Ndjodi Ndeunyema is an MPhil in Law Candidate at Oxford University and has an offer to continue as a DPhil student in October 2017. Ndjodi has previously completed the MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice and the BCL from Oxford. Hailing from the south western corner of Africa, Ndjodi previously served as the Vice President of the Africa Society and was head of the three member working committee that was mandated with drafting the Africa Society Constitution in 2015/16.
Ndjodi is keen to build upon the successes that he has helped the Society register this year: from the scholarship portfolio and the work on increasing access in collaboration with the Africa Oxford Initiative, the increased social presence and relevance of the Society in the lives of members, and the new model of organisation adopted by the Oxford Africa Conference this year.
Apart from his studies and sporting activities, Ndjodi is an Editor of the prestigious Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, an amateur footballer and pursues subsistence farming whenever back home in his Namibian village.