Udo Ijeoma Okugbe

Udo Ijeoma Okugbe

Udo Ijeoma Okugbe

HOD Religious Studies


Udo Ijeoma Okugbe is the current Head of Religious Studies Department, West Africa Theological Seminary, Ipaja- Lagos; a graduate of the University of Calabar, Nigeria (B. A. Hons, Philosophy) with courses in Philosophy and Religion. She holds degrees of MPhil in Philosophy, Master of Arts in Philosophy, Master of Public and International Affairs (MPIA), University of Lagos, Nigeria where she is currently pursuing a PhD programme. Udo teaches Philosophy and Religion courses with major interest in Philosophy, Religion, and Society; and is married to Rev. Kingsley George Okugbe.


Contribution in Book

“Truth in Post-Modern Philosophy: Implications for Christianity” in Oluwaseyi N. Shogunle (ed.), Postmodernism and African Biblical Hermeneutics, A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Afolorunso Olalekan Dairo, 2022, pp. 336 -347

Contribution in Magazine

“You are your Ideas” in Kingly Exploits, A Magazine of the Presbyterian Students’ Fellowship (PSF), Lagos Chapter, (maiden edition), Vol. 01, No. 001, pp. 8 – 9

Accepted for Publication

Udo Okugbe, et al, “Role of Philosophy, Culture, and Religion in Ableism”, being a paper presented at the Conference: Ableism in Africa: Multidimensional Approaches, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 21 – 23 February, 2022. Organized by African Humanities Research & Development Circle (AHRDC), Post Graduate Students with Disabilities (PGSWD), and University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN)