- He was declared as the ruler of the Lozi August, 1876 at Katongo, Sesheke.
- The succession proceedings were finalized and he ascended to the throne in October, 1876.
- He was ousted by his nobles, who preferred his cousin, Lubosi, in May, 1878. He was killed by poison and starvation in 1879 on an island namely Ng’ambwe.
- His capital was Liandwe
- His regiment was Kabeti
- His Ngambela was Mamili
- His shrine is in Ng’ambwe, Sesheke District
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