Forum for female traditional leaders to be held in February

About thirty female traditional leaders are expected to attend a forum for female traditional leaders as advocates of peace that has been set to take place from Sunday the 2nd of February to 5th of February in Lusaka.

Chiefs and Tradition Affairs Minister Nkandu Luo has disclosed this at media briefing held in Lusaka this morning.

Prof Luo has told journalists that the program is meant revive the important and vital role that traditional institutions used to play in preserving peace.

The Minister explains that the forum will also involve women participatory conflict resolutions across the country and continent in conformity with modern demands and international requirements.

She adds that the forum will further give chance to women to resell their story and write history with emphasis on the salient but important role they continue to play from family village, chiefdom, nation international levels.

She has also notes that the topics to be discussed include historic lecturer on the role of women in fostering peace and stability in traditional African stories and the legal role of the media in perpetuating and preventing conflicts in modern times.