Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery Kuomboka ceremony in pictures LifestylePhoto Gallery Kuomboka ceremony in pictures May 1, 2018 3552 20 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Print Linkedin Email Viber His Royal Majesty Litunga Lubosi Imwiko (11) disembarking from the Nalikwanda after his voyage from Lealui to Limulunga during Kuomboka Ceremony His Royal Majesty Litunga Lubosi Imwiko 11 (R) sharing a light moment with Paramount Chief Gawa Undi of the Chewa Speaking people for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique (L) at the Namoo during Kuomboka Ceremony His Royal Majesty Litunga Lubosi Imwiko (11) disembarking from the Nalikwanda after his voyage from Lealui to Limulunga during Kuomboka Ceremony The Prestigious 2018 Kuomboka Ceremony of the lozi Speaking people which means moving from the lower land (lealui Palance) to the upper land in Limulunga District, Western Province His Royal Majesty Litunga Lubosi Imwiko 11 (L) with Paramount Chief Gawa Undi for the Chewa Speaking people of Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique (R) leaving Lealui for Limulunga Royal Village during Kuomboka Ceremony of the Lozi Speaking People The Prestigious 2018 Kuomboka Ceremony of the lozi Speaking people which means moving from the lower land (lealui Palance) to the upper land in Limulunga District, Western Province The Prestigious 2018 Kuomboka Ceremony of the lozi Speaking people which means moving from the lower land (lealui Palance) to the upper land in Limulunga District, Western Province The Prestigious 2018 Kuomboka Ceremony of the lozi Speaking people which means moving from the lower land (lealui Palance) to the upper land in Limulunga District, Western Province The Prestigious 2018 Kuomboka Ceremony of the lozi Speaking people which means moving from the lower land (lealui Palance) to the upper land in Limulunga District, Western Province The Nalikwanda docks at Nayuma harbor during Kuomboka Ceremony paramount chief gawa undi boarding the Nalikwanda during the Kuombaka ceremony in Lealui The Nalikwanda leaving Lealui [Read 448 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:President Lungu at Kuomboka traditional Ceremony in PicturesKuomboka 2017 ceremony is on-BREVEEP urges Westerners to be more welcoming during the Kuomboka ceremonyPresident Edgar Lungu to grace this year’s Kuomboka traditional ceremony of the Lozi people600 police officers to be deployed for Kuomboka Ceremony; President Lungu, GBM and HH to attend Loading... RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Mungwi District Hospital in Pictures The 2019 Inter Company Relay in Pictures Fred M’membe’s Copperbelt Weekend Rally in Pictures 20 COMMENTS Beautiful pics. LT. Impressive gesture by BRE to invite Gawa Undi of the mighty Chewa people. What is that attire Gawa Undi is wearing? Anyone to help? 5 0 Primitive Thanks BB2014,2016 0 13 kaShota, the only thing that’s primitive, is the sceptic tank, in your cranium, where a normal brain, should have been. Keep taking your antipsychotics, you still need them, you Green fly!! 2 0 Yes, very impressive; very historical. Great development. 2 2 Beautiful ceremony, culture, & photos. 2 0 Happy moments they must have been. It must have been exciting for all those who attended. 2 0 Congratulations to the Lozis and Chewas for demonstrating that Zambia is a united country. This attendance of the Kuomboka Ceremony by the Paramount Chief of the Chewas also mirrors the inter-marriages that are happening so much that I even think that by the year 2100 anybody talking in terms of tribe will be look at as not being normal. Bravo! This is the Zambia I know. Not the Zambia being talked about our policiticians who are so dull they can’t think beyond their monkey noses, always promoting tribalism because they fail to convince even a monkey to eat fresh maize. These two traditional leaders are doing what traditional leaders are supposed to be doing, NOT some other chiefs who are always getting involved in politics endorsing and defending political leaders and diving the nation… 11 0 From this ceremony alone, the Litunga surrendered 489 virgins to be married off in phases to wise Chewa men. Phase 1 is for those above 18 already and phase 2 is for those that become of age by June this year. Accepting the offer, Gawa had this to say: This number you have released will double at least, by the next ceremony. 3 2 Chitapankwa, how ticklish! It is what a Lozi would say, “kunitikinya!” Thanks. 2 0 Thank you very much for a constructive and well thought out contribution. 3 0 This is the way it must be. This is something that Zambia should promote and should be proud of. I am happy and proud that the guest of honor Paramount Chief Gawa Undi is of deserving calibre. 2 0 Absolutely, very deserving indeed. 2 0 No doubt beautiful pictures. Congratulations. I love the last picture the most. 2 0 Very colourful indeed.its good that our ceremonies are still ticking!! African/ Zambian culture at work. 2 0 African/Zambian culture??? with the King wearing the British Governers uniform of Northern Rhodesia!!! 0 3 History is history. You never can change it. There is a history behind the Barotse Royal Regalia. 5 0 And with you typing on a computer and wearing pants instead of running around naked chasing monkeys in your bush. Grow up mate… last I checked the language you are speaking is English! Too much for condescending comments and hatred without really looking in the mirror to see the man talking. 6 0 Very beautiful pictures… for anyone who hasn’t visited this ceremony, I strongly encourage you put it on your bucket list, you will be impressed (that is if they still do it the way they used to when I was growing up… it used to be a truly spectacular ceremony). Great to see bloggers united in appreciation, a break from the usual political mudslinging… obviously apart from a few insecure attention seekers. This should have been a headline on LT and left there for at least 24 hrs so we can ‘detox’ from Lungu/HH [email protected] rhetoric. 4 0 Comment: My king my lubosi! Amuonge – onge mulonga tate. Brilliant step you have taken to invite a well vested cultural leader like Gawa Undi! Despite traditional ceremonies being dynamic, ours is still better where it still is! Yooshoooooooo!! Kozo Mulimu amibukeleze ndate! Huh! Nayuma habour lyabwa monihulezi, kimo nenitapanga niku shuwanga inge nicanga moombo umelile fa munanga besides the Nalikwanda! Fa lishabati (the beach) we would go and roll for warmth after a long swimming later dive in the waters again ntill we are well satisfied. jelly fishes (mañulule) we would swallow while swimming. Wow, Home sweet home! Yooshoooooooo! 2 0 Comment: I just love my bulozi despite being left by most of my loved ones! my late elder bro Nyambe Charles once puddled in the Nalikwanda! Likwanga is my village, abit opposite lealui! Royal linked we are truly! Zuha bulozi! Zuha!!! 3 1 Comments are closed.