Commonwealth of Nations Deputy Secretary General Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba and her delegation are currently in Zambia following a report by a consortium of civil society and opposition political parties detailing numerous human rights abuses by the current Zambian government. Such a thing has never happened in the history of Zambia.
In February 2013, the Zambian opposition and some civil society organisation made a submission to Commonwealth calling for the provisional suspension of the country from Commonwealth pending investigation accusing President Michael Sata of inciting ethnic violence, abusing law enforcement bodies to persecute opponents, and judicial interference.
A delegation from the Commonwealth secretariat was dispatched to Zambia on a fact finding mission. The findings of the first delegation has not been released. The Deputy Secretary General herself has come to Zambia and has gone round selected places and met some people in Zambia.
She is about to go back to UK as she and her delegation which includes lawyers are in Zambia only for three days.
So, in case you did not make it to intercontinental hotel or other places where some Zambians made submissions in person, leave your submission below: