Benjamin Ijenu

Ijenu Benjamin is a philosopher, social entrepreneur, writer and co-founder of a digital marketing agency. Prior to this, he taught African Literature at Abu College, Nigeria. He holds a B.Phil. in Philosophy from the prestigious Pontifical Urbaniana University, Rome, and is currently a graduate student at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria. His research interests include identity, self, and personality in existentialism as a philosophical movement. Past projects include advocacy against the "Baby Factory In Nigeria", a UN Women's UNiTE Campaign to End Violence against Women by 2030. He enjoys activism against gender based violence, modern-day slavery, forced labor, and human trafficking at the community level, as well as addressing the root causes of food security in Africa. His scholarly work has been presented at UNESCO World Philosophy Day at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Day.
List of recent publications:

Ijenu, Benjamin (2009). When Darfur Weeps: a Historical Overview. (in: Augustinian Journal of Philosophy).

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