We have been detained illegally by the Zambian Government for Six Months Now - Boris, Nayoto and 'Skwiz' Write the UN

File: Barotseland Nationals are often arrested and dragged to Zambian Courts over Barotseland Statehood related charges. Nayoto Mwenda, Boris Muziba and Sikwibele Wasilota who were arrested on the 26th of January 2014 six months ago, and have been in Zambian jail since then on the charge and offense of ‘publishing of false news with intent to alarm and cause fear contrary to the laws of Zambia’ all because of publications related to the statehood of Barotseland the trio are alleged to have au...


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Zambia’s Justice Minister Kabimba Quizzed on The Barotseland Agreement 1964 in Parliament

File: Wynter Kabimba The Zambia Reports media web site has reported that Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba was yesterday pushed in the corner in the Zambian parliament as he sought to ward off a barrage of questions over the touchy subject of the Barotseland Agreement of 1964. Kabimba is reported to have initially taken a casually dismissive stance but later had to dig in deeper as the questions kept coming until he gave in some ground. Below are excerpts from the debate in parliament accordin...


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The Church of Barotseland, what happened to it? Will it be restored? - Opinion

The church of Barotseland had its origins in the work of the Paris Evangelical Mission (PEM) with its mainly French and Swiss missionaries whose mission had been in Lesotho for many years, and by the 1870s they saw possibilities in working north of the Zambezi with people who, because of the population shifts of the 19th century, were familiar with the Sotho language. After expeditions by the famous pioneer missionary Francois Coillard to Barotseland, a mission station was established abou...


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Barotse’s Peaceful Nature Wow a Zambian Political Observer amidst Continued Zambia Electioneering in Barotseland

As Zambian politicians continue electioneering in Barotseland for the coming Zambian by-elections in Mangango of Kaoma, a Zambian political observer who spoke on condition of anonymity expressed surprise that the people of Barotseland have allowed the Zambian political parties to continue conducting political activities on their soil even after declaring independence from Zambia. ‘You people are really peaceful. I am so surprised that you are allowing our (Zambian) political parties...


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Guy Scott - Zambia Vice President

Both the King and Ngambela of Barotseland have refused to meet Vice-president Guy Scott, according to the Zambianwatchdog online publication

Guy Scott was in Western province over the weekend on some unknown mission.

Scott told government newspapers that he was in Mongu on an unofficial visit and merely accompanied his wife Charlotte, who officiated at the women empowerment programmes at the invitation of the Ministry of Gender and Child Development.

“When I learnt that she was coming here, I took the opportunity and I want to spend time with the party, which we have not met since elections. I also want to talk to government officers about development,” he said.

But the Watchdog is reliably informed that the PF regime is worried at its rejection in Barotseland and Scott was sent to go and assess the situation.

Reports that the British High Commission was in Barotseland to see the situation for himself has further worried the regime which many say came to power through lies.

But Scott’s attempt to meet the Litunga was snubbed as the Litunga flatly refused to meet anyone connected to the PF government. Scott then tried to meet Ngambela Clement Sinyinda who did not even respond the request sent through provincial minister Obvious Mwaliteta.

Scott later told his party cadres that "Western Province" deserves a fair allocation of national resources in the 2013 national budget like any other region in Zambia.

Why he said this God knows because Scott is one of the people allocating resources in the budget and he was supposed to tell this to his friends in Lusaka.

Courtesy of Zambianwatchdog.com

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+1 #1 lilato 2012-10-23 09:09
I thought the PF government said the Litunga has no powers. Hahahahahaha they now have realised that he actually has. Please if you have ears hear and if you have eyes see, Barotseland is gone it is not part of Zambia. Never play around with LOZIS they are too smart for you.
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0 #2 Mwangelwa M-Lewanika 2012-10-24 15:53
Please note that the story in the Zambian Watch[censored] is totally false. The Right Honourable Ngambela and His Majesty the Litunga Imwiko II had accepted for the Zambian Vice Presidentpay coutesy call. That was the oppotune time to remind the Zambian Government that their government should cooperate in the implementation of the roadmap leading to Barotseland''s Independence.
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0 #3 muwana 2012-10-25 14:32
I read with disappointment that kabimba was received with jubilation in mongu. what a shame to all lozis.
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0 #4 ma nyengo 2012-10-25 15:40
if you ignore your husband in a marriage he will leave you and marry another woman. if you mistreat your wife, she will turn a surorise on you. you therefore dont keep a marraige you cant keep.
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+1 #5 Mwangelwa Lewanika 2012-11-01 08:53
Bo Muwana, do not believe the story that Kabimba was warly welcomed in Mongu. The activities where Kabimba performed were attended to mainly by the PF cadres and Security forces. At the stadium, pupils like their teachers were forced to attend. There was a memo encouraging the teachers to attend! Ask bo Sikwindi, the assistant SG, to tell you what the PF advance party did to that effect. The town, ie, business, did not come to a stand still. At night shops are always closed. Kabimba's police and GRZ vehicles just caused a lot of traffic jams.
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