April 23, 2024


1 min read

Moleleki refutes defection rumours

Moleleki refutes defection rumours

Former AD leader, Monyane Moleleki

Story highlights

    The former Deputy Prime Minister affirms loyalty to AD
    Veteran politician says as a PR member, crossing over to another party is not permissible

Metro Audio Articles

Catch our weekly audio news daily only on Metro Radio Podcast News.

listen now

FORMER Alliance of Democrats (AD) leader, Monyane Moleleki, has denied rumours that he is planning to leave his party for the government's leading party, the Revolution for Prosperity (RFP).

Speaking firmly to the press last week in Maseru, the former Deputy Prime Minister explained that he remains a committed member of the AD and has no intention of defecting.

"I am Monyane Moleleki from Machache, and I am not crazy," he stated, dismissing the idea that he would abandon his party.

Enjoy our daily newsletter from today

Access exclusive newsletters, along with previews of new media releases.

He further explained that his position as a member of the National Assembly through the proportional representation (PR) seat allocation system legally binds him to his party.

"As a PR member, crossing over to another party is not permissible," he said, highlighting a significant barrier to any potential party switch.- LeNA

Share the story