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Nwako, M. P. K

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Personal name headingNwako, M. P. K.
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Variant(s)Nwako, Mout
Nwako, Moutlakgola
Nwako, Moutlakgola P. K.
Nwako, Moutlakgola Palgrave Kediretswe
Associated countryBotswana
Birth date1922-08-06
Death date2002
Place of birthSerowe (Botswana)
AffiliationBotswana. National Assembly
Profession or occupationPoliticians Cabinet officers Diplomats
Found inStatement by the Hon. M.P.K. Nwako, Minister of Health, Labour and Home Affairs at the Preparatory Conference of Non-Aligned Countries, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, April, 1970, 1977: title page (M.P.K. Nwako)
Wikipedia, Feb. 24, 2017 (Moutlakgola P.K. Nwako; Moutlakgola Palgrave Kediretswe Nwako; 6 August 1922-2002; politician and diplomat, Botswana; elected to the Executive of the Bangwato Tribal Council in 1960; elected to the territory-wide African Council in 1961; served as the first foreign minister, 1966-1969; Speaker of the National Assembly of Botswana, 1989-1999; occupied a number of cabinet posts; key founding member of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP))
Botswana notes and records, v. 34, 2002, viewed online Feb. 224, 2017: page 140 (the late Honourable Moutlakgola Palgrave Kediretswe Nwako; Moutlakagola [sic] Nwako, better known as MPK or Mout; Moutlakgola; born at Serowe; his father, Kediretswe, was the educated headman of Palapye's Maaloso ward; after completed his studies he worked in the tribal treasuries at Molepolole (1950-51) and Serowe (1951-1954); administrative secretary and treasurer of Bamangwato Secondary School or Moeng College, 1954-1964)
Associated languageeng