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  1. David Huband

    David Huband

    154 views
    Chadian, Actor

  2. Félix Malloum

    Félix Malloum

    28 views
    Chadian politician

  3. Djikoloum Mobele

    Djikoloum Mobele

    24 views
    Athletics (sport) competitor

  4. Joseph Brahim Seid

    Joseph Brahim Seid

    23 views
    Chedian politician

  5. Ahmat Acyl

    Ahmat Acyl

    22 views
    Chadian rebel

  6. Hissène Habré

    Hissène Habré

    21 views
    Chadian president

  7. Kaltouma Nadjina

    Kaltouma Nadjina

    18 views
    Athletics (sport) competitor

  8. François Tombalbaye

    François Tombalbaye

    18 views
    President of Chad

  9. Ahmed Evariste Medego

    Ahmed Evariste Medego

    15 views
    footballer

  10. Emmanuel Nadingar

    Emmanuel Nadingar

    14 views

    Emmanuel Djelassem Nadingar (born 1951) is a Chadian politician who served as Prime Minister of Chad from March 2010 to January 2013.


  11. Mahamat Saleh

    Mahamat Saleh

    14 views
    Chadian footballer

  12. Abbas Koty

    Abbas Koty

    14 views

    Abbas Koty Yacoub (1952–October 22, 1993) was a Chadian political figure and rebel leader.


  13. Louis Gidrol

    Louis Gidrol

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    Louis Gidrol was a Chadian musician. He wrote the national anthem for Chad with Paul Villard in 1960, along with help from his student group. He and his students were part of St. Paul's School, which is where it was composed. The anthem is called "La Tchadienne". It was played widely on important national events like Independence Day and to this day is one of the most important songs in Chad because it is the national anthem. Gidrol was born in 1922 and has died, however when he died is still unknown.


  14. Hinikissia Albertine Ndikert

    Hinikissia Albertine Ndikert

    13 views
    Athletics (sport) competitor

  15. Ahmat Hassaballah Soubiane

    Ahmat Hassaballah Soubiane

    13 views
    Chadian, Diplomat

  16. Chad

    Chad

    12 views

  17. Haroun Kabadi

    Haroun Kabadi

    11 views
    Chadian politician

  18. Abbas Maigue

    Abbas Maigue

    11 views
    Chadian footballer

  19. Sherif El-Khashab

    Sherif El-Khashab

    10 views

    Sherif El-Khashab is Egyptian football coach, currently a coach of Chad national football team.


  20. Gontchomé Sahoulba

    Gontchomé Sahoulba

    10 views
    Chadian politician

  21. Negue Djogo

    Negue Djogo

    9 views
    Chadian politician

  22. Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

    Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

    9 views
    Film director

  23. Dunama I

    Dunama I

    9 views

    Mai Dunama was the head of the Sayfawa confederacy during the early part of the twelfth century. He was supposedly the first Mai to take a pilgrimage to Mecca.


  24. Yaya Dillo Djerou

    Yaya Dillo Djerou

    9 views

    Yaya Dillo Djérou became a prominent political figure in Chad. On October 14, 2005, when the government of Idriss Déby had to admit desertions in the army, especially from the Zaghawa, the President's ethnic group. These deserters were under the leadership of Djérou; based in the Sudanese region of Darfur Djérou, a former telecommunications engineer, had left Déby's party MPS and became president of a revolutionary junta ("président du collège révolutionnaire") heading an organization called Platform for Change, Unity and Democracy (SCUD), a rebel alliance. The group has declared it plans to overthrow Déby, and is of zaghawa ethnicity. To open negotiations with the government, he has demanded that all political prisoners be freed.


  25. Ahmed Hassan Musa

    Ahmed Hassan Musa

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    Ahmed Hassan Musa (died 1979) was a Chadian insurgent who participated to the first phase of the Chadian Civil War. An Islamic fundamentalist close to the Muslim Brotherhood, he was head of the General Union of the Children of Chad (Union Générale des Fils du Tchad or UGFT), an Islamic political party formed by Chadian exiles in Sudan. Because of the authoritarian and anti-Muslim policies of the President François Tombalbaye, he lived in exile in Sudan when the explosion of bloody riots in the Guéra Prefecture in 1965 opened him new chances. For this reason, he formed in his country of exile on September 7, 1965 the Liberation Front of Chad, the first insurgent group formed against Tombalbaye. A small group, at the Congress of Nyala Musa and his FLT united itself in 1966 with the Chadian National Union (UNT) of Ibrahim Abatcha to form the powerful National Liberation Front of Chad (FROLINAT). Musa early resumed his autonomy and with his the wing of the FLT operated on the Chad-Sudan border. When Tombalbaye fell in the 1975 coup, Musa readily came to terms with the new government. Four years later, in 1979, he was killed at Ati by Hissène Habré.


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