Kasalobi was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A french speaking country. He became a teacher at Boboto college after graduating from IPN, the national school of pedagogy in Kinshasa. As streets photographer, he made enough money to put himself back in school at ISC, an accounting college. That diploma led him to find a night job at Kinshasa Ndolo airport, there he started taking flying lessons with his boss' Cessna 150. The political situation in his native Congo obliged him to seek for asylum in the United States. That trip allowed him to accumulated flying hours at Acme school of Aeronautics at Meacham Field airport, in Fort Worth Texas. He later took his aviation ground school and his aviation technology at Mountain View College in Dallas Texas where he also studied correspondence, writing and reading. That helped him to become a reporter and DJ on the African Ambiance show at KNON radio, 89.3 FM. As one of the representatives of Congolese Community of Dallas and Fort Worth, Kasalobi co-wrote the community by-law and created l' Africana, a Congolese driving school. He lives in Hurst Texas and loves to travel, reason why he graduated from Swift University, a Phoenix Arizona transportation company at Lancaster Texas. Including Mexico and Canada, he is a US 48 states Swift truck driver. Kasalobi is an active internet Congolese political analyst and a full time writer.He leaned down to reach the phone he had earlier dropped between two front seats, and I saw another Razr phone. It was on the floor, ... Both phones were Samsung; they were both Sprint made. ... Do you have two cell phones now?a I askedanbsp;...
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