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Doctorate Graduates


Doctor of the University
Doctor of Letters
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies
Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Studies

Doctor of Christian Counselling
Doctor of Management
DBA in Financial Management
Doctor of Business Administration
DOCTOR OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Doctor of Law
Doctor of Education

Doctor of SCIENCE
Doctor of Theology
Doctor of HUMANITIES

Doctor of Management

Doctor of the University

The Doctor of the University is one of only a few honorary doctorate degrees St Clements University issues and a maximum of three can be issued per calendar year

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2016 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr David Benjamin has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the development of Manufacturing Management. Evidence of this contribution has been his role as President of the Institute of Manufacturing UK, development of an Executive Diploma in Manufacturing Management and a range of Certificate of Professional Competence programs. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Manufacturing.

Dr Jewel C. Howard-Taylor has been awarded a Doctor of the University for her Contribution to the development of Women in Leadership in Liberia. Evidence of this contribution has been her role as a Senator representing Bong County, being elected a Senior Senator and re-elected in 2014. She was President of the Agriculture Cooperative Bank in 1996 and again appointed in 1997 as Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Liberia. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Leadership.


2015 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Mohamed Yahya Sillah has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the development of Political Journalism. Evidence of this contribution has been his work in managing African World News Magazine. Mohamed worked as Senior Reporter for the Liberian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in 1976 and left Liberia to live in the United States in 1985 where he created and managed Third World News. He is the Executive Director for Africa, World Conference of Mayors - United Nations of Cities and the President and CEO of the African Leadership Achievement Award Organisation, Inc. In 1996 he was a Presidential Candidate for the National Alliance Democratic Party. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Political Journalism.

Dr Christian George Brand has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the development of Christian Leadership. Evidence of this contribution has been his work with Râdâh Academy where he specialised in Ministry in the Market Place. His support for the Ministry has been vital to Râdâh Academy’s success over the past 20 years. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Christian Leadership.

2014 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Ngajudin Nugroho has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to tertiary education in Indonesia. Evidence of this contribution has been his work as Director of Perguruan Tinggi Cendana, over the past 12 years, developing degree programs for students. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Private Law.

Dr Chan Rainsey has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the development of Private Law in Cambodia. Evidence of this contribution has been his work as Justice of the Supreme Court of Cambodia. In this role he has saved many people from injustice and has been a key player in finding justice for Cambodian people In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Private Law.

Dr Said Khamis Juma has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the development of Management Education in Pemba. Evidence of this contribution has been his work with Zanzibar University Pemba Campus and Zanzibar College of Business and Education as a lecturer. He is also the founder and Executive Secretary of the Pemba Educational Development Organisation. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Management Education.

2013 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr H.E. Meach Sam On has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the development of Justice and Law in Cambodia. Evidence of this contribution has been his work as Secretary of State of Ministry of Justice. In this role he has saved many people from injustice and has been a key player in finding justice for Cambodian people. He has shown consciousness and leadership in his position. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Law.

Dr Eric Chu Yuen Yui has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to Applied Business Management in Hong Kong. Evidence of this contribution has been his work as a Manager in the Hong Kong Petroleum Distribution, Telecommunications, Banking and Advertising industries. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Business Administration.

Dr Chu Wai Yin, Elinor has been awarded a Doctor of the University for her Contribution to Applied Business Communications in Hong Kong. Evidence of this contribution has been her work as a Public & Liaison Manager at the Hong Kong Family Welfare Society, Senior Advertising & Project Manager at V Milk Limited, Promotion & Communications Manager at Stewards Limited, Director Fundraising & Corp Development at CBN Hong Kong Limited and Operations Manager at Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Business Communications.


2012 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Jamal Mohamed Barrow has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his contribution to Higher Education in Somalia. Evidence of this contribution has been his work in the development of St Clements University - Somalia over the past 5 years and Managing Director of the Center for Training and Consultancy (CTC). In recognition of this development and management the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree of Doctor of the University in Education.

Dr Djama Egueh Elmi has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to English Language Learning in Djibouti. Evidence of this contribution has been his work in the development of Learner Centred Instruction for English Language students in Dijbouti. Over the past 10 years he has been one of Djibouti’s leading writers of developing English language teaching curriculum for post-secondary studies.

Dr H.E. Dina Suth has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his contribution to development of International Relations. Evidence of this contribution has been his work as Under Secretary of State of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. In this role he has worked on developing Cambodia’s relations with ASEAN. He has also worked on developing Cambodia’s relations with Europe and North Asia & Pacific Nations.

2011 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr H.E. Noun Samphea
has been awarded a Doctor of University for his contribution to the development of public administration in Kingdom of Cambodia. Evidence of this contribution has been his career in both the public and private sector of the Kingdom of Cambodia working in education, development projects, petroleum retailing to being Director General and having Under Secretary of State status in the Public Service.

Dr Raj Gopal K. Nair has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his contribution to the leadership in the Engineering Education Industry in India. Evidence of this contribution has been his role of Managing Trustee for life and CEO of Madras School of Engineering Education and Research Foundation. In this role he was founder of the ‘Madras School of Engineering’ and the ‘School of Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development’.

Dr Henry Wayne Pace has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his contribution to the development of Business Administration Entrepreneurship. He is the founder of “P.F.M. R. Inc”. a nationally registered Investment Advisory company, Post-Mail Centers of America which evolved into the Mail Box etc. group. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree Doctor of the University in Business Administration.

2010 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr H.E. Nhek Bun Chhay has been awarded a Doctor of University for his contribution to the development of Conflict Resolution in Cambodia. He is currently (18th February 2010) the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia and was the military commander of the Cambodian Royalist Forces during the civil war. Evidence of this contribution was his efforts as Co-Minister of the Ministry of National Defense of the Kingdom of Cambodia when he helped with national reconciliation, stability, peace and socio-economic development in Cambodia. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Conflict Resolution.

Dr Abdulridha Z. Lafta Al-Atwani has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his contributed to Development Studies in Iraq. Evidence of this contribution has been in his resource papers ‘Economical Planning, Upgrading Requirements for Sustaining Development’, ‘Education & Human Rights’, ‘Social Dialogue & Work Relations’ and ‘Educational Media and Human Rights’. In recognition of these resource studies the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Development Studies.

Dr Haidar A. Hussein
has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his contributed to Economic Policy Development in Iraq. Evidence of this contribution has been in his publications ‘Management of Financial Transactions and Banking in Islamic Banks’, ‘Promote Human Resources and Their Impact on the Production Process’, ‘Project Management for the Electricity Sector’, ‘Small and Medium Enterprises and Its Role in the Development Process’ and ‘Evaluation Mechanisms for the Management of Investment Projects’. In recognition of these publications the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Economic Policy Development.

2009 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Edward Moon Tong Tsui has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his leadership in the Credit Management Industry in Hong Kong. Evidence of this contribution has been his role as Managing Director of Dun & Bradstreet for the North Asia area and Director of China Credit Management Association. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Credit Management.

2008 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Salum Abdulla Amour has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the development of professional vocational education in Zanzibar. Evidence of this contribution is his work in developing post secondary professional vocational programs in the fields of Accounting, Business Administration and Law. Working with the Cyprus Institute of Marketing, Commercial Institute (UK) and St Clements University he has widened the professional vocational education opportunities for Zanzibar residents. Salum Abdulla Amour is the founder of the Zanzibar Commercial Institute which has been responsible for giving post secondary education to over 1200 Zanzibar residents. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Professional Vocational Education.

Dr Russell W. Reid has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Contribution to the understanding of Transgender from a medical perspective. Evidence of this contribution is from his papers "Simplifying Transgender Labels from a Medical Perspective", "Problems and Pitfalls for Patients and Doctor in Transsexual Treatment" and "The Slippery Slope from Transvestism to Transsexualism." In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Medical Science.

2007 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Sikander Ahmed has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his contribution to the Development of Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is his work experiences as Department of Health Consultant to Expert Patients Programme for Chronic Illness for UK Ethnic Minority Patients and NHS South and Heart of Birmingham Expert Patient Tutor. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Psychology.

Dr Helen Steivel has been awarded a Doctor of the University for her contribution to the Development of worldwide Business Education. Evidence of this contribution is her work as President of Trinity International University and her activities through this to develop syllabuses for Master of Science in Quality Assurance, MBA in Accountancy, MBA in Aviation Management and MBA in Business Administration. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Business Management Education.

2006 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Tiradetch Petkul has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Work in developing Business Education in the Kingdom of Thailand. Evidence of this contribution is his work experiences as Head of Marketing at the Siam University and his active participation in promoting professional business organisations in Thailand and through out the ASEAN region. His Deputy Presidency of the ASEAN Jaycees Senate Association is a further demonstration of his participation. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Business Education.

Dr Ardy Sarge has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Development of Tourism & Management in The Gambia. Evidence of this contribution is his work in developing tourism and managing tourist organisations in The Gambia. His appointment as Chairperson of the Board of Director of The Gambia Tourism Association, six (6) year tenure of The Gambia Hotel Association and his role as Chief Executive Officer of Sarge's Investments a leading investor in The Gambia hotel group demonstrates this contribution. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Tourism & Management.

2005 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Abie Paula Kamara has been awarded the Doctor of the University for her role in the development of Education Administration in Sierra Leone. Evidence of this contribution is her role as manager of the St Clements University Campus Learning Centre – Freetown and the Institute of Advanced Management & Technology - Freetown, Sierra Leone. Dr Abie Paula Kamara has been instrumental in developing these leading private tertiary education organizations in Sierra Leone. In recognition of these achievements and leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Education Administration.

Dr Shaher H. Al-Soqour has been awarded the Doctor of the University for his role in marketing distance learning Arabic language programs in Jordan and latter pioneering distance learning in Iraq. Evidence of this contribution is in the number of students he introduced to distance learning in Jordan and establishing distance learning in Iraq.

Dr Narayanam Narasimha Murthy has been awarded the Doctor of the University for his role in the development of the International Benevolent Research Forum into a world recognised professional body working for world peace and good will. This has been recognised by his appointment as visiting professor and faculty of twelve universities in India and six universities abroad in Quality Management, Environmental Management, Human Resource Management, Total Quality Management, Communication, Journalism etc.

2004 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Victor Kassim Isa Oyofo has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his work in the development of exploration science in Nigeria. Evidence of this contribution as a Geologist and Geoscientist is demonstrated by his distinguished Fellowship of the Nigerian and Geosciences Society (FNMGS) and Fellow membership of the Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (FNAPE). He has also been a leading public figure having been elected to the Nigerian National Federal Senate and is a leading business executive. In recognition of these scientific achievements and leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Science.

Dr Kenneth David Kaunda has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Work in the development of Education, Science and Technology in Zambia. Evidence of this contribution is as a First President of Zambia he developed the foundations for modern Zambian education, science and technology. Since his retirement as President he is continued to sponsor and encourage the development of education, science and technology in Zambia. In recognition of these educational achievements and leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Education, Science and Technology.

Dr Ahmadu Abubakar has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his work in the development of Public Sector Management in Nigeria. Evidence of this contribution is in his role as Administrator of the National Population Commission (1980 - 1986), role as Federal Minister of Finance (1992-1993), Presidential Adviser (1993) and Chair of Federal Government Agencies (1990 - 2003). Dr Ahmadu Abubakar has contributed in a multitude of public sector management positions. In recognition of these achievements and leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Public Sector Management.

2003 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Blacks Penjani Chondoka has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his Work in the development of higher education in Zambia.This evidence of his knowledge sharing to others is through his teaching at higher institutions such as the Copperbelt University, Examiner for The Zambia Institute of Certified Accountants, Examiner and Team Leader for The Examination Council of the Zambia School Certificate. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Information Technology.

Dr Phyllis Vannuffel has been awarded a Doctor of the University for her work in the development of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. This evidence of her contribution has been as an examiner for TESOL candidates at Cambridge University, a moderator for TESOL courses at Trinity College London and having taught English in Sweden, Spain, Germany, Morocco, France, Italy and Greece. She wrote the Crackerjack-Nelson Course book and Teacher book and Activity book. Dr Phyllis Vannuffel has written numerous articles for professional journals. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Lanagues.

Dr Ridgeway Liwena was awarded Doctor of the University on the 31st December 2003, for his service to the Media. Dr Liwena has been Editor of the Sunday Times, Managing Director of the Lusaka Newspaper and the Executive Assistnt to the Managing Director of the Times Newspapers Limited. The Executive Director of Kenneth Kaunda Children of Africa Foundation. He was a founding member and Chaiman of the Society of Senior Zambian Jounalists and was the first president of the Press Association of Zambia { PAZA}. Founding member of Media Ethics and Complaint Council and Media Trust Fund as well as a member of several professional bodies.

2002 Doctor of the University Graduates

Professor Dr Edmund Huggins Chewe been awarded a Doctor of the University for his development of business management education in Zambia. He holds a Fellowship Teaching Diploma of the Society of Commercial Teachers (UK) and Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Education. He was formerly a member of the National Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training. Professor Chewe is known to have founded Post Secondary Education in Zambia in 1967, 3 years after Independence he established a group of comprehensive business schools, which combined general education with acquisition of professional skills. These institutions were the Institute of Secretarial and Commercial Studies , Academy of Business Studies and Accountancy, Academy High School, Midlands High Schools and St. Christopher Secondary School.

Dr Mogan Karuppiah has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his work in Management and Strategic Information Technology. Dr Mogan Karuppiah is the Chairman and Founder of the Transfakta Group of Companies in Malaysia. He has 15 years of experience working for multinational companies in the areas of business process innovation and Strategic information technology. Dr Mogan Karuppiah received his early education from Tengku Abdul Rahman College and obtained his full professional graduate degree from the Royal Chartered British Computer Society (UK). He has his master degree in Strategic Information Technology from the University of Keele (UK).

Brig-General Dr Samuel Laiye Teidi has been awarded a Doctor of the University for his work in Science of Management in Nigeria He trained at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, United Kingdom and the Military College of Science at Shrivenham, United Kingdom. He served as an Officer in both the British and Nigerian Armies and is currently Chairman of OAN Limited a large shipping company. Other positions included non executive director of Bureau Veritas Nigeria Limited and non executive chairman of Lotalan-Lotatronics Ltd. In the army his specialized area was Applied Science and Atmospheric Physics. In recognition to his services to business and the military he was awarded the Doctor of the University in Science.

2001 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Olu Adeleye has been awarded a Doctor of the University from St Clements University for his work in business leadership. He is the Founder and Managing Director of Daid Nigeria Limited Dr Olu Adeleye is an active member of the Institute of Directors - Nigeria, American Chamber of Commerce - Nigeria, British Chamber of Commerce and the WTO Center - Nigeria.

Dr Wong Eng Kong has been awarded a Doctor of the University from St Clements University for his work as a Business Educationalist in East Malaysia.His Doctor of the University was granted in the field of Commercial & Industrial Management.A course co ordinator for St Clements University and the Irish International University. Dr Wong Eng Kong is an active member of the Institute of Professional Financial Managers (UK), Institute of Management Specialists (UK), Institute of Engineers & Technicians (UK), Institute of Commercial Management (UK), Malaysian Institute of Management, Institute of Public Relations (Malaysia) Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management, Institute of Transport Administration (UK), Institute of Road Transport Engineer (UK), Institute of Automotive Mechanical Engineer (Australia) and the Institute of Internal Auditors (Malaysia).  He is the Founding Deputy President of the St Clements University's Alumni Society.

Dr Samuel Jose Mohamed Maligi II has been awarded a Doctor of the University from St Clements University for his work in Education and Political Development.  It was his work in supporting the progress of government decentralization in Sierra Leone and the uniting the Paramount Chiefs and encouraging them to form a Chiefs Council that Dr Samuel Jose Mohamed Maligi II has been awarded this degree.

2000 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Matthew M. Timbo has been awarded a Doctor of the University from St Clements University for his contribution to Education specializing in computing and management. Dr Matthew M Timbo is currently employed at the Golden Gate University, San Francisco California. He is a certified Professional Consultant (American Consultant Institute), was a recipient of Management Excellence Award of the employee of the year from the California Executives Association, 1996 and the recipient of Director of the year award from the Californian State Government Legislature, 1998. Dr Matthew M Timbo is an active member of the World Affairs Council of California and currently member of the American Academic Management Association. It was his work in developing information technology and management education in the private sector and the registration of the first private computer training institution in Sierra Leone that Dr Matthew M Timbo has been awarded a Doctor of the University degree by St Clements University.

Dr Geoffrey Njogu has been awarded a Doctor of the University from St Clements University for his work in promoting distance education throughout East Africa.He is the Chief Executive Officer of Modern Management Institute a Kenyan based educational consulting firm which operates throughout East Africa.  Dr Geoffrey Njogu has been teaching in the management education field since 1981. It has been his work in promoting distance education throughout East Africa, which has been illustrated by the growth of the use of the Internet in East African tertiary education.

Dr Mohammed Kari has been awarded a Doctor of the University from St Clements University for his contribution to the leadership of his community. It has been his work in supporting the growth of the department of Finance & Insurance Studies at the Ahmadu Bello University, assistance in establishing the West African Insurance College and assistance in establishing the Nigerian Centre for Financial Studies in Jos Nigeria. In recognition of this leadership the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree of Doctor of the University in Business Administration specializing in Insurance.

1999 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Chua Tuan Meng a leading Malaysian business leader has been granted a Doctor of the University for his contribution to the leadership of his community.  He is President of Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Muar, Vice-President Johore Associated Chinese Chambers, President of the Muar Chung Hwa Primary Chinese School, President Persatuan Taekwondo Muar,  President Moral Uplifting Society Muar. And Chairman of Sri Hang Sdn. Berhad, Chairman of Tuanmeng Holdings Sdn. Berhad, Chairman of Sanjai Development Sdn. Berhad, Chairman of Joyaya Development Sdn. Berhad, Chairman of Syarikat Sri Meriah Sdn. Berhad, Chairman of Hockchua Corporation Sdn. Berhad and Chairman Song Lim Groups of Estates.

Dr Michael Botha the President and a founder member of the Design Technology and Management Society and has been given this award in recognition of his work in developing professional education in South Africa. He is an active member of the Association of Community Tutors, Financial Management Institute, S A Institute of Management Scientists, Examination Technique Academy, Association of Professional Managers, S A Institute of Civil Engineers, S A Institution of Architectural Technologists and Association of Building Engineers & the Incorporated Association of Architects & Surveyors.

Dr Phil Russo has been awarded a Doctor of the University from St Clements University for his contributions to the development of the accounting profession in Canada. This contribution has been demonstrated through his leadership of the Guild of Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Accountants as a pro-active director since 1995 and President since 1998.  Dr Russo has been the driving force of the Guild over the last few years and is responsible for forming successful affiliation with other international professional bodies.

1998 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Alfred Bobson Sesay the Director General of Education in Sierra Leone.

Dr Wanda Janina Ostap a scholar of Orthodox religious art. She is also a culture counsellor of the Association International Des Educateurs Pour La Paix Mondiale.

Dr Hamzat Ibrahim is a Chief Executive of the Nigerian Electrical Power Authority.

1997 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Ablbullahi Adamu has been awarded the honorary degree Doctor of the University in Public Administration, specialising in Government Administration. His expertise is demonstrated by his achievements in the Federal Nigerian Works and Housing Ministry, development of the Keffi Native Community, Chairing the BCC Pic and secretary of the Benue Plateau Construction Company. Dr Adbullahi Adamu is the Minister for the State in the Ministry of Works and Housing - Federal Nigerian Government.

Dr Chong Swee Huat has been awarded the honorary degree Doctor of the University in Education, specialising in Malaysian Chinese Education. His contribution is evident in earning the award "Best Teacher" from the Chinese Independant High School Teachers Association, and his work in translating Chinese-English dictionaries. Dr Chong Swee Huat has been the President of the Southern College since 1990.

Dr Abdulrahman Olayinka Ayeni has been awarded the honorary degree Doctor of the University in Engineering, specialising in Education. His contribution is evident in the development of the Mining Engineering Department at the Kaduna Polytechnic, his management of the Itakpe Iron Ore Mining Company and the Nigerian Mining Corporation. Dr Abdulrahman Olayinka Ayeni is the General Manager of the Nigerian Mining Corporation. This company is in charge of all solid minerals in Nigeria except Iron Ore and Coal.

1996 Doctor of the University Graduates

Dr Dauzia Loya Etete is the NDAGBUDUKEME of KOLOKUMA clan in the River State BOLOUMARI OF OSORO and OLSABA of ISABA-EKITI both in Ondo State. In 1996 Dr Etete was the Federal Nigerian Minister for petroleum.

Dr Joseph Wai-Leung Tam one of the few persons to research non-traditional Education in East Asia.

Dr Solomon Iorhom Nyagaba in 1996 was the Managing Director and Chief Executive of the Benue Cement Company Pic the largest cement company in Nigeria and largest independently owned cement company in Africa.

Doctor of Letters

St Clements University's senior award is the Doctor of Letters degree. This degree is awarded for published works. A number of prominent business, political and educational persons have presented their works for this award. The following people have graduated from this program.


2017 Doctor of Letters Graduates

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2017 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Yasar Kuru has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Social Political systems.Evidence of this contribution is his publications “Antidote to Poverty”, “7/24 and Voting Electoral System Recovery Model”, “Religious Project Zero Budget”, “Tax Rate by 1% of the State Administration”, “Free Legal System”, “Alternative Family Medicine Project”, “Marriage and the Marriage Model”, “Creditor Life Model and Alternative Stock Market” and “Social Ethics Order”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Political Science.

Dr Mustafa Hulki Cevizoglu has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Social Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Social Psychology Study and Questioning Techniques”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Social Psychology.

2016 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Zafer Akinci has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Improving Memory and Memory Performance, Cognitive Relief Problems and Effectiveness of Rehabilitation Program Investigation”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Psychology.

Dr Bunsengrithy Ma has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Economics in Cambodia. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “The Future of Micro-Finance and Enterprises in Helping Cambodian Development”, his work as Professor of Business and Economics at the Cambodian University for Specialties and Administration Officer at the Cambodian Council of Ministers. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Economics.

Dr Erdal Firat has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Political Science. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Kurdish Issue Past to Present and Solution Offers”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Political Science.

Dr Fatih Cankir has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Business Entrepreneurship. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Institutionalisation in Family Businesses and a Study on Entrepreneurship”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Business Entrepreneurship.

Dr Roderick O. Ford has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Christian Theology - Law and Religion. Evidence of this contribution is his publications “Jesus Master of Law: A Juridical Science of Christianity and the Law of Equity” and “The Parables of Christ: Commentaries on Jesus of Nazareth’s Interpretations of the Law of Moses”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Christian Theology - Law and Religion.

Dr Yusuf Gungor has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Clinical Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Use of Meta Programmes as an Auxiliary Tool at Therapeutic Approaches for Personality Analysis”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awarde the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Clinical Psychology.

Dr Nazmi Nalbant has contributed to the understanding of Social Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Gezi Park Incident: The Effects of Social and Political Processes - Social Psychological Investigation”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Social Psychology.

2015 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Chan Siu Oi has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her contribution to the understanding of Spiritual Care and Counseling. Evidence of this contribution is her publications “Spiritual Care and Counselling for Child Abuse”, “Spiritual Care and Counselling for the Persecution Person”, “The Prevention of Drug Abuse: Starting from the Care for Children” and “Spiritual Care and Counselling for the Persecution Person to March Toward a Successful Marriage”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Spiritual Care and Counselling.

Dr Susanna Langeveldt has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her contribution to the understanding of Christian Theology. Evidence of this contribution is her publications “The Story of Art & Symbolism” – “Book One - The reality of the Alpha and Omega expounding the statement that Art does not lie: incorporating Mythology and the mind as seen in Art, “Book Two - The Splendour of Colour, Light and Darkness in Art”, “Book Three - Renaissance Art pertaining to the Spiritual and Natural Realm”, “Book Four - The Light and Dark side of Mankind pertaining to illustrative Biblical and Ancient Symbology covertly and overtly” and “Book Five - Pre-Historic and Egyptian Cultures pertaining to the Symbolism in their Art”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Christian Theology.

Dr Serife Yeliz Cetin has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her contribution to the understanding of Clinical Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is her publication “The Relationship of Gender and Marital Status in Cancer Patients between Anxiety, Social Support and Quality of Life”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Clinical Psychology.

2014 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Roy K. Lillyman has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to Education. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Education, Education, Education”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree,Doctor of Letters in Education.

Dr Leandri Black has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her contribution to the understanding of Christian Theology. Evidence of this contribution is her publications “Spiritual Warfare Teaching Manuals: Theology” – “Volume One - Section A: Revelational Knowledge Pertaining to the Creator’s Plan and Purpose of the Enigmatically and Uniquely Created Being Called Mankind - Section B: Mankind Created as a Tripartite Being – Body, Soul and Spirit”, “Volume Two - An Expose of the Satanic Kingdom, Their Plans, Strategies and Methods to Deceive Mankind and to Defile the Image of God in Mankind through Body, Soul and Spirit”, “Volume Three - Section A: Covert and Overt Doorways, Gateways and Portals Vested in Occultism - Section B: Idolatry and Witchcraft in Media and Music, Manipulating and Defiling Mankind’s Mind”, “Volume Four - Section A: World Religions as a Background to the Understanding of the Kingdom of Light And Darkness - Section B: Dismantling the Satanic Kingdom of Cults” and “Volume Five - Section A: Jesus the Epitome of Freedom and Restoration - Section B: Revelation of the Cross and Divine Victory of Placing the Youth of Today in the Hand of God”.. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Christian Theology.

Dr Pieter Willem Malan has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Christian Theology. Evidence of this contribution is his publications “Academic Teaching Manuals: Ministry in Theology” – “Volume One - Critical Interpretation and Demarcation of Spiritual and Physical Places, “Volume Two - Sacraments According to God’s Word”, “Volume Three - Section A: Deception as Seen in Mistranslation and Interpretation Out of God’s Word - Section B: Influences of the Secret Societies, the New Age in the One World Order”, “Volume Four - Section A: The Mysteries of Biblical Scripture - Section B: Secrecy in Pre-Historical Evidence and Covert Influences”, “Volume Five - Section A: The End Time Antichrist as Revealed in Biblical Scripture - Section B: The One World Order’s Influence on Self-Worship and Self-Exaltation” and “Volume Six - Section A: Jesus Christ as Revealed Through Biblical Scripture - Section B: The Prophetical Word as the Thruth of God”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Christian Theology.

Dr Fazil Tuylu has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Sports Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is his publications “Climax Performance with Breathing Exercises in Sports Psychology - Vol. 1 and Vol. 2”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Psychology.

Dr Osman Aldemir has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Clinical Psychology. Evidence of this contribution is his publications publications “Psychology of Religion in Old Age and Aging (Religion Gerontology) - Vol. 1, Vol. 2 and Vol. 3”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Psychology.

Dr Gerrit Joachim Jansen van Veuren has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Christian Systematic Theology. Evidence of this contribution is his publications “Be Responsible”, “Trials, Tests or Temptations?”, “Die Koninkryk van die Hemele”, “Jesus Christus”, “‘n Lewe van Geestelike Oorwinning” , “Heilige Gees”, “Die Openbaring van Jesus Christus aan Johannes” and “Verander My, Here”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Christian Theology (Systematic Theology).

Dr Ronell van der Walt has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her contribution to the understanding of Christian Theology. Evidence of this contribution is her publications “Academic Teaching Manuals” – “Volume One - The Process of Forgiveness as a Key to Everlasting Eternal Life”, “Volume Two - Bitterness, the Master Destructor of Humanity”, “Volume Three - Strongholds and Bondages Pertaining to Unforgiveness, Selfishness and Bondage”, “Volume Four - Fasting to Break Down the Resistance and Human Pride Holding Back the Gift of Forgiveness”, and “Volume Five - Healing and Deliverance Through the Word and the Holy Spirit in the Name of Jesus Christ”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awards the above named the degree, Doctor of Letters in Christian Theology.

2013 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Mehmet Emin Kilic has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Psychology and Islamic Belief. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “The Sense of Spirit in Islam”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Psychology.

Dr Jacomo S. Bangura has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Rural Socio-Economic Development Initiatives post-war Sierra Leone. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Repositioning NGO Operations to Address Rural Socio-Economic Development Initiatives in a Post-Conflict Scenario: A Case of the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Operations in Sierra Leone”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Sociology.

Dr Joaquim Marcos Manjate has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Peace and Military Conflict Negotiations in Mozambique. Evidence of this contribution is his publications “Saber Negociar (Knowing How to Negotiate)” and “Análise Estratégica da Liderança na Guerra em Moçambique (Strategic Leadership Analysis on War in Mozambique)”. In these publications Joaquim Marcos Manjate demonstrates his understanding of Peace and Military Conflict Negotiations in Mozambique. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Peace and Military Conflict Negotiations.

Dr Abdullaziz Saeed Khalifa Swei has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Old Libyan Civilization. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Spots on the Old Libyan Civilization”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in History.

Dr Mustafa Topal has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of the Psychology involved in introducing hearing implants. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “Stress Levels and Coping Strategies of Families Among Cochlear Implanted Persons”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Psychology.

Dr Dilaver Nisanci has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Human Rights in Turkey. Evidence of this contribution is his publication “According to the Decisions of the European Court of Human Rights the Right to a Fair Trial and Turkey”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Human Rights Law.

Dr Omar Abdulkadir Eno has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the development of Social History in Somalia. Evidence of this contribution is his numerous publications “A Tale of Two Minorities: The State of the Gaboye and Bantu Communities of Somalia”, “The Abolition of Slavery and the Aftermath Stigma: The Case of the Bantul Jareer People on the Benadir Coast of Southern Somalia”, “Gosha/Heer-Goleet (People of the Forest): Runaway Slaves in the Juba Valley of Southern Somalia”, “Intellectualism amid Ethnocentrism: Mukthar and the 4.5 Factor”, “Landless Landlords, and Landed Tenants: Plantation Slavery in Southern Somalia (1840-1940)”, “Sifting Through a Sieve: Solutions for Somalia”, “Slavery and Colonialism: The Worst Terrorism on Africa”, “Slavery, Identity, and Ethnicity: An Examination of the Social Contour of the Yoruba in Africa and in the Diaspora”, “Somalia’s City of the Jackals: Politics, Economy, and Society in Mogadishu, 1991-2003”, “The Journey Back to the Ancestral Homeland: The Return of the Somali Bantu (Wazigwa) to Modern Tanzania”, “The Making of a Modern Diaspora; From Kakuma to the Land of Opportunity: The Resettlement Process of the Somali Bantu Refugees in the United States”, “The Somali Bantu: Their History and Culture”, “The Untold Apartheid Imposed on the Bantu/Jareer People in Somalia” and “Whose Values Are Promoted in the African Union's 'Shared Values' Project?". In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Social History.

2012 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Maithrie Hari has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her development of Applied Management. Evidence of this contribution is her numerous publications in Hindu which include: “Mind your manners both in business and social settings”, “New ways to motivate employees”, “Career Choices - Who Should Make Them?”, “Metrics can give right picture on engagement policies”, “Getting the best out of alumni associations”, “Dr Y.S.R. Horticultural University”, “Making top performers work for team growth”, “Use flexible options to take decisions under pressure”, “When Hari met Sally”, “If you are stretching, let work be noticed by boss”, “Use tact to keep dialogue pleasant, stress-free”, “Ways to play leader even without authority”, “Getting team members to trust each other”, “Create a clear ‘line of sight’ between team, organizational objectives”, “HR must gear up to sustain business expansion plans” and “Do all star performers deserve promotions?”. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University awarded her a Doctor of Letters in Applied Management.

Dr Shirley Wu Yan has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her contribution to the development of Interpersonal Relationships. Evidence of this contribution is her publications ‘“How Can Love be Kept Fresh?”, “The Voices from the Hearts of Hong Kong Ladies” and “The Joyful Journeys with Heart”. In recognition of this publication she has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Interpersonal Relationships.

Dr Henry Shiu Tsz Fai has been awarded a Doctor of Letter for his contribution to the development of Contemporary Management. Evidence of this contribution is his publications “Ramble of Management – Be a 3F’s Manager”, “Ramble of Management 2 – Be a Sensible Manager” and “Ramble of Management 3 – Be a No.1 Officer-in-charge”. In recognition of this publication he has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Contemporary Management.

Dr Chiu Suk Yee Rita has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her contribution to the development of Beauty and Health Care Services in Hong Kong. Evidence of this contribution is her publications
‘Seeking for 100% Beauty’, ‘The Best Years of Women’ and ‘40+’. In recognition of this publication she has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Beauty and Health Care Services.

2011 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Jacobus Immanuel Hermanus Jonker has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Satanism in South Africa. Evidence of his contribution is in his authored and co-authored publications ‘Satanism in South Africa’ and ‘Satanisme 'n Realiteit’. In these publications Jacobus Immanuel Hermanus Jonker demonstrates his understanding of Satanism in South Africa.

Dr Samuel Chun Chiu Chan has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the development of Education in Secondary Schools in the field of Business Studies. Evidence of his contribution is his publications: ‘’Business, Accounting and Financial Studies for Secondary Schools (1d, 3a, 3b and 3c)’. In these publications Samuel Chun Chiu Chan develops teaching programs for business, accounting and financial studies in Hong Kong secondary schools.

Dr George Musonda has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the understanding of Social Economics in Zambia. Evidence of this contribution is his publication ‘Political Perils and Socioeconomic Setbacks in Developing Nations’. In this publication George Musonda demonstrates his understanding of Social Economics in Zambia.

2010 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Michael Nicolas Wundah has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his development of political fiction writing in Sierra Leone. Evidence of this contribution is his publications: "Sunset in Sierra Leone" & "Sierra Leone's Corridors of Power". In these publications Michael Nicholas Wundah expresses in fictional format personal background details to the Sierra Leone civil war and the immediate post war period.

2009 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr See Soon Keong has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his development of the understanding Business Education in Malaysia and Singapore. Evidence of this contribution is in his publications: "Business Taxation - Preparing Taxation Computation", "Financial Management - Planning, Control & Performance Evaluation", "Financial Accounting - Drafting Financial Statements"& "Business Finance - Managing Finance". He is the accredited Chief Executive Officer of Omega Institute by the Department of Higher Education Malaysia and the accredited Chief Executive Officer of Omega Commercial School by the Department of Higher Education Singapore.

Dr Emmanuel Lugakingira has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his development of the understanding of Traditional Medicine. Evidence of this contribution is in his publication: "Incorporation of Traditional Medicine into Formal Health System in Tanzania". He was appointed as a representative to the Tanzania Ministry of Health Board of the Institute of Traditional Medicine 1992 to 2000. He has been a Member of Global, Natural, Traditional, Alternative, Complementary, Therapies Caucus Steering Committee since 28.8.1992 to 2002, Task force on formulation of Traditional and Alternative Systems of Healing Tanzania Mainland Policy 1995 to March 2001, Member of TATHEPA - Tanzania Traditional Health Practitioner's Association since July 1995 to date and Honorary Member of CHAUMUTA - Traditional Medicine treatment and Research Association since March 1999 to date. In recognition of this publication he has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Traditional Medicine.

2008 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Lindy Crisolo Morrell has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his media articles. Evidence of this contribution is in the media articles he has published: "Anatomy of past MNLF, government peace talks", "Crux of the Matter 5th RDC closes its tour of duty", "Why Nurses Go Overseas", "Return of the Iron Man", "How to Rate Lawmakers" , "Agricultural Marketing: The GAP in our Educational System" , "Lessons we fail to Learn from each disaster" , " How do you solve radical Islam in the Philippines" , "Is the tide running out for us?" , "Lets rescue our distressed maritime industry" ,"The Cry for good government", "Our civil service recruitment policies are not market - oriented", "Parishes must act as stewards of candidates qualifications and performance" , "To serve and not be served" , "Governments hidden wealth" , "The schools that refuse to die" and "Why the gov't is losing info war to the rebels." In 1976 he was Regional Executive Director assigned to Mindanao were he was responsible for encouraging peace talks with the Muslim Rebels. He then managed the Cebu City Cable TV Station and become a consultant for Cebu City Council on infrastructure concerns. In recognition of these publications he has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Journalism.

Dr Lung Chee Ming George has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the development of the understanding of politics in Hong Kong and Greater China. Evidence of this contribution is in his publication: "The Grace of Knowledge". This publication of articles by Lung Chee Ming George details the political, economic, social, national, security systems and institutions in Hong Kong and Greater China. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Politics.

Dr Lam Pak Yan Ricky has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his contribution to the development of the understanding of personal development. Evidence of this contribution is in his publications: "Tao of Tutoring" , "The Book of Change" , "Money planning in life, money planning for life" and "Laws, norms and sensibilities in money planning". In these publications by Lam Pak Yan Ricky details a number of ways in which people can plan their life to maximise their finance and other resources. In recognition of this work the Academic Council of the University recommends the above named receive the degree, Doctor of Letters in Personal Development.

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2007 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Ian Oliver has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his publication: "War & Peace in the Balkans." He has been awarded this degree for his knowledge on outlining the mechanics of working with combatants in an immediate post conflict environment. He holds a Master of Arts in Post War Recovery Studies from the University of York. From 1979 - 1994 he was in the British Army Parachute Regiment, retiring at the rank of Major and between the years 1995 - 1999 he held senior positions in various monitoring bodies in the former Yugoslavia, working for the European Community Monitor Mission (Bosnia Hercesgovina), the Office of the Higher Representative (Bosnia Hercesgovina), and the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia (Montenegro).Dr Ian Oliver was the Technical Advisor : Conflict Resolution and Chief of Party : Conflict Mediation for the Henry Dunnant Centre as well as a Risk and Crisis Management Consultant for Newmont Gold Inc and Hewlett Packard. It is in recognition of this work he has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Conflict Studies.

Dr Suen Ming Mo, Robert has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his publications: "Money and Investing" and "Fundamental Analysis of Equities." He is the Chief Executive of the PAMA Institute of Professional Studies which incorporates bodies such as Certified Financial Advisers Association International (CFAA International) and the Association of Registered Financial Analysts International (ARFA International). Dr Suen Ming Mo, Robert is a member of Hong Kong Council of Academic Accreditation and corporate consultant to the Hong Kong Management Association. It is in recognition of these publications he has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Investment Theories.

Dr Gustav A Muller has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his publications: "The FM Manager in the Energy Environment", "Occupational Health & Safety Act of 1993", "Integrated Infrastructure Maintenance Management", "Building and Infrastructure Technology" and "GCC Guidelines & Worked Examples." He is the Building Services Engineer for the Torres Atlantico Project - Luanda, Angola. Dr Gustav A Muller previously worked as a Project Engineer and International Consultant in the Republic of South African, United Arab Emirates, Nigerian and Mauritius It is in recognition of these publications he has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Engineering Governance.

Dr Connie Maria Jacomina Brand has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her publications: "Signature Against the Wall : A Potter's Profile", "Spiritual Warfare I: Biblical Outline Pertaining to Spiritual Authority", "Spiritual Warfare Two: The Kingdom Principles of the Bible as Root to Spiritual Warfare", "Spiritual Warfare Three: The Sin War", "Spirtual Warfare Four: Methodology of Spiritual Warfare" , "Spiritual Warfare Five: An Outline on the Warfare Theme of Jesus Ministry" , "Spiritual Warfare Six: Satan in Context" , " Teaching Manual Volume I: Theology (Modules 1 - 10)" , "Teaching Manual Volume II: Theology (Modules 11 - 20)" , "Teaching Manual Volume III : Theology (Modules 21 - 30)" and "Teaching Manual Volume IV : Spiritual Warfare Advanced (Modules 31 - 33)." She is the President and Founder of the Radah Ministries which has Academies throughout the world. In recognition of these publications she has been awarded Doctor of Letters in Creative Ministry Theology.

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2006 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Edna Crabbere has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for her publication:
“Millennium Child 2000 Combo.” Dr Edna Crabbere is a member of the National Nursery Education Board (NNEB) and her publication Millennium Child 2000 Combo has been endorsed by the Society of Nursery Nursing as a major resource reference text book.

Dr Vongsak Swasdipanich has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his publications: “The Rachaburi Province Report July 2005 to June 2006.”, “The Rachaburi Province Action Report on Public Affairs, Crime Rate Reducation through Public Relations and Improving Economic Growth through Training.” and “The Rachaburi Province Four (4) year Future Action Plan”. Dr Vongsak Swasdipanich is the Governor of Rachaburi Province Thailand.

Dr Somsak Usavarekha has been awarded a Doctor of Letters for his publication. “Implementation forEconomic Development – The Market system with 7000 sub-district. administration organisation through out the Kingdom of Thailand”. Dr Somsak Usavarekha is appointed by The Government to The Board of The Market Organisation, Ministry of Interior. He also Heads four (4) other Sub Committees of the same organisation. Chairman - Land Development sub-committee, Chairman - IT Development sub-committee, Chairman - Efficiency Development sub-committee and Chairman - Business Development sub-committee.

Dr Nagar Lai has been award a Doctor of Letters in Supply Chain Management for his publications:-
“Foundation of Electronic Business”, “The Study of Supply Chain, Based on Five Chain in Integration and Electronic Commerce”, “Institute of Supply Chain Management 2005 Survey”, “Modern Inventory Management”, Win Win Formula for Logistics”, “Pearl River Delta Logistic Future” and “Current China Supply Chain Study: Logistics Management 2006 – Volume 3.” Dr Nagar Lai is a Founding member and President of the Hong Kong Institute of Supply Chain Management.

Dr Nosike Agokei has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Financial Management for his published papers:-
“Corporate Legal Executives: Understanding the Corporate Annual Report & Financial Statements”, “The Challenges of the Secretaries & The Board in Tackling Corporate Failures”, “Statutory Duties of the Company Secretary”, “Re-Distributive Effects of Inflation on Income & Wealth”, “An Evaluation of Nigeria’s Foreign Exchange Policies from 1986 to 2001”, “Financial Aspects of Share Registration” and “Effects of Waivers in Contracts.”

Dr Paul Alaowei Toun has been awarded a Doctor of Letters in Defence Economics for his published book:-
“Defence Economics, Military Budgeting and Accounting in a Democratic Nigeria”. Dr Paul Alaowei Toun is the Commander of the Military Command Finance Office - Nigeria.

2005 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Bruce Duncan has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work in social history. Evidence of this contribution is in the publication: "The History of the Athlone YMCA Cape Town - South Africa". This publication identifies the various "People Powers" which have influenced the growth of the YMCA and political history of South Africa.

Dr Bruce Knox has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work in theological education. Evidence of this contribution is in the publication:
"The possible reasons for Growth in New Zealand's Theological Education Sector 1988 - 1999". He is the Academic Director of New Zealand Management Academics Ltd.

Alh.(Dr) Bello Lafiaji has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work in Drug Law Enforcement in Nigeria. Evidence of this contribution is in the publications: "The Drug Quagmire - The Way Out", "A Review of Current Threats to Security", "Intelligence and National Security: An Appraisal of the Role of the State Security Service (SSS)" and "Strategy for the Protection of Nigeria's Oil Resources". Alh.(Dr) Bello Lafiaji is an Officer of the Order of Niger (OON), Fellow of the National War College (fwc), Doctor of Civil Law (Hon. Causa), Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration (FPA), Fellow of the Institute of Internal Auditors of Nigeria, (FIIAN) and Chairman / Chief Executive, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.

Dr Daniel S Ismaila has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work in Drug Law Administration in Nigeria. Evidence of this contribution is in the publications:- "NDLEA: Universal Banking and the Challenges of the Money Laundering Act 2004", "NDLEA: Assistant Superintendents of Narcotics Course 11/ 2005 and Narcotic Agents Course 13 / 2005", "NDLEA: Organization and Role" and "NDLEA: Administrative Information Management".
Dr Daniel S Ismaila has been the Director of Finance and Administration of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency in Nigeria for the past five years. He is a Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) from the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (MNIM) and a member of the Institute of Personnel Management (AIPM). Dr Daniel S Ismaila also has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Master of Business Administration.

Dr Chirayudh Vasuratna has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work in understanding applied economics in Thailand. Evidence of this contribution is in the publication:- "Thai Business and Good Governance System". Dr Chirayudh Vasuratna is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the C.V. Group Co. Ltd. In 1997 he was awarded the Knight Grand Cross (First Class) of the Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand and in 1999 he was awarded Knight Grand Cross (First Class) of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant of Thailand. Dr Vasuratna is a member of The National Economic and Social Advisory Committee and an Advisor to the Department of Lands Development, Ministry of Agriculture.

Dr Oyat Christopher has been granted a Doctor of Letter for his publications: "ACORD Northern Uganda Security Policy Guidelines", "ACORD Education for Prevention of Poverty, Violence and HIV/AIDS (EPPOVHA)" and "ACORD Northern Uganda 2004 Plan".Dr Oyat Christopher is a Human Resource s and Organisation Development Advisor to ACORD.

Dr Kai Moses Kpakiwa has been granted a Doctor of Letters for his publication: "Provincial Administration in Sierra Leone: Issues and Challenges". Dr Kai Moses Kpakiwa is the Senior Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government and Community Development, Freetown, Sierra Leone having had a career in working in local and national government positions.

Dr Enrico Abella San Juan has been granted a Doctor of Letters for his publication: "Marcos Legacy Revisited: Raiders of the Lost Gold". Dr Enrico Abella San Juan is a practising political analyst, journalist and a valued contributor to several newspapers. He has daily radio broadcasts Monday to Friday and is a co-host of the weekly forum Friday Balitaan. Dr Enrico Abella San Juan writes articles for News Asia and the Las Vegas daily Contact.

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2004 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Jonathan Silas Zwingina has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work in Political Science in Nigeria. Evidence of this contribution is in the publications: "Developing grassroots democracy for the third Republic in Nigeria - The Means and Goals", "Beyond Dependency and the World Systems perspectives: The Non - Capitalist path for Africa re - visited", "The Crisis of Education in Nigeria Today", "Moderation or Development", "The new partnership for Africa's development (NEPAD): Issues arising", "Preconditions for successful democratic governance in Nigeria", "The Nigerian masses and 1983 Elections", "Political emancipation of the Nigerian woman from independence to the year 2000", "Philosophy for the third republic", "Intellectuals and 1990" and "North - South relations: The United States - Nigeria Case".

2003 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr May Nzeribe has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The doctorate was awarded in recognition of research into the development of marketing communications in Nigeria. This research is demonstrated in the publications: Co-Author "Marketing in Politics" and papers "Ethics and professionalism in advertising as tools for national integration", "Advertising standards & control: Streamlining regulatory and approval process" and "Selling the politician - Ethical issues and social values". Dr May Nzeribe has been President (AAPN) Association of Advertising Practitioners of Nigeria and Chair Person of the Advertising Standards Panel - Nigeria.

Dr Success S. Fadipe has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The doctorate was awarded in recognition into the development of Advertising in Nigeria. This research is demonstrate in the publication: "Advertising Practices". Dr Success S Fadipe is the Founder and Senior Pastor of The Christ Centre worldwide (the Home of Good Success) and President of the Christ International Bible Institute - Cibi. He owns one of the few national advertising agencies in Nigeria.

Dr Chukwudi Curtis A Odekpe has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition into the development of Business Administration in Nigeria. This research is demonstrated in the publications: "Fundamentals of Marketing" ,"The Behavioural Components of Organization" and "Discipline in Organizations".


Dr David C. Thula has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work into Economic Development in West Africa. This research is demonstrated in the publications and workshop papers: "The search for sustainable peace and democracy in Sierra Leone" ,"A study to assist the government of Sierra Leone achieve improvement in the Revenue Collection" ,"An assessment of the manufacturing sector's contribution to the GDP of Sierra Leone" , "The role of MNCS in the export of manufacturers from LDCS" , The household firm: The role of credit in the theory of the household" , Medical research costs-benefits: A case study of Poliomyelitis" , "Report on the infrastructure rehabilitation upgraded market components impact evaluation" , The effects of OPEC on world trade; balance of payments: Advantages and disadvantages to members and non-members" and "Self-reliance constraints : The case of Nigeria".

Dr Gordana Kranjac-Berisavljevic has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition for his work in Agricultural Science in West Africa. This research is demonstrated in the publications and workshop papers "Rice production and livelihoods in Ghana" ,"Development of rice production in three selected valleys (ie.Kulda Yarong, Sillum and Zuwari) in Northern Region of Ghana" ,"Patterns & Trends in Fields Application Efficiency" , "Engineering challenges in Agriculture in developing countries in the 21st Century" , "Engineering Contributions to Food Security in Developing Countries" , "Rainfall pattern analyses at A.R.S. Kpong (1955-1991) - Agroclimatological study" , "Examen General de la CES au Ghana" , "Innovative methods in Small Scale Irrigation Development in Northern Ghana" , "Rethinking natural resource degradation in sub-Saharan Africa" and "Case study of SWC in Ghana".

2002 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Mallam Suleyman A. Ndanusa has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition of his research into the development of Nigerian Capital Market. This research is demonstrate in his published works: "Investment Opportunities in the Nigerian Capital Market", "Developments in the Nigerian Capital Market in the Last one Year", "Harnessing Unclaimed Dividends for the Benefit of the Investors" , "Tapping the Nigerian Capital Market - Impact on the Shipping Industry" , "Issurance of Securities (Equity and Debt) on International Capital Markets (Prospects and Limitations)" , "Understanding the Operations of the Securities and Exchange Commission", "Universal Banking - Challenges and Prospects for Nigerian Banking Industry" , "Fostering Franco - Nigerian Partnership through Portfolio Investment" , "Strategies for Promoting Investment Opportunities in Nigeria towards Global Partnership", Unethical Issues in the Capital Market" , "Privatization Challenges to the Nigerian Capital Market" , "Legal and Regulatory Issues in Privatization" , "Market and Regulatory Changes in the Nigerian Capital Market" , "Taxation and Capital Market Operations in the New Millennium" , "Universal Banking: Challenges and Prospects for the Banking Industry" , "Opportunities in the Nigerian Capital Market for the Industrial Development of Kebbi State" , "Challenges of Developing Municipal Bonds in Africa" and "Finance and other Support Institutions in Nigeria: New Frontier". Dr Mallam Suleyman A Ndanusa is the Director General of the Securities & Exchange Commission - Nigeria.


Dr Somorin Olateju Abiola has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition of her work into the development of Nigerian Taxation System This research is demonstrate in her publications: "Assessment of Federal Government Policies on Nigeria's Macro-Economic Policy Framework", "Examination of Taxpayer's Accounts / Returns for Income Tax Purposes", "Seminar on Federal Board of Inland Revenue / State Board of Internal Revenue" , "Problems of Director and Indirect Tax Administration in Nigeria" , "Federal Indland Revenue Service (FIRS) Tax Guidelines" , "Value Added Tax - A worthy Experience in Nigeria" and "Operation of Valued Added Tax (VAT) in Nigeria". Dr Somorin Olateju Abiola is the Deputy Director and Secretary to the Nigerian Federal Board on Inland Revenue.

Dr Douglas Rudi Koekemoer has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from St Clements University. The Doctorate was awarded in recognition of his work into the development of Banking Education in Southern Africa. This research is demonstrated in his course documents: "Introduction to Bank Tellering - course for the City Savings & Investment Bank of Namibia", "Money Laundering Course - for the Damelin School of Banking - South Africa and Leadership Development Programs for the First National Bank of Namibia Ltd". Dr Douglas Rudi Koekemoer is Head Strategic Marketing & Communications First National Bank of Namibia.

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2001 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Chiharu Sano has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University.  The doctorate was awarded in recognition of research into the effects of physics has on learning both within humans and with artificial intelligent units. This research is demonstrated in his published works. "Learning and Evolution of Intelligent Artificial Life", "Super -Critique of Super-Studying Methodology" and "Deterministic Physical and Intelligence Learning based on Newtowns Anti-Entropy with Screw Structured Particles" Dr Chiharu Sano is Chief Research Scientist at Cliest Corporation, Board member of the International Club of Scientists - St Petersburg - Russia, Member of the Helmholz Club (Neuro Science) USA and member of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence (USA).

Dr Christopher Agbobu has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University.  The doctorate was awarded in recognition of research into the planning of economic development in agriculture and other natural resources in Nigeria.  This research is demonstrated in his published papers and books  "Employment generation, maintenance and placement strategies in Nigeria", "Investment opportunities in Nigerian Agriculture", "The role of agriculture in the development of the Niger Delta", "The world population at 6.3 Billion and its implications for developing countries.",  "The promotion of quality protein maize (QPM) seminar", "Investment opportunities in Nigerian agriculture available to South African Farmers and Businessmen", Fruits production in Nigeria", "Nigeria: Agricultural and Rural Transformation programme" and "National Policy on Integrated Rural development".  Chief Dr Christopher Agbobu is the Minister of State for Agriculture in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Dr Daniel Jideofo has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The doctorate was awarded in recognition of his writing on political and social subjects effecting Nigeria. Evidence of this contribution is in his published books: “Journey to my Heart”, “Bending a Nation’s Will” and paper “Nigeria – A Return to Democracy”. Dr Daniel Jideofo has been a member of the Anambra State legislative and is a member of the British Institute of Management, Incorporate Surveyor of Great Britain, chartered Institute of Building, Institution of British engineers, Nigerian Institute of Management, Institute of Management Consultants, Royal society of Health of Great Britain, Construction Surveyors Institute. He also holds the Chieftaincy title Owelle of Alor.

Professor Dr Addison Mark Wokocha has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The doctorate was awarded in recognition of the development of education in Nigeria. Evidence of this contribution is in his published papers: “The National Primary Education Commission and Qualitative Primary Education in Nigeria”,“Towards an Effective Professionalisation of Teaching: A Case for the 21st Century Nigerian Teacher” ,“Nigerian Secondary School Students’ Behaviours and Disciplinary Problems: Pattern, Causes and Solutions”, “Education for Political Stability in Nigeria”, “Improving Research in Science, Technology and Mathematics (STM) Education in Nigeria for Sustainable Development”, “Women and Indigenous Fishing Technology: A Source for African Traditional Educational Ideas”, “Discipline in the Nigerian Primary School System”, “The Philosophy of the Nigerian Primary School Curriculum” and “ The Politics of the Quota System in Nigerian Education”. Professor Dr Addison Mark Wokocha is external examiner, Department of Education Foundations University of Port Harcourt. He has a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy of Education and has written numerous papers on the philosophy of education.

Dr Zhao Yu has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. The doctorate was awarded in recognition of his contribution to Chinese Literature. Evidence of this contribution is in his published articles: “Summary on Books of Poetry, Songs Collected in Bin and Life of Peasants”, “Relations Between The Book of Poetry and the Development in Western China in Xia-Shang-Zhou Dynasties”, “Antithetical Couplet of Qing Dynasty: Head for Antithesis of the Metrics of Chinese Language Culture”, “Some remarks on Ages of the Pre-Qin poetry” and “The book of poetry and Village Community Culture in the Xia-Shang-Zhou Dynasties”. Dr Zhao Yu is President of Jilin Aotu-Net Institute, General Secretary of RICCW and Dean of the Central Writing Centre and Chief Researching Professor of the Jilin University.

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2000 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr David G. Maillu one of Kenya's leading writers has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications   novel  "Broken Drum" , short stories  "The Ayah, MBENGO and the Princess, P.O. Box I Love You Via My Heart, For Mbatha and Rabeka, The Government's Daughter, The Poor Child, The Lion and The Hare" and non fictional books  "Our kind of polygamy and African Indigenous Political Ideology". Dr David G. Maillu is arguably the most published writer in the African continent having published works for the cross section readership embracing Kindergarten to University.  His novel "Broken Drum" at the time of publication was the largest Indigenous African novel written.  He is a Director of Comb Books Ltd and has written over 40 books. Dr David G. Maillu has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Literature specializing in African Literature.

Dr Andrawus Pilasar Sawa has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University.  The doctorate was awarded in recognition of his research into the basic approach of organisational management in Nigeria. This research is demonstrated in his published papers "The Meaning of Management", "The Business Objective, Strategy and Policy", "Applying Motivation theories to Nigerian Workers", "Power and Authority in Management" and "The Importance of Effective Communication in Management".  Dr Andrawus Pilasar Sawa is the Chairman and Chief Executive of  APS (Nig.) Limited.

Dr Samuel Olorunfemi Adekunle has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University.  This doctorate is in recognition of his research into the role of Management Consultancy. This research is demonstrated in his published works "How to Market Consultancy Services in Nigeria", "Human Factors in Management Motivation" and "Feasibility Report on Durcan Flame - Candle Project". Dr Samuel Olorunfemi Adekunle was awarded the Doctor of Letters degree in Management specialising in Management Consultancy.  Dr Samuel Olorunfemi Adekunle is the Chairman and Chief Executive officer of the Durcan Group of companies based in Kaduna Nigeria.

Dr Mahe Dange has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University  This doctorate is in recognition of his research in to Transport Education in Nigeria This research is demonstrated in his published books and articles "Issues in Transport Planning and Management", "Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology, Zara" and "Some thoughts on the benefits of improved road safety in Nigeria". Dr Mahe Dange is the Director General of the Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology.

Dr Javier D Canepa has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University.  This doctorate is in recognition of his research into politics in Central and Eastern Europe during the Post-Cold War.  This research is demonstrated in his published books:   "Post-Communist Transformation with special emphasis on the developments in the former Czechoslovakia" and "Social Change in East-Central Europe".

 Dr John Stanley Potter has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University. This doctorate is in recognition of his teaching of Theology within the People of the Way Christian Ministries Association. His published teaching material has demonstrated evidence of this contribution:  "A Pragmatic Theology."  Dr John Stanley Potter is a distinguished agricultural and theological teacher in Australia, South and Eastern Africa.  He has a Master of Education (with distinction) from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

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1999 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Vincent Wellington Kwasi Agbodza has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications:- "How to excel as a professional secretary", "Basic Leadership", "Staying Focused on the Customer", "Customer Care", "What the People say about retirement", "Health - Senior Citizen", "What is Retirement?",  "Activities by Retirees", "Retirement Planning" and "Is retirement a taboo?"  Dr Vincent Wellington Kwasi Agbodza has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Training specializing in Training for Retirement. Dr Vincent Wellington Kwasi Agbodza is the founder of the Pre-Retirement Association - Ghana and the founder of the Programme for Effective Management (PEM) a leading Ghanaian commercial training organization.

Hon Dr Omar Suleiman Kiki Kizango (MP) has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications  "The Poor Man's Dream", "Institutional Microfinance at work - The Indonesian Experience" and  "Proposed sustainable micro economic development initiatives in Korogwe West". Hon Dr Omar Suleiman Kiki Kizango (MP) has been granted a Doctor of Letters in Politics specializing in political literature. Hon Dr Omar Suleiman Kiki Kizango (MP) is a member of the Tanzanian National Parliament having served as Chairman of the Parliamentary Parastatal Organizations Committee - POC and a member of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Dr Ahmad Satar Ali Merican has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University for his published reports "Attitude and Attitude change: Theoretical bases for managers and trainers" and "Coaching & Counseling Skills". Dr Ahmad Satar Ali Merican has been granted a Doctor of Letters in Education specializing in vocational teaching.  He is a partner director of the READ Institute a leading Malaysian management training organization.

Dr Johan Potgieter has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his reports "The Mature Candidate Route to Corporate Membership", "Guidelines on Education and Training for Members and Registrants" "DTMS PostGraduate Syllabuses", "Information for Graduate Studies in Design Technology and Engineering", "DTMS Course Curriculum" and  "DTMS Course Syllabuses". Dr Johan Potgieter has been granted a Doctor of Letters in Education specializing in professional development.  He is a founder member and General Secretary of the Design Technology & Management Society and is also the South African representative of the World Association of Universities & Colleges.

Dr Joseph Wai-Leung Tam has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publication  "The relationship between employee involvement and the introduction of total quality management programs in ISO 9000 companies in Hong Kong". Dr Joseph Wai-Leung Tam has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Management specializing in Total Quality Control Management. Dr Joseph Wai-Leung Tam is the Executive Director of Hong Kong Institute of Business Management.

Dr Simon Khoo Eng Guan has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University for his published reports "Training needs analysis- Toshiba Electronics", "How to design, develop and deliver on the job training- Chemi-Con" and  "What strategies for entry into Asia Pacific Markets - An Australian Challenge". Dr Simon Khoo Eng Guan has been granted a Doctor of Letters in Education specializing in vocational education. He is a partner director of the READ Institute a leading Malaysian management training organization.

Dr Hardeep Singh Sandhu has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from St Clements University for his articles  "Motivation in Distance Education", "Distance Education Changes in Malaysia", "The value of the MBA and why it is becoming popular", "Upgrading through distance learning" and "The MBA in the context of the new millennium". Dr Hardeep Singh Sandhu was awarded a Doctor of Letters in Education specializing in Distance Learning (Malaysia). He is a Fellow and founder of the Institute of Professional Financial Managers - Malaysia, Managing Director of the International Postgraduate Facilitator Management Centre and a director of the Read Institute.

Dr Umar Abba Gana has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from St Clements University for his publication  "Management strategies for Oil and Gas development in Nigeria".   Dr Umar Abba Gana was awarded a Doctor of Letters degree in Business Administration specializing in Oil and Gas Management.  Dr Umar Abba Gana is the current Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of one of the large oil marketing companies in Nigeria eg. the African Petroleum Plc.  Before now Dr Umar Abba Gana was the Executive Director (Corporate Services) of African Petroleum.  His other management experiences include Commissioner for Agriculture in Borno State which is like a minister at the State level; Deputy Chief marketing Officer with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and Secretary of the Borno State Housing Corporation.

Dr Lim Shian Ghee has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from St Clements University for his publication  "Effective Management Tools".  Dr Lim Shian Ghee was awarded a Doctor of Letters degree in Management specializing in Management Tools.  Dr Lim Shian Ghee's publication can be used as a guide for people developing management education.  Dr Lim Shian Ghee is the Chief Management Trainer for L & G Consultants & Education Services.

Dr Bukar Usman has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from St Clements University for his publications "Voices in a Choir - Issues in Democratisation and National Stability in Nigeria", "Press Policy & Responsibility" and "Muse & Government Protocol". Dr Bukar Usman was awarded a Doctor of Letters in Public Administration specializing in Public Media policy. Dr Bukar Usman's publications can be used as a guide for people who wish to research public media policy in Nigeria. Dr Bukar Usman was awarded the award "Commander of the order of the Niger earlier this year and is an honorary member of the Association of Nigerian Authors. He has been a public servant from 1965 - 1999 working in various capacities including Permanent Secretary in the Presidency.

Dr Philip Dunn has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree in Education specialising in Accountancy education from St Clements University for his articles "Structured tiered professions and professionalism" , "The Development and change in the Mode of Accounting Education and Training in The United Kingdom in the 1990's", "Accounting training - spotlight on NVOs", "Accreditation of prior learning", "AAT Assessment Focused Textbook - Units 7,8, 15", "Case studies in Accounting" and Supplementary Readings in Accounting.  Dr Philip Dunn's articles develop an understanding on the education of Accountants and can be used as material for any one researching the development of accountancy education in the United Kingdom.  Dr Philip Dunn is the APL Adviser for the Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA), a Foundation member of the British Lithuanian Society, A Senior Moderator of the Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA), a Leading Moderator for the International Association of Book-Keepers (IAB) and a Council Member of the Institute of Financial Accountants. 

Dr Bimal Ghosh has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his articles "Gains from Global Linkages- Trade in Services and Movements of Persons", "Refugees and Human Rights - Huddle Masses and Uncertain Shores - Insights into Irregular Migration", "Economic Consequences of Migration: The receiving countries - A synoptic overview of the major issues and considerations", "Magnitude, trends and dynamics of immigration into North America - The need for a global perspective: the contextual framework", "Movements of people: The search for a new International regime", "Migratory movements from Central and East European Countries to Western Europe" and  "The Future of East-West Migration". In these articles Dr Bimal Ghosh shows an understanding of sociology of contemporary migration . He was a Visiting Fellow of the University of Sussex, UK (1997), Visiting Scholar Johns Hopkins University USA (1981) Visiting Fellow Harvard University UK (1982).  He is Professor Emeritus, Colombian School of Public Administration; Honorary Fellow, International Policy and Diplomacy; University of Tadeo Lozano, Bogota. Member, Scientific Committee, Asian Centre, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva. (1987-88).

Dr Mai Neo has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree in Information Technology specializing in Multimedia from the St Clements University for her books."The Multimedia Pavilion - trends and technologies", "The Multimedia Frontier - Digital Video, CDs & DVDs", "Authorware - The Multimedia Icon" and  "Director - The Multimedia Movie"  In these articles Dr Mai Neo shows an understanding of Multimedia systems.  She is the Managing Director of Meway Computec Sdn.Bhd.; the first  Malaysian  computer training company authorised to teach Macromedia.  She was a graduate teaching assistant in communications at the Duquesne University USA, and is a contributing columnist to the magazines the Computimes Malaysia  and the Computimes Malaysia Shopper.

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1998 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Professor Dr David Iornem has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications  "The Marketing of Management Consultancy Services", "How to start and manage your own business" and "Marketing in Politics". Professor Dr David Iornem has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Management Consultancy specializing in Commercial Management Consultancy - Nigeria.  Professor Dr David  Iornem is Director General of the Nigerian Institute of Management Consultants.

Professor Dr Francis Dessart has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from St Clements University for his contribution to Education Philosophy. This contribution has been well documented in his publication  "Universalist Pedagogy to build the future of humankind" Professor Dr Francis Dessart has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Education specializing in Educational Philosophy.  Professor Dr Francis Dessart is a member of the World Association of Universities & Colleges Advisor Board and is the IACPS and AIEPM representative to UNESCO.  He is one of Europe's leading non-traditional educators.

Dr Nani Gopal Choudhury has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications "Effective Management", "Ethics in Business", "Management and Workforce" and "Globalization and India's Industrial Economy". Dr Nani Gopal Choudhury has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Business specializing in Corporate Management.

Dr  Brig-General John Nanzip Shagaya has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications "The Internal Affairs Ministry" and "Borders as Bridges".Dr John Nanzip Shagaya has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Management specializing in Administration Management.

Dr Bradley S Tice has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publication "The Priority Method for Korean ESL Students". Dr Bradley S Tice has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Teaching specializing in English Language Teaching.  Dr Bradley S Tice is a Director of the Pacific Language Institute.

Dr Hans Wittmann has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for the publications  "1970 Julius  Berger Nigeria 1995"and video films, "Tin Can Island Port", "Lagos Inner Ring Road", "Ajaokuta - construction projects river Niger side in Nigeria", "Pipelinebau im Nigerdelta KurzfassungAbuja - the new federal capital" and "Steel from West-Africa". Dr Hans Wittmann has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Engineering specializing in Engineering Management.

Dr Nate Stepner has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications "Report submitted to the National Grain and Feed Association", "Principles of Health and Safety in Agriculture", "Plastic and Reconstructive", "Annals of Allergy", "J Allergy and Clin Immun", "Amer J Respir and Critical Care Medicine", "Curr Ther Res"and "Can Family Physician". Dr Nate Stepner has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Health Science specializing in occupational lung disease.

Professor Dr Iyorwuese Hagher has been awarded a Doctor of Letters degree from the St Clements University for his publications "The Tiv Kwagh-Hir"(CBAAC, Lagos 1990) and "The Practice of Community Theatre in Nigeria" (ed Lobi Consortium, Lagos 1990)  Beyond this Iyorwuese Hagher is a second-generation Post-War Nigerian dramatist whose major plays include (1) "Swem" (2) "Karagbe" (3) "Aishatu" (4) "Comrade and Voltage" and (5) "Lamp of Peace" (caltop. Ibadan 1997) He once headed the largest Department of Theatre Arts in West Africa, in the University of Jos.  He is an active member of Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists (SONTA) and Nigerian Popular Theatre Alliance (NPTA). Professor Dr Iyorwuese Hagher has been granted a Doctor of Letters degree in Theatre Art specializing in developing Nigerian theatre. Professor Dr Iyorwuese Hagher has been a Minister in the Federal Nigerian Government.

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1997 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr (Brig Gen) Stephen Gbehe Ikya has been awarded the degree of  Doctor of Letters  in Management specialising in Public Transport Systems.  His expertise is demonstrated in his publication "Urban Passenger Transportation Nigerian", "My thoughts on urban mass transit in Nigeria", "Mass transit operations and management in Nigeria" and "Mass transit operation and Management"

Dr Joseph E. Thares was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters in History specialising in American Communal Living.  His expertise is demonstrated in his publication "Experiment in Communal Living" which documents the growth and decline of the Harmonists Society in eastern USA   Dr Joseph E. Thares was the Executive Director of the Montana Independent Bankers Association from 1985 till his retirement in 1994

Dr Hederick H. P. Barlay  was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters in Finance specialising in African Banking.  This expertise is demonstrated in his publications "The future of commercial banking in West Africa"  (Ecowas Financial Directory), "Towards effective controls" (Customer protection in the Nigerian Banking System)., "Traits, Qualities and Characteristics of Successful Consultants" (Institute of Management and Consultants paper), "Training needs analysis" (F S B International Bank P O ), "Banks and the 1996 Budget" and "Mombasa Citibank development plan".  Dr Hederick H. P. Barlay is Deputy Managing Director and Chief Operations Officer of the FSB International Bank Plc, Lagos, Nigeria. He received his MBA from the Californian Coast University.

Dr Umaru Abubakar Alkaleri  was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters in  Finance specialising in Nigerian fiscal and investment policy.  This expertise is demonstrated in his books "Issues in financial management and accountability in government and banks", "Monetary and fiscal dispensation in islamic economic system" and "Incentives for foreign investments in Nigeria". Dr Umaru Abubakar Alkaleri is the Director General Finance Ministry for Federal Nigerian Government.

Dr Tan Man Ho was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters in Psychophilosophy specialising in the investigation of man, nature, society and the universe.  His expertise is demonstrated in the following publications "Real World series, The Journey Beyond,The Trialectics of Man and Woman, the Logico-Psychophilosophical Method, and other Fragments of Teaching from the Inner Circle of Humanity,Principles of the Logico-Psychophilosophical Method in its Application to Problems of the Real World, The Sociocosmic Octave, the Biocosmic Octave and the Cosmic Octave:  A Revolution in Scientific Thoughts,  The Enneagram of the Sociocosmic Stopinders, Laujinggong and the Epoch of the Increasing Aggressiveness of the Business-Stopinder Beings & The Sociocosmic Unbecomings, the Sociocsmic Stopbinder  Therapeutic Methods and the Final Exit of the Great Wise Grandson of Beeizebub".  Dr Tan Man Ho is a Management Consultant, who also Lectures at the Southern College, Johor - Malaysia.

Dr Shaukat Chandna  was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters in English Literature specialising in Poetry.  His expertise is demonstrated in his Books "The Anguish of the Years" , "Alone in thoughts" and "The colours of Pain".  Dr Shaukat Chandna is the Business Development Manager of Eagle Star International Life in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

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1996 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Dr Gamini Palihawadana who presented his publication "Total Quality in Purchasing Management" for his Doctor of Letters in Management specializing in total quality control in purchasing management. Dr Gamini Palihawadana is from Sri Lanka and in 1996 was the Chief of General Services for the United Nations Observer Mission in Georgia.

 Dr Kah Chee Chan who presented books and journals of his publications "International Marketing : It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", "Beyond Relationship Marketing : Flexible and Intelligent Relationship Management Strategy (Firms)", "Flexible Intelligent Relationship Management : The Business Success Paradigm in a Stakeholder Society", "World Class Manufacturing Through Relationship Management", "Intelligent Corporate Strategy Beyond World Class Status", "Basic Instincts of Japanese and Taiwanese CNC Machine Tool Producers : Fatal Attraction for the ASEAN Battlefield" and "Intelligent Corporate Strategy : Beyond World Class Manufacturing " for his Doctor of Letters in Management specializing in cross cultural management. In 1996 Dr Kah Chee Chan was manager of George Cohen (Far East) Pte Ltd and Chairman of the Institute of Production /Control (Singapore division).

 Dr Ernesto Arroba Salvodor who presented books of his publications "El Gas del Golfo Guayaquil", "Coyuntura Econo'mica 1990", "Conyuntura Econo'mica 1993" for his Doctor of Letters in Economics specializing in primary industry.In 1996 Dr Ernesto Arroba Salvador was Professor of Economics at the Universidad Espiritu Santo and editor of the Economy Journal EL REPORTE ECONOMICO.

 Dr Ati Srikajati Saleh who presented her published publication "DPE Research Summary" for her Doctor of Letters in Business specializing in project management. In 1996 Dr Ati Srikajati Saleh was a leading Indonesian business woman, a senior executive of PT ULTRAJAYA milk processing company and Deputy Director of PT DADA a dairy farmers co-operative company.

Dr Samuel Momah who presented published books and publications, "Global Disorders & The New World Order","Global Strategy from its Genesis to the Post Cold War Era", "Adaptation Technology as a Vehicle for Technological Development", "Science and Technology Policy for Nigeria and the Way Forward" and "Acquisition of Technology in a Deregulated Economy" for his Doctor of Letters in Strategic Studies specializing in Economics and Military Strategies. In 1996 Dr Samuel Momahwas the Minister of Science and Technology in the Federal Nigerian Government.

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1995 Doctor of Letters Graduates

Prof Dr Hairi bin Adbullah of the University Kebangsaan Malaysia who presented his publication "Changes in the Population Structure of Sabah", Kemiskinan dan kehidupan gologan berpendapatan rendah" and "Titian Warna Sejarab Pembangunan dan Peruban Cita Kuala Lumpur" for his Doctor of Letters in sociology, specialising in urban population changes in Malaysia. In 1995 Professor Dr Hairi bin Adbullah was in charge of the Development of Anthropology and Sociology at the University Kebangsaan Malaysia.

 His Excellency Dr Mohamed bin Al-Yousef who presented his published book "Oil and the transformation of Oman 1970-1995" for his Doctor of Letters in economics, specialising in government development planing. In 1995 His Excellency Dr Mohmed bin Al-Yousef was the Minister of State for Development Affairs in the Sultanate of Oman.

Dr Clark Colvin of Clark Sherman Colvin Inc. who presented his publication "Corporate Manual of Standard Procedures" which comprised 256 sub sections to assist in the assessment of the management procedures of large corporations. For this he received his Doctor of Letters in management studies, specialising in strategic management. In 1995 Dr Clark Colvin owned Clark Sherman Colvin Inc of Salem Oregan. Clark Sherman Colvin Inc. is a consultancy company specializing in organising major companies restructuring.

Dr Peter Legge of Canada Wide Magazines Ltd who presented his publications "How to Soar with the Eagles" and "You can if you believe you can" for his Doctor of Letters in management studies specialising in personal motivation. In 1995 Dr Peter Legge owned Canada Wide Magazines & Communications Ltd the largest private publishing company in Western Canada. He is also an International public motivation speaker.

Doctor of Philosophy

The St Clements University's Doctor of Philosophy degree is a research degree. The research dissertation is available for inspection in the University's Library.

Dr Peter Tong Hing Tham
Dissertation: Employee Counselling Programs in the Malaysian Workplace

Dr Chiew Ming Chak
Dissertation: Strategic Management for small and medium enterprises

Dr Emmanual Anthony Wilkie
Dissertation: Teenage marriage and female genital mutilation a violence against women: A policy apprraisal research on Women's health, reproductive rights and population issues in Nigeria

Dr Joseph Osa Nosakhare
Dissertation: Organizaional approach to total quality management in Nigeria

Dr Francis Juieng Nyahon
Dissertation:  Review of mentoring programme as an alternative approach for personal and professional development: A case study of a private company, Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd.

Dr Samson Opaluwah
Dissertation:  The significance of facilities in the management operations of the National Hospital, Abuja

Dr Peter Ese Oriavwote
Dissertation: Marketing communications strategy and voting behaviour in Nigerian Local Council elections.

Dr Clarence Balan s/o Edwin Palanisamy
Dissertation: The history of the Beneficiary action and the need for reform of the parties - Only rule in Malaysia

Dr Jeffrey Han Chen Kong
Dissertation: Quality Management System: A case study of the Cambodian Forest Management System

Dr Alfred Akawe Torkula
Dissertation: A Survey of the Marriage and Burial Institutions amongst the TIV of Central Nigeria

Dr Chin Yuet Meng
Dissertation: Cytogenetics and Molecular Studies in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Dr Andrews O C Elueni
Dissertation: Demand for money in a developing economy: A Micro-Economic Approach

Dr Hamli Bin Biha
Dissertation: A review of the effectiveness of the implementation of Quality System ISO 9000 Standard in supporting Total Quality Management: A case study of the Bintulu Development Authority's (BDA) Experience

Dr Scucess S. Fadpe
Church awareness and practice of Total Quality Management in Nigeria

Dr Kuan Soon Lye
Effectiveness of Selective Contral Measures to Remedy Malaysia's Financial Turmoil During 1997 - 2000

Dr Emmanuel T. Abraham
Managerial Paradigms for Employees' Behavioural and Performance Variables in Nigerian Organizations: A study of selected enterprises in Ikeja Industrial estate of Lagos State.

Dr Gregory P. Fernando
Rasa Theory Applied to Hemingway's 'The Old Man and The Sea' And 'A Farewell to Arms'

Dr Ezekiel Oyebola Oyemomi
An Assessment of Poverty Reduction Strategies in Nigeria (1983 - 2002)

Dr Yusuf Abdul Mumini
Inventory Control and Economic Prder Quantity in National Electric Power Authority (NEPA)

Dr Lawrence Nsa
An Analysis of the management of research and technology organizations in Nigeria

Dr Harold A. Hedd
An Assessment of the 6-3-3-4 System of Education in Sierra Leone

Dr Ugwudioha Matthias Ofili
Compensation System in Nigerian Construction Firm: Piccolo-Brunelli Engineering Ltd.

Dr Willy Nkamuhebwa
"Does a Training Function Help an Organisation to Meet its Objectives: Assessment of the effectiveness and relevancy of training in the growth and development of community-Based Organisations in Uganda."

Dr John J. Udofa
The Impact of Pricing on the Patronage of Savings Accounts in Nigerian Banks.

Dr Ibrahim Dauda Idrisu
Air Transport Liberalisation and open skies agreements in Africa - The Regulatory and Commercial Implication for Nigeria

Dr Ehiorobo Immagbe Robinson
The implication of Adequate motivation on workers productivity in an organisation

Dr Sam Simon Sakala
Towards establishing sustainability of community based development projects with special reference to chisankane community project

Dr Abubakar Abdullahi
An Impact Assessment of Science and Technology Policy on National Development of Nigeria

Dr Uju Angela Njoku
Marketability of made in Nigeria Textile Materials

Dr Benedict L. K. Mwaibasa
Gaps in models/methods used in the assessment of information systems investments: The case of coffee marketing co-operatives in Tanzania

Dr Shaik Moulali
Effects of Different Teaching and Learning Methods

Dr Beresford M. Davies
The Management and Teaching of Population - Family Life Education in a Post Conflict Situation: A Case Study of Sierra Leone

Dr Fulgence A. Binagwa
Partnership between the Local Government Authorities (public) and Non Governmental Organizations (private) in Tanzania mainland

Dr Raymond Nneji Ihenacho
A Study of the Dynamics of Institutional Support Measures to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria.

Dr Emmanuel Kabirat Jekada
Proliferation of Small Arms and Ethnic Conflicts in Nigeria: Implications for National Security.

Dr Joseph Iloabanafor Orji
An Assessment of Impacts of Poverty Reduction Programmes in Nigeria as a Development Strategy, 1970 - 2005.

Dr Basil A. N. Onugu
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria : Problems and Prospects.

Dr Christiana A. M. Thorpe
The Rebel War Years were Catalytic to Development in the Social Advancement of Women in Post-War Sierra Leone.

Dr Mohamed A. Eno
The Homogeneity of the Somali People: A study of the Somali Bantu Ethnic Community.

Dr Ambwene Tonnie Homel Mwakyusa
Traditional and Contemporary Building Styles used in Tanzania and to Develop Models for Current Needs.

Dr Felician J. Ifunya
Improving the Investment Climate in the United Republic of Tanzania: The Case of (WEZESHAJ) PSDP and TCCIA Kilimanjaro Partnerships.

Dr Thavamani Thevy Arumugam
An Analysis of Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Approach to Business Valuation in Sri Lanka.

Dr John Munyoli Musyoka
Institutionalizing Environmental Conservation and Poverty Reduction: Directions from the Field in East Africa.

Dr Austin Igwe Iyade
The Impact of Regulations and Supervision on the Activities of Banks in Nigeria.

Dr Ali Yidawi
A Survey of Ethics in the Nigerian Banking Industry.

Dr Augustine Nweze
The Impact of Cabotage Act on Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Nigeria's Economic Growth.

Dr Kojo Aboagye-Debrah
Competition, Growth and Performance in the Banking Industry in Ghana

Dr Godwin Etim Asuquo
Organisational Leadership and Quality of Care of Nigeria's HIV/AIDS' Response.

Dr Yeshiwas Bekele
Impact of HIV/AIDS on the well-being of the Rural Population in East Gojjam, Amhara, Ethiopia. Hulet-IJU Enessie;Gozamen;Shebel-Berenta Woredas(Districts).

Dr Abiodun Oladipupo Osiyemi
The Impact of Values - Based Leadership and Corporate Governance on Organisational Performance.

Dr Henry Kwame Afaglo
Assessing the Economic Indicators for the Introduction of the West African Common Currency (ECO): A Case Study of Perceptual Reasoning and Empirical Evidence in Adducing the State of Ghanaian Economy into the Eco."

Dr Daniel Rikichi Kajang
Organization and Management of Health Services in Nigeria: 1960 - 2004: A Case Study of the Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja - Nigeria.

Dr Abdulwahab Ademola Lawal
The Impact of Structuralism on the Policy Process of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

Dr George Uzoma Kingsley Chima
Organisational Leadership Strategies in Indigenous Companies in a Developing Economy

Dr Rufus Folorunso Akinyooye
The Challenges of Implementing the Basel 2 Accord in Nigerian Banks.

Dr Prince A. Cummings
Factors Related to the Street Children Phenomenon in Major Towns in Sierra Leone: A Comparative Study of the City's Street Children and Children in Normal Family Homes.

Dr Kibagendi Julius Abugah
Assessing the Effectiveness of the Adult Education Department in Providing Continuing Education to Communities in Kenya: A Case Study in Kisii, Nymira and Gucha Districts of Nyanza Province.

Dr Jenifer Bukokhe Wakhungu
Gender Relations and Fulfillment of Child Rights in Manafwa District - Uganda.

Dr Abie Paula Kamara
Distance Education Can Solve the Numerous Educational Problems in Third World Africa.

Dr Natheer Alwan Salman
The effect of Employing written skills for the teachers of Arabic Language in the performance of composition for the students of Sixth Primary Stage (Arabic)

Dr Anietie Ben Essien
Proliferation of Unprofessional Information and Communication Technology Outlets and its Impacts on ICT Professionalism, Products/Technology Quality in Nigeria

Dr Hussein Yousif Muhaimid
Analysing the Environmental Influencing Factors in the Industrial Procurement. Case Study in Al-Mosel Asphalt Factory.

Dr Abdul Kareem Khalil Ibraheem
Model for Evaluating Quality and Environment Management Systems in Compliance with the Requirements of ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 International Standards.

Dr Dhia Jawad Kadhim
Education Ideas upon Imam Ja'afar Al-Sadeq "Peace be upon Him."

Dr Khalil A. Khalil
Civilians Protection in the World Armed Conflicts in the International Human Law and the Islamic Legislation.

Dr Mohsen Ali Mohammed Al. Temeemi
The Effects of Using Two Remedy Methods in a Framework of Mastery Learning Strategy on the Achievement and Developing the Deductive Thinking for the Students of the Teachers Issues Institute.

Dr Samuel Odartey Lamptey
Quality Management System of Unilever Ghana Limited.

Dr Martin Joseph Simah
The Effects of Formal Education on the Traditional Education of the Girl Child Among the Mendes of Pujehun District.

Dr Umar Ibrahim
An Analysis of Strategic Factors Affecting the Performance of Small and Medium Industries (SMIs) in Borno State of Nigeria.

Dr Evelyn Alaye Ogan
Rural Poverty Among Women in Nigeria: A Case Study of Abuja Satellite Communities of Nigeria .

Dr Patricia Love Ogboru
An Evaluation of Funding Arrangements for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria.

Dr Adekola Ali
An Assessment of Performance Measurement in Business Strategy Implementation Among Companies in Kaduna Town.

Dr Alfred Attuquaye Botchway

An Evaluation of the Financial System in Ghana

Dr Na'ela Mahmoud Ghanem
Political Situations in Syria between 1958-1973

Dr Ibrahim Al Jasem
The Military Force and it's role in laying down peace worldwide.

Dr Tarek Mohamed Hamood Alakwa
Strategic Directions for Business Organizations and its effects on improvement performance and Human Resource Development/Field Study for the Service Sector in the Republic of Yemen.

Dr Abdulaziz Saeed Khalifa Swei
THE ARABIC ROOTS IN THE OLD LIBYAN LANGUAGE
"An approach between the Arabic and the Tamazight dialects"


Dr Raida M. Ayoub
Social feasibility for the small projects and their effects on women in the Syrian countryside

Dr Mohamad Fereg Ali Warem
The Role of the United Nations in Protecting Human Rights

Dr Maxwell Samuel Amuzu
Cash Flow Ratio as a Measure of Performance of Listed Companies in Emerging Economies : The Ghana Example

Dr Joseph Odarquaye France
Systematic Risk and Capital Adequacy of of Banks and Non Bank Financial Institutions in Ghana

Dr Abd Al Rahman Al Abo

The Heroic' in the Myths and legends of The Ancient East

Dr Ibrahim Fawaz Al Jebawi
Using Media as Public Policy from a Syrian Perspective

Dr Amer Mohammad Abdula
The Effects of Using the educational groups in obtaining the Islamic education material and developing religion trends for the second intermediate class students

Dr Hana Tamim Abed
The role of Social Upbringing in Developing Creativity of Syrian Youths

Dr Abdullah Sa'adoun Abed Al-Hamza
Breach of Trust in the History of Islamic Civilization

Dr Najeeb Mohammed Al-Kumim
Total Quality Management in Higher Education Institutions (Applied Study in the Universities of Yemen)

Dr Nasseer Muttar Kadim Alzubaidi
USA and its Management of International Crises- Applied Analytical Thesis

Dr Hayfa Hassan Habib
The Marine Contracts in the Syrian Maritime & Commercial Law (An Analytical & Comparative Study)

Dr Saad Ibrahim Hamed
Religious Tourism planning & services development and it's impact on Tourism request growing in Ninava Governorate

Dr Najah Aubaid Hassun
Malek Al-Ashter- His Biography and the Islamic Civilization in his Era

Dr Abdul Wahab Mohammad Jubein
Evaluation of the performance in the health departments at the Directorate of Taif Health Affairs in Saudi Arabia Kingdom

Dr Hamed Ahmed Mal
Globalization within the Technical Development and Its Effects on the Future of Arab Homeland

Dr Stephen L. I. Mwakajumilo
The role of informal microfinance institutions in saving mobilization , investment and poverty reduction. A case of savings and credit cooperative societies(SACCOs) in Tanzania from 1961-2008

Dr Sami M. Yousef
Islamic Competitive Authorities during the First Abbasayain
Regime


Dr Ademola Adesoji Moushibahou
An Empirical Study of the phenomenon of retroactive participation of sub-national investment companies in privatised firms in Nigeria


Dr Mohammad Basheer Al Zoubi
Using Cash Flow & Profitability Rates in evaluating the Customer's Financial Solvency from a Syrian Perspective : The General Tyres Company Afamia.

Dr Jaber Mohammed Hussein Ahmed Amer
Requirement Identification for the Development of Information Security Readiness Indicators for the Implementation of E-government in Yemen

Dr Hussein Abdo Ahmed Al-Gaafri
Outlook and future planning in the light of the Quran and the Prophet's Biography

Dr Jamal Talib Sahin
Effect of counseling program in reality Therapy style to raising the ethical judgment level for secondary stage students

Dr Adnan Mussa Kutar
Evaluation Arabic grammar book for the third Stage of accelerated learning from the viewpoint of teachers

Dr Ifiok Charles Etuk
Evaluation of Internal Control Systems of Banks in Nigeria

Dr Hamed Ahed Mal

Globalization within the Technical Development and Its Effects on the Future of Arab Homeland

Dr Ezekiel Olajide Adeniji

The Significance of Participatory Management on Project Execution through Direct Labour : A case study of Adamawa State, Nigeria

Dr Ihab Ghazi Zedan
Extent of Applying Basel II Standards on the Syrian Private Banks Sector

Dr Qassim Shahin Brisam Al-Omari
Managerial leadership patterns and their effect on the Governmental Organization Success

Dr Shakir A. Araibi

Effect of Self Regulation and Self Instruction in Modifying Behavior for Psychopathetic Personality

Dr Salem J. Abdulsahib

Intolerant Attitudes and Their Relationship To Some Variables Among The Students Of The University

Dr Souad Tamim Al Jundi

The Effectiveness of a Phonic Reading Method in Teaching Reading Skills for Teenagers with Down Syndrome

Dr Shadi Mohammad Al Ktaifan
Pharmaceutical Marketing

Dr Muklis Shaa Ali Al Jumaily
The Effect of Environmental Factors on Leadership Behaviour at the University of Al-Anbar in the Republic of Iraq

Dr Mohammad Hussain Al Refai
Participative Management and its effects on employees and management

Dr Safa Emran
Imagery and its Symbolic, Expressionistic and Mythological Aspects in the Works of T.S.E.liot,Badre Shaker Al-Sayyab and Abdul –Wahab Al-Bayati

Dr Farih Khlawi Humadi

Evaluation of the Relative Efficiency of the Sugar Industy in Pakistan

Dr Omar M. Mohammed Karim

The Kurdish Cause in the successive Iraqi Governments Policies (1932-1945)

Dr Aows Naief Latef
Feasibility Studies and the responsibility of projects management towards the approaches of alteration and development of investment opportunities- Feasibility Project for establishment of Cement Plant in Yemen

Dr Mhd Ghiath Maktabi
Islamic Information, it's substance, characteristics, tools and present problems

Dr Dary M. Saleh
Beauty and the glory of beauty in the Holy Quran of a mystic view and it’s reflection in Islamic Ornament


Dr Fuad Ebrahim Kidrawi

Islamic banks reality and method's of development

Dr Anthony Kennedy Ntsiful
Outgrower oil palm plantations scheme by private companies and poverty reduction in Ghana

Dr Hamid A. Hamad Al Dulaimi
Crisis Management in the Environment of Globalization, a case study for the relief and reconstruction of Fallujah in the Republic of Iraq

Dr Jamal Mohammed Al Barazi
Marketing process between response to market demands and potential obstacles in the United Arab Emirates

Dr Saad Ali Rehan Almohamadi
Relation among the strategy option and the organization structure and their impact in achieving the industrial company effectiveness – Applicable study to a sample of higher administrations in the Iraqi industrial Sector

Dr Sami H. Khayala
European States Position from the Libyan –Italy War 1911-1912

Dr Kareem Najim Khalaf
Evaluate the performance of municipal services sector activity in the province of Baghdad Municipality of Karrada

Dr Farhan Jom’a Mandeel
Constructing a Computer Program for evaluating the Performance of Islamic Education Teachers in the Primary stages

Dr Kenneth Otaniyen Igharo

A Correlational Study Between Administrative Stress and Task Performance of Post Primary Schools' Administrators in the Gambia


Dr Mohammed Abdou Ali Ahmed Elkattrany

Government Decisions and its Effect Upon Execution of Strategies in Yemeni Public Institutions - Applied Study into Selected Ministries


Dr Khalil I. Abdul Hussien

The Effect of Leadership Pattern in Satisfying Total Quality and Competitiveness Advantage in Al-Rahibat & Ibn Al-Nafees Hospitals - Case Study

Dr Udeh Sabastine Onyemaechi
Assesing the Prospects of West African Proposed ECO in the Period 2010 to 2020

Dr Edward Ushilebe Modey
A Survey of Problems Associated with Underdeveloped Economies - A Case Study of Nigeria

Dr Muneer Sedeeq Saadallah
Requirements of fitness between quality & environment by chain of international specifications ISO-9000 & ISO-1400- Case Study in Tasloja Cement Plant in Sulaymania

Dr Juman Ziad Kassim
Pragmalinguistic Analysis of Marriage Concept in Arabic Islamic Prophetic Traditions and the English Version of New Testament: A Contrastive Study

Dr Farouq M. Sadeq
Researching the law which governs the crimes presented to the International Court

Dr Abbass Abdul Ameer Ibrahim
Protection of Human Rights in the International Law

Dr Kabel M. Kadhum
Life of Parties in Iraq 1958-1968-Historical Study

Dr Manhal Mageed Ahmad
Re-Engineering Audit Profession in the Frame of Information Technology – A Case Study

Dr Lubna Natic Abdulwahab Al-Qaisi
Decision-Making and its Relationship to the Level of Emotional Intelligence Competencies of University Educational Leaders

Dr Saleh Mohammed Ali Alkolaibi
Administrative Creativity of General Managers and Administrative Department Managers in the General Administration Departments: An Applied Study of a Selected Sample of Ministries in the Republic of Yemen

Dr Ali Hameed Abdullah
Proposed Training Program for the administrative Department Heads in the State Ministries in Light of the Total Quality Administration Requirements

Dr Jabbar Ubaid Kadhum
Ethics of the administrative work for managers in the Iraqi ministries from the point of view of the staff

Dr Rashad Abdul Wahid Mohammed Al-Kamel
Environmental Pollution in Taiz – A Study of Pollution caused by solid wastes and vehicles

Dr Khudhair Abbas Ahmad Al-Nadawi
Significance of Caspian Sea States Oil in the American Strategy After the Cold War

Dr Ahmed Khangar Alak
Analyze the Effects of International Laws and Conventions, Islamic Law and Iraqi Legislative Laws on Human Rights in Iraq

Dr Rafe’a J. Mnahi
Terrorism in New Iraq between Iraqi Legislation & International Law

Dr Arkan Hama Ameen Rasheed
The Emergence of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Relationship with Governments and Political Parties of Iraq for the Period from 1946 to until 2003

Dr Safaa Abdalrahman Yagub
The Secret Agent and the Suspect and the Lifetime Imprison Penalty in the Iraqi Legislation

Dr Eman Mahmood Abdullatif
An Inquiry to the International Financial Crises, Reasons, Impact and Remedy

Dr Talb Khudhair Mohammed
Risky Provocation as a Legal Mitigating Excuse in the Iraqi legislation

Dr Qahtan Abdul Abbas Rahman
The Technological Change and its Impact in Presence of Industrial Products - A Case Study of a Sample of General Company for Electrical Industries Products.

Dr Khalid Jawad Moein
The Assistance is One of the Crime Participation Means and Its Application in the Iraqi Jurist (Comparative Study)

Dr Frederick Ugwu Ozor
An Investigation into the Effects of Research Governance Structure and Mechanisms on Scientific Knowledge Production : Evidence from Public Research Institutions Within The Gambia Public Science

Dr Aziz Yousif Mohammed Abood Dalwachee
Kufi Grammar in Iraqi Contemporary Scholars at the second half of the Twentieth Century

Dr Mueyyed Akrem Arslan
Effect of the integration of Applications among TQM-ISO-9001 to competitive Policies –Case Study at the Productive Pre-cast Factory-Ministry of Construction & Housing

Dr Saleh Ali Mohsen Almadhagi
Complementary option in preparing quality of administrative system and the environment according to the two standard international Specifications ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 - The present study is at Aden Company for Iron

Dr Kamel Bidan Salih
Forecasting the Economic and Social Effects of Globalization in Iraq

Dr Saad Manhal Nadawy
Responsibility of the Partner for the Potential Crime of the Joint Act

Dr Fuad Q. Nessan
The Turkish – Israeli Relations

Dr Mohammed A. Taess
Civil Protection of Trademarks from a Pan Arab Perspective

Dr Modammed Jawad Kadhim Abdulmunem
Influence of the National Support & Investment in Re-Qualifying the Agriculture Projects - Poultry Industry Study

Dr Mohammed Najim Ali Najim Al-Din Talabani
Administrative & Financial Corruption, Types, Aspects, Reasons and Its Influence and Methods of Fighting It in Kurdistan Region of Iraq

Dr Salahadin Babaker Mohammed
The contribution of intellectual capital in the possibility of applying total quality management - A reconnaissance study of the views of a sample of managers in a select group of private sector companies in the province of Erbil

Dr Jafar Maan Mohsen
The Psychological Effects of Working in Unstable Security Situations on Educational Supervisors and Teachers in Deyala Governorate - Iraq

Dr Kalaf J. Ahmed
Mapping Analysis for Some Statistics Measurements & Its Applications in Salaheddin Governorate

Dr Najib Ali Hasson Al-Mansour
Investigating the Effectiveness of GIS-Based Analysis Towards The Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance in Yemen

Dr Saadon Mihsen Jameel Ali
An Analysis of the Iraq Media Reporting on the American Invasion of Iraq and Immediate Occupation Period

Dr Azadden M. Muhsen Sahan
The Effect of Using the Education and Inductive Methods in Developing Some Literary Skills of the Fifth Stage Literary Students

Dr Hassan Najem Mohamd
Effect of Using the Intellectual Calculation Strategies in the Innovative Thinking and Educational Achievement Upon Students of the Elementary Stage and Their Tendency Towards Mathematical Subject from an Iraqi Perspective

Dr Hassan Alwan Yassen
The Russian Revolution and Its Influence on the Arabic and Islamic East 1917-1924

Dr Aziz Abdulla Madllum
Bismarck's Diplomatic Policy and Competition Towards the German Colonies in Africa.

Dr Khanum Hamid Saeed Al-Mizori
The Linguistic Methods USA Politicians Used to Justify the Invasion of Iraq.

Dr Flaih Hassan Aziz
New Historical Findings Regarding Influences of Belad Al-Sham Civilization on Cordoba Constructional City Rising during the Emirate & Andalusia Khelafa Ages (138-422H) (756-1013G)

Dr Hasanain F. Mualla
Diplomatic Immunity for Members of Political Missions.

Dr Ali R. Fadhel
Constructing a Program for Training Female Students -Teachers on Forming and Analyzing Biology Test Questions and Preparing Them for the Test Questions and Its Effect on Their Student Achievement.

Dr Nya Joe Jacob
Biomass Resrouces Assesment and Utilization, Environmental Effects of Biomass Removal and its Impact on Gambia Economy

Dr Audisho M. Gorges Ashitha
1933 Simele Disaster – Reasons and Its Local & International Impact

Dr Ghassan Ali Mohammed Hashim
Effectiveness of Administrative Information Systems on Improving the Efficiency of Decision-Making (Applied Study on International Bank of Yemen)

Dr Abdulkareem Yaseen Aswad
The Impact of Strategic Thinking and Organizational Creativity on Tourist Attractions in the Province of Diyala

Dr Hassan Hameed Abdullah Al.Flahi
Do Management Information Systems Give Some Iraq State Owned Industrial Companies a Competitive Advantage Over Others

Dr Talib Shaghati Mashari Alkenani
The Role of International Organizations in Counter Terrorism

Dr Hana'a H. Jaber
The Effect of Using the Cognitive Strategies and Their Activators on What the 1st Year Students of the Female Intermediate Schools Achieve Out of the Biology Subject and the Development of Their Mental Efficiencies in Al-Qadisiya Province

Dr Nagham Mohammed Ali Jawad
The Influence of the Protestant and Catholic Religions During the 16th & 17th Century on the Arab World

Dr Manea Farea Alhaj M Al-Maslami
Reviewing the Leadership Curriculum of the Yemen Higher Military Academy from an Islamic Education Perspective

Dr Thair Abead Hassan
Drought Phenomena in Ein Tamr Area & it’s Influence on the Production of Dates, vegetables and Strategy Crops

Dr Hammoodi Challab Naheeb
Al-Jamal (The Camel) Battle Justification and Conclusions

Dr Hashim Ghanim Shaheen
A Study of Linguistics use in Sheikh Ali Al Sharqy’s Poetry from a 21st Century Linguistic Perspective

Dr Younus Hameed Azeez
A Review of the Technical Construction in Shihab Al-Deen Ibn Al-Khallouf’s Poetry

Dr Haitham Sabah Hasan
Integrated Multi-Database Information Systems

Dr Mazen Hameid Mahmood
The Organisational Culture and Organisational Loyalty, and Its Impact in Empowering the Workers in Anbar Governorate Health Sector

Dr Mudher Hraiz Mahmood
International & Iraqi Law in Relationship to Refugees Seeking Asylum in Iraq

Dr Hassan U. Musa
Influence of the Remedial Method for Master Learning & Direction Towards the Islamic Education subject upon Sixth Grade Students

Dr Ja'afar Abed Alrasoul Abed
Reviewing the legislation against terrorism in Iraq and Other Arab Countries against the requirements of Islamic Legislation

Dr Ibrahim Kamara
The Effect of Free Health Care for Pregnant Women, Lactating Mothers and Under Five Children on Health Service Delivery in Moyamba District in Sierra Leone

Dr Cosmas Kanhai
Stabilizing Banking Systems within Dollarized Economies: Lessons for Euro-Zone Countries

Dr Manea Farea Alhaj M. Al-Maslami
Reviewing the Leadership Curriculum of the Yemen Higher Military Academy from an Islamic Education Perspective

Dr Mohammed Ali Mohammed Moqbel Alnedhri
The Offer and Disclosure in Financial Reports of Yemeni Banks and Financial Establishments and the Extent of their Compliance with the International Standards (Field Study)

Dr Khaled Shmsen Esmael Dabaen
Analysis of Trends in the Yemeni Banking Customers Towards Electronic Banking Methods - Applied Study on Banks Operating in the Yemeni City of Taiz

Dr Ahmad H. Abid
Measuring the Possibility of Applying the Responsibility Accounting System as a Tool of Control and Performance Evaluation - Selected Sample of Service Ministries in the Republic of Iraq.

Dr Mohammed H. Assaf
Management of Organizational Conflict & Its Impact in Strategic Change of Organization / Applicable Study in General Directorate of Anbar Governorate

Dr Thair Sami Rasheed Al-Rubaie
Analysis of Shift Registers Stream Cipher Cryptosystems

Dr Rasheed F. Yahya
Evaluating the Science Teachers Performance in Iraq Kurdistan Region in Light of the Effective Teaching Methods

Dr Dawood Salman Ja’afar
The Fundamentals of Personality Building in Iraqi Television Drama

Dr Abdul Kareem Naji Abbood
Economic Feasibility Techniques Study and Its Importance in the Implementation of Roads and Bridges Projects in Iraq

Dr Emad Kh. Ismail
Presumption of Innocence in Criminal Affirmation (Comparative Study)

Dr Shaymaa Younus Kadhim
The Effect of Cash Liquidity in Banks Performance Level Standard and Analytical Study on Some of Iraqi Trading Banks for the Period of 1997-2011

Dr Hisham Abdulabass Mohammed
The Relationship between the Requirements of Consumer Protection and Criteria Efficiency of Food and Their Influence on Case of Food Poisoning - Analysis Study for Opinions from Workers in Private Iraqi Health Sector

Dr Amer S. Naji
Solutions of Continuous and Discrete Time Lyapunov Linear Operator Equations & Its Applications

Dr Nagat Shokor Mahamod
Comparison Between Recognition and Recall in Measuring Short-Term Memory and Long-Term Memory in Light of Psychometric Characteristics Upon the Three Concluded Study Stage Classes

Dr Nooria Abd Mohammed
The Effects of Foreign Investment in the Arabic Local Investment Future - An Analytical Measurement Study for Some of the Arabic Gulf States for the Period from 1992-2010

Dr Sabeh Abdalla Gulam
The American Hegemony in Arabian Region 1945 - 2003

Dr Ali Tayeh Masoud
Impact of Training in Building Up the Leadership Administration Capabilities - An Empirical Study in General Company for Electrical Industries / Baghdad

Dr Hadi Athab Salman
The Role of the Contemporary Leadership Styles in the Achievement of the Organisational Commitment - Analytical Study of the Opinions of a Sample of Senior Managerial Leaderships in Iraqi Industrial Companies

Dr Batool Kamil Misher
Moslems' Geographers & Explorers in Belad Al-Sham During the Two Centuries 12-13 G Corresponding to 6-7 Hijry

Dr Ghazi G. Madhoosh Alrubaie
A Study on Common Rivers Between Iraq & Iran in Light of International Law

Dr Waleed Hameed Rashid
Social Responsibility of Private Sector Banks in Iraq in the Relationship Framework Between Intellectual Capital and Monetary Capital

Dr Ala’a Hashim Hussen
Determine Criminal Responsibility and Justification for the Establishment of the International Criminal Court

Dr Hasan Falhi Hussein
The Exegeses Upon the Twentieth Century Thinkers

Dr Fakhri Sadkhan Shnian Fthala AlAkeeli
Examining Lexical and Grammatical Difficulties Encountered by Iraqi Students in Learning English as a Foreign Language

Dr Nayed Sultan Sllam Almshreky
Human Resources Information Systems in Banks Operating in the Republic of Yemen Among Theoretical Imagination and Practical Reality (Analytical and Comparative Study)

Dr Abdalmaneem A. Mohammed
A Comparative Study of the Rules of Declaration in Civil Proof Between Islamic Doctrine and Iraqi Law

Dr Abdul Munaim Kadhim Abdul Munaim
Comparing the Quality Control System Used by Baghdad Municipality Against ISO Certification Standards

Dr Uchenna Ogbu
An Investigation into the Effect of Corporate Governance Regulation on a Developing Country's Stock Exchange - Comparative Study of the Nigerian Stock Exchange

Dr Eluu Vincent Ogbonnia
Causes and Effects of High Labour Turnover in a Depressed Economy

Dr Nnaocha Ifeanyi Cajetan
Impact Assessment of British Colonial Economic Activities on The Gambia (1816- 1994)

Dr Joseph Friday Mekiliuwa
Motivation as a Management Tool for Higher Productivity in Organisations: A Case Study of Central Securities and Clearing System Limited, Lagos Nigeria- Financial Market Infrastructure (FMI), the Clearing and Settlement System of the Nigerian Capital Market

Dr Modher T. Majeed
Comparing International Human Rights Laws with National and Constitutional Law - An Iraq Perspective

Dr Wafa Abdel Hussein Kadhim
Teaching Mathematics According to Active Education Method & Its Effect on the Studying of the Vocational Class Student & Developing Their Inferential Thinking in Diyala Governorate Iraq

Dr Hussein Jalal Yousef
Using Art Education Model From Role Playing Games for Students in Primary School From an Iraq Perspective

Dr Yaseen Omal Salih
The Impact of the Use of Guided Discovery Method in Learning and Improving the Level of Basic Technical Skills in the Football Game on the Faculty of Physical Education Third Phase Students - Mosul / Iraq

Dr Mohammad Jawad Kadham
The Impact of the Management Information System in the Processes of the Implementing the Projects of the Ministry of Construction and Housing

Dr Jaffar Ibraheem Haji
The Impact of Electoral Systems in the Political Stability – Iraq as a Model 2005 - 2010

Dr Haruna Mohammed Jumare
The Effects of Privatization of Public Enterprises in Nigeria

Dr Christian N. Onyegbule
The Challenges of Tax Revenue Maximization in Nigeria through Voluntary Tax Compliance: The Role of Self-Assessment

Dr Abbas Habib Nassr Shammari
Possibility of Fighting the Ommatissus Lybicus Deberg by using Thimethoxam through the Injection Method by Application Program (IPM)

Dr Jalil Ibrahim Mahmood
Dimensions and Areas of Consumer Protection in Iraq - An Economical and Analytical Study of a Sample of Students in the Faculties of Administration, Economics, Law and Politics in Kirkuk University

Dr Mohammed Hamoud Albkri
Applicable Problems for Investment Formats in the Yemeni Islamic Banks

Dr Adil Abrahim Adham 
Administrative Organisation in the Federal State in Iraq as a Model

Dr Kadhem Abed Deif
The Treatment of Human Rights During Conflicts: A Comparison Between Islamic Law and International Law

Dr Naeem Yasir Salman
High Security and Efficient Information Hiding System


Dr Fareed Omar Mahmood
The Effect of Active Learning on the Achievement and the Mathematical Thinking and its Retention in Mathematics in the Intermediate year School

Dr Menawer Abid Hamad
The Integrated Management for Water Resources
in Al-Anbar Governorate

Dr Aqela A. Saeed
The Effects of American Imposed Constitution on Iraqi Society 2006 - 2014

Dr Moussa Fadel Abbas
Bank Credit Risks in Iraq & Role of Mortgage in Protecting the Bank from It - Comparative Study

Dr Patrick Chukwuemeka Okolo
Mergers and Acquisitions: An Imperative for the Nigerian Banking Industry?

Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies

The St Clements University's Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies degree is a research degree that accepts the Koran as the Authority of Allah's word in writing. All research dissertation are available for inspection in the University's Library.

Dr Ahmad Abdulwahab Majeed Penjweni
The Message of the Holy Koran through it's names and attributes

Dr Khaled Abdullah Abdulnabi Al-Sakkaf

Imam Neshwan Alhemeree, the Jurist


Dr Mohammed Hamood Abdul Rahman Al-Ahdal
The Jurisprudence of the Dialogue in the Holy Koran and Its Impact on the Achievement of the Purposes of Islamic Law – Objective Study

Dr Sattar Flaih Hasan
Linguistics & Syntax Direction of Holy Koran Readings in Interpreting Al-Tabrasi Data Academic Collections (Deceased 548H) for PhD in Islamic Studies

Dr Najm Abed Moslem Hashem
Curricula of Holy Koran Explanation

Dr Ahmed Mohammed Soliman Al-Ahdal
Theory of the Commands and Prohibition and their Impact on the Jurisprudence Derived from Al-Zahrawayn

Dr Aref Anwer Noor Mohamed
Purposes in Islamic Jurisprudence – Acts of worship - Transactions, Limits of Legitimacy and felonies

Dr Alaa M. Hassan
The Four Mosques and Their Influences on Building the Arabic Islamic Community until the Year 132H

Dr Khaled Mohammed Gaid Abdullah
Islamic Studies Fiqh (Jurisprudence) & Its Foundations (Trades & Professions)

Dr Delshad A. Hamad
Verses Including Patience Subjects in the Holy Koran Expressions.

Dr Khalifa Menwer Mosa
The Descent of the Holy Koran from the First (Hegira) Year to the Eleventh (Hegira) Year.

Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Studies

The St Clements University's Doctor of Philosophy in Christianity degree is a research degree that accepts that the written scriptures or Bible alone represents the incorruptible truth and an authoritative record that God has given His people. All research dissertation are available for inspection in the University's Library.

Dr Anke Brand
An Exegetical Interpretation Of The Esoteric Powers Working Through Fantasy Role-playing Games as a Catechism of the Occult

Dr Susanna Francina Maria de Lange
Expounding Deliverance From a Biblical Perspective Deriving From Supreme Spiritual Warfare

Dr Hendrik Petrus Nagel
Expounding the Ultimate Defilement and the Abuse of the Mouthpiece Pertaining of the Spoken Word of God and the Way to Effective Witnessing Out of Bondage and Sexual Perversion Via Spiritual Warfare, Inner Healing and Deliverance

Dr Susanna Langeveldt
Expounding the Spiritual and Emotional Significance Pertaining to the Human Endeavour in Art Through the Ages Holding that Arts does not Lie

Dr Marilize van der Walt
The Phenomenological Strategies of Supernaturalism Pertaining to the Corruption and Destruction of the Human Mind through Powers and Mind Control.

Dr Pieter Willem Malan
Expounding the Exegetical Reality and Hidden Meaning of Biblical Scripture as Seen in Both the Old and New Testament.

Dr Leandri Black
An Exposé of the Methods and Strategies used by Satan and His Principalities to Recruit Post-Modern Youth to Evil, Supernaturalism by Defiling and Corrupting the Image of Christ within Them.

Dr Ursula Steyn
An Exegetical Exposition on the Spiritual and Psychological Warfare of Abuse Pertaining to Trauma.

Dr Paul Johannes Nel
An Eschatological Consideration of the possible Limits of God’s Grace, related to God’s Righteousness, Love and Wrath, pertaining to beings created in His own image and also others, such as Hybrid Beings, Aliens and Nephilim.

Dr Elizabeth Nel
An Exegetical Exposition on a Rootless Society and the Birth of a New Generation and Upliftment of Families Through the Enhancement of the Role Women Play in South Africa.

Dr Aletta Catharina Maria Fouche
An Exegetical Exposition on Spiritual and Demonic Warfare Pertaining to Insanity and Psychosis.

Dr Ronell van der Walt
Freedom Through Deliverance Pertaining to Bloodlines, Opression, The Gutter of Lies, Sin, Shame, Guilt and Unbelief Leading the Body of Christ into Apostolic Counselling.

Dr Ciska Arendt
Divergent Thinking: Undergirding the Concept of the Human Heart in Spirit, Soul and Body.

Dr Marilize McDonald
Intimacy with the Triune God and its Consequences in Dealing with the Destruction of Satan’s Vices through Spiritual, Demonic and Territorial Warfare throughout the History of Humankind.

Doctor of Christian Counselling

Dr Louise van Coller
A profound study of the substance, innermost nature and deepest recesses of the heart of a woman, within the purpose for which she was created as part of the Bride of Christ.

Dr Ester Melindie Malan
Grief and the Search for Meaning, Through the Eye2Eye Biblical Counselling Internet Self-Help Model.

Doctor of Management

The Doctor of Management degree is a post Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) degree. Graduates with a MBA, EMBA or equivalent degree complete an Independent Study Project designed to improve their management knowledge.

2016 Doctor of Management Graduates
2015 Doctor of Management Graduates
2013 Doctor of Management Graduates
2012 Doctor of Management Graduates
2009 Doctor of Management Graduates

2007 Doctor of Management Graduates
2006 Doctor of Management Graduates
2005 Doctor of Management Graduates

2004 Doctor of Management Graduates
2003 Doctor of Management Graduates

2002 Doctor of Management Graduates
2001 Doctor of Management Graduates

2000 Doctor of Management Graduates

1999 Doctor of Management Graduates

1998 Doctor of Management Graduates

2016 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Hajara Ibrahim Salim
Dissertation: "A Comparative Assessment of Women Participation in Management and Policy Making in Nigeria and South Africa."

2015 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Lovette Chinyel-Ojih Ilobi
Dissertation: "Capacity Building and the Challenges of Manpower Utilization: An Overview of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, Abuja."

2013 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Nawash Hameed A. Al-Suqour
Dissertation: "The Use of ISO Certification in Jordan for Quality Control – Developing a Quality System for Education Qualifications in Jordan."

2012 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Pantaleo Mark Kitali
Dissertation: "How Management Effects the Running of Coffee Co-operatives in Kilimanjaro Region - Tanzania."

2009 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Haruna Mohammed Jumare
Dissertation: "Reforms and Privatization of Public Enterprises in Nigeria and Its Effect on the Economy."

Dr Thompson Oludare Sunday
Dissertation: "The Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and Organisational Effectiveness: A Study of Selected Banks in Nigeria."

Dr Ibrahim Ramat Hassan
Dissertation: "The Insurance Industry and Nigerian Economic Development: A Case Study of Three Selected Insurance Companies in Nigeria."

2007 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Kwame Osei-Owusu
Dissertation: "Challenges for Merchant Bank (Ghana) Limited over the next decade."

Dr Gabriel Ijirvihi Udendeh
Dissertation: "Entrenching Good Corporate Governance in the Nigerian Banking System: The Role of the Central Bank of Nigeria."

Dr Rosaline Apenesomi Mamedu
Dissertation: "Evaluation of Factors Affecting Training, Effectiveness and Personnel Performance in Organisations."

Dr Jethro Mangam Akun
Dissertation: "An Evaluation of Manpower Development and Organizational Performance in the Public Sector: A Case Study of the National Veterinary Research Institute, (N.V.R.I) Vom, Plateau State - Nigeria."

Dr Oyebanji Akinola Ogunbiyi
Dissertation: "The Place of Human Resources Policy, Structures and Procedures in Corporate Achievement: The Case of Eleganza Industries Limited - Nigeria."

Dr Abubakar Sadiq Sani
Dissertation: "Analysis of Low-Income Housing in Kano - Nigeria."

Dr Mbanongon Kurugh Antiev
Dissertation: "Motivating Church Leaders for Effective Church Management: A Case Study of N.K.S.T Church - Kaduna."

Dr Yaw Gyima-Larbi
Dissertation: "Corporate Strategy, Business Environment and Performance: The Case Study of Two Ghanaian Banks (Ghana Commercial Bank and Barclays Bank of Ghana)."

Dr Opio Stanley
Dissertation: "Decentralisation in Uganda I.E.: The effects of Decentralisation in the Delivery of Government's Services in Uganda."

2006 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Frederick H. Musa
Dissertation: "Public Procurement in Developing Countries: The Sierra Leone Senerio."

Dr Isaac Inugharo Osamwonyi
Dissertation: "Transformation of Nigerian State owned Enterprises to Organizational Quality and Excellence."

Dr Lydia Tee Hwee Lin
Dissertation: "Crisis Recovery in Times of High Volatility during Globalization and Post Globalization in the Second and Third World of Asia."

Dr Choo Jin Jie
Dissertation: "The Impact of Economic Globalization of Businesses, Marketing, Lifestyles and the Environment."

Dr Wong Boon Keat
Dissertation: "Global Effect from Spiritual Upgradation and New China Unique Economy Expansion in the Globalisations."

Dr Richard Sisa
Dissertation: "The Development of Corporate Governance in East Africa, with particular reference to Tanzania."

2005 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Henry Chipuka
Dissertation: "Challenges of Management to the Banking Industry in Zambia."

Dr Willson Lin Wei Hsien
Dissertation: "The Implementation of Principles of Sound Corporate Governance within Organizations."

Dr Michael B. T. Faulkner
Dissertation: "Why Business Fail: with special reference to Sierra Leone."

Dr Emad Sheikh
Dissertation: "Interpretation and Analysis of Data: The performance of MCB after Privatization."

Dr Mohamed Yamba Bangura
Dissertation: "Developing an education program for developing agency managers in developing countries: A case study of Sierra Leone."

Dr Nigaite Nkomo Chimbandi
Dissertation: "Management education for non-governmental organisations in Africa should be generic or specific?"

Dr Allen Lunn
Dissertation: "Knowledge Management in Small Business Units: A Competitive Edge."

2004 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Gertrude Mwango Kondolo
Dissertation: "A critical examination of the impact of gender violence on the lives of girl children."

Dr Umar Farouq Galadima
Dissertation: "Working Capital Financing: An Assessment of Selected Small and Medium Scale Enterprises."

Dr Odibo Macdonald I.A.
Dissertation: "The effect of employees' motivation on performance in a governmental organization: A study of Nigerian's National Assembly - Abuja."

Dr David I. Imosemi
Dissertation: "Human Resources Development as a Catalyst for Effective Management Performance in Nigeria: A Case Study of National Assembly Office."

2003 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Margaret I. Kabuoh
Dissertation: "The Effect of Advertising on Consumer Buying Behaviour."

Dr Austin Ejaife
Dissertation: "The Financial Management of the Small Enterprise."

Dr Kee Kiok Yong
Dissertation: "Challenges Facing Tourism Development in Singapore and Their Impact on Related Businesses - With Special References: To Singapore Discovery Centre."

Dr Henry Saccoi
Dissertation: "Management of the Power Sector in Sierra Leone: A Case Study: The National Power Authority (NPA)."

Dr Andrew Ssemwanga
Dissertation: "Performance evaluation of Company Boards and Directors in Uganda."

Dr Dev Anand Haman
Dissertation: "How Globalisation will affect management practices in Africa."

Dr Herman Afandi Bin Abdullah
Dissertation: "IT Management in the Health Care Industry."

Dr Eliakim Ezendu
Dissertation: "Factors Affecting Length of Service in Organizations."

Dr Haruna Simmons
Dissertation: "A Assessment of Revenue rights and fiscal jurisdiction of local governments in Nigeria"

Dr Jonathan India Garba
Dissertation: "A study of transportation problems and their effect on National Defence in Nigeria."

Dr Sani Abubakar Lugga
Dissertation: "Problems of Conflict Management in Hausaland - Nigeria."

Dr Rabiu Umar Muhammad
Dissertation: "The Contribution of Financial Institutions in the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME/s) in Nigeria."

2002 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Lim Ai Chong
Dissertation: "Review Islam in a Malaysian content, with reference to the economy, politics and society."

Dr Ndubuisi John Ekekwe
Dissertation: "Information Technology as a Banking Competitive Strategy: A case study of Diamond Bank Limited."

Dr Ibrahim Habu Sule
Dissertation: "A Comparative Survey of Credit Management in Nigerian Commercial Banks."

Dr Success S. S. Fadipe
Dissertation: "Church Awareness and Practice of Total Quality Management in Nigeria."

Dr Mohammadu Aliyu Mustapha
Dissertation: "A Survey of Changes and Their Effects in the Nigerian Railways."

Dr Heinrich Franz Eduard Jantzen
Dissertation: "How to use Strategic Conversation as a Power Tool of Change."

2001 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Tan Lai Seng
Dissertation: "Cross Cultural Management Issues and Challenges of Working with Foreigners for Global Managers in Malaysia."

Dr Tan Yin Yang @ Sin Hui Yang
Dissertation: "A Critical Review and Application of Corporate strategy and Crisis Management in Volatile Situation."

Dr Fong Swee Suan
Dissertation : "An Overview Of The Management Structure And Datok Culture Management Style Of The Feudal Governmental And Political Machinery Of Malaysia From The First Quarter Of 15th Century To The Contemporary Models Today."

Dr Fong Yong Chau
Dissertation: "Global Corporate Investment & Strategic Management - Mixed Culture & Crisis Management in Asia."

Dr Lim Kin Fatt
Dissertation: "An Overview of What The Malaysian Chief Executive, Managers and Operation Workers Can Do During The Recent Global Market Demand Slowdown."

Dr Ho Him Wah
Dissertation: "A Review on Decision Making and Strategy Review for Decision-Maker in Malaysian to Fight for Survival in the Fast Changing Environment."

Dr Moo Chung Hean
Dissertation: "Inventory Crisis Management in Malaysia".

Dr Kam Haw Why Chin
Dissertation: "A Critical Review of Change Management to Meet the Challenges and Survival of the Competitive Organization".

Dr Moo Hai Leong
Dissertation: "Population Aging Management in Malaysia."

Dr Tan Yin Huang
Dissertation: "A Critical Review of the Benefits of Strategic Information System and Information Technology Adopted by Multinational Company."

Dr Tan Boon Siong
Dissertation: "A Critical Review and Analysis of Organization Behavior and Culture and its Effects on Malaysia Organization".

Dr Henry Ranatunga
Dissertation: "Management of excellence practices of corporations listed on the main Board of Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange in Malaysia".

Dr Lim Meng Ming
Dissertation: "To Develop a Business Strategy Plan for Semi Precision Stamping Industry to face the Challenge of AFTA Implementation."

Dr Robert Etim Ekpo
Dissertation: "A Study of Nigerian Commercial Banks Staff Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Marketing Strategies."

Dr Jude Ndubueze Akagbusum
Dissertation: "Effectiveness of Commercial Banks in the Next Millennium."

Dr James Olie Anigabor
Dissertation: "The Effects of Maritime Policies on Economic Growth (Development)."

Dr George Anson Kunjan
Dissertation: "Public Enterprises in Malaysia with Special Reference to Public Enterprises in Sabah."

Dr Saidu Balarabe Samaila
Dissertation: "A Study of the Crises in Nigerian Banks."

2000 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Paul Kamara
Dissertation: "To Analyse the requirement for a Private University to gain Registration in Sierra Leone."

Dr Adeniyi  Afolabi Balogun
Dissertation: "Productivity improvement applications in public-sector organisations - A case study."

Dr David Tor Iordaah
Dissertation: "Change process in First Bank Nigeria P/c: Repositioning for the 21st Century."

Dr Ngui Siew Ling
Dissertation: "Quality Management System for Contractors".

Dr Tan Yow Hoo
Dissertation: "Establishment of a Modern Tropical Plywood Manufacturing Complex in Sarawak, Malaysia."

1999 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Francis G Juieng Nyahon
Dissertation:  " How Malaysian Learn in Sarawak Shell Bhd/Sabath Petroleum Company (SSB/SSPC) and The Impact of Organisational Structure and Practices on Learning in the Workplace."

1998 Doctor of Management Graduates

Dr Tan You
Dissertation: "Management Directions of snack Foods Factory."
and mini thesis "Critical marketing analysis of Mamee-Double Decker(M) Berhad - (Malacca Factory)."

Doctor of Business Administration

Dr Lau Wai Kuen
Dissertation: "Relating Capital Budgeting Decision Under Risk and Uncertainty To Personal Experience."

Dr Chan Shiu Yin Elex ** Collin Le Cornu Golden Award **
Dissertation: "A Study of Retail Investors in Hong Kong on the Factors that have Direct Impact to their Investment Decisions in Hong Kong Stock Market."

Dr Cheung Kwok Wah
Dissertation: "Customer Satisfaction of Mobile Phone Users in Dongguan China."

Dr Chung Wan Ming
Dissertation: "Job Satisfaction of Engineers : The Case of a Household Appliance Manufacturer in Shenzhen China."

DBA in Financial Management

Dr Thavamani Thevy Arumugam
Dissertation: "Relating Capital Budgeting Decision Under Risk and Uncertainty To Personal Experience."

Dr Abdul Karim Bangura
Dissertation: "Assessing the Impact of Procurement in Managing an Organisation : A Case Study of National Commission for social Action, Sierra Leone (NaCSA-SL)."

Dr Maurice Alex Muhwezi-Murari
Dissertation: "A Critical Examination of the Budgeting Procedures and Budget Execution in Uganda Local Governments: The Case of Kabale District."

Dr Gapira Ngbo Uzziel - ch
Dissertation: "Critical Success Factors in Operational Commerce Management in Small and Medium sized Enterprises in Kigali - Rwanda."

Dr Opoku Fofie - ch
Dissertation: "Using the Balanced Scorecard as a Mechanism for Measuring Performance Management in the Public Sector Organisations: A Case Study of Ministry of Health - Ghana."

Dr Patrick Sarkodie
Dissertation: "An Empirical Study of the Discounting Cash Flow Model:- A Case Study of St Michael Hospital (SMH), Kumasi."

Doctor of Business Management

Dr Joseph Friday Mekiliuwa - ch
Dissertation: "The Impact of Occupational Stress on Employee Performance"

Dr Christopher Mbi Ojong - ch
Dissertation: "Reputation Building: A Comparison Study of the Implications of CSR Policies Versus Societal Perception - A Case Study of Royal Dutch Shell’s Corporate Citizenship in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria."

Dr Augustine Mannah Sowa - ch
Dissertation: "The Role and Impact of Non Governmental Organizations in the Production of Goods and Services in Post-Conflict Settings - A Study of CARE International in Sierra Leone."

Dr Hassan Mohammad Backeer - ch
Dissertation: "Why Has E-Learning Failed So Far? How to Make it a Success?"

Dr Daniel Tabeng Tata - ch
Dissertation: "The Impact of Road Infrastructure on the Logistics Distribution of FMCG (Fast-Moving Consumer Goods) in the North-West Region of Cameroon."

Doctor of Law

Dr Abdulkadir Mohamed Aboud
Dissertation: "The Partnership of Tanganyika and Zanzibar - A Marriage or a Union - Between Two States."

Doctor of Education

Dr Richard Roest
Dissertation:
"The Effects of Different Teaching and Learning Methods on English Language Learning from a Vietnamese Perspective."

Dr Stuart Grant Colesky
Dissertation:
"Global Trends in a Specialised Education Area - Public versus Private Education within the Gulf Cooperation Council and their Trends."

Dr Brian Murray Johnson
Dissertation:
"Emergency Evacuation Planning for Expatriate Teachers Working in International Schools."

Doctor of Science

Dr Don Bryant Hargis - ch
Dissertation
: "Heat as Thermal Energy Responses from Surfaces and Near Surfaces of Materials."

Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa)

Dr Ho Tak Kwong
Evidence of this contribution has been his active senior membership of a multitude of international accounting and management bodies including the following: Chartered Global Management Accountant of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Fellow Member of the Chartered Management Institute and Professional Managers of the Hong Kong Management Association, Chartered Accountant with England, Wales and Malaysian Institute of Accountants, Certified Practising Accountant with CPA Australia, Fellow Member of The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Fellow Member of The Association of International Accountants, and Fellow Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Dr Wong Yuen Yee
Evidence of this contribution has been her establishment of UPMG and China Health Care Corporation and work with The University Hospital in Macau in developing a clinic offering advanced medical beauty service and treatment.

Dr Wong Yee Ping Ann
Evidence of this contribution has been her role as Sales Director of Unimax where in the period 1989-1993 she achieved 500% sales growth. She later started International Partners which marketed tailor made high end wooden toy products for the European market. In 1998 she established Think & Act Strategic Co., Ltd. which exports eco-friendly educational wooden toys worldwide.

Dr So Chung Shing Michael
Evidence of this contribution has been his roles as Honorable Chairman of the International American University (2012-2015), Honorary Advisor of China Business Manager Association, Special Consultant of Hong Kong Lingnan Univeristy EMBA Course and Director of Education for Hong Kong Chamber of Insurance Intermediaries.

Dr Wong Yao Wing Robert
Evidence of this contribution has been his leadership roles in a number of Hong Kong corporations including: Expert System Company Ltd., HealthAnswers Asia Pte. Ltd., Inno-tech Holdings Ltd., United Premier Medical Group Ltd., G-Suite Holdings Ltd. and his role in promoting Corporate Volunteering.

Dr Ng Kim Ling
Evidence of this contribution has been her work as Knight Commander in charge of charity events with the Order of St John, Hong Kong Chapter and being one of the top 12 volunteers for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.  

Dr Lau Chun Wai
Evidence of this contribution has been his securing of clients current assets for creating future wealth and facilitating clients various financial needs during their life cycle through planning cash flow management for education, retirement and business succession.

Professor Dr Omotunde Oluseyi Ademuyiwa Fasanya
Professor Fasanya is a Veterinarian and a Professor of Animal Production, Department of Animal Production, School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria. His academic qualifications include: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from A.B.U., Zaria in 1980, M.Sc. (Reproduction) from A.B.U., Zaria in 1985, Ph.D. (Reproduction) from A.B.U., Zaria in 1991, and Diploma in Theology from A.B.U., Zaria in 2004. Prof. Fasanya has received several awards including Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association Prize for Best Student in clinics in 1980, Pfizer Travel Fellowship Award in 1988, Fellow of The Royal Society of Health, London in 1986, World Conference on Animal Production (WCAP) Travel Scholarship, Canada in 1993 and he is a Member of Nigerian Society for Animal Production (MNSAP). He has published over 40 articles. His recent textbook on Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals for students of Agriculture, first edition 2015, is published by The Academic Publishing Unit of The Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria. 

HRH Dr Alhaji Muhammadu Barkindo Aliyu Musdafa
His Royal Highness, Alh. Muhammadu Barkindo Aliyu Musdafa Ph.D, CFR is the Lamido of Adamawa. He was appointed Chancellor University of Benin in July, 2010 by His Excellency Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, President and Commander-in-chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2010.  HRH. Alh. Muhammadu Barkindo Aliyu Musdafa was conferred with National Honour of Commander Federal Republic (CFR) by His Excellency Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, President and Commander-in-Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on 14th November, 2011. He was also a delegate at the 2014 National Conference Abuja. He was re-appointed Chancellor Federal University of Technology, Owerri early 2015. He was appointed Civil Commissioner by defunct Gongola State Government and served in that capacity in the Ministries of Works and that of Animal Health for 4 years from 1979 – 1983. He has served as Director and Chairman of several organisations including Sterling Civil Engineering Nigeria Limited from 1991 – 2003; National Engineering and Technical Company a subsidiary of NNPC from 1991 – 1993; Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) from 2003 – 2005. HRH. Alh. Muhammadu Barkindo Aliyu Musdafa was turbanned as the Chiroma Adamawa by his late Father Lamido Adamawa Alh. Dr Aliyu Musdafa in 1980.

 

HRM Dr George Oshiapi Egabor
His Royal Majesty Dr George Oshiapi Egabor, Justice of Peace (JP), Ambassador of Peace (Amb. P), Traditional Ruler, Officer of the Order of the Niger, Industrialist, Professional Accountant, Chartered Secretary and Administrator, Management Expert, Philanthropist, and an Academic, is currently the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council of Usman Dan Fodio Federal University, Sokoto, Nigeria and a member of the Committee of Pro-Chancellors and Chairmen of Governing Councils of Universities in Nigeria. He is also the Grand Patron of Joint Faith Peace Initiative and an Honorary Citizen of the State of Georgia, USA since 2005. He was honoured with the National Award of the OFFICE OF THE ORDER OF THE NIGER (OON) by His Excellency, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on November 14, 2011. He was appointed Justice of the Peace by the Edo State Government in 1994. He has received several Chieftaincy Titles before being appointed the Traditional Ruler of Weppa Wanno Kingdom in Etsako East Local Government Area of Edo State in August 2002. He was appointed an Ambassador of Peace of the United Nations in December 2014 and is also a recipient of Men of Achievement Award in Business.

 

Dr John G. Llewellyn
Evidence of this contribution has been his active senior membership of the following bodies: Licentiate of the College of Preceptors, Ordinary Fellow Member of Keele University, Fellow Member of the Faculty of Professional, Business and Technical Management, Fellow Member of the Society of Business Practitioners, Fellow Member of the Institute of Management Specialists, Member of the British Institute of Management, Licentiate of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Fellow Member of the Institution of Analysts and Programmers, Fellow Member of the Institute of Business Administration and Fellow Member of the Institute of Professional Financial Managers.

Dr Sun Chi Yin
Evidence of this contribution has been his work in the areas of Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems, Automated Guide Vehicles, Fast Moving Consumer Goods and Supply Chain Management in Hong Kong and China. He is also recognised as an Honorable Fellow of International Transport & Logistics Association, Chartered Manager of Canadian Chartered Institute of Business Administration, Certified Project Management Professional, Certified Quality Manager, Certified Trainer of International Transportation and Logistics in Asia. Dr Sun Chi Yin holds professional memberships in the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Warehouse Education and Research Council, The Society of International Logistics and American Society for Quality. He is the Vice Chairman of Institute of Supply Chain Management Hong Kong and principal consultant of Guangzhou Productivity Council, China.

Dr Chan Ho Yin
Evidence of this contribution is his work as Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Yat Fai Logistics Group. He has created and implemented the company’s vision, mission and overall direction whilst leading the development and implementation of the overall company’s strategy. His duties include formulating and implementing strategic plans, guiding the direction of the business as well as overseeing the complete operation of these established strategic plans. Dr Chan Ho Yin works with the management team to satisfy consumer needs, develops and nurtures new and existing customers, partnerships, strategic alliances and other market opportunities. He has strong leadership qualities and is responsible for overall finance performance, budgeting and projections, accounting, human resource and administration issues.

Dr Lai Wai Yip
Evidence of this contribution is his use of Information Technology, being Director of Hong Kong Startup Foundation, President of Education & Policy Development Bureau & Vice President of Kingviews Solutions (HK) Limited and Chief Executive Officer of Starkliving International Co. Ltd. He is a leader of a group of 49 companies and encourages hundreds of young people to develop management careers within them.

Dr Qi Liu
Evidence of this contribution has been his partnership in developing Shenzhen famous “Roast Chicken” chain, introducing Qingdao Beer to Hong Kong and Macao markets, promoting leading designer brands to the Chinese marketplace. He also established a partnership to raise the “Guangzhou-Foshan VC funds” industrial investment funds owned by SASAC and is advisor for Shenzhen Incubation Corporation.

Dr Chong Tin Tsz
Evidence of this contribution is her work with scientists to develop a pure cosmetic product range called Dr P. These beauty products use the highest standard of Chinese herbs and certification from EU as a health product. As a healthcare practitioner Dr Chong established the Energy Holistics Natural Therapy Healthy LifeStyle Treatment Centre promoting natural therapy including spa treatment, limber massage, nutriment, aroma therapy, beauty treatment and more.

Dr Lai Kwok Chiu
Evidence of this contribution is his position as owner of Blessin Group, Chairman of Victor Com Holding Ltd., Vice Chairman of Hong Kong SME Confederation, Founding Chairman of Yau Tsim Mong Lions Club and Vice Chairman of Yau Tsim Mong Federation of Chamber of Commerce. Dr Lai Kwok Chiu is also the Deputy Director of the Boys Scout Association in Sau Mau Ping, Founding Chairman of Hong Kong Outstanding Chinese Association (Greater China Region), an Honorary Citizen of Inner Mongolia and an Honorary Economic Advisor of Shantung Province.

Dr Pang Cheung Hi Jack
Evidence of this contribution is his work as Chairman of Chaisentomg Pharmaceutical Factory Limited and Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner with Chaisentomg Chinese Health Centers developing many famous brands of Chinese herbal products. He works with a number of medical organisations, is a lifetime volunteer of the Chinese Doctors Association and Hong Kong Lions Club and has donated thousands of medicines to needy recipients and other free health services to his local community.

Dr Li Chun Ling
Evidence of this contribution is her work as Chairperson and General Manager of Guangxi Bo Lin Enterprise Accounting Services Co. Ltd. where she combined her legal and accounting knowledge to offer multi-discipline legal taxation, accounting and investment advice to clients. Dr Li Chun Ling has also worked as General Manger of Easy Loan Feng Investment Co. providing businesses with private lending, Human Resources Co. Ltd. and Accounting Training School providing employment for personnel, social workers and finance and accounting graduates.

Dr Oknha Nam Srun
Evidence of this contribution has been his work as Chairperson of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Nam Srun Group and Vice President of the Cambodian Chamber of Commerce. In these roles he has demonstrated high understanding of the principles of Business Administration.

Dr Chhorn Sanath
Evidence of this contribution was his work in getting foreign investment in Cambodia and offering scholarships to Cambodian students.

Dr Chi Gosaly
Evidence of this contribution has been his work in micro finance and banking, importing and exporting agricultural products and property investment, thus setting an example for other business people on how to help Cambodia develop.

Dr Mao Sophal
Evidence of this contribution has been his work as a Senior Officer at the Cambodia Ministry of Commerce and a Deputy Director of the Department of Hygiene Water at the Ministry of Industry and Handicrafts. He has demonstrated a high understanding of the principles of Business Administration.

Dr Mao Sovannarith
Evidence of this contribution has been his work as Deputy Chief of Finance at the Cambodia Ministry of National Defense, Cabinet Minister Advisor to the Royal Government of Cambodia and Secretary of State for the Royal Government of Cambodia. He has demonstrated a high understanding of the principles of Business Administration.

Dr Chen Shuogang
Evidence of this contribution has been his work as Chairperson of the Pinjin Holding Group developing its subsidiaries in finance, internet, film, television, sports and general entertainment. It now has 16 different subsidiaries with more than 260 divisions and branches.

 

Doctor of Theology

Dr Manda Barnard - ch
Dissertation: "Exegesis entailing Holy Spirit life transformation concerning the immanence of divine healing."

Dr Andrawus Pilasar Sawa
Dissertation: "A Survey of the Power of the Holy Spirit among Believers in Kaduna Metropolis."


Doctor of Humanities (Honoris Causa)

Dr Ibrahim Kamara
Evidence of this has been his work on Anti-HIV/AIDS and Malaria Health Campaigns in Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Nigeria and Cameroon. He has also developed a Strategic Health Development Plan in Sierra Leone for HIV/AIDS and Malaria. His work on Child Health and Water & Sanitation Programs also demonstrates this important contribution.

Dr H.E. Kong Vimean
Evidence of these contributions in 2016 have been his help in developing an office for the community in Porpok Commune, Storng District, help to improve sewage around the Storng market, helping 78 poor families with gifts, helping 4 poor families purchase zinc roofing for their homes, his assistance in the building of a temple in Chrey Krasaing Village, digging a pond for poor people in Kompong Thom Province, and help in constructing inaugurated Kreng Pagoda in Storng District. In 2015, 2014 and 2012 he made similar contributions to community organisations in Kompong Thom Province.