José Makila Sumanda (born 20 September 1959) is a seasoned civil servant and politician from eastern Africa. He was born and raised in the Democratic Republic of Congo; serving as Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure between 2005 and 2006.
José Makila Sumanda was also appointed the Governor of Équateur Province; resuming office on the 27th of January, 2007. He was also a key member of the Movement for the Liberation of Congo (MLC) and held the governorship position for two years.
In December 2016, José Makila Sumanda became one of three deputy prime ministers appointed by the DRC government to handle top-tier responsibilities in transport and communication.
|WIKI FACTS & ABOUT DATA OF JOSÉ MAKILA SUMANDA|
|Full Name:||José Makila Sumanda|
|Born:||20 September 1959|
|Place of Birth:||Africa|
|Spouse • Wife:||Married|
|Occupation:||Politician • Civil Servant|
Born on the 20th of September, 1959, José Makila Sumanda grew up in an economically and politically unstable region of Africa. His parents were not well-to-do, and Sumanda worked menial jobs as a toddler.
José Makila Sumanda‘s leadership qualities were shaped by his childhood experience. He was raised to act fast, and make key decisions under pressure. He speaks French fluently; with one of his qualities being articulacy.
Very little is known about José Makila Sumanda’s parents. Many opine he spent a large chunk of his time with his uncle, at a very small village due to his adoration for him.
His siblings have been kept off the radar, from public opinion, leaving José Makila Sumanda as the go-to personality by his entire family.
Although the seasoned Congolese politician didn’t make the fore-walls of a school at a conventional age, José Makila Sumanda still counts himself amongst a lucky few – in his generation to obtain a formal education.
Due to the political crisis that ravaged the Democratic Republic of Congo many years ago, several families and locales were focused on survival rather than putting their children through school.
Academic privileges were rare and occluded from poor communities. This did not deter Sumanda from having a go at one of such opportunities.
He completed basic education as a teenager and joined a local high school. His outstanding grades were credited to the extra hours and effort he put into studying, especially at night. He took interest in historical studies and was the best in the subject till he graduated high school.
Sumanda gained admission to study at a reputable University in East Africa and majored in political studies. He was awarded a certificate upon completion of the program.
70-year-old José Makila Sumanda worked as a civil servant for many years in DRC. He served in the public sector for decades after obtaining a degree. At the start of the millennium, José Makila Sumanda joined the Ministry of Works in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Eventually, he was nominated for the role of Minister after the presiding government took charge during that period.
Between 2005 and 2006, he served as Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure; executing key projects in small communities. He was highly regarded by various civil servants and locales.
The following year, José Makila Sumanda won the election to become the Governor of Équateur Province; resuming office on the 27th of January, 2007. He was also a key member of the Movement for the Liberation of Congo (MLC) and held the governorship position for two years. He was succeeded by Jean-Claude Bayende.
In December 2016, José Makila Sumanda became one of three deputy prime ministers appointed by the DRC government to handle top-tier responsibilities in the transport and communication sector.
José Makila Sumanda keeps his quarters closed from public opinion. With much emphasis placed on his political achievements, the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo have paid less attention to José Makila Sumanda‘s personal life.
The one-time governor is also less inclined to social media. Many of his references are credited to East African records on political personalities.
José Makila Sumanda is married but nobody has records of his children.
The Congolese politician and civil servant, José Makila Sumanda have amassed an estimated net worth of $500,000-$3,000,000.
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