Rev Dr Aloysius-Gonzagas Ikechukwu Orjinta C.S.Sp, 19602016 (aged 56 years)

Rev. Dr. Aloysius Orjinta
Name
Rev Dr Aloysius-Gonzagas Ikechukwu /Orjinta/ C.S.Sp
Name prefix
Rev Dr
Given names
Aloysius-Gonzagas Ikechukwu
Surname
Orjinta
Name suffix
C.S.Sp
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Ikechukwu Aloysius-Gonzagas Orjinta is a Nigerian and Igbo Roman Catholic priest and senior lecturer in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He was ordained a priest in 1990 . A holder of two doctorates in French Studies and in German Studies and Political Science, with a specialty in International Relations, he is a former Head of Department of Foreign Languages and Literary Studies in the university . He has studied and worked in Italy, Germany, France and in Nigeria where he currently lives. He attended Urban University, Rome, the University of Saarland, Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München , Université des Langues et Lettres, Grenoble, and the University of Ibadan in addition to his current workplace where he was an undergraduate .

A researcher and critic, his academic publications and interest cover religious writings on Christianity and Islam, gender and feminist studies, political discourse, and Euro-African literature with emphasis on German, Francophone and Anglophone work. He is a member of and has served on, the managing boards of many organisations in Nigeria and outside the country, most times as the head. Currently, he is the editor of Interdisciplinary Academic Essays, Elite University Journal, Munchen, Germany, as well as of Nsukka Journal of Humanities, Nsukka, Nigeria . He is also an editorial board member and reviewer of Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hong Kong

Birth about 1960
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Ordination
Type: Priestly Ordination
1990 (aged 30 years)
Religious institution: Congregation of the Holy Spirit
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Death November 2, 2016 (aged 56 years)
Cause of death: Heart Attack
Nationality
Nigerian

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Ikechukwu Aloysius-Gonzagas Orjinta is a Nigerian and Igbo Roman Catholic priest and senior lecturer in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He was ordained a priest in 1990 . A holder of two doctorates in French Studies and in German Studies and Political Science, with a specialty in International Relations, he is a former Head of Department of Foreign Languages and Literary Studies in the university . He has studied and worked in Italy, Germany, France and in Nigeria where he currently lives. He attended Urban University, Rome, the University of Saarland, Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München , Université des Langues et Lettres, Grenoble, and the University of Ibadan in addition to his current workplace where he was an undergraduate .

A researcher and critic, his academic publications and interest cover religious writings on Christianity and Islam, gender and feminist studies, political discourse, and Euro-African literature with emphasis on German, Francophone and Anglophone work. He is a member of and has served on, the managing boards of many organisations in Nigeria and outside the country, most times as the head. Currently, he is the editor of Interdisciplinary Academic Essays, Elite University Journal, Munchen, Germany, as well as of Nsukka Journal of Humanities, Nsukka, Nigeria . He is also an editorial board member and reviewer of Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hong Kong

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Ikechukwu Aloysius-Gonzagas Orjinta is a Nigerian and Igbo Roman Catholic priest and senior lecturer in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He was ordained a priest in 1990 . A holder of two doctorates in French Studies and in German Studies and Political Science, with a specialty in International Relations, he is a former Head of Department of Foreign Languages and Literary Studies in the university . He has studied and worked in Italy, Germany, France and in Nigeria where he currently lives. He attended Urban University, Rome, the University of Saarland, Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München , Université des Langues et Lettres, Grenoble, and the University of Ibadan in addition to his current workplace where he was an undergraduate .

A researcher and critic, his academic publications and interest cover religious writings on Christianity and Islam, gender and feminist studies, political discourse, and Euro-African literature with emphasis on German, Francophone and Anglophone work. He is a member of and has served on, the managing boards of many organisations in Nigeria and outside the country, most times as the head. Currently, he is the editor of Interdisciplinary Academic Essays, Elite University Journal, Munchen, Germany, as well as of Nsukka Journal of Humanities, Nsukka, Nigeria . He is also an editorial board member and reviewer of Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hong Kong

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