MP urges Botswana to erect an electric fence along border with Zimbabwe

Botswana’s member of parliament for Tati East near Zimbabwe, Samson Guma-Moyo has urged his country to consider erecting an electric fence along the two countries’ borders as a measure to prevent foot and mouth disease spreading across the two nations.

The construction of the electric fence has been suggested before and it strained relations between the two nations, which led to the shelving of the idea. At the time Zimbabwe argued the fence was meant to keep out its citizen in a Gaza-style barrier.

More: VOA

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MP urges Botswana to erect an electric fence along border with Zimbabwe