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Emmanuel Ogbonna
Director at Abundance of Blessing Farm Nigeria


“Emmanuel AhamefulaOgbonna is currently working as Director at the Abundance of Blessing Farm Nigeria and partly as an Operator in Global Process and Pipeline Services Limited Nigeria.Emmanuel is in view of his Doctoral degree or PhD. Emmanuel completed his Masters and B.Agric., Soil Chemistry/Mineralogyand Soil Science/Agroclimatology respectively both from Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike. He then worked at the Institute, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, served as part time Lecturer and Lecturer at the College in Abia State College of Health, Umuahia Satellite Campus. Ogbonna has authored several publications in various journals and books. His publications reflect his research interests in amelioration/remediation of soil acidity/contamination, wastes to wealthand organic farming for food security. Emmanuel was also an Associate Editor/Principal Environmental Officer for DOTECON Nigeria Limited. Emmanuel is serving as a member in Association of Soil Science Society of Nigeria. He is currently in charge of ongoing scholarly project on wastes management and food security. Emmanuel is awarded or honored by American Academy of Sciences with the award of 3rd Price, Young Scientist Paper Award of The Eight International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, June 6 – 10, 2016, Houston, Texas, USA.

Agenda Sessions

  • WEST AFRICA: Use of spent grain ash to ameliorate soil acidity and improve the chemical properties of degraded ultisol in Southeastern Nigeria

  • VARIOUS REGIONS IN AFRICA:The Farmers Voice: Driving innovation within soil management and fertigation in Africa