A file picture dated 26 September 2013 shows Thomas Thabane, Prime Minister of Lesotho, speaking at the United Nations. Thabane has fled the country for the second time, claiming army harassment. EPA/STAN HONDA/POOL
JOHANNESBURG - Former Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane finds himself in exile once again.
He says he has left the mountain kingdom in fear of his life, after being ousted in an election brokered by South African Deputy President.
Concerned Lesotho citizens have told eNCA that the army has been harassing Thabane supporters in the country.
Watch the video above for a wide-ranging interview.