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Board of Trustees

Our Board of Trustees is the highest advisory body of the university. The role of the board is to provide guidance to the university’s administration for the achievement of our strategic goals.

Dr. Fotabe Elmine

She is the Founder of Fotabe University and the Chair of the Board. She is a Social Entrepreneur, corporate trainer and University lecturer. She was the Founder and President of JSF Group, and Rector of the group’s Polytechnic. She served as curriculum developer for the Catholic University Institute of Buea and Panafrican Institute for Development. She also served as first Assistant to the Associate Provost of CUIB and faculty representative. She is the founder of the Association of Decent work for women and girls.

Mr. Roland Fomundam

Mr. Fomundam is a seasoned Social Entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Greenhouse Ventures, a leading Agricultural Organization in Africa. He has been a lecturer of Entrepreneurship in many national and international Universities, and passionate about youth leadership and Entrepreneurship.

Dr. Takor Ronald

He is the Executive Vice President of Fotabe University and Secretary of the Board of Trustees. He is a university lecturer and trained Accountant, formerly Dean of the Institute of Business and Executive Education at Fotabe University.

FUNIC’s Board of Trustees is set to start work at a time when COVID-19 has changed the way people learn and live.

We welcome the new Board of Trustees and wish the members a great time at FUNIC.

Independent Members

Senator Mbella Moki Charles

He served Buea as Mayor for many years before being elected as pioneer Senator to represent Fako Division of the South West Region in the Upper house. Senetor Mbella Moki has held other strategic posts of responsibility elsewhere such as President of Southwest FECAFOOT, President of Southwest mayors, and is also a Board member of CAMWATER.

Mr. Roland Kwemain

Roland Kwemain is the Chairman of Go Ahead Africa Ltd. He was the first Black to become JCI world President in 2010. He is a leadership coach, corporate trainer, and Entrepreneur. He is passionate about youth leadership and has trained thousands of young people, corporate employees and leaders from over 70 countries across the world.

Barrister Felix Agbor Nkongho

Barrister Nkongho is a bright Human Rights lawyer and founder and chairman of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa. He has served his community in various capacities, including as president of the Fako Lawyers Association, vice president of the African Bar Association in charge of Central Africa. He also worked as a researcher at the Centre for International Law in Belgium, as an assistant legal officer at Sierra Leone International Criminal Court, a human right officer at the United Nation office in Congo and Afghanistan.

Mrs. Bernadette Enoh

She is an investor and the founder of IamAfropreneur, a platform to drive Development in Africa by promoting Africa. She is an Innovative Strategist, Lifestyle blogger and soccer enthusiast.



Ms. Pamela Happi

Pamela Happi is a television personality. She is also the founder and trainer of the Arcadia Workshop, which was created with the objective of promoting the youth to have self-confidence and to build better careers.



Dr. Frederick Tetuh

He is a former mayor of the Batibo council and a teacher and corporate consultant, training mayors and Municipal councilors across the country. He is passionate about community development, and has championed many developmental projects in the country, including setting up of a soap Factory in Batibo, via a partnership with the Korean government.

Dr. Asobo Napoleon Teneng

He is an Industrial Psychologist, expert in Public Administration, and a Management Consultant. He is lead trainer at the Local Government Training Centre(CEFAM), and former Rector of National Polytechnic, Bambui and HIMS Buea. He is a university lecturer and one of the few authors of Management and leadership books in Africa.

Mrs. Adeline Sede Kamga

She is the Founder and Publisher of Fabafriq Magazine and currently runs a PR firm in Cameroon and Europe. She has worked on various Human Resource Projects at the Birmingham City Council in the UK and has worked as Project Communication Analysts for the NHS in the UK. She is the Global Secretary and African Chair of Global visionary women network and the founder of The Corporate Awards, and the Corporate Women in leadership Program