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      David WABELADIO, the maternal grandfather of David WABELADIO PAYI the inventor of this script, was an active Kimbanguist member in 1921. In Nkamba, father Simon KIMBANGU revealed to him as follow: "you have been chosen by God to work with me..."in your family line will erupt the source of knowledge." After father Simon Kimbangu incarceration, he was also arrested and relegated to a military camp in Port-Francqui, where he worked as a mail carrier of the colonial administrative at the same time as a messenger. Father Simon KIMBANGU spiritually granted him a gift of detecting mails by a simple touch, mainly the letters that contained confidential information on the kimbanguism.  Therefore, each time such letter fell into his hands, he instantly began to flicker and was withdrawing them from the distribution system. He was able to find Suspicion after suspicion. The armoury of WABELADIO David eventually ended to be discovered. Few days after having been arrested for his spiritual ability to detect suspicious letters, he died unexpectedly in 1922 in Port-Francqui (currently called Ilebo).

     After the funeral, his pregnant wife LOMBO Marie was allowed to leave Port-Francqui to return to his village in the lower -Congo. (Mpete) near Mbanza-Ngungu where she was given the freedom to circulate  in that territory. One day a stranger came to visit her and forwarded a confidential seal in person interposed. Upon opening the sealed letter, she discovered an important message: "the child to be born shall be named VUMI WA NZAMBI". In Kikongo, VUMI WA NZAMBI means fear or respect for God. When her pregnancy came to term, LOMBO Marie gave birth to a girl who she named VUMI WA NZaMBI just as she was instructed by the stranger who visited her with the letter.

     Later, VUMI WA NZAMBI will become widowed at the end of her first marriage with six young daughters to support. She was remarried later to Emmanuel NSIANGANI.with whom she became pregnant. VUMI WA NZAMBI had several dreaming about the child that she was expecting. Until one day in Nkamba New Jerusalem, Vumi WA nzambi bathed in the sacred water. She saw something very unusual in front of her. A star got out from the sky and fell into the sacred water. All of the sudden, the star turned to be father Simon Kimbangu who was also in the water upstream. During her pregnancy, Vumi WA Nzambi was visited by Pierre Safu, a close friend of her husband who warned her that, “the child that you are carrying has a special blessing. I urge you not to deliver in the hospital. On the 14th of January 1957 Vumi WA nzambi had a horrific pain of deliverance. She preferred to give birth at home just as she was instructed by her husband’s close friend. On the 15th of January 1957 at 8 o clock in the morning David WAbeladio was born. Vumi WA nzambi the mother was very happy to have her only son .                                                                                                                        
      David wabeladio had a normal childhood just like any other child. David WABELADIO. In October 27, 1971 when the late president of Congo MOBUTU SESE SEKO implemented the recovery to the authenticity for all citizens, WABELADIO David will become WABELADIO PAYI. But later he regained his Christian name of DAVID. Although, He was informed about his history at a certain age, he grew up with a certain fear of God and also was given to his education. In 1977 he obtained his graduation as an auto mechanic technician and wanted to become a train conductor machinist. Later he was admitted in a company called ONATRA a (transportation company) as a trainee in the same company training centre in Kinshasa. .
But one day at his 21 years of age, suddenly in the night of 13-14 March 1978, before he had begun his internship, David WABELADIO PAYI, the predestined to an extraordinary fate which intended to manifest in him, was caught by his own history. He heard for three consecutive times a man's voice giving him this specific order in Kikongo language:
"David, wenda ku Nkamba, wenda yobila ye sambila, kadi salu una baka mu diambu dia kanda ndombe"

"David, David go to Nkamba to pray and bath in the holy water, because you will have an important mission for black race."

     Although he was still a fervent Catholic Christian, his faith in God did not prevent him to respond positively to the appeal of father Simon KIMBANGU.
David WAbeladio Payi and two of his aunts Matantu Eva and Mbonga Elisabeth took their way at the buses and trucks terminal of Molaert in the commune of Bandalungua (Kinshasa) where they found a truck traveling to Mbanza Ngungu. As they were waiting inside the truck for departure, his two aunts suddenly saw father Simon Kimbangu sitting next to David Wabeladio Payi with chains on his neck, hands and his feet. Seeing that, they were so scared and began to scream aloud and managed to get out of the truck disturbing the entire travelers who were in the truck. Because of that, none of the other buses or trucks drivers accepted them in their cars. In that day their trip was therefore cancelled.
     The next day, David WABELADI PAYI and his two aunts left Kinshasa to Mbanza-Ngungu, which is located 70miles from Nkamba by train. Mbanza Ngungu is the place where father Simon Kimbangu was sentenced in 1921. It is also the same place where David wabeladio parents are originated. . At the family meeting, David WABELADIO PAYI explained the circumstances in which he had received the appeal to go to Nkamba. Since Kinshasa, He realized that, it was important for him to go, but some of his family member in Mbanza Ngungu opposed on his trip to Nkamba treating him as someone who was talking craziness.

     To escape this constraint, David WABELADIO PAYI had no choice but to leave that family meeting in order to continue his journey towards Nkamba. Both of his aunts Matantu Eva and Mbonga Elisabeth were prevented by the family member not to go as they treated David as crazy. His cousins Mikiele and Nkodia Mafuila accepted to accompany David as they did not want him to go 70miles by foot alone. They left very late in the night of 17 to 18 March 1978 in the secrecy With a bible and lamp-storm in hands, which they borrowed in Nsona Nkulu road from a strange person who was indeed father Simon KIMBANGU. A strange phenomena exceeding human mind soon occur. David WABELADIO PAYI himself considered it as a credible miracle.
In the open countryside, walking to the sides of his cousins, he heard two Kimbanguist songs ECHO coming successively from the heavens. The first song:: "Alleluia, I’m holy do not regret ... …."When Everything is done for father Simon KIMBANGU… ».
The second: "Alleluia!" The glory of God …Alleluia is about to be manifested…….. "The entire world rejoices mainly to those who have faith in the Almighty God."
Curiously, only him who had the privilege to hear the songs  . At the entrance of a village called Kimongo, David WABELADIO PAYI knelt down and began to pray begging God to assist them up to the end of their trip. But before concluding his prayer, his cousins who were both standing with their eyes open and awake waiting for David to finish praying, shacked David who was praying to show him a constellation of stars that was forming in the sky just over their heads which formed a beautiful circle. This was immediately interpreted as a concrete answer to David’s prayer. In their minds this sign was a positive fact that prompted them once more, to continue their journey to Nkamba.

     In the village of Lumueno, they were offered a place to spend a night where they slept peacefully. At midnight, they were awakened three times in a row by an incessant whining of a human voice coming from the outside of the house and resumed their route, sailing without being able to thank those who gave them a place to sleep because they were afraid of that human voice that came out at midnight. On their way, David WABELADIO PAYI felt like an Earthquake under his foot. As soon as the shaking stopped, he was unable to move his two foot, and remained involuntarily stuck on the ground for 5 hours. The lamp they borrowed was also stuck on the ground. His two companions had not felt the vibration but tried to pull David by force to where he was stuck but could not do so. They were surprised by a heavy rain followed by a violent wind, lightning and Thunder. No one could rescue them despite their calls for assistance; they were very saddened and cried all three in the cold. After spending five hours on the spot, David WABELADIO PAYI again tried to pull his feet alone and succeeded with a slight effort. The storm lamp was always glued on the ground; there was no other solution than to abandon it. The fact to remain nailed on the ground was so frightened to them and they decided to return to where they were coming from with only 12 miles that remained to reach Nkamba.  Read More