Dr. Eric Omazu

Eric Omazu

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Senior Lecturer

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  1. Omazu, E. (2017). “Bio-ethics: Philosophical Consideration and Challenges for Africa”, Journal of Social Sciences, 1(2), 19-39.
  2. Omazu, E. (2015). Interplay of Ethics and Science: A Dialogic, UNIZIK Journal of Philosophy, 2, 59 – 71
  3. Omazu, E. & Sarumi, K.H. (2015). Attaining Universal Secondary School Education for the Girl Child in Nigeria through ODL, West African Journal of Open & Flexible Learning (WAJOFEL), 4 (1), 53-62
  4. Omazu, E. (2015). An Examination of Communalism in African Societies, Journal of Philosophy & Religion, 9 (1), 61-70
  5. Omazu, E. & Odimegwu, I. (2014) The Quest for African Identity in the Current World Order. In O. Anyiam-Osigwe, (Ed) A Holistic Approach to Human Existence and Development, (pp. 143 – 158) Ibadan: Hope Publications, 
  6. Omazu, E., Eyisi, J. & Oby Akaegbobi, (2012), Research Methods in English Studies (National Open University of Nigeria, Course Book for ENG 812), Lagos: National Open University of Nigeria
  7. Omazu, E. (2012), “Vernacularism as Ideology,” in Ogirisi: A New Journal of African Studies, 9, 82 – 107.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Omazu, E. (2017). Breaking the Bar: Equity for Inmates and Freedom of Education through the National Open University of Nigeria. Paper presented at the Association of West-African Universities Conference, Niamey, Niger Republic, October, 2017 
  2. Omazu, E. & Odiegwu-Enwerem, C. (2014). Cyber Journalism in Nigeria: Issues of Rights and Ethics. Paper presented at the International Conference on Bounds of Ethics, Christ University, Bangalore, India, 6th – 9th January, 2014. 
  3. Omazu, E. & Sarumi W. (2013).  Considering the Plausibility of Attaining Universal Secondary School Education for the Girl-Child through ODL. Paper presented at the 7th Pan-Commonwealth Conference (PCF-7), International Conference Centre, Abuja, 2nd – 6th December , 2013 
  4. Omazu, E. (2013), The Gaznavids Dynasty as Source of Hegel’s Narrative on Slavery and Freedom. Paper presented at the International Conference on Turkmen Literature of the Gaznavids Period, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 4th – 5th December , 2013.