André II of Kongo

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André II Mvizi a Luken (1798–1842) was the first child of the Manikongo Garcia V Nkanga Mvemba and his third wife, Lusana Mbandu, a princess regent Luunda. After marriage, she gave a coup in Luunda Empire, and joined the Kongo Empire, thus narrowing the circle imperial Africa, taking all what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo. He died in 1842 due to complications in the lung.

Preceded by
Garcia V
Manikongo
1830–1842
Succeeded by
André III