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  • 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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  • Oct
  • He was born in 1871 at Likapai.
  • He was bestowed with the title of the Commander of the British Empire, CBE, c. 01st January, 1946.
  • He ascended to the throne on 13th March, 1916.
  • He attended the Coronation Ceremony of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey in London in 1937.
  • He established Limulunga as the winter capital in 1930.
  • He founded Naliele sub-capital in Mankoya (Kaoma) District under Senior Chief Mwanawina; and Nawinda sub-capital established under Senior Chief Kufuna in Balovale District.
  • It was during his rule when Balovale (Zambezi) District was detached from Barotseland in 1940.
  • He relinquished the throne on 20th June, 1945 owing to ill heath.
  • His capital was Lealui
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Mataa-wa-Ndiku, Munalula Mbangweta, Namakando Wina
  • His shrine is in Mulumbo
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  • Oct
  • He was the eldest son of Mwana’ Mulena Imbuwa Mulambwa.
  • He ascended to the throne by coup d’état which was led by Ngambela Mataa and overthrew Lubosi Lewanika in 1884.
  • The coup was however reversed in 1885, and Lewanika regained the throne
  • His capital was Lealui
  • He utilized all the former regiments
  • His Ngambela was Mataa
  • He was ousted on 04th November, 1885 and fled to Mashukulumbwe region where he was assassinated by Mulanziana Sitwala, c. 1887.
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  • Oct
  • On the 04th November, 1885, Lubosi recuperated his throne by a bloody battle which toppled Akufuna.
  • He attended Coronation Ceremonies of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra at Westminster Abbey in London in 1902. He was decorated with the medals of King Edward VII in 1902, and King George V in 1911.
  • He abolished slavery on 16th July, 1906,
  • Signed the Ware Concession on 27th June, 1889,
  • Signed the Lochner Concession on 26th June, 1890.
  • He maintained Imutakela as his regiment
  • He maintained Lealui as his capital
  • His Ngambela was Mwauluka Nasibebo, Mukamba Njekwa, and Mataa-wa-Ndiku
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