University of Ibadan Alumni Association
Enugu State Branch

Publications

PEP-TALK

An invitation which was recently made by the University of Ibadan Alumni Association Enugu State Branch was the introduction of Pep-talk to its monthly meetings. It is conceptualized as a pre-meeting event designed to quench the intellectual thirst of members and widen their horizon of knowledge. In format, it is a 30 minutes event – 20 minutes of talk and 10 minutes of an interactive session. The talk in delivered to members by a nominated resource person who may or may not be an alumnus of the University of Ibadan. Its focus is on any topic which in the opinion of the chosen resource person will possibly be of general interest to the members.

To drive this event, the Association constituted a 3-man Pep-talk Committee chaired by an Alumnus, an academic and eminent surgeon, Professor Nene Elsie Obianyo. Other members of the committee include, the branch Legal Adviser, Barrister Fidelis Mbadugha and a former UIAA national publicity secretary, an ex-officio member of the branch Exco and  web editor of the branch website, Vin Okonkwo.

Given the favourable reaction emanating from members about the Pep-talk, there is no iota of doubt that it is a welcome development in the life of the Association. Members are looking forward to it at each monthly meeting with keen interest and expectation.

The task before the Pep-talk committee is to sustain it.

 

ECONOMIC EFFECT OF TAXATION
- G. E. Ezeuko Jnr. SAN 12th July 2015

Taxation is seen as a burden which every citizen must bear to sustain his or her government because the government has certain functions to perform for the benefits of its citizen. Accordingly, taxation is the most important source of revenue for modem government. Taxation is also a compulsory levy by the government through its agencies on the income, such as salaries, business profits, interests, dividends, discount and royalties. It is also levied against capital gains, capital transfer and petroleum profits...Read More

 

Hand Hygiene
- Prof Nene Obianyo

Hand hygiene is the act of cleansing one's hands for the purpose of removing soil, chemicals, dirt, or germs.
The main health purpose of hand hygiene is to cleanse the hands of germs (including bacteria, viruses or fungi) and chemicals which can cause personal harm or disease and which can be transferred to another person.
This is especially important for people who handle food or work in the medical field, but it is also an important practice for the general public...Read More

 

WILL - Why How and When

Will is defined by the Blacks Law Dictionary as "An instrument by which a person makes a disposition of his Real and personal property, to take effect after his death and which by its nature is ambulatory and revocable during his lifetime". Flowing from the above definition is that it covers the person making the will (Testator)s Real (Landed) property and personal (all other properties) acquired during his lifetime and which he intends to give out to named persons (Beneficiaries) upon his death AND which said will remains ambulatory (can be changed, varied or revoked) at anytime by the testator before it take effect upon his death. The wil1s Act 1837 and the various wills laws of the states give wills legal armor and Authority...Read More

 

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

I am strongly persuaded to share these few words with you for the benefit of all of us. You are all aware I had a stroke on October 10 2013. I am now recovering. The experience I have gone through is what 1 cannot wish anyone no matter how evil that one is. This is what has informed this sharing.
 
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is interrupted or severely reduced, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and other nutrients. Within minutes, brain cells begin to die. Strokes are called either "Haemorrhagic Stroke" when caused by rupture of a brain artery, due mainly to hypertension, or "Ischaemic Stroke" when brain artery is blocked. Ischaemic type is called "Embolic Stroke" when a blood clot (or other embolus) from elsewhere causes the blockage in the brain artery; and when the blockage is caused by a local clot-forming process in the brain artery it is called a "Thrombotic Stroke"...Read More

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


Diabetes is a disorder in which there is an abnormally high level of glucose in the blood due to inability of the body to properly handle glucose. In diabetes the principal regulator of glucose in the blood known as Insulin is either deficient in quantity or. even though present has a defect at its site of action.

In lay terms diabetes has been described as "oria sugar" i.e sugar disease. No wonder it is believed that excessive intake of sugar in the diet will result in diabetes...Read More

Features

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

 

Pep-Talks

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

Hand Hygiene
- Prof Nene Obianyo

WILL - Why How and When
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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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