Dr. Sebastian C. Onyemauwa

Dr Sebastian Chinasaokwu Onyemauwa

Dr Onyemauwa

Senior Lecturer

B.(Agric.) Tech.; M.Sc. (FUTO); PhD (Umudike)
Email: chinasaokwu.onyemauwa@futo.edu.ng

Brief Biography

Hails from Obinokwu Duruemeruo/Duruokwaraku Amankuta Mbieri in the Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State, Chinasaokwu Onyemauwa was born on the 12thof September, 1973 to the family of Late Chief Okenwa Sebastian Onyemauwa and Ezinne Ogbonyealu Margaret Onyemauwa (nee Ofili). Chinasaokwu had his early education at the Central School II Owerri (1979-85) followed by a secondary education at Emmanuel College Owerri (1985-1991).

Following his impressive result in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, Chinasaokwu Onyemauwa secured admission to the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) in 1994 to read Agricultural Economics and Extension. He pursued his studies in FUTO with high sense of responsibility, commitment and dedication and graduated in Bachelor of Agricultural Technology (with Second Class Honours, Upper Division) in 1999. He proceeded for his National Youths Service in Lagos State (2000/2001) and returned to FUTO in 2002 for M.Sc in Agricultural Economics which he bagged in 2006. Chinasaokwu was hired at Premier Secondary School, Orji Owerri Between 2001 and 2005 where he taught basic sciences (Mathematics, Agric Science, Economics, Biology, and Computer Science). He was employed as a Graduate Assistant in (his alma mater) the Department of Agric Economics in the Federal University of Technology, Owerri being among the graduates in his set with impressive class of degree. He obtained PhD in Agricultural Project Management from the Department of Agricultural Economics in Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike in 2015. He has moved through the ranks in his profession to his present position as a Senior Lecturer. He is currently being appraised as a Reader/Associate Professor.

Dr. C.S. Onyemauwa has also served as a Consultant for some Agricultural Projects sponsored by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) which include IFAD/ Value Chain Development Programme (Data Harmonization Project, Minna – Niger State, 2017), IFAD/Value Chain Development Programme (Beneficiary Impact Assessment Survey Minna – Niger State, 2018).

Dr. Chinasaokwu Onyemauwa is happily married to Mrs. Rosekate Ogadimma Onyemauwa(Nee Chikwendu) and the union is blessed with four children.

 


 

EDUCATION

  • Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike Nigeria, Doctor of Philosophy (Agricultural Economics) – 2015
  • Federal University of Technology, Owerri Nigeria, Master of Science (Agricultural Economics)   – 2006
  • Federal University of Technology, Owerri Nigeria
    Bachelor of Agric. Technology (Agric. Economics & Extension) Second Class Honours Upper Division – 1999
  • Training in Computer Skills Acquisition-Word processing, excel and lotus (spreadsheet), power point, among others  –  AFRIHUB, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike – 2010

Teaching Interests:    Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Econometrics; Operations Research; Agric Project Planning & Evaluation; Agric Financial Management

Courses Taught Since Joining the University

  1. AEC 905                Agric Project Planning & Evaluation
  2. AEC 906                Advanced Agric Financial Management
  3. AEC 801                Microeconomics
  4. AEC 809                Agric Policy, Planning & Devpt
  5. AEC 802                Macroeconomics Theory
  6. AEC 902                Advanced Macroeconomics
  7. AEC 709                Agric Policy and Devpt
  8. AEC 701                Principles of Microeconomics
  9. AEC 702                Principles of Macroeconomics
  10. AEC 717                Project Appraisal & Evaluation
  11. ENS 301                Introduction to Entrepreneurial Studies
  12. ENS 302                Business Creation, Growth & Corporate Governance
  13. AEC 403                Microeconomic Theory
  14. AGR 304               Agric Statistics and Biometry
  15. AGR 203               Introduction to Agriculture
  16. AEC 202                Introduction to Macroeconomics
  17. AEC 301                Introduction to Farm Mgt & Production Economics
  18. AEC 501               Macroeconomic Theory
  19. AEC 405               Agricultural Finance
  20. AEC 413               Statistics & Research Methods
  21. AEC 502               Agric Production Economics
  22. AEC 504               Project Appraisal & Evaluation

Research Interest

  • Agricultural Project Planning & Analysis
  • Agricultural Financial Management
  • Gender & Rural Development
  • Food Security
  • Poverty & Sustainability Issues

Research Areas

  • Household Food Security, Poverty, Sustainability and related issues
  • Design, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Agricultural Projects
  • Resource allocation and efficiency issues

 

EXPERIENCE

  • 2013  –   Lecturer I    –   Department of Agric Economics, FUTO
  • 2016  –   Senior Lecturer    –   Department of Agric Economics, FUTO
  • 2010  –   Lecturer II    –   Department of Agric Economics, FUTO
  • 2006  –  Assistant Lecturer   –    Department of Agric Economics, FUTO
  • 2005  –   Graduate Assistant   –   Department of Agric Economics, FUTO
  • 2001/2005   –    Senior Science Tutor    –    Premier Secondary School, Orji Owerri
  • 2000/2001   –   Marketing Executive  (NYSC)  –   Classic Interiors Ltd. Ikeja, Lagos State
  • 1998   –   Industrial Trainee   –  FUTO Farms Limited, FUTO
  • 1996   –   Industrial Trainee  –   Imo State Pilot Livestock Dev. Project.

Professional Affiliations:

  • Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN)
  • National Association of Agricultural Economics (NAAE)
  • Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN)

  1. Ehirim,N.C; Praise, N. C; Osuji E.E; and S Onyemauwa (2018) Economics of Adoption of Environmental Sustainable Fishing Techniques in Costal Mangrove Niger Delta, Nigeria. Achieves of Business Research 6 (5): 65 – 80.
  2. Osuji, E.E; Ehirim, N.C; Rahji, M.A.Y; Awoyemi, T.T; Salman, K.K; Odii, M.A.C.A; Onyemauwa, S.C; Ibeagwa, O.B; Chikezie, C; and M.O. Okwara (2017). Farming Risks and Security Challenges in Vegetable Production in Orlu Imo State. Asian Development Policy Review 5(1):37-42.
  3. Onyemauwa, C.S; Ehirim, N.C; Korie, O.C; Uhuegbulam, I.J; Maduike, I.A; and U.G. Anyanwu (2017). Gender Differentials in Food Output and Food Security in Anambra State Southeast Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural and Food science 7(1): 17-22. Universal Research Publications India.
  4. Osuji, M.N; Anyanwu, U.G; Oshaji,I; and C.S. Onyemauwa (2017). Determinants of Catfish Entrepreneurship in Imo State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM) 19(3): 37-41. Ver II, India.
  5. Benchendo, G.N; Lemchi, J.I; Onyemauwa, C.S; and P.U. Nnodim (2017). Comparative Analysis of Net Farm Income of Root and Tuber Expansion Programme Farmers in Ezinihitte Mbaise LGA of Imo State. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Development Studies (IJEDS) 1(1):210-220.
  6. Emenyonu, C.A; Nwosu, A.C; Lemchi, J.I; Ohajianya, D.O; Chris-Emenyonu, C.M; Agbaeze, C.C. and C.S. Onyemauwa (2017). Initial Capital Requirement, Growth and Employment Generation of Youth SMEs in Niger Delta Region, Nigeria. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Development Studies (IJEDS) 1(1): 122-136.
  7. Ben-chendo, G.N; Lawal, I.N; Ehirim, N.C; Onyemauwa, C.S; and A. Henri-Ukoha, (2016). Profitability and Risk Management Techniques of Paddy Production in Kaduna State, Nigeria. Sky Journal of Agricultural Research, 5 (1): 022-028.
  8. Emenyonu, C.A; Orebiyi. J.S; Eze, C.C; Odii, M.A.C.A; Onyemauwa, C.S; and I.H. Eririogu (2015). Analysis of Land Use Cover Change in Western Niger Delta: A Panacea for Agricultural Land Reduction. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Economics 5(1):92-99.
  9. Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Ehirim, N.C; Korie, O.C; Emenyonu, C.A; BenChendo, N.G; Nwosu, F.O; Onyemauwa, C.S; Osugiri, I.I; Henri-Ukoha, A; and I.U. Nwaiwu (2014). Income Distribution among Rural Farmers in Imo State, Southeast Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 17(1):1707-1716
  10. Ehirim, N.C; Okoro, U.S; Odii, M.A.C.A; Onyemauwa, S.C; and E.O. Okoli (2013). Demand Response for Carbohydrate and Food Insecurity Dynamics in Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development 4(15): 143-150. International Institute for Science, Technology and Environment (IISTE) USA.
  11. Onyemauwa, C.S; Orebiyi, J.S; Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Ehirim, N.C; Nwosu, F.O; and N.G. Ben-Chendo (2013). Risk Aversion among Farmers of the National Program for Food Security in Imo State, Southeast Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development 4(10): 131-137. International Institute for Science, Technology and Environment (IISTE) USA.
  12. Onyemauwa, C.S; Ogbetere, M.O; Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Ehirim, N.C; Ben-Chendo, N.G; Nwosu, F.O; Nnadi, F.N; and M.A. Ukpongson(2013). Household Poverty Status and Child Labour Participation in Isoko North of Delta State, South-South Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences 3(3): 80-85. Universal Research Publications, India.
  13. Onyemauwa, C; Eze, C; Emenyonu, A; Osugiri, I; Nnadi, N; and C. Tasie (2013). Resource Use Efficiency and Productivity of Food Crop Farmers in Idemili North of Anambra State, Nigeria. Wudpecker Journal of Agricultural Research 2(2):043-048 2013.
  14. Osugiri, I.I; Ugochukwu, A.I; Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Onyemauwa, C.S; and G.N. Ben-Chendo (2012). Population Dynamics, Labour and Small-Holder Farmers’ Productivity in Southeast Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development; 3(12):95-101. International Institute for Science, Technology and Environment, USA.
  15. Osugiri, I.I; Korie, O.C; Onyemauwa, C.S; Ejiogu, A.O; and O.C. Osuagwu (2012). Credit Acquisition, Defaults and Consequences on Small-holder Poultry Production in Owerri Agricultural Zone, Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Research and Technology 1(6): 100-105.
  16. Onyemauwa, C.S. (2012). Analysis of Women Participation in Cassava Production and Processing in Imo State, Southeast Nigeria. Agricultura Tropica Et SubTropica Journal 45 (2): 72-77. Institute of Tropics and Subtropics; Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic.
  17. Onyemauwa, C.S. (2012). Analysis of Fresh and Dried Fish Marketing in Southeast Nigeria. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare. 2 (4): 74-84. International Institute for Science, Technology and Environment.
  18. Onyemauwa, C.S. (2010). Marketing Margin and Efficiency of Watermelon Marketing in Niger Delta Area of Nigeria. Agricultura Tropica Et Subtropica43 (3): 196-201. Institute of Tropics and Subtropics; Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic.
  19. Nwaiwu, I.U; Ohajianya, D.O; Ibekwe, U.C; Amaechi, E.C.C; Emenyonu, C.A; Onyemauwa,C.S; Henri-Ukoha, A; and F.A. Kadiri (2010). Comparative Analysis of the Allocative Efficiency of Cassava Producers that use External and Internal Inputs in Imo State, Nigeria. Academia Arena Journal 2 (11): 96-102. Marsland Press, New York, U.S.A.
  20. Emenyonu, C.A; Odii, M.A.C.A; Ohajianya, D.O; Henri-Ukoha, A; Onyemauwa, C.S; Benchendo, G.N; and O.U. Munonye (2010). Effects of Waste Water Use on Vegetable Crop Production in Imo State, Nigeria. Researcher Journal 2 (10): 47-56. Marsland Press, New York, U.S.A.
  21. Ibekwe, U.C; Eze, C.C; Onyemauwa, C.S; Henri-Ukoha, A; Korie, O.C; and I.U.Nwaiwu (2010). Determinants of Farm and Off-farm Income among Farm Households in Southeast Nigeria. Academia Arena 2 (10): 58-61. Marsland Press, New York, U.S.A.
  22. Emenyonu, C.A; Inyang, N.N; Ohajianya, D.O; Henri-Ukoha, A; Onyemauwa, C.S; and F.A. Kadiri (2010). Role of Cassava in Minimizing Food Insecurity in Owerri North L.G.A. of Imo State. Academia Arena 2 (10):80-85. Marsland Press, New York, U.S.A.
  23. Ibekwe, U.C; Eze, C.C; Ohajianya, D.O; Orebiyi, J.S; Onyemauwa, C.S; and O.C.Korie (2010). Determinants of Non FarmIncone among Farm Households in Southeast Nigeria. Researcher  2 (7): 49-52. Marsland Press, New York, U.S.A.
  24. Onyemauwa, C.S. (2010). Analysis of Household Consumption of Cassava Products in Ohaozara, Ebonyi State, Southeast Nigeria. Researcher. 2 (6): 1-6. Marsland Press, New York, USA.
  25. Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Ehirim, N.C.; Emenyonu, C.A.; Onyemauwa, C.S.; Nwosu, F.O.; Ohajianya, D.O.; Eze, C.C.; Anyanwu, G.A.; Oguoma, N.N.O. and B.O. Esonu (2010). Post-Avian Flu Profitability and Resource Use Efficiency of Broiler Farmers in Akwa Ibom State, South-South, Nigeria. Agricultural Journals 5(2): 37-44.Medwell Journals 2010.
  26. Okafor, R; Emenyonu, C.A; Odii, M.A.C.A; and C.S. Onyemauwa (2010). Efficiency of Resource Allocation among Cocoyam (colocasia esculenta) Producers in Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science 2(4): 73-76.
  27. Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Ehirim, N.C; Emenyonu, C.A; Onyemauwa, C.S; and I.B. Okoye (2010). Analysis of the Income and Household Expenditure Patterns of Sub-Urban Inhabitants in Owerri West Local Government Area of Imo State. International Journal of Agric and Rural Development (IJARD) 13(1): 19-26.
  28. Ehirim, N.C; Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Emenyonu, C.A;   Onyemauwa, C.S; and O.G. Ugochukwu (2008). Profitability Analysis of Sustainable Swine Production in Abia State, Nigeria. Animal Production Research Advances, 4(1): 63-72, 2008.
  29. Onyemauwa, C.S; Odii, M.A.C.A; Lemchi, J.I; Eze, C.C; Ibekwe, U.C. and C.A. Emenyonu (2008). Analysis of Household Consumption of Cereals in Owerri Municipality, Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Research (IJAR), Academic Journal Inc. New York, U.S.A. 3(4): 273-280.
  30. Obih, U; Emenyonu, C.A; Onyemauwa, S. C; Odii, M.A.C.A.  and R.M. Okafor (2008). Welfare Effects of Shifting from Tariff to Ban on Rice Import Policies in Nigeria. Medwell Journals, Pakistan. Medwell Online. The Social Sciences, 3(4):309 – 321.
  31. Oguoma, N.N.O; Nwosu, F.O; Onyemauwa,  C.S; Osugiri, I.I.  and N.G. Ben-Chendo (2007). Influence of Fertilizer Use on Small-Holder Food Crops Production in Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Sciences, 1(3):206-213.
  32. OguomaN.N.O; Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Onyemauwa, C.S. and F.O. Nwosu (2007). Analysis of Labour Demand, Supply and Utilization by Smallholder Mixed Farmers in Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 10(1):99-105.
  33. Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Ehirim, N.C; Emenyonu, C.A. and C.S.Onyemauwa (2007). Financing Swine Production in Imo State: Problems and Prospects – NACRDB Perspective. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 10(1): 130 – 133.
  34. Emenyonu, C.A; Ehirim, N.C; Onyeagocha, S.U.O. and C.S. Onyemauwa (2007). Sustainable Pig Production Under Alternative Feed Sources and Management in Owerri Zone, Nigeria. Animal Production Research Advances, 3(3): 245 – 249.
  35. Onyemauwa, C. S; Onyeagocha, S.U.O; Ehirim, N.C and C.A. Emenyonu (2007). Economies of Scale of Cassava – Maize Intercropping Mixtures in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Sciences, 1(2):174 -178, Sept. 2007.
  36. Ehirim, N.C; Onyemauwa, C.S; Ikheloa, E and I.E. Umezurumba (2007). Economics of Yam Marketing in Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria. . International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Sciences, 1(1): 51 – 56, March 2007.
  37. Onyemauwa, C.S; Eze, C.C; Oguoma, N.N.O; Ehirim, N.C. and I.I. Osugiri (2007). Allocative Efficiency and Output Elasticity of Crop Mixture Farmers by Gender in Nwangele, Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 10(2):50-55.
  38. Onyemauwa, C.S. and M.A.C.A. Odii (2006). Comparative Analysis of Fadama and Non – Fadama Farmers in Imo State. Journal of Agricultural Research and Policies, 2(1): 1 – 7, 2007.
  39. Onyemauwa, C.S; Odii, M.A.C.A; Emenyonu, C.A and I.I. Osugiri (2006). Determinants of the Revenue and Productivity of Fadama Farmers in Imo State. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2(3): 255 – 261, Sept; 2006.
  40. Emenyonu, C. A; Odii, M.A.C.A; Chilaka, U.F; Onyemauwa, C.S; and C.F. Anaeto (2006). Appraisal of Pig Production in Songhai Redemption Farm Nekede, Imo State, Nigeria. Animal Production Research Advances 2(4): 208-212. Tapas Institute of Scientific Research and Development.
  41. Odii, M.A.C.A. and C.S.V. Onyemauwa (2003). Improving Balance of Payment in Nigeria through Agricultural Earnings. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research, 3(2): 42 – 54, 2003.
  42. Odii, M.A.C.A. and C.S.V. Onyemauwa (2001). Costs and Returns of Cassava Marketing in Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 2: 117 – 124, 2001.
  43. Orebiyi, J.S; Tasie, C.M; Onyemauwa, C.S; and S. Emeya (2014). Mitigating Climate Change Effects on Agriculture in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists held at the Federal University of Tecgnology, Akure.
  44. Osugiri, I.I; Eze, C.C; Onyemauwa, C.S; Henri-ukoha, A; and E.C. Nwaihu (2012). Evaluation of the Output of Cassava-based Fadama III Food Crop Farmers in Imo State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria held at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Nigeria. Oct. 15th -19th.
  45. Eze,C.C.;Orebiyi, J.S.; Korie, O.C.; Ohajianya, D.O.; Onyemauwa, C.S.; Onyeagocha,S.U.O.; Ugochukwu, A.I.; Eze, V.C. and C.A.O. Awulonu (2010). Food Production, Agro-biodiversity and Sustainable Rural Development: Nigeria in Perspective. In the Proceedings of the 84th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Economics Society at Edinburgh,          Scotland, UK. Tues. 30th –Wed. 31st March, 2010. aes.ac.uk.
  46. Onyemauwa, C.S; Eze, C.C; Emenyonu, C.A; Nwosu, F.O. and I.I. Osugiri (2010). Determinants of Supply and Marketing Margin of Non-Timber Forest Products in Owerri Area of Imo State. Proceedings of the 44th  Annual Conference of the Agricultural Society of  Nigeria, held          at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho; 18th – 22nd October, 2010. Pp 78-81.
  47. Emenyonu,C.A.; Henri-Ukoha, A.; Onyemauwa, C.S. and R.M.Okafor (2009). Alleviating Climate Change and Threat to Nigeria’s Food Security via Organic Agriculture. Proceedings of the 5th National Conference of Organic Agriculture Project in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria held at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri. 15th – 19th November, 2009.Pp 31-33.
  48. Onyemauwa,C.S.; Odii, M.A.C.A.; Lemchi, J.I.; Emenyonu, C.A. and S.U.O. Onyeagocha (2008). Management and Profitability Potentials of the Fadama Project in Imo State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) held at 750 Seater Lecture Theatre, Main Campus University of Abuja, 7th – 10th pp.207-216.
  49. Ehirim, N.C.; Oguoma, N.N.O.; Onyeagocha, S.U.O.; Korie, O.C.; Emenyonu, C.A. and C. Onyemauwa (2008). Determinants of Aggregate Household Demand for Edible oil in Imo State. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria, held at  Faculty of Law Auditorium, CAS             Campus. Ebonyi State University, Abakiliki, Nigeria. 19th -23rd  October,  Pp 881 – 885.
  50. Emenyonu, C.A.; Okafor, R.M.; Onyemauwa, C.S. and M.A.C.A.Odii (2008). Analysis of Biodiversity, Poverty Linkages and Related Policies. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Agricultural Society of  Nigeria, held at  Faculty of Law Auditorium, CAS Campus. Ebonyi State University, Abakiliki, Nigeria.19th -23rd pp.1061-1063.
  51. Eze, C; Eze, V; Korie, O; Orebiyi, J; Onyemauwa, S; Mathews-Njoku, E; Onoh, P and C. Asiabaka (2008). Climate Change, Crop Production and Adaptation Strategies in Nigeria. In Nwajiuba, C(ed) Climate Change and Adaptation in Nigeria. W. Doppler and S. Bauer(ed). Farming and Rural Systems Economics; Hohenheim-Stuttgart, Germany. Vol. 95. Margraf Publishers Germany, August 2008.Pp. 27-34.
  52. Onyemauwa, C.S.; Emenyonu, C.A.; Odii, M.A.C.A.; Lemchi, J.I. and R.M.Okafor (2008). Analysis of processing and Marketing of Rice in Abakiliki Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 22nd Annual National Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN), held at University of Agriculture, Makurdi, 8th – 11th 2008. Pp. 244 – 251.
  53. Osugiri, I.I.; Oguoma, N.N.O.; Odii, M.A.C.A. and C. Onyemauwa (2007). Empowering Women Participation in Rural Development through Palm Fruits Processing in Imo State, Southeastern Nigeria. Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria held at Institute for Agricultural Research, Samaru, Ahmadu bello University, Zaria, 22nd – 26th Oct., Pp.641-643.
  54. Osugiri, I.I.; Onyemauwa, S. and I.I. Ibeawuchi (2006). Economics of Smallholder Oil Palm Fruit Processing Enterprise in Imo State, Southeastern Nigeria. Processing in Imo State, Southeastern Nigeria. Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria held at National Root Crops Research Institute, Umudike, Abia State, 16th -20th, pp. 150-154.
  55. Emenyonu, C.A.; Okafor, R.M.; Odii, M.A.C.A.; Agu, E.C. and S. Onyemauwa (2006). Minimizing Food Insecurity among Farming Households in Oji River L.G.A. of Enugu State. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) held at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, 27th – 30th Nov., 2006. Pp. 360-367.

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