Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche

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Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche yin ogbè plọntọ po weyọnẹntọ, bo yin Naijilia vijiji de. Sọn owhe 2016 wẹ e ko yin ogan na (National Institute for Nigerian Languages) (NINLAN). Kakajẹ whenue e basi matintọ.

Gbẹzan etọn[jlado | jla asisado]

Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche mọ gbedewema yi to flansegbe po ogbè devo lẹ pinplọ́n mẹ to wehọmẹ alavọ Georgetown tọn to owhe 1975, e sọ yi gbedewema daho devo to wehọmẹ alavọ Port Harcourt tọn mẹ to owhe 1991. E lẹzun mẹplọ́ntọ́ daho tintengbe to mẹpinplọ́n to ogbè Igbo tọn mẹ, to wehọmẹ alavọ Awọnlin tọn mẹ. E mọ nunina owe Zinzinjẹ̀gbonu apá tintan po awetọ́ po tọn he yin kinkan do ota etọn mẹ yi to owhe 2015. Taidi ogán na (Linguistic Association of Nigeria) (LAN) to owhe 2014. Ohiri-Aniche dọ mẹdepope na dó ogbe kavi kàn ogbe he hugan 400 to togbo Nigeria tọn to madẹnmẹ. To Avivọsun owhe 2016 tọn, togbogán Naijilia tọn (President Buhari) dé e taidi ogán wedegbẹ́ (chief executive officer of the National Institute for Nigerian Languages) (NINLAN) tọn. Ewọ wẹ yin omẹ atọntọ́ he nọ otẹn ogán wedegbẹ́ he nọ penukundo ogbé Naijilia tọn go,he bọdo Ben Elugbe go (NINLAN). To vivọnu owhe 2016 tọn e na avase dọ nuhe hugan ogbe kande-ao (50) to Naijilia wẹ na yi vasudo to niyaniya mẹ. E basi matintọ́ to zosun owhe 2018 tọn.

Azọ́n etọn lẹ[jlado | jla asisado]

  • A comparative phonology of consonants in the Igboid, Edoid, and Yoruboid languages of Nigeria. PhD thesis, University of Port Harcourt, 1991.
  • 'Language diversification in the Akoko area of Western Nigeria', in R. M. Blench & M. Spriggs (eds.) Archaeology and Language IV. Language change and cultural transformation, 1999, pp. 79–94.
  • 'Language pluralism and national development in Nigeria', in A. E. Eruvbetine (ed.) The humanistic management and pluralism: A formula for development in Nigeria, 2001, pp. 544–560.
  • (ed. with Iwu Ikwubuzo and Chigozie Nnabuihe) Udezuluigbo: a festschrift in honour of Sam Uzochukwu. Itire, Lagos, Nigeria : Green Olive, 2008.
  • (ed. with T. Uzodinma Nwala and Nath Aniekwu) Igbo nation: history & challenges of rebirth and development. Ibadan, Nigeria : Kraft Books Limited, 2015.

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