Contact Information
Office Contact:

Jean de Dieu KAZADI

Office Address:

P.O BOX 661
Avenue KAPENDA N°8
Commune de Lubumbashi
Quartier Centre-Ville
Province du KATANGA- RDC

Country Demographics



French (official), Lingala (a lingua franca trade language), Kingwana (a dialect of Kiswahili or Swahili), Kikongo, Tshiluba

Roman Catholic 50%, Protestant 20%, Kimbanguist 10%, Muslim 10%, other (includes syncretic sects and indigenous beliefs) 10%

Life Expectancy:
53.98 years

GDP per-capita:

Office Staff

Jean de Dieu KAZADI

Office Manager

Manager History:

I was raised in a Roman Catholic family, and my parents were devoted Roman Catholic Christians. When I was around 15 - 17 years old, I started to feel disgusted to go to church, after I saw the abuse and the hypocrisy of the leaders of the Church and their entourage.

This led me to separate myself from the church, until a certain day of the year 1982. This is when a friend of mine talked to me about Brother Branham and a Message to prepare the Bride of the Lord Jesus Christ for the Rapture. He invited me to some revival meetings being held in our district, and showed me a few pictures of the Prophet, on the Clouds of 1963, and the Angel of the Lord in 1950.

This had a staggering effect in my heart and created a thirst in me to go and listen for myself. I went to the meeting the next day and I felt really good. Later on, I made the decision to get baptized in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Two years later, I moved from Kolwezi where I went to high school, to Lubumbashi to continue my university studies. This is where I went deeper in my relation with the Lord and this Message, with other brothers who fellowshipped with us on the campus.

On June 11, 1985, as I was searching the face of the Lord, I received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and from then, I started to feel the call to serve the Lord in the ministry.

At the beginning, we received only a few booklets and tapes until we started to receive the tapes and booklets from Voice of God Recordings in French, after Brother Fergusson came and meet us here in Lubumbashi in 1986.

The first time I heard the voice of Brother Branham on the tape, this produced such an impact on me that I knew I never heard a man preach like that. This gave me more confidence in the words of the prophet even until this day.

Over time, I realized the importance to read the booklets from VGR and to hear the Voice of God through His prophet. I then started to support the library of our area with small contributions, depending of my financial means. Brother Mali from VGR Kinshasa, asked me in 2002, to join the VGR Lubumbashi Support Committee.

In 2004, the Lord spoke to me personally about the blessing of supporting exclusively the vision of Voice of God Recordings and that was tied to my own personal blessing. This is what I have done and I cannot explain the wonders of God in my life since that time. Voice of God is of such importance to me that my whole life and my loved ones depend on it.

Finally, since September 2012 I became the VGR representative in Lubumbashi, after our precious Brother Richard Ngoy went to meet the Lord, during a vote with a strong majority by the local pastors.

Since May 1, 2013, the library of Lubumbashi became a VGR Office which I am the manager. I am grateful to the Lord for the revelation of this Message and to have chosen me to serve Him at Voice of God, what I consider my contribution to the missionary work of our prophet of God at the end time.

May God also bless our precious Brother Joseph Branham for his vision of VGR and the trust he has in us to work with him and to serve the Bride of Christ at the end time.

Your brother at His service

Brother Delphin Takaise Assistant Manager

Brother Marcel Nsata Librarian and responsible for the radio

Sister Gisele Murangwa Maintenance

Brother Jacques Mutoni Guard

Office History

The library in Lubumbashi was established in 1986, when Brother Fergusson of VGR travelled to Africa with the purpose of organizing the distribution of materials, as directed by Brother Joseph Branham.

It was one of the first libraries to be established in Central Africa and one of the most important in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Others libraries at that time were created in DRC like Kinshasa, Matadi, Mbandaka, Gemena, Tshikapa, Kananga, Kolwezi, Likasi and Mbuji-Mayi.

Our current office manager, Brother Jean de Dieu Kazadi, is the fifth to be at the post of leading the operations of Voice of God in Lubumbashi and its surroundings areas. Others before him included Brother Fidel, Brother Ilunga and more recently, Brother Richard Ngoyi, who went to be with the Lord in 2012.

One of the great achievements was how the Lord led Brother Ngoyi in 2007 to put in place a radio station, being installed on the premises of the VGR Lubumbashi Library. VGR Lubumbashi owns the radio station and broadcasts the sermons of Brother Branham twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. We were told that if you get a taxi in Lubumbashi, there is a strong possibility that you will hear Brother Branham on the radio while you are going to your destination!

Areas served by VGR Office Lubumbashi :

Likasi, Kolwezi, Dilolo, Kamina, Kalemie, Kabalo, Kongolo, Lubudi, Lubumbashi, Solwezi (Zambia), Saorimo, Lukata, Akalemba, Mukonda, Sakambuji(Angola)