Paramount Chief Chitimukulu visit to the USA

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    • @kanabesa, imagine he was even called king of Zambia. What Zambia is now a kingdom! They didn’t give proper information, the Ambassador was there too, i’m disappointed that the press secretary didn’t give enough information about this chief.

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  1. When did Chiti Mukulu become a KIng? And that funny garment is not a traditional outfit

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    • He is a smart man ..he is playing to their stupidity since they are calling him a King ..you want him to wear a shiny suit with a flat hat like those Chiefs who go to State House

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  2. For me he presides over the largest group in Zambia. For one reason or another he deserve to be called the Bemba King. Indeed he is King Chitimukulu

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    • You need to differentiate between largest spoken language and largest tribe.
      Bemba’s are a small tribe but the language may me the largest spoken.
      A case in point – most Lala’s Ushi’s Bisa’s and many more luapula or indeed central tribes use Bemba.

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    • That’s is paramount chief not king, Zambia is not a kingdom, am a great grandson of chitimukulu chitampankwa 2. From what I was told and learnt, there is no such thing in bembas or any part of this country. If bembaland was a kingdom, then chitimukulu will be a king but nah, Zambia is a unitary state not a kingdom. That cuts the issue of kingship

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  3. IN NOVEMBER 2017, MY CHIEF, CHITIMUKUULU, WAS IN SA THE SIDELINES OF PATRICEUNDER MOTSEPE FOUNDATION AND SPOKE WHICH ATTRACTED TRADITIONAL LEADERS FROM VARIOUS SADC COUNTRIES EXCEPT THOSE FROM SOUTHERN PROVINCE BECAUSE THEY HAD NO PASSPORTS.

    I WISH HH COULD EMULATE MILLIONAIRE PATRICE MOTSEPE BY SPONSORING LOCAL CHIEFS ON THESE EYE OPENING VISITS/TOURS INSTEAD OF ONLY GRABBING THEIR LAND FOR HIS CATTLE!

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  4. Better if they were referring to Paramount kalonga Gawa Undi of the chewa people he is the one who is great among the chiefs in Zambia

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