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Nzikachia Isaac Bami-Yuno

 Member of VSB
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Member Type: Student
Last Login: May 19, 2011
Member Since: May 13, 2011

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Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • National Open University of Nigeria (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, Other, Nigeria)

MERLOT Connections

Contact Information

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Address:
National Open University of Nigeria,
Yola Centre, Adamawa State, Nigeria
Yola Nigeria

Languages

  • English - speaking level (Advanced) - reading level (Superior)

Skills & Interests

Positions

  • Chairman, History Committee (Syndicate Group 5), Pan-Mambilla Conference, 14 November 2004, Bommi, Mambilla, Taraba State, Nigeria (11/2004 - Current) Norr Mambilla Nding, Pan-Mambilla Socio-Cultural Organization

Publications

  • Nzikachia Isaac Bami-Yuno. (fortcoming). Groaning from the Grave: Linguistic Genocide in the Mambilla Region. To be published. Can Merlot assist?.
  • Nzikachia Isaac Bami-Yuno. (Forthcoming book). The Bantu Who Stayed Home: The Mambilla Region in African History. To be published in Nigeria.

Presentations

  • Groaning from the Grave: Linguistic Genocide in the Mambilla Region (Presentation about MERLOT), 05/13/2011
    Paper Presented at the Third Convention of the National Association of Mambilla Students, Bommi (Gembu), Mambilla Plateau, Taraba Nigeria, December 28-29, 2009
  • The Bantu Who Stayed Home: The Mambilla Region in African History (Presentation about MERLOT), 05/02/2011
    A history of the Mambilla Region in the Bantu Borderland of Nigeria and Cameroon and its significance in African history. This region is the representative cradle of the Bantu languages spread over 28 countries of Africa.
  • Mambilla Culture in the 21st Century (Presentation about MERLOT), 12/27/2007
    Paper Presented at the 2nd Convention of the National Association of Mambilla Students, Bommi (Gembu), 27-29 December, 2007