Lesotho celebrates Moshoeshoe’s Day to commemorate the death of the country’s founder on March 11, 1870.
Moshoeshoe is regarded both as a great diplomat and a great leader in Lesotho. He worked for the preservation of his country’s language, art, and culture through the documentation he made with European missionaries using the Sesotho language. Moshoeshoe’s Day is marked with activities conducted across all districts of the country. Various political and ceremonial speeches are held, mostly to encourage the public in the government’s drive in alleviating poverty that continuously haunt the country. Various activities are also held including the traditional wreath laying on monuments dedicated to Moshoeshoe I.
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