The United Nations is the best institution to bring the controversial Gukurahundi issue to its ultimate goal.
Mzila Ndlovu, former MDC parliamentarian and head of the national healing body in the national union organization, told the delegation at a meeting in Luton, 46 km north of London, that the UN is best suited for raising the issue. In definition.
The meeting was coordinated by the Mthwakazi (Matabeleland) human rights movement in 1893. "We have abandoned any belief in the government's National Peace Reconciliation Commission (NPRC), who said that on August 1, when the Violence Investigation Committee arrived at Brawley, he died.
"The NPRC is stepping into the Gukurahundi issue, and the government is not committed to finding a solution to Gukurahundi, the UN should delegate a criminal investigation, which is a monumental task that can not be left in the hands of the government."
Ndlovu said last week's meeting was successful, with Malaysian citizens and British citizens attending, including Sut Lankan, Luton Member of Parliament and Kelvin Hopkins. Daily News