University of Ibadan Alumni Association
Enugu State Branch



Connecting People to Nature Through Parks and Open Spaces
- Millicent Ele 30th May 2017

In 1972, the United Nations General Assembly designated 5th June as the World Environment Day - a day set aside to raise global awareness about environmental issues and to take positive action to protect the natural environment and the planet Earth. It was celebrated for the first time in ly1974OneunderEarth”theandsloganthe glo“On rotating from country to country in 1988. In 2016, it was hosted in Africa by Angola under the theme “Fight against the illegal Trade magnificent wildlife now under serious threat due to overexploitation, poaching and habitat destruction. Millions of people, organizations, schools, corporate bodies and governments have taken part over the years in the celebration of World Environment Day – thus helping to create awareness and drive change in national and international environmental policy....Read More (pdf)


- Professor Wilson I. B. Onuigbo 17th February 2016

All protocols observed!

Observed by His Excellency, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu of blessed memory, was a poignant point about the Igbo Ethnic Group. This he made when visited by a delegation from my neighbouring Oraifite, a Town linked with his own Nnewi Town and Ichi Town as the larger Anaedo Community. Indeed, this happened in those happy postwar days after his record return from abroad.

Abroad aspect of another type was recognized by great Ojukwu himself. This was to the effect that members of the West African Ethnic Groups had found themselves as slaves, and hence as mere commodities for sale in the American Plantations. Interestingly, as he divulged on the basis of museum evidence, the Igbo slave was sold at a higher price. In other words, the slave at disposal was not merely being labelled as an Igbo, but as a "genuine" Igbo! ...Read More (pdf)


Fighting Lassa Fever Through Community-Based Disease Surveillance in Nigeria
- Millicent Ele 17th February 2016

Disease surveillance is primary and indispensable towards effective prevention and control of infectious diseases. It provides needed information for prompt detection of outbreaks and the initiation of response actions. An effective disease surveillance system must be able to produce valid, representative data in a timely manner; and these would be promptly analyzed for early detection of outbreaks. The International Health Regulations (IHR 2005 or the Regulations) came into force on 15th June, 2007 and mandates all Member States to develop, strengthen, and maintain core capacity for disease surveillance and response at most by June
2016. With no specific provision for funding, it is a challenge for low-resourced African countries (including Nigeria) to meet this deadline. It is equally a global concern because infectious diseases know no boundaries and can spread to other nations and continents in a matter of hours and days. Therefore, developing an effective surveillance system for African countries is an imperative....Read More (pdf)




Connecting People to Nature Through Parks and Open Spaces - Millicent Ele

The Role of Referees in Research
- Professor Wilson I. B. Onuigbo

Fighting Lassa Fever Through Community-Based Disease Surveillance in Nigeria - Millicent Ele


Alumni/Public Lectures

Application of the Residency Rule in Nigeria's Tax Administration - Sir Jay Jay G. E. Ezeuko

STRESS - A Global Health Concern
- Prof Nene Elsie Agugua Obianyo

Towards a Stable and Viable Third Republic - Prof Ukwu I. Ukwu

Radio Without Battery
- Ralph Opara

Environmental Determinism
- Dr. J. O. J. Okezie

May it Never Be Said of Us: “These Were Once A Decent and Enlightened People"
- Prof. A. B. C. Nwosu



Economic Effects of Taxation
- G. E. Ezeuko Jnr. SAN

Hand Hygiene
- Prof Nene Obianyo

WILL - Why How and When

Diabetes Mellitus: Risk Factors Prevention and Treatment - Young Ekenechukwu E.

The Surge of Thrombotic Stroke
- Dr. C. C. Nweze

Your Prostate and You
- Dr Ugwumba Fred .O.

Staying Young
- Prof Nene Obianyo



















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