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  1. David Huband

    David Huband


    David Huband (born December 1958), also known as Dave Huband, is a Canadian actor. He is best known for his roles on Cinderella Man as Ford Bond and in the films Cube Zero, Dirty Pictures and The Lookout.

  2. Félix Malloum

    Félix Malloum


    Félix Malloum or Félix Malloum Ngakoutou Bey-Ndi (September 10, 1932 – June 12, 2009) was a Chadian politician from the south. He served as an officer in the Chadian Military and as a member of the ruling Chadian Progressive Party (PPT). He later became the Chief of Staff with the rank of colonel. He was imprisoned by President François Tombalbaye, but was released after a successful coup-d'etat on April 13, 1975. He served as both President and Prime Minister of Chad until August 29, 1978, when Hissène Habré was appointed Prime Minister to integrate armed northern rebels into the government. However, he was unsuccessful and resigned from the presidency on March 23, 1979.

  3. Djikoloum Mobele

    Djikoloum Mobele


    Djikoloum Mobele (born 23 November 1978) is a Chadian sprinter who specialized in the 100 metres.

  4. Joseph Brahim Seid

    Joseph Brahim Seid


    Joseph Brahim Seid (N'Djamena, 1927–1980) was a Chadian writer and politician. He served as Minister of Justice from 1966 to 1975. As a writer he is known for the works Au Tchad sous les étoiles ("In Chad under the stars", 1962) and Un enfant du Tchad ("A Child of Chad", 1967), based on his own life.

  5. Ahmat Acyl

    Ahmat Acyl


    Ahmat Acyl (1944–1982) was a Chadian Arab insurgent leader during the Chadian Civil War.

  6. Hissène Habré

    Hissène Habré


    Hissène Habré (Chadian Arabic: حسين حبري  born 13 September 1942), also spelled Hissen Habré, is a former Chadian dictator who was the leader of Chad from 1982 until he was deposed in 1990.

  7. Kaltouma Nadjina

    Kaltouma Nadjina


    Kaltouma Nadjina (born November 16, 1976) is a Chadian sprinter. Her specialities are the 200 and 400 metres.

  8. François Tombalbaye

    François Tombalbaye


    François Tombalbaye (June 15, 1918 – April 13, 1975), also called N'Garta Tombalbaye from 1973 until his death, was a teacher and a trade union activist who served as the first president of Chad. The head of Chad's colonial government and its ruling party, the Chadian Progressive Party, after 1959, Tombalbaye was appointed the nation's head of government after its independence on August 11, 1960. He ruled as a dictator until his deposition and assassination by members of the Chadian military in 1975.

  9. Ahmed Evariste Medego

    Ahmed Evariste Medego


    Ahmed Evariste Medego (born 7 April 1982) is a Chadian international football striker who currently plays for Gazelle FC in the Chad Premier League.

  10. Emmanuel Nadingar

    Emmanuel Nadingar


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

  11. Louis Gidrol

    Louis Gidrol


    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.

  12. Mahamat Saleh

    Mahamat Saleh


    Mahamat Saleh Habib, also known as Mahamat Saleh (born June 6, 1980 in N'Djamena ) is a Chadian professional football player, who currently plays for US Albi.

  13. Ahmat Hassaballah Soubiane

    Ahmat Hassaballah Soubiane


    Ahmat Hassaballah Soubiane is a Chadian politician and diplomat. He was the Ambassador of Chad to the United States from 1999 to 2004.

  14. Hinikissia Albertine Ndikert

    Hinikissia Albertine Ndikert


    Hinikissia Albertine Ndikert (born September 15, 1992) is a track and field sprint athlete who competes internationally for Chad.

  15. Abbas Koty

    Abbas Koty


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

  16. Abbas Maigue

    Abbas Maigue


    Maigué Abbas (born 24 July 1984) is a Chadian football defender, who plays for Chadian side Gazelle.

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  18. Baba Moustapha

    Baba Moustapha


    Mahamat "Baba" Moustapha (1952-1982) was a Chadian playwright writing in French. His plays include Le Maitre des Djinns, Le Souffle de l'Harmattan and Makarie aux Épines. His posthumously published play Commandant Chaka (1983), a denunciation of military dictatorships, is considered to be his finest work. He is the namesake of the Association Artistique et Culturelle - Théâtre Vivant Baba Moustapha (ACT-TVBM), a theater company.

  19. Haroun Kabadi

    Haroun Kabadi


    Haroun Kabadi (born 1949?) is a Chadian politician. He was Prime Minister of Chad from June 2002 to June 2003 and has been President of the National Assembly of Chad since June 2011.

  20. Sherif El-Khashab

    Sherif El-Khashab


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

  21. Gontchomé Sahoulba

    Gontchomé Sahoulba


    Gontchomé Sahoulba (16 October 1909 – 1963) was a Chadian politician who played a prominent role during the decolonization in Chad. Born in 1909, he was a Moundang chief of Mayo-Kebbi, in what was then the French colony of Chad.

  22. Dunama I

    Dunama I


    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.

  23. Negue Djogo

    Negue Djogo


    Negue Djogo (born February 2, 1932) was a Chadian officer and politician.

  24. Yaya Dillo Djerou

    Yaya Dillo Djerou


    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. Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

    Mahamat-Saleh Haroun


    Mahamat-Saleh Haroun (Arabic: محمد الصالح هارون‎) (born 1961 in Abéché) is a film director from Chad who has lived in France since 1982. He made his first feature film, Bye Bye Africa, in 1999. His second feature, Abouna, won best cinematography award at FESPACO, while his third, Daratt, won the Grand Special Jury Prize at the 63rd Venice International Film Festival. The 2010 feature film A Screaming Man won the Jury Prize at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, making Haroun the first Chadian director to enter, as well as win, an award in the main Cannes competition.

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