Botswana President To Go Into Another Quarantine After Spending Day With Mnangagwa
19 May 2020
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Own Correspondent|President Eric Masisi left Gaborone on Tuesday for Harare where he attended a meeting of the Southern African Development Community, SADC.

His spokesperson confirmed that extraordinary circumstances had forced him to travel as the incoming chairperson of SADC’s political, defense and security cooperation arm.

“IT, security and defense experts have advised the president that meeting should be face to face in light of sensitivity of issues discussed,” Bathelefi Leagang said.

According to a Botswana Government Twitter post, the president and his entourage shall be subjected to 14-day quarantine as soon as they land in the country.

It will be his third consecutive quarantine.

The first after he attended investiture in Namibia in March and later in April after a healthworker in parliament tested positive on a day he was in attendance.