Mafwe chief administrator laid to rest

23 Sep 2019 19:00pm
KATIMA MULILO, 23 SEP (NAMPA) – The Mafwe Ngambela (Chief Administrator), Dixon Mubita Lusepani was laid to rest at Kasheshe village in the Zambezi Region on Sunday.
Lusepani who was born at Sesheke village died at the age of 71 on 16 September 2019.
The late Lusepani was appointed to be the second in command of the Mafwe Traditional Authority of the Mamili Royal establishment at Chinchimani-Linyanti Khuta in July 2018.
He also served as a school board chairperson at Sesheke Secondary School before his sudden death.
The Minister of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare, Zephania Kameeta who was present at the burial shared some heartfelt condolences and encouraged the Lusepani family not to lose faith but to be strong.
“Faith is the eyes with which we see God, without faith we cannot see God, when we see God through faith, it lets you see God in your life,” Kameeta expressed.
The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture in its message described the late Lusepani as a fallen great giant and appealed to the bereaved family and the Mafwe community to embrace the good legacy.
It further encouraged the Mafwe community to celebrate and cherish the good things he has done for the community and the education sector at large.
Secretary-general of the Mafwe Youth Forum, Sibuku Malumbano described him as a man with a life of compassion.
Lusepani left behind 13 children and 15 grandchildren.
The Mafwe Traditional Authority expressed that they were robbed of a dedicated and committed man.