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  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae of Udochukwu Onyekachukwu .A.OgbajiMobile Phone Numbers 08033486531, 07082729455Email Address udojoel77@yahoo.caOBJECTIVETo put the best of knowledge, skills and attitude to work in achieving the over-all vision andmission of the Institution.PERSONAL DATAPlace/Date of Birth Lagos/5th March, 1978Nationality NigeriaState of Origin/LGA Anambra/Orumba NorthReligion ChristianityPermanent Home Address Eziokwe Village, NdikelionwuPresent Postal Address Dept. of Public Administration Federal Polytechnic Oko.Marital Status MarriedSex MaleNumber of Children ThreeEDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES a. Anambra State University, Igbariam Campus. 2009-2012 b. University of Calabar, Calabar. 2002-2003 c. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt. 1997-2001 d. Community Secondary School, Ndikelionwu. 1989-1995 e. Central School, Ndikelionwu. 1983-1988 1
  2. 2. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES Master of Science, (M.Sc) in Political Science 2009-2012 With options in Comparative Govt. and Politics. Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration (PGDPA)-Credit. 2002-2003 B.Sc (Ed) Political Science. 2nd Class Hons. Lower Div. 1997-2001 West African School Certificate (SSCE) 1989-1995 First School Leaving Certificate 1982- 1988 PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/ MEMBERSHIP OF ORGANIZATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTES/BODIES 1. Member, United Action Against Corruption and Injustice International (UAACAII), An International, Anti-Corruption, Human Rights, Non-Governmental Organization. 2008 2. Associate Fellow, Institute of Industrial Administration of Nigeria. 2012 3. Member, Corporate Administration Institute (Institute of Corporate Administration). 2012.Job Experiences a. King Davidson Nig. Ltd 15 Peremabiri Street, D/Line, PortHarcourt. *Served as the Company Secretary, July 1995-June 1997. b. Ugwunagbo Local Govt., HQRTS, Asa-Nnentu, Abia State. National Population Commission Office/ Corp Liaison Officer (CLO). Sept. 2003-Sept. 2004 (NYSC Work Experience) c. Ideal Standard Communications No 2 Michael Onwufuju Street, Opposite Infant Jesus Academy, Old Anwai Road, Asaba. 2
  3. 3. Delta State. *Served as an Administrative Manager. Sept 19th 2005-March, 2008.Cognate/Previous Academic & Research Experiences*Lecturer, Department of Political Science,Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe 2008-2011RESPONSIBILITIES IN NWAFOR ORIZU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION - Teaching and Supervising of Student’s Research Project - Teaching Practice Supervision for Students*Research FellowCentre for Advanced Arts, Science, Social and Management Science Research (CAASSMSR)No 2 Michael Onwufuju Street, Old Anwai Road, Asaba 2010-Date*Research and Group D irectorThe Social Science Study Group (SSSG) Asaba. 2011-DateCurrent Address/Department: Lecturer, Department of Public Administration, Federal Polytechnic, Oko. Anambra State.RESPONSIBILITIES IN FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OKO - Teaching and supervising of student’s research projectINSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS AND THESIS 1. The Relationship between Educational Qualification and Political Participation among Women in Orumba North Local Government Area of Anambra State. A research project submitted to the Department of Educational Foundation, Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of B.Sc (ed) (Hons), 2001. 3
  4. 4. 2. The State, Private Property and the Dominant Class in a Dependent Economy: A Case Study of Nigeria. A research project submitted to the Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA), of the University of Calabar in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration PGDPA, 2003.3. U N C E D A W and Women Socio-Political Rights in Nigeria: The South-South Experience. A research thesis submitted to the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Anambra State University, Igbariam, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree in Political Science with option in Comparative Government and Politics. 2012. COMPUTER SKILLS- Use of Computer System for Emailing and Internet Browsing- Use of MS Word Office, Excel and Corel Draw- Desktop Publishing PUBLISHED WORKS/TEXTBOOKS - Ogbaji, U. (2008). Principles, Practice and Techniques of Public Administration. Lagos: Petrosini Communications. - Ajie, O. & Ogbaji, U. (2009). Contemporary Political Analysis. Lagos: Petrosini Communications. - Ogbaji, U. (2009). Political Parties and Pressure Groups in Nigeria. Onitsha: Ever Standard Publishers. - Ajie, O. & Ogbaji, U. (2009). The Politics of Development and Underdevelopment. Asaba: Eluwa Press. JOURNALS/ BOOK CHAPTERS - Ogbaji, U. (2009). “Oligarchy and Democracy: The Nigeria Experience”. An Article Published In Journal Of Arts And Social Sciences, Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe. Vol. 1. - Ogbaji, U., Ike, C., and Mbaebie, J. (2010). “Rural Development and Local Government Administration in Nigeria”. An article published in the Journal of Research and Development. Vol.1, No. 1. 4
  5. 5. - Ogbaji, U. (2010). “Development Of Primary Education In Nigeria: The Military and Civilian Regimes Compared (1966-1983)”. An Article Published in the Journal of Women in Colleges of Education, Eastern Zone (WICE). Vol. 2, 2010. - Ogbaji, U. and Ike, C. (2010). “The Impact of Globalization on the Socio-Economic Development of Africa”. An Article Published In the Journal Of Arts And Social Sciences, Nwafor Orizu College Of Education, Nsugbe. Vol. 2,. - Ogbaji, U., and Azide, J., (2011). “Uwais Electoral Report and Election Matters for Development in Nigeria”. An Article Published In The Journal of Research And Development. Vol.2, No. 1. -Ogbaji, U. (2011). “Human Rights, Rule Of Law and Governance: The Nigeria Paradox” An Article Published In The Journal of Research And Development. Vol.2, No. 1. - Ogbaji, U., Nwankwo. R., Ike, C., and Ananti, M. (2011). “Adhoc Committee and the Erosion of Local Government Autonomy in Nigeria”. An Article Published In The Journal of Research And Development. Vol.2, No. 1.- Nwankwo, R. and Ogbaji, U. (2011). “Budget Preparation and Monitoring as an EffectiveInstrument for Ensuring Project Implementation at the Local Government Level”. An Articlepublished in the Journal Of Public Administration, Federal Polytechnic, Oko. Anambra State.April.- Ogbaji, U. (2010). “International Conventions and Women’s Rights in Nigeria”. An ArticlePublished In The International Journal of Political Science and Administrative Studies.Vol.2,No. 1. - Ogbaji, U. and Nwankwo, R. (2011). “The Promotion of Women’s Rights in Nigeria: The Case of Women Non-Governmental Organizations”. Article Published In The International Journal series on Tropical Issues. Tropical Focus, Douala-Cameroun, Vol. 12, No. 2. August - Ogbaji, U., Ike. C., and Ananti, M. (2011). “Good Governance For Sustainable Growth And Development In Nigeria: A Panacea For Ending Ethnic Conflicts And Minority Agitations In The Niger-Delta” Article Published In the International Journal series on Tropical Issues. Tropical Focus, Douala-Cameroun, Vol. 12, No. 1. April - Ogbaji, U., Nwankwo. R., and Ike, C. (2011). “Property and Political Stability in Plato and Aristotle: Lessons for contemporary politics in Nigeria”. An Article Published In The Journal of Research And Development. Vol.2, No. 2, July-December- Frank – Collins Okafor and Udochukwu Onyekachukwu .A. Ogbaji (2011). Lockean Social Contract and Political Development: A Case Study of Bayelsa State of Nigeria 5
  6. 6. (1999-2007). An Article Published In the International bilingual and multi-disciplinary Journal of contemporary issues And Development studies. Vol.1, No. 1, July-December.- Ogbaji, Udochukwu (2012). “Historical Origin of Terrorism” in Frank – Collins Okafor and Peter Amobi Chiamaogu (ed). Thoughts on International Relations. Lagos: Absolute Media. Pp. 207-220.-Ogbaji, U. (2012). “Plato’s Political Philosophy and the Problem of Political Leadership in Nigeria” An Article published in the International bilingual and multi-disciplinary Journal of contemporary issues And Development studies. Vol.1, No. 1, JULY.Ogbaji, Udochukwu A.O and Okeke, Arinze Nicholas (2012). “Corruption, Governance and Political Instability: Metaphors of Underdevelopment in Nigeria”. An Article Published in the International bilingual and multi-disciplinary Journal of contemporary issues And Development studies. Vol.1, No. 2, December.SOME NATIONAL WORKSHOPS ATTENDED/ PAPER (S) PRESENTED1. Ogbaji, U. (2008). “Youths and Election Malpractices”. A Paper Presented On The Occasion Of Political Science Students’ Week Of The Nwafor Orizu College Of Education, Nsugbe. 23rd July. (Unpublished).2. An Operational Workshop on “The Prompt Rendition of Annual Financial Statement and Budgeting” (The Local Government In Perspective). Organized By Intermedia Consults, Abuja-Nigeria For Delta State Local Government Service Commission, Asaba-Delta State (2nd- 4th March, 2011) Title Of Paper Presented: Budget Preparation And Monitoring As An Effective Instrument For Ensuring Project Implementation At The Local Government Level.3. An Operational Workshop on “Effective Time Management for Higher Productivity” (The Local Government in Perspective). Organized By Intermedia Consults, Abuja-Nigeria For Delta State Local Government Service Commission, Asaba-Delta State (19th - 20th April, 2011) Title Of Paper (S) Presented: a- Effective Time Management: A Key to Higher Productivity For Local Government Administrators. 6
  7. 7. b- Time Management: A Major Challenge to Nigeria’s Economic Development- The Public Service Experience. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ATTENDED1. The First UAACAII International Conference Titled “Re-Engineering The Fight Against Corruption And Injustice For Good Governance And Sustainable Developmental Growth In Africa And The Millennium Gold Medal Merit Award For Incorruptible Icons In Africa” Organized By The United Action Against Corruption And Injustice International (UAACAII), Held On Wednesday, October 29th 2008, At The Banquet Hall, National Centre For Women Development, Abuja, Nigeria.2. The Second UAACAII International Conference Titled “Re-Engineering The Fight Against Corruption And Injustice For Good Governance And Sustainable Developmental Growth In Africa And The Millennium Gold Medal Merit award For Incorruptible Icons In Africa” Organized By The United Action Against Corruption And Injustice International (UAACAII), Held On Thursday, the 27th day of August, 2008, At The Golden Lilly Hall, Ghana International Conference Centre, Accra, Ghana.3. The Third UAACAII International Conference On Research and Development Held On Monday, May 24th 2010, At The Taraba Hall, International Conference And Eagle Square, Abuja, Nigeria.4. The Fourth UAACAII International Conference On Research and Development Cum Investiture/Award Held On Monday, November 22nd – Wednesday 24th 2010, At The Professor Uzoka Conference Centre, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka- Anambra State, Nigeria.5. The Fifth UAACAII International Conference On Research and Development Cum Investiture Held On Tuesday 24th- Thursday 26th May 2011, At The Hall Amphi 750, University of Buea- Cameroun. Republic of Cameroun.6. The Seventh International Conference On Sustainable Development Held On Tuesday 26th- Friday 29th July 2011, At The Chinua Achebe Arts Theater, University of Calabar, Nigeria. 7
  8. 8. 7. The Eighth International Conference on Sustainable Development Held On Tuesday 23rd- Friday 26th August 2011, At The Salle Audio, Vissuelle, Universite Nationale du Benin, Abomey-Calavi, Cotonou. Republic of Benin.8. The Sixth UAACAII International Bi-Lingual Conference On Research and Development Held On Monday 28th- Wednesday 30th November 2011, At The University Auditorium, University of Lome- Togo. Republic of Togo.9. The Seventh UAACAII International Bi-Lingual Conference On Research and Development Held On Wednesday 23rd- Friday 25th November 2011, At The Theatre Teacher’s Hall Complex, Adabraka, (La) Accra, Ghana.AWARD (S) Educational Leadership Award by the Institute of Industrial Administration of Nigeria. RESEARCH INTERESTS Gender Studies and Development, Government and Politics, Electoral Systems and Political Theory. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Reading and Writing, Research Works, Listening to Good Music, Reading Newspapers and Magazines, Playing Table Tennis and Chatting with my Kids. REFEREES Professor Charles Nnolim. MWAL, FWLA, FIBA, FNAL, NNOM Professor of English, University of Port Harcourt. Visiting Professor, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. 08033400055 Dr. (Mrs) Rose Nwankwo FCAI Dr. Chukwuemeka Jaja Nwanegbo Chief Lecturer/Head, Associate Professor Department Of Public Administration Department of Political Science, Federal Polytechnic, Oko. Federal University, Wukari, Taraba State 08033352793 08033194833 8

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