- The only white traditional leader of Lunda tribe in Zambia is Peter Fisher
- The traditional ruler is also known as Chief Nyamwana and he leads the Lunda tribe of Mwinilunga District
- In line with his predecessor's wish, he was sworn in in 2015
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The only white traditional leader of Lunda tribe in Zambia is Peter Fisher, who is also known as Chief Nyamwana. He leads the Lunda tribe of Mwinilunga District in Zambia.
Fisher was born by Israeli parents in Zambia and was adopted by Chief Nyamwana of Lunda after the death of his parents, The African History reports.
Briefly.co.za gathers that Fisher was declared the heir to the thrown as Chief Nyamwana had no son to succeed him.
Peter speaks less English and speaks Lunda proficiently. In line with his predecessor's wish, he was sworn in in 2015.
In other news, Moses McCormick has gained the attention of people across the world for his special ability to speak over 20 languages.
For many, he has become known as the man who walks up to strangers before engaging in dance as a way to practice his foreign language skills.
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McCormick can speak Mandarin, Spanish, Cantonese, German, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Twi, Arabic, and many other languages.
He said that he actually converses fluently in these languages.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nigerians on Twitter have reacted to the new skit by Debo Adebayo popularly known as Mr Macaroni in which the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, was featured.
Mr Macaroni visited the revered king at his palace recently and Nigerians reacted positively when the video emerged on social media.
It appeared that the talented Nigerian comedian was not going to leave Ife without getting the traditional ruler to feature in his skit.
In the new skit that has received commendations, the monarch used the opportunity to promote the Yoruba tradition of respecting elders.
Oba Ogunwusi preached on the need to kneel down or prostrate for elders as a sign of respect.
In his reaction to the skit, a Twitter user with the handle @SodiqTade said the king has done well in featuring in the skit.
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