Biography of Daniel Bumba Lubaki

Daniel Bumba Lubaki, born on August 12, 1982, is a politician from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, originating from the province of Kongo Central. He became the governor of the city-province of Kinshasa on April 29, 2024, succeeding Mr. Gentiny Ngobila Mbaka who led the Congolese capital for 5 years.

Daniel Bumba was elected provincial deputy of Kinshasa in 2018 and is a member of the political party Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS).

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Kinshasa, specializing in Monetary and International Economics. In terms of experience, since 2022, he has held the position of CEO of the Mango Airlines and Administrator of the mining company FALCON Mining SARL. In 2021, he was the CEO of BLD Agency, an agency specialized in communication and institutional events.

From 2019 to 2021, he worked at the Presidency of the Republic as Coordinator of the Restricted Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Head of State, in charge of Infrastructures, Mineral Resources, Energy, Hydrocarbons, and Information and Communication Technologies.

He has also held other positions such as Managing Director at JEANNINE KALENGA Hardware Stores, a professional internship at the Office of Public Debt Management (OGDEP), Accountant at Labo Photo Top Express, and Sales and Marketing Officer as well as a Member of the Editorial Board at La Tribune Journal.

He is a member of the Lions Club Kinshasa. One of the priorities of his program as the new governor of the city is to combat the phenomenon of kuluna (urban banditry) to address the security challenges of Kinshasa.

Contact Information: 7, Tabu Ley Avenue (Ex Tombalbaye), Golf District, Gombe Commune Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Phone: +243 840517030

Email: danielbumba@gmail.com

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