VICE President Inonge Wina shakes hands with a 6 year old Emmanuel Mfula after receiving flowers from at Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone on Wednesday. The Vice President was in Livingstone to officiate at African Regional Labour Administration Centre (ARLAC) governing council meeting
VICE President Inonge Wina shakes hands with a 6 year old Emmanuel Mfula after receiving flowers from at Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone on Wednesday. The Vice President was in Livingstone to officiate at African Regional Labour Administration Centre (ARLAC) governing council meeting

Vice President Inonge Wina has appealed to the people of Western Province and Limulunga in particular to be more hospitable to those who will visit the province during the Kuomboka ceremony.

Ms Wina made the appeal shortly after she arrived at Mongu airport for a three day working visit to the province.

Mrs Wina explained that the Kuomboka ceremony is an important ceremony celebrated by several Zambians and others from outside the country.

She warned that no one should be allowed to destroy the culture and dignity which the Westerners are known for since time in memorial.

And Western Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu informed the Vice President that the people of Mongu were appreciative of the several developmental projects that are being initiated in the province citing the tarring of the Kalabo-Sikongo road which he said is progressing well.

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25 COMMENTS

  1. Which people should the westerners be ‘hospitable’ to during the kuomboka? Be specific. What is the government expecting from the westerners? Such words can only be said in an opposition stronghold, never in a ruling-party stronghold.

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    • It’s comments from her kind that is creating unnecessary tension in the country between people from different regions.

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    • Just accept the honesty iwe. Opposition strongholds are very hostile areas to people from other regions.

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    • Lets be sensible guys, Not all statements are political.
      She’s referring to the fact that Most Lozis in Western province are histile to outsiders, including fellow lozis who are city dwellers. Lozis who are born and bred in the city are usually considered outsiders and rejected as well.

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    • Kanyunka mafumo which fact are you hallucinating about? There’s never been any problems at the Kuomboka ceremony since time immemorial. Stop projecting your tribalism on other people. You must have gone deep into your rectum to retrieve the rubbish you’re spewing. Go to hell monkey boy.

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    • THE VP KNOWS WHAT SHE IS TALKING ABOUT. WESTERNERS ARE MORE WELCOMING TO WHITE PEOPLE THAN INDIGENOUS FELLOW ZAMBIANS. THEY CALL THEIR FELLOW CITIZENS, “MANYUKUNYUKU”. MEANING FOREIGNERS. SO, DON’T PRETEND YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT THE VEEP IS TALKING ABOUT.

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  2. Lets be sensible guys, Not all statements are political.
    She’s referring to the fact that Most Lozis in Western province are histile to outsiders, including fellow lozis who are city dwellers. Lozis who are born and bred in the city are usually considered outsiders and rejected as well.

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  3. This old woman is the most useless and worst vice president in the history of the nation. She is just wasting taxpayers money. I don’t know how this country will survive having chakolwa president without vision and an old woman vice president who doesn’t know anything and fake ministers the likes of Dora siliya, a prostitute and most corrupt minister. Shame!

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  4. At least she is better than Nevers & that white pig which keeps going round Southern Province with HH.

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  5. Munyukunyuka is umutulatula in Bemba or Makwerere or something like that in one RSA language. Every language has a word like that for foreigners.Boers call Africans kirffirs.In Europe and somewhere else all Africans are called monkeys. Now coming to these pagan celebrations you call traditional ceremonies, they should be banned.lt is wrong for a country which claims to be Christians to be dancing for ancestral spirits at these rubbish ceremonies. Even the late Jesus Joseph would not allow this.

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  6. Kuomboka is not a ceremony per se and no spirit worship ever takes place there. Just from the meaning of the word, you will see once there why the event has to naturally take place. It’s like when we say Musi o Tunya, it’s a practical name for the phenomenon, period! Manyukunyukweee, mukaiseleze!

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  7. i am from the eastern province, great land of the nchwala ceremony, and grew up with one of the top Zambian legal minds from Mongu,and he taught me all about the Kuomboka, one of the premier traditional and sacred ceremonies in Africa. It may not mean much to you ,but please respect the tradition and those for whom it has purpose. If where you come from there are no traditions or cultural invocations of consequnce, i pray for you Mushotas! You can make fools of yourselves with government and opposition figures but please respect our chiefs and traditions. There is nothing wrong with our vice president showing cultural pride and selling the ceremony as a great tourist investment that should proudly display its hospitality !Enjoy

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  8. Look how malnourished the boy in the pic looks. Life under pf

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  9. This old woman is a traitor to the Lozis.
    I don’t know what value she adds to the future of Zambia.

    At “NEZ”, I agree with you that boy is very manourished with a very bid head.
    It’s an indication of not eating well.
    And some ***** of a President (ECL) is wasting 2 million kwacha on ICC when people are starving.
    Any ways, that is what Zambians wanted!

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  10. With all said I hate this thing of giving flowers or whatever that is to the so called leaders. Agog I believe went to attend a ceremony as part of her work & all was needed is to shake her hand & get down to whatever she went there for. But you have a receiving ceremony wasting time & money. All she will do with those flowers is to throw them away. I can’t imagine where they take them. Back to government house & placed in a vase! Zambia the mediocre country!

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