Botswana: Contract Signed Without Board Resolution

Gaborone — Former board secretary and legal advisor at Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund (BPOPF), Mr Musa Nleya has refuted the defence attorney’s submission that he is party to the team that is purported to have violated a court order by signing a contract with Capital Management Botswana (CMB).

Giving evidence in chief before Judge Mokwadi Gabanagae of the Gaborone High Court on Tuesday, Mr Nleya said the signing of an investment contract by the then BPOPF board of trustees’ chairperson,…

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