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Kuomboka ceremony to be held on 9 April

Rural News Kuomboka ceremony to be held on 9 April

The Kuomboka Ceremony of the Lozi people of Western Province will take place on 9th April, 2022.

Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) Ngambela (Prime Minister) Manyando Mukela says the Kuomboka Ceremony has not been held for the past three years due to low water levels in the Barotse plains.

Announcing the development at Limulunga Palace today, the Ngambela said that He says the ceremony was in 2020 and 2021 suspended due to COVID-19.

He has appealed to all well-wishers to contribute financially or materially towards the successful holding of the Kuomboka Ceremony.

He also appealed to people locally and internationally to come and attend the prestigious ceremony.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Last time I checked Given Libinda was one of the pilots/paddlers of the Nalikwanda, not sure how it will pan out this time around with HH likely to be in the barge

  2. We won’t waste time attending this ceremony which will be attended by upnd thugs given it is in their strongholds. We predict thuggish behaviour and opposition officials being thrown out. For first time in zambia history opposition members are not free to attend national ceremonies.

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