Yves Makabi Mungwama, is an activist and a traditionalist Pan African resident in France. Founder and president of the organisation 'Pan-Africaine SHOMARI' in 2004, he works to unite all the Africans and the descendants of Africa together, funding young entrepreneurs and voices the input of African diasporas in the development of their countries of origin and the reconstruction of Africa.
He began his career as an activist at 19 years old, he self taught himself about the history of Africa and with the creation of a research group in the organisation Shomari, began to teach culture and history of Africans and black people in the neighbourhoods.
Yves Makabi Mungwama is one the creatures of the Festival Shomari which began in 2007 and 'Day of the African woman' event which began in 2009.
CEO of 'L'entreprise Richesse Immobilière et Retraite', Yves Makabi Mungwama realized the dream of homeownership for many African and French people who were experiencing discrimination in access to housing of those who did not think they was able to be buy housing.
Yves Makabi Mungwama is known as a strong supporter of black solidarity, through his actions in Haiti after the earthquake and in DR Congo with the project of a Cleaner Environment.
For many people, Yves Makabi Mungwama, represents the future of the Congolese and African youth particularly sacrificed for foreign interests to Africa, he responds positively to the requests of young people in Kinshasa with his candidacy in the parliamentary elections in DR Congo in the district of Funa.
I'm 28 years old, I live in the Paris suburbs, and I am a real estate entrepreneur.
I am a Pan-African activist and chairman in the organization Shomari, in which we work to promote African culture and history.
I support the small local projects for local development.
I am a supporter of change and like challenges; I want to bring a new vision of political, economic and social development in my country. I want to share my experience in Europe and around the world; I want to encourage a constructive approach between the various peoples in the respect of values of each other.
The desire to restore a positive image which is consistently negative in Africa and the DR Congo in particular has led me to "a return to the source" after 7 years of activism in France.
Today, the need to develop the necessary steps to bring change and to build sustainajulibly and socially encourages me to get more involved in finding solutions for the wellbeing of every Congolese person.
I wish with my candidacy to become much closer to the population, to participate in the social progress of all Congolese people and to serve the Diasporas and black people of the world.
Congolese soil belongs to all children of that country, but the distribution of the benefits from work done by the Congolese people and the management of profits collected are not being shared equally and that fuels hatred and vengeance. If all Congolese could satisfy their hunger and had access to good education why would they leave the country? Accept criticism to the extent of everyone's freedom of speech in order to promote trade and helping to reconstruct the nation.
Before eating, working or talking about the vision of society, we need KO KOMBOLA! To clean up our environment and remove every spiritual and material impurity that has a negative impact on our behaviour and mentality then it's time to give way to the generation of builders of the Kongo Ya Sika (New Congo).