THE dismissal of the Lozi indunas at the Kuta in Limulunga should be extended to theBarotse Royal Establishment in Kaoma to restore peace in the province, says Nkoya Royal Council chairman David Tamboka.
Mr Tamboka said the dismissal of the indunas and the dissolution of the Kuta was timely because the chiefdoms should operate in line with traditional guidelines.
He said most of the indunas were to blame for the differences in Western Province because of their failure to follow guidelines. Mr Tamboka said indunas practicing double standards deserved punishment to stop them from being disloyal to the people.
“The dismissal of the Indunas at the Kuta in Limulunga is good and we want this to extend to Naliele establishment in Kaoma so that peace is maintained.
“Even in Kaoma they are indunas practicing double standards at the Barotse Royal Establishment and are a danger to tradition,” he said.
He said it was not fair that indunas who should lead by example were disloyal to the Litunga, the people and even the Government itself.
Mr Tamboka said the people of Western Province were one and that it was because of such indunas that there was confusion and that purging them out of the system was the best way for promoting peace and unity.
“These indunas must go because they were almost fighting everyone, which was abuse of authority, and this must be noted and we want them to be cleared especially here in Kaoma at Chief Kahare’s area. We are tired of people who just want to destroy other people’s dignity,” he said.
Last week, the Barotse Royal Establishment fired all the indunas at the Kuta in Limulunga for being disloyal.