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Dr. Monica Peter Lebo


Business Management


Lecturer I


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About Dr. Monica Peter Lebo

Mrs Monica Peter Lebo is from Adadama in Abi Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. She started teaching as a lecturer at the former Polytechnic, Calabar in the year 1999 and was later redeployed to the present Cross River University of Technology, Calabar. She joined the service of University of Calabar in October, 2010 as Lecturer II. Her service was transferred from CRUTECH to UNICAL in 2010. She attended Government Primary School Ogboja, Ogoja in Cross River State where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC). Her secondary school was at Holy Child Secondary School, Igoli, Ogoja where she obtained her West African School Certificate (WASC). She also attended Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, and obtained B.Sc. (Secretarial Administration) Degree. And later got her Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) Degree from The University of Calabar, Calabar. Not done yet, she went to Ebonyi State University (EBSU), Abakaliki and obtained a Ph.D in (Human Resource Management) . Though she had applied for grant, she has not been granted. She is an honorary recipient of the Department of Management Award for Teaching Excellence in 2018. She had taught many business courses. Also, she had participated in many conferences where she presented a scholarly research papers and have published over 10 scholarly articles in both local and international peer reviewed journals. She had supervised both Diploma and Undergraduate Students’ Projects numbering over sixty (60). She is a member of The Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM). Mama Monica as she is fondly called by close friends and associates is a mother, a wife and a sister to her family and friends. She is married to the love her life Mr. Peter Lebo and the marriage is bless with children.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)Govt. Primary School Ogboja, Ogoja. CRS. 19681975
West African School Certificate (WASC)Holy Child Secondary School, Mount Carmel, Igoli Ogoja. CRS19761980
Bachelor of Science Degree (BSc.) in Secretarial Administration.Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST), Port Harcourt. RS.19851989
Master of Business Administration (MBA). University of Calabar, Calabar. Cross River State. 20052008
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)Ebonyi State University (EBSU), Abakaliki.20152019

S/N Publication
Ewah, S., & Lebo, M. P. (2019). Imperatives for Managing the Business Environment for Market Driven Opportunities. International journal of Latest Research in Humanities and Social Sciences (IJLRHSS). 2 (9), 92-108
Ewah, S. & Lebo, M. P. (2019). Challenges of Manufacturing Sub-Sector to Compete in Foreign Markets: The Nigerian Experience. European Journal of Business and Management Research. 4 (5). 01-06
Lebo, M. P., Osakpa, D. U., Okonkwo, D. A. & Ejiogu, Stella I. (2018). Business skills development partnerships and women empowerment for accelerated economic growth in African communities: formation of an African guild of women entrepreneurs. Journal of Business Administration and Management Science Research. 7(1), 001 – 006.
Lebo, M. P., Okonkwo, Dyke A. R., Ejiogu, S. I. & Osakpa, D. U. (2018). Relationship between School Location and Secondary Technical Students’ Acquisition of Knowledge-Based Skills in Cross River and Imo States of Nigeria. Frontiers in Education Technology; 2 (2), 63-73.
Katuka,Y., Osakpa, D. U., Okonkwo, D. A. R., & Lebo, M. P. (2016). Employment, generation and poverty reduction for optimal economic performance in Nigeria: Adoption of skills acquisition village enterprises development model, social sciences. Journal of Policy Review & Development Strategies, 2(1), 53 – 60.
Okonkwo, D. A. R., Lebo, M. P. & Osakpa, D. U. (2016). Associating business environment with entrepreneurship for sustainable development of rural communities in Nigeria: A case study of Imo State. International Journal of Operational Research in Management, Social Sciences & Education, 2(1), 177 – 186.
Osakpa, D. U., Lebo, M. P., & Okonkwo, D. A. R. (2016). Managing Nigerian universities for optimal performance: Adoption of strategies of companies that excel in the United State of America as analyzed in built to last. Abuja international Journal of Education And Management Sciences (ABIJEMS), 4(1), 61 – 71.
John, J. E., Lebo, M. P., & Umoh, A. J. (2009). Gender influence on the differences in the performance of level of female and male entrepreneurs in South Western Nigeria. Journal of Management and Entrepreneur, 1(1), 106-112.
Ekeng, A. B., Ewah, S. O., & Lebo, M. P. (2009). Strategic decision making: A model approach. Journal of Management and Entrepreneur. 1(1), 53-64.
Osakpa, D. U., & Lebo, M. P. (2002). The impact of secretaries’ human relations education/skills on the achievement of organizational objectives. Educational and Training Journal (EDUTRAJ), 3(2), 103-118.

warning No Result For Grants Received.

S/N Conference Description Started Finished
International Trade & Academic Research Conference (ITARC) London.Empirical Analysis of the Quality Dimension of a Product.2013-11-042013-11-05
Diamond International Education Centre, (DIEC) AbujaManaging Nigerian Universities: Adoption of Strategies of Companies that Excel in the United States of America as Analyzed in Built to Last.2015-10-042015-10-08
International Institute for Policy Review and Development Strategies, Conference Abstracts on Nigerian Strategic Conference on Development Policies, Economic Performance and Sustainability - 55 Years Sectoral Performance Appraisal of the Nigerian EcoEmployment Generation and Poverty Reduction for Optimal Economic Performance In Nigeria: Adoption of Skills Acquisition Village Enterprises Development Model.2016-02-242016-02-26
Nigerian Academy of Education Conference held at Alvan Ikoku College of Education, Owerri, Imo State.Business Skills Development Partnerships and Women Empowerment for Accelerated Economic Growth in Africa2016-10-312016-11-04