ENOJO KENNIE ENOJO


ENOJO KENNIE ENOJO
Designation: Senior Lecturer
Email: enojokennie@gmail.com
Phone: +234 80696 89755
Gender: Male

Biography

Dr. Enojo, Kennie Enojo is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Science in Kogi State University, Anyigba, Kogi State. And also the

Name:............ ENOJO, Kennie Enojo
Date of Birth:........... 02/11/68
Place of Birth:........... Ibaji
Gender:............. Male
State of Origin.......... Kogi State
Nationality:........... Nigerian
Marital Status:.......... Married
Number of Children:......... One
Next of Kin:............. Mrs Enojo Vivian Ukamaka

CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C/o Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Kogi State University P.M.B, 1008, Anyigba


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND WITH DATES
Igbinedion University, Okada2008 – 2012
Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma 2004 – 2008
Delta State University, Abraka1994 – 1997

QUALIFICATION OBTAINED WITH DATE
Ph.D Political Science, IU, Okada 2012
M.Sc Political Science, AAU, Ekpoma2008
B. Sc Political Science, DELSU, Abraka 1997

WORKING EXPERIENCE
1. Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, K.S.U, Anyigba since October, 2017-Date
2. Lecturer I, Department of Political Science, K.S.U, Anyigba 2014-2017
3. Lecturer II, Department of Political Science, K.S.U, Anyigba, 2011 –2014
4. Assistant Lecturer, Department of Political Science, K.S.U, Anyigba 2008 – 2011
5. G.A., Department of Political Science, Kogi State University, Anyigba, 2002 – 2008
6. NYSC, Delta State, Ukwuani LGA, Corps Liaison Officer Feb. – Dec. 1998

NGO
1.Founder/CEO: The Bliss Foundation
2.Founder/CEO: The Quintessence Intellectuals


LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Corps Liaison Officer, NYSC, Ukwuani LGA from February-December, 1998
President: National Association of Political Science Students, DELSU, Abraka, 1996 – 1997
President: Graduate Students Association, (GSA) Uni-Port, 2001 – 2002
Secretary: Examination Malpractices Committee FASS, KSU, Anyigba 2003 – 2005
Secretary: Examination Time – Table Committee FASS, KSU, Anyigba 2003 – 2007
Secretary: Lecture Time – Table Committee FASS, KSU, Anyigba 2003 – 2007.
Department Level Adviser, 2003 – 2009
Member, FASS Landscaping Committee, 2007-2009
Co-ordinator, Undergraduate Project, Department of Political Science 2012-date
Member Kogi State University, Anyigba SUG 2014 Election
Member Departmental Journal Editorial Board 2011-2013
Associate Editor, Journal of Politics, KSU, Anyigba, 2013-Date
Member, Congress Representative at the Senate, KSU, 2014-2018
Deputy Director, General Studies (G.S.T.) KSU, Anyigba, 2016-Date
Post Graduate Co-ordinator, Department of Political Science, 2016-Date
Associate Editor, Faculty of Social Sciences Journal, KSU, Anyigba, 2017-Date
Member Kogi State University, Anyigba SUG 2018 Election

Awards
Delta State NYSC State Award for 1998 Rural Community Development
Delta State University Abraka Leadership Award for Departmental President
NAPPS KSU Best Lecturer Award for 2004, and 2008
Distinguished Public Affairs Analyst Award for 2014 and 2015


CONFERENCES/SEMINARS ATTENDED

1.International Conference on Good Governance and Development held at Ekpoma, Edo State, organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences 2004. Paper title: The Contradictions of Elected Dictators in Nigeria.
2.National Association of Academic (ANA) First National Conference Held Monday 10th – Friday 14th, April, 2006 at AAU, Ekpoma. Paper Title: Economic Reliance for National Development.
3.Centre for Gender Studies in Collaboration with Centre for Family Development (COEFAD) 2nd National Conference on the Family Development Held Monday 12th – Friday 16th, April, 2006, at BSU, Makurdi. Paper Title: Gender Inequality in Nigeria: Implications for National Development.
4.Association of Nigeria Academic (ANA) 3rd Annual National Conference Held Monday 21st - Friday 25th April, 2008, at Federal College of Education, Okene. Paper Title: The Role of Student Unionism in Nation Building.
5.National Association of Academic (ANA) 2nd National Conference held Asaba, Delta State between 5th – 9th 2007 Paper presented titled: Effective Grass-root Political Mobilization and Strategies for Participation during Elections.
6.The Contradictions of the Seven Point Agenda and Nigeria Development. Paper Presented at the Faculty of Social Science Seminar, Delta State University, Abraka. July, 2009.
7.Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Paper Presented at the Faculty of Social Science Seminar, Delta State University, Abraka. July, 2009.
8.International Research and Development Institute Conference, Held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Held between 9th – 12th February, 2010. Paper Title: Political Violence and Ethno-Religious Conflicts in Nigeria.
9.International Research and Development Institute Conference, Held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, between 9th – 12th February, 2010. Paper Title: Elections and Political Violence, Implications on Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
10.Centre for Environmental and Niger Delta Studies (CENDS) Delta State University, Abraka: 1st International Conference Theme: Sustainable Environment Peace and Security. Paper Title: Vocational Education for Sustainable Peace and Security in the Niger Delta.
11.Centre for Environmental and Niger Delta Studies (CENDS) Delta State University, Abraka: 1st International Conference Theme: Sustainable Environment Peace and Security. Paper Title: The Social Contract Theory of the State and Security in the Niger Delta.
12.Gender Inequality in Africa: Implications on Sustainable Development in the Gender Studies International Conference with the theme: Gender Equality and Sustainable Development in the attainment of MDG at University of Benin between 18-21 April, 2010. Other papers presented are: (A) The Development of Feminism: Lessons for African Women (b) Gender Inequality in Nigeria: Implications on Sustainable Development.
13.Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) 27th Annual Conference, held in Makurdi, Benue State between 19th – 24 November, 2008 Paper title: The Crisis of Democratic Leadership in Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
14.National Association for Science, Humanities and Educational Research (NASHER) Annual Conference, with the Theme: Information and Communication Technology and Globalization Held at Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, between 22nd – 25th September, 2010. Title of papers presented are: (1). ICT and Globalization: Implications on Nigeria’s Political Instability and Underdevelopment, (2). ICT, Globalization and Education: the Future of the African Union (AU).
15.Six International Conference on Developments Studies with the Theme: Millennium Development Goals: A Challenge for Today’s Internationals, Paper Title: The Global Economic Recession and its Implications for National Development in Nigeria, held at the Benue State University, Makurdi, between 2-3 February, 2011.
16.Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) 28th Annual Conference, held in Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto between 19th – 22nd June, 2011. Central Theme: The State and the Global Economic Crisis. Paper title: The Global Economic Crisis: Implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
17.First Inter-disciplinary International Conference organized by the University of Eldoret, Kenya, in conjunction with Anambra State University, Awka, between the 3rd-5th September, 2013 at Eldoret University, Kenya. Paper presented: Gender, Democratic Governance and Development in Nigeria
18.12th Global Conference on Violence, with the Theme: Probing the Boundaries, held at 5, Star Hotel Real Palacio, Lisbon, Portugal, from Friday 2nd-Sunday 4th May, 2014. Paper presented: The Implications of Violence on Rural Development in Kogi State.
19.Third International Conference on Africa Democracy and Development, organized by Centre for Development and Democracy, at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Anatomy Conference Centre, Gwagwalada, Abuja, between 10th-12th, February, 2014. Paper presented: The role of Vocational Education in Rural Development in Nigeria.
20.Third International Conference on Africa Democracy and Development, organized by Centre for Development and Democracy, at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Anatomy Conference Centre, Gwagwalada, Abuja, between 10th-12th, February, 2014. Paper presented: Democratic Governance in Nigeria under the PDP 1999-2013: a Critique
21. African Media and Democracy Conference 2014 Accra Ghana held at NIC Conference Centre, Accra-Ghana, Wednesday 6th-Saturday, 9th, August, 2014. Title of Paper Presented: Media and Governance in Nigeria: the Challenges for Development.
22. Tomorrow people Organisation 8th Annual Conference with the Theme: Poverty and Social Protection, held from 9-11, March, 2015, Bangkok, Thailand. Title of Paper presented: The Contradiction of Democratic Governance in the Rural Areas in Nigeria
23. Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) 29th Annual Conference, held at the Nassarawa State University, Keffi, between 29th July-2nd August, 2015. Central Theme: Governance, Economy and National Security in Nigeria. Paper presented, The Challenges of Good Governance and Development: Implications for Kogi State
24. Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) North Central Chapter First Annual Conference and General Assembly, with the Theme: Post-Election Peace Building and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria, held at the Benue State University, Makurdi from 2nd-4th, March, 2015. Paper presented, The Challenges of Voters Mobilization Strategies and Post-Election Peace Building in Kogi State

Memberships

NPSA (Nigerian Political Science Association)
ANA (Association of Nigerian Academic)
AIRDA (African Intellectual Research and Development Association) Kenya
AMDC (Africa Media and Democracy Institute) Ghana

Publications

1.Enojo, K. (2018) Electoral Contradictions in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic : Challenges for Political Parties and Political Gladiator, Journal of Contemporary Social Research, A Publication of The faculty of Social Sciences, Kogi State University, Anyigba, Nigeria, Volume 3, Number 1, July 2018, PP:17-22
2.Enojo, K. and Obi Success, (2016) Impact of Political Development on Rural-Urban Industrialization in Kogi State Central District Kogi Journal of Politics, Vol. 3 Number 1 September, 2016, Pg: 137-154.
3.Enojo, K. and Avidime, S.S, (2018) Political Conflict, God Fatherism and Democratic Sustainability in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: Kogi Journal of Politics, Vol. 3 Number 1 September, 2016, Pg: 47-61.
4.Enojo, K. (2012) Political Culture and Participation: Implications for Sustainable Democratic Governance in Nigeria Kogi Journal of Politics, Vol. 2 Number 2 December. Pg: 45-59.
5.Enojo, K. (2011) Military and Politics: Issues and Challenges, Kongjourn: An International Journal of Sociology, Volume 1, Number 2, August 1, PP: 171 – 189.
6.Enojo, K. with V. Egwemi (2011) Electoral Corruption in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: The Place of Political Parties and Godfatherism, Lapai Journal of Central Nigeria History, volume 4/5, Number 1 and 2, PP: 116-124
7.Enojo, K. with Egwemi, V. (2011) The Impact of Globalization on Developing Economies, Lapai Journal of Humanities, Volume 4, Number 5, PP: 262-271
8.Enojo, K. (2010) Conflicts Resolution: The Role of African Union and the United Nation Organization in the Darfur Region Crisis. Lapai International Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Volume 4 (2) December, 2011 PP: 91 – 112
9.Enojo, K. (2010) The Imperative of Quantitative Research in Analyzing Political Problems Using Non-Parametric Technique. Journal of Social and Policy Issues, Volume 7, Number 2, (www.irdionline.org ISSN; 1117-1668) PP: 58-71.
10.Enojo, K. (2010) Political Violence and Ethno-Religious Conflicts: Implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic, in Journal of the National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER) Vol. 8, Number 1, June, PP: 85-100
11.Enojo, K. (2010) Blundering into Economic Solution with Privatization: Implications on national Infrastructural Development. International Journal of Development Studies, Volume 5, number 4, PP: 54-62.
12.Enojo, K. (2010) Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: The Role of Education for Women and the Girl-Child. Journal of Social Policy and Society, Volume 5, number 1, 2010 PP: 105-118
13.Enojo, K. (2010) The Contradictions External Debt in Nigeria and Its Implications on National Security and Infrastructural Development Kogi Journal of Politics, volume 1, Number 1, 2010.
14.Enojo, K. (2010) The Development of Feminism: Lessons for the Nigerian Women Kogjoun, An International Journal of Sociology, Volume 1, Number 1, October, PP: 35 – 51.
15.Enojo, K. (2010) The Nexus between Debt Crisis and Poverty in Nigeria under Obasanjo from 1999-2007. Journal of the National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER), Volume 8, Number 3, December, PP: 84 – 102
16.Enojo, K. (2010) ICT and Globalization: Implications for Political Instability and Underdevelopment in Nigeria, Lapai International Journal of Management and Social Sciences, volume 3 Number 1 and 2,2010 PP: 317-339
17.Enojo, K. (2010) Gender Inequality in Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Development, Kogi Journal of Politics, Volume 1, Number 3, December, PP: 28-43.
18.Enojo with Aliu M. (2010) Globalization and the Nigerian Manufacturing Sector in Journal of Social and Policy Issues, International Research and Development Institute, volume 7, Number 3, PP: 58 – 67
19.Enojo, K. (2009) The Crisis of Democratic Governance in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic (1999-2007) in Kogi Journal of Management Vol. 3. No. 1 PP: 231-250.
20.Enojo, K. with Shola, O. (2009) Globalization, World Trade Organization and the Challenges of Sustainable Development in Africa. New York: www.JSD-AFRICA.com/JSDA/vol.10.No.4 spring.
21.Enojo, K. with Egwemi, V. (2009) Effective Grass-root Political Communication and Mobilization Strategies during Election: the Nigerian Experience, Lapai Journal of Humanities Journal of the Department of History and Archeology, Ibrahim Badamasu Babangida University, Lapai, Niger State, Volume 3 Number 1 and 2 PP: 165 – 181.
22.Enojo, K. with M.U. Ogbuke, (2009) Ethnic Leadership and Good Governance in Nigeria: The Murtala Mohammed Example in Journal of Development Perspectives, Volume 4, No. 1, June, PP: 1 – 25.
23.Enojo K. (2007) Globalization and the Nigerian Economy: A False Imagination and Collective Hypocrisy. Journal of Academic by Association of Nigeria Academic (ANA) Volume 2, Number 21, PP: 56 – 66.
24.Enojo, K. with M.U. Ogbuke, (2007) Corruption in Nigeria: Implications for National Development. Nigerian Journal of Research and Production (NIJOREP) Volume 11, Number 1, November, PP: 60 – 74.
25.Enojo, K. with M.U. Ogbuke (2007) Economic Reforms for National Development: Perspectives on Political Science Education in Nigeria. Journal of Academic by Association of Nigerian Academic (ANA) Volume 1, Number 2, PP: 237 – 244.
26.Enojo, K. with M.U. Ogbuke (2007) Democratic Participation and Political Recruitment: The Study of Party System and Pressure Groups in Nigeria. The Abuja Management Review (AMR) Volume 5, Issue Number 1, June, PP: 172 – 182.




(c)BOOKS/CHAPTERS
24.Enojo, K. (2012) The Interface Between Corruption and Underdevelopment in Nigeria, in V.Egwemi (ed.) Corruption in Nigeria: Issues, Challenges and Possibilities, Ibadan: Aboki Publishers, PP: 108-123
25.Enojo, K. (2010) Elections in Nigeria from 1999-2009: Issues and Challenges, in Egwemi, V. (Ed) A Decade of Democracy in Nigeria, 1999-2009: Issues, Challenges and Prospects of Consolidation, Makurdi: Aboki Publishers.
26.Enojo, K. (2010) Vocational Education for Sustainable Peace, Security and Development, in Akpotor A.S. et al (Eds.) Abraka: Delta State University Publication PP: 239 – 251.
27.Enojo, K. (2010) The Nexus between Homeland-Security, Development in the Niger-Delta and the Threat to National Security in Nigeria, in Akpotor A.S. et al (Eds) Readings in Homeland Security and Development, Abraka: Faculty of Social Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka, PP: 123-136.
28.Enojo, K. (2009) Millennium Development Goals and Political Stability in Nigeria in Omotor, D.G. and Atubi, A.O. (Eds) Millennium Development Goals: Integrated Issues. Vol 4 No. 1 December 2009. Abraka: Delta State University Publication PP: 21 – 32.
29.Enojo, K. (2009) Globalization and the Culture of Third World Economy: Implications for National Development Cultural Renaissance and National Development in the 21st Century
Abuja: Roots Books Nigeria Limited, PP: 46-57.
30 Enojo,K. (2014) The Global Economic Crisis: Implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria, in Makodi, B. (ed.) A Publication of NPSA, Sokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press
31 Enojo, K. (2013) Electoral Violence in Nigeria: Focus on the 2011 General Elections in Egwemi, V. (ed.) Issues in the 2011 General Elections in Nigeria, Lapai Democracy Series 7, Lapai: IBB university, Press
32 Enojo, K. (2010) The Development of African Economy: Issues, Challenges and Prospects of Globalization and World Trade Organisation, Journal of Social Policy and Society, Volume 5, Number 2, Calabar: Duncan Science Press






CONFERENCES/SEMINARS ATTENDED

1.International Conference on Good Governance and Development held at Ekpoma, Edo State, organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences 2004. Paper title: The Contradictions of Elected Dictators in Nigeria.
2.National Association of Academic (ANA) First National Conference Held Monday 10th – Friday 14th, April, 2006 at AAU, Ekpoma. Paper Title: Economic Reliance for National Development.
3.Centre for Gender Studies in Collaboration with Centre for Family Development (COEFAD) 2nd National Conference on the Family Development Held Monday 12th – Friday 16th, April, 2006, at BSU, Makurdi. Paper Title: Gender Inequality in Nigeria: Implications for National Development.
4.Association of Nigeria Academic (ANA) 3rd Annual National Conference Held Monday 21st - Friday 25th April, 2008, at Federal College of Education, Okene. Paper Title: The Role of Student Unionism in Nation Building.
5.National Association of Academic (ANA) 2nd National Conference held Asaba, Delta State between 5th – 9th 2007 Paper presented titled: Effective Grass-root Political Mobilization and Strategies for Participation during Elections.
6.The Contradictions of the Seven Point Agenda and Nigeria Development. Paper Presented at the Faculty of Social Science Seminar, Delta State University, Abraka. July, 2009.
7.Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Paper Presented at the Faculty of Social Science Seminar, Delta State University, Abraka. July, 2009.
8.International Research and Development Institute Conference, Held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Held between 9th – 12th February, 2010. Paper Title: Political Violence and Ethno-Religious Conflicts in Nigeria.
9.International Research and Development Institute Conference, Held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, between 9th – 12th February, 2010. Paper Title: Elections and Political Violence, Implications on Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
10.Centre for Environmental and Niger Delta Studies (CENDS) Delta State University, Abraka: 1st International Conference Theme: Sustainable Environment Peace and Security. Paper Title: Vocational Education for Sustainable Peace and Security in the Niger Delta.
11.Centre for Environmental and Niger Delta Studies (CENDS) Delta State University, Abraka: 1st International Conference Theme: Sustainable Environment Peace and Security. Paper Title: The Social Contract Theory of the State and Security in the Niger Delta.
12.Gender Inequality in Africa: Implications on Sustainable Development in the Gender Studies International Conference with the theme: Gender Equality and Sustainable Development in the attainment of MDG at University of Benin between 18-21 April, 2010. Other papers presented are: (A) The Development of Feminism: Lessons for African Women (b) Gender Inequality in Nigeria: Implications on Sustainable Development.
13.Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) 27th Annual Conference, held in Makurdi, Benue State between 19th – 24 November, 2008 Paper title: The Crisis of Democratic Leadership in Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
14.National Association for Science, Humanities and Educational Research (NASHER) Annual Conference, with the Theme: Information and Communication Technology and Globalization Held at Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, between 22nd – 25th September, 2010. Title of papers presented are: (1). ICT and Globalization: Implications on Nigeria’s Political Instability and Underdevelopment, (2). ICT, Globalization and Education: the Future of the African Union (AU).
15.Six International Conference on Developments Studies with the Theme: Millennium Development Goals: A Challenge for Today’s Internationals, Paper Title: The Global Economic Recession and its Implications for National Development in Nigeria, held at the Benue State University, Makurdi, between 2-3 February, 2011.
16.Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) 28th Annual Conference, held in Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto between 19th – 22nd June, 2011. Central Theme: The State and the Global Economic Crisis. Paper title: The Global Economic Crisis: Implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
17.First Inter-disciplinary International Conference organized by the University of Eldoret, Kenya, in conjunction with Anambra State University, Awka, between the 3rd-5th September, 2013 at Eldoret University, Kenya. Paper presented: Gender, Democratic Governance and Development in Nigeria
18.12th Global Conference on Violence, with the Theme: Probing the Boundaries, held at 5, Star Hotel Real Palacio, Lisbon, Portugal, from Friday 2nd-Sunday 4th May, 2014. Paper presented: The Implications of Violence on Rural Development in Kogi State.
19.Third International Conference on Africa Democracy and Development, organized by Centre for Development and Democracy, at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Anatomy Conference Centre, Gwagwalada, Abuja, between 10th-12th, February, 2014. Paper presented: The role of Vocational Education in Rural Development in Nigeria.
20.Third International Conference on Africa Democracy and Development, organized by Centre for Development and Democracy, at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Anatomy Conference Centre, Gwagwalada, Abuja, between 10th-12th, February, 2014. Paper presented: Democratic Governance in Nigeria under the PDP 1999-2013: a Critique
21. African Media and Democracy Conference 2014 Accra Ghana held at NIC Conference Centre, Accra-Ghana, Wednesday 6th-Saturday, 9th, August, 2014. Title of Paper Presented: Media and Governance in Nigeria: the Challenges for Development.
22. Tomorrow people Organisation 8th Annual Conference with the Theme: Poverty and Social Protection, held from 9-11, March, 2015, Bangkok, Thailand. Title of Paper presented: The Contradiction of Democratic Governance in the Rural Areas in Nigeria
23. Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) 29th Annual Conference, held at the Nassarawa State University, Keffi, between 29th July-2nd August, 2015. Central Theme: Governance, Economy and National Security in Nigeria. Paper presented, The Challenges of Good Governance and Development: Implications for Kogi State
24. Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) North Central Chapter First Annual Conference and General Assembly, with the Theme: Post-Election Peace Building and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria, held at the Benue State University, Makurdi from 2nd-4th, March, 2015. Paper presented, The Challenges of Voters Mobilization Strategies and Post-Election Peace Building in Kogi State

Specializations

Political Science

Research Archive

(a)COMPLETED RESEARCH WORKS
1.Transition to Civilian Rule: The Study of General IBB 1985 – 1993, Unpublished B.Sc Thesis submitted to the Department of Political Science, Delta State University, Abraka, December 1997.
2.The Crisis of Democratic Sustainable Development in Nigeria (2003 - 2007) Unpublished M.Sc Thesis submitted to the Department of Political Science, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, May 2007.
3.Electoral Violence and Assassinations in Nigeria (1999 - 2011). Unpublished PhD Thesis submitted to the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State, August, 2012.

Responsibilities

Corps Liaison Officer, NYSC, Ukwuani LGA from February-December, 1998
President: National Association of Political Science Students, DELSU, Abraka, 1996 – 1997
President: Graduate Students Association, (GSA) Uni-Port, 2001 – 2002
Secretary: Examination Malpractices Committee FASS, KSU, Anyigba 2003 – 2005
Secretary: Examination Time – Table Committee FASS, KSU, Anyigba 2003 – 2007
Secretary: Lecture Time – Table Committee FASS, KSU, Anyigba 2003 – 2007.
Department Level Adviser, 2003 – 2009
Member, FASS Landscaping Committee, 2007-2009
Co-ordinator, Undergraduate Project, Department of Political Science 2012-date
Member Kogi State University, Anyigba SUG 2014 Election
Member Departmental Journal Editorial Board 2011-2013
Associate Editor, Journal of Politics, KSU, Anyigba, 2013-Date
Member, Congress Representative at the Senate, KSU, 2014-2018
Deputy Director, General Studies (G.S.T.) KSU, Anyigba, 2016-Date
Post Graduate Co-ordinator, Department of Political Science, 2016-Date
Associate Editor, Faculty of Social Sciences Journal, KSU, Anyigba, 2017-Date
Member Kogi State University, Anyigba SUG 2018 Election

COURSES TAUGHT IN THE LAST THREE SESSION
1.POS 101: Introduction to Political Science
2.POS 102:Introduction to African Politics
3.POS 104:Citizens and the State
4.POS 203:Introduction to Politics Ideas
5.POS 205: Introduction to International Relations
6.POS 206:Foundation of Political Economy
7.POS 209:Statistics for Political Science
8.POS 210:Introduction to Comparative Politics
9.POS 302: Contemporary Political Analysis
10.POS 303:Logic/Methods of Political Inquiry and Social Research
11.POS 308:Political Data Analysis
12.POS 403:Military and Politics
13.POS 405:Development Administration in Nigeria
14.POS 402:State and Economy
15.POS 403:Politics and Law in Africa
16.POS 406: African Political Thought
17. POS 414: Political Sociology
Number of undergraduate Project Supervised since 2003 till Date=704



Post-Graduate Courses Taught in the Last Three Academic Session
1. POS 701: Theories and Methods of Political Inquiry
2. POS 703: Issues in Nigerian Government and Politics
3. POS 740: African Political Thought
4. POS 742: Modern Political Thought
5. POS 744: Political Economy of Nigeria
6. POS 746: International Economic Relations
7. POS 748: Methodology
8. POS 747: Public Policy Analysis
9. POS 844: Conflict Resolution and Development
10. POS 848: Research Methods for Doctoral Students

Number of Post Graduate (M.Sc) Theses Supervised since 2013 =12
Number of Doctoral Student (Ph.D) Supervised since 2013 =3

COMMUNITY SERVICES
1: The Role of Student Union in Promoting Academic Excellence: paper presented at the Inauguration ceremony 2009/2010 session of the National Association of Kogi State Students (NAKOSS) on 27th January, 2010
2: Politics and Development: The Role of Youth as an Agent Positive Change, paper presented at the workshop Organized by the National Association of Political Science Students at Anyigba Hotel on the 22nd May, 2008
3. Commonwealth as a Tool for Youth Development in Nigeria, paper presented at Federal Government Secondary School, Ugwolawo, on the 27th May, 2005.
4.The Politics of Ethnic Leadership in Nigeria: Implications for Educational Development paper presented at the Workshop organized by NAKOS, KSU, Anyigba chapter, on the 24th April 2007.
5.Effective Political Mobilization: The role of Youth in Kogi State, paper presented at workshop organized by Kogi Youth Vanguard for Political Change on the 4th April 2007
6.The Role of Youth in Rural Politics and Political Development, paper presented at the workshop organized by National Association of Ibaji Youth Movement on 23rd December 2007.
7.The role of Qualitative Education for Development: The Place of an Ibaji Youth, paper presented at the annual Workshop organized by National Association of Ibaji Students Union on the 27th December, 2009
8.Religion, Politics and Ethnicity: Implications on National Development, paper presented at the annual workshop Organized by the National Association of Lay-readers and Bloc-Rosary held at St. Fidelis’ Catholic Church, Aduwawa, Benin-City, Edo State, July, 5th 2010.
9.Secularization and Evangelism: Issues and Challenges of Catholic Youth Organization in Nigeria. Paper presented at the Monthly Seminar/Youth Mass Organized by the Catholic Youth Organization of Nigeria (CYON) held at St. Fidelis Catholic Church, Aduwawa, Benin, Edo State, July 7th, 2012.
10.The Importance of Vocational Education in Nigeria: A lecture delivered at Government Science college, Dekina, The lecture was organized by corps Liaison Officer, Dekina Local Government, Kogi State, 12, July, 2013
11.Leadership, Integrity and Development in Nigeria: challenges and Prospects, a lecture delivered at Professor F.S. Idachaba lecture theatre, organized by Dekina local government area Corps Members to commemorate the Passing-Out-Exercise of the 2012/2013 corps Members, 28th, September, 2013
12.The Role of NGOs in Effective Electioneering Campaign, a Public Lecture Delivered at M&G Hotel, Anyigba, Kogi State, 25th November, 2014
13.The Challenges of Insecurity on Good Governance in Kogi State, a Public Lecture Delivered at Glass House, Kogi State Government House, Lokoja, 6th December, 2014
14.Good Governance and Civil society in Nigeria: A Panacea for National Development, a Public Lecture Delivered at The Glass House, Kogi State Government House, Lokoja, 25th January, 2015
15. Post Election Peace Building: The Challenges for the Opposition Political Parties, a Public Lecture Delivered at Anyigba Hotel, Dekina LGA, 4th July, 2015
16.Voters Mobilization Strategies: The Place of Political Behaviour, a Public Lecture Delivered at Onyedega, Ibaji Local Government Secretariat, 25th September, 2015
17.Civil Society: The Bride between Electorate and Politicians, a Public Lecture Delivered at the Glass House, Kogi State Government House, Lokoja, 27th November, 2015
18.Political Science Discipline: The Crux of Social Sciences, a Public Lecture Delivered at the Quintessence Groups, Benin-City, Annual Public Lecture, 23rd February, 2016
19.Politics and Rural Development in Ibaji, A Public Lecture Delivered on the 17th Feburary, 2018 During Ibaji Students Day. Kogi State University, Anyigba. (4pm)
20.Examination Malpractices and Teachers’ Complicity: Implications on Excellence. Public Lecture delivery on the Second Anniversary of Honourable Benjamin Ikani Okolo, Member, Representing Dekina/Bassa Federal Constituency, 17th February, 2018. (10am).