Kasalobi was born in the province of Katanga, 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 a street 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 on his boss's Cessna 150. The political situation in his native Congo obliged him to seek for asylum in the United States. That trip allowed him to accumulate 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. These classes helped him to become a reporter and a DJ on the African Ambiance show, at KNON 89.3 FM radio. As one of the representatives of Congolese Community of Dallas and Fort Worth, Kasalobi co-wrote the community by-law. He created l' Africana, a Congolese driving school in Dallas. He lives in Hurst, Texas. He loves to travel, the reason why he graduated from Swift University, a Phoenix, Arizona, Swift transportation company. Including Mexico and Canada, he is a US 48-state eighteen-wheeler driver. Kasalobi is an active internet political analyst. He is a full-time writer. Not Broken is his first exciting release. It is a must book to read, a moving and true story based on his own thrilling experience. In this book, Kasalobi goes back to Africa, looking for Sico, his first teenage love. Despite lot of difficulties, he brings her with him to the United States. He pays her nursing classes. When Sico graduates, she flips on him. This did not break Kasalobi's heart. He stood up from the canvas and then dusted his pants. Is he really okay? This is his fight as conveyed in Not Broken.