1Gertrude A. Archibong (PhD)gerkyarch@yahoo.comA close look at the issue of professional competence in guidance and counselling practice
2.Nsa, S. O. (PhD)savouronsal@yahoo.comBenchmarks in vocational education for sustainable national development the agricultural education programmes experience
3.Dr. Jumin Nguumalnguumajimin@yahoo.comComparative effect of teaching styles on senor secondary school students achievement in geometry in Hadejia education zone, jigawa state
4Dr. Dogo John Daniel Effect of two modes of lesson study on male and female senior secondary school student’s achievement in Algebra in kafanchan education zone of kaduna State, Nigeria
6Dr. Abubakar Digodabubokar@noun.edu.ngEffect of inquiry-based instruction on students’ achievement and retention in biology in Itadeia education zone, Jigawa state
7Dr. Onwuchekwa Grace UzaruIhekoronyejoy@gmail.comQuality assurance and instructional supervision in secondary schools for sustainable development in Abia State
8.Etokeren, Marcus S.murcrose@yahoo.comBenchmarks in vocational education for sustainable National development department of education, Afaha Nsit
9Abidiak A. Nduonowi PhD Technical education and entrepreneurship for employment wealth creation in Nigeria
10Ewuru, Agnes Awoli Innovative instructional strategies and self-reliance among business education graduates for sustainable development in Akwa Ibom State
11Dr. Sabbath Etim Udofia Science education benchmarks for sustainable national development in Akwa Ibom state university
12Asungu, Godwin Christopher  
  13Dr. Emmanuel Bassey Joseph Best practices in TVET for sustainable national development in Nigeria
14Patience A. Epelle Records management benchmarks and sustainable development in tertiary institutions in south-south zone of Nigeria
15Dr. A. A. Offiong Agricultural education and vocational snail production; towards meeting protein consumption benchmark for sustainable national development
16Dr. Iniobong F. Akpan Reform and quality science education in Nigeria. The needed benchmark for sustainable national development
17Ndifon, Joseph Ndem Functional vocational technical education: a compelling necessity for sustainable national development
18Mrs. Idongesit V. Ufofia Administrative office skills and management of registry in tertiary institutions in Akwa Ibom state
19Robert Alexis M. Entrepreneurial competencies required by technical college students for successful entering into fabrication and welding enterprise for sustainable development in Akwa Ibom state
20Ntegwung, George Johnson Competency based valuation: a tool for evaluating students performance in vocational technical education for sustainable national development
21Obed, O. O Impact of entrepreneurship skill acquisition among youth for wealth creation and sustainable national development in technical colleges in cross river state
22Obed O. O Effect of inquirybased teaching technique on students performance in refrigerator for sustainable development in technology colleges in Cross River
23Mr. Abasienie Sampson Bassey Teachers perception of innovative instructional facilities in teaching of business studies in junior secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State
24Okworo, Gibson SamuelGibsonokworo62@yahoo.comTechnology teachers’ competency and utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) for effective instructional delivery in technical colleges in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
25Godwin B. Afebende (PhD) From bibliographic instructions to information literacy studies as a panacea for creativity and innovation for educational reforms in Nigeria
26Dr. Egbunefri, ChibuikeJawastina74@yahoo.comUtilization of point of sales (POS) machines for payment as an entrepreneurial innovation for small scale business operators in Rivers State
27Ukpabio, Godfrey Enefiokgodfreyukpabio@yahoo.com 
28Abubakar umaraumar198498@gmial.com 
29Surajo magajiAhmadsuraji12345@gmail.com 
30Nasir M. Alinasbakta@gmail.com 
31Kabiru Tsolokabirutsohognga@gmail.comCritical graduation of the impact of m-learning adoption on pedagogies: a case study of Ahmadu Bello University MBA distance learning
32Abdullahi Aliyudabuiabdullahialiya@mail.com 
33Amina Muhamnad Sani  
34Khadijat YaqoubKhadyatyaquob75@gmail.comEffects of collaborative and individualized instructional strategies on students performance in Islamic studies in senior secondary school in Katisina metropolis
35Dr. Musa Idris Harbau  
36Surayo Mayaji  
37Abdulrasheed Salman  
38Mustapha Sada  
39Gide, Umar Saleh  
40Dr. Bolapeju Agboola/Ifeoma Unyime Ukoette Creativity and innovation in Nigeria university education and utilization in administration
41Haruna Abubaka  
42Ukpong, Johnson SundayUkpongette2006@yahoo.comNigerian educational research and development council (NERA), SHEA, GURKI
43Fidela.Enoidem Udoh (PhD)  
44Anthony A. Offiong (PhD)  
45.Oto-obong Ukpabio Etefia  
46.Dr.Ukpanukpong, Richard A  
47Princewill I. Eqwuasi (PhD)  
48Isaac Udo AlexandaaIsaac.alexander@yahoo.com 
49Mrs. Mary Nelson Okorie  
50Offem, Odum OtuOffemodrini22@gmail.com 
51Mandu M. Effiong  
52Sani Aliyu AbubakarAliyusani98@gmail.com 
53.Muhammed YazeadYazeadmuhammed3@gmail.com 
54.Refiat R. AedoeunRofiatadedokun24@gmail.comEffect of internal banking on customer satisfaction
55Ali Ibrahimadasuki@nwu.edu.ng 
56Okejim O.J. Mobile skills acquisition scaling-up as a means of reducing graduate unemployment in FCET Omoku
57.Cordelia Egwe The efficacy of entrepreneurial competencies on business performance of bakeries in Rivers State
57Out, Ebeten Bassey  
58Yabrifa, Bumien V. Scaling-up educational intervention in TVET for sustainable National Development
59Koffi Ekaette Ime  
60.Emmanuel, E  
61Paul Asuquo Etifit   Scaling-up educational intervention in TVET for sustainable national development
62Teighayu T. Brown Scaling-up entrepreneurship innovation competences among students in tertiary institution in north west region for sustainable national development
63Aliyu Garba  
64Kabir Abubakour Muhammaol Early childhood and special education department in university of Uyo
65Musa Muhammad Ibrahim Influence of parental involvement and school infrastructure in educational intervention and academic performance of Girl-child in public senior secondary school in Giwa Education Zone Kaduna State
66Bala Bawa Goma   Scaling-up education innovation and the challenges for teaching Nigerian languages
67Job, Imaobong Effiong Scaling-up of agriculture for sustainable national development
68Imefon I. Udoh Scaling-up IFRS accounting
69Etuki, Godwin Echeng Administrative utilization of modern technology and sustainability in public secondary school in Ikom education zone Cross River State
70  Nse Timothy Ekpo
71Emmanuel Ausquo Edet  
72Udofia, Ekikereobong Offiong  
73Omini, Ettah Ettah Scaling-up educational administration for management of primary education in Nigeria
74Ini Asuquo Utuk  
75Udo Israel Abraham  
76Mr. Otobong J. Archibong Performance of achatina achatina fed growers concentrate mash an forages in the humid tropical environment of Akwa Ibom state implications for agricultural education
77Udofia Enofon Itorobong  
78Dr. maria Sunday ofie Self-regulatory ability as a correlate on children’s creative mindset
79Chinakwe paschal chidi  
80Asuquo John Otoyo  
81Mboutidem John  
82Comfort M. Etokakpan  
83Offong Aniekan Ukpe  
84Ndu, Augustina U. Promoting functional skill acquisition among agricultural education students through increased provision of educational infrastructures for sustainable national development
85Paulinus Happy-day Ukpong  
86Effiong, Michael Ime  
87Ajie-Uche, Godstime  
88Usen, Stella Michael, Mary Benaiah Scaling-up accounting education instructions in higher institution for sustainable national development
89Jude Uche Onucuhanze Scaling-up in sociology and anthropology
90Sa’idu Garba Musa Muhammad Taranim Influence of democratic and transformational leadership style of principal on teachers commitment to work in secondary schools in kaduna state for seal pine-up-educational intervention and development
  91Dr. Tolutope T. Oke Resource utilization and students performance in Jos south L.G.A
92Mary Ayeleso Scaling-up inclusive education for sustainable development in Nigeria
93Dr. John Olakunle Babayemi Revitalizing mentoring in tertiary institutions for effective pre-service science education teachers’ project supervision and acquisition of research in Akwa Ibom State University
94Udo, Israel Abraham Scaling-up assessment techniques in technology education for sustainable national development
95Godwin Rosemary Young  
96James, Kingsley Okon Amoramo, John Davis Optimizing university education for sustainable economic development of educational administration and planning in university of Calabar
97James, k. O. Anashie, A. I (PhD) evaluation of staff personnel management. practical of cross river state university basic education board (Crsubeb): implications for lower basic schools. Department of educational administration and planning, university of calabar.
98Ben Uwem Etim  
99Inwotnda, Grace Emmanuel  
100Dr. Stella M. Nwasu Ijeoma B. Ofem Scaling-up pedagogical and leadership skills interventions of tertiary education for sustainable national development. Institute of education and professional development
101Dr. Henry Ojatina Item response theory: an up-scaling approach to educational measurement in Nigeria
102Onyebueke Juliet Oluebube  
103Bassey E. Effiom   The role of technology in language teaching and learning in senior secondary school in cross river state
104Abdullahi Aliyu (Ph.D)  Isaac.alexander@yahoo.comschool-based assessment as a landscape for remodelling education in Nigeria
105Duruh, Lilian Chinwe (Ph.D)   Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Enhancing Early Childhood Care and Education Program
106Ene I. Ene,  Offemodrini22@gmail.com eneinang988@gmail.com agbooqua@yahoo.cominfluence of parent’s occupation on scholastic success of         social studies students in cross river state, Nigeria.
107Obidike Ifeoma Virginia  infeomaobikie@gmail.com  The need for production and Improvisation skills for providing instructional materials to ensure effective teaching and learning in early Childhood Education in Nigeria.
108Khadijat Murtala Badamas,                 Kubrabadamasi@Gmail.Com Aminayakubu12@Gmail.Com  Awareness of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) To Early Childhood Education Student Teachers
109Dr. Ogechi Roseline Obiozor  Roseoge2017@Gmail.ComIntegration Of Information and Communications Technologies Driven Curriculum In Training Of Adult Education Students In Tertiary Institutions Abia State.
110Victor Ojorka Akor,Victorojorka@Gmail.Com Okonnyumor@Gmail.ComTechnology Driven Curriculum: The Landscape for Remodeling Teacher Education In Nigeria.
111ABBA Hamza,  abbahamza2017@gmail.com sokowochin@gmail.com mohammedmonsurat38@gmail.comlearning management system: a panacea to academic challenges in nigerian higher educational institutions    
112Nduononwi, Abidiak Abidiak, PhDabinduon@gmail.com  effects of undergraduate students’ usage of WhatsApp instant messaging for learning and improved students’ achievement (examination performance) in machining technology.
113Mary Nelson Okorie  nelsonokorie6@gmail.com  Effects Of Economic Recession, Its Implications on The Education Section (A Case Study of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria)
114Maryam Idris Maiyamba  Mimiidris01@gmail.com  Non-Formal Education: It Impact as a Tool for Combating Poverty Among Youths and Adults In Gombe L.G.A Gombe State
115Dr Ebeten Bassey Otu  otuebeten@gmail.com  entrepreneurship education and technical education: a distinctive feature for technological development in tertiary institutions in cross river state
116James Adinoyi Joshua,Adinoyijames4@gmail.com igwebuikedimkpa@gmail.com Urakpoprince@gmail.comCurriculum modeling in technology education for productivity and sustainable development in Nigeria
117Chinyere Catherine Ngwakwe  chinyerenwosu57@gmail.com  Guidance and Counselling Services as a tool for Remodelling Education in Nigerian Secondary Schools  
118Ogundele, Alexander Gbenga,  alexnig2003@yahoo.com  Strategies to Engage Destitute Youths with Skills in aluminum Forging Processes for House-Hold Article in Minna Metropolis: The Need for A Mobile Workshop
119Victor Ojorka Akor,  victorojorka@gmail.com okonnyumor@gmail.com  Technology driven curriculum: the landscape for remodeling teacher education in Nigeria.
120Ngozi M. Eya,  ngozi.eya@unn.edu.ng florence.attah@unn.edu.ng ceciliaodume@gmail.comAssessing chemistry teachers’ knowledge of test construction procedures in chemistry objective test in senior secondary schools in Nsukka local Government, Enugu State  
121Ofodu, Patricia Ngozi (CLN)  ofodupat@gmail.com fideliawhong@mail.com  Relevance of Technologies in Remodeling Education in Nigeria: the case of Open and Distance Learning  
122Akam E. Etokeren, akametokeren01@gmail.com  Remodeling Agricultural Education Program with the Application of Virtual Classroom Instruction: The Case of Akwa Ibom State College of Education  
123Cordelia Oba Egwe (PhD),  egwecordelia@gmail.com ubadinmaebelogu@gmail.com akposino@yahoo.com      The advancement of entrepreneurship education through social media in higher institutions: the teachers’ perspectives
124Cordelia Oba Egwe (PhD),    egwecordelia@gmail.com agburugavivian123@gmail.com  Experiential entrepreneurship education and venture creation intent among business education students in federal college of education (technical), Omoku, Rivers State
125Abba Hamza,  abbahamza2017@gmail.com sokowochin@gmail.com mohammedmonsurat38@gmail.com  Learning management system: a panacea to teaching and learning in Nigerian higher educational institutions  
126  Jessey Daniel Udo                                                          udojessey50@gmail.comTechnology driven curriculum: the landscape for remodeling issues in business education
127Ofodu, Patricia Ngozi (CLN)  (ofodupat@gmail.com) fideliawhong@gmail.com  Relevance of Technologies in Remodeling Education in Nigeria: Open and Distance Learning as a Beneficiary  
128                                                          Rose I. Ayeshung                                                                   ayeshungrose@gmail.comTechnology driven curriculum: the landscape of remodeling issues in science education in Nigeria
129Victor Ojorka Akor  Victorojorka@Gmail.Com Okonnyumor@Gmail.ComTechnology driven curriculum: the landscape for remodeling teacher education in Nigeria.
130Uche Louis John (Ph.D)  uchejohn711@gmail.com  Issues in management of higher education in Nigeria
131Dr. Yahaya Aliyu Saidu  yahaya.aliyu@umyu.edu.ngTechnology Driven Entrepreneurship Education in Tackling Youth unemployment for Sustainable Development in 21st Century Nigeria
132Dr. (Mrs) E. A. Amadi  Jawastina74@yahoo.com    Human Capital Development and Business Education Lecturers’ productivity for Sustainable National Development in Rivers State  
133Abubakar UMAR  aumar198498@gmail.com asmauatiku@hotmail.com  Technology adoption as a supplementary tutoring intervention to improving literacy and numeracy amongst primary school pupils
134Mmanti M. B. Akpan (Ph.D)  drmmantimbakpan@gmail.com   
135Matthew Lamanaconnectgbaa@gmail.com 070390  Teacher’s Competence and Students’ Academic Achievement in Christian Religious Studies in Cross River State, Nigeria.  Face Analysis in Governor Samuel Ortom 2019 Post-election Victory Speech
136Mbelede, Njideka G.  mbeledenjy@yahoo.com  Usefulness of mathematics education to entrepreneurship skills; a catholicon for unemployment in 3rd world countries.
137Abdulrahaman Ibrahimndutsereal0@gmail.com  Effect of Laboratory Instruction on Biology students’ Academic Performance in Senior Secondary Schools in Jigawa State, Nigeria.
138Ekaette, S. O.  ekpejeh@yahoo.comManagement Of School Accountability Process and Secondary School Effectiveness: Implication for Sustainable National Development
139Ogumbe Boniface Ekwok, Ph. D  bonifaceogumbe@gmail.com  Revitalizing Technology Education: A Catalyst for Sustainable National Development in Nigeria
140Angela Victor  angelaanagabor@gmail.com marthaoku@gmail.com Bumien4glads@gmail.com Ubongjimmy70@gmail.comOn-Farm Demonstration: An Approach in Scaling-Up Agricultural Production for Food Security and Sustainable National Development
141Arop, Festus Obun Ph.D,  aropfestusobun@yahoo.com,  owanvalentine@gmail.com, nwaobiaustinnwanze@gmail.comSchool Management Practices, Teachers’ Effectiveness and Sustainability of Students Academic Performance in Secondary Schools of Cross River State, Nigeria.
142Egbunefu, Chibuike (PhD)  Jawastina74@yahoo.com  Information Application Packages Skills Required of Business Education (Secretarial Option) Graduates for Job Performance and sustainable National Development in Rivers State
143James, K. O.kingsleyokon2015@gmail.com or @yahoo.com abangiwang@yahoo.com  Evaluation Of Staff Personnel Management Practices Of Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board (CRSUBEB): Implications For Lower Basic Schools.
144Joseph Udida Udida joeudida@yahoo.com inahroland150@yahoo.com  Technology Education and Supervision of Instructional Delivery of Academic Programme in Calabar Education Zone
145Thompson, Mfon Edet,  Mfonthompson84&gmail.com.  Secondary School Teachers’ Participation in Workshops, Conferences and Seminars: A Panacea to Scaling-up Teacher Education in Akwa Ibom State.
146Myaga Boniface  bonifacemyaga@gmail.com Williams.hundu@gmail.com  Towards a Sustainable Early-Childhood Education in Nigeria: Challenges and The Way Forward
147Ukoha Ngwobia Ukoha  ukohaevang@yahoo.com  The Complexities of Islamic Education in Nigeria
148Solomon Moses  solomonmoses86@gmail.com  Impact of Teachers’ Self-Efficacy on Professional Efficiency Among Public Secondary Schools Teachers in Zaria Metropolis
149Denen D. Ukor, PhD,  dukor@fudutsinma.edu.ng, sambaregina@yahoo.com geliyet08@yahoo.com  The Need for Scaling up the Nigeria-UNESCO Science Kits Programme for Sustainable Science Education in Nigeria
150Ukpong, N. N.  nseukpong05@yahoo.com  Administration of School Discipline and Secondary School Goal Attainment: Implication for Sustainable National Development                                         
151Media1Nwankwo,  michaelnwankwo93@yahoo.com, mujohnson2000@yahoo.com, loisanny@yahoo.com, laetyudo@yahoo.com.Comparative Study of Inhibitory Effects of Extracts of Ocimum Basilicum and Eupathorium Odoratum on the Corrosin of Mild Steel in Tetraoxosulphate (Vi) Acid and Base
152Eniayeye A. Joyce (Mrs) Iyawe O. Grace (Mrs)  jeniayeye@biu.edu.ng  Integrating ICT Tools for Effective Delivery of Curriculum Content in Public Schools in Edo State.
153Bashir Gambo  bgambodtm@gmail.com asabitu@fudutsinma.edu.ng Tukuribrahim20@gmail.com ibrahimlibata@gmail.com    Effect of 5E-Learning Strategy on Secondary School Students Academic Performance in Acid-Base Reaction in Dutsin-MA Metropolis, Katsina State-Nigeria
154Abdul-Wahab IBRAHIM (PhD)  wahabpsychodata2017@gmail.com  Scaling Up Assessment for Learning Implementation in Tertiary Institutions for Sustainable National Development
155Cordelia Egwe (Ph.D),  essycordy@yahoo.com ubadinmaebelogu@gmail.com ibeatrice804@gmail.com  The Efficacy of Entrepreneurial Competencies on Business Performance of Bakeries in Rivers State
156Ukpabio, Godfrey E.godfreyukpabio@yahoo.com   Quality Control Practices of Principals (Public and Private) and Secondary Schools Effectiveness in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State – Nigeria
157Professor Margaret E. Akpomi   kemmergodwin1@gmail. comStaff Development Programmes and Academic Staff Performance in Federal Colleges of Education
158Jude Uche Onwuhanze Ph.D,  ifejudeinterior1979@gmail.com drgraceonwuchekwa@gmail.comScaling up Educational Interventions for Sustainable National Development.
159Nathaniel Nnamdie Usoro  nathusoro@gmail.com  Gender Skills Acquisition and Employment Generation in Metalwork Technology in Technical Colleges in Akwa Ibom State
160Akpanobong, Uyai Emmanuel Ph.D  uyaiakpanobong@gmail.com, evangsamueludoh@gmail.com  Scaling-Up Educational Intervention in Technical Vocational Education and Training (Tvet) For Sustainable National Development
161Dr. Ronke Ogunmakin  tanronng@gmail.com  Violence against Female Teachers in Nigeria: The Need for Policy Adjustment in the Context of Violence Free Education
162Madukwe, Esther Chijoke,    madukweesther94@gmail.com blessme4sure2@gmail.com owanvalentine@gmail.comPrincipals’ Supervisory Techniques for Combating Corruption And The Attainment of Quality School Governance in Public Secondary Schools in Aba Education Zone of Abia State, Nigeria
163Toinpere Mercy Frederick-Jonah, , Assessment of Academic Living Condition of Undergraduates in the Era of Economic Recession in Bayelsa State, Nigeria
164Dr. Victor Ogie igbineweka   voeweka@yahoo.com wilfrediguodala@gmail.com  Level of Quota System Policy Implementation and Access to Federal Universities in Nigeria
165Onuh James Ph.D  Onuhjames433@gmail.com  Remodeling Issues in Entrepreneurship Education in Nigerian Universities for National Development    
166    Dr, Ekeh David Onyemaechirevdavemaria@gmail.com   
167 Eze Beatrice A.,  
168Abdullahi  Aliyu (Ph.D)  abullahi.aliyu@umyu.edu.ng  
169Maryam Idris Maiyambamimiidris01@gmail.com
170Duruh, Lilian Chinwe (Ph.D)duruhlilian@gmail.com  
1711mohammed, Al-Amin,    alameenalfira@gmail.com
172Adedokun-Shittu, Nafisat. A. (Ph.D)  folaola@gmail.com  
173Adegbite Peter Ibrahim, Phdprincepeter22@gmail.com  
174Abba Hamzaabbahamza2017@gmail.com
175Mohammed Habibu Phdsokowochin@gmail.com  
176Mrs. M.F. Mohammed Phdmohammedmonsurat38@gmail.com  
177Nduononwi, Abidiak Abidiak, Phdabinduon@gmail.com  
178Adamu Ahmed Bello  adamu305@gmail.com  
179Alexander Gbenga Ogundele  alexnig2003@yahoo.com
180Ani Mercy Ifunanya, Phdmerciful.ssit@yahoo.com
181Obodo Abigail Chikaodinaka, PhDabigailuju@gmail.com
182Okolo Peter C. 
183Bala, Bashir  bashirbadams@gmail.com
184Dr. S. T. Bamidelebamidelets@gmail.com  
185Oba O. Abdulraheem  obaolayinkaabdulraheem@gmail.com
186Ajiboye Kehindeajiboyekehinde@gmail.com
187Aremu Raufu Adekunklearemuuraufuu@gmail.com
188Ene I. Eneeneinang1988@gmail.com or eneinang988@gmail.com
189Oqua E. Agboagbooqua@yahoo.com
190Khadijat Murtala Badamaskubrabadamasi@gmail.com
191Amina Yakubuaminayakubu12@gmail.com  
192Mary Nelson Okorienelsonokorie6@gmail.com  
193Matthew Muazu James  matthewmuazuj@gmail.com  
194Obidike Ifeoma Virginia  infeomaobikie@gmail.com  
195Dr. Ogechi Roseline Obiozor  roseoge2017@gmail.com  
196Ofodu, Patricia Ngoziofodupat@gmail.com
  197Whong, Fidelia Mbowheingfideliawhong@gmail.com  
198Osang, Anastecia Williamosanganastecia@gmail.com  
199Oqua Eta Agbo  agbooqua@yahoo.com (07069418349)
200Paul Otalu Jonahonezeepaulo@yahoo.com
201Adegbite Peter Ibrahim, Phd  princepeter22@gmail.com  
2021peter, Eno-Obong Okon  enopeter4u@gmail.com
203Pever Simeon Terhemen  peversimeon38@gmail.com  
204Raji Kayode Mufutau  khalifahsanni1994@gmail.com  
205Ogundele, Micheal Olarewaju (Ph.D)  michogun63@gmail.com  
206Mary.O. Anyebe (Ph.D.)maryangyebem@gmail.com
207Chinyere Catherine Ngwakwe :  chinyerenwosu57@gmail.com
208S. H. Hussaini2husainsaddeeq@gmail.com
209M. Magaji1,maryammagaji72@gmail.com  
210S. A. Hamza3salamatuhamza5@gmail.com

212Taiye Abayomi  Abayomitaiye2016@Gmail.Com  
213Victor Ojorka Akor,Victorojorka@Gmail.Com  
214Umor Augustine Okonny, Ph.D  Okonnyumor@Gmail.Com
215Onajite Akpoveta 
216Ogundele, Michael Olarewaju (Ph.D)  Michogran63@Gmail.Com  
217Aniekan Elijah Asukwo1,  Aaelija@Mautech.Edu.Ng
218  Suleiman  DurodolaDurodolasuleiman@Gmail.Com.
219Abdulraheem Jimoh AlaoJim.Jamar62@Gmail.Com.
220Aremu Adekunle Abdulrauf 
221Yakubu John Tsado    Yakubujohntsado@Gmail.Com
222Mohammed Sani  Msanilade@Gmail.Com
223Uche Louis  Uchejohn711@Gmail.Com  
224Jessey Daniel Udo  Udojessey50@Gmail.Com
225Onyebuchi, Destiny Jachike    Fdestiny22@Gmail.Com
226Abba HamzaAbbahamza2017@Gmail.Com
227Mohammed Habibu Phd  Sokowochin@Gmail.Com
228Mrs. M.F. Mohammed PhdMohammedmonsurat38@Gmail.Com
229Maryam Idris MaiyambaMimiidris01@Gmail.Com
2301mohammed, Al-Amin,Alameenalfira@Gmail.Com
231Adedokun-Shittu, Nafisat. A. (Ph.D)Folaola@Gmail.Com
232Alexander Gbenga Ogundelealexnig2003@yahoo.com
233Benjamin Caleb Moda  calebmoda@gmail.com  
234Pever Simeon Terhemen  peversimeon38@gmail.com  
235Suleiman  Durodola Abdulganiyudurodolasuleiman@gmail.com.
236Abdulraheem Jimoh Alaojim.jamar62@gmail.com.
237(3)Aremu Adekunle Abdulrauf 
238Clifford Otu Obicliffordobi.co@gmail.com  
239Danga, Luka Amos  lukadanga250@gmail.com
240Dr. Ekeh, David Onyemaechi  revdavemaria@gmail.com
241Eze, Beatric Aeakabeatrice@gmail.com,,
242Dr. Elom, Chinyere O.  chinyere.elom@funai.edu,ng  
243Onuh  James  Ph.D  onuhjames433@gmail.com  
244Kamaludeen Samaila  elkamaljega@gmail.com
245Sufiyanu Dauda  sufiyanudauda08@gamil.com  
246Mustapha Abdulhamid  abdulhamidmustapha2011@gmail.com
247Abubakar Yahaya.  yahayaabubakar25@gmail.com  
248Bello, Abdulmuminibelloabdulmin2@gmail.com
249Yakubu John Tsado  yakubujohntsado@gmail.com
250Mohammed Sanimsanilade@gmail.com
251Anthony Okpako Okogbe 
252Adebisi, Thomas Ajibade  adetom247@yahoo.co.uk thomasadebisi7@gmail.com
253Rose I. Ayeshung  ayeshungrose@gmail.com
254Cordelia Oba Egwe (Phd)  egwecordelia@gmail.com  
255Akpokabowei Oweisana (Phd)  akposino@yahoo.com  
256Ebelogu Ubadinma Kaize  ubadinmaebelogu@gmail.com  
257Vivian Agburuga  e-mail:agburugavivian123@gmail.com  
258Harisu Abdullahi  harisu.abdullahi90@yahoo.com  
259Jessey Daniel Udo  udojessey50@gmail.com
2601jolaosho, Ramon Adisa  1ramon.jolaosho.pg88158@unn.edu.ng
2612dajan, Henry Jamesdajanhenry@gmail.com
2lman Saka Isholaisholasaka97@gmail.com
263Uche Louis John  uchejohn711@gmail.com
2641liman, Mohammed Yusuf  limanyusuf1@gmail.com
2652gana, Nnawo Nathernielgananathernielnnawo@gmail.com
2663philip, Yamma Joseph  yayajoe@gmail.com  
267Duruh, Lilian Chinwe (Ph.Dduruhlilian@gmail.com  
268Abdullahi  Aliyu (Ph.D)  08036922974; 08021072234  
269Esenohor Theresa Ese 
270Orogun E. Simeon 
271Evaristus Akomaye Aniah 
272Akomaye Sylvester 
273Ntui, Mbuk Abung 
274John Thompson Okpa 
275Lilian Otu Ubi 
276Dr Elom Chinyere O 
277Dr. Wilfred iguodala 
278Paul Fornchor 
279Nateinyin Joy Akporehwe 
280Owan, Valentine Joseph 
281Nwannunu, Blessing Iheoma 
282Udoh, Samuel Okon   
283Grace, U. Onwuchekwa Ph.D   
284Kemmer, Mark Godwin   
285Mbon, U. F.   
286Beatrice Iweribo   
287Ubadinma Ebelogu 
288Ibrahim Alhasan Libata 
289Tukur Ibrahim 
290Abdulmalik Sabitu 
291Iyawe O. Grace (Mrs) 
292Ugwu Laticia Udodiri 
293Okafor Lois Ugomma 
294Mbaji, Udonna Johnson 
295Michael Odili 
296Elizabeth Y. Gyuse, PhD   
297Regina M. O. Samba, PhD   
298Hundu Terseer Williams   
299Ekpoafia, Constance 
300Inah Roland Afen 
301Anashie, A. I. (Ph.D) 
302Ubani, Chinyere   
303Nwaobi, Austin Nwanze   
304Owan, Valentine Joseph 
305Ubong Jimmy   
306Bumien Victor Yabrifa 
307Dr. Astin OL Osluomu 
308Amina Yakubu 
309Umor Augustine Okonny, Ph.D 
310Mohammed Habibu PhD,   
311Mrs. M.F. Mohammed PhD   
312Igwebuike Dimkpa Edward 
313Urakpo Prince 
314Udoma N.   
315Umar, Ibrahim Yakubu   
316Umor Augustine Okonny, PhD   
317Attah Florence O.   
318Odume, Cecilia, O.   
319Whong,Fidelia Mbowheing   
320J. Betiang, Ekpeno 
321A. Ekong 
322Obong, J. Akpan   
323Ebelogu Ubadinma Kaize 
324Akpokabowei Oweisana (PhD)   
325Vivian Agburuga 
326Mohammed Habibu PhD 
327Mrs. M.F. Mohammed PhD   
328Egbunefu, Chibuike PhD   
329Isong, Blessing Ukongette (Ph.D) 
331Gbaaikyo, Maryam Mwuese 
332Musa, James Akogwu Abah   
333Martha .O. Oku 
334Evans, Glory Udoh 
335Ekpenyong, J. E.   
336ONWUNYILI, Fidelis ChineduFederal College of Education, Okene, Kogi State, Nigeriaonwunyilifidelischinedu@gmail.com