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  1. Name: Mercy Eghonghon Odudigbo
  2. Department: Department of Languages
  3. Date  of Birth: 25th of October, 1977
  4. State of Origin: Edo State
  5. L.G.A: Esan Central
  6. Nationality: Nigerian
  7. Marital Status: Married
  8. Gender: Female
  9. Contact Address: Dept. Of Languages, NDA, Kaduna.  
  10. Date of First Appointment: September 2005
  11. Present Rank: Senior Lecturer


  1. PhD- Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna Nigeria. PhD Francophone African Literature 2019.
  2. MA- University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Masters in Translation 2003
  3. BA- University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Bachelors of Arts in French Language. 2000.


  1. Odudigbo M.E (2013).  “Translation and Interpretation: An Instrument for the Dissemination of Franco-African Esthetic Value” Volume 7 No 2 of Lapai Journal of Humanities.
  2. Odudigbo M.E. (2014). “L’immigration et la Conception Illusoire Dans Le Ventre De Atlantique De Fatou Diome” of Lapai Journal of Languages, Literature and Communication Studies.Volume1 no 2
  3. Odudigbo M. E (2014). “Le Role Conjugal Dans La Stabilité Socio-Politique: Une Etude de Trop C’est Trop de Portais Asseng. Volume 10 No 2 of Calabar Journal of Humanities
  4. Odudigbo M.E (2014). “Weapon Acquisition and Professionalization of Nigerian Armed Forces. Volume 19 No 5, Journal of Defence Studies
  5. Odudigbo M.E (2017) “The Nigerian Military, French Education and Peace Keeping in The West African Sub Region”. A Book on Defence, Security, Economy, and Development in Nigeria from The Department of History and War Studies, Volume 1
  6. Ekpo Barnabas, Odudigbo Mercy (2018), A Critical Analysis of the Relationship between Language and Logic. International Journal of Linguistics and Communication (IJOLAC), Volume 5, Number 1, January, 2018.
  7. Odudigbo M.E, Gbande A.S, Chinwetelu J N, (2019), Traumatisme Comme Produit de Génocide Rwandais, Academy Defence Journal.
  8. Odudigbo M.E (2020), L’oralité Nigériane En Langue Française, Mythe, Fables, Légende et Contes: La Légende De Shango. A Publication of The Department of French, Faculty of Arts, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, Volume 1, Number 34. 
  9. Ifeoma Mabel Onyemelukwe, Chukwunonso Hyacinth Muotoo, Mercy Eghonghon Odudigbo, (2020), La Thanalogie dans L’ombre D’imana: Voyages Jusqu’au Bout du Rwanda de Veronique Tadjo. Unizik Journal Arts and Humanities (UJAH), Volume 21, Number 1, July 2020.
  10. Mercy E. Odudigbo, French Language as a Tool for National Development in Nigeria. (2020), UNIOSUN Journal of Foreign Language Studies (UJOFOLS), Vol.2. No1, 2020.


  1. The Annual AGM of The Univeristy French Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (UFTAN) Held at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria, July 2008.   
  2. Nigeria Defence Academy 1st National Conference on Peace Support Operations held at The Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna, Nigeria. July 2009.
  3. The First European Conference on Language Learning, held at Brighton, United Kingdom, July 18th-21st 2013.
  4. 3rd Annual University Northern French Conference (NORFCON) on French and African Integration in the Era of Globalization, Held at Kaduna State University, Kaduna State, Nigeria from 28th – 1st July 2010
  5. International Conference on Language, Linguistics and Society held at Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, 22nd -24th October, 2013
  6. European Conference on Language Learning held at Brighton, United Kingdom, 9th-14th July, 2014
  7. The European Conference Arts and Humanities held at Brighton, United Kingdom, 11th-14th July, 2016
  8. International Conference in The Nigerian Defence Academy Held at Ejoor Hall, PGS, Ribadu Campus, February 26th-28th, 2017
  9. European Conference on Language Learning held at Brighton, United Kingdom, June 30th-July 2nd. 2017.