Baze University


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  • Qualifications: B.Sc, M.Sc., LLB, BL, Ph.D.
  • Role Title: Lecturer I
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  • Department: Management And Social Sciences
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Chris holds a B.Sc. (First Class Honours), 1983, M.Sc. Sociology 1985, and LLB (Honours) Law, 1990, from the University of Lagos, Nigeria and BL. (Nigerian Law School), 1992. Chris obtained a Ph.D. (Sociology of Development) also from the University of Lagos. He has had several post qualification training in executive management, strategy, business development, and change management.  Chris has over 25 years proven senior executive leadership experience during which he managed sizeable institutions in the public and private sectors in Nigeria and South Africa. His most recent role was as pioneer DG/CEO, at the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), where he was responsible for the start-up of the NIMC, the deployment of a multi-billion-naira service oriented IT infrastructure and corporate takeover/winding up of a government agency. His previous roles included Permanent Secretary/CEO at the African Business Round Table (ABR), South Africa, Executive Secretary/COO, at the Nigerian Economic Summit Group Ltd/Gte, Chief Economic Strategist/Group Head, Research, Market Intelligence & Franchise Enhancement Group at Zenith Bank Plc, Nigeria. Chris currently teaches Sociology at the Baze University, Abuja, Nigeria.  

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Module Code Module Description Credit Unit
SOC201 History of Social Thought 3
SOC203 Statistics for Social Sciences 3
SOC205 Social Change 3
SOC214 Statistics for Social Sciences II 2
SOC302 Statistics for Social Research 3
SOC308 Sociological Theories 3
SOC312 Sociology of Law 3
SOC316 Sociology of Economic Life 2
SOC401 Contemporary Sociology Theories 3
SOC402 Contemporary Afrocentric Theory 3
SOC403 Demography 3
SOC407 Sociology of Development 3

Onyemenam, C. E. (2019). Social Capital and Household Welfare Among Anioma People in Delta State, Nigeria. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 6(3) 159-182.