- He was born in 1842 in Nyengo. The Lozi nobles proclaimed him as the next Litunga soon after the death of his cousin, Mwanawina II.
- He ascended to the throne in August of 1878.
- He shifted his capital from Sesheke to Lealui and founded Lubachi as his winter capital.
- He was deposed by Ngambela Mataa in September, 1884 who installed Tatila Akufuna.
- He fled to Mashi.
- He set up the Barotse Native Police in 1893 (in his second reign).
- His regiment was Imutakela
- His Ngambela was Silumbu Akapelwa
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