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  • Apr

The 2018 Kuomboka which was scheduled to take place on the 21st of April has been postponed to the 28th April 2018 to allow the Kuomboka/Kufuluhela committees across the country finalize preparations for the event.

The Barotse Royal Establishment announced the postman of the Kuomboka at a press briefing in Limulunga last week Wednesday.

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  • Oct
  • He is the current Litunga, son of King Imwiko, ascended to the throne on 13th, October 2000
  • His capital is Lealui
  • He utilizes all the regiments
  • Hitherto, he has had the following Ngambelas: Mukela Manyando, Imbuwa Imwaka, Imasiku Lyamunga, and Litia Walubita, Clement W. Sinyinda, in acting capacity is Induna Kalonga (Godfrey Siisi) 2012 ....
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  • Oct

 

  • His capital was Lealui, son of Yeta III, 1977-2000 (d. 7th July 2000)
  • He utilized all the former regiments
  • His Ngambela was Mukande Musialike, Sililo Mwandamena, Silumelume Siyubo
  • His shrine is in Ndowana
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  • Oct

 

  • He was born in 1907 in Lealui.
  • He received education from Barotse National School, University of Capetown (South Africa), University of Wales at Aberystwith.
  • He ascended to the throne on 15th December, 1968, and died in 1977
  • His capital was Lealui
  • His regiment
  • His Ngambela was Imwaka Mahela, Suu Lishomwa, and Mukande Musialike
  • He initiated the Kuomboka-Kufuluela Committee in 1971 to expand the level of participation in the planning processes of the ceremonies
  • His shrine is in Lishekandinde
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  • Oct

 

  • He was born on the 07th February, 1888 at Lealui.
  • He was bestowed with the title of the Knight Commander of the British Empire (KBE), c. 01st January, 1959.
  • He was educated at PMS Missionary School in Barotseland, Lovedale College, South Africa, and University of Capetown, South Africa.
  • He served in Great War as commander of Barotse Carriers in East African Campaign from 1916 to 1918. He was honored with Allied Victory and British War medals.
  • He attended the Coronation Ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey in London in 1953.
  • He ruled Barosteland from 1948 to 1968.
  • He was knighted by the British in 1959.
  • He was pressured into signing the Barotseland Agreement, 1964 which attempted to absorb Barotseland by Northern Rhodesia to pave way for the creation of the so called 'Republic of Zambia'
  • His capital was in Lealui
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Namakando Wina, Mukele Walubita, Imasiku Akabeswa, Muleta Imenda Minyambowe, Ndangwa Nooyo, and Imwaka Mahela
  • His shrine is in Sikuli
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  • Oct

 

  • He was educated at Bethany House School, Goudhurst, Kent.
  • He ascended to the throne in 1945 and demised in 1948.
  • He spearheaded the establishment of Development Centre in Namushakende, and the Legislative Council
  • His capital was Lealui
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • Namakando Wina was his Ngambela
  • His shrine is in Naloyela
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