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Mr. Akah Pius Eneji


Social Work


Graduate Assistant


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About Mr. Akah Pius Eneji

Mr. Pius E. Akah is a seasoned and erudite scholar, innovative teacher who has an interest in politics and administration, and he is well-grounded in both theoretical and practical Social Work. He has, over the years, acquired unique skills and capabilities in planning, data gathering, project monitoring and evaluation. Mr. P. E. Akah was awarded a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Social Work by the University of Calabar in 2014 and M.Sc. degree in-view from University of Benin, Benin City. He joined the services of University of Calabar in 2016 as Graduate Assistant. His major research areas include gerontology (Aged), Child welfare, Drug addiction, Community development and Social welfare. Mr. P.E. Akah has served as registration officer to students in the Department of Social Work in 2017. He has authored/coauthored three articles spread across local and international peer reviewed journals. Akah P, as he is fondly called by his peers, has participated in many local and international conferences where he made presentations.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt Mark Primary school, Gakem19942000
SSCEYouth Academy, Beten20002006
B.Sc in Social WorkUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20092014
M.Sc(Social Work)University of Benin,Edo State.20172019

S/N Publication
4. Akah, P.E. & Enamhe D. C., (2021), A Revisit on the Mediterranean Model of Welfare System: Implication for Social Welfare and Policy Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies 8(1), 26-29.
Akah, P. E. & Uzoh, C. E. (2019). Compulsive Desire for Material Wealth and Unwholesome AcquisitiveSpirit in Nigeria: Implication for Social Work Intervention and Policy Development. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Reviews, 9 (1), 278 – 282.
Akah, P. E. & Ikeorji, C. R (2018), Youth Political Participation and Electoral Violence in the 21st Century Nigeria: Bridging the Gap. World Journal of Innovative Research, 4(6), 09-13
Mboto,W.A., Akah, P.E.,& Ikeorji, C.R.,(2018) Socio-Economic Dimension of the Aged in A Recessing Economy:The Experience of Agba People of Northern Cross River State.Port-Harcourt Journal of Social Sciences.8(1),144-160

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Conference of Nigerian Association of Social Workers (NASOW)Socio- Economic dimension of the aged in a recessing economy: The experience of AGBA people in Northern Cross River State, Nigeria2017-11-152017-11-17
National Conference of Centre For Unity, Conflict Resolution & Development (CUCRD), AbujaCompulsive desire for material wealth and unwholesome acquisitive spirit in Nigeria: Implication for social work intervention and policy development.2019-05-012019-05-04