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BRE Coronation ceremony given a go ahead

Rural News BRE Coronation ceremony given a go ahead

The 2020 coronation ceremony will take place on 13th, to 17th November, 2020, at Lealui summer palace, the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) has announced.

The ritual is an event to celebrate the Kingship of the Litunga Lubosi Imwiko II, it was put off in October due to the COVID-19, outbreak ,but it has been allowed in consultations with the Ministry of Health.

ZANIS reports that speaking at a press briefing today, BRE Prime Minister, Nyambela Manyando Mukela,pointed out that the October, 2020 ceremony will be a special one as the Litunga will be celebrating 20 years of being on the throne.

“In addition, his majesty was a Senior District Chief for 20 years in Lukulu district, he therefore deserves special treatment from his children for his 40 years of exemplary leadership.

The Ngambela has since extended the invitation to everyone, the young and elderly to attend the ceremony to show support and appreciation to the Litunga.

Mr. Mukela is urging the people and various organisations and churches to come with gifts at the ceremony to honour the Litunga.

“The Kuta has also suspended its usual routine activities to focus on the ceremony preparations,” Mr Lubosi Imwiko stated.

The coronation ceremony commonly referred to as choliso in Silozi is characterized by traditional dances, songs and is attended by several people from all walks of life.

7 COMMENTS

  1. flag Corruption scandals: 48 Houses Social Security Cash Luxury Presidential Jet Ambulances Fire Trucks Mukula Trees Ndola-Lusaka Rd Malawi Maizegate Fuelgate Swaziland landgate Zesco Loans

    Uyoyange wino wino! But I don’t like the fact that you sold your people out to the corrupt PF government although you don’t do it openly. At least compared to the rest and the wannabes, you are the real King, the real throne who still has wisdom and still observes the tradition as it was centuries ago! Long live The Litunga!

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  2. It’ll be nice to watch those colourful Lozi dances. I’ll miss this one but definitely will be at the Kuomboka. It seems we’ll have good rains this season

  3. Lubosi Mwanañono is a stinking charlatan, his ascension to power brought disaster to baRotseland. The people of baRotseland wanted Aka to take over from Ilute but Chiluba, Walubita & Christon Tembo installed this fool fa lioma! Kaongolo ka Nyambe Unungu wa mataba, yo shwela kooo!

  4. Wise, educated but fcking lazy Lozis. They have all looks and minds to be presidents of Zambia, but their balls are as soft as boobs.

  5. All CHIEFS ARE RELICS OF A BY-GONE AGE.
    IF I HAD MY WAY I WOULD BAN ALL OF THEM.
    THEY SOLD MILLIONS OF OUR PEOPLE TO SLAVERY

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