Obinna Amaechi

Obinna Amaechi
Designation: Assistant Lecturer
Phone: +2348039519744
Gender: Male


Obinna Charles Amaechi is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Arts, Social and Management Sciences, Coal City University, Enugu. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Government and Public Administration from Imo State University, Owerri and a master’s degree in Public Administration and Local government from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He is presently a Ph.D student in Politcal Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. His research interest includes Public Administration, Public Policy, Local Government, and Political Studies. His working experiences cut across banking, research and teaching. Since 2017, he has been teaching Political Behaviour at the School of Continuing Education, Enugu State College of Education (Technical), Enugu and have served as a Senior Research Fellow at Kobia Data Limited, Enugu. He is currently teaching Nigerian Legal System, Elements of Government, Foreign Policy Analysis, Introduction to Organisations,Organisation of Government: The Citizen and the State, Environmental Politics and Sustainable Development, and Nigerian Administrative Law at Coal City University Enugu. Obinna Amaechi is a member, Nigerian Political Science Association NPSA. He has published widely in his area of interest in reputable journals.




Amaechi, O. C., Amadi, C. O., & Nnaji, S. E. (2018). Prebendalism and budget authorization in the Nigerian Legislature. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 8(7): 59 – 73.

Amaechi, O. C., Odoziobodo, S. I., & Asogwa, M. N. (2017). Contending issues in tax contracting for revenue generation in Nigeria. International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Current Research,5(5):1019-1028

Amaechi, O.C. (2017). Revenue generation in Enugu state local governments, Nigeria: An assessment of tax contractors. International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, 5(1):236-247.

Amaechi, O. C. (Ongoing). Prismatic sala model and its relevance to Nigeria’s public administrative system. CCU Journal of Humanities, 1(1)


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•Teaches, prepares course work materials, participates in development, administration, marking of examinations and other assessments on assigned courses
•Carries out research and produces publications
•Provides mentoring, advice and support to students on a personal level.