Sunday ADEJOH

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Sunday ADEJOH
Lecturer 1, Department of Defence and Security studies
sunday.adejoh@nda.edu.ng
     1.      Name Adejoh Sunday
     2.      Department Dept. of Defence and Security Studies 
     3.      Telephone +2348036411181
     4.      Date and Place of Birth 11th June 1984, Kaduna North, Kaduna 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 Lecturer 1
     12. Date of Appointment 26th November 2019

 

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Ph.D. Defence and Strategic Studies – Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna (2020)  

  2. MSc International Relations – University of Abuja (2013) 

  3. BSc Political Science – University of Abuja (2008) 

  4. Advance Certificate in Education – Veritas University, Abuja (2018) 

  5. SSCE – Imane Community Grammar School, Ankpa Kogi State (2002) 

  6. PSLCE – Army Children School, New Cantonment C Ribadu Kaduna (1996)

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Selected Publications

  1. Adejoh, S (2019) Terrorism, Sexuality and Sexual Violence in North-Eastern Nigeria: A Psychosexual Analysis. Covenant Journal of Business and Social Sciences (CJBSS) Vol.10, (2).p76-87.
  2. Adejoh, S (2015), Political Culture and the Politics of injustice and immorality in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: An Assessment. Lapai International Journal of Politics Vol.3 N0.1&2, pp.108-119
  3. Adejoh, S (2018) United Nations Peace Keeping Force and Sexual Exploitations in Africa: implications for the United Nations. Covenant Journal of Business and Social Sciences (CJBSS) Vol.9, (2).p93-107.
  4. Adejoh, S and Adeniji, S (2018) Issues, Dimensions and Trends in National Security: Lessons for Africa. Journal of Political Studies, Vol.3 No.1, pp.54-69.   
  5. Adejoh S and Shinmawua, D (2018) National Intelligence Agency and Nigeria’s Diplomatic Relations in contemporary times.  Kampala International University (KIU) Journal of Humanities, Vol.3 (2),81-86
  6. Abechi, A. Adejoh, S. and Samuel A.R (2016) ASUU and the Struggle for Improved Conditions of Service in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Political Inquiry Vol.2 No.2
  7. Adejoh, S and Ishaka, D. (2015) an Assessment of the Role of Mass Media on Nigeria Foreign Policy: Lessons from Nigeria. VUNA Journal of History and International Relations. Vol.2 No.2pp352-361
  8. Adejoh, S. and Adams W. (2016) International Terrorism and Islamophobia:  Lessons for Nigeria. Review of Nigerian Political Economy Vol.5. No.1&2, pp15-28
  9. Adejoh, S and Samuel, A.R (2015), Religion and Nigeria’s External Relations: The Dialectics of the Church and Mosque. VUNA Journal of Politics and Diplomatic Studies.Vol.1 No 1 pp. 176-188 
  10. Adejoh, S and Sheriff, G.I (2017), Ideology, Religion and the Clash of Civilization: Perspectives on Islamophobia. Lapai International Journal of Administration (LIJAD) Maiden edition, N0 1 Vol.1, pp.157-167
  11. Adejoh, S and Onuh, E.M (2017). Religion and the Nigerian State: a thesis, antithesis and synthesis. HUMASS: McU Journal of Humanities, Management, Applied and Social Sciences Vol.1 No.1 pp. I41-158 
  12. Adejoh, S and Obodo, N.I (2018) Conflict Situations and Issues of Human Rights Violations: interrogating the nexus and missing links. PACEM Journal of Peace and Development.Vol.2, No.1, pp.97-110
  13. Akwen, G.T and Adejoh, S (2015) Corruption and Development in Post-independence Nigerian Political System.  Journal of Political Inquiry Vol.1 No.1pp46-56
  14. Ibori, M. and Adejoh, S (2015), National interest and Nigeria’s Defence Policy: Interrogating the Nexus and Missing Links. VUNA Journal of Politics and Diplomatic Studies.Vol.1 No 2, pp.92-101 
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