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Ms. Glory Bassey Asuquo


Continuing Education/Developmental Studies


Assistant Lecturer


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About Ms. Glory Bassey Asuquo

Glory Bassey Asuquo is a young single lady of thirty-two years. She hails from Akpap Okon Ene Ita village in Akpabuyo Local Government Area of Cross River State. She is an assistant lecturer in the Department of Continuing Education and Development Studies, University of Calabar. She is simple, friendly and accommodating to anyone who comes in contact with her. She is skilled in the usage of Microsoft office documents and always ready to learn. She has been awarded by Global Achievers media under the young achievers/professional category and has reputable publications to her honour. Her philosophy in life ‘do unto others what you want them to do to you’ enables her give opportunity to everyone around her to express themselves.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving CertificateAye Nursery and Primary School19901997
WASSCEHoly Child Secondary School, Calabar19982004
B.Ed Adult Education (EconomicsUniversity of Calabar20042008
M.Ed Adult Education (Social Work Education)University of Calabar20152018

S/N Publication
Beshel, C. A., Asuquo, G. B. & Ekpenyong, V. O. (2017). “Widening access of Nigerians to distance education programmes”. Journal of Review of Social Sciences, 2(7), 19-24.
Beshel, C. A., Andong, H. A. & Asuquo, G. B. (2013). “Reducing poverty: The imperative of cooperative societies in education for today”. Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, 13(1), 27-38.

warning No Result For Grants Received.

S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Faculty of Education conference held at University of Calabar.Corrupt Practices And Funding Of Adult Education Programmes In Nigeria2018-09-112018-09-14
• 2019 International Literacy conference as part of the celebration of 70th anniversary of Adult Education held at University of Ibadan, IbadanYOUTH SKILL TRAINING PROGRAMMES AND ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT IN CALABAR METROPOLIS OF CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA2019-04-082019-04-12