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Respect for culture vital

SEVENTH-DAY Adventist Church General Conference president Ted Wilson, donned in siziba, majestically moved with a smile as he passed through the Namoo, a royal kuta ground in Limulunga royal village, Mongu.
The siziba consists of a white shirt, skirt, black shoes, and long stockings.
Dr Wilson was paying a courtesy call to his majesty the ‘King’ of Barotseland, Litunga Lubosi Imwiko II.
For Dr Ted Wilson and other senior church officials, January 2, 2023 will be a special day as they exchanged pleasantries with the king.
The Prime Minister, Ngambela Mukela Manyando, who is an SDA Church member, on other hand, could not hide his joy as he walked Dr Wilson and wife Nancy to the palace after the guests were majestically walked on royal ground by Induna Inete.
A jovial Dr Wilson, who has been preaching about respect for culture, as Christians spread the gospel, interacted with the Barotseland Royal Establishment (BRE) in a relaxed, jovial manner which allowed for some taking of selfies.
After a closed-door meeting, Litunga Lubosi Imwiko II emerged with Dr Wilson and the media had a field day to capture the memorable moments.
Litunga Lubosi Imwiko II was briefed about the mission of Dr Wilson in Zambia and in particular Western Province.
Yuka Mission Hospital was the destination for the team, who were in Kalabo for CLICK TO READ MORE