The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) says government’s silence on the findings of the Rodger Chongwe led commission of inquiry on the Barotseland agreement of 1964 is a source of concern to the citizenry.
FODEP Executive Director McDonald Chipenzi says government has the moral obligation to get back to the citizenry and reveal the findings of the commission of inquiry.
Mr. Chipenzi notes that it is significant for government to get back to the Zambian people and explain where it has challenges in implementing the findings.
He says the silence and total disregard of the people’s feelings on the findings of the Commission of Inquiry is disappointing.
Mr. Chipenzi says it is unfortunate that all the findings of Commissions of inquiry have remained a mystery.
But when contacted for a comment Justice Minister Winter Kabimba told Qfm News that those calling on government to make public the findings of the Rodger Chongwe led commission of inquiry should write to him instead of doing so through the media.