Student Bios

Kateli Edouine

Kateli Edouine

My name is Kateli Edouine. I was born in a Christian family of five children, but in our family, I am the second child who has gone to university. I chose UCBC because when I look at the situation on my country, I am very hungry to see it change and because I know that […]


Madjeo Mungoanenzo

Madjeo Mungoanenzo

My name is Munguanenzo Madjeo. It means ‘God has given peace.’ I was born in 1986 in Nyankunde. I’m a student at UCBC who wants to become a journalist who will contribute to the development of my country by telling the truth. My primary concern is to find challenges facing our country and propose adequate […]


Muno Bahati

Muno Bahati

My name is Muno Bahati Cesar, a student of communications. My dad is a pastor in a Christian church in Beni. In our family, there are twelve people, including my parents, my siblings, my uncle and other relatives. I leave home at half past seven in the morning and go back home around quarter to […]


Ekombo Abdallah Tete

Ekombo Abdallah Tete

My name is Ekombo Abdallah but I prefer to be called Tete, short for Theresa, a name my grandmother gave me when I was born. We are eleven in my family—my parents, my three brothers, my five sisters and me. I also live with a few of my relatives. I like meeting new people, traveling, […]


Kavira Kalume Leslie

Kavira Kalume Leslie

I am Leslie Kalume, born in a Christian family of six children with three girls and three boys. I am a student at UCBC in the communications department. I chose UCBC because it is a quality university with values formed from the word of God. I know that through the education UCBC will offer me, […]


Francine Nabinttu Murhebwa

Francine Nabinttu Murhebwa

I am Francine, born and raised in Goma. I studied my primary and secondary school in the same town. I got married one year after getting my state diploma. I am a mother of four good children, so I’m dealing with my studies and household issues. I would like to become an international journalist in […]


Nono Iyhemopo

Nono Iyhemopo

I’m Nono Iyhemopo. I was born in Kinshasa and finished my primary and secondary school there. Communication is my passion. My country, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is one of the most important countries in Africa but people are suffering just because of lack of access to information. I want to be the voice of […]


Kahindo Vagheni Hulda

Kahindo Vagheni Hulda

My name is Kahindo Vegheni Hulda, but I prefer the third name. I was born in the town of Butembo where I did my primary and secondary studies. I was born in a Christian family of seven children where we have five boys and two girls, and I am the second born. I heard about […]


Patricia Sifa Sikuli

Patricia Sifa Sikuli

My name is Patricia Sifa Sikuli. I was born in Bunia to a family of four children—one boy and three girls, and I am the last born. After finishing my primary studies in Bunia, my dad was transferred to Beni from where he was working. Then I finished my secondary studies in Beni and heard […]


Aulicha Banihasi Samy

Aulicha Banihasi Samy

Kahindo Kalibo Decky

Kahindo Kalibo Decky

Musayi Kathavu Esaie

Musayi Kathavu Esaie

My name is Musayi Kathavu Esaie. I was born in Beni in 1987. My name Musayi in my mother tongue means refugee. I am a member of a family of nine children—five boys and four girls, and I am the last. I studied primary school in 1995 at Kasindi, a village located on the border […]