HYACINTH OCHEIGWU APEH OLUMA


HYACINTH OCHEIGWU APEH OLUMA
Designation: Professor
Email: apeholumahyacinth@uam.edu.ng
Phone:
Gender: Male

Biography

NAME:-HYACINTH OCHEIGWU APEH OLUMA

DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH:-October 10th, 1959
(Age 59 years)Oiji, APA Local Government Area,
Benue State,

MARITAL STUTUS:-Married with five children.
Ages: 30; 28; 20; 17; 15 year(s) respectively.

CURRENT ADDRESS:-Department of Botany,
University of Agriculture,
P. M. B. 2373,
Makurdi, Benue State,
Nigeria.

RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:-No. 37 Iyorkya-Akor Street,
High Level, Makurdi,
Benue State.

PERMANENT HOME-Oluma Square, Oiji,
ADDRESS:Apa Local Government Area,
Benue State, Nigeria.

PREVIOUS RANK/POSITION-Immediate Past Rector of Benue State Polytechnic Ugbokolo (2012-2016)

PRESENT RANK-Professor of Microbiology/Plant Pathology

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES

2.1Saint John’s Secondary School, Amoke,
Apa L. G. A. Benue State 1973 – 1978

2.2University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria 1979 – 1983

2.3University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 1987 – 1992.

QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES

3.1West African School Certificate- 1978.

3.2B.Sc. (Hons) Second Class Upper Division
With Prizes -1983.

3.3M.Sc. Botany (Microbiology/Plant Pathology)- 1988.

3.4Ph.D Botany(Microbiology/Plant Pathology)- 1992

3.5Diploma in Computer Operations and
Management-1992.

ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE AT BENUE STATE POLYTECHNIC UGBOKOLO, BENUE STATE

Rector (Chief Executive Officer and Academic Leader) Benue state polytechnic Ugbokolo, Benue state (March 2012 to March 2016).

WORK EXPERIENCE

5.1Graduate Teacher, Government Secondary School, Pella,
Adamawa State (National Service Year) 1983/84 .-1983/84

5.2Graduate Assistant, University of Agriculture,
(The then FUT, Makurdi)- 1985 – 1987.

5.3Assistant Lecturer,
University of Agriculture,
Makurdi- 1988 – 1990.

5.4Lecturer II,
University of Agriculture,
Makurdi-1991 – 1992

5.5Lecturer I,
University of Agriculture,
Makurdi.-1993 – 1998

5.6Senior Lecturer,
University of Agriculture,
Makurdi.-1999 – 2002.

5.7Associate Professor
University of Agriculture
Makurdi-2002– 2005

5.8. Professor,
University of Agriculture,
Makurdi - 2005 - Date

5.9 Head of Department,
Department of Biological Sciences,
University of Agriculture,
Makurdi.-1999 – 2005.

5.10 Deputy Dean
College of Science, Agric. & Science Education
University of Agriculture
Makurdi-2004 – 2007


5.11Dean,
College of Science,
University of Agriculture,
Makurdi - 2007 – 2012

5.12Rector Benue State Polytechnic Ugbokolo-2012 - 2016
Ugbokolo, Benue State

6.0PRIZES/AWARDS/SCHOLARSHIP

6.1Tilley Gyado Prize for the best final year
student in Botany-1983.

6.2Benue State Scholarship Award- 1979 – 1983.

6.3Federal Scholarship Award- 1987 - 1988.

6.4University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Postgraduate
fellowship award- 1987 – 1992

6.5European Union, Science Research and Development
Grant: Root rot of pawpaw in Nigeria. Postgraduate-1990 – 1992
Fellowship: (Grant N0. 10.215/332.).

6.6Honours

6.6.1Owa k’Idoma, University of Agriculure, Makurdi (2016)
For recognition of my tremendous contributions to the growth of Owa k’Idoma

6.6.2Arewa Consultative Youth Assembly (Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardauna Leadership/Excellent award). Garakun Matasan Arewa (2016)
In recognition of selfless contribution towards purposeful leadership, human transformation and educational development, youth empowerment for the benefit of humanity and country (2016)

6.6.3Award of honor by Muslim students Society of Nigeria (MSCN) Benue State Polytechic chapter Ugbokolo

6.6.4Excellent award by the traditional chief of Education as the overall best performed Rector, Benpoly Ugbokolo. (2014)

6.6.5Award of excellence presented by the National Union of Polytechnic Students, Benpoly chapter, Ugbokolo in 2014 as the best performed Rector in infrastructure and human capacity building since the establishment of the school.

International Award
Ambassador for Peace- Universal Peace federation (2015)

ACHIEVEMENTS AS RECTOR CHRONICLED

My successful tenure as the Rector of the Benue State Polytechnic Ugbokolo, Benue State (March 2012 to March 2016) was characterized by my exploits in the areas of

Resource Generation and Management
Infrastructural Development
Alleviation of Academic and Administrative upgrade
Peace and Security

Resource Generation and Management
Ability to discerningly generate and manage the constantly anemic resources that traumatized the administration of Benpoly before my appointment as rector (2012-2016) contributed to a very large extent the unprecedented growth and development witnessed by the Polytechnic during my tenure as its Chief executive and Academic leader

Ability to attract funds
A.Capital Projects
Over 60 capital projects were attracted to Benue State Polytechnic Ugbokolo under my stewardship as Rector between 2012-2016. (See Annexure and some pictures

B. IGR
Over 120million was handed over as savings from IGR of Benue State Polytechnic Ugbokolo to my successor the then Deputy Rector (See Bursars handover note)

A Toyota Sienna space bus was purchased for the College of Science during my tenure as Dean of the College between 2007 to 2012.

Research Grant
University of Agriculture Makurdi
National Agricultural research Project (NAAP)
Theme: CHR 243:Development of suitable cultural management practices for Banana production. Members of the team
1. H.O.A Oluma-Chairman
2. F.N Onyezili- Member
3. Y. M. Omojor- Member
4. A. O. Onekutu- Member
5. D. Elaigwu- Member/SecretaryAmount (N241,667.00)

Benue State Polytchnic Ugbokolo
N60,000,000 (Sixty Million Naira) of Research grant was disbursed form TETFund to different members of staff under Institutional Based Research (IBR) between 2012-2016
Infrastructural Development
Physical development of the Polytechnic, which are of futuristic socio-economic important projects in conception between 2012 and 2016, dwarfed recorded similar earlier fetes of (2) Decades. Such projects include the Construction of academic block, 200 Seater Auditorium among numerous others listed in the table below. The hasty development circuit introduced by my administration between 2012-2016 must have informed my being christened “FATHER OF MODERN BENPOLY” by the Polytechnic community.

Memberships

4.1Member, Nigerian Society of Plant Protection (NSPP)

4.2Member, Botanical Association of Nigeria.

4.3Member, Science Association of Nigeria (MNSN)

4.4Reviewer, Editorial Consultant of many local and international journals.

4.5Consultant to Shell Petroleum Company of Nigeria Plc on Environmental Management.

(i)Summary of my completed Research work can be categorized as follows:

(a)Resistance Against Black Sigatoka
.
Scientific information elucidating a local banana variety with over 80% resistance against black sigatoka were provided through screening with improved cultivars from IITA, ONNE, Nigeria. This research will enhance increased banana breeding and cultivation. This was a National Agricultural Research sponsored Project No. CHR 242 and CHR 243 .

(b)Root Rot of Pawpaw (Carica papaya, L)
.
This devastating epidemics of pawpaw (Carcca papaya, L.) has ravaged pawpaw wherever itis grown/cultivated in Nigeria. Though no resistance cultivar was identified, but a control measure with an added value was advanced. This control involved use of chemical fertilizer which not only reduced the disease severity and incidence caused by a fungus, Pythiumaphanidermatum but also increased yield. This was my Ph..D research thesis with financial support from European Union, Science Research and Development, coordinated by Management Support Unit and full sponsorship training from University of Agriculture, Makurdi.

Publications

THESES

1.Oluma, H. O. A. (1983). Morphogenetic variations in local collection of okra (Hibiscus esculentus, L.).B.Sc thesis, University of Jos, Nigeria. 192pp.

2. Oluma, H. O. A. (1988). Studies on fungi associated with some monocotyledonous plants in Nigeria. M.Sc. thesis, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 234PP.

3.Oluma, H. O. A. (1992). Fungi associated with root rot of pawpaw (Carica papayaL.) in Central and Southern Nigeria. Ph.D thesis, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Nigeria.

8.2.ARTICLES IN LEARNED JOURNALS

1.Oladiran, A. O. and H. O. A. Oluma (1990). Leaf spot of trifoliate yam (Dioscoreadumentorum (Kunth) Pax.. Betr. Trop Landwirt. Wet Med. 28: 5431-5437.(Pub. Germany)

2.Oluma, H. O. A. and Oladiran, A. O. (1993). Pythiumaphanidermatum root rot of pawpaw (Carica papaya, L.).in Nigeria. Mycopathologia 123: 111-115. (Pub. Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherland).

3.Oluma, H. O. A. and Onyezili, F. N. (1995). Effect of cultural practices on the severity of black sigatoka leaf spot of banana and plantain in Nigerian Savanna.MusAfrica 3: 111-113. (Pub. International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Nigeria).

4.Oluma, H. O. A., Tor-Anyiin, T. A. andAkoh, J. I. (1996). Cell wall degrading enzymes of Pythiumaphanidermatum causing root rot of pawpaw in Nigeria. J. Pest Disease and Vector Management 2: 42-48. Pub. Vector Resarch, University of Jos, Nigeria).

5.Oluma, H. O. A. and Amuta, E. U. (1999). Corynesporacasiicola leaf spot of pawpaw (Carica papaya, L.) in Nigerian Mycopathologia 145: 23-27. (Pub. Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherland).

6.Oluma, H. O. A. and Onyezili, F. N. (1999). Effect of cropping systems on severity of black sigatoka in Nigeria.Infomusa 8: 37-38. (Pub. International Network for Improvement of Banana and Plantain, France).

7.Oluma, H. O. A. and Nwankiti, A. N. (2000). Macrophominaphaseolina dry root and fruit rot of okra in Nigeria. African plant protection 6 (1). 55-56. (South Africa).

8.Tor-Anyiin, T. A., Oluma, H. O. A. andIgoli, J. O. (2000). Antifungal activities of the extracts of Ocimumgratissimum seeds against Pythiumaphanidermatum.J. Plant Products Research 5: 1-5. (Pub. Plant Product Research, University of Nigeria, Nsukka).

9.Oluma, H. O. A., Tor-Anyiin, T. A. andAmali, O. (2001). Investigation into antifungal activities of four Nigerian Plants.Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. Vol. 1: 102 - 106. (Pub. Benue State University, Nigeria).

10.Onekutu, A., H. O. A Oluma and T. A. Tor-Anyiin (2001). Investigation into antifungal properties of OcimumgratissimumWest African Journal of Biological Sciences 12: 35 - 42. (Pub. Scholastic Publication, University of Jos, Nigeria).

11.Oluma, H. O. A., Tor-Anyiin, T. A. andOnekutu, A. (2001). Effects of the fertilizer application on the severity of pythium root rot of pawpaw in Nigeria. West African Journal of Biological Sciences 12: 43 - 49. (pub. Scholastic Publications, University of Jos, Nigeria).

12.Igoli, J. O., Tor-Anyiin, T. A., Usman, S. S., Oluma, H. O. A. and Igoli, N. P. (2002). Folk medicines of the Lower Benue Valley of Nigeria. In: Series Recent progress in Medicinal Plants, Vol. 17 – Ethnomedicine and Parmacognosy, Ii, Eds. Singh, V. K., Govil, J. N., ShamimaHashmi and Gudip Singh. (SCI. TECH PUB. USA), 327 – 338.

13.Tor-Anyiin, T. A. R. Sha’ato and H. O. A. Oluma (2003). Ethnobotanical Survey of Antimalarial Medicinal plants amongst the Tiv People of Nigeria. Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants, (Accepted for publication in Volume 10 Issue 3), 61 –73. (Pub. The Harworth Press, USA).

14.Oluma, H. O. A. and Nwankiti,. A. N. (2003). Seed Storage mycoflora of peanut cultivars grown in Nigerian Savanna.Tropicultura/Agri-overseas A. S. B. L 21(2) 79 - 85.
(Pub. Belgium).

15.Oluma, H. O. A., F. N. Onyezili and A. Onekutu (2004). Reactions of Plantain and Banana Cultivars to black sigatoka leaf spot disease in three farming system in Nigerian Guinea Savana. Journal of Plant Disease and Protection (Zeitschritf fur pflanzenkranheiten und pflanzenschutz) 111(2): 158 - 164. (Pub. Eugen Ulmer GMBH & Co. Stuttgart, Germany).

16.Oluma, H. O. A., Umeh, E. U., Onekutu, A and Okolo, J. (2004). Antibacterial potentials of eight medicinal plants from Lower Benue Valley of Nigeria.Nigerian Journal of Botany 17: 1-11. (Pub. Botanical Society of Nigeria)

17.Oluma, H. O. A. and Garba, I. U. (2004). Screening of Eucalyptus globolus (Eucalyptus) and Ocimumgratissimum (docimum) for fungitoxic properties against Pythiumaphanidermatum. Nig. J. Plant Protection 21: 109-114. (Pub. Nigerian Society for Plant Protection)
.
18. Umeh, E.U.., Oluma, H.O.A and Abanikanda (2004). Antibacterial effect of Nauclea
latofolia plant parts. Proceedings of the 17th Ann. Conf. of the Biotechnology Society of
Nigeria. Pp. 47-53. (Nigeria)

19. .Umeh, E.U.; Oluma, H.O.A and Igoli, J.O.(2005) Antibacterial Screening of four local
plants using an indicator based Microdilution technique. African J. Traditional, Complementary and Alternative medicines 2(3); 238-243. (Pub. Complementary and Alternative Medicines, Nigeria).

20.Oluma, H.O.A. and Elaigwu , M. (2006) Antifungal activity of extracts of some
medicinal plants against Macrophominaphaseolina (Tassi) Goid. Nigrian Journal of
Botany 19(1): 121-128. (Nigerian Society Journal of Botany)

21.Tor-Anyiin, T.A., R. Sha’ato and Oluma, H.O,A. (2006). Phytochemical screening and
antibacterial activity of Cissampelosmucronata A. Rich (Menispermaceae) extracts.
Journal of Pharmacy and Bioresources, 3&2: 103-106. (Faculty of Pharmacy, University
of Jos, Nigeria.)

22. Oluma, H.O.A., Umeh, E.U. and Ayua, T.S. (2006). In vivo and In vitro effects of
extracts of Parkiabiglobosa charcoal rot of sesame and cowpea in Nigeria. (In press).

23.Tor-Anyiin, T.A., R. Sha’ato and H.O.A Oluma (2006). Phytochemical screening and antibacterial activity of Cissampelos mucronata A. Rich (Menispermacea) extracts. Journal of Pharmacy and BioResources. 3(2): 103-106

24. Akaahan, T.J., Oluma, H.O.A. and Sha’ato, R. (2010). Pysico-chemical and
Bacteriological quality of water from shallow wells in two rural communities in
Benue State, Nigeria. Pak. J. Anal. Environ. Chem. Vol. II (1) (in press)

25. Shomkegh, S.A and Oluma, H.O.A (2010). Inventory of some environmental components in the integrated waste treatment facility in makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria. Journal of research wildlife and Environment. Vol 1 and 2:171-180


26. Oluma, H.O.A., Akande, T. Ebah, E.E. and Godwin, O.C. (2012). Prevalence of airborne bacteria in markets in makurdi metropolis. Journal of Biological Science and Bioconservation. 4:6-12.


27.Oluma, H. O. A. (2015). Biotechnology concept and implications to third world countries.National journal of Human Resources and Development. (TETFUND) 5(1); 110-114

28.Alour, E. P. T., Oluma, H. O. A., Ega, R. A. I and N. Owoicho (2016).Sero-Epidemological survey and Risk factors for Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection among pregnant women in Logo L.G.A, Benue State, Nigeria. African journal of clinical and Epidemological Microbiology; 17(1); 66-75




29.Aperyuan, K.D., Nwankiti, A.O., Oluma, H.O.A., and Ekefan, E.J (2016). Effects of insects on disease initiation and development of Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) leaf spot disease caused by Coniella musaiensis var. hibisci in makurdi, central Nigeria. Open Journal of medicine and Healthcare. 1(3): 1-10.

30.Aperyuan, K.D., Nwankiti, A.O., Oluma, H.O.A., and Ekefan, E.J (2016) Comparative effect of foliar application of cow dung, wood ash and benlate on the disease initiation and development of Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) leaf spot disease caused by Coniella musaiensis var. hibisci in Makurdi, central Nigeria. Journal of Geoscience and Enviromental protection. 4:26-32

31. Elaigwu, M. and H.O.A Oluma (2017) Invivo and in-vitro activities of some plant extracts on Macrophomina Phaseolina (Tassi) Goid- the cause agent of charcoal rot of sesame in Benue Sate, Nigeria. International Journal of Science and Research methodology. Vol5(4):23-39


32.Elaigwu, M., Oluma H.O.A. and Onekutu A. (2018) Phytochemical and Antifungal activity of leaf extracts of Prosopis africana and Anacardium occidentale against Macrophomina Root rot of Sesamum indicum l. In Benue State, Central Nigeria. Journal of Geoscience and Enviroment Protection. 6: 66-76.

8.2.1 TEXTBOOK

A textbook on Chemistry by Eneji, I., Oluma H. O. A., and Nnamonu M. (2016).

Specializations

Microbiology/Plant Pathology

Research Archive

(i)Summary of my completed Research work can be categorized as follows:

(a)Resistance Against Black Sigatoka
.
Scientific information elucidating a local banana variety with over 80% resistance against black sigatoka were provided through screening with improved cultivars from IITA, ONNE, Nigeria. This research will enhance increased banana breeding and cultivation. This was a National Agricultural Research sponsored Project No. CHR 242 and CHR 243 .

(b)Root Rot of Pawpaw (Carica papaya, L)
.
This devastating epidemics of pawpaw (Carcca papaya, L.) has ravaged pawpaw wherever itis grown/cultivated in Nigeria. Though no resistance cultivar was identified, but a control measure with an added value was advanced. This control involved use of chemical fertilizer which not only reduced the disease severity and incidence caused by a fungus, Pythiumaphanidermatum but also increased yield. This was my Ph..D research thesis with financial support from European Union, Science Research and Development, coordinated by Management Support Unit and full sponsorship training from University of Agriculture, Makurdi.

Responsibilities

10ON-GOING PROJECTS

1.Biocidal activities of plant extracts of medical importance from Nigeria.

2.Evaluation of sesame (Sesamum spp.) varieties for resistance against bacterial blight and Macrophominaphaseolina (Tassi) Goid in Nigeria.

3.Aflatoxin contamination of Beniseed in storage in Nassarawa State, Nigeria

11.UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught different aspects of Biology in several degree programmes at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes. Notable among these are Ecology, Botany, Plant pathology, Microbiology, Soil biology, Statistics, Economic Botany, Lower and higher plants.

12.UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

B.Sc (Ed) Biological Sciences (Year I – IV)

Year I (100 Level)

General Biology I: Cellular matabolism (Photosynthesis, Kreb cycle etc) cell division, levels of organization. Mendelian genetics and organic evolution.

General Biology II: Survey of plants kingdom, Morphology, modes of reproduction and life cycles of representative of the various phyla.

Year II (200 Level)

General Ecology: Concept and definitions of ecosystems. Types of habitat.Energy flow and nutrient cycling.Dynamics of population and community in ecosystems.

Biological Techniques: Sampling techniques, Collection and Preservation of biological specimens. Experimental designs. Microscopy, chromatography, photometry, colorimetry and condoctometry.

Biostatistics: Use of statistical methods in Biological sciences. Frequency distribution. Laws of probability.Estimation and tests of hypothesis. Design of simple biological and agricultural experiments. Analysis of variance and covariance, simple regression and correlation, contingency tables.Some non-parametric tests.

Lower Plants:Organization, systematic, comparative morphology and life cycles of algae, fungi bryophytes and Pteridophytes.



Year III (300 Level)
Taxonomy and Evolution: Methods and concepts of taxonomy. Construction and use of taxonomic keys. Species concepts. Morphology and classification of selected plants and animal families.Variation in natural population, evolution, speciation and natural selection.

Mycology: Structure, life cycle, physiology, growth and classification of fungi. Isolation and cultivation.of Fungi of economic importance.

Plant Physiology: Plant/water relation. Photosynthesis, respiration, growth, and growth regulation.Flowering, dormancy. Seed germination, senescence, physiological aspects of crop yield.

Year IV (400 Level)

Soil Science: Classification and Characteristics of soils, physical, chemical and organic components of soil. Soil organisms. Plant/soil – water relations. Soil erosion. Soil fertility and crop yield.

Plant Pathology: Principles and concepts in Plant pathology. Concept of diseases and infection. Host-pathogen relationship. Biology, classes and control of plant pathogens.

Horticulture: Taxonomy, morphology and anatomy of horticultural plants. Basic concepts in horticultural practices and management. Plant propagation. Post-harvest handling and marketing of horticultural plants.A survey of horticultural plants and their economic importance.
Plant Microbiology
Soil Mcrobiology

13SOME UNDERGRADUATE SUPERVISION

1.Awinilomo, O. A., (DE/2016/91 (1995). Occurrence of Black sigatoka in Banana in Makurdi, B. Sc. Thesis.

2.Nongu, E. T. (DE/2064/91) (1995). Mycolflora and viability of seven groundnut varieties, B.Sc. Thesis.

3.Garba, I. U. (RE/3413/93) (1998). Screening of Eucalyptus globulus and Ocimumgratissimum for fungitoxic properties against Pythiumaphanidermatus B. Sc. Thesis.

4.Okolo, S. I. (RE/4345/96) (2000). Sensitivity of Bacteria to common plant extract in Makurdi metropolis of Benue State; B.Sc. Thesis.

5.Gabriel Obekpa John (DE/3000/92). Studies in Pythium, Macrophomina and Fussarium Root rot of cowpea disease complex in Makurdi. B.Sc Thesis 1997.

6.Abanikanda, Bumi ( ). Antibacterial activities of different part of Nauclealatifolia. B.Sc Thesis

7.Several other undergraduate students have been supervised.




14.0POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION

M.Sc Supervision

1.Nyinoh, I.W (M.Sc./2011) Phytochemical and antimicrobial analysis of three Nigerian medicinal plants (Major Supervisor)

2.Ornguga, T.T (MSc/3262/09) Microflora of waste dumpsites soils within makurdi metropolis of benue State, Nigeria. (Major Supervisor)

2.Opita, I.C.E (MSc/1816/05) Acute toxicity of Glyphosphate (N-Phosphon-o-methyl) Glycine on the fingerlings of exotic breed of Claris garenpinu (Major Supervisor)

3.Onyeke, O.L (07/2357/MSc) Studies on the Physio-chemical and heavy metal components of Usumu River in Abuja, Nigeria. (Major Supervisor)

4.Akpera, Evelyn Iwuese (10/3515/MSc) Microbial isolates in early swabs of open musculosketal injuries on patients attending Federal medical center Makurdi

Ph.D. Supervision

1.Bem. A.A. (Ph.D.)(PHD/1564/03). Incidence and evaluation of tomato (Lycopersiconesculentum, L. (Mill) in some tomato growing areas of Benue State, Nigeria. (Now Professor, Federal University Duste-ma, Katsina State)

2. Okoro James Kalu (Ph.D.) Studies of some field to storage diseases of soybean and their control in Benue State

3.Apeyuan, D. (Ph.D/321/01). Aetiology and control of leaf disease of Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) in Benue State.

4.James Innam Okogbaa (Ph.D/0277/15). Epidermology of Striga in Nasarawa State, Nigeria. (On-going Ph.D) with The Federal University Lafia.

5.Elaigwu M. () Studies on Charcoal rot of Beniseed in Nigerian Guinea Savannah. (On-going Ph.D Programme)

EXTERNAL EXAMINER/EXTERNAL ASSESsEMENT.

External Examiner

1.The Federal Unversity of Technology Akure
Ajayi Ayodele (MS.c) (CSP/01/0078)-2006

2.The Federal Unversity of Technology Akure
Ojo Bashiru Akinpelu (Ph.D) (CRP/97/9590)-2014

3.The Federal Unversity of Technology Akure
(Undergraduate External Examiner)- 2009/2010

4.University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria
Ayodeji Abolade Adebisi (MS.c)-2007

5.University of Calabar, Nigeria-2016

EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT FOR PROMOTION TO ASSOCIATE/PROFESSORS

Nasarawa State University Keffi (2013)- Promotion to Associate Professor

Kogi State University, Anyigba
(Ref.KSU/VC/PRAS/100/VII/160X,2011)- Promotion to Associate Professor

University of Ibadan, Nigeria- Promotion to Professor
(Ref.PROM/2007 of 17/01/2011)

University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria- - Promotion to Associate Professor
(Ref:UC/VC/35 of 27/07/2015)

University of Ile-Ife, Nigeria- Promotion to Professor
(Ref.R/PA.ACESE/1/AWO/PFQ/PROF/SC53 of 407.2011)


University of Ile-Ife, Nigeria- Promotion to Associate Professor
(Ref.R/PA.ACSE/SAL/PRQ/READ/AG/65 of 47/2011)

Bayelsa State University, Wilberforce-- Promotion to Associate Professor

University of Jos, Nigeria