Barotseland resolved to leave the failed unitary system with Zambia in 2012 and those who pretend not to know this fact will do so at their own peril.
There is no message that Zambian politicians can bring to Barotseland apart from that which attempts to continue holding Barotseland within the failed state of Zambia.
The only message that the people of Barotseland can entertain is on the disengagement from Zambia and this does not require politicians to come and campaign in Barotseland.
Time when Zambian politicians used to come to cheat people in Barotseland that they would restore the Barotseland Agreement if elected in office is long gone, and any politician who tries to do this is disrespecting the 2012 Barotse National Council (BNC) resolutions.
Should the Zambians force their elections on Barotseland then Namuso should mobilize the people throughout Barotseland to stay away from the foreign elections because participating would send a message that we are still interested in being part of Zambia.
Sensitization of our people should start now at all levels while the Zambians are still mourning their President. This should not in any way be viewed as being disrespectful because Barotseland has nothing to do with Zambian internal matters but merely reacting to Zambia’s actions in Barotseland.
Meanwhile we wish to deliver our heartfelt condolences to our Zambian brothers and sisters on the loss of their president Michael Chilufya Sata who died in London on the 28th of October 2014.