Dr. Kizito Ebere Anyiam

Dr. Kizito Ebere Anyiam

Lecturer II

BSc., MSc., PhD
Email: kizito.anyiam@futo.edu.ng


Anyiam Kizito Ebere is a lecturer in the Department of Statistics, School of Physical sciences, Federal University of Technology, Owerri. He studied Statistics at the Famous Abia State University, Uturu and graduated in 1994 with Second Class Honours (Upper Division). He was the best graduating student in his class. He obtained a Master of Science degree (M.Sc.) also in Statistics with distinction. He obtained his PhD also in Statistics from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. Anyiam Kizito has a postgraduate diploma (PGD) in Information Management Technology from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.  He is a registered member of many professional organizations including the Nigerian Statistical Association, Optimization group Nigeria, Society of Telemedicine Nigeria, etc. His early experience as a lecturer started in Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri and Imo State University, Owerri before he joined his present University. His experience shaped his interest in the field of Distribution Theory and Reliability Analysis, Multivariate Statistics, Mathematical statistics and Statistical Computing, Statistical Simulation and Applied Probability. He is a joint author of Basic Mathematics for Tertiary Institution and more than 15 academic research papers in the field of Statistics and Information Technology. He has presented many papers in several professional conferences. Kizito is happily married to Engr. Dr. (Mrs) Chioma and they are blessed with 4 kids.


Academic Qualification

  • B.Sc. Statistics, 1994 Abia State University, Uturu, Abia State
  • M.Sc. Statistics, 2008, Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State 
  • PGD (IT), 2011, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State
  • PhD. Statistics, 2023, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State






Courses Assigned to Teach

  • STA 211
  • STA312
  • STA 411
  • STAT501, STA 518
  • ENS 301, ENS 302.


  • Lecturer: Federal University   of Technology, Owerri 2009 – Date

  • Federal Polytechnic Nekede 1996-2008

  • Lecturer Predegree Section, Imo State University, Owerri 2006 – 2008

Research Interest

Probability, Distribution Theory and Reliability Analysis, Statistical Computing, Multivariate Statistics, Nonparametric Statistics.


  1. Anyiam, K. E. and Onyeagu, S. I. (2021). Gumbel-Exponentiated weibull {Logistic} Lifetime distribution and Its Applications. Open Journal of Statistics. Accepted for Publication.
  2. Anyiam, K. E., Onyeagu, S. I. and Njoku, M. O. (2021). On the families of Generalised exponentiated Weibull Distributions: Properties and Applications. Turkish Journal of Analysis and Number Theory, Vol.9, No.3, 54-64
  3. Ibe, G. C, Ekpenyong, E. J., Anyiam, K. E. and C. John (2021).  The Weilbull-Exponential {Rayleigh} Distribution: Theory and Applications. Earthline Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 6. Number 1, 65-86.
  4. Obite, C. P., Bartholomew, D. C., Nwosu, U. I., Anyiam, K. E. and Adamu, S. A. (2021). Marriage to first birth interval in Nigeria analysis of the roles of social-demographic and cultural factors. Springer Nature (Social Sciences). 1(5) 1-13.
  5. Amuji H. Ugwuanyim G. U., and Anyiam K. E. (2019). Application of Game Theory in Maintaining the Academic Standard in Nigerian Universities. World Scientific News, 125, 72-82.
  6. Anyiam K. and Oluigbo I. V.(2017). ICT and Socio-Economic Development of Rural Areas in Nigeria. Rural Development in Nigeria Contents, Contexts and Discontents: pg 180-195. (Eds) Rural Research and Advocacy Society, Owerri.
  7. Anyiam K. E, Ikerionwu C. and Udochukwu U, Nwandikom (2018). Business – to – Customer (B2C) Multi-Shop E- commerce Application. International Journal of Research in information Technology (IJRIT), Vol 6, issue 2, pg. 12-22.
  8. Nwakanma I. Udunwa A. I, Anyiam K. E., Ukwunna E. D., Obasi E. C., and Bubagha S. Z. (2018). Factors influencing Telecommunication Suubscribers Decision to Port Among Network Providers in Nigeria. American Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology. 6(1), 15
  9. Anyiam K. E., Eze F. U. and Ezeh N. G. (2015): Gap Analysis of Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) Service and Customer Satisfaction. Journal of Electronics and Computer Science. Vol.2 Issue 3, Paper 12
  10. Anyiam K. E., Oluigbo Ikenna, Eze U.F. and Ezeh G. N. (2015), Empirical Investigation of the Impact of Information Technology on Global Capital Market Operation. Journal of Applied Management Sciences, Vol.1, Issue 1, Paper 2.
  11. Anyiam K. and Oluigbo I. V.(2017). ICT and Socio-Economic Development of Rural Areas in Nigeria. Rural Development in Nigeria Contents, Contexts and Discontents: pg 180-195. (Eds) Rural Research and Advocacy Society, Owerri.
  12. Oluigbo I. and Anyiam K. E., The Role of Compensation on the Employee Performance in an Information Technology Organization. International Journal of Research in Information Technology (IJRIT), India. Vol. 2, Issue 4, Pg 458-558. 2014.
  13. Anyiam K. E. and Uchegbulem-Asiegbu Nneoma P (2014), Exploring Body Dimensions to Predict Scale Weight of Teenagers in Imo State, South-East, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research (IJSER), vol. 5 Issue 8, Page 748-789.
  14. Anyiam K. E, Nworuh G. E, and Uchegbulem- Asiegbu Nwaoma P.(2014): Exploring the Political Situation in Nigeria (2011) Elections using Correspondence Analysis for Categorical Data. International Journal of Statistika and Mathematika (IJSM), Volume 12, Issue 1, pp 19-25.
  15. K. E. Anyiam and G. E. Nworuh, Application of Discriminant Analysis on the Classification of Implemented Foreign Assisted projects in Nigeria. Journal of the Nigerian Statistical Association, Vol. 22, pp. 95 -105, 2011


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