Samuel Baba AYEGBA

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Samuel Baba AYEGBA
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Defence and Security studies
ayegbasamuelbaba@nda.edu.ng
1.      Name Samuel Baba AYEGBA, MSc, BSc
2.      Department Dept. of Defence and Security Studies 
3.      Telephone +2348020805346
4.      Date and Place of Birth       2nd October, 1971, Sokoto Metropolis, Sokoto State
5.      State of Origin Kogi State
6. L.G.A Olamaboro
7. Nationality Nigerian
8. Marital status Married
9. Gender Male
10. Contact Address Dept. of Defence and Security Studies, NDA Kaduna
11. Present Rank Assistant Lecturer
12. Date of Appointment 26th November 2019

 

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

    1. PhD Defence and Strategic Studies – Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna (in view)
    2. MSc Defence and Strategic Studies – Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna (2018) 
    3. BSc Political Science – University of Maiduguri (1996) 
    4. GCE – Ochaja Boys’ Secondary School, Ochaja, Kogi State (1989) 
    5. FSLC – Army Children School, New Cantonment ‘A’, Ribadu Cantonment, NDA Kaduna (1984)

 

Publications

  1. David, O.A. and Ayegba, S.B. (2020). “Uganda: The State and the Struggle against Lord Resistance Army”. In Tar, U. A. (Ed.). Handbook of Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Insurgency in Africa: Architecture for Regional Defence and Security. London, UK & New York, USA: Routledge. Chap. 27. 
  2. Ayegba, S.B., and Yerima, H. (2020). “Religious Institutions, Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Insurgency in the Lake Chad Basin”. In Tar, U.A., and Bala, B. (Eds.). New Architecture for Regional Security in Africa: Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Insurgency in the Lake Chad Basin. Lanham, Maryland, USA: Lexington Books. 
  3. Tar, U.A., and Ayegba, S.B. (2020). “Insurgency, Counter-Insurgency and Environmental Security in North-Eastern Nigeria”. In Tar, U.A., and Bala, B. (Eds.). New Architecture for Regional Security in Africa: Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Insurgency in the Lake Chad Basin. Lanham, Maryland, USA: Lexington Books.
  4. Tar, U.A., Ayegba, S.B. & Bala, B. (2020). “Insurgency and Humanitarian Crises in Nigeria’s North East:”. In Tar, U.A., Wapmuk, S. and Ubi, E. (Eds.), Perspectives on Contemporary Nigerian Politics and International Relations: Essays in Honour of Professor Warisu Oyesina Alli. Kaduna: Pyla-mak Press and Publishers. Chapter 7.
  5. Tar, U.A. & Ayegba, S.B. (2020). “Leadership Deficit and Educational Governance in Nigeria:”. In Tar, U.A., Wapmuk, S. and Ubi, E. (Eds.), Perspectives on Contemporary Nigerian Politics and International Relations: Essays in Honour of Professor Warisu Oyesina Alli. Kaduna: Pyla-mak Press and Publishers. Chapter 8.
  6. Ayegba, S.B. and Yerima, H. (2017). “Defence and Security with Human Face: Human Security and Defence Transformation in Nigeria”. In Tar, U.A. (Ed.). Defence Transformation and the Consolidation of Democracy in Nigeria. Kaduna: Academy Publishers Ltd. Pp. 351-366.
  7. Tar, U.A., and Ayegba, S.B. (2019). “Cross Border Linkages between Violent Extremist Groups Operating in Sahel Corridor, Chad Basin and the North African States”. Sharma, B.K., and Narender Kumar, S.M. (Eds.). India-Nigeria Experience in Combating Terrorism. New Delhi: Pentagon Press LLP. Pp. 93-108.
  8. Tar, U.A. and Ayegba, S.B. (2020). “Leadership Deficit, National Interest in the Nigerian Educational System”. In Tar, U.A., Wapmuk, S. and Ubi, E. (Eds.). Perspectives on Contemporary Nigerian Politics and International Relations: Essays in Honour of Professor Warisu Oyesina Alli: Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy Press.