|3rd President of Chad|
April 15, 1975 – March 23, 1979
|Preceded by||Noël Milarew Odingar|
|Succeeded by||Goukouni Oueddei|
|Born||September 10, 1932
Fort Archambault, Chad
|Died||June 12, 2009
|Years of service||1951 - 1960 (France)
1960 - 1979 (Chad)
|Battles/wars||First Indochina War|
Félix Malloum or Félix Malloum Ngakoutou Bey-Ndi (Arabic: فليكس معلوم Filiks Mʿalūm; September 10, 1932 – June 12, 2009) was a Chadian politician. 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.
Malloum retired from politics and settled in Nigeria. He returned to the Chadian capital N'Djamena on May 31, 2002, after 23 years in exile. Upon his return he was entitled to the various benefits allowed to former presidents; these benefits included a monthly stipend of 3,000,000 CFA francs, a residence, and coverage of his health expenses, along with two vehicles and a driver.
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- "Félix Malloum: Retour à N'Djamena de l'ancien président tchadien", Afrique Express, N° 251, June 18, 2002 (in French)
- Décès de l'ex-président Félix Malloum, Jeune Afrique, June 13, 2009 (in French)
- "Chadians pay last respect to late ex-president Malloum". Retrieved 27 October 2016.
Noël Milarew Odingar
|Head of State of Chad
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