Application for Admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy 76 Regular Course

Dr Bem Japhet Audu

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Dr Bem Japhet Audu

Department of History and War Studies,

Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna.

 

      1. 1. Appointment: Acting Head, Centre for the Study of Leadership and Complex Military Operations, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna
      1. 2. File No.1521
      1. 3. Department of History and War Studies, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna.
      1. 4. Date of birth: 14/04/1977
      1. 5. State of Origin:Benue
      1. 6. LGA:Konshisha
      1. 7. Nationality:Nigerian
      1. 8. Marital status:Married
      1. 9. Gender: Male
      1. 10. Contact Address: Department of History and War Studies, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna.
      1. 11. Date of Appointment: 1 March, 2017

12. Present rank:Lecturer I CONUASS 4 step 8

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES)

  1. Ph.D History (International Studies): 2016 Nigerian Defence Academy,  Kaduna. 
  2. M.A. History, 2013: Benue State University, Makurdi
  3. M.A. International Relations and Strategic Studies, 2007: Benue State University, Makurdi
  4. B.A. (Hons) History, 2003: Benue State University, Makurdi
  5. Diploma in Journalism, 1997: Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria 

PUBLICATIONS

    1. 1. Bem Japhet Audu and Danga Yusuf Jamiu, “Nigerian Defence Academy and Military Entrepreneurship” in Sanya Ojo (ed.) Global Perspectives on Military Entrepreneurship and Innovation IGI. 2021.

https://www.igi-global.com/pdf.aspx?tid=272333&ptid=256627&ctid=15&t=Table%20of%20ContenDOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6655-8.ch012. 248-261. 

2. Bem Japhet Audu, “Global Competition for Africa”. Small Wars Journal Global Competition for Africa | Small Wars Journal 11 October, 2021. 

3. Shuaibu Ibrahim, Bem Japhet Audu, Thomas Terungwa Tyav and Maryam Hamza, “Democracy and Good Governance in Nigeria: Roadmap to Sustainable Development”. Journal of Social Sciences, Kampala International University. 7 (2) 45-56, 2021.

4. S. Ibrahim,B. J. Audu T. A. Anloho, ‘Politics and Cross-Border Migrations in Africa:  Forced Migration of Cameroonians and Food Crisis in Benue state, Nigeria since 2016’, KIU Journal of Humanities,Kampala International University, 5 (2) (2020), 67-74. 

5. B. J. Audu and Shuaibu Ibrahim, ‘The Nigerian Armed Forces in Peacetime Deployment of Troops to Congo, Liberia, Mali and Sierra Leone, 1960-2015’ (forthcoming)

FOREIGN JOURNAL ARTICLES

CHAPTERS IN BOOK

        1. Muhammed Sanusi Lawal and Bem Japhet Audu, “Traditional Institutions and Firearms in Africa: The Politics and Historiography of Small Arms and Conflict Management” in Usman A. Tar and Charles P. Onwurah (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Small Arms and Conflicts in Africa, April, 2021, pp517-537.  
        2. S. Ibrahim and B. J. Audu, “Oil Business, Youth Restiveness and Militancy in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria” in Festschrift in honour of Prof Sam Aghalino. 2022. 
        3. O. O. Tangban and B. J. Audu, ‘Leadership and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: Gaps, Challenges and Prospects,’ in A. O. Ahmed, N. Machie and B. J. Audu (eds.), Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Development in Nigeria: Festschrift in Honour of Prof Azubuike Sonny Nwankwo (Kaduna: NDA Publishers, 2020), 15-24.

SOLE-AUTHORED BOOKS

        1. B. J. Audu, Wars and Changing Patterns of Inter-Group Relations in the Middle Benue Valley of Nigeria, c.1300-1900 (Kaduna: NDA Publishers, 2018).

EDITED BOOKS

        1. A. O. Ahmed, N. Machie and B. J. Audu, Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Development in Nigeria: Festschrift in Honour of Prof Azubuike Sonny Nwankwo (Kaduna: NDA Publishers, 2020). 
        2. O. O. Okpeh, S. Ibrahim, B. J. Audu and M. Hamza (eds.), Precolonial Military History of Northern Nigeria (Canada: University of Calgary Publishers) (Forthcoming)