Chabi Eteka is the LCI coordinator in Francophone Africa, based in Benin where he lives with his wife and four teenage children. He has a long association with IFES, extending back to his own student days. In his first year he noticed a few students who lived visibly different lives and shared their faith. When he joined one of them to church one day, he was really impressed by their Bible studies. There he came to faith and soon became involved with GBU Benin, eventually becoming a student leader. He remained involved throughout his undergraduate and PhD studies in Agronomy in Benin and Nigeria, and his ongoing research with international scholars in the area of water and sanitation. He is delighted to serve with the LCI and see the Gospel impacting the University.
Idriss Djoukang is a computer systems and network engineer, living in his home country of Cameroon. He is currently a member of the National Computer Department and works as a computer engineer. Idriss has held several positions of responsibility in his local IFES movement, including President of the student group in Douala, and Coordinator of the student committee in Yaoundé. Within the framework of the Logos and Cosmos Initiative, he works as Technology Facilitator for catalysts in Francophone Africa.
Ahmed D. KORA is a senior member at IEEE, an organisation in Senegal for the advancement of technology, engineering, and communication. He received his degree in Telecoms Networks from the Ecole Superieure Multinationale de Telecommunications (ESMT) in Dakar and received his Ph.D. degree in Telecommunication from the University of Limoges, France, in 2007. Professor Kora was the committee chairperson in Francophone Africa for the Engaging the University Project and he works with the Regional Secretary and the Executive Director to implement the program in Francophone Africa.