The Africa Rights Group, Redress and Southern Africa Litigation Centre in their joint report, detailing names and roles of the suspects, also asked the Zambian President to take steps to identify other suspects.
The names of the accused have not been made public.
The report follows the visit of President Banda to Rwanda in January this year where he expressed determination to arrest any suspects holed up in Zambia.
‘'Zambia is no longer a safe haven for individuals who are alleged to have taken part in planning, organizing and executing the genocide in Rwanda,'' he was quoted by the press to have said at the end of his visit.
Over 800,000 people mostly ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed during the Rwandan April-July, 1994 killings, which started immediately after the downing of the plane carrying the then Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana as it was approaching the capital, Kigali, on April 6, 1994.
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