Mrs. Orajaka Sussan Nwakego.

Department: Institute Of African Studies
Faculty: Institute Of African Studies
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Phone: 08037367214

Publications (Articles and Journals):

1.    Umezinwa E. and Orajaka E. (2011). The Anatomy of the Solemn in Ezenduka’s “lee Nnukwu Ukochukwu. African research review. An international Multidisciplinary Journal Ethiopia vol. (5).
2.    Ego Orajaka (2011). Vocal music-voice a Good instrument for Teaching and Entertainment in Igbo Land Nigeria.Ikoro: international Journal of African Studies (IAS) University Nigeria, Nsukka vol. 9 No. 122 Sept 2012 pp 389.

3.    Ego Orajaka and Nwokenne E. (2009) Music Education: a Poasitive factor in childhood intelligence development. (J. Arse). The Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education vol. 7 No. 1.

4.    Ego orajaka and Emmanuel Umezinwa (2009). Music and the burden of relevance in Nation building. AlvanIkoku Federal College of Education Owerri.Dept. of music vol.1 NO 2 Aug 2009.

5.    Umezinwa E. and Ego Orajaka (2009).The liturgical character of Ezenduka’s compositions. Editorial board of review of behavior science vol.7 vol.2 No2 Aug 2009 pp. 212-222

6.    Ego Orajaka (2010). Role of Oja as an instrument in the Governance of the Igbo’s.(GGR) Vol .Governance at the Grassroot edited by E.J. Otagburuagu(NUGA).

7.    Emma Umeznwa and Ego Orajaka (2010). Topic: Globalization, African music and the conflict of a wounded psyche. The humanities and globalization in the third millennium chap 43 pp 382.

8.    SussanNwakego(2013).Igbo minstrel as social changes and challenges.Ikenga ;International of IAS of African Studies Vol.15 No 1 and 2 University of  Nigeria, Nsukka.

9.    Ego Orajaka(2010).The effective use of  African music in behavioral control: A case of study of Aguata  L. G.A.(JARSE)the journal of advocacy and rehabilitation in Ed. Vol.5 No 3.

10.    Chukwuemenam E. and Ego O. (2010). The making of an Igbo Musical Instrument interview with Anakwe-NzeNwude. An international Conference held at Institute of African Studies University of Nigeria, Nsukka from 12th to 14th June, 2013.

11.    Emma Umezinwa, Patrick Okafor and Ego Orajaka (2013). Understanding global Harmony through intergration and metaphony: a model in African music Educatuon. Intellect base International Consortium Academic Conference sanAntio, texas USA April 11-12, 2013.

12.    Ego Orajaka (2013). Museum and National Development in Nigeria. An international Journal in Education (JARSE).

13.    Ego Orajaka andUmezinwaChukwuemenan E. (2010). Traditions of Nigeria music in a Technology-driven building. Association of Nigerian Musicologiest (AHIM) Dept. of Music,University of UYO, AkwaIbom 2010.

14.    Umeh E.C., Orajaka E. and Esimerene C. (2014). Music as imperialism. 2014 NYASA conference program. Spemy and Molfetta Centers Venue: Nelson Mandela panel 5, Ghana.

15.    Orajaka SN and Emmanuel Unuzinwa(2014).A study of Ikorodo dance group of OrbaUdenu L. G.A. Enugu state. Impact Factor 1.6714 India journal of Research;Paripex 8-ABanas Opp. Slu girl’s college NP. Congress Bhavan, paldi, Ahmedabad-380006(Gujarat).

16.    OrajakaSussanNwakego(2014).A philso-musical analysis of the contributions of William Wilberforce Echezona :A.Impact factor-0.71(Thomson Reuters)Open journal of political science(OJPS).

17.    OrajakaSusssan.,Ani, and EmmanuelUmezinwa (2014).Making tradition and their behavioral function in accounting for stability and order:A critical exposition of selected study of West, East and central Africa Mask.P.O.BOX 54821 IRVINECA 92619-4821, USA impact factors:Thomson Reuters Open journal of political science(OJPS).

18.    Ego Orajaka.,Ani, and Emma Umezinwa(2014).The need for a philosophy, music and African studies:A trilogical identification of three conceptual relevancies in state Tertiary Education.Impact factors-0.71(Thomson Reuters)Open journal of political science OJPS editorial office, scientific research publishing, P.O,Box 54821, IRVINECA 92619-4821 USA.

19.    SussanOrajaka.,JeffUnaegbu, Joy Ezigbo., and Emma Umezinwa(2014).Religion as a social institution,A comparative study of the pre-contact Igbo of Nigeria and the Dogon of Mali.Ikoro: Journal of institute of African studies vol.10 No.1 and 2. :ISSN:0046-859-2

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