Jamaludden Muhammed ALI

Jamaludden Muhammed ALI
Graduate Assistant, Department of Defence and Security studies
1.      Name Jamaludden Muhammed ALI MPCM, B.A
2.      Department Dept. of Defence and Security Studies 
3.      Telephone +2348147620712
4.      Date and Place of Birth       3rd February 1991, Kaduna State
5.      State of Origin Kaduna  State
6. L.G.A Kaduna North
7. Nationality Nigerian
8. Marital status Single
9. Gender Male
10. Contact Address Dept. of Defence and Security Studies, NDA Kaduna
 11. Present Rank Graduate Assistant
 12. Date of Appointment 26th November 2019



  1. MSc Defence and Strategic Studies – Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna (in view) 
  2. Masters in Peace and Conflict Management (MPCM) – Ahmadu Bello University Zaria (2019) 
  3. B.A International Relations – Cyprus International University (2016) 
  4. Diploma in Law (Civil Law) – Ahmadu Bello University Zaria (2010) 
  5. SSCE – Command Day Secondary School, Ribadu Cantonment, NDA Kaduna (2008) 
  6. PSLCE – Muslim Sister’s Organization Nursery/Primary School Kaduna (2002) 



  1. Ali, J. M, (2020), Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa and Reactions in Nigeria: The Role of Civil Society in Mitigating Violence. Nigerian Forum:  A Journal of Opinion on World Affairs, Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Lagos. 
  2. Tar, U.A. and Ali, J.M., (2020, forthcoming), Nigeria’s Relation with OIC: Nigerian Foreign Policy at Sixty and beyond.
  3. Ayegba, S. B., and Ali, J.M., (2020, forthcoming), Covid-19 and Regionalism in Africa: Ecowas Response; The Politics of Health Pandemics in Africa: Global and Local Perspectives.
  4. Ali, J. M., and Ayegba, S. B., (2020, forthcoming), OAU and the Challenges of Managing Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Africa: Perspective on Regional Integration, Security and Development in Africa: Essays in Honour of Professor Amadu Sesay. NDA Press Kaduna. 
  5. Garba, N., and Ali, J.M., (2020, forthcoming), Cooperative policing in Arica: working with Other Agencies to fight Crime and Insurgency.
  6. Wapmuk, S., Danladi, S. A., and Ali, J.M., (2020, forthcoming), Security Agencies and the Management of Electoral Violence in Nigeria: A Role Analysis. Labar: Journal of Military History and Peace Studies. Nigerian Army University, Biu, Borno State
  7. Bala, B., Ali, J.M., and Akinniyi, P., (2020, forthcoming), Military Aid to Civil Authority; Securing Nigeria’s Democracy: Perspectives on Democratic Control of the Military in a Fragile Democracy. Yusufu Bala Usman Institute Zaria and NDA Press Kaduna