Afumba Mombotwa and the co-accused currently in Zambia's state prison of Mwembeshi, to appear at Mumbwa magistrate court on Monday 26th January 2015

24 January 2015
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Hon. Afumba & Others in Jail

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

TO ALL CONCERNED CITIZENS OF BAROTSELAND

Be informed that the incarcerated Barotseland transitional government leaders , Rt. Hon. Afumba Mombotwa and the co-accused, who are currently held at Zambia's state prison of Mwembeshi, will appear for mention at Mumbwa magistrate court on Monday 26th January 2015.

At the last court appearance on 6th January, 2015, the case could not proceed awaiting instructions from the Director of Public Prosecution -DPP. It is our prayer that the instruction has been issued by now.

We call upon all citizens of Barotseland and sympathizers to give solidarity support to these gallant men by attending the court proceeding on Monday 26th January 2015.

Meanwhile, you are encouraged to sign the petition for their unconditional release by including your name and signature and send it to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The petition can be found here: http://barotsepost.com/images/petition_hon_afumba_release.pdf

GOD BLESS AND SEE YOU AT MUMBWA MAGISTRATE COURT AS BAROTSELAND INDEPENDENCE IS ALL WE NEED

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