Queen Diambi Kabatusuilla, Kingdom of Luba, Congo – Interview
Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Tshiyoyo Muata is the traditional queen of the Bakwa Luntu tribe in the historic Kingdom of Luba.
Diambi Kabatusuila was crowned as the traditional ruler of the Bena Tshiyamba People of the Bakwa Indu of Central Kasaï Region part of the ancient Luba Empire in the Democratic Republic of Congo on August 31st, 2016. On March 3, 2019, the Queen was crowned in Salvador de Bahia, Queen Mother of the Bantu People of Brazil, the Historical African Diaspora, she has been awarded the title of Grande Mãe do Povo Bantu Bazileiro by Parliament in Brazil in March 2019.
Queen Diambi holds a Doctorate of Public Administration, a Doctorate Honoris Causa of Philosophy in Humanities, a Professorship in International Law and Order, a Master of Science in Applied Psychology, a Master Of Science in Mental Health Counseling and also hold a Bachelor of Science in Business-Finance and Economics. Queen Diambi is the founder of the Elikia Hope Foundation, NYC and she is the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of the African Diaspora of the 6th Region of Africa, which is recognized by the African Union. Queen Diambi has always been very interested in all matters concerning the restoration of the African Identity through the study of African history and the cultural heritage of the continent.