Zambia: Medical concern: Inyambo Yeta
Chief Ynyambo is a leading opposition figure and Vice-President of Zambia's United National Party (UNIP). He has been imprisoned since early June 1996 and fear has been expressed for his health by independent observers who recently visited him in Lusaka Central Prison where he is held. Amnesty International is currently investigating his case and those of others arrested with him as possible prisoners of conscience.
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