Inspired By reAfrikanization & dewhitenization

We offer a wide range of high quality teaching and activities aimed at restoring Ma’at!

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Abibitumi is primarily an educational institution specializing in live online and offline teaching of various Afrikan languages; most notably, Akan (Twi), Yoruba, Wolof, Mdw Ntr (Hieroglyphics), and Kiswahili. Classes are held in the online classroom using state-of-the-art streaming audio and video technology. Abibitumi also offers classes on a wide variety of topics pertinent to Afrikan Liberation and the Afrikan experience throughout the global Afrikan world as taught by a variety of instructors from throughout the Afrikan world. In addition to the live classes, Abibitumi also offers a community forum where Afrikans from throughout the Afrikan world can discuss various topics in and about Afrikan Languages, Education, Economics, Social Systems, Health and more!!!

Our Mission

Abibitumi is dedicated to the complete and total liberation of Kmt ‘Afrikan=Black people’ and modern Kmt ‘the land(s) of Afrikan=Black people’ throughout the Afrikan=Black world from under domination by eurasians and their anti-Afrikan/anti-Black collaborators. As such, Abibitumi seeks to reclaim and/or create systems and tools designed by Afrikan=Black people for the benefit of Afrikan=Black People in the interest of complete and total Afrikan=Black Liberation, Self-Preservation, Self-Determination and Survival in each and every area of human activity.

Our Philosophy

We are about continuing the work of our Ancestors by reAfrikanizing. Abibitumi is about Afrikan Liberation. Afrikan Liberation is about the freedom to learn/be who we are (Our Ancestors) and freedom from being who we are not (as inculcated by our oppressors).

Our Committment

  • As Afrikans, we have a commitment to the survival, advancement, and maximization/fullest manifestation of Afrikan potentiality of the Afrikan world.
  • We are committed to create and maintain the space that will permit us to develop the necessary skills, motivation and drive to create the necessary focus – individual and collective – to re-construct the Afrikan personality and the Afrikan world towards the Afrikan Survival Thrust.

Our Promise

  • We must strive to consistently analyse, document, listen and speak with as much clarity and accuracy as befits a people with a profound tradition of respect for Maat (Truth) and Maat (Accuracy).
  • A study of our collective history, spirituality, educational and socialization processes, economic and political structures is essential and must be pursued ceaselessly.

Our Values

We are Afrikans=Black People and we are a collective people across space, time, energy and matter. We belong to the Afrikan family and we have an eternal and unnegotiable connection to the Afrikan world across space and time

From Digital Idea to Physical Institution


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Abibitumi Presents: A Virtual Conversation With Dr. Luyaluka

Join for a virtual conversation on Afrikan Spirituality,  epistemology, and other related topics!


After architectural studies and a brief career in Christian Science teaching and lecturing, Dr. Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka earned a Ph.D. (Honors) degree in Apologetics from Trinity Graduate School of Apologetics and Theology of Kerala, India.

Based in Kinshasa, DRC, Dr. Luyaluka is currently the Director of NZIL'ALOWA, a center devoted to solar renaissance as the recourse, even return, of Africans to the traditional epistemology and spirituality that marked the success of ancient Egypt and precolonial south-Saharan civilizations. NZIL'ALOWA comprises a researcher center called Institut des Sciences and an Initiatory branch that introduces Africans, i.e., Blacks, to the practice of African Divine Science, which implies spiritual healing and fighting witchcraft.

As a researcher, Dr. Luyaluka has published 25 scientific papers and authored 14 books on African spirituality and epistemology. His major scientific contributions to academic knowledge includes:

a.       The first statement of a systematic natural theology. It shows that the core corpus of the religion of ancient Egypt, Sumer and Kôngo culture is an exact science.

b.      The simplest « theory of everything », the easiest mathematical explanation of gravitation at the astronomic and subatomic levels resulting from the cosmology of African traditional religion.

c.       The first statement of the naturalized epistemology of African traditional knowledge. It demonstrates that African traditional knowledge is a science based on a posteriori truths.

Dr. Luyaluka is currently one of the leading scholars in the field of African traditional religion, especially in the domain of Bukôngo or kôngo religion.


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