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Phone number: 07035517110


    1. Name in full: Michael, Esther Amiemenomoh
    2. Department: Languages
    3. Date and Place of birth: 7th September, 1981 Agenebode.
    4. State of Origin: Edo
    5. L.G.A: Etsako East
    6. Nationality: Nigeria
    7. Marital Status: Married
    8. Gender: Female
    9. Contact address: Dept. Of Languages, Fass, Nda.
    10. Date of First Appointment: 13th Novemeber, 2013.

Present Rank: Lecturer 1


  1. PhD – Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, PhD in French Linguistics 2022
  2. M.A – Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Masters of Arts in French Linguistics 2012
  3. PGDE – National Teachers’ Intitute (NTI), Kaduna, PGD in Education 2014
  4. Certificate –   Alliance française Jos, Plateau State (DELF), B2 2008.
  5. Diploma in Computer Application, MBM Computer School, Abuja 2007
  6. A (Hons.) – Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Bachelor of Arts in General French Language 2006.


  1. Esther A.  Musa and Koko O Joseph (2021), Les Temps verbaux entre Edo et Ogun. Published in Journal of History and International Relations (VUNA). Department of History and International Relations, Veritas University, Abuja. Vol. 5, No. 5.
  2. Sabo D.E. and Musa E.A (2021), Diminutives in French, Etsako and Jju in; Omonzojie, E (eds). Language Matters in Contemporary West Africa, a Refreed Book in honour of Professor Fred Emordi, Editions Africatex Médias, Porto Novo Bénin Republic, 19 – 33.
  3. Esther A. Musa (2020). Pluralization of Nouns in Etsako. A publication in Issues in Minority Languages and Language Development in Nigeria: A Festschrift in honour of Andrew Haruna. Published by The Linguistic Association of Nigeria. 
  4. Esther A Musa (2019), L’Attribution des genres des noms en Français: les difficultés chez les apprenants Edo de français. A publication Kaduna State University Journal of French (KASUJOF). Kaduna. Vol.5.
  5. Esther A Musa and Halima Shuaibu (2019) Etsako and French Numeral system: A Comparative Analysis. Published in Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies. Department of French, Imo State University, Owerri. Vol. 7
  6. Esther A. Musa (2016) L’Expression du Future en Edo. A publication in Linguistics, Language and Literature. A Festschrift for Prof. Gbenga S. Ibileye. Dept of English and Literary Studies, Federal University Lokoja. Kogi State.
  7. Esther A, Musa (2015) le sens de la vie dans la condition humaine d’Andre Malraux. A publication in African Journal of Humanities (AJH) Vol. 2 No.1.
  8. Esther A. Musa (2013) L’expression du passé en edo. A publication in Ahmadu Bello University Department of French. (ABUDoF). V0l 2 No. 2
  9. Esther A. Musa (2010) Une lecture feministe D’une femme un jour de Genevieve Ngosso kouo. A publication in Northern inter-university French journal (NUFJOL) vol. 2, No.1


  1. 15th – 21st August, 2021-2021 Conference of West African Languages Congress (WALC) and The Linguistic association of Nigeria (LAN). Lagos State University, Nigeria. “Languages, Litteratures and the Challenges of Instability and Corruption in West Africa”
  2. 17th – 19th February, 2020-9th Annual Northern Universities French Conference (NUFCON) and AGM. Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina. “French Language and Society Transformation in Nigeria”
  3. 2nd– 6th December, 2019 – 31st Annual conference of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria. University of Abuja, Nigeria. “Language, Literature and Culture for National Integration”.
  4. 11th– 15th August, 2019 31st -West African Languages Congress (WALC). Felix Houphouet-Boigny University, Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. “African Languages as Solutions to the Economic Social and Environmental Challenges.
  5. 10th- 13th, June 2019 -Northern University French Conference (NORFCON). Kaduna state University, Kaduna.” French Studies, International Relations and Development in Northern Nigeria: Issues and perspectives”
  6. 7th-11th Oct. 2018- University French Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (UFTAN). Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto State: “Regional Integration in Sub-Saharan Africa through French Language.”
  7. 2nd– 5th July, 2018 – Faculty of Arts and Arewa House, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria International Conference: “Globalization, Sovereignty and the Role of the Humanities in the 21st Century Africa.
  8. 9th– 12th April, 2018 -Northern Universities French Conference (NORFCON). Held at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
  9. 12th– 16th Nov, 2017 –   University French Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (UFTAN). Held in The Nigerian French Village Badagry, Nigeria: “French for all: what future for Nigeria?
  10. 30th may – 1st June, 2017 – Exam Ethics Marshals International. Training and Induction Course. Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna, Nigeria.
  11. 6th– 10th Nov. 2016 – University French Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (UFTAN). Held at the University of Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State.
  12. 9th – 11th Oct 2012 – 5th Northern University French conference (NORFCON), held in Zaria: “French Studies in the 21st Century Nigeria”
  13. 27th– 29th June 2011 – 4th Northern university French conference (NORFCON), held in Zaria.
  14. 28th Jun – 1st Jul 2010.  3rd Northern University French conference (NORFCON), held in Kaduna.: “French and African Integration in the Era of Globalization”