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MoET Staff Cleaning Along Police Training College

Posted by Letswalo M Community Manager on 21 May 2021 7:50 AM SAST
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Following the Right Honorable Prime Minister Dr.Moeketsi Majoro’s launching of a cleaning campaign that was aimed at ensuring that Lesotho is always tidy, various government Ministries and private companies ensured its effective implementation in Maseru.

The employees of the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) led by the Deputy Minister Honorable ‘Mamookhoo Phiri was assigned to clean from Police Training College (PTC) to the Institute of Extra Mural Studies (IEMS) whereby they carried out that mission with determination and selflessness.

Addressing MoET employees after completing the campaign, Honorable Phiri commended the staff for the job well done, showing that there were challenges encountered during the execution of the campaign which will be addressed by the relevant departments so that the next cleaning campaign by MoET would be successful.

She encouraged all to practice health and hygiene lifestyle to ensure that the launched campaign is a success and Basotho live in a tidy, beautiful country that the entire nation will be proud of.

Speaking at the same occasion, the Principal Secretary for Higher Education Dr John Oliphant indicated that it requires teamwork to keep Lesotho clean hence urged all to participate whole heartedly during the next undertaking.

Also present at the occasion were Principal Secretary for Basic Education Dr. Khama, Ministry’s senior management members, head of departments and ministry’s officers.

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