Emmanuel Mwamba says there is no tension in Mongu

The Western Province Administration has maintained that there is no serious tension in province that would stop the Kuomboka traditional ceremony of the Lozi speaking people from taking place this Saturday.

Western province Permanent Emmanuel Mwamba has disclosed to Qfm in an interview that rumors that there is tension between the Litunga and other groups should not scare away those that intend to travel to the province witness the traditional ceremony.
Mr.Mwamba explains that the provincial administration in collaboration with the Litunga and other groups within the Barotse royal establishment have been having good talks and that this is why it has been easy to plan and prepare for this weekend’s traditional ceremony.
He adds that the provincial administration has already started receiving visitors whose safety is assured ahead of the colorful Kuomboka ceremony.
Mr. Mwamba says there is need for the media and other stakeholders not feed the nation on false stories stating that this sends a wrong signal to the whole country and the international community.
He adds that government officials will also visit the province before the big event just to ensure that the people of western province are ready and happier ahead of their traditional ceremony.

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16 Responses to "Emmanuel Mwamba says there is no tension in Mongu"

  1. Joe Johnson  April 19, 2013 at 17:11

    Iwe ka Mwaamba just face reality, pleasing your pay master Ukwa that all is well won’t do. And the death of FTJ is highly questionable.

  2. THE RUMBLER  April 19, 2013 at 08:06

    What is all about a comment like this’ailing dictator Sata is not going to attend this year’s Kuomboka ceremony and he has threatened to use his pen to sort out the Lozis’ who cares and how is he going to sort us.
    From the intelligent point of view is that such comments are not meant as a sympathy towards the LOZI but are meant to insinuate us to view Sata as number one enemy who we should do away with.Yet on the other hand we can gain more from Sata who is in a hurry to embrace the Lozi.
    Not to far away, during the first UNIP congress after indepedence,the Tongas and Bembas made a cartel to stand against the Lozi and Nyanjas,to tell the truth you Tongas have never been supportive of Lozi.Mark my word,if HH and UPND happens to win the election,the Lozi will be relagated to the tail position and our aspirations will be dead,kiled,murdered,mutilated,shredded.It’s for u editor becos you have never published any of my comments

  3. Brainee  April 19, 2013 at 07:23

    This ka mwamba tribalist who ensured that all senior positions held by other tribes men were handed over to his bembas by frustrating them and making false accusations. He is simply stupid and does not belong to this progressive generation

  4. rev.masipa  April 19, 2013 at 05:25

    I pity those lozis busy singing that stupid song of baotseland. stop it you fools, because its a boring song. zambia will never be divided, your thinking is myopic. you think the nkoyas, luvales, kaondes, tongas and many other tribes will agree to be under your chief litunga? stupid thinking. restrict your foolishness to lealui with your sioma rubbish drums

  5. aaron  April 19, 2013 at 04:56

    ALL THE BEST LOZI PIPO

    aaron

  6. William  April 19, 2013 at 03:30

    who killed FTJ?

    • food  April 19, 2013 at 05:21

      Ask mwamba and reginnah mwanza .

  7. Namusunga  April 18, 2013 at 21:41

    The prolem with other people is that they forget easly.If a lozi wants to stand as a president in zambia the media controled by the other tribes they will say he is a trabalist.But when they wants they go to the same that vote for us.Aka tried he failed.Inonge tried she failed. Charles Milupi he tried he failed. All these in the name of being tribalist.Chipuma stands it is okey.BY stands it is ok. The late Mungomba it is ok. The late kapwepwe it is ok. Edth Nawaki it is ok. The late chama chakomboka it is ok. The Mwamba it is ok. Now we have Nervous Mumba it is ok. Zambia why do label other tribes tribalists.Kavindele also tried it is tribal Sondashi is tribal .Very soon we shall Mulongoti is tribal and not suitable. Already Winter Kabimba is not fit to be PF president .Very soon we shall chikwanda it is ok. GBM it is ok.But these chaps they are busy marrying lozi women who are tribal.They eat our fish which is tribal.They eat our rice which is tribal.Work up Lozi stand on your feet other wise you will continue escorting others to state house and return at the gate.

  8. mafimafi  April 18, 2013 at 21:30

    Emanuel you have done it in muchinga, northern and eastern province and please do it for western province and if possible remove shoprite from the graveyard.

  9. Namusunga  April 18, 2013 at 21:11

    You dont pray for peace you pray to your God. The people who use such words wants to dominate others.

  10. dr kaseba sata  April 18, 2013 at 20:57

    foolish litunga, you have sold our land for silver,you will pay for this,you juda iscariot

  11. Dk  April 18, 2013 at 20:22

    Zambia has no leadership at the moment only cadres occupying government sits. Dats why for the first time in Zambia u hear of heavy presence of military in western province coz cadres believe in force. Pa zed kaya?

  12. mwenda  April 18, 2013 at 20:12

    The Lozi King is already at Limulunga and you want to Kuomboka, it is interesting. Hope nothing goes wrong with the King, it appears he is forced to Kuomboka. It is not good to eat from some people.

  13. unbiased  April 18, 2013 at 19:45

    Fools don’t understand even when they are told by people that they are not wanted. The so called Zambia please leave Barotseland alone. Secret societies pretending to benefit Barotse’ please leave them alone. They don’t want Koumboka hijacked by people who don’t even know any local language

  14. Jungle Boy  April 18, 2013 at 19:35

    Zambia is a united sate. I believe no one and nothing shall put us assunder. It is permanently ‘One Zambia One Nation’

    • Chips  April 18, 2013 at 20:10

      Nice comment. We actually need to pray for continued peace.

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