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Professor Erastus Nyaga Njoka Education, Work, and EACC Sermons.

Professor Erastus Nyaga Njoka

Professor Erastus Nyaga Njoka studies abroad were sponsored by the government of Kenya through a scholarship program in the 1980s.

1990-1993: Ph.D. Degree in Animal Production(Special Zootechny, Animal Products Production, Russian Peoples Friendship University, Moscow.

1984-1990: MSc. Degree in Animal Production, People’s Friendship University, Moscow. Recognized at the graduation for being the best student and being awarded another Honorary Degree.

1997-1998: Postgraduate Research: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.1998: Postgraduate Research, People’s Friendship University, Moscow.2005: Postgraduate Research: Nanjing Agricultural University. The people’s Republic of China.Work experience: 2013 to date: Vice-chancellor/CEO. Chuka University.

2008-2013: Principal, Chuka University College

2005-2008: Director, Egerton University Eastern Campus.Teaching Experience:

2010 to date: Full Professor of Animal Production, Chuka University

2008-2010: Full Professor of Animal Production, Egerton University.2001-2008: Associate Professor of Animal Production, Egerton University.

1997-2001: Senior Lecturer, Department of Animal Science, Egerton University. 1994-1997: Lecturer, Egerton University.

1992 -1993: Teaching Assistant, People’s Friendship University, Moscow. 2001-2005: Dean Faculty of Agriculture, Egerton University.

Professor Erastus Njoka Teaching Experience

2010 – date: Full Professor of Animal Production, Chuka University College
2008 – 2010: Full Professor of Animal Production, Egerton University
2001 – 2008: Associate professor of Animal production, Egerton University
1997 – 2001: Senior Lecturer, Animal Science Department, Egerton University
1994 – 1997: Lecturer, Egerton University
1992 – 1993: Teaching Assistant, Russian Peoples’ Friendship University

Professor Erastus Njoka Journal Publications

1. Ondiek J O, Abdulrazak SA, and Njoka EN 2013: Performance of growing small East African goats fed molasses-treated maize (Zea mays) Stover supplemented with Acacia tortillas and/or Balanites Argentina bruises and maize bran. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology (In press)

2. Ondiek J O, SA Abdulrazak and EN Njoka. 2011. Effects of supplementing Chloris gayana hay and Maerua angolensis with graded levels of maize germ meal on voluntary feed intake, diet digestion, nitrogen balance, and average daily gains of growing small east African Goats. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology: 10 (2) 2010.

3. Ondiek J O, Abdulrazak S A and Njoka E N 2010: Chemical and mineral composition, in-vitro gas production, in-Sacco degradation of selected indigenous Kenyan browses. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 22, Article #25. Retrieved February 9, 2010, from http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd22/2/ondi22025.htm Chuka University Academic Staff Database © 2020 Page 2 of 460

4. Ondiek J O, Abdulrazak S A and Njoka E N 2010: Nutritive value and Palatability rating of fifteen Selected Indigenous Kenyan Browse Species fed to Small East African Goats. Journal of Animal Research.

5. Ondiek J O, Abdulrazak S A and Njoka E N 2010: Effects of supplementing Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana) hay with Maerua Angolensis on voluntary feed intake, diet digestion, nitrogen balance and live weight changes of growing Small East African Goats. Journal of Animal Research.

6. Ondiek J O, Abdulrazak S A and Njoka E N 2010: Effects of supplementing Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana) hay with graded levels of Zizyphus Mucronata on voluntary feed intake, diet digestion, nitrogen balance and average daily gains in growing Small East African Goats. Animal Nutrition and Feed Techn.:11(1)2011

7. Ondiek J.O., S.A. Abdulrazak and E.N. Njoka 2010: Performance of growing Small East African Goats offered Rhodes grass hay and supplemented with a 1:1 mixture of Maerua angolensis: Zizyphus Mucronata leaf browses. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 22 (9) 2010.

8. Nanua, J.N., R, D.M., Kibor, A.C., Njoka, E.N. 2007. Effect of rice bran oil, oxidized, and fresh egg yolk powder on the 2evelopment of arteriosclerosis in growing rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus). UNISWA Res. J. Agric. Sci. & Tech 10 (2): 71-79

9. Njarui M.G., Njoka-Njiru, E.N., Abdulrazak S.A. and Mureithi J.G. 2007. Effect of planting pattern of two herbaceous forage legumes in fodder grasses on the productivity of grass/legume mixture in semi-arid tropical Kenya. Tropical and subtropical Agroecosystems (In press)

10. Onjoro, P.A., Njoka Njiru, E.N., Ottaro, J.M. Simon, A. and Schwartz, H.J. 2006. Effects of mineral supplementation on milk yield of free-ranging camels (Camelus dromedaries) in Northern Kenya. AsianAust. J. Anim Sci. 19 (11) 1597-1602.

11. Njoka-Njiru, E.N., Njarui, M.G., Abdulrazak, S.A. and Mureithi, J.G. 2006. Effect of intercropping herbaceous legumes with Napier grass on dry matter yield and nutritive value of the feedstuffs in semiarid region of Eastern Kenya. Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica, 39 (4):260-272.

12. Onjoro, P.A., Njoka-Njiru, E.N., Ottaro J.M. and Nanua J.N. 2004. Effects of minerals in the forage, blood, and milk on the production of lactating free-ranging camels (Camelus dromedaries) in northern Kenya. Egerton Journal Vol. No. 1. 226-245.

13. Nanua, J. N. and Njoka-Njiru, E. N. 2004. Microbiological, Physico-chemical and sensory quality of yogurt sold in retail outlets within Nakuru Municipality, Kenya. Egerton Journal Vol. No. 1. 162 – 174.

14. Muriu, J. M., Njoka-Njiru, E. N.; Tuitoek, J. K. and Nanua, J. N. 2002. Evaluation of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolour) as a replacement for maize in the diet of growing rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Asian-Aust. J. Anim Sci. 15 (4) 565-569.

15. Muriu, J. M., Njoka-Njiru, E. N., Tuitoek, J. K. and Nanua, J. N. 2002. The effect of substituting maize with varying levels of high tannin sorghum in the diet on feed intake, digestibility, average daily gain and feed conversion efficiency of growing rabbits. Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica 35: 149-155.

16. Njoka-Njiru, E.N., Ojango, J.M., Ambula, M.K. and Ndirangu, C.M. 2001. Grazing behavior of Saanen and Toggenburg goats in sub-humid tropical conditions of Kenya. Asian-Aus. J. Anim. Sciences 14: 600- 604

17. Njoka-Njiru, E.N. and Guliye, A.Y. 2001. Grazing behavior of Jersey and Guernsey heifers in subhumid tropical conditions of Kenya. Asian-Aus. J. Anim. Sci. 14: 491-495.

18. Njoka-Njiru, E.N. and Molchanov, I.A. 2001. Trace element status of soil, foliage, and lactating ewes in South-Western Russia. Egerton Journal 3: 12-20.

19. Kamilov, B.G., Sahilov, T.V., Khegay, V.N. and Njoka-Njiru, E.N. 2000. The effect of human activities on the ichthyofauna of the river Syrdarya in Uzbekistan. Egerton Journal, 3: 1-11.

20. Njoka-Njiru, E.N. 1999. Grazing behavior of Freshman and Jersey heifers in Njoro. Egerton Journal 2:7- 14.

21. Njoka, E.N., Molchanov, I.A. Boiko, I.A. and Soshienko, L.P. 1997. Immunological levels of calves fed with sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid. J. Agricultural Sciences 98-99.

22. Njoka, E.N., Boiko, I.A. and Molchanov, I.A. 1997. Effectiveness of applying sodium ascorbate as a feed supplement in rearing calves. Journal of Agricultural Sciences 140-145.

Professor Erastus Njoka Key Research Project

1. Behaviour of piglets on Tatton Farm
2. Factors affecting the productivity of Toggenburg and Saanen breeds of goats in Meru
3. Mineral nutrition of camels in northern Kenya
4. Legume protein supplements in diets of lactating cows in Eastern Kenya
5. Alternative sources of energy for chicken
6. Meat productivity potential of goat breeds under high and low feeding regimes

Professor Erastus Njoka Training and Research Grants

2011: National Council for Science & Technology: AAS worth Ksh 7.5 million.
2011: National AIDS Control Council: Ksh 3 million
2008:
10,000 library books from FAO office in Nairobi Chuka University Academic Staff Database © 2020 Page 3 of 460
2004-2005: Collaboration with Sokoine and Makerere Universities under HEPAD funded 5 Postgraduate students x 3 Universities, through KES 60 million
2004
: Equipment worth KES 45 million from the Chinese Ministry of Education
2004: Participation in KAPP received over KES 7 million for KARI and Public Universities
2002: Equipment worth KES 8 million for the Faculty of Agriculture from DAAD
2001
: Collaboration with KARI and Rockefeller Foundation and trained 20 students

EACC Sermons Chuka University VC After Allegations of Scoring Es in His A-levels

During the 7-hour grilling in the EACC offices in Isiolo, it emerged that most of his documents were not certified and he was unable to produce the original invitation letter to Russia.

Instead, he produced a copy of the letter which EACC suspect was forged, after a complainant produced the original letter that was not in Njoka’s name.

“The detectives are looking at the possibility of the copy he presented being a fake as they hold a complainant who had approached them has the original and what Njoka has is what he stole from him, and went to study with,” says a source.

Even as EACC looks into the matter, it has also emerged that Patrice Lumumba People’s Friendship University is yet to give a position on the matter.

The professor has now been directed to provide the original he used to go to Russia and the letter of scholarship he got from the Ministry of Education.

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