|1.||Name||Kenneth OMEJE, PhD, MSc, PGDE, BSc|
|2.||Department||Dept. of Defence and Security Studies|
|3.||Telephone||T: +44-1274 734 713; M: +44-7443611852|
|4.||Date and Place of Birth||24/05/1967|
|5.||State of Origin||–|
|11.||Contact Address||Dept. of Defence and Security Studies, NDA Kaduna|
- Ph.D. in Peace and Security Studies (2004), University of Bradford, UK.
- Postgraduate Diploma in Research Methods in Social Sciences (2002), University of Bradford, UK.
- MA in Peace and Conflict Studies, European University Centre for Peace Studies, StadtSchlaining, Austria (1995).
- M.Sc. in Political Science (International Relations, 1991), University of Nigeria, Nsukka
- B.Sc. in Political Science & Sociology (1987), University of Nigeria, Nsukka
- Omeje K. The Failure and Feasibility of Capitalism in Africa London: Palgrave Macmillan (2021).
- Omeje K. (ed.) The Governance, Security and Development Nexus: Africa Rising. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (2021).
- Omeje, K. (ed.) Peacebuilding in Contemporary Africa: In Search of Alternative Strategies. London: Routledge, 2019.
- Omeje K. (ed.) The Crises of Postcoloniality in Africa, a book project funded by CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal; 2015.
- Omeje K. & Tricia R. Hepner (eds.) Conflict and Peacebuilding in the African Great Lakes Region. Indiana University Press (2013). Book project is part of the UK government’s funded 3-year DelPHE grant.
- Omeje, K. co-edited with J. J. Abubakar & H. Galadima, Conflict of Securities: Reflections on State and Human Security in Africa, London: Adonis & Abbey Publishers, 2010.
- Omeje, K. “Managing the Covid-19 Crisis in Nigeria”, Africa Security, Special Issue: “Covid-19, Peace and Security in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities” (Autumn 2021, forthcoming).
- Omeje, K. “Natural Resource Rent and Stakeholder Politics in Africa: Towards a New Conceptualization”, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Fall 2015, pp. 92-114.
- Omeje, K. “Strengthening Peace Research and Peace Education in African Universities,” African Sociological Review, ASR Vol. 19, No. 1, 2015, pp.16-33.
- Omeje, K. “Promoting Peace and Conflict-Sensitive Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa”, African Conflict & Peacebuilding Review, Vol. 5, No. 2 (Fall 2015), pp. 33-56.
- Omeje, K. & N. Minde “The SPLM Government and the Challenges of Conflict Settlement, State-Building and Peace-Building in South Sudan.” Africa Insight, 45/1, June 2015, pp. 51-67.
- Omeje, K. & John Mwangi, “Business Travails in the Diaspora: The Challenges and Resilience of Somali Refugee Business Community in Nairobi, Kenya,” Journal of Third World Studies (JTWS), Spring 2014, pp. 185-217.