Prof. Kenneth U. Nnadi

Prof. Kenneth Ugwu Nnadi

Current Postal Address: Department of Maritime Management Technology,

The Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State
Permanent Home Address: Egbelu Agbala; Owerri, Imo State
E-mail: kennethnnadi@yahoo.com, kenneth.nnadi@futo.edu.ng
Telephone: 08037523584, 08150745768

 

Biography

Prof Nnadi has conducted viability and feasibility studies for transport companies of the private sector and public-private-partnership, involving estimation of market size and formulation of pricing policies for market entry, penetration, and retention; and market share expansion. He has conducted research into Comparative Economics of the modes of transport, including pipelines, and has done extensive analysis of the zerorisation principle in road transportation of white petroleum products in Nigeria. His current research objectives are to estimate, with mathematical precision, prevailing price-, income-, and cross- elasticity in Nigeria’s waterways, airways and roads; and to establish correct magnitudes and parameters for port economic impact assessment. He has recently developed an interest in Nigeria’s compliance with International Maritime Organisation, IMO, conventions relating to deep sea shipping.

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED, WITH DATES:

  1. Community School, Agbala, Owerri, Imo State (1966- June 1973).
  2. Holy Ghost Juniorate, Ihiala, Anambra State, (Sept. 1973-July 1975).
  3. Anthony’s Secondary School, Azia, Ihiala, Anambra State (October 1975 – June, 1978.)
  4. University of Port – Harcourt, Port Harcourt, (October 1979-October, 1983); (October 1991 – December. 1993); and (June 1997 – ­May, 2002).

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED, WITH DATES:

  1. First School Leaving Certificate (Distinction) June 1973.
  2. West African School Certificate (Division One) June 1978.
  3. B.Sc. (Ed.) Economics (Second Class, Upper Division) October, 1983.
  4. M.Sc. Economics (1994).
  5. PhD. Economics (2002).

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/MEMBERSHIP:

  1. Associate Member, Nigerian Association of Business Educators. (MNABE) 1991.
  2. Member, Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (MNATT) 1995.
  3. Chartered Member, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. (CMIL T). 2006 Membership No. A 75
  4. Member, Nigerian Economic Society (MNES) 2007. Membership No FM 3168
  5. Registered Freight Forwarder (RFF), Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria, 2009
  6. Professional Teacher – Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, 2017
  7. Certificate in Software Tools for Engineering Solutions (MATLAB, Visual Basic, HTML, C++), Centre for Energy and Power Systems Research, FUTO, 2006
  8. Certificate in Unified Rules Related to the Transportation of Cargo By Air, JETSET, Lagos, 2010
  9. Certificate in Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institutions, Digita Bridge Institute, Abuja, 2012

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:

  1. Tutor, English Language, Community Secondary School, Obibi­Ezena, Owerri. January – September 1979.
  2. Lecturer, Statistics and Mathematical Economics, Department of Economics, Anambra State College of Education, Awka. (October 1983 – October 1984) NYSC.
  3. Part-time Lecturer, Mathematics and Economics: College of Commerce and Management Studies, Kawo, Kaduna. August- October 1985.
  4. Education Officer (Mathematics and Economics), Government Senior Science Secondary, Monguno (1985-1989), Borno State Ministry of Education, Maiduguri
  5. Lecturer in Economics, Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum, Yobe State (May 1989 – July 2000).
  6. Chief Consultant, Economic Instructors (Nig.) Ltd. Owerri (August 2000 – October 2001).
  7. Lecturer I, Department of Transport Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State (October 2001 –September 2004)
  8. Senior Lecturer, Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State (October 2004 – September 2007)
  9. Associate Professor, Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State (October 2007 –September 2010.)
  10. Professor, Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State (October, 2010-)

 

PRESENT EMPLOYER – Federal University of Technology, Owerri, STATUS – Professor,  SALARY – UASS 7 Step 8

 

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS:

Econometrics, Maritime Economics and Quantitative Economic Theory

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:

  1. Dean, School of Business Education and Head, Department of Accounting, Federal College of Education   (Technical), Potiskum (January 1997 – July 2000).
  2. Head, Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri (April 2005 – October 2006; January 2008 – November 2008; November 2013 – July 2016)
  3. Head, Department of Transport Management Technology, , Federal University of Technology, Owerri (Oct. 2006 – December, 2007 )
  4. Associate Dean, School of Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri (July, 2011- January, 2014)

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

  1. Table Tennis
  2. Photography
  3. Jogging

PUBLICATIONS

A.      BOOKS AUTHORED

  1. Nnadi, K. U. (1997): The Petroleum Economics of Nigeria in Retrospect 1 Aba: Onuoha Publishers Ltd.
  2. Nnadi, K.U. (1997): The Petroleum Economics of Nigeria in Retrospect Vol. 2 Aba: Onuoha Publishers Ltd

B. BOOKS CO-AUTHORED

  1. Nnadi, K. U. and Falodun, A. B. (1992): Economics for Senior Secondary Schools, Book 1, Lagos, Longman.
  2. Nnadi, K. U. and Falodun, A. B. (1993): Economics for Senior Secondary Schools, Book 2, Lagos, Longman.
  3. Nnadi, K.U. and Falodun A. B. (1993): Economics for Senior Secondary Schools, Book 3, Lagos, Longman.
  4. Nnadi, K.U. and Falodun, A.B. (2003) New Approach Economics, Lagos: Longman
  5. Nwogwugwu, U.C.C. and Nnadi, K.U. (2009): Doctrinal History of the Box Diagram, Awka: J’ Goshen Publishers

 

BOOKS EDITED

  1. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): Leading Issues in the Political Economy of Nigeria, Owerri: Career Publishers.

BOOKS CO-EDITED

  1. Gbosi, A. N. and Nnadi, K. U. (2000): The Nigerian Economy and Nigerian Education, Owerri: Krisdon Graphic Ltd.
  2. Nnadi, K.U. and Ogwude, I.C. (2007): Transportation in Nigeria- Economics, Policy, Management, Owerri: Reliable Publishers

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  1. Nnadi, K.U. (1997): The Principle of Maximum Social Advantage -Correction of Income Inequalities, in Arinze, P.E. (Ed): Nigerian Public. Finance and the Nigerian Society, Jos, Chapter 9, pages 113-117.
  2. Nnadi, K.U. (2000): A Micro-Economic Analysis of Brain Drain from Nigerian Higher Institutions, in Gbosi, A.N. and Nnadi, K.U. (Eds): Nigerian Economy and Nigerian Education, Owerri: Krisdon Graphics, Chapter 1, pages 3-9.
  3. Nnadi, K.U. (2000): The Economics of Debt-for Nature Swapping, in Gbosi, A.N. and Nnadi, K.U. (Eds): The Nigerian Economy and Nigerian Education, Owerri: Krisdon Graphic: Chapter 11, pages 87 – 98.
  4. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): The Economics of Inland Waterways Travel in Nigeria’s Delta Region, in Nnadi, K.U. and Ogwude, I.C. (2007);· Transportation in Nigeria-Economics, Policy, Management, Owerri: Reliable Publishers, Chapter 10, pp 222 -253
  5. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): A Bus Rapid Transit System in Nigeria – The Economics of Desirability and Affordability, in Nnadi, K.U. (2007): Leading Issues in the Political Economy of Nigeria, Owerri: Career Publishers, Chapter 1, pp 1 – 23
  6. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): The Economics of Pipeline Transportation in Nigeria, in Nnadi, K.U. and I.C. Ogwude (2007): Transportation in Nigeria: Economics, Policy, Management, Owerri; Reliable Publishers, Chapter 4, pp 74 – 95
  7. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): The Central Bank of Nigeria and Banking Reforms, in Nnadi, K.U. (2007): Leading Issues in the Political Economy of Nigeria, Owerri: Career Publishers, Chapter 7, pp 137 – 147
  8. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): Econometric Investigation of the Impact of Democracy on Nigerian National Discomfort Index, in Agundu, P.U.C. (2007): Government Management-Making Democracy Work in Nigeria, Port Harcourt: X Class Legacy, Chapter 3, pp 10 – 17

F.      CHAPTERS IN PROCEEDINGS

  1. Nnadi, K.U. (1992): Financing Conservation: The Debt-for-Nature Swap Option, in A.T. Ojo (ed) (1992): Proceedings on Mobilizing Finance For Natural Resources Conservation in Nigeria, Abuja: Natural Resources Conservation Council, pp. 128 – 135.
  2. Nnadi, K.U. (1997): Science, Technology and the Economics of Revitalizing Nigeria, in A. Salami, T.A.G. Oladimeji and W. Ajetunmobi (1997): Technology Education in Nigeria, Proceedings of the 1997 National conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology, NATT, pp. 153 -­156.
  3. Nnadi, K.U. (1998): The Economics of Water Resources and Rural Development, in A.W. Ajetunmobi, T.A.G. Oladimeji and K.A. Salami (eds) (1998): Technology Education and the Realization of Vision 2010, Proceedings of the 1998 National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology, NATT, pp. 147 – 150.
  4. Nnadi, K.U. (1998): The Petroleum Industry and Economic Recovery in Nigeria, in A.W. Ajetunmobi, T.A.G. Oladimeji and K.A. Salami (eds) (1998): Technology Education and the Realization of Vision 2010, Proceedings of the 1998 national conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology, NATT, pp. 287-291.
  5. Nnadi, K.U. (2003): Marketing Perspective of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Niger Delta Region, in U.C.C. Nwogwugwu (2003): Capacity Building for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Niger Delta Region, proceedings of a workshop organized by the Niger Delta Development Commission and the Embassy of Poland, pp. 18-27.
  6. Nnadi, K.U. (2004): Transportation and the Integration of Scramble Economies, in T. I. Okere and C. A. Njoku (eds) (2004): The Scramble for Africa, The Scramble Continues, proceedings of an international symposium organized by the Whelan Research Academy, pp. 217- 227.
  7. Nnadi, K.U. (2005): An International Vocabulary of Indebtedness, in T.I. Okere (ed); (2005): Debt Burden and Development in Africa: Problems and Prospects, Proceedings of the 2005 international symposium of the Whelan Research Academy, pp 80 – 86.

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ARTICLES:

  1. Nnadi, K.U. (2000): An Econometric Analysis of Fuelwood Utilization in Nigeria, Journal of Research in National Development 1. No.1 (2000) pp. 1-12. www.ajol.info/viewissue  (Nigeria)
  2. Nnadi, K.U. (2002): The Economics of Disruptive Industrial Relations in Nigerian Universities, Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria, 7 No.1, (2002). pp. 1-10. www.ajol.info/viewissue  (Nigeria)
  3. Nnadi, K.U. (2004): A Quantitative Economics of Seasonality in Bus Patronage in Nigeria, Journal of Agriculture and Social Research 4 No.1 (2004) pp. 72­ – 81. www.ajol.info/viewissue (Nigeria)
  4. Nnadi, K.U. (2003): The Mathematical Economics of the Zeroisation Principle of White Petroleum Product Transportation in Nigeria, Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria 8 No.1 (2003) pp. 42-51. www.ajol.info/viewissue (Nigeria)
  5. Nnadi, K.U. (2004): Resource Control- A Translocation of the Scramble for Africa, Journal of Agriculture and Social Research 4 No. 2 (2004) pp. 61-70 www.ajol.info/viewissue (Nigeria)
  6. Nnadi, K.U. (2004): Debt Rescheduling: The Economics of Entrapment Under Globalization, Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria 9 NO.2 (2004) pp. 40- 44. www.ajol.info/viewissue. (Nigeria)
  7. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): An Economic Rating of the Pipeline as a Mode of Transport, The Social Sciences, Vol. 1 No 4 (2006) pp 304-307 medwelljournals.com. (Pakistan)
  8. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): An Economic Genealogy of Financial Sector Restructuring in Nigeria, The Social Sciences     Vol. 1 No 4 (2006) pp 308 – 312.www.medwelljoumals.com (Pakistan)
  9. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): Management of Pipelines in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects, Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria Vol 11. No 2 (2006) pp 40-50  www.ajol.info/viewissue (Nigeria)
  10. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): Econometric Analysis of the Domestic Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products in Nigeria, International Journal of Development Studies, Vol 3 No 1(2007) pp 20 – 26 ijdevelopmentstudies.net   (U.S.A.) 
  11. Nnadi, K.U. and Ibe C.C. (2007): An Econometric Study of the Road Safety Impact of Nigeria’s Federal Road Safety Commission, International Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 2 No1 (2007) pp 60 -71 www.ijdevelopmentstudies.net (U.S.A.)
  12. Nnadi, K.U. (2007): An Economic Rating of the Pipeline as a Mode of Transport, International Journal of Development Studies, Vol.1 No1 (2007) pp 2633 www.ijdevelopmentstudies.net (U.S.A.)
  13. Ugboma, C., Ogwude, I.C., Ugboma, O. and Nnadi, K.U. (2007): Service Quality and Satisfaction Measurements in Nigerian Ports-an Exploration, Maritime Policy and Management, Vol. 34 No 4 (2007), pp 331 – 346 www.tandf.co.uk/journals (United Kingdom)
  14. Nnadi, K.U. (2009): Economics of Energy Consumption in Nigeria’s Transport Industry, International Journal of Pure and Applied Science, Vol. 2 No 1pp 66 – 74 (Ghana)
  15. Nnadi, E.I. and Nnadi, K.U. (2009): Fish Parasites, Fish Food and the Marine Environment, Journal of Research in National Development, Vol 7 No. 2 pp 120 -126
  16. Nnadi, E.I. and Nnadi, K. U. (2014): Health and Wealth- An Econometric Inductive Study, International Journal of Gender, Women and Development Volume 1 No 2: 30 – 35
  17. Onwuegbuchunam, D.E., Nnadi, K.U. and Ugwuanyim, G.U. (2015): Modeling Stability in the Demand for Sea Transport in Nigeria, Mathematical Theory and Modeling Volume 5 No 10: 86 – 97
  18. Ezeh, M.C. and Nnadi, K.U. (2016): Electricity supply and output in Nigerian manufacturing sector, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Volume 7 Number 6:154-163 (USA)
  19. Oniore, J.O., Gyang, E. and Nnadi, K.U. (2016): Impact of exchange rate fluctuations on private domestic investment in Nigeria, Journal of Economics and Finance Volume 7 Issue 3 Ver 1:07-15 (USA)
  20. Nnadi, K.U., Dimnwobi, S.K., Nwokoye, E.S., Osigwe, A.C. and Ekesiobi, C.S. (2016):Socio-Economic Determinants of Academic Performances in Aguata Local Government Area, Anambra State Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Volume 7 Number 10:188-199 (USA)
  21. Obi, K.O., Oniore, J.O. and Nnadi, K.U. (2016): The impact of exchange rate regimes on economic growth in Nigeria, Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Volume 7 Number 12:115-127 (USA)
  22. Onyemechi, C; Sule, A. and Nnadi, K.U. (2016): Improving West Africa’s Security Management: An Analytical Model, Journal of Coastal Zone Management, 429 DOI: 1O.4172/2473-3350.1000429
  23. Bernard, O.A., Adenuga, O. and Nnadi, K.U. (2016): Measuring Energy Efficiency in Nigeria: Energy Intensity and Energy-GDP Elasticity Approach, Singaporean Journal of Business Economics and Management Studies 5(5):29-37
  24. Onyemechi, C; Sule, A., Nnadi, K.U. and Igboanusi, C. (2016): A Safety Culture Improvement Model for West Africa’s Offshore Sector, International Journal of Economy, Energy and Environment 1(3): 74-79
  25. Nnadi, K.U; Nwokedi, T.C; Nwokoro, I.A; Ndikom, O.C; Emeghara, G.G and Onyemechi, C. (2016): Analysis of Maritime Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Domain, Journal of ETA Maritime Science 4(4):271-288
  26. Anyanwu, J.O. (2016): Espousing liquefied natural gas as marine propulsion fuel: problems and prospects, International Journal of Advancements in Computing Technology 7(3):1-8
  27. Nnadi, K.U. (2017): Problems of academic manuscripts in developing countries, Nigerian Journal of Technological Research 12(1):42-47 https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/njtr.v12i1.6S

H. JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Nnadi, K.U. (1997): Handouts in Technology Education: An Economic Analysis of Long- Run Consequences, Journal of Issues in Technical Teacher Education Vol. 1 N0.1 1997, pp. 42-48.
  2. Nnadi, K.U. and E. Ify Nnadi (1996): Gender Differentials in Technology Education and Their Economic Implication, Journal of Research in Technical and Science Education, vol. 1 N0.1, 1996, pp. 57-65.
  3. Nnadi, K.U. and Ify Nnadi (1997): An Econometric Analysis of Gender Biases in NCE Science Enrolment, Journal of Technical Teacher Education, Vol. 2 N0.1, 1997, pp. 139 – 143.
  4. Nnadi, K.U. and Y. L. Badah(1997): Assessing Educational Standards in an era of Instability, Journal of Technical Teacher Education, 2. N0.1, 1997, pp. 1 80-86.
  5. L. Badah and Nnadi, K.U. (1997): Mission of Technology Education: Need for Stabilization Policy, Gombe Technical Education Journal (GOTEJ), Vol. 1 N0.1, 1997, pp. 72-80.
  6. Nnadi, K.U. and Ify Nnadi (1997): An Econometric Analysis of Gender Biases in Nigerian University Education, CITADEL Journal Vol. 1 No.2, 1997, pp. 300-307.
  7. Nnadi, K.U. (1997): The Politicization of Education in Nigeria – an Economist’s Viewpoint, Asaba Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 1 No.2, 1997, pp. 232- 238.
  8. Nnadi, K.U. and Y. L. Badah(1997): Indigenous Languages and the Economics of Developing Nigeria: Tangale in Focus, Journal of Language and Literature Teaching, 1 No.1, 1997, pp. 45-50.
  9. Nnadi, K.U. (1997): Economic Culture and National Integration, Research Journal of National Council for Arts and Culture Vol. 1 No.1 (1999) pp. 125-128.
  10. Nnadi, K.U. (2002): The Impact of Petro-Naira on Nigerian Development, Nigerian Journal of Monetary Economics. Vol. 4 Nos. 4 and 5 (2002) pp. 37-42.
  11. Nnadi, K.U. (2003): The Economics of Zeroisation in Transportation of Petroleum Products in Nigeria, Journal of Science and Technology Research 2 NO.3. (2003) pp. 12-17.
  12. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): A Quantitative Economics of Structural Interdependencies in Nigeria’s Real Sector, Journal of Science and Technology Research, Vol. 5 No. 4, (2006) pp 17 – 22.
  13. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): Econometric Analysis of the Urban Transportation Significance of Commercial Motorcycling in Nigeria, Journal of Research in Engineering, 3 No.2 (2006) pp 1 – 4.
  14. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): The Economics of Centrifugal Forces and Divisive Tendencies in Nigeria, Journal of Management and Enterprise Development Vol. 3 No.1 (2006) pp 17 – 23.
  15. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): The Economics of Discretionary Consumer Behaviour in an Era of e-­Payment, Nigerian Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 5 nos 4 & 5 pp 81-86.
  16. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): A Transport Economics of the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy, Journal of Economic Studies Vol. 16 No. 1 (2007) pp. 63-77
  17. Nnadi, K.U. (2006): An Econometric Appraisal of ‘Inaga’ Connectivity in a City Environment, Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol.2 No.2 (2006) pp 22 – 25.
  18. Nnadi, K.U. (2008): Economic Analysis of Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain in Nigeria’s Domestic Oil Market, The Nigerian Journal of Energy and Environmental Economics Vol 1 No 218 – 235

PAPERS PRESENTED AT WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES.

  1. DEBTMANIA: Threat to Nigeria’s Economy. Presented at the first seminar of the School of Business Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum 2nd November 1989.
  2. Business Education in Depressed Nigeria – A Critical Appraisal, presented at the National Workshop on the N.C.E. Teacher in the 215t Century, organized by the National Commission for Colleges of Education, Kongo Conference Hotel, Zaria, 26th -30th March 1990.
  3. A Policy Framework for Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria 9th National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Schools of Management Education and Training (NASMET). Port Harcourt 23- 25 May 1990.
  4. Self-reliance in Depression: Accounting Education and Economics, National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Business Educators (NABE), Owerri, September 1991.
  5. An Econometric Analysis of Technical Institutions Financing in Nigeria, 7th National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT), OFFA, 22-24 Nov 1994.
  6. Curriculum Pressures in Business Teacher Education, National Conference on Preparing Technology Teachers for the 21st Century, Omoku, 21st_25th May 1996.
  7. The Economics of Disruptive Student Activity in Nigeria (1970-1990). National Conference on Instability in Nigerian Education, Potiskum, 3 – 5 July 1996.
  8. (With Y. L. Badah): Science, Technology, and the Economics of Industrializing Nigeria, 10th National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT), Lagos, 20-24 October 1997.
  9. Leadership Skill Cultivation, Leadership Development Game Workshop for NPA staff, Bezer Hall, Ota 3 -4 May 2006.
  10. Performance Efficiency; The Means to Growing and Sustaining Public Acceptance, Pre-Peak Conference on Performance Efficiency in a Convoluted Environment: A Winning Attitude, Mayfair Suites and Conference Centre, Owerri, 27-29 November 2006.
  11. Resource person, National Gender Data Bank Development Workshop, UNICEF, Durbar Hotel, Kaduna, 27-31 August 2007
  12. Resource person, UNICEF Workshop on Use of Social Accountability Tools, King David Hotel, Awka, 24-28 November 2014
  13. Guest Speaker, International Workshop on Manuscript Development and Handling, jointly organised by the Federal University of Technology, Minna and the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND), Federal University of Technology, Minna, 1-4 July 2017

 

ACADEMIC COMMUNITY SERVICE

  1. Associate Editor, Journal of Technical Teacher Education, (1990­1992)
  2. Chairman, Consultancy Services and Research Committee, F.C.E (T), Postiskum (1993).
  3. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Technical Teacher Education, ( 1999- 2000).
  4. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Issues In Technical Teacher Education, (1996-2000).
  5. Chairman, Survey Research Committee on Technical Teacher Production and Utilization in Nigeria, March 1998.
  6. Editor -in- Chief, Journal of Research in National Development (2000-)
  7. Associate Editor, Journal of Management and Enterprise Development (2006- )
  8. Editor, Journal of Business and Economic Research (2006 – )
  9. Consulting Editor, Nigerian Journal of Energy and Environmental Economics (2008- )
  10. Editor -in- Chief, International Journal of Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, (2014-
  11. Chairman, Examinations and Results Committee, School of Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, 2011- 2014
  12. Editorial Board Member, FUTO JOURNAL SERIES, FUTO, 2015-
  13. Chairman, University Examinations Misconduct Committee, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, 2011/12 – 2015/16
  14. Chairman, Publications and Research Committee, School of Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, 2014-
  15. External Examiner, Global Maritime Academy, Ughelli /Warri
  16. External Examiner, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt
  17. External Examiner, Federal University of Technology, Akure
  18. External Professorial Assessor, Federal University of Technology, Minna
  19. External Assessor for Chief Lecturers, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri
  20. External Professorial Assessor, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State
  21. External Professorial Assessor, Rivers State University of Technology, Port Harcourt, Rivers State
  22. Adjunct Professor, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

 

MEMBERSHIP OF GOVERNING COUNCILS

  1. Member representing Higher Institutions, Governing Council, Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN)(2008-2010)
  2. Member, Governing Council, Mustard Seed International Schools, Owerri
  3. Member representing the Board of Trustees, Governing Council, Anchor University, Ayobo, Lagos, Nigeria (2017-)

OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICE

  1. Chairman, Students Welfare Committee, F.C.E (T), Potiskum (1989 – 1991).
  2. Chairman, College Housing Furniture Valuation Committee, July 1995.
  3. Member, Committee on FECOET Staff School Budget, October 1995
  4. Member, Committee on Drugs Management in the College Clinic, December 1995.
  5. Member, Panel of Investigation into Alleged Sexual Harassment And Extortion, F.C.E. (T) Potiskum, February 1996.
  6. Member, College Staff Audit Committee, August 1996.
  7. Member, FECOET Staff School Pupils and Accounts Audit Committee August 1997.
  8. Member, Junior Staff Appointment, Promotion, and Disciplinary Committee, 1997.
  9. Member, Committee on the Establishment of College Consultancy Unit, May 1998.
  10. Chairman, Examination Co-ordinating Committee, F.C.E (Tech), Potiskum (1999)
  11. Member, SMAT Committee on Alleged Extortion and Academic Fraud, FUTO, 2003/2004 session.
  12. Chairman, SMAT Committee on Alleged Admission Fraud, August 2005-2006
  13. Member, SMAT Planning Committee, FUTO 2005-
  14. Member of Senate, FUTO, 2005 – 2008
  15. Member, FUTO Senate Committee on Adjunct Lecturership, 2006
  16. Member, ASUU – FUTO Committee on ASUU Cooperative, 2008
  17. Founding Chairman, Nigerian Association of Business Educators (NABE), Borno State Chapter, (1990-1992).
  18. “Transition to Civil Rule: Advantages of Open Ballot” A Public Lecture Delivered At Government Comprehensive Secondary School, Potiskum, 2nd November 1991).
  19. “The Evolution of Business Education in Nigeria” A Public Lecture Delivered at the Formal Launching of the Association of Business Education Students, (ABES), F.C.E. (T), Potiskum, 11th December 1990.
  20. “Non-Economic Input to Development: the Role of Youth Sporting”, A guest speech delivered at the 6th Annual sports Day, Federal Government Girls College, Potiskum, 16th Feb 1991.
  21. “Commonwealth and the Nigerian Economy”, A guest speech delivered on the occasion of the Commonwealth Day, Fika Government Secondary School, Potiskum, 11th March 1991.
  22. Patron, Fellowship of Christian students (F.C.S.), F.C.E. (T), Potiskum, (1989-1997).
  23. State Coordinator, Deeper Life Campus Fellowship (DbCF), Yobe State (1994 – 2000).
  24. Chairman, Vetting Committee, Deeper Christian Life Ministry (DCLM). Potiskum Region (1994 – 2000).
  25. Organizer, first seminar ever in F.C.E (T) Potiskum, 2 Nov 1989
  26. Organizer, first-ever book launching in F.C.E. (T) Potiskum 12 May 1998.
  27. Co-ordinator, Deeper Life Bible Church, Owerri Region (2001- 2007)
  28. Secretary, Marriage Committee of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Owerri Region (2003- )
  29. State Coordinator, Deeper Life Campus Fellowship (DLCF), Imo State (2007-2012).
  30. Zonal Coordinator, Deeper Life Campus Fellowship (DLCF), South East Zone (2009 -).
  31. Full Lieutenant, Nigerian Legion, Zone A, Imo State Command

 

OTHER WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

  1. Mathematics Teachers workshop, organized by the Borno State Ministry of Education and the University of Maiduguri 22nd September 17th October 1986.
  2. 12th National training conference on the Informal Sector and National Development, organized by the Industrial Training Fund, Giginya Hotel Sokoto, 26th – 29th Oct 1993.
  3. Workshop on the Use and Improvisation of Instructional Materials in Teaching organized by the Federal ColIege of Education (Technical). Potiskum, 27th – 30th March 1995.
  4. University-Wide Workshop on Effective Administration and Proper Development of Human Resources, 18-19 February 2004. for Senior Lecturers and Lecturers 1, FUTO,

 

DISTINCTION AND MERIT AWARDS

  1. Best First School Leaving Certificate, Community School, Agbala, Owerri, Imo State, June 1973.
  2. Best West African School Certificate, St. Anthony’s Secondary School, Azia, Ihiala, Anambra State, June 1978.
  3. 2nd Best Academic Staff, Federal College of Education (Tech.) Potiskum, 1994 Merit Award.
  4. Best lecturer, Department of Transport Management Technology 2004/2005, FUTO.
  5. Pioneer Head, Department of Maritime Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri

 

PRODUCTIVE WORKS/CONSULTANCY PROJECTS

Traffic studies on

  • Calabar – Lagos Route b. Calabar – Obudu Short Haul Services.
  • Calabar Tour Circuit Shuttle, conducted for Associated Bus Company Plc, Owerri, December 2004.

Feasibility and Viability Studies on the

  • Awka – Onisha – Abuja route b. Onitsha – Jos route
  • Port Harcourt – Jos route and d. Jos – Lagos mute, conducted for the Associated Bus Company Plc. Owerri January-February 2006.

 

SUPERVISION OF DOCTORAL THESES

  1. Abiodun Yusuf Sule (2006): Logistics Management of Tanker Operations in Nigeria (co-supervisor)
  2. Shehu Usman Gidado (2008): Port Pricing and Tariff Rates in Nigeria (co-supervisor)
  3. Geraldine Nkechinyere Okeudo (2008): Human Resource Development and Productivity in Nigeria’s Transport Industry (co-supervisor)
  4. Nwokoro Ignatius Ahumaraezeama (2008): An Assessment of Marine Insurance Practice in Nigeria (major supervisor)
  5. Godfrey Chigozie Emeghara (2008): A Perceptual Assessment of Delay Factors in Nigerian Ports Operations (co-supervisor)
  6. Paul Ogbeide (2009): Analysis Of Port Viability For Choice Making Among Shipping Companies In The West African Route (co-supervisor)
  7. Chinedu Onyemechi (2009): Demand Analysis of the Nigerian Shipping Market (major supervisor)
  8. Bolaji Stephen (2009): The Structure of Air Transport in Nigeria (co-supervisor)
  9. Elei, Green Igbogi (2014): Illegal Oil Trading in the Nigerian Maritime Domain and its Economic Implications (major supervisor)
  10. Omoke, Victor (2017): Sea Port Competition in the West African Coast Region (major supervisor)
  11. Yuni, Denis Nfor (2017): Access to Credit and it’s Impact on  Productivity of Green Small and Medium Size Enterprises in Rural Nigeria (Sole supervisor)
  12. Bernard, Ojonugwa Anthony (2017): Analysis of the Contribution of Energy Consumption to Manufacturing Subsector Output in Nigeria (Sole supervisor)
  13. Oniore, Jonathan Ojarikre (2017): Impact of Exchange Rate Regimes on Manufacturing Sector Growth in Nigeria (Sole supervisor)
  14. Elem, Tochukwu Rex (2017): Analysis of Freight Transport Volumes of ECOWAS Nations: Scenarios for a Short Sea Shipping Future (co-supervisor)

 

SUPERVISION OF MASTER OF SCIENCE THESES

  1. Iwueke Chigozie Anthony (2008): A Critical Study of Air Crashes in Nigeria
  2. Ndukwe Paul (2008): Analysis of Trend of Tanker Shipping in Nigeria
  3. Ibeawuchi Chibueze Nze (2008): Economic Impact Assessment of Nigerian Ports- A Disaggregate Analysis
  4. Nathaniel Victor Okon (2014) A Study of Ship-Generated Waste in the Apapa Ports Complex of Nigeria.
  5. Agba, Batholomew C. (2014): The Impact of Marine Oil Spill on the Niger Delta Economy
  6. Nze, Jennifer Nnenna (2014): Econometric Analysis of the Effects of Accidents on Inland Waterways Operations in Nigeria
  7. Ibetei, Inowerikumo (2014): An Analysis of the Challenges to Sustainable Port and Shipping Development in Nigeria
  8. Okeke, Okechukwu Kenneth (2014): An Econometric Study of Tanker Shipping Services in Nigeria
  9. Unegbu, Victor Onyedikachi (2014): Analysis of Cargo Pilferage in Nigerian Sea Ports; Pre- and Post –Concession Eras
  10. Uzoho, Obinna Ozioma (2014): A Comparative Study of Ferry Services and Road Transport in Lagos Metropolis
  11. Dimnwobi, Stephen Kelechi (2015): “Socio-Economic Determinants of Academic Performances in Aguata Local Government Area, Anambra state
  12. Buhari, S.O. (2017): Assessment of the Relationship between Cargo Throughput, Vessel Turnaround Time and Port Revenue. (a Case study of Lagos Ports)
  13. Okafor, C. O. (2018): An assessment of the Effect of Maritime Piracy on the Nigerian Economy
  14. Oludare, A.A.(2018): Economic Assessment of Ship Ballast Water Management on Nigerian Waters
  15. Etus, J. O. (2018): An Appraisal of Impact of Inland Waterway Operations on Nigeria’s Economic Growth
  16. Onuegbu, F. U. (2018): Evaluation of Economic Effects of Oil Spills in the Nigerian Maritime Environment

 

SUPERVISION OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

  1. Ogochukwu Oji (2008): Ship Financing in Nigeria
  2. Francis Ehiguese (2008): The 1987 National Shipping Policy and the 2003 Cabotage Act: A Comparative Analysis of the Impact on Nigerian Shipping
  3. William Agoha (2008): The Impact of Cabotage Act on Local Capacity Development-A Study of Selected Indigenous Shipping Companies.
  4. Okorigba Agnes (2008): The Challenges and Prospects of Recent Port Reforms in Nigeria- A Case Study of Tin Can Island Ports
  5. Ogunsanwo Olufunmilayo (2008): An Appraisal of the Impact of Shipping Trade on Economic Growth in Nigeria(1976-2006)
  6. Akalonu Caleb Anyalemachi (2012): Evaluation of the Developmental Impact of Industrial Activities (Case Study of Nigeria Bottling Company, Owerri Plant) (NOUN)
  7. Okereafor Ngozi C. (2013): Budget and budgetary control technique in the management of tertiary institutions(NOUN)
  8. Iwuchukwu Rose Onuabuchi (2013): The effect of branding on product performance(NOUN)
  9. Uche Chiamaka Gladys (2013): The impact of the network on the operational efficiency of banks in Nigeria(NOUN)

 

SUPERVISION OF POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMAS

  1. Tony-Ikpe Happiness Chidinma (2011): The effect of human resources development in the enhancement of organizational productivity (NOUN)
  2. Oparaocha Gertrude I.(2011): Assessing manpower training needs in Nigeria (NOUN)

 

REFEREES

  1. Professor Sam Edoumiekhumo

Ag. Vice Chancellor

Niger Delta University

Wilberforce Island

Bayelsa State

0803 563 5401

 

  1. Professor Joseph A. Afolayan

Vice Chancellor

Anchor University

Ayobo, Lagos

0803 588 7850, 0815 077 0697

 

  1. Professor Charles O. Esimone

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)

Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Awka

0806 283 5781, 0815 819 3815

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