My vision of the DRC’s future is contained in the government program that we developed for the DRC reconstruction that we called – The Congo Recovery Program submitted to the US Administration and the US Treasury.

I was humbled by the President Barack Obama’s letter of appreciation of my vision developed in the Congo Recovery Program (CRP) on May 16, 2012 just before the Chicago’s G8 summit on May 20, 2012.

We can simple quote the United States president, Barack Obama appreciation words (May 16, 2012):

By opening and building markets for our goods and reducing the uncertainty and cost of doing business overseas for our companies, our international development efforts benefit the American private sector and create jobs.

People believe in such holistic program that the DRC really need to implement under our leadership.  See the testimony section of our website to learn more about it.

It is obvious that my vision and leadership reached the appreciation of the highly ranked Congolese friend. In its last appearance in the DRC hearing case of his life, New Jersey Congressman Donald Payne[1] recognized my leadership and vision for the Congo. With such legacy, I am inviting private sectors leaders to support my endeavor and contribute to make this become reality. We have the skill and experience to build, together, a better business environment for all.


[1] Congressman Donald Payne shares why he believes the future of the Congo is in its youth with a new vision for their nation.
The Committee on Foreign Affairs: Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Human Rights held a hearing on February 2, 2012 entitled “U.S. Policy Toward Post-Election Democratic Republic of Congo.” –