Application for Admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy 76 Regular Course

Hannatu Kaka Ali

Senior Lecturer, Department of History and War Studies, Nigerian Defence Academy – Kaduna 

  1. Name in Full: Hannatu Kaka Ali 
  2. Department: Dept. of History and War Studies
  3. Date of Birth: 24th July, 1967
  4. State of Origin: Niger State 
  5. L.G.A: Lapai  
  6. Nationality: Nigerian 
  7. Marital status: Married 
  8. Gender: Female   

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES)

  1. Nigerian Defence Academy:     Ph.D.  Military History             2015
  2. University of Jos: M.A.   Economic History 2000         
  3. Bayero University, Kano: B.A. Ed (Hons) History,              1990

PUBLICATIONS

  1. M.L Salahu and H.K Ali, Curbing Corruption and Immorality in Nigeria Educational System: A Historical Paradigm in Journal of Innovative Studies in Sociology and Humanities, Volume 2, Issue 7, www.ijisshorg, International Journal of Innovative Studies in Sociology and Humanities.            
  2. Hannatu K. Ali, et al “An Investigation on the Forgotten Aspect of Cultures and Influence of Western Education Among Communities in Niger State, Nigeria” in International Journal of Education & Literacy Studies (IJELS) Australia, Vol. 6, Issue3, 2018

NATIONAL PUBLICATION

  1. Hannatu K. Ali, Market and Trade Routes in Bida Emirate 1857-1897 in Lapai Journal of Nigerian History, Vol. II, No.1, 2018
  2. H.K Ali, The Use of ICT in the Promotion of Historical Studies in Nigeria in Lapai Journal of Nigerian History, 2019.
  3. Ali, H.K. & Sule, S. “Internal Security Threat in Nigeria: The Role of Leadership in Surmounting the Challenges”, International Journal of Intellectual Discourse (IJID), Bauchi State University, Gadau, Vol.2, Iss.2 December 2019.
  4. H.K. Ali & S.O Olorede, “Military History and Organization of Offa Land, 1850-1886”, Ilorin Journal for History and International Studies, Vol. 9, No.1, 2019, pp. 18-34.
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. Hannatu K Ali, Yusuf Abdulahi & Afeni Tony kolawale. “Contributions of Military Regimes in National Integration of Nigeria” in Adam Okene, Nnamdi Madiche & Bem Japhet Audu (ED) Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Development in Nigeria. Festchrift in Honour of Professor Azubuike Sonny Nwankwo, NDA Publishers Kaduna 2020.
  2. Hannatu K Ali, “Military Weapons Command and Tactics of Bida Emirate 1857- 1897” in Salahu M. Lawal & Iliyasu Yakubu Ahmed (ED) Revisiting Sokoto Caliphate: Legacy and New Frontiers. Gedenkschrift in Memory of Professor Saad Abubakar. Aboki Publishers, 2020