Ann Yunana Akinga

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Ann Yunana Akinga

Department of History and War Studies,

Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna.

 

Ann Yunana Akinga – B.A. Hons., M. A. History, (UNIJOS), PhD Military History, Nigerian Defence academy, Kaduna. Anna’s areas of specialization are Economic and Social History. 

  1.  Surname- Akinga, Anna Yunana
  2. File Number – 0392
  3. Sex- Female
  4. Marital status- Married
  5. Date of birth- January 8th 1970
  6. Place of birth- Kono
  7. LGA- Kauru
  8. State of origin- Kaduna
  9. Nationality- Nigeria
  10. Contact address- Department of History and War Studies, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES)

    1. PhD Military History, Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna 2020.
    2. MA History University of Jos 2001
    3. BA History, University of Jos 1994. 

NDA PUBLICATIONS

  1. Self Sufficiency in Defence Industries Corporations of Nigeria and National Security: An Appraisal’ in S Ibrahim etal Defence, Security, Economy and Development in Nigeria Vol.1
  2. The need for Greater Participation of Women in Conflict Management in Nigeria Since 1980 ‘ in AM Yakubu et al Vol. Tw

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. “The Role of the Nigerian Air Force in the Nigerian Civil War 1967-1970” Kaduna Journal of Humanities Vol. 3, No. 2, 2019, KASU.
  2. “Women in Combat: A Gender Perspective” Journal of History and Military Studies Vol.1, No.1 2015, NDA.
  3. “The Role of Women in the Informal Sector of the Economy of Kaduna Metropolitan Area since 1987” FAIS Journal of Humanities BU K, 2013.
  4. “The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and Conflict Prevention in West Africa: An Appraisal” Journal of Defence Studies” Vol. 15, 2008, NDA.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Multi – Party Democracy in Nigeria (Bimbo Osefeso) Defence Studies Journal of the Nigerian Defence Academy, Vol. 10, July 2000.
  2. “The Need for greater participation of Women in Conflict Management in Nigeria”, V.S. Akran and Anna Y. Akinga in A.M Yakubu (eds.), Crisis and Conflict Management Since 1980 , Vol. II.  Pp. 650 -664.
  3. “ECOWAS and Conflict Management in West Africa an Appraisal”, the Academy Journal of Defence Studies, Kaduna, Vol. 15, July 2008.
  4. “That they may be One:  Journal in Honour of Professor A.I. Asiwaju,”  “The Academy Journal of Defence Studies, Kaduna, Vol. 16, Feb. 2009. 
  5. “The Role of Women in the Informal Sector of the Economy of Kaduna Metropolis Area since 1987”: FAIS Journal of Humanities, Bayero University Kano.