Media Editor, Barotseland Post

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The Royal Barotseland Government (RBG) also known as the Barotseland Transitional Government (BTG) has advised Barotse citizens, especially the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) to stop fraternizing with the Zambian government for Barotseland’s total self-determination to be realized.

Responding to a media query, the BTG said it was now clear that the Zambian government had lost all its legal rights over Barotseland after they unilaterally abrogated the 1964 Barotseland Agreement through their 1969-1970 constitutional changes.

“It was actually that agreement which gave them such rights, but now that Barotseland had already accepted its abrogation, there no longer exists any national-state relationship between the two territories other than social and geographical neighborliness, and a mere conditioning of the minds!” read their response in part.

The Zambian Watchdog has featured the below article to remind its readers what the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) once said about the Barotseland Agreement of 1964.

The Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) is a professional corporate body established in 1973 by the Law Association of Zambia Act, Chapter 31 of the Laws of Zambia. Its predecessor was the Law Society of Zambia which was established by the Law Society of Zambia (Private) Act Chapter 47 of the repealed Edition of the Laws of Zambia.

The association represents the legal profession in Zambia and currently has a membership of more than 1,000 legal practitioners and advises the Zambian government and public on legal matters.

From this legal expose’ it will be clearly deduced that the current ongoing aspirations of the people of Barotseland are very legitimate! Therefore, the Zambian state is well advised to heed sound legal admonition before the Barotseland debacle escalates into civil war!

 

The Barotse National Freedom Alliance (BNFA) has opposed the proposal that first Republican President Kenneth Kaunda helps to resolve the issue of the Barotseland Agreement of 1964.

BNFA first trustee William Harrington says it is unfair for anyone to expect that Dr. Kaunda can help to resolve the impasse over the Barotseland.

 

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The Limulunga BRE clique, working with their cohorts, Mutungulu Wanga and Nyambe Namushi, have requested the Zambian government to finance a working cash budget of K815, 900.00, in addition to other logistics like vehicles, fully equipped secretariat and legal services, to allegedly mobilize and put up the purported dialogue with the Zambian government over the defunct Barotseland Agreement 1964.

And BRE's Ngambela Nyambe Mwenda has praised the Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu for his willingness to resolve the Barotseland impasse once and for all, but has appealed to the president and his government to quickly help the royal establishment with the cash and logistics requested so that they could immediately organize the dialogue before the Barotse ‘overpowered’ them with opposition.

 

The people of Barotseland will be shocked to discover that the so-called BRE/GRZ dialogue on Barotseland Agreement 1964 (BA’64) will, in fact, be used to completely wipe out both the 1964 agreement, which gives the region semi-autonomy and the 2012 Barotse National Council (BNC) resolutions for Barotseland independence.

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The Barotseland Post, also known as The Barotsepost, is an online media platform, for now, that is dedicated to reporting stories and news around Barotseland and beyond, giving exclusive coverage and access to the people and the nation of Barotseland to fully express themselves in their aspirations for self- determination.