Association of Persons with Albinism (APAM) has bemoaned the delayed justice on cases of albino killings, abduction and exhumation of their remains.
This follows an assurance from the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs in 2017 that at least 40 cases will be resolved by January this year.
Chairperson for APAM, Overstone Kondowe said it is worrisome that the cases are still hanging in courts and no case has been resolved to date.
“We are worried with the pace that the Director of Public Prosecutions is taking to resolve these cases as no case has been resolved up to now,” Kondowe said.
He added that they will wait for government to resolve the piled cases until June before they involve another tribunal.