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DIASPORA CONFERENCE 19TH – 22ND NOVEMBER, 2018 PROPOSED PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

DIASPORA
CONFERENCE 19
TH
– 22
ND
NOVEMBER, 2018

PROPOSED
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

Dear
participants presented below are the proposed programme of events of
our conference, the panel sessions for observations on errors or
omissions for necessary correction and addition, as well as
information on hotel reservations and travels. The conference holds
at the University of Abuja, Abuja, Permanent site, Along Airport
Road, Abuja.

DATE
AND TIME-FRAME

ACTIVITIES

VENUE

Monday 19th
November, 2018 10 am to 5 pm
Arrival and Registration
of Conference Participants
Faculty of Management
Science Auditorium

DAY
ONE:

Tuesday,
20
th
November, 2018

8.00am – 10.00am

Arrival Registration of
Guests and Conference Participants
Faculty of Management
Science Auditorium
10.00am – 11.00am
  • Welcoming of Dignitaries
  • Introduction of Dignitaries                           By Professor Macpherson Azuike
  • Nigerian National Anthem
  • German National Anthem
  • University of Abuja Anthem
  • Welcome Address by the Convener,             Professor Effiok B. Uwatt

 

  • Welcome Address by the Chief Host,

Professor Michael U. Adikwu FAS, FPSN, FSTAN, MIPAN,

Vice-Chancellor,
University of Abuja, Nigeria

-Opening Remark by Co-Convener

Professor Klaus Stierstorfer

-Goodwill Message by His Excellency, the

German Ambassador to Nigeria. Goodwill Message by His Excellency the Minister of the
Federal Capital Territory. Other good will messages.

Faculty of Management
Science Auditorium

11.00am – 11.15am

11.15am – 11.25

Variety Show  ; Citation of Keynote
Speaker 1: Professor Bernardine Evaristo

11.25am – 11.12.05am Keynote Address 1
12.05 am – 12.20 pm Tea Break

12.20pm – 12.30 pm

12.30 – 1.15pm

 

Citation of Keynote Speaker 2: Professor Sam Egwu

Keynote Address 2

1.15pm – 1.20 pm Vote of Thanks by
Professor James Omole
,,
1.20pm – 2.pm Lunch Library Conference Room
2pm – 3.pm Parallel Sessions Panel
A: 1, 2, 3,4
Management Science
Auditorium, Senate Meeting Hall and Library Conference Hall
3.pm – 3.15pm Citation of Keynote
Speaker 3:Professor Siyan Oyewoso
Faculty of Management
Science Auditorium
3.15pm – 4.00pm Keynote Address 3

4.00pm – 5.00 pm

4.50 pm – 6. pm

 

Variety
Performances

Meet and Greet

Library Conference Hall

DAY TWO:

Wednesday 21st
November, 2018

9.30am – 10.30am

Parallel Session B:
Panel 5, 6,7,8
Management Science
Auditorium,Senate Meeting Hall and Library Conference Hall
10.30am – 10.40am Citation of Keynote
Speaker 4:Professor Chudi Uwazurike
Faculty of Management
Science Auditorium
10.40am – 11.25am Keynote Address 4
11.25am – 11.45am Tea Break

11.45am – 12.45pm

12.45 pm—12.55pm

12.55 pm—1. 40pm

Parallel
Session C: Panels 9,10,11,12, 13

Citation
of Keynote Speaker : Professor Epiphany

Azinge

Keynote Address 5

Management
Science Auditorium, Senate Meeting and Library Conference Halls

Management
Science Auditorium

1.40pm – 2.40pm Lunch Library Conference Hall
2.40pm – 3.40pm Parallel Session D:
Panels 13,14,15,16, 17 18
Management Science
Auditorium, Senate Meeting and Library Conference Halls
3.40pm – 6.400pm Vice’s Cocktail Library Conference Hall

PARALLEL SESSIONS: PANEL A: 1, 2, 3,4: Tuesday, 20th
November, 2018, 2 pm – 3 pm, Venue: Management Science Auditorium

PANEL I – CONCEPTUAL AND THEORETICAL ISSUES OF DIASPORA: CHAIRMAN – Professor Anthony A. Olaoye. Venue – Senate meeting Hall.

Queer African diasporas in contemporary writing from and about Nigeria

Dr. Gigi Adair

University of Potsdam, Germany.

Chanaani Makar Origins of the Word “Diaspora”

Charles Ogundu Nnaji (Ph.D) , University of Abuja.

Where is Home?

Amos, D Bivan, Wyom, Grace Mathew and Bido Ezekiel

University of Western Cape, South Africa & A.B.U, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria

A Process Approach in States Integration of Diaspora People in the Light of Diogenes Concept of Global Citizenship: A Quest for Humanistic Philosophy

Buki, Michael Noel 

Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria.

5. Migration: A Natural Phenomenon within metaphysical Time and Space

Edeh, Peter Daniel

Dept. of Philosophy, University of Abuja.

6. Conceptual and Theoretical Issues in Diaspora: A Socio-Political and Linguistic Perspective.

Prof A.A Olaoye

Dept. of Linguistics and African Languages, Faculty of Arts, University of Abuja.

PANEL 2: NIGERIAN DIASPORAS AND INDIGENE SETTLER POLITICS: CHAIRMAN – Professor Klaus Stierstopher, Venue: Management Science Auditorium: Time 2pm – 3pm

Nigerian Diaspora Religion and Indigene-Settler Politics.

Dr. Abdulqadir Sulaiman Muhammad

University of Abuja.

Application of Nationality in National Jurisdictions and the Philosophy of “No Place like Home: Enforcing the Right to Vote on Nigerians in Diaspora”

Dr. N.C. Aja.

Dept. of Philosophy University of Port Harcourt.

Examining the Politics of Location of Africa in Diaspora.

Dr. Amos Adekunle Adediran

Federal College of Education, Abeokuta, Ogun State

Diaspora Impact on Psychological Disposition and Quality of Life in Nigeria.

Alphonsus Chukwuemaka Ihenacho Ph.D

Nile University of Nigeria.

Ceasar to Caesar, God to God: Insights for Diaspora Relation with Indigenes

Onwuka Patricia Udoka (M.A.
Student)

Dept.of Religious, Old
Testament Studies

University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

The Issue of One’s Identity and National Identity: To Whom Does Land Belong?

Dr. Sylvie Bernard Patel,

United Kingdom

PANEL 3: NIGERIAN DIASPORAS AND INDIGENE SETTLER POLITICS: Chairman – Professor O.N. Maduka Durunze. Venue- Library Conference Hall. Time – 2pm – 3pm

Issues and Challenges in Diaspora: Language as Panacea

Amos Dlibugunaya Ph.D and
Abdumalik Nuhu Ph.D

Dept. of Linguistics

University of Abuja

Significance of Social Bonds and Cultural Sustenance of Nigerians in Diaspora

Orji Boniface Ifeanyi.

Dept. of History and
Deplomatic Studies

Crown Hill University,
Eiyenkorim, Ilorin, Kwara State.

Promotion of Indigenous Language, and culture: The Case of Sign Language and the Guosa Language.

Alex G. Igbineweka:

Guosa Educational Scientific
and Cultural Institute, Inc. USA

and Emma Asonye Ph.D

Morphosemantic Analysis of the Language of Terrorism: The Case of Selected Speeches of Boko Haram Leaders.

Abochol, Simon Itine Ph.D and Emmanuel Sebele

Dept. of English University of Abuja

PANEL 4: RELIGION AND DIASPORA IN NIGERIA: CHAIRMAN – Professor Mabel Evwierhma. Venue – Library Conference Hall. Time – 2pm – 3pm

Religion, Ethnicity and Diaspora in the North Central Region of Nigeria

Abok Theresa A.

Dept. of Religious Studies

University of Abuja, Abuja.

Diaspora and Ethno-Religious Conflict in Nigeria

Bala Umar and Murtala Usman
Aliyu,

Department of Public
Administration, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

Diaspora of the Jews in the Old Testament and its Relevance in Understanding
Diaspora in Nigeria Context: Problems and Prospects.

David Bahal Azoma

Federal University of Kashere,
Gombe State

Islam and the People of Eti-Osa in Lagos State up to 2014: A general historical survey.

Razaq Ishola Haruna

A Portrait of Nigeria Diaspora: The Roles of the Church

Dr. Igwe Sunday Ukoha

Department of Religious
Studies, Gombe State University, Gombe.

Politics Transnational Muslims In Diaspora: Opportunities For Nigeria Muslim
(Ummah) Community

Dr. Olaofe Musa

Department of Islamic Studies

University of Abuja. And

Dr. Mutiullah Olasupo

Department of Political Science and International Relations

University of Abuja.

Parallel Session B: Panel 5, 6, 7, 8. Date: Wednesday, 21 2018. Time: 9.30 – 10.30 am.

PANEL 5: RELIGION AND DIASPORA IN NIGERIA CHAIRMAN – Professor Azeez Taofiq. Venue – Library Conference Hall

By the Rivers of Babylon” (Psalm 137:1-6): A Socio-Religious Analogy of the Jews in Diaspora in Light of Oida’s Struggle for a Home in FCT, Abuja, Nigeria.

Nesta ANDY-PHILIP

Dept of Religious Studies

University of Abuja

Factors Responsible for Widowhood among multi-ethnic Pentecostal Member Settlers of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

Rev. Alifa Samuel and Solomon,
J.D. Zhiya

Dept of Religious Studies and
Dept. of Art & Social Science Education

University of Abuja, Abuja

Globalization of Holy Ghost Service of the Redeemed Christian Church of God

Fabunmi Samuel Kehinde, Ph.D.

Federal College of Education,
Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Religion and Diaspora: The Islamic Panacea to the Effects of Jos Crises on
the Development of Women and Youths.

Rafatu Abulhamid Ph.D

Dept.of Islamic Studies,
University of Abuja

Impact of Herdsmen/Farmers’ Conflict on religion, Politics, and Economy:
Christian Perspective.

Atnazhim Ephrath and John
Haruna

Dept. of Christian Religious Study

Niger State College of Education, Minna

Adherence to Islamic Worldview on Tenancy: A Panacea to Indigene-Settler Crises Bedeviling the World

Abdulazeez B. Shittu Ph.D. &
Musa Olaofe, Ph.D.

Dept. of Islamic Studies,
University of Abuja.

PANEL 6: NIGERIAN ECONOMY/POLITICS AND DIASPORA: CHAIRMAN – Professor C. Siyan. Venue – Management Science Auditorium. Time – 9.30 – 10.30

The Role of Lebanese Traders in the Establishment and Development of Kantin Kwari Market in Kano, Nigeria, 1933-1972.

Junaidu Danladi

Bayero University, Kano.

Effects of Capital Adequacy on Performance of the Banking Sector in Nigeria (2001-2016)

Department of Banking and
Finance, Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu, Yobe State

The Economics of Diaspora and Indigene-Settler Crises

Aisha Danjuma Muhammad

F.C.E. Katsina, Katsina State.

The Igbo Ezue: Emergence and Transformation of Nigeria Community in Urban China

Kudus Oluwatoyin Adebayo

Department of Sociology,
University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

The Interesting Socio-Politics of Olaudah Equiano, the Self-Style African.

Julie Iromuanya Ph.D.

Department of English, MFA
Creative Writing, University of Arizona

Boko Haram Terrorism and Economic Underdevelopment in Nigeria: Any Casualty?

Emmanuel Francis, Yahaya
Bitrus Bawa, Kurason Kenneth Zheihnom.

Dept of Public Administraion,
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria

PANEL 7: NIGERIAN ECONOMY/POLITICS AND DIASPORA: CHAIRMAN – Professor O. Olaniyi.
Venue – Senate Meeting Hall. Time: 9.30 – 10.30

The Nigerian Diaspora and National Development in the Fourth Republic: Evaluating its Contributions and Challenges.

Ishaka Dele, Zainab
Lawal Kankara, Humphey Ukeaja,

Dept. of Political Science,
University of Abuja.

Diaspora Remittances and the Nigerian Economy: Empirical Analysis (1977-2017)  Ugherughe, Joseph Ediri,

Department of Accounting, Banking and Finance

Delta State University,
Asaba Campus 
Asaba, Delta State

Home as the Place where the Grass is Greener for Nigerians in Diaspora: an Imperative to Pay it Backward.

Uyi Lawani

Lewis College of Management

Marshall University, Huntington, USA

A Reexamination of the Xenophobic Attacks on Nigerians in South Africa and its Socio-economic and political implications for the Host Country.

Kehinde Ernest Fakanbi

Esep le Berger University,
Cotonou, Benin Republic.

Nigerian Diaspora and Illicit Drug Trafficking: A Potential Threat to the Security

Abdullahi Musa

Ph.D Research Student

Department of Sociology
(Criminology)

University of Abuja.

Religion, Diaspora Formation and Economic Development A History of Hausa Fulani Migrants in Afikpo North Local Government of Ebonyi State.

Oko Otu Chukwuemeka Nnachi

Dept of History and
International Studies

Federal University of, Lafia,
Nassrawa State, Nigeria

PANEL 8: NIGERIAN DIASPORA LITERATURES: Chairman – Professor S.O. Ogwude. Venue – Library Conference Hall. Time: 9.30 – 10.30

Aesthetics versus Utility: Diasporic Literature in the Mass Migration Crises Era

Thomas Abimbola

Department of English,
University of Lagos.

Globalizing Environmental Conflicts through Multiplicity of Setting in Adamu Kyuka Usman’s The Death of Eternity.

Aisha Umar M.

Dept Dept. of European
Languages, Federal University,

Birnin Kebbi.

Diasporic Formations and Possibilities of Nation Building and Global Peace: A Reading of Edgar Muttleholzer’s A Morning at the Office.

Andy Adah Ejembi (MA Student)

Dept. of English

University of Abuja.

Locating the Weight of Diasporic Unbelongingness in Sefi Atta’s A Bit of Difference

Hope C. Eze.

University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Careful the Nigerians are Coming”: Unmaking the Nigerian Criminal in Stephen Elli’s This Present Darkness: A History of Nigerian Organized Crime.

Stephen Temitope David

Ph.D Candidate,

Stellenbosch University, South
Africa.

PARALLEL SESSION C ,9 10, 11, 12, 13. Time – 11.45am – 12.45 pm

PANEL 9 : NIGERIAN DIASPORA LITERATURES. CHAIRMAN – Professor Vicky M. Sylvester. Venue – Management Science Auditorium. Time: 11.45 am– 12. 45pm.

Marxist Ideology in Ojaide’s The Questioner

Adama Haruna Idrisu and
Mohammed Goni

College of Legal and Islamic
Studies, Maiduguri.

Where is Home? The Discourse of Home(coming) in Noo Saro Wiwa’s Looking for Transwonderland: Travels in Nigeria.

Chijioke Kizito Onah.

Home and Belonging in Nigerian Diaspora Literature: A Study of Buchi Emecheta’s The New Tribe

Ile, Onyebuchi James
(Ph.D).

Nile University of
Nigeria.

Nigerian Immigrants: Political and Economic Factors for emigration in Ike Oguine’s A Squatter’s Tale

Tambari Ogbonanwii Dick, Ph.D.

Okey Ndibe’s Narratives and the Diaspora Persona: A Critical Reading

Chike Okoye. Ph.D

Nnamdi Azikiwe
University, Akwa.

PANEL 10: NIGERIAN DIASPORA LITERATURES: CHAIRMAN – Professor A. A. Kolawole. Venue – Library Conference Hall. Time – 11.45am -12. 45pm

Woundedness in Tayo Olafioye’s Poetry on Exile.

Dr. Tony Anigala

National Broadcasting Commission,

Benin Zonal Office, Benin City

Native – Migrant Relations in Four Commonwealth Stories

Rex E. Odoemenam (M A Student)

Department of English University of Abuja.

Identity and Rootlessness in Unomah Azuah’s Edible Bones

Zainab Shafi

Ahmadu Bello University,
Zaria.

Migration and the Politics of Race in Abulrazak Gurnah’s Pilgrims Way

Nureni Oyewole Fadare
Ph.D.

Sokoto State University.

Incorporating Separate Identities in Diaspora Literature: Samuel Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners

Edward L. Gar

College of education
Katsina-Ala

Benue State.

PANEL 11: NIGERIAN DIASPORA LITERATURES. CHAIRMAN: Professor Isidore Nnadi. Venue – Senate Meeting Hall, Time 11.45am – 12.45pm.

Indigene-Settler and Diaspora in Nigerian Fiction: Petro- Politics and home Dichotomy in Helon Habila’s Oil on Water.

Dr Nonyelum Chibuzo Mba, Dept
of English, University of Abuja.

Nigerian Immigrants: Political and Economic Factors for emigration in Ike Oguine’s A Squatter’s Tale

Tambari Ogbonanwii Dick Ph.D

Dept of English Studies

University of Port Harcourt,
Nigeria

Between Marriage and Diaspora Literature: The Nigerian-Indian Voices in Kanchana Ugbabe’s Soulmates.

Owojecho Omoha, Ph.D

Dept. of English

University of Abuja

Hidden Narratives at the Intersection: Understanding how Britain BLAME Women white-collar professionals express their multiple identities at the intersection.

Victoria Opera

Bath Business School, Bath Spa
University, Bath, UK and Ruth Searly

University of Exerter Business
School, University of Exerter. Exerter, UK.

PANEL 12: NIGERIAN DIASPORA LITERATURES : HAIRMAN – Professor Effiok B. Uwatt. Venue – Library Conferenc Hall. Time: 11.45am 12.45pm

Nigerian Diaspora Literature: A Conceptual and Thematic Study of Chimamanda Adechie’s Americanah.

Asoronye O. Kingsley

M A Literature in English Student

Dept. of English

University of Abuja

Acculturation and Hybridation in Chimamanda Ngozi Adiechie’S The Thing Around Your Neck

Safiya Ismaila, Ph.D Student, Department of English, University of Abuja.

No Place Like Home: The New Nigerian and Cameroonian Diaspora Experiences in Chimamanda Adichie’s
Americanah
and Imbolo Mbue’s Behold the Dreamers
Effiok B. Uwatt

Department of English

University of Abuja.

Nigerian Diasporic Experiences in Chimamanda Adechie’s The Thing Around Your Neck 

           Ifueko Faith Eziebor (MA Student)

Department of English,

University of Abuja.

Chimamanda Adichie and the Nigerian Diaspora: An Analysis Minainyo
– Austin Rose

Telling the Diasporic Experience in the Narratives: Portraiture of Gender Imbalance in Chimamanda Adichie’s Americanah and Sefi Atta’s A Bit of Difference.

Onukak, Edet & Nwaedozie, Chika Roseline

Dept. of English

FCT College of Education, Zuba

PANEL 13: NIGERIAN DIASPORA ARTS (FILM, ARCHITECTURE, PAINTING, SCULPTURE, MUSIC THEATRE): CHAIRMAN – Professor Daniel Amatsola. Venue – Library Conference
Hall.Time – 11.45am -12.45pm.

Scenographic Representation of Diasporic Themes in the Theatrical Performance of Nwabueze’s Echoes of Madness
and Rotimi’s Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again

Agozie Ugwu

Nile University

Semiotic Reading and Analysis of Nollywood’s Amazing Grace as an Allegory of Forced Migration of Africans to the Diaspora of the Americas during the Transatlantic Slave Trade

Daniel Omatsola

Dept of Theather Arts

University of Abuja.

Music, Transcultural Mobility and Diaspora Identity – Perspectives on the Nigerian Diaspora in Lincolnshire, UK and Edmonton, Canada.

Dr. E.N. Nnamani & Mrs.
R.A. Sunday Kanu

University of Port Harcourt

Social
Re-integration of Internally Displaced Persons in Nigerian Camps – A Case Study of Beth Davenport and Elizabeth Mandel’s Film
Pushing the Elephant.

Machunga, A. Gertrude and
Dandaura, M. Rai

Federal University Lafia,
Nasarawa State.

Dance, Sub-culture and the Nigerian Diaspora

Emen Obonguko Olutoke Ph.D

Department of Theatre Arts

University of Abuja.

PARALLEL SESSION D 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. Time – 2.40pm – 3.40pm

PANEL 14: NIGERIAN DIASPORA ARTS (FILM, ARCHITECTURE, PAINTING, SCULPTURE, MUSIC THEATRE) CHAIRMAN – Professor Saint E. Gbilekaa. Venue : Manage Science Auditorium. Time 2.40 pm – 3.40 pm.

Rethinking the Humanities in the context of Intertextuality and adaptations within the Diasporic Construct.

Prof. Saint E. Gbilekaa and Olympus G. Ejue

Department of Theatre Arts,

University of Abuja.

The Osun Osogbo Festival: Investigating the Experience of the Nigerian migrants as festival participants

Umejei Aboshioke Llian,
University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Durban South Africa

Nigerian Diaspora Exchange and Collaboration in Filmmaking and Scholarship: Reflections on Half of a Yellow Sun
and
Iyore.

Emily Oghale Godspower

Dept. of Theatre Arts and Film
Studies

University of Port Harcourt

Umor-Ime Ritual Performance as identity and Migration Amongst the Aboh People of Nigeria.

Isename Agbomawena

Pefti Film Institute.

Isolo, Lagos.

Modern Arts and the Digital World: An Evaluation of the Nigerian Female Digital Painter, Njideka Akunyili

Kenneth Ubani

Dept. of Fine Arts and Design

University of Port Harcourt.

PANEL 15: DIASPORA FORMATIONS, INDIGENE-SETTLER CRISES, NATION BUILDING AND
GLOBAL PEACE. CHAIRMAN – Professor Effiok B. Uwatt. Venue – Senate Meeting Hall, Time: 2.40pm – 3.40pm

Migration and Politics of Race in Abdulrazak Gurna’s Pilgrims Way

Nureni Oyewole Fadare (Ph.D).

Dept of English and
Linguistics

Sokoto State University,
Sokoto

Indigene-Settler Crises in Nigeria and Efforts at Nation Building: A Re-Examination

Fakanbi, K.E

Esep le Berger Universite

Cotonou, Republic of Benin

Assessing the Role of Diaspora in Resolving Farmers/Herders Conflicts in Southern Kaduna, Nigeria

Ibrahim Baba, Gombe

Dept. of Political Science

Federal college of Education, Zaria

The Trajectories of Disputes Between Fulani Settlers and Indigenous Kataf Tribes of Southern Kaduna: Dangers to Democracy and Diaspora in Nigeria

Oduh Gabriel Obute

Department of Political Science

Federal College of Education, Zaria.

War Songs in Qku Iboku – Ikot Offiong Indigene – Settler Conflict Resolution

Effiok B. Uwatt

Dept of English , University of Abuja

PANEL 16: DIASPORA FORMATIONS, INDIGENE-SETTLER CRISES, NATION BUILDING AND
GLOBAL PEACE. CHAIRMAN – Professor Barth O. Y. Oshionebo. Venue – Library Coference Hall – Time: 2.40pm – 3.40pm

The Increasing Role of Dialogue in Resolving Indigene/Settler Conflicts in Nigeria.

Ibrahim Baba Gombe

Effects of Land-Ownership Systems and Indigene-Settlers Conflicts on the Health Well-being of Omala People, Kogi State, Nigeria.

Egwuaba, Edward Ukwubile

Department of Sociology

Kogi State University

Herdsmen and Farmers Conflict in North Central Nigeria

Janet Iko Salubuyi Ph.D

Dept of Christian Religious Studies

Niger State College off
Education, Minna

Information sharing for conflict Resolution among Fulani Herdsmen and Farmers; A Case Study of Soba Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

Garba Ishaq and Yahaya
Abubakar

Federal College of Education,
Zaria

PANEL 17: DIASPORA, INDIGENE-SETTLER EDUCATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP – CHAIRMAN: Dr. Mrs Echezona, Roseline Ifeoma. Venue Library Conference Hall – Time : 2.40pm – 3.40pm

Egalitarian Society: The Role of Public Libraries in Integration in a Multinational Society

Emmanuel O. Ajayi

Federal College of Education,
Zaria.

The Role of Library Extension Services for the Attainment of Information Rights of the Diaspora and Indigene-Settlers in Nigeria.

Auwalu Dansale Yahaya

Bayero University, Kano

Effect of Diaspora in the Development of Science Education in Nigeria

Apochi M.A, Awoyeye, O.A, and
Hur-Yagba, N.C.

University of Abuja

Developing the African Science and Technology Curriculum to Strengthen Modern Science and Technology in Diaspora

Dr. Akinyemi Folasayo Orukota

Adeniran College of Education

Oto-Ijanikin, Lagos State

Extent of Diaspora Intervention with Higher Education Development: How far, University of Abuja?

Maduekwe, Catherine Chinenye
Ph.D

Faculty of Arts University of Abuja

PANEL 18: DIASPORA, INDIGENE-SETTLER EDUCATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP – CHAIRMAN: PROFESSOR ODUMU T. O.

Role of Libraries in Literacy and Education: Prerequisite for Education and sustainable Development at all Levels of Education

            Amina Muhammad and Hafisat Aliyu Muhammad

Library Information Studies Department

Federal College of Education, Zaria

Impact of ICTs in Patients’ Records Filing: A Study of Records Unit Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Shika, Zaria.

Auzai Ahmad Yamus and Anas Sam,

College Library, College of Education, Zaria

Egalitarian
Society: The role of Public Libraries in National Integration in a
multi-national Society.

Emmamuel O. Ajayi and Hadiza Umar Ahmed

Dept of Library Information Science

Federal Colleges of Education, Zaria

Access to Higher Education: Contributions of Nigerian Diaspora in the University of University, Abuja.

Professor Odumuh, T. O.

Faculty of Education University of Abuja And

Madukwe, Catherine Chinenye Ph. D

Faculty of Arts University of Abuja

INFORMATION ON ACCOMMODATION

Participants can make Hotel Reservations of their choice from the under-listed hotels and addresses:

TRANSCORP HILTON

Transcorp Hilton Abuja. P.M.B.
200, 1 Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Abuja F.C.T., Nigeria

Room
Requirements

Offered
Rate

Twin Hilton Guest Room

N95,000

King Hilton Guest Room

N95,000

For reservations Tel: +234(0)94613000, +234(0)9 4613002

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Area 11, Garki, Abuja

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ROOM
TYPE(S)

RATE
(BREAKFAST INCLUSIVE)

1

Classic Room

N49,356.20

2

Superior Room

N66,667.20

3

Business Suite

N82,432.60

4

Executive Suite

N90,469.20

5

Ambassadorial Suite

N243,792.00

6

Presidential Suite

N394,490.00

*All rates inclusive of 5% VAT and 10% service charge

Conversion rate is N345 = USD1.00

For reservation, please call 094619000, 08095556005

Email: reservations@niconluxury.com

NAF Conference Centre and Suite

Rooms and Rates

Room Type

Rate

Deluxe

N35,000

Executive Room

N40,000

Super Executive Room

N45,000

*All rates are exclusive of 5% VAT Subject to prevailing rates of exchange

For Reservations and request please call us on 08033969196, 08058358307, 07018950044

Email: kristieobe@gmail.com or www.nafconsuite.com

COSYREST HOTEL & SUITES

Opposite University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Specialist Road, Gwagwalada Expansion Layout, Abuja

S/N

Room
Type

Rates

1

Executive Suite (A)

N10,000

2

Executive Suite (B)

N12,000

3

Executive Suite Annex

N8,000

4

Deluxe Suite (A)

N8,000

5

Deluxe Suite (B)

N10,000

6

Queen’s Suite

N15,000

For Reservations call 08032384908

ABUJA PALACE HOTEL, Gwagwalada, after Army check point.

Deluxe Standard Double N6,000

Royal Suite N8,000

For Reservations Call 07069341862

ATLAS INTERNATIONAL HOTELS LIMITED

Luxury Imperial N4,000

Deluxe N5,500

Royal N7,000

For Reservations Call 07080140500

NUT GUEST INN

Suite N10, 000

Executive N 8,000

Standard N 6,000

For Reservations Call 07031350255

MODOC HOTELS LIMITED

Standard Room N6,500

Deluxe Standard N8,500

For Reservations Call 08066334738

Students Hostel at the permanent site along Airport Road, Gwagwalada, Abuja.

N6,000 for the duration of the Conference.

For Reservation Call 08055177601

TRAVELS

All Participants travelling by air for the conference can book their flight to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, Nigeria.

Conference vehicles will be available on arrival at the airport to convey participants to hotels of their choice.

For enquiries and directions on arrival, please call 08082456539. Notify your arrival time in advance.

We wish you all save arrival in Abuja.

Professor Effiok B. Uwatt

Chairman, LOC