Chief Ndiweni Loses Chieftainship

Popular vocal traditional leader, Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni has been stripped of his chieftainship with effect from 30 November 2019 ZBC News reports. According to the publication, this was after his family successfully proved that he is not the rightful heir to the throne.

According to ZBC:

The ministry has also instructed the Umguza district development council to recover the government allocated vehicle, all chief’s regalia and any other state assets in his custody with the assistance of the ZRP, and liaise with the Ndiweni clan to select a candidate for appointment as substantive Chief Ndiweni.

Chief Ndiweni was in August jailed an effective 18 months for destroying one of his people s’ property together with his 22 subjects.

More: ZBC 

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