Mr. Antigha Antigha AmboDepartment
Ambo Antigha Antigha, a Christian, born in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State. Attended Primary school, state Housing Estate in Calabar between1980-1986, Hope Waddel Training Institution between 1986-1992. He studied Diploma in Aquaculture - 1995-1997, Environmental protection and Resource Management in the University of Calabar between 1998-2003 and obtained B.Sc (Hon) in EPRM. NYSC-2005-2006. In 2008, he was employed into the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Faculty of Oceanography, University of Calabar as Graduate Assistant. His quest for study made him enroll and abtained a post Graduate Diploma in Management in 2009 in University of Calabar, Fisheries and Aquaculturein 2010. In 2015, he obtained an M.Sc degree in Coastal zone Management in the prestigious University of Ghana-Legon, Accra.
|West African Senior Sec. Sch. Certificate. (WASSC)||Hope Waddel Training Institution, Calabar.||1986||1992 delete_forever|
|Diploma in Fisheries and Aquaculture||University of Calabar, Calabar. Cross River State Nigeria.||1995||1997 delete_forever|
|B.Sc(Hons.) in Environmental Protection & Resources Management.||University of Calabar, Calabar. Cross River State Nigeria.||1998||2002 delete_forever|
|PGDM and PGD in Fisheries&Aquaculture||University of Calabar, Calabar. Cross River State Nigeria.||2009||2010 delete_forever|
|M.Sc Coastal Zone Management||University of Ghana, Legon-Accra Ghana.||2014||2015 delete_forever|
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|International conference on Climate change organized by Institute of Oceanography, University of Calabar||2014-06-12||2014-06-14|
|33rd Annual Conference of Fisheries society of Nigeria (FISON), Lagos State Polythecnic||effect of extract of Aframomum melegueta and Piper guneense on the gonadal development and fecundity of Oreochromis niloticus||2018-10-28||2018-11-02|
|National Association of Hydrological Science, 11th Annual conference, University of Calabar||2021-08-09||2021-08-12|