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Life and thoughts of Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike
Alexander O. E. Animalu
|Other titles||Life & thoughts of Professor Kenneth Onwuke Dike|
|Statement||by Alex. O.E. Animalu.|
|LC Classifications||LA2388.N62 D55 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||98215792|
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This led to his detention in Iyanganku Police Station but bail was later secured by the then Vice Chancellor of the University of Ibadan, Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike. The book points out that there is much more work to be done, and Nigerians need to understand how a nation is governed. Issues in African studies and national education: Selected works of Kenneth Onwuka Dike: ISBN () Kenneth Onwuka Dike Centre, Trade and Politics in the Niger Delta
How Saburi Biobaku was made VC. Aja Nwachukwu, an Igbo of the NCNC, was the Federal Minister of Education from to He was instrumental in the appointment of Professors Eni Njoku as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos in and Kenneth Onwuka Dike as the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ibadan in Both were Igbo men. Alexander O.E. Animalu: a biography of the distinguished professor of physics by Godfrey E Akpojotor (Book) A memoir on physics and solar energy research by Alexander O. E Animalu (Book).
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Animalu Ucheakonam Foundation. Life and thoughts of Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike by Alexander O. Animalu,Ucheakonam Foundation edition, in English. Life and thoughts of Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike by Alexander O. Animalu; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, College teachers, College.
Early Life and Education “The Pioneer Historian”, Kenneth Onwuka Dike was born in Awka, present day, Anambra State, Nigeria, on December, 17, He was the third son of Nzekwe Dike, an itinerant medicine-man and trader. He lost his father inat the age of four, and his mother, Nwudu Dike.
Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike, 7 ģ A Funeral Oration 1 future. You eventually presented a report, which led to the setting up of the National Archives of Nigeria, one of the permanent intellectual establishments of this country.
You before long carried your retrieval operations, in. Kenneth Onwuka Dike ( - ) Please Rate Vote 1 Vote 2 Vote 3 Vote 4 Vote 5 Pionner Director of the Institute, Prof Kenneth Dike was educated at Dennis Memorial Grammar School, Onitsha, Achimota College, Ghana, Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone, the University of Durham England, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and the University of London.
Born in Awka, eastern Nigeria, Kenneth Onwuka Dike was educated in West Africa, England and Scotland. He attended Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone and also Durham University, the University of Aberdeen, and King's College London. and Dike made the critical decision at that point to opt for "a new life in an independent Eastern state" (John.
Kenneth Onwuka Dike, Nigerian educator. Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences, Royal History Society, Kings College, British History Association. Life and thoughts of Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike.
[Nsukka, Enugu State: Ucheakonam Foundation, ©] (OCoLC) Named Person: K Onwuka Dike; K Onwuka Dike; Kenneth Onwuka Dike; K O Dike: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alexander O E Animalu.
Abstract Kenneth Onwuka Dike was a trailblazer in defense of African culture and historical studies. His African-centered orientation contributed to the development of historical consciousness of. Buy Life and thoughts of Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike by Animalu, Alexander O.
E (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Alexander O. E Animalu. As a historian, Dike is said to have reformed Nigerian history by telling the country’s past from a Nigerian point-of-view and his work elucidated trade patterns along the Niger River and the Niger Delta during the 19th century.
Dike’s book Trade and Politics in the Niger Delta () arguably best narrates this history. In his book, he examined in detail the process by which the existing native.
Oxford University Press that originally published the book in gave me back the publishing rights; so, I republished it with the Kenneth Onwuka Dike Centre and Bookcraft Publishers in Ibadan. Kenneth Dike () was an African historian noted for setting up the Nigerian National Archives and for serving as roving ambassador for Biafra during Eastern Nigeria's bid for secession.
Kenneth Onwuka Dike was born Decemin Awka, (East Central) Nigeria. : K. Onwuka Dike. Skip to main content. Try Prime All Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
Today's Deals Your Gift Cards Help. Kenneth Onwuka Dike (17 December – 26 October ) was an Igbo Nigerian historian and the first Nigerian Vice-Chancellor of the nation’s premier college, the University of Ibadan. During the Nigerian civil war, he moved to Harvard University, Boston.
Kenneth Dike Kenneth Dike () was an African historian noted for setting up the Nigerian National Archives and for serving as roving ambassador for Biafra during Eastern Nigeria's bid for secession.
Kenneth Onwuka Dike was born Decemin Awka, (East Central) Nigeria. The University of Ibadan, last week, celebrated its 68th Founders Day. As part of the programmes lined up, on Thursday, last week, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, the President and Chief Executive, Dangote Group; Professor of English and international poet, Professor Niyi Osundare and a business mogul, Chief Jacob Olabode Amao were conferred with honorary doctorate degrees.
Kenneth Dike () was an African historian noted for setting up the Nigerian National Archives and for serving as roving ambassador for Biafra during Eastern Nigeria's bid for secession. Kenneth Onwuka Dike was born Decemin Awka, (East Central) Nigeria. He attended Dennis Memorial grammar school in nearby Onitsha and went on later.“Citation by the University of Michigan on the Occasion of the Conferment of Honorary Doctor of Laws on Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike in ,” Reprinted in Animalu, Life and Thoughts.Professor Kenneth Onwuka Dike to the development of African history and historiography in the 19 th and 20 th African Centuries form the hall mark of this paper.
2. Intellectual Revolution in African Historiography: The Pivotal Contributions of Prof. K.O Dike.