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Dr. Gabriel Bubu Ncha




Senior Lecturer


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About Dr. Gabriel Bubu Ncha

Ncha Gabriel Bubu was employed as an Assistant Lecturer on the 19th August, 2008 and presently a Senior Lecturer. He holds a B.A. M.A. and Ph.D degrees in Philosophy all from the University of Calabar in 1998, 2005 and 2010 respectively. He teaches academic courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels which spans through Ethics, Epistemology, Aesthetics, Social and Political Philosophy and contemporary philosophy. He has also served as secretary of Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Calabar. His MA Thesis was on “John Rawls' Theory of Social Justice and the minority questions in Nigerian politics,” and his PhD Dissertation was on “The Application of some aspects of Jean-Paul Satres' Existentialist Philosophy to the Niger Delta problem,” completed in 2010. He is presently researching on the concept of Existential Justice, his brain child, among other areas in philosophy. Dr. Ncha’s research interests also span through various branches of Philosophy and Humanities in general. These are evident in his numerous academic articles in both local and international Journals, as well as book chapters.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
BA PhilosophyUniversity of Calabar19941998
MA PhilosophyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20022005
PhD PhilosophyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar.20052010

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Enyimba, Maduka and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “ African Origin of Democracy and Role of Women in its Development: A Case Study of Two Pre-colonial Political Systems.” International Journal of Innovative science, Engineering and Technology, 6.9 2019: 429-439.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Samuel Akpan Bassey, “ Gender Inequality in Africa: A Re-examination of Cultural Values” Cogito Ego Journal, XI.3 2019:21-36.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “Descartes Foundationalism: An Answer to the Skeptics or a Way Out?” International Social Sciences Journal, 5.44 2019: 5232-5237.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Aniah Undie Paschal, “ John Dewey’s Educational Philosophy: A Solution to Unemployment Phenomenon in Nigeria” Journal of Social, Humanities and Administrative Sciences, 5.16 2019:344-350.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Thomas Micah Pimaro Jr, “The Justice of the Being-For-Itself and The Niger Delta Problem” International Social Mentality and Researcher Thinkers Journal, 5.21 2019:1064-1070.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “The Relevance of Rawls’ Concept of Social Justice to the Nigeria Socio-Economic Condition”. The leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 1,1 2009:110 – 115.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu; Janet S. Petters and Kidzu T. Oweh, “Effective and Functional Education From The Perspective of Pragmatism and Existentialism “ HIKIMA: Journal of Multidisciplinary Discourses, 2.1 2019:45-51.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Kidzu T. Oweh, “ John Ralw’s theory of social justice and the issue of restructuring in Nigeria” International Journal of Creative Research and Studies, 2.7 2018: 104-114.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Kidzu T. Oweh, “ Sartre’s Existentialism: A Panacea to the Moral and developmental Aspects of Nigeria Youths and National Development.” International Journal of Creative Research and Studies, 2.8 2018: 1-12
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu; Oduora Okpokam Asuo and Michael Ukah, “John Locke’s A Letter Concerning Toleration: Lessons for the Nigerian Religious Environment” Philosophy Study, 8 (6) 2018:253-262.
Kidzu, T, Oweh; Alo Frank Chibizo and Ncha Gabriel Bubu, “The Value and Relevance of Philosophy to Human Capacity Development in Nation Building” CAJOLIS- Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 20.1 2018:275-286.
Kidzu T. Oweh; Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Oshita O. Oshita, “The Nexus Between Education, Mentoring and Career Guidance as Tools for Human Capacity Development” CAJOLIS- Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 20.2 2018:278-289.
. Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “Existential Justice: The Basis for Quality Leadership in Nigeria” CAJOLIS- Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 20.1 2018:337-347.
. Asuo, Oduora Okpokam and Ncha Gabriel Bubu, “Redifining Terrorism: Making a Case Against Environmental Terrorism” CAJOLIS- Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies, 20.1 2018:402-415.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Kidzu Thomas Oweh, “Supremacy of The Arts/Humanities Over Science and Technology in National Development” FAHSANU JOURNAL: Journal of The Arts Humanities, 1.2 2018:100-109
Kidzu, T. Oweh, and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “Cultural Globalization and the place of Africa in Cultural Exchange” Ndunode: Special Edition of Calabar Journal of Humanities, 12.1 2017:300 – 310.
Kidzu, T. Oweh and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “The value of Mathematics, Culture and Security issue to Human Development” International Journal of Education and Research, 3.10 2015:43 – 52.
Patrick Egaga and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “ A look at the subjectivist view on Education” International Journal of Humanities, Social Science and Education (IJHSSE), 2.4 2015:166 – 171
Dorothy N. Oluwagbemi-Jacob and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “Sartre’s Existentialism and Participatory Governance: A Synergy for peace and stability in Nigeria” The African Symposium: An Online Journal of the AfricanEducational Research Network, 14 2014:1-2.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Imeobong Offiong, “An Analysis of a New Dimension of personal Names and Documentation in Ibibio Folk Philosophy: An exercise in Linguistic Philosophy” Journal of Integrative Humanism Ghana, 3 2014:137 – 146.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Kidzu T. Oweh, “Going back to the stream: An Existential and Integrative Imperative” Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Science (IISTE), 2.6 2012:30 – 40.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Mary Ebai, “Authentic Living and resource control in Africa: The experience of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria” American Journal of Social and Management Sciences (AJSMS), 3.2 2012:68 -75.
Kidzu, T Oweh and Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, ”Synoptic Excursus of Ancient Greek Concept of Mind from Thales to the Stoics”Journals of research on Humanities and Social Science (IISTE,) 2.5 2012:86 – 91
Ncha, Gabriel B, “Existential Justice: Integrative and Humanistic perspective” Integrative Humanism Journal, 1.2 2011:54 – 65.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu, “Oil Politics, Sustainable Amnesty Programme and Sartre’s Existential Philosophy”. The Leajon: An Academic journal of Inter-Disciplinary Studies, 1.2 2010:104- 109.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “Existentialism as Basis for Social Inclusiveness in a Democratic System: African Pentecost Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work, 3.2 2010:97 -101.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu and Enyimba Maduka. “A Critique of Len Doyel and Roerharris Practical Foundation on Human Understanding” The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 2.1 2010:11-16.
Ncha, Gabriel Bubu. “Plato’s Allegory and Philosophical Questions” Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 13.1 2010:139 – 143.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
A Two-Day Capacity Building Workshop for Academic-Staff, title: Quality teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education, at University of Calabar Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence. 2014-02-122014-02-13
A Second Boki Development Conference held on the 5th of April, 2014, and served as a Rapporteur 2014-04-052014-04-05
Social Equality Conference, Department of Philosophy, University of Cape Town. “The group versus the individual: An inquiry into the Concept of Equality as a Political Goal”2014-08-152014-08-17
A 4 day International Conference on Research, Innovations and Sustainable Development, Accra, Ghana“The Value of Mathematics and Culture to Human Development”2015-03-092015-03-12
A 3 day Stakeholders Dialogue On Peaceful Elections in 2015, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. March 15th – 17th, 2015.2015-03-152015-03-17
A 3 day Nigeria Philosophical Association Biennial International Conference University of Uyo“Sartre’s Existentialism: A panacea to the moral and developmental aspects of Nigerian Youths and National Development.”2016-10-262016-10-28
A 4 day Premier Edition of Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar.“Cultural Globalization and the Place of Africa in Cultural Exchange.” 2017-04-122017-04-15