In an unexpected twist of events, Botswana’s former President Ian Khama and Local Business woman Bridget Motsepe-Radebe have been cleared of alleged coup allegations.
After a forensic report by a law firm Motsepe-Radebe and Ian Khama were cleared of any wrongdoing after they were accused of funding and masterminding a coup in neighbouring Botswana.
The report denounced claims by the Botswana government, that Khama had tried to fund a coup with 1.7 million Pula that was allegedly stolen by Ian Khama when he was still president of Botswana.
Ian Khama and Bridget Motsepe-Radebe have always maintained their innocence and said that it was just a plan to harm their reputation.
Motsepe-Radebe hired International Law firm Omnia Strategy, which distanced her of any involvement in money laundering.
Both Khama and Motsepe-Radebe have now vowed to sue the Botswana government while the company hired by the Botswana government AfriForum, vowed to continue pursuing Motsepe.