VARIOUS stakeholders were yesterday outraged over Local Government and Rural Development Minister Gary Nkombo’s action of forcing a Lusaka woman and her children to drink Kachasu. Human Rights Commission Chairperson Mudford Mwandenga said the action was at variance with the pronouncements by the President of his government’s commitment to respect the rule of law and protection of human rights. And Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) honorary secretary Sokwani Chilembo said Nkombo’s actions were not only illegal, but constituted a form of pre-emptive punishment against the woman in question, without subjecting…...

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