Umoru Jacob Oyaamoh

Umoru Jacob O.

FULL NAMES:          –           UMORU JACOB OYAAMOH


PHONE NUMBERS  –          08050271486 or 08066249833


  • Head of Department of Computer Science (2007 – 2009)
  • Special Adviser to Director, ICT Matters, FCE Okene 2010 to Jan 2017
  • Director, Management Information System (MIS) 2017 to 2019
  • Chief Lecturer, Computer Science Dept., C.E, Okene         -2015 to Date




  • Umoru,J.O.(1999) “Introductory Computer Practical for Schools and Colleges”, Lagos. Chinedu Publishers Revised Edition (2006).
  • Umoru,J.O.(2003) “Computer Practical Guide to Database Design and Management using Dbase. Benin-City: Rainbow Publishers
  • Umoru, J.O., (2003) “Introduction to Computer Studies book 2”. Ilorin, Nathadex Publishers
  • Umoru, J.O., Omeiza, C.O. and Ajileye, A.J.(2004) “Computer Appreciation for Beginners with introduction to Basic and Cobol”. Ilorin, Nathadex Publishers.
  • Umoru, J.O. and Eheanacho, E. N. O. (2005) “Information Technology and Computer Application with Guides to Pc-Maintenance, Trouble-shooting and Pc Assembly Technology” Ilorin, Nathedex Publishers.
  • Umoru, J. O. (2006) “Introduction to the Teaching of Computer Science” Ilorin, Nathadex Publishers.
  • Umoru, J.O. and Omeiza, C. O. (2011) “Introduction to Computer Studies book 2”.(New Edition) Ilorin, Nathadex Publishers.
  • Umoru, J. O. (2013). Foundation of Computer Studies. Okene, Nigeria. Fountain Graphic Press.
  • Umoru, J. O. (2014). A simplified approach to database management system (DBMS) Using Microsoft Access. Okene, Nigeria. Victory Prints Ltd.



  • Umoru, J. O. (2002). The influence of socio-economic status on achievement in secondary school mathematics in JST 1 (1), 162 – 167
  • Umoru, J. O. (2003). Computer education and national development: constraints and remedies in JSVE 2 (1)
  • Umoru, J. O. (2004). Attitude to information technology development and national reconstruction in CJE 1(1)
  • Umoru, J. O. (2004). Revitalising education through the use of computers: Security implications in NASHER Journal, June, 2004
  • Umoru, J. O. (2007). Democracy, information and communication technology and national sustainability in NASHER Journal, July, 2007
  • Umoru, J. O. and Omeiza, C. O. (2007). Information and communication technology (ICT) and education reforms in the teaching learning process in maiden Journal of COEASU, August, 2007
  • Umoru, J. O. and Omeiza, C. O. (2009). Computer education for children in science and technology for sustainable national development in OJED, 2(1)
  • Umoru, J. O. (2010). Towards examining facilitative effect of technology on the school system in NASHER, September, 2010
  • Umoru J.O. (2011). Towards quality assurance in education in Nigeria: ICT policy issues and challenges in CJE 6(1), April 2011.
  • Umoru, J. O. (2011). Providing professional development skills for the effective use of technology in education in the Journal of Science and Vocational Education (JSVE) FCE, Okene,
  • Umoru, J. O. (2012). The need for national security education in the Nigerian school curriculum in the 21st Belt Journal of Education in Nigeria (BELJEN) 3(1), 241-250
  • Umoru, J. (2013). Challenges of ICT integration into the Nigeria basic education curricula. Journal of Science and Vocational Education (JSVE), 7, 31-41.
  • Umoru, J. O. (2014). Enhancing the future of early childhood educators through the use of technology in Nigeria schools. Africa Journal of Historical Sciences in Education 10(2), 83-93.
  • Umoru, J. O. and Ajibola, F. O. (2014). Effective application of social media tools to mitigate corruption in governance in Nigeria in ATABA (IJCI), FCE, Okene
  • Umoru, J. O. (2015). A study of computer literacy competency level among basic school teachers in Kogi State of Nigeria. Canadian International Journal of Social Sciences and Education. 2, 9-29.
  • Umoru, O. Jacob., Lizzy, O. Ofusori, Bamidele Oluwade and Adetoye Aribisala (2016). Design and implementation of a web-based medical record system (A case study of Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja, Nigeria), Proceedings of the first international conference of the IEEE Nigeria computer chapter. 1,173-177


Service unto God and Reading Literature



  1. Full Member, Nigeria Computer Society (NCS)
  2. Full Member, Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN)
  3. Member, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRC)
  4. Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA), NY, USA
  5. Member, Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)