Paramount chief Mpezeni’s Induna George Zulu is delighted that he has been individually awarded by the paramount chief Mpezeni for contributing immensely to the preservation of his tribe’s culture.
Induna Zulu said he was grateful to paramount chief Mpezeni and the entire Ngoni Royal Establishment for recognizing him as one of the pillars in promoting and preserving the Ngoni culture in Zambia
Others who were awarded include Meanwood Holdings Limited Executive Chairperson Robinson Zulu, who is the immediate N’cwala national organizing committee past president.
Mr. Zulu, who is also Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary and paramount chief Mpezeni’s spokesperson, was among the two distinguished people who received the individual awards from chief Mpezeni for their great contribution to the preservation of the Ngoni culture in the country.
This was during the just ended N’cwala traditional ceremony held at Mutenguleni Park in Chipata district in Eastern province.
Mr. Zulu has since pledged to continue being loyal to paramount chief Mpezeni and the Ngoni clan so that Zambia’s cultural heritage is known worldwide.
And the N’cwala national organizing committee has awarded four private firms and two banks with the distinguished corporate support awards.
Those awarded companies are the Zambia Telecommunications Company (Zamtel), Toyota Zambia, Zambia Breweries, MTN Zambia, ZANACO and Barclays Bank Zambia.
Committee chairperson Noel Nkoma commended the six firms for their continued support towards the N’cwala traditional ceremony.