Mr. Ekeke Lazarus Anariochi.

Department: Vice Chancellor Office [Unit: Ict ]
Faculty: Administration
Designation : Deputy Director Ict
Phone: 08037764947

Biography :

Ekeke, Laz trained in Industrial Sociology at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), where he graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Sociology/Anthropology in 1994 (with second class honours, upper division).

He trained for a Professional Certificate in Computer Operations and Office Management, in 1995 at the Newtech Systems Limited Computer College, Isolo, Lagos.  After the National Youth Services Scheme (NYSC) he returned to the university town of Nsukka where he took up appointment as Business Manager with a computer company, NAC Computer Services, Limited.  He later studied for a Masters degree in the same department in UNN, specializing in Industrial Sociology (2002).

He has been involved in computer based training programmes which involves coordinating computer awareness training packages where he served as computer instructor in CorelDraw, Microsoft office suite, Google apps and data analysis.

Ekeke, Laz before fully joining the services of the UNN was a team member in 2002 that setup the University of Nigeria, Nsukka Cyber Café from a grant of the Central Bank of Nigeria to the university.

He later became the Business Manager of the Cyber Café. He is currently the Deputy Director in the Department of Management Information Systems Unit (MIS), University of Nigeria, Nsukka. His work involves project coordination in the department.

Between 2008 and 2011 he became a certified Prometric/Pearson Vue/Certiport Testing Centre Administrator and subsequently managed the university testing centres. 

He is also involved with the Education Innovation Unit under the Vice Chancellor’s Office, charged with the responsibility of teaching our academic departments the use of STARBOARD Technology in lecture presentations.

He is currently a Ph.D student in Sociology of Development and is researching on the Socioeconomic Impact of the Mobile Phone Technology (GSM) using Enugu State of Nigeria as a case study.