See The African President Who Built Mansion In His Home Village

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He was one of the leaders of Africa who were supposedly interested in living a life of luxury and spending the money of their countries for the benefit of things that were not vital to their people who continued to live a life of poverty.

Mobutu Sese Seko Kuku Ngbendu Waza Banga was his original name before he changed it to Mobutu Sese Seko Kuku Ngbendu Waza Banga. He was the president of Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of Congo, from 1965 until his overthrow in 1997, making him one of Africa’s and the world’s longest-serving rulers.

Mobutu, who in 1971 changed the name of the great country to Zaire instead of Congo and urged his fellow citizens to abandon white names in favor of African names, had decided to prefer their home village of Gbadolite (pronounced Gwadolite) and turn it into an African paradise and a model for the rest of the world.

The small, forested community is located on the country’s far side, bordering the Central African Republic in the north. Massive billion-dollar projects were conducted to beautify it with all kinds of luxury, including large hotels and large airports capable of landing even the largest ‘Concorde’ type jets.

Mobutu erected an electric dam on the Ubangi River near the settlement to ensure that electricity was provided without interruption, as well as three distinct mansions for himself and his visitors in the village…..See More…..

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