About the Journal
AUMEN Journal for Moral Education in Africa, (JMEA) is in both print and online versions. It is an institutional as well as an open access journal. It is indexed by ACJOL at www.acjol.org
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin Okeke Maduka, alias Nnadibube
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin Okeke Maduka, alias Nnadibube (1920-1995), is from Ekwulobia, Aguata L.G.A, Anambra State and a Catholic Priest of Awka Diocese and a member of the Papal Chamberlin. He had his secondary education at Christ the King College (CKC) Onitsha (19440-1943). He did his probationary work for two years at the same CKC (1944-1946). He was ordained on 20th December, 1953 at St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome by Cardinal Perfect of Propaganda Fifei: Pietro Fummasoni Bondi. He has Master’s degree in Canon Law (J.C.L) from Pontifical Urbaniana Uinversitas. Nnadiebube is a sage and a protagonist of Inculturation (Theology of Incanation) as the Christian’s contextualization of faith (Gospel) and Culture (Tradition). He is a great ancestor on how to be Igbo and a true Christian via his peculiar characteristic Christianization of African-Igbo Cultures, that is, an evangelical refrain of Vatican 11 Council (1962-65). By his sublime teaching Vatican II Council adaptations and renewal, hence, a precursor of African Synod and avant-garde of Rt. Rev. Msgr. M.O, Maduka, will help develop and encourage scholarship by astute scholars as authentic African thinkers ever proud of their African identity.
Founder’s Abridged Profile
Rev. Fr. Jude Ifeanyichukwu Onebunne, PhD, fipmd, fism
Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne, a Catholic priest of the Catholic Diocese of Awka, hails from Ekwulobia, Aguata LGA, Anambra State, Nigeria. He is presently, the Manager and Chairman, School Management Council (SMC) of St. Mary’s High School, Ifitedunu, Anambra State and a Lecturer at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State. He holds Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. Fr. Jude is a Fellow of the Institute of Policy Management Development (fipmd) and an fellow (fism) of the International Strategic Management Institute, an Executive Member of African Traditional religion and Philosophy Scholar’s Society (AATREPS), an Executive Member of the Association of Universal Moral Education of Nigeria (AUMEN), a member of Igbo Studies Association (ISA), USA. He is the Founder of the popular NGO: Students’ Advocacy Against Destructive Attitudes (SAADE) and Nnadiebube Pan-African Academy of Philosophy, Religion and Cultural Research (NAPASSHER) that publishes Nnadiebube Journals (of Philosophy, Social Sciences, Education in Africa and African Culture and Humanities). Fr. Jude is presently the Editor of Journal of Moral Education in African, an Associate Editor of Enwisdomization Journal and Consulting Editor to Tutor Magazine (for Undergraduates) and Students’ Digest (for Secondary School Students).