Moise Katumbi solicits DCI Group AZ in Washington, along with King & Spalding LLP, Brownstein and others       

Moise Katumbi solicits DCI Group AZ in Washington, along with King & Spalding LLP, Brownstein and others       

Even if he is not an openly declared candidate for the 2023 presidential elections, the DR Congo businessman and politician, president of the electoral platform “Ensemble pour le changement”, is working to strengthen his image in the United States. 

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            ▪ Moise Katumbi solicits DCI Group AZ in Washington, along with King & Spalding LLP, Brownstein and others       

▪ Even if he is not an openly declared candidate for the 2023 presidential elections, the DR Congo businessman and politician, president of the electoral platform “Ensemble pour le changement”, is working to strengthen his image in the United States. 

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Moise Katumbi Chapwe has already established contracts with the firms King & Spalding LLP in early August and Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck in mid-July, as revealed by Jeune Afrique, and with the lobbyists Platt, Edwin Alan, in late July, and Milos Ivkovis, since last May.

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