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Name

Prof. Ntamu Gabriel Ushie

Department

Religious and Cultural Studies

Designation

Professor

Email

[email protected]


About Prof. Ntamu Gabriel Ushie

Gabriel Ushie Ntamu holds a Ph.D in Religious Studies from the University of Ibadan. He is presently an Associate Professor in the Department of Religious and Cultural Studies and is presently the Acting Head of Department. Dr. Ntamu has published extensively in foreign and local journals and has two books to his credit. His area of research interest include: Christian-Muslim Relations, Ethics and New Testament. He has attended several conferences and supervised 5 PhDs, 5 M.As. His email address [email protected] His phone no. is +2348067750469. 


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Ekeke, E.C. and Ntamu, Gabriel U. Pilgrimage (HAJJ) in Islam in the 21st Century and its impact on the Society. SOPHIA. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 11.1, 2008: 31-41.
Eneji Chris-Valentine O., Ntamu, Gabriel U.Unwandade, C. C. Godwin, Anthony B., Bassey, John E., Williams, James J. and Ignatius Joseph, Traditional African Religion in Natural Resources Conservation and Management in Cross River State, Nigeria. Environment and Natural Resources Research, 2.4.,2012: 45-53.
Ntamu, Gabriel U., Owulu, Ethelbert E. and Monity, Flora M. Student’s Variables and Academic Performance in Christian Religious Studies in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria. The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention; 3.10,2016: 2933-2942.
Eneji, Chris-Valentine O., Ntamu, Gabriel U., Ajor, Joseph, O. Ben, C. B., Bassey John E. and Williams James J. Ethical Basis of Africa Traditional Religion and Socio-Cultural Practice in Natural Resource Conservation and Management in Cross River State. Journal of Research in Peace, Gender and Development. 2.2.,2012: 34-43.
Ntamu, Gabriel U., Abia, Timothy O., Ediyang Sunday D. and Eneji, Chris-Valentine O. Religion in Nigerian Political Space: Implication for sustainable National Development, International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 4.9., 2014: 301-318.
Ikwun, Rigobert O.and Ntamu, Gabriel U. Mortalizing Morality and Immortalizing Imorality. In the campaign against HIV/AIDS Sources: The Fate of the Contemporary Christians. SOPHIA, 9.1.,2006: 77-84
Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Ikwun, Rigobert O. Over-Population and the Crises and Hunger and Poverty in sub-Saharan Africa : The way Out. SOPHIA, 9, 2006: 112-115.
Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Ekpenyong Obo E. The Lord’s Supper: A Comparative Study of the ‘Reformed and Pentecostal Model. International Journal Anglisticum, Literature, Linguistics and Interdisciplinary studies, 3.2., 2014: 47-50.
Mgbekem, Mary A., Ntamu, Gabriel U. Nsemo, Alberta D. and Uwakwe, Charles B. U. Persuasive Communication Skills in the Uptake of HIV Counseling and Testing (HCT) Among Female Nigeria University Students: Focus on the University of Calabar, Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine, 12.2, 2013: 45-57.
Owulu, Ethelbert E., Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Monity, Flora M. ICT Utilization and Student’s Academic Performance in Christian Religious Studies in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria” 2016. The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention; 3(11), 2349-2031.
Ntamu Gabriel U. and Ajor, Joseph O. Afutang and Nndum: ancestral and Marital Fidelity Deities in Bekwarra Cosmology. African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society, 1.1, 2006: 25-28.
Mgbekem, Mary A., Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Ejemot, Regina I. Prevalence of HIV Infection among Blood Donors and Antenatal Clinic Attendants in General Hospital Calabar. SOPHIA. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 10.1,2007: 60-68.
Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Emeng, Gideon I. Burial Cults Mummification and Personal Immortality in Ancient Egyptian Cosmology. African Journal of Religion Culture and Society, 1.1., 2006: 36-39.
Ekanem, Samuel A., Adalikwu, Rose A., Amini, Paul B. Ejue, James B. and Ntamu,Gabriel U. Promoting the culture of peace and democracy for sustainable national Development in Nigeria : A Philosophical Mapping 2010. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1.1: 335-346.
Okon, B. A. and Ntamu, Gabriel U., The Nigeria Pidgin English as a Language of Praise, Worship and Spirituality. Studies in Sikhism and Comparative Religion, 34.2,2014: 133-146.
Ntamu Gabriel U., Eneji, Chris-Valentine Ogar, Asor, Love Joseph and Ochiche, C. Experience C. Ethno-Religious Pluralism and Sustainable National Development: The Nigeria Experience,. Review of Social Sciences, 2.4, 2017: 1-7.
Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Ikwun, Rigobert O. Religion and Violence in Nigeria : The way forward 2005, SOPHIA, 9.1.,:77-84.
Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Ekpenyong, Obo E., Boko Haram: A Threat to Nigerian National Security. European Scientific Journal, 10.17., 2014: 244-253.
Ekanem, Samuel A., Ejue, James B., Roibito, Samuel E. and Ntamu, Gabriel U. Ethical and Value Orientation of School Pupils for Peace and Social Development: The African Perspective. Annals of Modern education, 1.1., 2009: 204-2014.
Ntamu, Gabriel U. and Eneji, Chris-Valentine O., Omang, Thomas A. and Edinyang, Sunday D. Religions: A Curse or a Blessing for National Integration and Development in Nigeria: Boko Haram in Perspective. Journal of sociological Research, 4.1., 2013: 364-377.
Ekpenyong, Obo E. and Ntamu, Gabriel U. Baptism: A Comparative Study of the Reformed and Pentecostal Model. European Scientific Journal June Edition, 10.7, 2014: 151-161.
Ntamu, Gabriel U. Religion and secularization: The Nigeria Christian-Muslims Experience. Insight: Journal of Religious Studies 1.2 and 3: 70-75.

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Attendee: African Theological Fellowship (ATF) Conference Attendee: African Theological Fellowship (ATF) Conference Held at the Institute of Church and Society (ICS) Samonda, Ibadan, Nigeria (Attended as a Doctoral Degree student, September 25th – 28th, 1997, No paper presented).1997-09-251997-09-28
7th American Studies Association of Nigeria Conferences (ASAN) 7th American Studies Association of Nigeria Conferences (ASAN) Held in Benin, Precious Palm Royal Hotel, Benin city, 27th – 29th September, 2000.2000-09-272000-09-29
8th American Studies Association of Nigeria Conferences (ASAN) 8th American Studies Association of Nigeria Conferences (ASAN) Held in Jos, Plateau State, Held at Conference Hall, Plateau Hotel, Jos, 14th – 16th August, 2001.2001-08-142001-08-16
9th American Studies Association of Nigeria Conferences (ASAN) 9th American Studies Association of Nigeria Conferences (ASAN) Held in Bolingo Hotels and Towers, Abuja, Nigeria from 15th – 17th September, 2002.2002-09-152002-09-17
Presented a paper titled: Religion and Secularization … (see local journal in Insight). Association for the study of Religion Conference Held at Ado Ekiti 16th – 19th March, 2003. 2003-03-162003-03-19
Presented a paper titled: American style citizenship as a panacea to Nigerian Ethnic Chauvinism (see book chapter). 10kth American Studies Association of Nigeria Conference (ASAN) Held in Pyramid Hotel and Suites, Calabar, 25th – 27th August, 2003. 2003-08-252003-08-27
Dr. Ron and Lynn Standford Bible Trust Organization’s Conference for the Translation of the New Testament into Native Languages Dr. Ron and Lynn Standford Bible Trust Organization’s Conference for the Translation of the New Testament into Native Languages in Nigeria, Jos, Nigeria, 4th- 8th April, 2012.2012-04-042012-04-08
Attendee: Faculty of Arts International Conference Attendee: Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar, Nigeria, 12th – 15th April, 2016, University of Calabar, Nigeria (No paper presented).2016-04-122016-04-16