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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Senior Chief Ndungu of Zambezi dies

Rural News Senior Chief Ndungu of Zambezi dies

His Royal Highness Senior Chief Ndungu of the Luvale people of Zambezi district has died.

Prime Minister of the Luvale Royal Establishment Patrick Fumbelo confirmed the development in an interview Wednesday morning.

“It is with a heavy heart that I wish to inform the Nation about the untimely demise of His Royal Highness Senior Chief Ndungu the 8th of the Luvale people of Zambezi District who died on 27th January, 2020 in Ndola central Hospital. Other furneral and Burial arrangements will be announced later,”Mr Fumbeko said.

“His Royal Highness Senior Chief Songe Ngundu was the custodian of the Likumbi Lya Mize traditional ceremony. We urge all the vaka Chinyama wherever you are to remain calm, strong and United as we mourn.”

He said all the royal funeral proceedings will be communicated.


  1. My heartfelt condolences to you all Luvale peapl as the entire va kachinyama.
    Our beloved senior chief has left a gap hence he has picked up the Lord’s last call as perpetually a routine to everyone.
    May the Lord God comfort the family.

  2. It’s a big loss to our country and a normal personal can not say seer 1 and his powers one is down already, that’s being unreasonable. We shall miss you our chief. rest in peace!!

  3. MHSRIEP. It would be helpful if more details were available such as how old he was and when became to the throne for historical reasons. I had visited the palace many years ago – actually 36 years ago. I wonder if that would have been the same chief up to now which I doubt very much from the picture given. Could someone in the know shed some light please.

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