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Louis Lawrence Ngare

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Louis Ngare is a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Yola. He joined the American University of Nigeria, Yola, first as an adjunct in the spring of 2019 as an instructor for philosophy courses in the General Education department, until November 2020 when he was hired as full-time faculty. He has been the administrator of the St. Theresa’s Cathedral for six years where he hosted the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) for over five years and was fully involved in their rehabilitation programmes.

Previously, he was Rector of Bishop Cotter Memorial Seminary Bare, Adamawa State Nigeria during which time he helped and counselled young men who intended to embark on the training to the Catholic priesthood in the art of self-discernment. He was a lecturer in the Philosophy Department at the St. Augustine Major Seminary, Jos, Nigeria, an affiliate of the University of Jos where he taught and moderated quite a number of undergraduate projects in the area of Ethics, African Philosophy, Epistemology and Metaphysics.

He is the author of Politics of Ethnic and Religious Alignments in Nigeria: A Philosophy of liberation for mutual coexistence (2012) and Matters Arising: A Christian Response to the Rise of Islamic Radicalism in North-Eastern Nigeria. (2013). He is currently enrolled on a PhD programme with the University of Jos with a Special research interest in Experimental Philosophy with a special focus on its Ethical implications. He is a member of the Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), a body for professional teachers in Nigeria.

Fr Louis has a strong involvement with the programme for resettlement of internally displaced persons at Sangre Marghi, Adamawa state, an intervention programme embarked upon by the Catholic Diocese of Yola, in collaboration with Missio Germany and the Adamawa state government to cater for the basic accommodation needs of the victims of the Boko Haram insurgency in North-East Nigeria

Doctoral dissertation Title:

 

 

Experimental Philosophy / Social Ethics

  • History and Philosophy of science
  • Ethics and Leadership
Politics of Ethnic and Religious Alignments: A Philosophy of Liberation for Mutual Co-existence.  Fab Anieh. 2012

Matters Arising: A Christian Response to the Rise of Islamic Radicalism in North-Eastern Nigeria. Jos. Fab Anieh. 2013
Member of the Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), a body for professional teachers in Nigeria.

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American University of Nigeria
98 Lamido Zubairu Way
Yola Township bypass
PMB 2250, Yola
Adamawa State, Nigeria
Tel: +234 805-200-2962

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