The Transformation Resource Centre as one of the IEC partners in elections has been part of the launch of voter education campaign that was held at Maseru Club on the 21st April. The mission of the campaign was to achieve at least 85% turnout at the voting stations for the upcoming snap elections.
The celebration of style with a walk from the IEC offices at MGC park to Maseru club was embraced by the presence of the IEC Commissioner ‘Mamosebi Phoolo who indicated that on the 2015 elections, only 46% of the Basotho nation has participated in voting which she emphasized as a very little number compared to the number of people eligible of voting.
She further re-affirmed that this Voter Education campaign is introduced to enlighten the nation on the right it possesses, being, for the people to elect their own leaders whom they may have trust in for the development of their own country. The blissful launch of style was entertained with different activities such as songs, poems and arts.