PROFILE OF THE RECTOR

The current Rector of Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri is REV. ENGR. DR. MICHAEL CHIDIEBERE ARIMANWA [HND {PolyNek}, B. ENG (Hons), M. ENG, PhD {FUTO}; MNSE, MNICE, C.ENG, FCAI, FIIA].

He hails from Obazu Mbieri, in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State. He is happily married with three (3) children.

A. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PROFILE:

He is a COREN registered Civil Engineer with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) degrees in Structural Engineering. Also have both the Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.) degree with honours and Higher National Diploma (HND) in Civil Engineering, A corporate member of both the Nigerian Society of Engineers and the Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers. He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Administration of Nigeria and Institute of Industrial Administrators. Have been a Chief Lecturer in Civil Engineering Department, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri since 2011, also served as Dean School of Engineering Technology, as Director Monitoring and Evaluation Unit and as Acting Director, Works and Services Division. He has been serving as a Consulting Structural Engineer for the Physical Planning and Procurement Unit of the institution since 2006. He also served in several other capacities as indicated here. He has several research articles published in peer reviewed journals and have attended conferences/seminars/workshops and presented papers, a goal-driven/result-oriented leader with the ability to maintain a productive atmosphere by mobilizing, motivating, and mentoring subordinates to achieve organizational goals. He has a strong Polytechnic background. 

 SKILLS:

  • EXCELLENT COMMUNICATION SKILLS.
  • RESOURCEFUL TEAM PLAYER.
  • A GOAL-DRIVEN LEADER WITH CAPACITY TO MAINTAIN A PRODUCTIVE ATMOSPHERE BY MOBILIZING, MOTIVATING AND MENTORING SUBORDINATES TO MEET ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS.
  • OUTSTANDING PLANNING SKILLS WITH A BRILLIANT DEGREE OF DETAIL ORIENTATION.
  • EXCEL IN PROVIDING SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES.
  • CAPACITY TO HANDLE SEVERAL ASSIGNMENTS SIMULTANEOUSLY DEMONSTRATING AN OUTSTANDING DEGREE OF RESILIENCE AND TIME MANAGEMENT.

B.       EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES:

  • FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI          2007-2015
  • FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI          2002-2006      
  • FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI                      1996-1999
  • THE POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE OWERRI.                                  1985-1987
  • THE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, NEKEDE, OWERRI         1982-1984
  • GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOL, OWEERI                  1980-1982
  • COLLEGE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, ENUGU  1977-1980
  • W. T. C. PRIMARY SCHOOL, ENUGU                                         1971-1976

C.  ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES:

  • PhD (STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING)                                          2015
  • M. ENG. (STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING)                                 2006
  • B. ENG. (HONS) IN CIVIL ENGINEERING                                2000
  • HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING   1987
  • NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING                    1984
  • WASC/GCE O’LEVEL                                                                     1982
  • FIRST SCHOOL LEAVING CERTIFICATE                                 1976

D.     MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES/ASSOCIATIONS:

  • CORPORATE MEMBER, NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS. (11732)
  • CORPORATE MEMBER, NIGERIAN INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. (C.00863)
  • REGISTERED WITH COREN AS A CIVIL ENGINEER      (R.19512)
  • FELLOW, INSTITUTE OF CORPORATE ADMINISTRATION OF NIGERIA. (ICA/PF/000688)
  • FELLOW, INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATORS.

E.      HONORS/DISTINCTIONS/AWARDS/COMMENDATIONS:

  1. 2017: AWARD OF HONOUR FROM HOLY TRINITY CHURCH CHAPEL, UMUNEKE, MBIERI IN RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENT ACHIEVEMENTS AND SELFLESS SERVICES TO GOD AND HUMANITY.
  2. 2016:   PATRON NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL CITIZENS (PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED PERSONS) IMO STATE CHAPTER.
  3. 2015:   COMMENDATION LETTER GIVEN BY THE MANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI FOR DEXTERITY AND SENSE OF PURPOSE IN CARRYING OUT THE PRICE INTELLIGENCE AND REVIEW COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT.
  4. 2015: MERIT AWARD FOR DEDICATION TO DUTY GIVEN BY THE MANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI (2015).
  5. 2015:  AWARD OF HONOUR FOR PASSION TOWARDS THE GROWTH OF CHAPEL OF GRACE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE.
  6. 2015:   AWARD OF HONOUR AS FRIEND OF ST. MATTHEW’S FAMILY OF THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST, AKWAKUMA, OWERRI.
  7. 2015: COMMENDATION LETTER FROM MANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI FOR DEXTERITY, SENSE OF PURPOSE AND ENTHUSIASM DISPLAYED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK OF THE PRICE INTELLIGENCE AND REVIEW COMMITTEE.
  8. 2014:  AWARD OF EXCELLENCE IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING GIVEN BY ASSOCIATION OF CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDENTS, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE.
  9. 2012: AWARD OF EXCELLENCE FROM OLD BOYS OF GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOL, OWERRI IN RECOGNITION OF NUMEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE GROWTH OF THE ASSOCIATION.
  10. 2012: AWARD OF HONOUR FROM CHAPEL OF GRACE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, FOR SELFLESS CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHAPEL.
  11. 2011: AWARD OF EXCELLENCE AS BEST DEAN OF THE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI GIVEN BY THE STUDENTS’ JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF THE STUDENTS’ UNION GOVERNMENT.
  12. 2011:   THE MOST COMPETENT & DILIGENT DEAN AWARD. THIS AWARD WAS GIVEN BY THE SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS,     FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  13. 2010:  EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD GIVEN BY THE INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION FOR RENOWNED INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE, ADMINISTRATIVE COMPETENCE, MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT, LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE & DYNAMISM IN SCHOOL GOVERNANCE.
  14. 2010: MERIT AWARD FROM IEEE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE STUDENTS’ BRANCH IN RECOGNITION OF EFFORTS TOWARDS THE GROWTH OF IEEE IN THE INSTITUTION.
  15. 2004:  AWARD OF EXCELLENCE AS DISTINGUISHED LECTURER GIVEN BY THE STUDENTS’ JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF THE STUDENTS’ UNION GOVERNMENT OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE IN RECOGNITION OF INVALUABLE CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS IN THE INSTITUTION.
  16. 2001: DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD GIVEN BY THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  17. 2000: MERIT AWARD FOR DEDICATION TO DUTY GIVEN BY THE MANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  18. 2000:  BEST LECTURER ON CAMPUS IN FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI (1999/2000 SESSION) THIS AWARD WAS GIVEN BY THE STUDENTS’ UNION GOVERNMENT.
  19. 1982: BEST GRADUATING STUDENT IN PHYSICS IN GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOL OWERRI (1981-1982 SESSION)
  20. 1982:  BEST GRADUATING STUDENT IN MATHEMATICS IN GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOL OWERRI (1981-1982 SESSION)

F.  JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS WITH DATES:

  1. Arimanwa, J. I; Arimanwa, M. C;Njoku, C. F. & Dike, B. U. (2018).Evaluation of the Causes of Flexible Pavement Failure in Nigeria. A case study of Okigwe – Okwelle and Umuahia Bende Roads. A paper accepted for publication in Fedponek Synergy Journal No 1 (2018)
  2. Arimanwa, J. I., Anyanwu, T. U., Iwuoha, S. E. & Arimanwa, M. C.(2017). Effects of Fine Aggregate Types on the Strength Properties of Building Blocks. International Journal of Current Research, 9(9), pp. 57976 – 57980.
  3. Arimanwa, M. C; Onwuka, D. O. & Arimanwa, J. I. (2016).Effect of Chemical Composition of Ordinary Portland Cement on the Compressive Strength of Concrete. International Referred Journal of Engineering and Science, 5(3).  
  4. Arimanwa, Joan I.; Arimanwa, Michael C.; Okere, Chinenye E. & Awodiji, Chioma T. G. (2014).  Assessment of the Quality of Sandcrete Blocks in use in Owerri, Imo State, South-East Nigeria. International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology, (IJEIT) 3(10).
  5. Onwuka, D. O., Arimanwa, J. I., Arimanwa, M. C. & Onwuka, U. S. (2013). Regression Model for the Determination of Compressive Strength of AW-Cement Concrete. International Journal of Engineering, 7(1,2,3)
  6. Ettu, L. O., Njoku, F. C., Awodiji, C. T. G., Amanze, A. P. C. & Arimanwa, M. C. (2013).Variation of OPC-Rice Husk Ash-Saw Dust Ash Composites Strength with Mix Proportion. International Journal of Engineering Sciences and Research Technology, 2(8).
  7. Ettu, L. O., Njoku, F. C., Anya, U. C., Amanze, A. P. C. &Arimanwa, M. C. (2013).Variation of OPC-Saw Dust Ash Composites Strength with Mix Proportion. International Journal of Advancements in Research and Technology, 2(8).
  8. Onwuka, D. O., Arimanwa, J. I., Arimanwa, M. C., & Onwuka U. S. (2013).  Computer Programs for Optimization of Compressive Strength of AW-Cement Concrete. The Heartland Engineer – Official Journal of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Owerri Branch, 6(1).
  9. Arimanwa, J. I., Onwuka, D. O., Arimanwa, M. C. & Onwuka, U. S. (2012).  Prediction of the Compressive Strength of Aluminum Waste–Cement Concrete Using Scheffe’s Theory. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering © American Society of Civil Engineers.
  10. Elinwa, A. U., Arimanwa, M. C.& Onwuka, D. O. (2011).Use of Palm Bunch (PBA) as Mineral Admixture in Cement & Concrete Production. New Clues in Sciences Journal, 43, pp 24 – 32.
  11. Arimanwa, Michael C. & Arimanwa, Joan I. (2010). Effect of Incremental Compaction on the Stability of Lateritic Soils. NACOSTE – A Multi-disciplinary Journal, 1(1).
  12. Arimanwa, M. C., Elinwa, A. U. & Onwuka, D. O. (2008).Assessment of the Pozzolanicity of Palm-Bunch Ash. International Research Journal in Engineering, Science and Technology, 5(1).
  13. Arimanwa, Michael C. (2002).Importance of Effective Supervision of Civil Engineering Construction Projects. Nigerian Journal of Urban and Regional Development, 2(2).

G. TEXT BOOK PUBLICATIONS WITH DATES

  1. Ettu, L. O., Ibearugbulem, O. M. and Arimanwa, M. C. (2015).Foundational Structural Theory and Analysis (For Civil Engineering and Allied Disciplines). Owerri: Liu House of Excellence Ventures. ISBN 978– 53110–4–4.
  2. Arimanwa, Michael C., CHIJIOKE, C., NNODI, C. H. and Igwegbe, W. E. (2013).  Introduction to Design of Structural Steel Work to Euro-Code 3. Owerri: Aku-Peace Print. ISBN 978 – 045 – 650 – 3.
  3. Arimanwa, M. C., Anyanwu, S. C., Ibearugbulem, O. H., Ugwuegbulam, J. C. and Nwosu, I. C. (2013).  Principles of Structural Analysis. Owerri: Paulibyte Publishing Company. ISBN: 978-22-46-87-4.
  4. Oduwole, O. S. V. and Arimanwa, M. C. (2003).Engineering Construction Technology (A Concise Introduction). Owerri: Vintage Books. ISBN 978 35153 73.
  5. Arimanwa, M. C. (2001).Controlling as a Management Function. In: D. O. Onwuka, ed., Principles of Engineering Management, 1st ed. Owerri: WEBSmedia. ISBN 978-055-815-2.

H. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT/FABRICATION

  1. Arimanwa, M. C. (2008).The Fabrication of 5kg and 10kg Soil Compaction Rammers with Pipe Sleeves for the Investigation of the Effect of Increased Compaction on the Stability of Lateritic Soils.

I. THESIS AND PROJECT REPORTS:

  1. Arimanwa, M. C. (2015).Performances of Concrete made from Different Brands of Ordinary Portland Cement Available in South Eastern Nigeria. PhD. Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria.
  2. Arimanwa, M. C. (2006).Palm Bunch Ash as a Pozzolanic Material in Concrete. M. Eng. Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria.
  3. Arimanwa, M. C. (1999).Computer Aided Analysis of Frames Using the Classical Displacement Method. B. Eng. Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria.
  4. Arimanwa, M. C. and Omaka, Oko (1987).  Design and Construction of Cold Water Facilities in the Civil Engineering Laboratory. HND. The Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, Nigeria.

J. CONFERENCE/SEMINAR/WORKSHOP PAPERS PRESENTED WITH DATES:

  1. Arimanwa, J. I., Ibearugbulem, O. M., Iwuoha, S. E. and Arimanwa, M. C. (2017).Computer Aided Concrete Mix Design. Paper presented at the 4th Annual National Conference of Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri Chapter. Theme: Nigeria Beyond Oil: Options for Sustainable Development. 10th – 13th October, ASUP Solidarity Complex, FPNO.
  2. Arimanwa, M. C. (2016).The Causes of Structural Collapse in Nigeria. An invited paper presented to the National Association of Civil Engineering Students during the annual seminar of the Association. 16th June, School of Engineering 500 Capacity Auditorium, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri..
  3. Arimanwa, M. C. (2015).Effective Examination Invigilation. An invited paper presented to all academic staff of Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri at 1000 capacity auditorium.
  4. Arimanwa, M. C. (2011).Civil Service Rule As It Affects Nigerian Engineering Craftsmen. An invited paper presented at the national conference of the Nigerian Association of Engineering Craftsmen at Rochas Foundation Convention Centre, Hill Top, Orji, Owerri.
  5. Arimanwa, M. C. and Arimanwa, J. I. (2008).Effect of Incremental Compaction on the Stability of Lateritic Soils. A paper presented at the first National Conference of Science and Technology and Exhibitions. 18th to 22nd February, 1000 Capacity Auditorium, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri.  
  6. Arimanwa, M. C. (2003).Effecting Vocational Change Among People in a Changing Environment. Paper presented at a seminar organized for Heads of Department in Tertiary institutions in the South East Zone by UNESCO-Nigeria TVE Project. 26th-28th August, Staff Development Centre, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri.
  7. Arimanwa, M. C. (2003).Maintenance of Tools & Equipment in Vocational Education.Paper presented at a seminar organized for Technologists and Technicians in tertiary institutions in the South East Zone by UNESCO-Nigeria TVE Project. 24th -25th July, Staff Development Centre, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede Owerri.

K. COMPUTER COURSES/TRAININGS ATTENDED WITH DATES:

  1. 2008: WORKSHOP ON MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE, AUTOCAD &   CORELDRAW ORGANISED BY ETF (28TH JANUARY – 8TH FEBRUARY)
  2. 2007: TRAINING WORKSHOP ON ADVANCED DIGITAL APPRECIATION PROGRAM ORGANISED BY DIGITAL BRIDGE INSTITUTE (4TH – 8TH JUNE)
  3. 2006: TRAINING WORKSHOP ON MS POWER POINT PRESENRTATION FOR E – LECTURERS ORGANISED BY UNESCO – NIGERIA TVE PROJECT. (21ST – 23RD NOVEMBER)
  4. 2006: TRAINING IN AUTOCAD ORANISED BY ETF (JULY)
  5. 2001: TRAINING WORKSHOP ON COMPUTER APPRECIATION AND APPLICATIONS ORGANIZED BY THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, OWERRI BRANCH (SEPTEMBER).
  6. 2001: TRAINING PROGRAMME IN SPECIAL COURSE ON COMPUTER APPRECIATION ORGANISED BY CANNIF TRUST LIMITED (28TH SEPTEMBER)

L. OTHER CONFERENCES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED WITH DATES:

  1. 2017: NATIONAL ENGINEERING CONFERENCE OF THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS ON DIVERSIFICATION OF NIGERIA ECONOMY:ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVE AT ABUJA (20th – 24th November)
  2. 2017: NATIONAL SEMINAR ON ROLE OF TOP GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS IN THE WAR AGAINST CORRUPTION IN PUBLIC SERVICE AT OBUDU CATTLE RANCH ORGANISED BY CIVIC ENLIGHTENMENT ORGANISATION OF NIGERIA (4th – 6th October)
  3. 2016: NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS CONFERENCE/ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & UNESCO AFRICAN ENGINEERING WEEK AT UYO (21st – 25th November)
  4. 2016: 25TH ENGINEERING ASSEMBLY ORGANIZED BY COREN ON “EMBRACING THE FUTURE: IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION & PRACTICE IN NIGERIA” HELD AT AKURE (8th -10th August)
  5. 2016: NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR POLYTECHNICS & SIMILAR TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA ORGANISED BY NBTE IN KADUNA.  (20th – 21st July)
  6. 2016: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON REPOSITIONING THE NIGERIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY – REALITIES AND POSSIBILITIES ORGANISED BY THE NIGERIAN BUILDING AND ROAD RESEARCH INSTITUTE IN ABUJA. (24th – 26th May)
  7. 2015: TRAINING WORKSHOP ON UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS OF ACADEMIA VIRTUAL LIBRARY ORGANISED BY TETFUND (25th – 29th May)
  8. 2014:  THE WORLD ENGINEERING CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE ORGANISED BY THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS IN ABUJA (2ND – 7TH NOVEMBER)
  9. 2013:  WORKSHOP ON DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS IN PRACTICE ORGANISED BY THE NIGERIAN INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (A DIVISION OF THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS) IN PORT HARCOURT (10TH – 12TH SEPTEMBER)
  10. 2012: NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS IN CALABAR
  11. 2011: COREN ASSEMBLY IN ENUGU (2ND – 3RD AUGUST)
  12. 2009: DACUM TRAINING PROGRAM ORGANISED BY OHIO STATE UNIVERSTY IN KADUNA (19TH – 23RD OCTOBER)
  13. 2009: WORKSHOP ON SYSTEMATIC CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANISED BY OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY IN KADUNA (24TH – 29TH OCTOBER)
  14. 2009: WORKSHOP ON PROPOSAL WRITING ORGANISED BY STEP-B AT KADUNA BUSINESS SCHOOL (19TH – 21ST MAY)
  15. 2009: WORKSHOP ON TRAINING ON CURRICULUM FOR TEACHERS (24TH – 26TH MARCH)
  16. 2009: COREN ASSEMBLY IN ABUJA
  17. 2008: WORKSHOP ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION FOR ACADEMIC STAFF OF POLYTECHNICS AND MONOTECHNICS ZONE 1 (SOUTH) ORGANISED BY NBTE IN COLLABORATION WITH HAMITLE CONSULTS NIGERIA LTD.  (24TH – 28TH NOVEMBER)
  18. 2008: TRAIN-THE-TRAINER WORKSHOP FOR CORE TRAINERS IN STAFF DEVELOPMENT CENTRES ORGANISED BY NBTE IN COLLABORATION WITH UNESCO PARIS (28TH JULY – 1ST AUGUST)
  19. 2007: WORKSHOP ON GEOINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ORGANISED BY FEDERAL SCHOOL OF SURVEYING, OYO (25TH – 29TH JUNE)
  20. 2006: WORKSHOP ON STRATEGIC PLANNING ORGANISED BY TAM – TASS NIGERIA LIMITED BAUCHI. (20TH OCTOBER)
  21. 2003: SECOND TRAINING-OF-THE-TRAINERS WORKSHOP ORGANIZED BY UNESCO-NIGERIA TVE PROJECT IN KADUNA (13TH – 24TH JANUARY)
  22. 2002: WORKSHOP ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW CURRICULUM ORGANISED BY UNESCO-NIGERIA TVE PROJECT (13TH – 15TH NOVEMBER)
  23. 2000: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE NIGERIAN INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS IN ASABA (24TH – 26TH OCTOBER).
  24. 2000: SEMINAR ON STRESS MANAGEMENT ORGANIZED BY THE MANAGEMENT OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI (18TH – 19TH JULY).
  25. 1999: TRAINING WORKSHOP ON EROSION, FLOOD AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION CONTROL ORGANIZED BY THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS OWERRI BRANCH (5TH – 6TH OCTOBER).
  26. 1999: WORKSHOP ON PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION ORGANIZED BY FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI (7TH – 8TH SEPTEMBER).

M. DETAILS OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT WITH DATES

  1. EXPERIENCE AS TECHNICAL OFFICER, UMEZ ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED
  • TECHNICAL OFFICER FOR UMEZ ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION    COMPANY LTD: P.M.B. 1247 OWERRI.                                                   (1991-1993)

In this capacity, he successfully supervised the following projects: Construction of access road to Imo State Airport and Parking Lot including side drains and culverts, Reconstruction of one SHELL Workover Location in Onne Rivers State and Reconstruction of two SHELL Workover Locations in Yorla, Rivers State. 

  1. EXPERIENCE AS SITE SUPERVISOR FOR E. N. UGOCHUKWU & CO.
  • SITE SUPERVISOR FOR E.N. UGOCHUKWU & CO. #6 OSUJI STREET OWERRI. (APRIL – JUNE 1991)

As Site Supervisor for E. N. Ugochukwu & Co. He successfully supervised the construction of a Maternity and Dispensary funded by the World Bank at Onicha Local Government Area in present day Ebonyi State.

  1. EXPERINCE AS PROJECT OFFICER FOR REM LIMITED,  
  • PROJECT OFFICER FOR REM LTD., ZARIA                                     (1988-1990)

In this capacity as Project Officer for the Company, He developed staff quarters, offices and other building infrastructure for the hospital owned by the Company at km 42, Zaria – Jos Road, Soba, Kaduna State.

N.        DETAILS OF PRESENT EMPLOYMENT:

  1. EXPERIENCE AS ACADEMIC STAFF, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE
  • CHIEF LECTURER IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI.                                                        (2011 – DATE)
  • PRINCIPAL LECTURER IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI.                                                        (2008 – 2011)

Since 2008, He has taught several courses as outlined in Section T, and have been supervising students’ final year projects. He has so far successfully supervised the projects of eleven sets of final year students.

  • CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.                                                           (2005 – 2008)
  • ASSISTANT CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI.                                         (2002 – 2005)
  • PRINCIPAL TECHNOLOGIST IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI.                                                     (1999 – 2002)
  • SENIOR TECHNOLOGIST IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI.                                                          (1996 – 1999)
  • TECHNOLOGIST I IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, OWERRI.                                                          (1993 – 1996)

As a Technologist (Technologist 1 to Chief Technologist) in the Department of Civil Engineering he was in charge of Soil Mechanics Laboratory and Concrete Workshop from 1993 to 2008. He conducted and supervised practical classes in Soil Mechanics and Concrete Technology for students of Civil Engineering, Agricultural Engineering and Building Technology Departments.

  1. EXPERIENCE AS ACTING DIRECTOR WORKS AND SERVICES DIVISION
  • ACTING DIRECTOR, WORKS & SERVICES DIVISION, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.                   (JUNE, 2016 – DECEMBER, 2017)

In this capacity, he advised the Rector on maintenance of buildings, electric generators and vehicles. He scheduled maintenance activities and mobilized staff of the Division to carry out the required works. He received maintenance complaints from Schools/Divisions and Departments/Units, assigned staff to handle the complaints and supervised the works. He assisted the Physical Planning and Procurement Unit in supervising the construction of buildings in the institution. Also supervised the execution of jobs awarded under the Rector Minor Works Committee.

  1. EXPERIENCE AS DIRECTOR, MONITORING AND EVALUATION UNIT
  • DIRECTOR, MONITORING & EVALUATION UNIT, FEDERAL            POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.         (FEBRUARY, 2014 – FEBRUARY, 2017)

He monitored construction projects in liaison with the Physical Planning and Procurement Unit. Also monitored the conduct of semester examinations and advised the Rector on any shortcomings. He worked to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and the vision, mission and strategic plan of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri.

  1. EXPERIENCE AS DEAN, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
  • DEAN, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI                                             (DECEMBER 2009 – MARCH 2012)

He successfully coordinated the activities of the various Heads of Department in the School of Engineering Technology, Advised the Rector on how to achieve the goals of Management in the School. He represented the School in the meetings of Academic Board and Committee of Deans. He also acted as counselor for students when they were in need.

  1. EXPERIENCE AS CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, PHYSICAL PLANNING AND PROCUREMENT UNIT.
  • CONSULTING STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, PHYSICAL PLANNING UNIT,                  FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI                                (2006 – DATE)

He has successfully designed and/or supervised more than twenty (20) buildings as listed in Section 11.

  1. EXPERIENCE AS RESIDENT ENGINEER PHYSICAL PLANNING AND PROCUREMENT UNIT
  • RESIDENT ENGINEER, PHYSICAL PLANNING UNIT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI                                                                  (2005)

In this capacity he visited assigned projects (Department of Biology/Microbiology and Department of Textile Technology Buildings) daily and successfully supervised the construction of the buildings from the beginning to the end. He was responsible to the Director, Physical Planning and Procurement Unit.

O.        OWN VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS

VISION STATEMENT:

To consolidate and maintain the accomplishments of previous administrations and establish a system that will turn graduates from Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri into skilled manpower ready for the industry and have capacity to create wealth.

MISSION STATEMENT:

To promote excellence in research, teaching, training, skill acquisition and entrepreneurship so that our graduates will not only have capacity for independence but also be the most sought after in Nigeria and beyond.

This vision will be realized through the following measureable steps:

  1. Maintenance of conducive and productive atmosphere by :
  • Mobilizing, motivating, and mentoring subordinates to achieve set goals.
  • Goal-driven/result-oriented, transparent and inspirational leadership.
  • Providing an atmosphere that will encourage staff to own the visions and policies of Management thereby carrying everyone along.
  • Applying due process in all activities/functions of Management.
  • Encouraging peaceful co-existence.
  1. Ensuring the welfare of all stake holders:
  • Governing Council
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Host Communities (Town & Gown initiative)
  1. Interfacing with and effectively engaging the Governing Council, staff and students’ unions in the formulation of policies.
  • Ensuring a cordial relationship and understanding the Governing Council, Management, staff and students of the institution.
  • Maintaining an open door and encouraging constructive critiquing and advice.
  • Encouraging responsible unionism among staff and students.
  1. Ensuring high academic standard among lecturers and students. This will be achieved by
  • Admitting the right students
  • Training and retraining of staff
  • Ensuring that approved syllabi are covered
  • Improving visibility of lecturers
  • Eliminating examination malpractice/misconduct among students
  • Recognizing and promoting excellence among staff and students.
  • Ensuring the adequacy of staff – students ratio
  • Providing adequate library services
  • Providing conducive environment for teaching and learning.
  • Sponsoring and encouraging students to visit centres of academic interest with expository values.
  • Transforming the institution to a Training-provider status for the National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF)
  • Implementing government policies to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals as they affect education.
  • Equipping laboratories and workshops adequately.
  • Strengthening the staff/students’ disciplinary committee.
  1. Aligning the institution with the Federal Government’s agenda of industrialization and employment generation. This will be achieved through
  • Developing entrepreneurship village to improve the capacity of the current facility for training.
  • Establishing appropriate linkage with local industrial units like INNOSON Industries etc.
  1. Full computerization of relevant activities of various Divisions.
  • Bursary
  • Library
  • Registry
  • Staff records.
  • Medical Centre
  • Academic Matters (Examinations and Students’ records)
  1. Collaborating with other institutions/agencies/organizations and maintaining local and foreign industry linkages.
  • Key Polytechnics and Universities
  • NACETI, and technological incubation centres.
  • Bells University, Otta (Top-up program)
  • Republican Institute for Vocational Minsk, Republic of Belarus
  • Gwangu University, South Korea
  1. Improving internally generated revenue (IGR) base of the institution.
  • Strengthening cost control and reduction measures.
  • Ensuring that all students pay approved fees as and when due
  • Strengthening strategic business units (water factory, block industry etc.)
  • Establishing new schools/departments (School of Communication Technology, School of Agricultural Technology, Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Department of Mining, Department of Printing Technology etc.)
  • Investing in areas in which the institution has comparative advantage.
  • Gradually replacing diesel electric generators with green energy sources.
  • Expanding the facilities of the Medical Centre.
  • Making the Micro-Finance Bank more responsive
  1. Positioning the institution to attract funds from both local and international donor/funding agencies. This will be achieved by:
  • Working hand-in-hand with donor/funding TETFUND.
  • Seeking alliances with NDDC and other interventionist agencies.
  1.  Taking steps to improve information flow within the institution. This will be achieved by:
  • Scheduled Academic Board meetings.
  • Scheduled School Board meetings.
  • Scheduled Departmental Board meetings.
  • General Assembly
  • Tweeter handle
  1.  Providing adequate security within the campus and in the neighborhood. This will be achieved by:
  • Creating a good link between the institution and the host communities.
  • Strengthening/reinforcing the institution’s security outfits – staff, students’, host communities’ security outfits.
  • Providing closed circuit television at strategic points on campus.
  • Establishing more security presence at the gates.
  • Providing communication gadgets for security outfits on campus.
  • Providing adequate lighting for the institution through green energy.
  • Adequate maintenance of students’ hostels.
  • Building more students’ hostels within the campus.
  1.    Eliminating/drastically reducing cultism among students. This will be achieved by:
  • Improving sporting facilities and encouraging sporting activities.
  • Building a leadership pipeline in collaboration with the Alumni Association.
  1.  Improving visibility for the institution through
  • Drawing the attention of Government to the activities of the institution.
  • Establishing robust website and internet services for the institution.
  • Strengthening the institution’s Abuja liaison’s office.
  • Establishing professional chairs for scholarship and research funding
  1.  Other important activities
  • Sustaining a high degree of cleanliness within the campus.
  • Ensuring effective maintenance culture and appropriately increasing the physical facilities of the institution.
  • Providing a state-of-the-art convocation arena.
  • Seeking opportunity for expansion of the campus.

P.         OTHER ACTIVITIES/APPOINTMENTS OUTSIDE CURRENT EMPLOYMENT:

  • 2016:  EXTERNAL ASSESSOR, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, IDAH
  • 2013: EXTERNAL EXAMINER, AKANU IBIAM FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, UWANA, AFIKPO.
  • 2010: MEMBER, ENGINEERING FAILURES ANALYSES COMMITTEE OF THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, OWERRI BRANCH
  • 2008 – DATE: ADJUNCT LECTURER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI.                                                             

In this capacity, he taught several courses at second, third, fourth and final year levels at different times. He also taught Structural Analysis to Masters Students of the Department of Architecture.

  • 2008 – 2011: ADJUNCT LECTURER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI.

Within the period, he taught and examined fourth year students in two courses namely Soil Mechanics II and Structural Analysis II.

Q.        CHAIRMANSHIP/MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES:

  1. CHAIRMANSHIP
  1. 2017: CHAIRMAN, WORKS & TRANSPORT SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE 19TH CONVOCATION CEREMONY FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  2. 2017:   CHAIRMAN, WORKS & TRANSPORT SUBCOMMITTEE OF 39TH MATRICULATION COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. 
  3. 2016:  CHAIRMAN, LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE OF THE FIRST SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION.
  4. 2015:  CHAIRMAN, SEMINAR & WORKSHOP COMMITTEE OF ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF POLYTECHNICS, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI CHAPTER.
  5. 2012:   CHAIRMAN, 34TH MATRICULATION COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.  
  6. 2012: CHAIRMAN, DEATH BENEFITS REVIEW COMMITTEE.
  7. 2011 – DATE:           CHAIRMAN, PRICE INTELLIGENCE AND COST REVIEW COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. SAVED A TOTAL OF N43, 877,925.34 FOR THE INSTITUTION FROM MAY, 2011 TO DECEMBER, 2016.
  8. 2011: CHAIRMAN, BUILDING MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  9. 2010 – 2012: CHAIRMAN, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY STAFF APPRAISAL COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  10. CHAIRMAN, WORKS & TRANSPORT SUBCOMMITTEE OF 14th CONVOCATION COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  11. CHAIRMAN, WORKS & TRANSPORT SUBCOMMITTEE OF 13th CONVOCATION COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  12. CHAIRMAN, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ACCREDITATION AND REACCREDITATION COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  1. MEMBERSHIP
  1. 2017:   MEMBER, COMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENTAL CAREER GUIDE.
  2. 2013:   MEMBER SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SPACE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.  
  3. 2013 – DATE:           MEMBER, STAFF DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  4. 2012 – DATE:           MEMBER, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY STAFF APPRAISAL COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  5. 2011: MEMBER, ADMINISTRATIVE PANEL ON STUDENTS’ DISTURBANCE OF 27TH JULY, 2011.
  6. 2010:   MEMBER, STAFF TRAINING & RETRAINING COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  7. 2009 – DATE:           MEMBER OF ACADEMIC BOARD FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE.
  8. 2009 – 2017:   MEMBER COMMITTEE OF DEANS FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  9. 2009:   MEMBER BUDGET COMMITTEE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  10. 2006:   MEMBER BUILDING MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  11. 2006:   ACADEMIC ADVISER FOR HND II CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  12. 2001:   MEMBER, SPACE ALLOCATION & TIME TABLE COMMITTEE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.

R.   OTHER PRODUCTIVE WORKS/SOME DESIGN AND/OR CONSTRUCTION JOBS UNDERTAKEN:

  1. 2016: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF REMODELLING OF OLD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY CLASSROOM COMPLEX C (CONTRACT SUM = N224, 250,000)
  2. 2016: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF REMODELLED OLD SBMT CLASSROOM COMPLEX B – PART 2 (CONTRACT SUM = N227,790,194.00)
  3. 2015: SUPERVISION OF CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNAL ROAD NETWORK PHASE 2. (CONTRACT SUM = N240,786,000.00)
  4. 2015:  STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF 500 CAPACITY LECTURE THEATRE WITH OFFICES FOR SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES. (CONTRACT SUM = N143,018,161.85)
  5. 2015:  SUPERVISION OF NDDC STATE OFFICE COMPLEX WITH BASEMENT FLOOR IN PORT-HARCOURT.
  6. 2014: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF REMODELLED OLD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY CLASSROOM COMPLEX A. (CONTRACT SUM = N220,859,730.00)
  7. 2014: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF REMODELLED OLD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY CLASSROOM COMPLEX B – PART 1. (CONTRACT SUM = N153,341,399.25)
  8. 2014: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF RECTOR’S OFFICE EXTENSION AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.  (CONTRACT SUM = N14, 855,792.50)
  9. 2014: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF BURSARY BUILDING EXTENSION AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.  (CONTRACT SUM = N36,986,460.00)
  10. 2014: SUPERVISION OF REHABILITATION OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUILDING AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N36,741,088.50)
  11. 2014: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF ROAD NETWORK IN FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (N250,610,000.00)
  12. 2014: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF 2-STOREY CLASSROOM BLOCK FOR PART-TIME PROGRAMME AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N195,594,453.50)
  13. 2014: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF EXTENSION OF CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF 2-STOREY CLASSROOM BLOCK FOR PART-TIME PROGRAMME. (CONTRACT SUM = N195,594,453.50)
  14. 2014: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF CLASSROOMS, LAORATORIES AND OFFICE COMPLEX FOR SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N232,444,427.50)
  15. 2014: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N74,886,360.00)
  16. 2013: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF REGISTRY BUILDING PHASE 2 (CONTRACT SUM = N114,806,099.00)
  17. 2013: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY COMPLEX, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  18. 2013: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF 500 CAPACITY MODERN LECTURE THEATRE WITH OFFICES FOR SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N227,031,556.00)
  19. 2012: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CENTRE PHASE 2 (CONTRACT SUM = N68,770,000.00)
  20. 2012: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL, AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI PHASE 2 (CONTRACT SUM = (N33,977,800.00)
  21. 2012: SUPERVION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF 500 CAPACITY AUDITORIUM WITH OFFICES FOR SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL & APLLIED SCIENCES, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  22. 2012: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF ACADEMIC STAFF OFFICES, CONFERENCE HALLS AND LIBRARY BUILDING FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N264,045,062.50)
  23. 2011: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF BURSARY COMPLEX, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI (N90,193,905.00)
  24. 2011: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF REGISTRY BUILDING, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  25. 2011: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN BOOKSHOP IN FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N13,957,524.00)
  26. 2011: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI PHASE 1 (CONTRACT SUM = (N37,860,648.00)
  27. 2011: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF BURSARY BUILDING AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI (CONTRACT SUM = N90,193,905.00)
  28. 2011: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CENTRE PHASE 1 (CONTRACT SUM = N42,440,000.00)
  29. 2011: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF EVENING PROGRAMME BUILDING AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N168,885,266.05)
  30. 2011: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF WEEKEND PROGRAMME BUILDING AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N173,378,976.31)
  31. 2011: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF 500 CAPACITY LECTURE THEATRE & OFFICES FOR SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL & APPLIED SCIENCES AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N129,173,073.73)
  32. 2011: SUPERVISION OF CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPPING OF STANDARD FABRICATION AND MACHINE WORKSHOP FOR SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI. (CONTRACT SUM = N499,999,657.50)
  33. 2011: CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF SEDT AUDITORIUM PART B (CONTRACT SUM = N90, 193,905.00)
  34. 2010: SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ACADEMIC BOARD BUILDING, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  35. 2010: SUPERVISION OF COMPLETION OF REGISTRY BLOCK BUILDING OFFICE COMPLEX B, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  36. 2010: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF BLOCK OF CLASSROOMS, STUDIOS AND STAFF OFFICES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE. (CONTRACT SUM = N79,115,683.53)
  37. 2008: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF A 3-STOREY OFFICE COMPLEX AT No 4 WARRI STREET UMUAHIA.
  38. 2007: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF 1000-CAPACITY AUDITORIUM WITH STEEL ROOF AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE.
  39. 2007: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY BUILDING (A ONE-STOREY FACILITY) AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE.
  40. 2007: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF SCHOOL OF GENERAL STUDIES BUILDINGS (2No ONE-STOREY FACILITIES) AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE.
  41. 2006: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING BUILDINGS 1&2 AT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE (ONE-STOREY FACILITIES).
  42. 2000: STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND DETAILING OF A 2 No 3-STOREY BANK OFFICE BUILDINGS OF 200m2 FLOOR SPACE EACH FOUNDED ON CELLULAR RAFT FOUNDATION LOCATED AT No 143 AHMADU BELLOWAY VICTORIA ISLAND LAGOS.
  43. 1992: RECONSTRUCTION OF YORLA 1,2 SPDC WORKOVER LOCATION.
  44. 1992: RECONSTRUCTION OF ONNE 2 SPDC WORKOVER LOCATION
  45. 1991: CONSTRUCTION OF ACCESS ROAD TO IMO STATE AIRPORT AND PARKING LOT (NOW SAM MBAKWE INTERNATIONAL CARGO AIRPORT).

S.        COURSES TAUGHT AT DIFFERENT TIMES:

  1. STRUCTURAL MECHANICS                                                                    (CEC 101)
  2. STRENGTH OF MATERIALS                                                                      (CEC106)
  3. WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY I                                                                  (CEC 103)
  4. WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY II                                                                (CEC 203)
  5. THEORY OF STRUCTURES I                                                                    (CEC 205)
  6. WATER SUPPLY & SANITARY ENGINEERING                                   (CEC 202)
  7. INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL DESIGN                                                   (CEC 206)    
  8. THEORY OF STRUCTURES II                                                                   (CEC 305)
  9. WATER & WASTE WATER ENGINEERING                                           (CEC 304)
  10. DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS                                                 (CEC 306)
  11. ADVANCED REINFORCED & PRESTRESSED CONCRETE DESIGN  (CEC 405)
  12. ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT                                                              (CEC 428)
  13. MATRIX & ENERGY METHODS IN STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS         (CEC 406)
  14. THEORY OF STRUCTURE III                                                                   (BLD 401)
  15. STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DETAILING II                                           (CEC/BLD 405)
  16. DESIGN & DETAILING IV                                                                                    (BLD 406)    
  17. FINAL YEAR PROJECT SUPERVISION  (11 SETS OF STUDENTS HAVE BEEN SUPERVISED)
  18. STRENGTH OF MATERIALS                                                                      (GEN 212)
  19. INSTRUMENTATION                                                                                 (AET 314)
  20. THEORY OF STRUCTURES                                                                       (AET 316)
  21. THEORY OF STRUCTURES                                                                       (CVE 331)
  22. ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE                                                              (CVE 341)
  23. SOIL MECHANICS I                                                                                                (CVE 311)
  24. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 1                                                                     (CVE 431)
  25. DESIGN OF STRUCTURES II                                                                    (CVE 433)
  26. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS II                                                                    (CVE 533)
  27. ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN 1                                                (CVE/ARC 741)
  28. ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN 11                                                          (CVE/ARC 744)
  29. SOIL MECHANICS II                                                                                  (CVE 431)
  30. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS II                                                                    (STE 401)

T.        COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

  1. ORDAINED PRIEST, ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF OWERRI  (2012)
  2. CENTRE MANAGER, UNESCO-NBTE STAFF DEVELOPMENT CENTRE, SOUTH-EAST ZONE.                                    (2012 – DATE)
  3. DIOCESAN STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF OWERRI. (2006 – DATE)
  4. COUNCIL MEMBER, OWERRI ZONE, NIGERIA FELLOWSHIP OF EVANGELICAL STUDENTS. SERVED AS FINANCIAL SECRETARY, TREASURER.           (1994 – 2016).
  5. VICE CHAIRMAN, NIGERIA FELLOWSHIP OF EVANGELICAL STUDENTS, OWERRI ZONE (2017 – DATE)
  6. COUNCIL MEMBER, CHAPEL OF GRACE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI   (1993 – 2017).
  7. CHAPLAIN, CHAPEL OF GRACE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI (2017 – DATE)
  8. STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, CHAPEL OF GRACE, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI.
  9. PEER TUTORING.

U.        EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

  1. SOLVING PROBLEMS
  2. PLAYING CHESS
  3. WATCHING WORLD CLASS FOOTBALL GAMES.

TWO IMPORTANT RULES OF THE RECTOR FOR OPERATION FOR BOTH STAFF AND STUDENTS

RULE #1:

NEVER DO ANYTHING WHICH WILL DRAG THE NAME OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, OWERRI TO THE MUD.

RULE #2:

DO NOT FORGET RULE #1.