Ntongha Eni Ikpi is a native of Idomi, in Yakurr LGA of Cross River State. He is a lecturer in the department of Sociology, University of Calabar. He specializes in Medical sociology and has vested interest in issues related to religion, gender health, drugs, social media, and politics. He has great passion for research and reading, and occasionally does music and sports for leisure. He is married to Griselda and are both blessed with three kids-Praiseworthy, Peculiar, and Excellence.
Illicit Drug Trafficking and Abuse in Nigeria: Implications on National Development. in Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives Volume 5, Issue 2,Pages193-207
Politicization of Health Care in Nigeria as A Stumbling Block to Universal Health Coverage. In Researchjournali’s Journal of Sociology Volume 5 Issue 7 Pages 1-9
The socialization process as Bane of Gender Inequlities in Nigeria, In International Journal of Science and Research Volume 4 Issue 11 Pages 1540-1543
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