Botomotoito Skito Litimba (born 7 July 1977) is a retired professional footballer from the DR Congo who played in DR Congo for AS Vita Club, winning the Linafoot championship in 1997. In Germany, the striker played for LR Ahlen, SC Paderborn 07, 1. FC Bocholt and SV Straelen. He was part of the Congolese 1998 African Nations Cup team, who finished in third place.

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  • Botomotoito Skito Litimba (born 7 July 1977) is a retired professional footballer from the DR Congo who played in DR Congo for AS Vita Club, winning the Linafoot championship in 1997. In Germany, the striker played for LR Ahlen, SC Paderborn 07, 1. FC Bocholt and SV Straelen. He was part of the Congolese 1998 African Nations Cup team, who finished in third place. (en)
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  • Botomotoito Skito Litimba (born 7 July 1977) is a retired professional footballer from the DR Congo who played in DR Congo for AS Vita Club, winning the Linafoot championship in 1997. In Germany, the striker played for LR Ahlen, SC Paderborn 07, 1. FC Bocholt and SV Straelen. He was part of the Congolese 1998 African Nations Cup team, who finished in third place. (en)
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