Ambassadors are your local anchors for Africa Code Week event orchestration, questions and support. Feel free to reach out to them to get started on hosting your own coding workshops or simply get introduced to other interested schools / organizations. They are here to help you engage as many children and youth as possible in your community!

Louis Diakite
  • Louis Diakite (Lead Ambassador)
  • Executive Chairman, Alink Telecom Group
  • Republic of Congo

Louis is the Executive Chairman of Alink Telecom, an ISP with licenses in 13 African countries mainly located in West & Central Africa plus Tanzania and South Africa. Using technologies such as Wimax, LTE, VSAT and fiber optics, Alink serves corporations across Sub Saharan Africa. Louis has previously held international sales management positions for SR Telecom, Rank Xerox West & Central Africa, Normerel and Cap Gemini, which he left in 1992 to start up Afripa Telecom (Alink Telecom). Louis is also an investor in a couple of companies, including Monicash, the e-commerce company that launched mobile TV services in partnership with the Canal+ group back in 2009; Agraria, an e-agriculture company about to launch a unique platform for 3 million farmers; and N’Zi River Lodge, an ecotourism company running three game reserve concessions in Ivory Coast. Louis holds a Master degree in Electrical Engineering from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieur de Toulouse, France.

Aphrodice Mutangana
  • Aphrodice Mutangana
  • General Manager of kLab Rwanda
  • Burundi

Aphrodice MUTANGANA, social entrepreneur, kLab General Manager( , a tech innovation space in Kigali ,he Founder and Managing Director of FOYO Group Ltd, , a company that designed and developed Foyo M-health mobile application and which is an African online systematic pharmaceutical directory that provides education and information to its users on important issues pertaining to drugs in Africa, such as dosage, drug & food interaction and side effect etc. Information on the platform is classified by country in the first phase, free of charge, focusing only on Africa, an interactive, user friendly platform.

Initiator of tech Support Incike initiative , which is a mobile crowd funding that had been used to address one of the problems faced by a portion of survivors of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, locally known as “INCIKE”. These are people, whose family members were all decimated during the Genocide, and they are left all alone today and they are more than 70 years old. Initiator of idea, , good idea for great entrepreneurs, people share business ideas, successful people with their strategic advice and more than 45 crowd funding online platform that will work as a source of startup capital which is a big issue in our developing countries.

Member of Global Shapers, Kigali Hub and Member of Private Sector Federation/ICT Chamber. Co-founder of WeareAfrican an open online discussion forum platform where people from all the corners of the world can share ideas/homegrown solution of what has to be done in African countries.

Fleur-Ève Le Foll
  • Fleur-Ève Le Foll
  • Founder and Managing Director of Maker Mind
  • Angola

Fleur-Eve is the founder and Managing Director of Maker Mind, an innovation catalyst launched in 2014 and renowned for its ‘Cod Cod Codet’ initiative that introduces young children to innovation through coding. After visiting more than 50 countries and managing innovation for multinational corporations for the past 15 years - from San Francisco all the way to Paris, Tokyo and Singapore - Fleur-Eve is now based in Casablanca, Morocco, where she hosts playful coding workshops to help children (aged 4 to 14) THINK, CREATE and CODE. Her ambition: to leverage coding to turn the African continent into the digital revolution’s next center of gravity. Fleur-Eve is also a member of the TEDxCasablanca team, which features among the most influential conferences in Northern Africa. She is also actively engaged in large-scale initiatives such as Hour of Code and EU Code Week, in addition to being a frequent speaker at conferences (i.e.: Scratch2015 in Amsterdam). Passionate about innovation, Fleur-Eve holds a Masters degree in Innovation & Entrepreneurship from the Singapore Management University, as well as respective degrees from IPAG, Sciences Po Paris and the European Schoolnet Academy. 

Ademola Olajide Ajayi
  • Ademola Olajide Ajayi
  • Software Engineer, SAP Ireland
  • Nigeria

Ademola (a.k.a.: ‘Ade’) is a Software Engineer at SAP Ireland. Passionate about Ed-Tech, creativity and innovation, Ade is the founder of CODERINA, an NGO working to promote and strengthen coding and STEM skills acquisition among African students and teachers. He is involved in several STEM /Coding initiatives such as: EU Code week, CoderDojo and FIRST LEGO® League. Ade is a jury on the Ireland FLL Championship panel and coordinates similar activities in Nigeria. He holds a Masters degree in Computer Science as well as a PMI membership & Graduate Certificate in Innovation in Social Enterprise from the Dublin City University

Malik Koné
  • Malik Koné
  • Mathematics Teacher, Lycée International Jean Mermoz
  • Ivory Coast

In Malik's eyes, learning the scientific culture and values from a very young age is a rich soil on which the world can grow greener and more just. Passionate about nature, people and educational entertainment (‘edutainment’), Malik is an active member of the Akendewa NGO and the founder of He currently teaches mathematics in Ivory Coast and he used to teach computer science and mathematics at the William V.S. Tubman University in Liberia to hundreds of underprivileged students living and working in extremely deprived conditions. Prior to teaching, Malik was a researcher at OUNL (Netherlands) and he worked as a computer engineer for Sopra-Steria (France). He holds a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics as well as in Information, Cognition and Learning, both from the Grenoble University, France.  

Mumen Suliman
  • Mumen Suliman
  • Director, SAP University Alliances, MENA / Pakistan / Egypt
  • Egypt

Mumen is a seasoned business development and training expert with over 18 years multinational experience. Mumen currently oversees SAP University Alliances operations across 120+ universities and colleges, impacting over 15,000 students and training 700+ instructors. Prior to SAP, Mumen was a Regional Lead at Cisco Systems, orchestrating Corporate Social Responsibility Programs and running the Cisco Networking Academy for over 55,000 students spread across 340 academies and 10 MENA countries. He has also worked for the American University of Sharjah as a Senior Marketing Executive for 5 years. Mumen holds an MBA in International Business from Preston University, USA.