VICE President Inonge Wina is greeted by the Mwata's indunas as the Mwata looks on. This is when the Vice President paid a courtesy call on the Mwata shortly before she graced this year's Mutomboko ceremony.
VICE President Inonge Wina is greeted by the Mwata’s indunas as the
Mwata looks on. This is when the Vice President paid a courtesy call
on the Mwata shortly before she graced this year’s Mutomboko ceremony.
MWATA Kazembe the 19th in his royal palace in Mwansabombwe.
MWATA Kazembe the 19th in his royal palace in Mwansabombwe.
VICE President Inonge Wina speaking to the Mwata when she paid a courtesy call on him during this year's Mutomboko ceremony.
VICE President Inonge Wina speaking to the Mwata when she paid a
courtesy call on him during this year’s Mutomboko ceremony.
The Mwata leaving the palace for Miombo tree to pay homage to the ancestral spirits
The Mwata leaving the palace for Miombo tree to pay homage to
the ancestral spirits
VICE President Inonge Wina greets the subordinate chiefs on arrival at the Mwata's palace in Mwansabombwe.
VICE President Inonge Wina greets the subordinate chiefs on arrival
at the Mwata’s palace in Mwansabombwe.
THE Mwata addressing his soldiers at his palace before proceeding to the main arena for the conquest dance.
THE Mwata addressing his soldiers at his palace before proceeding
to the main arena for the conquest dance.
The Mwata seated on his throne in the main arena before performing the conquest dance.
The Mwata seated on his throne in the main arena before performing
the conquest dance.
The Mwata leaving the palace for Miombo tree to pay homage to the ancestral spirits
The Mwata leaving the palace for Miombo tree to pay homage to
the ancestral spirits
The Mwata is lifted on his Traditional Harmock on arrival at the main arena during the ceremony.
The Mwata is lifted on his Traditional Harmock on arrival at the
main arena during the ceremony.
THE Mwata performing the Umutomboko (the conquest dance) during this year's ceremony.
THE Mwata performing the Umutomboko (the conquest dance)
during this year’s ceremony.
THE Mwata performing the Umutomboko (the conquest dance) during this year's ceremony.
THE Mwata performing the Umutomboko (the conquest dance)
during this year’s ceremony.
WOMEN lining up with traditional food to be offered to the ancestral spirits at Ng'ona river by the Mwata.
WOMEN lining up with traditional food to be offered to the
ancestral spirits at Ng’ona river by the Mwata.
The Mutomboko maidens performing icilumwalumwa before the main performance.
The Mutomboko maidens performing icilumwalumwa before the main performance.
WOMEN lining up with traditional food to be offered to the ancestral spirits at Ng'ona river by the Mwata.
WOMEN lining up with traditional food to be offered to the
ancestral spirits at Ng’ona river by the Mwata.
VICE President Inonge Wina hands over a hammer-mill to Provincial Minister Benson Kapaya with the vice donated to Mwansabombwe women club during the Mutomboko ceremony ceremony.
VICE President Inonge Wina hands over a hammer-mill to Provincial
Minister Benson Kapaya with the vice donated to Mwansabombwe women
club during the Mutomboko ceremony ceremony.
THE Mwata at his palace before leaving for the main arena
THE Mwata at his palace before leaving for the main arena
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  1. A Very Dapper Mwata. Just Love his hand sculpted throne. Keep the tradition going Mwata. Pity the larger than life Criticles was not there. MSRIP

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    • Ala! Edgar lungu didn’t attend this year’s umuntomboko???… Finish !! Now I believe he won’t president after angust 11,,,,,

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    • @Ndobo, it was much much respective for you Lozis to send us Bo Ma Inonge, we thank you. Sorry but the hammermill dropped the respect, turned to be a campaign thing. Presents would have been hoes, axes, and cassava cuttings.
      That Lungu gets only intoxicated with mbote and katata beer at Mutomboko ceremony. Did you see their Mpezeni, he was drunk cut-rubbish.

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    • “Ba Folosho” an Elephant had to die and its ivory stolen from its carcass just because of decorating that so called worthless throne”
      Can you imagine, if Elephants could chop off your balls and hang them on their ears as decoration

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    • IWE CHATILE AFROCANDY, WHERE WOULD YOU FIND AN ELEPHANT TO ORCHESTRATED YOU BRAINLESS IDEA? MAN REIGNS SUPREME OVER NATURE. MOST LIKELY THE MEAT FROM THE ELEPHANT WAS FEASTED UPON BY THE MWANSABOMBWE COMMUNITY! GO TO EUROPE AND PREACH THAT RUBBISH!

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  2. @Ndobo:keep on ranting from abroad where you live!!things are tough for your hh here.ECL is addressing mammoth rallies even in your bedroom Mumbwa!!today he is on the copperbelt and his rallies are extremely mammoth!!dont rant from afar,ask your objective relatives who are in Zambia now and not in tongaland but in known PF strongholds!!MWATA KAZEMBE WAS ON ZNBC TV A DAY AGO SINGING “LUNGU EE LUNGU EEE LUNGU EO TULEFWAYA”,!!!IN 2016 A LOT OF CHIEFS IN ZAMBIA ARE NOT EVEN HIDING THEIR LOVE FOR PF!!RECALL PF HAS INCREASED CHIEF’S SALARIES TO A TUNE OF K15 000 A MONTH AND PF IS BUILDING THEM NEW PALACES!!!BOLA NAIKOSA FOR THE OPPOSITION AS PF IS 100% WINNING 2016 ELECTIONS!!!chiefs like Mpezeni,Mwata Kazembe,Ishindi of the Lunda people,Chitimukulu,Litunga,etc have openly declared their…

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    • Can’t see that your lungu has no respect for the royal mwata?? Umuntomboko is one of the biggest celebrations which must respected by any sitting president in zambia!!!,,
      by the way! You confused PF thug,, you should by now know, am green party

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    • What happened with Kuomboka? There hasn’t been Kuomboka since Lungu took over, I never seen him in ka skirt with his long tuma legs.

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  3. THE MUZUNGU LADY STANDING BEHIND WOMEN lining up with traditional food to be offered to the
    ancestral spirits at Ng’ona river by the Mwata. POINTING AT THE WATER IN THE RIVER WAS PROBABLY THINKING LIKE……………”.Oh no!!!! Please don’t throw that rubbish in the water You are just going to pollute thisalready stinking river more” Your ancestal spirits are resting in peace six feet under, if they were not eaten by lionsor crocs.

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  4. THE MUZUNGU LADY STANDING BEHIND WOMEN lining up with traditional food to be offered to the
    ancestral spirits at Ng’ona river by the Mwata. POINTING AT THE WATER IN THE RIVER WAS PROBABLY THINKING LIKE……………”.Oh no!!!! Please don’t throw that rubbish in the water You are just going to pollute this already stinking river more” Your ancestal spirits are resting in peace six feet under, if they were not eaten by lions or crocs.

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  5. ubututu ..ubututu too much pa zambia..campaign time.. mucipatala tamwabanomuti…Headman bamusovaichigayo..ichitenge bapelako kamayo..aawe pamunshi pesu twafwanensala.. Donchi nokubeba!! zambia is doomed.

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  6. PF leadership at its best. You would think Lungu and Jean Kapata would have attended. This is an opportunity to promote both domestic and international tourism. Showcasing heritage, culture, diversity, traditions, languages. These people are something else and not sure how they got their jobs. One would think they can advertise: “Discover Mutomboko” in hotels, restaurants etc. and where is the Zambia Tourism Board? Did they attend and promote this ceremony. We are paying Felix Chaila and Jean Kapata for absolutely nothing people. Can’t have people who just sit, sleep, eat and po.op because that’s not what tax payers money should be paying for. But when its time to fly out of the country they are number one and good at wasting and spending our money.

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  7. Lord forgive us for honoring spirits and our ancestral worship! We plead the blood of Jesus over our land and pray that you forgive us of our ignorance and the people’s ignorance! We ask for your mercy and help us to turn to you with all our hearts. We pray that you may open the eyes of our chiefs and leaders in the nation to see your glory and desire in your Son Jesus who we should all honor and revere. We also repent of our sins and ask for your forgiveness. Heal our land Lord. In Jesus’ name we pray AMEN!

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