Mgilija Nhleko, The Fired Former Zulu Regiments Leader Is Asking For Forgiveness From King Misuzulu

Mgilija Nhleko, The Fired Former Zulu Regiments Leader Is Asking For Forgiveness From King Misuzulu

JUST IN: Mgilija Nhleko, the fired former Zulu regiments leader is asking for reconciliation with King Misuzulu ka Zwelithini, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi and the Royal Family after a few disagreements.

Nhleko and some senior members of family went to KwaKhangelamankengane palace in order to have a word with the Royal Family.

This is after they disobeyed the King in several incidents, in one of them when the King was supposed to cleanse his weapons through a hunt before he ascended to the throne. He was instructed not to go with the Royal Army to show support for Jacob Zuma but he disobeyed that order and chose to go anywhere.

The Amabutho( Royal Army) only get to be dispatched by the King and they are also not to do the royal call of “Bayede” without his presence and all those two conditions were violated. The king didn’t want to go for the hunt as well as to Nkanda because he did not want to be in contravention of the covid-19 regulations.

When Jacob Zuma was asked about his feelings that the King didn’t want to dispatch the Amabutho to show support for him, he said that the King is his King and whatever he wishes he is happy with because he too is a member of Amabutho.

 

Mgilija further went on to say that the Royal Family did not buy them the traditional attires, so they had no right in telling them when and when not to wear them. However, the King and the royal family had issue with the fact that he took the Army to Nkandla without the King’s consent, and they used the Royal Call “Bayede” which is only allowed when the King.

Now they have come around and chose to humble themselves before the King and apologized for their actions, so that they can be brought back into their positions because they have since been suspended from their positions of being the Royal Army leaders.