The Nkoya Royal Council called for the setting up of a Commission of Inquiry under the Ministry of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs to find a lasting solution to the tribal disputes in Western Province.
Speaking during a media briefing in Lusaka today, Nkoya Royal Council Chairman Edwin Nkomesha accused the Lozis of sidelining other ethnic groups in the province.
He noted that even the distribution of development projects in the province are unbalanced as areas occupied by other ethnic groups still have old colonial buildings.
Mr Nkomeshya said anarchy in the province is at the verge of taking center stage if tribal disputes continue to be entertained.
Meanwhile, the Kazanga Kabompo Traditional Ceremony has been scheduled for June 1st and 2nd.
The ceremony which is celebrated by the Nkoya people of North Western Province under Mweene Kangombe will be held in Kabompo district.
About Kr 100,000 will be required for the hosting of the ceremony.