Three Chiefs from Muchinga and Luapula provinces have commended Paramount Chief Mpezeni of the Ngoni speaking people of Eastern Province for the successful hosting this year’s N’cwala traditional ceremony.
And the three chiefs have commended Inkosi Yama Khosi Mpezeni for his 32nd anniversary on the helm as Paramount Chief of the Ngoni people.
In separate interviews with ZANIS in Chipata yesterday, Chief Chewe, Chief Chimbuka and Chief Mwata Kazembe praised the Ngoni people for preserving their cultural heritage.
The three traditional rulers praised Inkhosi Yama khosi Mpezeni for attaching great importance to the preservation of their rich culture.
Meanwhile, Mozambique’s Tete Province Governor, Paula Auade, commended Paramount Chief Mpezeni for his progressive leadership for the Ngonis in Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique.
Governor Auade said the Ngoni people have demonstrated a strong will of preserving their cultural heritage due to Paramount Chief Mpezeni’s profound leadership
Yesterday, the Ngoni people celebrated their N’cwala traditional ceremony which was graced by President Micheal Sata at Mtenguleni Park in Chipata district.
The ceremony also marked 32 years of Inkhosi Mpezeni’s rule as paramount Chief.