Chief Chitimukulu commends President Lungu

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Paramount Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba people (Middle), Chief Luchembe of the Bemba people (left)  with Senior Chief Kanongesha of the Lunda people at this year's Likumbi Lya Mize Traditional Ceremony in Zambezi District on Saturday, August 25, 2018 - Pictures By Godfrey Chikumbi/ZANIS
Paramount Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba people (Middle), Chief Luchembe of the Bemba people (left) with Senior Chief Kanongesha of the Lunda people at this year’s Likumbi Lya Mize Traditional Ceremony in Zambezi District on Saturday, August 25, 2018 – Pictures By Godfrey Chikumbi/ZANIS

Paramount Chief Chitimukulu, Mwine Lubemba has hailed President Edgar Lungu for introducing a policy to allow traditional leaders to be gracing their ceremonies.

The Paramount Chief Chitimukulu said this move is going to enhance unity and development in the nation.

He was speaking in a speech read for him by Chief Luchembe when he graced this year’s Likumbi Lya Mize traditional ceremony of the Luvale speaking people of Zambezi district today.

Meanwhile, Paramount Chief Chitimukulu has hailed people of Zambezi district for the thunderous welcome that he received upon his arrival at the Zambezi airstrip yesterday at 14:30 hours.

He has appealed to government through Senior Chief Ndungu to construct a bridge along the Zambezi River to easy movements of the people to and from the palace during the ceremony.

Speaking earlier through the former Likumbi Lya Mize National Chairperson, Max Mbunji, Senior Chief Ndungu thanked Paramount Chief Chitimukulu for accepting to grace the ceremony.

The Senior Chief said the coming of Mwine lubemba to grace the ceremony is a true reflection of the one Zambia one nation motto.

He also encouraged all Zambians to invest in their cultural heritage.

And Likumbi Lya Mize National Chairperson, Isaac Kanguya said cultural ceremonies should be embraced by all because they play an important role in uniting people regardless of tribes.

Paramount Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba people (Middle), Chief Luchembe of the Bemba people (left)  with Senior Chief Kanongesha of the Lunda people at this year's Likumbi Lya Mize Traditional Ceremony in Zambezi District on Saturday, August 25, 2018 - Pictures By Godfrey Chikumbi/ZANIS
Paramount Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba people (Middle), Chief Luchembe of the Bemba people (left) with Senior Chief Kanongesha of the Lunda people at this year’s Likumbi Lya Mize Traditional Ceremony in Zambezi District on Saturday, August 25, 2018 – Pictures By Godfrey Chikumbi/ZANIS
Paramount Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba people (Middle), Chief Luchembe of the Bemba people (left)  with Senior Chief Kanongesha of the Lunda people at this year's Likumbi Lya Mize Traditional Ceremony in Zambezi District on Saturday, August 25, 2018 - Pictures By Godfrey Chikumbi/ZANIS
Paramount Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba people (Middle), Chief Luchembe of the Bemba people (left) with Senior Chief Kanongesha of the Lunda people at this year’s Likumbi Lya Mize Traditional Ceremony in Zambezi District on Saturday, August 25, 2018 – Pictures By Godfrey Chikumbi/ZANIS
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    • @Nostradamus:
      Because Sosala’s so called grandmother may not be a real Bemba woman. She claims to have been a freed Bemba sex slave who had been captured by the Ngonis and later released. That woman was never properly confirmed to have been “Bemba Royal” which is why Sata died believing that Sosala Kanyanta was never “Royal” and could NOT be the paramount chief!
      From the rantings of Kanyanta, we can all see that Sata was right after all. The “fake paramount chief” is into all the controversies – politics against UPND; begging publicly for benefits from Lungu; promoting fake Bemba superiority syndrome in Zambvia. No genuine royal person would cheapen themselves and sink themselves so low as Sosala Kanyanta

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  1. This is the way it should be. Chiefs should feel respected and be allowed to visit each in other provinces . Weel done Chiefs

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  2. Anachronisms – Holding on to a make believe past. “Chiefs, Kings and Swings”. My next BBC radio play

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  3. No one was stopping chiefs from visiting each other or from attending each others ceremonies provided they were invited in their official capacities. There has never been any restrictions on the movement of chiefs since they are also citizens and enjoy free rights of movement. I don’t know what this sosala guy is so thankful for.

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