This happens as Botswana Democratic Party BDP — co-founded by Khama 58 years ago and at the helm of the Botswana government for 53 years — hangs in the balance amid the strong political opposition it faces. Khama was, however, not happy that his brother remained with BDP and has publicly expressed his desire to have him join BPF as well. This is the same area under his rule where he went months ago and announced that he was leaving BDP before the community members vowed to follow him with some literally throwing away their BDP membership cards. After getting the community to support him, Khama has now been rallying for their support to get his brother to join him. We hope we do not reach that point and he is still not with us but the last thing we want is to divide the royal family. While those who want him with BPF have only four days, posters were already out announcing that Tshekedi will be launched as a BDP member of parliament candidate for Serowe West this coming Saturday.