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Name

Mr. Cletus Ekok Omono

Department

Sociology

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Cletus Ekok Omono

Mr. Omono Cletus Ekok is a lecturer in the Department of Sociology, University of Calabar, Calabar. He hails from Olakidung, in Nta/Nselle Clans, IKom Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. He had his primary education in St theresa Primary school 1988 and proceeded to Mbembe comprehensive secondary school obubra in 1995 and finally ended up Egara Comprehensive secondary school Iyamitet in 2003 respectively.He holds a diploma in social work and B.Sc. (Hons) 2nd Class Upper Division in sociology and M.Sc. in Development Sociology from the Department of Sociology, University of Calabar, Calabar. He is currently undergoing a PhD programme in Development Sociology in the University of Calabar.He was a staff adviser of national Association of social work students 2014-2016, Registration Officer from 2010-2018 in the department of sociology he is a member of Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association and member International Sociological Association and have contributed to scholarly foreign and local journals of high reputation. He is happily Married with Children.


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Uyang, F. A., & Omono, C. E. (2016). Land Scarcity and Communal Land Conflicts: Implications for Food Security in Selected Communities in Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State. North Asian International Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(1); 12-21.
Bassey, A. O., Abia, R. P., Omono, C. E. (2014). Christian Belief and Their Attitude Towards the Culture of Profit Maximization Saving and Investment as Foundation of Industrialization in Nigeria. American International Journal of Social Sciences, 3(2); 159-165.
Bassey, A. O., Edet, H. S. & Omono, C. E. (2014). A Critical Appraisal of Personnel Management System and Its Performance in Colonial Nigeria. Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 3(2); 134-141.
Ering, S. O., Omono, C. E., and Uyang, F. A. (2014). Child-Witch Phenomenon and Its Social Implications in Nigeria. American Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 4(4);208-219.
Bassey, A. O., Omono, C. E., Bisong, P. O. & Bassey, U. A. (2013). States and Local Government Area Creation as A Strategy of National Integration or Disintegration in Nigeria. Journal of Education and Social Research, 3(1); 237-245.
Bassey, A. O., Bisong, P. O. & Omono, C. E. (2013). Contributions of Multinational Corporations to Socio-Economic and Political Development of Third World Countries: A Critique of Nigerian Experience. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Management, 2(9); 89-99.
Ering, S. O., Omono, C. E. Oketa, C. M. (2013). Islamic Militancy and Global Insecurity: An Analysis of Boko-Haram Crisis in Northern Nigeria. Canadian Social Science, 9(5);31-36.

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