Ex-veep Kunda refuses to answer oral questions from Mongu riots inquiry

Ex-veep Kunda refuses to answer oral questions from Mongu riots inquiry

Former vice-president George Kunda Thursday refused to answer oral questions form the commission of inquiry into the Mongu riots of January 14, 2011.

Kunda told the commissioners to their faces that they are biased.

The Commissioners led by Roger Chongwe wanted to find out from the former vice president George Kunda what role the former government played in the riots and why police used live bullets.

But Kunda told the commissioners to read the statement he presented to parliament on February, 25, 2011. He gave them a copy.

The former vice president then refused to respond to other questions referring to the statement he issued in parliament.

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