Vice President Inonge Wina and two State house aides, Lucky Mulusa for projects implementation and Political aide Kaizer Zulu coordinated the mafia style of ‘stealing’ the Rodger Chongwe commission report of the 14th January 2011 Mongu riots from state house. Several people were killed at the instruction of then President Rupiah Banda and some ministers.
Soon after assuming office, late President Michael Sata appointed a commission of inquiry headed by prominent lawyer Dr. Rodger Chongwe to look into what led to the Mongu wanton killing and wounding of several Barotse activists. The report recommending for the restoration of the Barotse agreement and arrest of Rupiah, deputy speaker of the National Assembly Mkhondo Lungu, ex police Chief Francis Kabonde, commissioner of police Solomon Jere and other senior police officers was presented to Sata in 2012 but has never been made public.
Last week, a Watchdog source positioned at State house disclosed that the report had vanished from Lungu’s office without the President’s knowledge. The same source has disclosed that his findings confirm that Wina, Zulu and Mulusa engineered the disappearance of the 91 page report when Lungu was out of the country.
“I can confirm it is during one of the times madam Wina has acted as President when the document disappeared. This was coordinated by Kaizer Zulu and Lucky Mulusa in a mafia style because Mulusa wants RB saved while madam Wina knows that the report implicates her late husband Arthur and brother Sikota”, he said.
Yesterday information minister told ZNBC that there were a lot of moles who were leaking government documents while Mulusa has openly disclosed that his loyalty to Rupiah is unquestionable.
The Watchdog is determined to find a copy of the report and once obtained, we shall make it public.