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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Paramount Chief Mpezeni clocks 38 Years on the throne

Rural News Paramount Chief Mpezeni clocks 38 Years on the throne

President Edgar Lungu has said that government recognizes the critical role that Paramount Chief Mpezeni and other traditional leaders play in the promotion of peace and stability in the country.

President Lungu said that Chief Mpezeni has worked well with all the governments from 1982 when he ascended to the throne.

The President said this in a speech read on his behalf by Minister of Infrastructure and Housing Vincent Mwale during celebrations to mark Paramount Chief Mpezeni’s 38th Anniversary on the throne, at Ephendukeni palace in Chipata yesterday.

And Paramount Chief Mpezeni, who spoke through Chief Madzimawe thanked government for building him a palace and for rendering support to the traditional leadership.

He urged Zambians to register as voters so that they take part in next year’s elections.

Meanwhile, Chipata Diocese Bishop George Lungu said the celebration was premised on thanking God for the 38 years that the Paramount Chief has been on the throne and to bless the palace as well as pray for peaceful elections.

Bishop Lungu, who is also the president of the Zambia Conference for Catholic Bishop, appealed to traditional leaders not to take political sides because doing so may confuse their subjects.

Earlier, Nc’wala Ceremony Organising Committee Chairman General Joshua Jere said the Paramount Chief has unified the Ngoni people during his rule.

All the Ngoni chiefs attended the event and other notable people that are present include Eastern Province deputy Permanent Secretary Josphat Lombe, Luangeni MP Charles Zulu, Former Home Affairs minister Lameck Mangani among others.

22 COMMENTS

  1. Amazing achievement by our own his majesty mpezeni who has sacrificed all those years to serve. Even pf will rule for 100 years minimum

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    • Ati achievement. What achievement is there in sitting in an inherited position for 38 years. All parasites must be praised for doing nothing?

  2. 38 years of drunkardness, political prostitution and helping himself to any young girls in his kingdom immediately they reach puberty.

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  3. Black scouser and your fellow brainwashed coon tarino, what has anyone’s HIV status got to do with it? I thought you monkeys are supposed to be living in the so called developed world where you are taught not to discriminate on health or age grounds. It is disgusting seeing stigma you are showing here. Have you seen his majesties health records for you to say such disgusting things ? And even if he is so what ? It’s no longer a death sentence and in fact the chief may outlive both of you coons.

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  4. By the way hatarino and black scouser can you please educate me as to why hospitals and blood banks don’t accept blood donations from you born in Africa even with your British passports? Can you please tell us why ?

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  5. Iwe ka Mupeseni nomba ulingile ukufumapo. Utekafye imbeba shobe imyaka amakumi yane ukwabula ama election. Temokalasi alikwi? Temu 18 sate faifi muno nimu 21st century. Abantu balingile bavota. Ukutumpa!

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  6. I am very sorry but I don’t respond to silly Internet keyboard jockeys who masquerade to be someone there are not and places they are not. #tosser

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  7. An internet troll is someone who makes intentionally inflammatory, rude, or upsetting statements online to elicit strong emotional responses in people or to steer the conversation off-topic. They can come in many forms. Most trolls do this for their own amusement, but other forms of trolling are done to push a specific agenda. ..a typical example is here for all to see.

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  8. He lost his youth to become a Chief. He was only 19yrs when he ascended to the thrown and I remember KK was in attendance during his coronation. It was a colourful ceremony. Congratulations Nkosi ya ma Nkosi

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  9. What a useless example of a chief.

    What a perfect example why chiefs are redundant.

    Busy thanking corrupt PF for buying him bread.

    These same vulture thieves will be bootlicking HH next year.

    Can you imagine Shaka Zulu entertaing such a chief? No wonder his ancestors got booted out of Zulu land.

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  10. But he should stop his partisan vibe and even promoting the party which has lamentably failed, , but any way he wouldn’t know that all benchmarks for Zambia used to measure an economy are down and having been down even before covid

  11. @ KZ. This Mpezeni has been living with HIV for decades. I’ve lost count how many innocent women have been exposed and infected with HIV by him sleeping with them

    That in itself is a crime where as in a civilised world mpezeni would have been prosecuted and jailed

    Unlike the kangaroo courts in Zambia, the innocent are jailed and the real convicts like yourself and your ex boss are walking the streets freely.

  12. @black scouser you are showing your ignorance and hate here. If a former president can be taken to court what can stop anyone taking a case against his majesty? Your jealousy will kill you. What is even more disappointing is the fact that your f00lish friend tarino is gay but we have allowed him to continue blogging here without any discrimination or stigma. If anything it is the gay communities that are stereotyped as high risk for HIV. You are both too f00lish to realise this. He will continue talking rubbish and then behave like a coward when called out crying about I don’t talk to imposter. Hahaha

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  13. Nkosi yama Nkosi. Long live Paramount Chief. I don’t think this platform is meant to discuss people’s personal health related matters, such talk is just disappointing especially when you have no evidence!!

  14. Kalombo mwane ulu unda Paramount Mwata Kazembe, whose dad Musindike uwafwa taishindika. He named Lukanga. Lukanga is the lion belt worn by the mwata at every mutobomko Ceremony. Ulukanga ulu fwele ba Kazembe Kale Mwata ala kesa

  15. Kalombo mwane ulu unda Paramount Mwata Kazembe, whose dad Musindike uwafwa taishindika. He named Lukanga. Lukanga is the lion belt worn by the mwata at every mutobomko Ceremony. Ulukanga ulu fwele ba Kazembe Kale Mwata ala kesa

  16. Kalombo mwane ulu unda Paramount Mwata Kazembe, whose dad Musindike uwafwa taishindika. He named Lukanga. Lukanga is the lion belt worn by the mwata at every mutobomko Ceremony. Ulukanga ulu fwele ba Kazembe Kale Mwata ala kesa

  17. Kalombo mwane ulu unda Paramount Mwata Kazembe, whose dad Musindike uwafwa taishindika. He named Lukanga. Lukanga is the lion belt worn by the mwata at every mutobomko Ceremony. Ulukanga ulu fwele ba Kazembe Kale Mwata ala kesa

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