• 30
  • Oct
  • He was the son of Mulambwa. He ascended to the throne on the death of his younger brother, Silumelume. He was defeated by Sebitwane. He fled and sought refuge at Lipu Island. He was poisoned by his wife and died at Lukulu Fort, c. 1840.
  • His capital was
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Omei
  • His shrine is in
  • 30
  • Oct
  • He was the son of Mulambwa Santulu. He ascended to the throne on the death of his father, c. 1830. He was assassinated during the performances at the Kuta.
  • His capital was Lilundu
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Muswa
  • His shrine is in Namaweshi
  • 30
  • Oct
  • He is well remembered for his dear love to nature and the animals. But he is prominently remembered for founding and promulgating laws relating to marriages and property. He died, c. July, 1830.
  • His capital was Lilundu
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Muswa
  • His shrine is in Lilundu
  • 30
  • Oct
  • His capital was Naliele
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Muswa
  • His shrine is in Kasiku
  • 30
  • Oct
  • His capital was Naliele
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Namuyamba
  • His shrine is in Lieneno
  • 30
  • Oct
  • His capital was Nakaywe
  • He utilized all the former regiments
  • His Ngambela was Nambayo
  • His shrine is in Namayula
  • 29
  • Oct
  • His capital was Nakaywe.
  • He standardized the flow of tribute goods by installing the Lindumeleti, Ambassadors, among the conquered people. In this way, the Litunga also monopolized the central market which entailed a barter system because the flood plains were rich of maize, fish, and cattle which they Luyana exchanged with dugouts, honey, and bark-fibers which came from outlying areas.
  • His regiment was Imutakela
  • His Ngambela was Namunda Katanekwa
  • His shrine is in Ng’undu
  • 29
  • Oct
  • His capital was Imutenda
  • His regiment was Mbanda
  • His Ngambela was Iwake
  • His shrine was Nandopu
  • 29
  • Oct
  • His capital was Likwa
  • His regiment was Kawayo
  • His Ngambela was Iwake, Namunda, and Malende Sikwanda-kwanda
  • His shrine is in Kwandu
  • 29
  • Oct
  • His capital was Mwandi
  • His regiment was Suyaela
  • His Ngambela was Angulu
  • His shrine is in Namanda
  • 29
  • Oct
  • His capital was Makululalo
  • His regiment was Kabeti
  • His Ngambela was Imandi Liomba
  • His shrine is in Liondo
  • 29
  • Oct
  • His capital was Likuyu
  • His regiment was Ng’undwe
  • His Ngambela was Ing’uwa and Imbala

He was buried in Ikatulamwa. But later on, his shrine was found open and empty. An extensive search found the kingly property he was buried with in a new shrine in Imwambo. He is therefore believed to have shifted to Imwambo.

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