Dr. Primus Igboaka was Aviation and Airport Correspondent for the National Concord. As the
Senior Airport and Aviation Correspondent, the National Concord won the British Airways Best
Newspaper Award for Journalistic Excellence in Aviation Reporting in Africa.
He is also a winner of British Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence. His publication
“Knowledge Creation and Dissemination in Sub-Saharan Africa,” published in Management
Decision received a Special Commendation by top rated British Emerald Organization. London
for Research of Value to the Developing World. He has also contributed articles to several
newspapers and magazines in the United States and Africa.
Dr. Igboaka is currently an adjunct professor of Communication at Cuyahoga Community College,
Tri-C, Pharma Heights, Campus & Brunswick University Center, Brunswick, Ohio. Prior to
coming to Tri-C, he also taught at Lorain County Community College, Elyria, Ohio Business
College, Sheffield, Ohio and Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is also a Senior Visiting
Fellow, Department of Mass Communication, Coal City University, Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria
(September 2020 – present).
He is also a founding member, board member and the Secretary of Nigeria-USA Chamber of
Commerce (NUSACC). NUSACC is a United States-based non-profit business advocacy
organization that fosters tangible and sustainable business relationship between entrepreneurs,
business men and women in both Nigeria and the United States. NUSACC was founded in 2009,
and has successfully held International and Investment Summits in Nigeria and the United States.
Between 2012 and 2013, it took more than 25 United States businesses to Nigeria.
Dr. Igboaka is the author of African Beyond Wars, Diseases and Disasters – Answers to the 101
Most Commonly Asked Questions (Authorhouse, Indianapolis (2005); At the 11th Hour –
Reflections on Nigeria’s Aborted Miss World Pageant 2002, Boko Haram’s Tactics & New Global
Terrorism Threats in Nigeria and Other Parts of Africa. Xlibris LLC Publishers. Bloomingham,
Indiana; Boko Haram and the Agenda of a Failed Nigeria State (Createspace, Amazon, 2014); Not
with our Daughters: Boko Haram & the Kidnapping of 300 Nigerian Schoolgirls (Createspace,
Amazon & Kindle Publishing. (2014).