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CAF - Mokongo eyes podium in Abidjan
He first represented his native CAF four years - at the Africa zone 3 2009 Afrobasket qualifying tournament - and he thinks they have a chance.
Now, Mokongo - who represented France internationally at youth categories until the 2006 U20 European Championship - says he is aiming to represent CAF at the 2013 Afrobasket to be held in Abidjan, in August.
"Yes, of course," he said when asked about his availability to represent CAF again.
"I wish to play [at Afrobasket] this summer because I think we have a chance to finish in the top 2 or 3," he said.
"I think Central African Republic has a good chance.
The three teams that finish in the top three places qualify to the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup to be held in Spain.
"It just depends on how our leaders can put players in a good state of mind and a good working environment."
CAF is rated as one of Africa's strongest teams, especially if they are able to attract players of the calibre of Romain Sato, James Mays, Regis Koundjia and Max Kouguere, who recently told told FIBA.com he was available to represent his country.
Central African Republic is currently experiencing social unrest, which has caused some uncertainty in the national team's preparation, but Mokongo has a view on how to succeed in Africa.
"Angola dominates African basketball because they are structured; they invest in players, local basketball and training camps," he explained.
"There is no secret. It is like everything in life."
Should he play in Abidjan, Mokongo will become of one the most regulars with his national team.