“Human Cloning” what would Felix Dosekun have said about it? 21 November 2001 First Felix Oladejo Dosekun Memorial Lecture At the College of Medicine, University of Lagos.“Towards a Culture of Peace in the Rivers State”. 10 April 2002. A Seminar Organized by the Centre for Promotion of Tourism, Arts and Culture in Nigeria.
“Scourges in our Universities” 2 November 2001 At a Public lecture organized by Ahmadu Bello University Alumni Association in Port Harcourt.
The HIV/AIDS War. Will We Will? 6 September 2001 At the Marshall National Workshop on Public Health Management and HIV/AIDS University of Benin.
“Medical Education in Port Harcourt” Dec. 1998 At the celebration of the 21st anniversary of the University of Port Harcourt.
“The Caesarean Operation Its Myth and Power” 19 July 94 At a Public Lecture organised by the Post Graduate Committee of the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital.
“That they may not die” 15 January 90 At Annual Meeting in Port Harcourt of Chief Medical Directors of all Teaching Hospitals and other tertiary hospitals
“Problems of Adolescent Pregnancies”. 16 July 88 At a Lecture organised by the Women of University of Port Harcourt
“The Nigerian Child and the Health Care Delivery System”. A lecture delivered to the Participants at the Senior Executive Course 26 June 2002 No. 24 at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) Kuru, Jos.
“The Nigerian Child and the Health Care Delivery System”. A lecture delivered to the Participants at the Senior Executive Course 8 May 2003 No. 25 at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS),
“Internationalization of Higher Education in Africa: 13 October 2004 University of Port Harcourt as a Case Study” (Maiden edition of Special Lecture Series of the National Universities Commission – Nigeria) Kuru, Jos.
“Cultural Diversity: A True Source of Unification in a 27 Aug. 2006 Pluralistic Society”
A paper presented at the International Conference on The Cultural Heritage and its Diversity at the origin of Creativity . Losinj, Croatia.
“MDG5: What Path Leads to its Achievement in Nigeria?” 22 Nov. 2006 A Guest lecture delivered on the occasion of the 7th International Conference of the Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria (SOGON)
“Where Do We Go From Here?” A Public Lecture delivered in 3 Aug. 2007 Commemoration of the Retirement of Professor Christian Anah from the Services of the University of Port Harcourt.
“Internationalization of the Professional Training of Petroleum 9 March 2007 Engineers in Nigeria”. Abuja Petroleum Round Table. Abuja Nigeria
“Violence in the Niger Delta: Health and Economic Implications 26 Nov. 2008 for Nigeria and Nigerians”. Guest Lecture. 2008 Annual Conference of the Association of Psychiatrists in Nigeria (APN)
“Child Development and Developmental Disorder in Nigeria” Keynote 23 June 2008 Address at Congress of the Association of Child Development and Communication Disorders, Nigeria
“Why Do Many Women Still Die in Child Bearing in Nigeria?” 14 Oct. 2008 The 2008 Annual OK Ogan Memorial Lecture, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology , University of Nigeria
“FULFILLING THE MANDATE: RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY” 24th Convocation Lecture. 3rd May, 2012
ACHIEVING SAFE DELIVERY THROUGH MULTIDISCIPLINARY CARE. Guest Lecture. 2nd Annual Scientific Conference. League of Obstetric Anaesthetist of Nigeria (LOAN). 3rd September 2012
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Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, Federal University, Lokoja, Nigeria. February 2016
Member, Court of Governors, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, October 2015 for four years.