All the seven districts in Western province have endorsed a breakaway of the region from Zambia.
The districts have submitted their resolutions to the Barotse National Council demanding that Western Province breaks away citing alleged abrogation of the Barotse Agreement of 1964.
The districts that have submitted their resolutions are Mongu, Senanga Sesheke, Kaoma, Kalabo, Lukulu and shangombo.
The resolutions were presented at the on going Barotse National Council at st Lawrence parish limulunga royal village in Mongu.
Delegates from Sesheke have called for the UN’s intervention in their quest for Barotseland independence.
They have also called for the committee running the affairs of the region before first post independence polls are held.
And resolutions from Kalabo include calls for the resignation of members of parliament from Western province so that they help push for Barotse independence.