Zambia is a country in South Africa with a population of 18 million people. For a long time, Zambia was a British colony, gaining independence only in 1964. English is still the state language of the country today, and English names are the most sold out among Zambians.
Since the state is quite young, Zambian names are a mixture of African, European and Muslim names. In Zambia, as in many African states, it is a widespread practice to give children ritual names designed to protect a person from evil forces. Many of these Zambian names can be shocking. For example, the name Chikomeni, popular in Zambia, translates as "kill him."
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