Nkeiruka Rosalie Ezeji

Nkeiruka Rosalie Ezeji

Lecturer II

M.Sc. Public Administration, B.Sc. Public Administration

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Nkeiruka Ezeji is a lecturer in the Directorate of General Studies FUTO. She teaches Social Science-based general courses. She holds a B.Sc in Government and Public Administration from Imo State University, and M.Sc Public Administration and currently undergoing a PhD programme at the University of Benin. Her current research Interest includes Representative Bureaucracy, inequality, Peace Studies. She has journal publications in these related areas of research interest.  She is a member of the International Research Development Institute (IRDI) and the Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA). She has a probing and analytical mind that interfaces her interests and commitments to reading, teaching and research.


Academic Qualification

  • PhD (In View)
  • M.Sc Public Administration- 2014
  • B.Sc Government and Public Administration- 2008
  • WASSC- 2003




  • Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA)
  • Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)
  • International Political Sciende Association (IPSA)
  • International Research and Development Institute (IRDI)


Federal University of Technology, Owerri.  August 2011 – Date

Research Interest

Representative Bureaucracy, Development Studies,Comparative Public Administration, Gender Studies

Courses assigned to teach:

GST 201- Nigerian and African Cultural Development.

GST 108-Polity and Economy of Nigeria. 


  1. Ezeji N.R, Omeire E and Udensi O (2020). Social and Cultural Change. In EBJ Iheriohanma and C.I Anah (eds) Issues in social sciences.  Owerri: Joe-Mankpa Publishers
  2. G O Unanka, Ezeji N R and Onyenweihwe P.I (2019) Representative Bureaucracy and Employment Equity: Panacea to ethno regional conflicts in the Nigerian Federation. South East Journal of Political Science. 5(2)
  3. C.I Anah, A Nwosu and Nkeiruka E (2019): Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria. Implications on National Development. Lwati: A Journal of contemporary research.
  4. G.O. Unanka and Nkeiruka Ezeji (2015): Self-reliance Research and Development for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Theoretical and empirical insights. International Journal of Social Sciences and Sustainable Development. 5(1).