- 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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