Claude Ake School Round-Table Picks Holes In New PIB By Obinna Nwodim

Following passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill and the call by the National Assembly on President Muhammadu Buhari to sign it into Law, stakeholders have strongly advised the President against giving assent to the contentious Bill, warning that it would spell doom for critical stakeholders.

Rising from a Round-table organised on the issue by the Claude Ake School of Government (CASG) on Thursday, April 12, 2017 located at No. 14 William Jumbo Street, Port Harcourt, participants not only picked holes in the proposed Bill, but also warned that it would further impoverish the people of the Niger Delta and Nigerians in general if it is passed into law in its present form.

In his presentation, a former Group General Manager of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr. Joseph Ellah, sounded an alarm that signing the Bill into law would impact negatively on the people of the Niger Delta region and Nigeria as a whole. Dr. Ellah believed that the PIB in its present form represented the interest of a few persons who were bent on mortgaging the interest of the next generation for their selfish interest.

Dr. Ellah, whose paper was entitled: Implications of the New Petroleum Industry Governance Bill for Nigeria, Niger Delta and the Common Man, urged Nigerians not to sit back and watch a few self-centred individuals mortgage their future to achieve their pecuniary interest. He warned that passing the Bill into law would impoverish the Niger Delta region and water down the powers of the President in the petroleum sector. “It will distort in a near permanent way the economic balance of the nation and create a false sense of wealth without work. It will also create poorer masses by virtue of the gap between the rich and the poor who would be left with nil purchasing power,” he stated.

Dr. Ellah, who is Chairman of the CASG Governing Board made further revalations: “There is a group of people whose main objective is ownership of the oil and gas industry in Nigeria. They are the ones promoting the passage of the Bill which end game is to sell off the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation.” He questioned the rationale behind the proposal to sell off such a huge national asset when most of the major oil producing countries of the world jealously protect their national oil corporations. Dr. Ellah advised the Federal Government to ensure that Nigerian oil assets were made to work optimally to serve the interest of all people, adding that even if they would be sold, the Niger Delta region should be made to own 50% shareholding in the interest of equity and peace.

In his remarks, Director of CASG, Professor Eme Ekekwe, spoke along the same line, warning that Nigeria's oil infrastructure should be regarded as critical national assets that should not be auctioned away to the highest bidder. “The Bill as it is presently conceived totally displaces the people of the Niger Delta from their commonwealth. Those pressuring the President to sign the Bill appear to be bent on using the instrumentality of the law to corner the national wealth to the disadvantage of other critical stakeholders. Even the late General Sani Abacha appeared to have recognised the deficiencies inherent in the PIB and refused to sign it. His successor, General Abdusallami Abubakar did not sign it and so President Buhari should not sign it too,” Professor Ekekwe advised.

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Professor Regina Enyidia Ogali is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) of the University. She is a Professor of Organic/Pharmaceutical Chemistry. 
 
Prof. Ogali joined the services of University of Port Harcourt in 1978 as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry. In between this period, she went to Chelsea College and King’s College, both of University of London where she obtained her M.Phil and Ph.D degrees in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. She rose through the ranks to become a Professor of Organic/Pharmaceutical Chemistry in 2010.Her research interest is in organic medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry. However, she is a subject expert in organic synthesis and spectroscopy. She has supervised many Undergraduates, Masters and PhD students in her discipline.
 
Prof. Ogali has served the University of Port Harcourt in different capacities. She had served as Associate Dean, Student Affairs (1997-2000); Acting Head of Department of Pure & Industrial Chemistry (2003-2005); Member, University Professional Ethics Committee (2006-2012); Director, Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (2010-2015); Member, representing Senate in the University Governing Council (2013 – 2016) and Dean, School of Graduate Studies (2015-2017) among others, before she became the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) in April, 2017. 
 
Prof. Ogali attended Holy Rosary Primary School, Aba from where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate with Distinction, in 1965. She finished her secondary education at Ovom Girls’ High School, Aba and obtained her West African School Certificate in Division I in 1972. In 1973, she was admitted into University of Nigeria, Nsukka to study Chemistry. While at UNN, she had a Foundation Award and graduated in 1977 with a BSc degree in Chemistry with First Class Honours. She was the best graduating student in the Department for that year. She thereafter served the mandatory National Youth Service Corps programme at the Department of Chemistry, University of Ilorin, Kwara State from 1977 to 1978.
PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry (1989) University of London (King’s College)
MPhil in Pharmaceutical Chemistry (1984) University of London (Chelsea College, KQC)
BSc (Hons) in Chemistry (First Class, 1977) University of Nigeria, Nsukka
West African School Certificate  (Division I, 1972) Ovom Girls’ High School, Aba
 
First School Leaving Certificate (with Distinction, 1965) Holy Rosary Primary School, Aba
 
Prof. Ogali is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Chemists of Nigeria; Member, Chemical Society of Nigeria and Member, American Chemical Society. She is a Chartered Chemist.
She has published several books and scholarly articles in reputed local and international scientific journals in her area of specialisation. She has been external examiner to the undergraduate and postgraduate chemistry programmes of some universities and has served on many National Universities Commission (NUC) Accreditation Panels to Nigerian Universities.
 
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MRS.  HELEN M. OWHONDA-WOPARA(HND, ACIS, MBA, MSc, FCNA, FCTI).,joined the Services of the University of Port Harcourt in 1982 as an HEO A/Cs. She has headed various Unit in the Bursary Department since 1982 till date as: Head, main Account Unit (1982 – 1985); Head, Treasury Unit (1985 – 1986); Head, Students Accounts Unit (1986 – 1989); Head, Treasury Unit (1990 – 1992); Head, Payroll, Pension and Gratuity Unit, (1994 – 1997); Head of General Finance Unit, (1997 – 1998); Head, Personal Emolument/Pensions and Gratuity (1998 – 2000); College Accountant, College of Continuing Education (2000 – 2005); Head, Pension, Insurance and Passages Unit (2005 – 2010); Deputy Bursar, Head of Account Unit, School of Graduate Studies (2010 – 2011); Deputy Bursar Budget, Head of the University Budget (2011 – Feb. 2018).

She also held several responsibilities within the University and at large. Member of  University Convocation Committee(1996 – 2000); Member Junior Staff Disciplinary Committee (1987 – 2004); Member Board of Trustees for Person and Gratuities, (1995 – 2000); Member Board of Survey, (1996 – 2000); Member, Staff Housing Loan Committee, (1993 – 1998); Member, Junior Staff Committee, University of Port Harcourt, (1997 – 2004); Hall Warden – Goodluck Jonathan Hall (Female Hostel) (2008 – 2012); Member of  University Convocation Committee (2016 – Till Date).

Board Member, University Demonstration Secondary School, University of   Port Harcourt:             (2005 – Till Date); Member. Finance and General Purpose Committee (F & GPC) University of Demonstration Secondary School, (2005 – Till Date).Congregation Representative A&PC (Junior Staff); Attended Various Seminar, Workshops and Conferences,

She is presently the Acting Bursar of the University of Port Harcourt. She is Fellow, Certified National Accountant (FCNA), (2). Fellow, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (FCTI), Associate, Institute of Chartered Secretaries Administrators (ACIS), HND (Business Studies), MBA (Accounting), MBA (Finance and Banking), MSc. (Accounting).

 

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UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

MEMORANDUM

FROM: FACULTY TIME-TABLE OFFICER

DATE: 24th November  2017

TO: SEE DISTRIBUTION

 

 

FIRST SEMESTER LECTURE TIME-TABLE FOR 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION (REGULAR)

Please, find attached the Faculty lecture time-table for first semester 2017/2018 Academic session. Departmental Time-Table Officers are expected to extract their respective time table from the Faculty-wide time table and release as soon as possible. And also forward a copy to the Dean, Faculty Officer, Faculty Time-Table Officer, HODs, all Academic staff in your dept and Faculty Notice Board.

 Kindly notify the Faculty Time Table Officer of any error, omission or clashes for necessary corrections.

Many thanks in anticipation of your usual cooperation.

A.T Oladele (Ph.D)

Faculty Time-Table Officer

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DVC  Admin

DVC Academic

Dean , Faculty of Agriculture

Faculty Officer, Agric

Chairman, University Time table Committee

HOD AEE

HOD ANS

HOD FSH

HOD CSS

HOD FWL Mgt

Dept Time table Officers, and Agric Faculty Notice Board.

 

 

 

 

University of Port Harcourt

Faculty of Agriculture

First Semester 2017/2018 Lecture Time Table (Regular)

Day

Course

Course Title

Time

Venue

Monday

FWL 201.1

FWL  503.1

FWL 507.1

FWL 302.1

FWL 307.1

CPS 510.1

CPP 501.1

CPS 512.1

AGE 501.1

FSH 302. 1

AGX 507.1

FSH 508.1

SOS 502.1

MTH 110.1

PHY 101.1

AGR 202.1

CPS 201.1

SOS 301.1

AGE 301.1

CPP 302. 1

SOS 505. 1

FSH 507. 1

ANS 504.1

AGE 502.1

MTH 120.1

Intro. Forestry & Wildlife

Forest & Wildlife Policy, Law & Ad

Forest Soils

Princ. of Silviculture

Urban Forestry Dev.

Forage & Fodder Crop Prod.

Weed Science

Farming Systems

Econometrics

Fish Ecology

Extension Psychology

Aquatic Toxicology

Soil Physics

Elementary Algebra

Mechanics and Properties of Matter

Intro to farm power & machinery

Crop Anatomy, Taxonomy & Physio

Pedology and Soil Physics

Intro to Farm Mgt

Intro to Entomology

Soil Microbiology

Research Techniques in Fisheries

Poultry, Swine and Rabbit Product.

Agric Marketing & Product Price Anal

Calculus

8  – 9am

9 – 11am

2 – 4pm

11 am – 2pm

8 – 10am

 10am – 12noon

12noon – 2pm

2 – 5pm

8 – 10am

8 – 9am

1 – 3pm

3 – 5pm

10 – 11am

11-1Noon

1 – 3pm

 2 – 4pm

11am – 12noon

8 – 10am

10am – 12noon

1 – 3pm

12 – 2pm

11am 12noon

10am – 12noon

2 – 3pm

3 -4pm

ANS Hall

FWL Lect.  Rm

FWL Lect.  Rm

FWL Lect.  Rm

FWL Lect.  Rm

CSS Lab

CSS Lab

CSS Lab

AEE LR

FSH Lab

AEE LR

FSH Lab

CSS Lab

MBA 1& 2

MBA 1& 2

ANS Hall

ANS Hall

FLH1

FLH1

FLH1

CSS Lab

FSH Lab

ANS Lab

AEE LR

MBA1

Tuesday

AGR 204.1

AGX 201.1

AGR 203.1

CPS 301.1

SOS 504.1

ANS 301.1

AGR 302.1

FSH 301.1

FSH  304.1

AGX 507. 1

AGE 505.1

FWL 501.1

FWL 303. 1

FWL 301.1

FWL 504.1

SOS 501.1

CPS 514.1

ANS 502. 1

FSH 503.1

CPP 505.1

ANS 501.1

FSH 502.1

FSH 504.1

AGX 505.1

CHM 130.1

PHY 101.1

FSB 101.1

Computer Application to Agric

Intro to Agric Ext & rural Soc

Intro  to Soil Microbiology

Arable Crop Production

Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition

Animal Health and Diseases

Agric. Research & Report Writing

Fish Biology & Ichthyology

Hydrobiology

Extension Psychology

Micro-Economics

Multiple Land Use

Forest Ecology

Forest Biometrics

Advanced Silviculture

Soil Chemistry

Horticultural Crop  Prod &Landscap.

Applied Animal Breeding

Aquatic Conservation

Insect Pest Mgt

Monogastric Nutrition

Fish Production & Mgt

Water Quality & Pollution Control

Rural Sociology

 

2 – 4pm

11 am -12noon

8 – 9am

9 – 11am

11am – 1pm

1 – 2pm

2 – 4pm

9 – 11am

11am – 1pm

1 – 3pm

3 – 5pm

8 – 10am

10am – 12noon

12noon -2pm

2 – 4pm

9 – 11am

11am – 1pm

8 – 9am

2 – 4pm

9 -11am

2 – 4pm

11am – 12noon

3 - 4pm

11am – 12noon

8 – 10AM

1 – 3PM

4 – 6PM

ANS Hall

ANS Hall

ANS Hall

FLH 1

SOS lab

FLH 1

FLH1

FSH Lab

FSH Lab

AEE LR

AEE LR

FWL Lect. Rm

FWL Lect. Rm

FWL Lect. Rm

FWL Lect. Rm

SOS lab

CPS Lab

ANS Lab

FSH LAB

CPP LAB

ANS LAB

FSH LAB

FSH LAB

AEE LR

MBA 1

MBA 1

MBA1

Wednesday

MTH 120.1

FSB 101.1

AGR 2C1.1

AGX 201.1

SOS 201.1

AGR 502. 1

FSH 303.1

FWL 508.1

FWL 502.1

AGX 502.1

FSH 305. 1

AGX 501.1

AGE 302.1

AGR 301.1

CPP 504.1

CPP 505. 1

SOS 502.1

FSH 507.1

FSH 504.1

AGE 502.1

SPORTS

 

 

Community Service

Intro to Agric Ext & rural Soc

Intro to soil science

Advances in Agric

Aquaculture

Forest Biometrics

Forest Economics & Mgt

Adult & Sustainable Livelihood Edu.

Ornamental Fisheries

Prog. Dev & Planning in Agric

Intro to Math Econs in Agric

Intro to Remote Sensing

Applied Nematology

Insect Pest Mgt

Soil Physics

Research Techniques in Fisheries

Water Quality & Pollution Control

Agric Marketing & Product Price Anal

SPORTS

 

8 – 10 AM

10 -11AM

3 – 4 pm

11am – 12noon

1 – 2pm

8 – 10am

8 – 10am

9 – 11am

11am – 1pm

10am -12noon

12 – 2pm

2 – 4pm

10 am-12noon

12 – 2pm

12 – 2pm

3 – 4pm

2 -3 pm

11am – 12noon

1 – 2pm

1 – 2pm

4 – 6pm

MBA 1

MBA

ANS Hall

ANS Hall

ANS Hall

FLH2

FSH LAB

FWL LR

FWL LR

AEE LR

FSH LAB

AEE LR

FLH 1

FLH 1

CPP Lab

CPP LAB

SOS LAB

FSH LAB

FSH LAB

FLH 2

 

Thursday

FWL 201.1

CPS 201.1

SOS 201.1

AGR 203.1

ANS 502. 1

AGE 303.1

FWL 305.1

FSH 505.1

ANS 506. 1

AGE 506.1

AGX 506. 1

SOS 503.1

CPS 515.1

CPP 503. 1

SOS 507.1

CPS 514.1

FWL 505.1

FWL 506. 1

CPP 504.1

FSH 506.1

FSH 501.1

AEE 501.1

AGX 504.1

MTH 110.1

CHM 130.1

PHY 101.1

Into to forestry and wildlife

Crop Anatomy, Taxonomy & Physio

Intro to soil science

Intro  to Soil Microbiology

Applied Animal Breeding

Economic Analysis

Forest Resources Inventory

Fisheries Econs & Marketing

Nigerian Feeds & Feeding stuff

Res. & Environmental Econs

 Ext.  Prog.  in Home Econs

Soil Water & Plant relations

Crop Physiology & Production

Insect Ecology

Soil and Plant Analysis

Horticultural Crop Prod. & Landscap.

Forest Genetics & Tree Breeding

Forest & Wildlife Pests, Diseases

Applied Nematology

Advanced Fish Nutrition

Advanced Fish Farm Engineering

Social Res. Methods & Statistics

Rural Youth Extension Programme

9 – 10am

11am – 12noon

1 – 2pm

5 – 6pm

11am – 12noon

8 – 10am

10am – 12noon

8 – 10am

10am – 12noon

12 – 2pm

2 -4 pm

8 – 10am

10am -12noon

12 – 2pm

2 – 4pm

4 -5 pm

12 – 2pm

2 – 4pm

10 – 11am

10am – 12noon

8 – 9am

8 – 10am

1 – 2pm

9 – 10AM

1 – 3PM

3 – 5PM

ANS Hall

ANS Hall

ANS Hall

ANS hall

ANS LAB

FLH 1

FWL Lect. Rm

FSH Lab

ANS LAB

AEE LR

AEE LR

SOS LAB

CPP LAB

CPP LAB

SOS LAB

CPS LAB

FWL Lect. Rm

FWL Lect. Rm

CPP LAB

FSH LAB

FSH LAB

AEE LR

AEE LR

MBA1

MBA 1

MBA 1

Friday

AGE 201.1

ANS 507.1

FWL 306. 1

FWL 304.1

JUMAT

FSH  306.1

AGX 503.1

FSH 509.1

ANS 503.1

SOS 506.1

CPP 502.1

AGR 501.1

CPS 513.1

FSH 501.1

FSH 502. 1

AGE 504.1

AGX 505. 1

AGX 504.1

FSB 101.1

PHY 101.1

Principles  of Agric Economics

Animal Exp. & Research techniques

Harv., Proc. & Util. of Forest Plant

Wood formation &properties

JUMAT

Fish Population Dynamics

Communication in Agric Ext & Dev

Hatchery Mgt

Game Prod. & Utilization

Soil Survey & Land Use Planning

Crop Pathology

Experimental Technique

Planting, Breeding & Seed Prod.

Advanced Fish Farm Engineering

Fish Production & Mgt

Farm Mgt & Accounting

Rural Sociology

Rural Youth Extension Programme

11am – 1pm

11am – 1pm

8 – 10am

11am – 1pm

1 – 2pm

8 – 10am

10am – 12noon

12 – 2pm

2 – 4pm

8 – 10am

10 am – 12noon

2 – 4pm

12 – 2pm

10 -11am

11am – 12noon

11am – 1pm

2 – 3pm

10 -11am

11 – 12 NOON

2 – 4PM

ANS Hall

ANS LAB

FWL Lect .Rm

FWL Lect .Rm

 

FSH LAB

AEE LR

FSH LAB

ANS LAB

SOS LAB

CPP LAB

FLH 2

CPS LAB

FSH LAB

FSH LAB

AEE LR

AEE LR

AEE LR

MBA 1

MBA 1

 

GES 100.1

GES 102.1

Communication skills in English

Intro. to logic and philosophy

 

7 – 8am

2 – 3pm

MBA 1

Arena

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