Unveiled on the occasion of Botswana’s 20th anniversary of independence in 1986, this striking bronze statue now faces the National Assembly , having recently been turned 180 degrees from its previous position where it overlooked the Main Mall.The statue was sculpted by the British artist Norman Pearce, and cast in Britain , then flown to Botswanna for its unveiling.Sir Seretse Khama was the founding father and first president of Botswana, who led his Botswana Democratic Party to election victory in 1965 to establish a unified , democratic, multi- party, multi-racial society.
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