Mr. Ntongha Eni IkpiDepartment
Mr Ntongha Eni Ikpi is native of Idomi community in Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State and is currently a Lecturer 1I in the Department of Sociology, University of Calabar. He graduated from the Department of Sociology, University of Calabar in 2005 with Second class (Hons) upper division and had an M.Sc in Medical Sociology in 2012. He is currently Awaiting thesis defense for a Ph.D in same specialty, and in same Department of the University of Calabar. He has taken part in researches organized by the Research Council of Norway, Federal Ministry of Health in collaboration with the National Population Commission and UNFPA, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute of the University of Basel and the World Health Organization, and has also taken part in workshops such as the Idomi Economic Development Initiative (2017), The Yakurr Peace Initiative (2018). Ikpiâ€™s research interest is in various grey areas such as religion, politics, health, gender, social media, drugs, etc. He is Married to Griselda and both are blessed with four lovely kids-Praiseworthy, Peculiar, Excellence, and Evidence.
|Ikpi, N. E. & Undelikwo, V. A. (2019). Social Media Use and Studentsâ€™ Health-Lifestyle Modification in University of Calabar, Nigeria. European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 5 (1), 47-54|
|Undelikwo, V. A, & Ikpi, N. E. (2018). Education as a Determinant of Age at First Birth and Contraception in Calabar South Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 7(2), 128-134.|
|Etobe, E. I., Ojua, T. A., Etobe, U. E., Undelikwo, V. A., Okorie, C., Ikpi, N. E., & Bassey, G. E. (2017). Politicization of Health Care in Nigeria as A Stumbling Block to Universal Health Coverage. Researchjournaliâ€™s Journal of Sociology, 5 (7), 1-9.|
|Ikpi, N. E., & Undelikwo, V. A. (2016). Illicit Drug Trafficking and Abuse in Nigeria: Implications on National Development. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives. 5(2), 193-207.|
|Etobe, E. I., Etobe, U. E., Ikpi, N. E., & Ezikeudu, C. C. (2015). The socialization process as Bane of Gender Inequlities in Nigeria. International Journal of Science and Research, 4 (11), 1540-1543|
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|2nd international Conference on Nigerian Federation-Myth or Reality, held by the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Uyo, Nigeria||Ethnicity as social Pathology in Nigerian Federalism and Unity.||2018-10-23||2018-10-26|
|2019 Population Association of Nigeria International Conference on Population, national security and development held in the faculty of law moot court, ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. The conference examined the link between population,||Restructuring family relations and gender roles as a precursor to gender equality in Nigeria.||2019-06-10||2019-06-12|