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Controversial traditional leader Chief Negomo, real name Luscious Chitsinde, has lost his chieftainship after the Mashonaland Central provincial assembly of the Chief's Council resolved that the throne rightly belonged to the Gweshe family.

The resolution was made at a meeting held in Bindura on Friday.

Mashonaland Central provincial chairperson of the Chief Council, Clemance Nembire, chaired the meeting. The meeting reportedly resolved to install David Gweshe as the substantive Chief Negomo.

Gweshe, a musician, has been battling to wrest the chieftainship from the Chitsinde at the High Court, arguing that he was the legitimate Chief Negomo.

The move will be passed to the National Chiefs' Council which would then transmit the information to Local Government and National Housing minister, Saviour Kasukuwere. Kasukuwere will then inform President Mugabe who would effect Gweshe's appointment in terms of section 283 of the Constitution.

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