A GROUP that was refused permission to hold a peaceful march in Katima Mulilo on April 13 to petition against the continued incarceration of the Caprivi secessionist suspects, said they will approach the Office of the Ombudsman for legal assistance to challenge the matter.

“It is our constitutional right to petition and assemble,” said one of the organisers of the planned march, Edwin Samati. “There was nothing untoward about the march; historical facts were given.”

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