Religious leader who was known for being the founder of Kimbanguism, a sectarian branch of Christianity based in Africa with over 5 million followers.
He converted into a Baptist in 1915, and worked as a catechist for many years until 1921.
He was arrested and convicted in 1921 after being charged with sedition.
His family came from Nkamba, and his father was a traditional religious leader.
He was a leader like Nelson Mandela.