A Catholic nun Ruth Tembo joins the Impis in dancing during the Ncwala ceremony at Laweni palace in Chipata
Catholic nun Ruth Tembo (m) joins the Impis dancing during Ncwala Ceremony at Laweni Palace in Chipata
Misheck Lungu the young Impis shows his prowess during Ncwala ceremony at Laweni palace in Chipata
The young Impis show their prowess during Ncwala ceremony at Laweni palace in Chipata
Young Impis perform during Ncwala ceremony at Laweni palace in Chipata
former Republican President, Rupiah Banda, talks to Chief Kapatamoyo of the Ngoni people at Laweni in Mtenguleni in Chipata shortly before the Nc’wala ceremony
Chief Sairi of the Ngoni people in Chipata, greets former Republican President, Rupiah Banda, at Laweni in Mtenguleni in Chipata. Mr. Banda was one of the invited guests at this year’s Nc’wala traditional ceremony
minister of Defense, Davies Mwila, officiates at this year’s Nc’wala traditional ceremony of the Ngoni speaking people in Chipata on Saturday
paramount Chief Mpezeni of the Ngoni people in Chipata dances at this year’s Nc’wala traditional ceremony in Chipata
paramount Chief Mpezeni of the Ngoni people in Chipata, receives a bowl of blood from a slaughtered black bull, from his Prime Minister, traditionally known as Mshamunye, at this year’s Nc’wala ceremony in Chipata
paramount Chief Mpezeni, drinks blood from a slaughtered black bull, to mark the climax of the Nc’wala traditional ceremony which was held at Mtengulen in Chipata on Saturday. On his left is Paramount Chief Mbelwa of the Ngoni people in Malawi.
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  1. Lazarous Mpande, we recognised Chief Mwata Kazembe. Without his presence, the ceremony would not have taken place, Unfortuately, the camera man was Bwalya Musonda. So he was interested in the new faces to her.

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  2. Good to see some humor between the Ngonis and Bembas!! No politics which divides us from each other. One Zambia One Nation long live Zambia

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