A lawyer by profession, Maître Nodjitoloum Salomon has been active in human rights associations in Chad since the early 1990s.

He has held several positions of responsibility within the Association for the Promotion of Fundamental Freedoms in Chad (APLFT), in particular as Coordinator of the Assistance and Legal Advice Commission, Coordinator of the Clubs for the popularisation of human rights in schools, Programme Director at the Law School, then Managing Director of this organisation. In August 2001, he participated in the training of African trainers in human rights organised by FIACAT, the Catholic University of Lyon and the Catholic University of Central Africa in Yaoundé-Cameroon. Between 2011 and 2014, he coordinated the project ‘Lawyers helping the vulnerable’, which provides legal aid and assistance to vulnerable people. In 2016, he coordinated the ‘Citizen Engagement’ project for the abolition of the death penalty in Chad, funded by the International Organisation of La Francophonie. In addition, in September 2016 Salomon Nodjitoloum was elected Coordinator of the National Coalition for the Abolition of the Death Penalty in Chad. In May 2019 he was appointed President of the Group of Associations for the Defence of Human Rights (CADH), which brings together the six main civil society organisations in Chad.

Since 2008 he has held several positions of responsibility within the Chad section of Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture, including that of Secretary responsible for Information, Awareness-Raising and External Relations.  On 8 May 2017 he was elected National President of this association for a renewable three-year term.

In June 2020, Salomon Nodjitoloum was elected member of the International Bureau of FIACAT for a four-year term.