Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Tshiyoyo Muata of the Democratic Republic of Congo


Her majesty Queen Diambi Kabatusuila was born of a Belgian mother and a Congolese father who was a diplomat in Brussels at the time. She grew up in Lemba and Limete in Kinshasa, Congo.

On August 31, 2016 she was crowned as the Traditional Queen of the Bena Tshiyamba People of Bakwa Indu of the Central Kasaï region, that is part of the ancient Luba Empire, that is today, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Queen Diambi was enthroned by the Bakwa Luntu Chiefs on July 15, 2017 in Kananga and holds the title of 'Mukalenga Mukaji Wa Nkashama Wa Bakwa Luntu' (Woman King of the Order of the Leopard of the Bakwa Luntu People). She was vested in Kinshasa by the National Association Traditional and Customary Authorities of Congo (ANTC) on August 5, 2017.

On March 3, 2019, Her majesty was crowned in Salvador de Bahia, Queen Mother of the Bantu People of Brazil, the historical African Diaspora, which has a population of nearly 114 million people. The Queen was bestowed with the title of Grande Mãe do Povo Bantu do Brasil and received the Tiradentes Medal, the highest honor from Parliament in Brazil in March 2019.

On May 24 2022 she was crowned in Portobelo as the Queen of the Congo Descendants of Panama hence now representing the Congolese historical diaspora of Panama.

From a young age Queen Diambi has been very interested in all matters concerning the restoration of the African Identity through the study of African history and of the cultural traditional Heritage of the continent and beyond. 

In addition to the enterprise of rural development of Central Kasaï is to seek alliances to change the narrative about African People. Queen Diambi promotes the restoration of the African Identity by encouraging people to learn about their true history to appreciate their heritage.

Queen Diambi strongly believes in promoting a culture of peace in the world. To insure that we are creating a peaceful environment in an ever challenging global milieu, it is primordial to foster a compassionate attitude, mutual respect. 

Her Majesty has taken many initiatives to create such opportunities by traveling around the globe to seek friendship and alliances between her people and diverse communities. She encourages people to go outside of their comfort zone to reach out and share their experiences, culture, history and traditions, as well as to learn about others'. 


Doctorate of Public Administration

Ph9. D in Humanities

Professorship in International Law and Order

Master of Science in Applied Psychology and Mental Health Counseling

Degree as Practitioner of Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Bachelor of Science in Business Finance and Economics

Economic Consultant with the Observatoire Social Européen in Brussels for the European Commision

French Teacher in the IT Program, Florida, USA

Founder and Executive Director of the Elikia Hope Foundation, New York, USA

Vice President of FONKABE non-profit in Kinshasa, D.R. Congo

Director of International Relations - PanAfrican Council of Traditional and Customary Authorities, Cotonou, Benin

Chairwoman of the World Indigenous Forum, London, United Kingdom

G100 Chair for Climate Action & Environment for The Democratic Republic of Congo

Member of the Board of Administration of Weaver Africa, Douala, Cameroon

Member of the Advisory Board of the Alternative Development Organization, Tokyo, Japan.

Member of the Advisory Board of the PanAfrican Tech Foundation, London, UK.

Member of the Advisory Board of the Africa Chamber of Commerce Scandinavia, Copenhagen, Denmark

Vice Chairperson of the Global Blockchain Organization


Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Tshiyoyo Muata

Is the owner and founder of The Elikia Hope Foundation

She is partner with both Waever Group and Waever Africa

The Elikia Hope Foundation

Waever Group