Mr John Paul Kaisam

Acting Head of Chemistry Department

Mr John Paul Kaisam is a Lecture at Njala University in the Department of Chemistry, School of Environmental Sciences. He is the Acting Head of Chemistry Department. He is presently a PhD student at College of Environment, Hohai University, China.

He has an MSc Degree in Chemistry (Analytical Option), 2005, from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He BSc. Ed. Chemistry/Maths. 1999 from Njala University College, University of Sierra Leone.


   i. John P. Kaisam, Yahaya K. Kawa, Juana P. Moiwo and Umu Lamboi; (2016)

     State of Well Water Quality in Kakua Chiefdom, Sierra Leone; (Accepted April, 2016)

     First received 23 December 2015; accepted in revised form 22 March 2016.

      Water Supply Technology (WST) Reference No: WS-EM 162R1

ii.  Abubakarr S. Mansaray1, John P. Kaissam1, Alfred S. Bockarie2, Hawanatu Sam2; March, 

    2016; Consumer Preferences for Water Supply at Njala University, Njala Campus in Southern 

    Sierra Leone; (2016) Natural Resources, Vol. 7, pp138-145

 iii.  Kawa Yahaya Kudush, Shang Quinck , Tian Shangyi, Kaisam John, Kabia Victoria; (2016)

       Extraction Optimization, Characterization and of Crude Polysaccharides from Artemisia

         Mongolica; (Accepted February, 2016)  Africa Journal of Biochemistry Research

   iv. Yahaya Kudush Kawa,  John Paul Kaisam, J. P. Moiwo and Victoria Kabia; (2016)

        Physical, Chemical and Bacterial Analysis of Drinking Water: Kakua Chiefdom, Bo

        District, Sierra Leone;. International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental   

        Engineering (Jan. 2016) Vol. 8(1) pp 11 – 23

  1. A.O. Ogunfowokan, J.P.Kaisam, M.O.Balogun, (2009); Study of Trace Elements in Urine of 

       Some Nigeria Medical Patients. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry (Taylor and Francis)    

        Vol. 91, No. 3, 435-449

  1. A.O. Ogunfowokan, J.P.Kaisam, M.O. Balogun and K.A. Adelusola, (2008);  Analysis of Cd,   Cu, Pb, Zn, Hg and Mn in Kidney and Liver form Human Cadavers – A case study of South Western Nigeria. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry (Taylor and Francis) Vol. 90, No. 4,  653-662
  2. E.A. Oluyemi, A.S. Adekunle, W.O. Makinde, J.P. Kaisam, A.A. Adenuga and A.A. Oladipo; (2006);  Quality Evaluation of Water Sources in Ife North Local Government Area of Osun State, Nigeria – European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol 15 No.3 (2006) pp 319 – 326

Manuscript under Review

Role of Runoff-Transported Sediments in Heavy Metal Pollution of Water Bodies: A Review