Human rights defenders have called on government to act on recommendations contained in a Police report into the mysterious death of Robert Chasowa.
The call has been made after Police reported in the media they have completed investigations on the matter and a report has been submitted to the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
Chasowa, a former Polytechnic student, was found dead in a pool of blood at the College’s campus in 2011.
Speaking to Newsline, one of the human rights activists Billy Banda said government must ensure justice prevails.
Banda added that for the fact that the probe into the murder case has dragged for so long, justice has been delayed.
He said swift action on the recommendations would help bring closure to family members of the slain student.