Chitimukulu to attend Mexican traditional ceremony

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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 of the Bemba speaking people is tomorrow expected in New Mexico, United States of America, to attend that country’s annual traditional ceremony.

The Pueblo of Acoma, a native society in New Mexico, has invited Paramount chief to attend its annual traditional ceremony slated for this weekend.

The Mwinelubemba will be accompanied by the Secretary of the Ukusefya Pa Ng’wena traditional ceremony Richard Mukuka.

This is contained in a statement made available to ZANIS in Kasama today.Mr Mukuka said chief Chitimukulu is expected to be among several dignitaries from different countries who have been invited to attend this year’s ceremony.

He said the gesture by the Pueblo of Acoma is an indication of the significance that tradition and culture plays in society.

And Mr Mukuka added that the traditional leader will also use the opportunity to exchange ideas with the Pueblo of Acoma society on avenues of development.

Earlier this year, Paramount Chief Chitimukulu led a delegation to the State of New Mexico where he held a number of engagements including a public lecture on history and culture.

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32 COMMENTS

    • The rest are thieves who will be busy stealing wallets at US airports upon arrival so to save my mbuya embarrassment he only takes one trusted bemba!

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    • @Chomba, don’t worry bro, we are here to accompany Chitimukulu.
      We always tell Ba Lungu not to hire private jumbo jets to New York… We are already here.

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    • Carlos

      You are right , but you can not trust even this same bemba chief ……he might just involutarly start stealing on the plane.

      Watch him…

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  1. Please Chief Chitimukulu when they call you King of Zambian people there don’t just stand there correct them!!

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    • Larry Mweetwa, is that message meant for Paramount Chief of the Namwala peoples? Sorry, Gay Jay?

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  2. And with him, he will introduce a Mexican culture among the Bemba people. I hope he wont create the impression there that Zambians wear curtains as clothes

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  3. A bemba chief theif looking for what in Mexico ? Narcotics ?

    Interpol should watch him……you can not trust these people….

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    • Once upon a time Animo Farm used to code it! I have been uncoding it for all! Now Animo Farm is boldly uncoding it, itself! Good job!

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    • Imwe BANTU know your geography well.Paramount chief Chitimukulu is not going to Mexico ,but traveling to New Mexico -one of the 50 states in the United States of America.Nadabwa that bana ang’ono sadziwa kuti apart from states such as Chicago,Oregon,California,Philadelphia,Ohio,etc we have New Mexico within USA

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    • The Paramount chief Chitimukulu is not going to MEXICO,but travelling to NEW MEXICO- a state(province)within USA.Therefore baice prove to us that you really understood what your teacher of Geography taught you at school.

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  4. “Paramount chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba speaking people is tomorrow expected in New Mexico, United States of America, to attend that country’s annual traditional ceremony”. Wrong statement – the Pueblo of Acoma, are a native society in New Mexico, and their annual traditional ceremony is not the annual traditional ceremony of the United States.

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    • There is no envy for theives. A bemba will always be a theif. A bemba will even steal from his own bank account…..

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    • It is a tonga belief that “amujate ma bege, ba bemba ba bola.” Every tonga child is taught that at some point. Truth is the bemba kingdom was expanding and developing while tongas were rolling on the ground when foreigners visited their land; They had no army and a weak political system. They called bembas thieves because bembas were dominant and more developed. Only a tonga believes bembas are thieves.

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  5. @10.2 Zambian citizen: “only a tonga believes that bembas are thieves”. You cannot be closer to the brutal truth, only that the bad tongas are in or associated with upnd and tri.bal Hacks, e.g. the tireless triba.list Spaka. But thanks for the confirmation anyway.

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    • Good, now the bemba theives can taiste their own tribal medicine …95% of all thefts in GRZ are by bembas…..just like their brothers in DRC, stealing is their DNA…

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  6. Also confirms GBM’s “role” in upnd, which has seen by now and just waiting to abandon them.

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    • Only when bembas join up with their brothers in DRC will the other tribes in Zambia see development….

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  7. We can’t be talking about tribe in this century. You have nothing to gain but you have all to lose and you call your self christian? A diversity that God has put on earth is for the Glory of God. Racism and tribalism is evil and should have no room in our hearts. Love your neighbour as yourself.

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