I gather from a page in the french wikipedia that the Fataki brothers were at one point involved in Papa Wemba's Yoka Lokolé. And the Nostalgie Ya Mboka website informs us about the subsequent adventures of one of the brothers, José:
The lokolé slit drum, which Papa Wemba is said to have introduced into modern Congolese music (but I have a nasty suspicion this record may have inspired him...), is clearly present in this record. In fact, apart from the vocals one could go as far as to call it the main attraction of this pleasant, but not great lp.
"Formerly a member of the orchestra Frères ('Brothers') Fataki, he joined Viva
La Musica in 1985. Fataki accompanied Viva on the 1986 Japanese tour and moved to Paris with Wemba in 1987. In 1992, Fataki quit Viva to co-found orchestra
Nouvelle Génération de la République Démocratique. He recorded three LPs with La
Nouvelle Génération (the last LP was also his first solo LP, titled Ya Jose)
before retiring from the music industry in 1996. Recently reappeared as a
religious singer (see Debaba biog above), releasing his first CD with this new
direction in 1999."