Antoine Gizenga cabinet

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The Antoine Gizenga cabinet consisted of the Ministers of State, Ministers and Deputy Ministers appointed by Prime Minister Antoine Gizenga of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Gizenga was Prime Minister from 30 December 2006 to 10 October 2008. His first cabinet was appointed on 5 February 2007, with 59 members. A new government was announced on 25 November 2007, with its size reduced to 44 ministers.

First cabinet[edit]

The Ministers of State and Ministers appointed on 5 February 2007 were:[1]

Ministers of State[edit]

Position Officeholder
Minister of State for Agriculture Mobutu Nzanga Ngbangawe
State Minister of the Interior Decentralization and Security Denis Kalume
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi
Minister of State for Higher Education and University Sylvain Ngabu Chumbu
Minister of State for Infrastructure Public Works and Reconstruction Pierre Lumbi Okongo
Minister of State to the President of the Republic Nkulu Mitumba Kilombo

Ministers[edit]

Position Officeholder Notes
Minister to the Prime Minister Godfrey Mayobo Mpwene Ngantien
Minister of National Defence and Veterans Affairs Chikez Diemu
Minister of Justice Georges Minsay Booka
Minister of Planning Olivier Kamitatu Etsu
Minister of Regional Integration Ignace Gata Mavinga
Minister of Finance Athanase Matenda Kyelu
Budget Minister Adolphe Muzito
Portfolio Minister Ms Jeannine Mabunda Lioko
Minister of National Economy Sylvain Joel Bifwila Tchamwala
Minister of Information Press and National Communication Toussaint Tshilombo Send
Minister of Industry Mboso Kiamputu Simon
Foreign Trade Kasongo Ilunga Appointed 6 February 2007, but did not attend the opening of government – Ilunga's existence is disputed
Denis Mbuyu Manga From 28 May 2007[2]
Women's Affairs Philomène Omatuku Atshakawo Akatshi
Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises Jean François Ekofo Panzoko
Minister of Transport and communication channels Remy Henri Kuseyo Gatanga
Minister of Rural Development Charles Mwando Nsimba
Minister of Primary Secondary and Vocational Education Maker Mwangu Famba
Minister of Scientific Research Sylvanus Mushi Bonane
Minister of Health public Victor Makwenge Kaput
Minister of Mines Martin Kabwelulu Labilo
Minister of Energy Solomon Banamuhere Baliene
Minister of Hydrocarbons Lambert Mende Omalanga
Minister of Labour and Social Welfare Marie-Ange Lukiana Mufwankol
Minister of Public Service Zéphyrin Diambu Mutu-di-Lusala Nieva
Minister of Social Affairs and National Solidarity Martin Bitijula Mahimba
Minister of Women Philomena Omatuku Atshakawo Akatshi
Minister of Youth and Sports Forgive Kaliba Mulanga
Minister of Land Affairs Liliane Pande Muaba
Minister of Planning and habitat Lawrence M Simon Ikenga Lisambola
Postmaster Telephones and Telecommunications Kyamusoke Bamusulanga Nta-Bote
Minister of Environment Didace Pembe Bokiaga
Minister of Tourism Kakule Mbahingana Elias
Minister of Culture and the Arts Marcel Malenso Ndodila
Human Rights Minister Eugene Lokwa Ilwaloma
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Jean-Claude Muyambo Kyassa

Second cabinet[edit]

The Ministers of State and Ministers appointed on 25 November 2007 were:[3]

Ministers of State[edit]

Position Officeholder
Agriculture Mobutu Nzanga Ngbangawe
Interior and security Denis Kalume Numbi
Minister of State to the President of the Republic Nkulu Mitumba Kilombo

Ministers[edit]

Position Officeholder
Minister to the Prime Minister Godefroid Mayobo Mpwene Ngantien
Budget Adolphe Muzito
Communications and Media Emile Bongeli
Culture and Arts Esdras Kambale Baekwa
Energy Salomon Banamuhere Baliene
Environment, Conservation and Tourism José Endundu
Finance Athanase Matenda Kyelu
Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi
Gender, Family and Children Philomène Omatuku Atshakawo Akatshi
Higher Education, Universities and Scientific Research Léonard Masuga Rugamira
Hydrocarbons Lambert Mende Omalanga
Industry and Small and Medium Enterprises Simon Mboso Kiamputu
Infrastructure, Public Works and Reconstruction Pierre Lumbi Okongo
Justice and Human Rights Mutombo Bakafwa Nsenda
Labor Marie Ange Lukiana Mufwankol
Land Edouard Kabukapua Bitanga
Mines Martin Kabwelulu Labilo
National Defencse and Veterans Chikez Diemu
National Economy and Commerce André Philippe Futa
Parliamentary Relations Adolphe Lumanu Mulenda Bwana Sefu
Planning Olivier Kamitatu Etsu
Portfolio Jeannine Mabunda Mudiay Lioko
Post, Telephones and Telecommunications Louise Munga Mesozi
Primary, Secondary and Vocational Education Maker Mwangu Famba
Public Health Victor Makwenge Kaput
Public Service Laurent-Simon Ikenge Lisambola
Social Affairs, Humanitarian Action and National Solidarity Jean-Claude Muyambo Kyassa
Transport and Communication Routes Charles Mwando Nsimba
Urban Affairs and Habitat Sylvain Ngabu Chumbu
Youth and sports Willy Bokonga

Deputy ministers[edit]

Position Officeholder
Interior Joseph-Davel Mpango Okundo
Foreign affairs Ignace Gata
Congolese abroad Colette Tshomba Ntundu
National Defense and veterans Luc Amuri wa Mukulu
Human rights Claude Bizibuye Nyamugabo
Finance César Lubamba Ngimbi
Budget Célestin Mbuyu Kabango
Public works Gervais Nturumenyerwa Kimonyo
Mines Victor Kasongo Shomary
Rural development Xavier Bonane Ya Ngazi
Scientific research Rugabishe Nsenginyumva
Vocational training Arthur Sedea Ngama Zabusu

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Publication de la liste des membres du gouvernement Gizenga 1". Digital Congo. 6 February 2007. Retrieved 17 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "Le gouvernement Gizenga affiche complet : le ministre du Commerce extérieur a été nommé lundi". 29 May 2007. Retrieved 18 November 2011. 
  3. ^ Paulin Kamate (28 November 2007). ""Gizenga II" pourrait-il réussir là où "Gizenga I" a déçu faute". Retrieved 20 November 2011.