Baze University

RHEMA OGUCHE


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  • Qualifications: B.A, PGDE, M.A, PHD in view
  • Role Title: ASSISTANT LECTURER
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  • Email: rhema.oguche@bazeuniversity.edu.ng
  • Department: General Studies
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OGUCHE, Rhema F.E is a passionate researcher with keen interests in African Literature, African - American Literature, Gender studies, Post-colonial Literature, Ecological/Environmental Literature, as well as War Poetry. He holds an M.A in English and Literary Studies, and he is currently pursuing a Doctorate degree in African Literature. A member of the Literary Society of Nigeria (LSN), Linguistic Association of Nigeria (LAN) and Nigerian Institute of Management, he has attended several national conferences and has published in some reputable national Journals.



Title Name Year Acquired
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Module Code Module Description Credit Unit
GEN101 Use of English 1 2

1. Grace O. Onoja & Rhema Friday Ekpah Oguche (2019) “Politics as Pragmatics: An Analysis of Some Selected Political Slogans”. Yankari Journal of English, Literature and Linguistics

2. Rhema Friday Ekpah Oguche (2019). “African Realities Through the Eye of the Child: An Analysis of Amma Darko’s Faceless”. Yankari Journal of English, Literature and Linguistics

3. Sanni Isah & Rhema Friday Ekpah Oguche, (2019) Literature: The Science and Technology Nexus for the Development of Africa”. Northwest Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies

4. Lawrence Aboi Daniel, Israel Andrew & Rhema Friday Ekpah Oguche (2018): “Female Assertiveness in Audee Giwa’s Yarinya”. Journal of the English Scholars Association of Nigeria (JESAN). Vol. 20, No. 1&2, September, 2018

5. Rhema Friday Ekpah Oguche & Abosede Omolara Omojuyigbe (2017). “Gender And Insecurity: An Examination Of Nawal El-Saadawi’s Woman At Point Zero And Chimamanda Adichie’s Americanah”. Journal of the  Literary Society of Nigeria (JLSN), Issue 9. Pp 217 – 231

6. Sanni Isah & Rhema Friday Ekpah Oguche, (2017). “Language, Literature and Education for Sustainable Development”, Journal of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria (JOLAN), VOL. 20, NO. 2. Pp 175 – 183 

7. Rhema F.E Oguche & Abosede Omolara Omojuyigbe (2017). “Interrogating the ‘New’ in New Voices in Northern Nigerian Literature: A Study Of Waiting For An Angel, Destinies Of Life and Secrets Of Silence (Poetic Thoughts)”. In Conference Proceedings on the 11th Literature in Northern Nigeria Conference

8. Dr. Obinna Opara, Grace O. Onoja & Rhema F. Oguche, (2015). “Use of Braille Assistive Technology for Effective Assessment Of Blind Candidates: Case Study of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination”, Knowledge Review: A Multidisciplinary Journal, VOL. 32 NO. 1. Pp 77-92

9. Dr. Obinna M. Opara, Grace O. Onoja & Rhema F. Oguche, (2015). “Deregulation of University Education in Nigeria and the Issue of Access, Diversity and Excellence”, Journal Of Resourcefulness And Distinction (JORESDIS), VOL. 10 NO.1. Pp 121-146

10. Dr. Obinna M. Opara, Grace O. Onoja & Rhema F. Oguche, (2015). “ Item Banking and Test Administration: Examining Effectiveness in the UTME  and NABTEB”,  ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP JOURNAL, VOL. 10 NO.1, Pp 147-159