Mr. AJIBO HENRY TOCHUKWU.

Department: Social Work
Faculty: Social Sciences
Designation : Lecturer Ii
Email: henry.ajibo@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +2348036072889


Biography :


Henry Tochukwu Ajibo is a born citizen of Nigeria. He attended Modem Primary School and Abakpa Nike Secondary School in Enugu State. In 2002 he enrolled in National Grammar School Nike Enugu, for his secondary education and had his SSCE in 2007. His quest for independence ignited him to leave home and live separately where he attended JAMP lesson for a year and gained admission to study B.Sc Social Work in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He obtained his B.Sc in 2012 and enrolled for National Youth Service Corps where he served his country as a school teacher in Mararaba secondary and primary school, Nasarawa State. During this one-year National Youth Service he engaged in a lot of community development services including working with parents of out of school children to get their children back to school.

His work experience ranges from working as an Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) adhoc staff in general and state elections and voters card registration since he graduated in 2012. He is also an astute academic writer, and a social researcher. He has consulted for several research institutes in Nigeria, such as Health Policy Research Group (HPRG), Health Service Consult Limited (HSCL). After his NYSC in 2014 March, he came back to his University, University of Nigeria, Nsukka for his Master’s programme where he also gained an employment as a casual staff of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. He served as a data entry operator until he finally gained employment as an assistant lecturer in the Department of Social Work, University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 2017, currently he is in lecture II position and his Ph.D in Social Work and Social Policy is on-going.

His major strengths are academic witting, academic publication, quantitative and qualitative data analysis using SPSS, NVIVO and Atlas.  




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