxane and 12 in Mopipi.
One other official, senior assistant council secretary Mr Milton Keitshokile, defined that equipment was used to empty water from folks’s yards with the assistance of Debswana.
Mr Keitshokile mentioned since floods have been turning into an everyday incidence, it was essential that social welfare officers be provided with protecting clothes.
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