The Vice President Visits Kamogelong Orphanage and center for the Vulnerable Children
On Friday 27th March 2015 the Vice President of Botswana, Honourable Mr Mokgwetsi Masisi and some other government officials graced the Kamogelong Orphanage and center for the vulnerable children. The name of the center means to welcome, that is, it welcomes every one.
The Vice and his team together with the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church, Bishop Valentine Tsamma Seane had time to do among other things, the harvesting of the vegetables that were planted by the children and handed the same to the children as a way of saying, the time is ripe let us eat and be healthy, they also planted some fruit trees and painted the children’s playground. What an exciting moment to see our leaders concerned for the less fortunate. This is part of the President’s appeal for government officials to spend some time in helping the society. It is now their 39th project since they started working hand in hand with the community at large.
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