The succession of Shimba as a traditional chief ruler of Mibanga, a tiny village in the heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the extraordinary power given to him by his ancestors and heavens had been poorly ignored by his first brutal son Ndumbi. The consequences that Ndumbi endures are the key point of this book. Kibonge, Ndumbi's brother, had changed the face of Mibanga's history in the lineage of his family inheriting his father's throne which was a matter not done for centuries here in Mibanga since the introduction of the public race fight. Any candidate who wanted the chief throne could register his candidacy in order to fight the elephant and remove its two horns. Nobody in this village managed to do so. However, Shimba had been the incarnation of power. From his younger age, he had been given special warnings to be respected and followed since he had been chosen by his ancestors and heaven to rule the village of Mibanga. This book discusses how these warnings and beliefs are a product of today's transformed generation and the consequences of dealing with major conflicts that arose based on spiritual traditions.
Ignorance Becoming a Fact