Application for Admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy 76 Regular Course

UDEAGBALA L.O.

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UDEAGBALA L.O.

Department of History and War Studies,

Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna.

 

  1. Name in full: Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu
  2. File Number: SP 1458
  3. Department: Department of History and War Studies
  4. Date of Birth: 4th April 1980
  5. State of Origin: Enugu State
  6. L.G.A: Awgu
  7. Nationality: Nigerian:
  8. Marital status: Married
  9. Gender: Male
  10. Contact Address: Department of History and War Studies, NDA
  11. Date of First Appointment: 1st March, 2017
  12. Present Rank and Salary Structure: Lecturer I, CONUAS 4 Step 08

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES)

  1. Nigerian Defence Academy: Ph. D Military History
  2. Obaemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife: M.Phil. History
  3. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki: B.A History/International Relations

PUBLICATIONS

Books for Primary Schools

  1. Alao Akinkunmi Adegbola, Okechukwu Udeagbala Lawrence, Amusa Saheed Balogun and Nurudeen LoatoyeArogundale ,New Smart History, Primary 6 Pupils Book, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020
  2. Alao Akinkunmi Adegbola, Okechukwu Udeagbala Lawrence et al, New Smart History, PrimaryPrimary5 Pupils Book, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020
  3. Alao Akinkunmi Adegbola, Okechukwu Udeagbala Lawrence et al, New Smart History, Primary Primary4 Pupils Book, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020
  4. Alao Akinkunmi Adegbola, Okechukwu Udeagbala Lawrence et al, New Smart History, Primary Primary3 Pupils Book, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020
  5. Alao Akinkunmi Adegbola, Okechukwu Udeagbala Lawrence etal, New Smart History, Primary Primary2 Pupils Book, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020
  6. Alao Akinkunmi Adegbola, Okechukwu Udeagbala Lawrence etal, New Smart History, Primary Primary1 Pupils Book, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020
  7. Chukwuma CC Osakwe, Adam Okene Ahmed, Lawrence O Udeagbala and Philibus A. Nwamagyi, Evolving Trends in Socio-Economic and Military History: Festschrift in Honour of Professor OjonggEchumTangban, Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy Press, 2020
  8. CCC Osakwe, OE Tangban, AO Ahmed and LO Udeagbala War, Society and Leadership in Nigeria Essays in Honour of Brigadier Shaibu Ibrahim, Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy Press, 2020 

CHAPTERS IN BOOK

    1. Udeagbala Lawrence O, “Command and Control in the Biafran Armed Forces During the Nigerian Civil War, 1967-1970”in O. E Tangban et al, (eds.), Nigerian Defence and Security Essays in Commemoration of Nigerian Defence Academy Golden Jubilee, Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy, 2014. 
    2. Idowu Olawale and Udeagbala Lawrence O, “Corruption and the Challenges of National Security in Nigeria: A Historical Appraisal” in O. E Tangban and Chukwuma C. Osakwe, (eds.) Perspectives in Nigerian History: Essay in Honour of Prof. Chinedu Nwafor Ubah Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy Publishers, 2013.
    3. Usman Solomon Ayegba, Salaam Najeem Folasayo and Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu “Insurgency, Counter-Insurgency and the Fundamental Human Rights in North-East Nigeria” in CCC Osakwe (ed.), Leadership and Complex Military Operations, Kaduna:  Nigerian Defence Academy Publishers, 2015.
    4.  Uche Uwaezuoke Okonkwo, and Udeagbala Lawrence O “Salt Scarcity and Ebonyi Salt Communities During the Nigerian Civil War, in K.I Nwokike and U.U Okonkwo (eds.), Aspects of Ebonyi State History and Culture, Uturu:Gregory University Press, 2017.
    5. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Jeremiah Uko Akpe “Nationalism and Nation Building in Nigeria: Centrifugal and Centripetal Forces” in S. Ibrahim, O. E Tangban, A.O Ahmed and C.C Osakwe, Defence, Security, Economy and Development in Nigeria, Vol.2, London: Bahiti and Dalila Publishers, 2017
    6. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Okonko Douglas Emmanuel “The Impact of Food Insecurity on African Death Rate, 2000-2016” in S. Ibrahim, O. E Tangban, A.O Ahmed and C.C Osakwe, Defence, Security, Economy and Development in Nigeria, Vol.2, London: Bahiti and Dalila Publishers, 2017.
    7. Shuaibu Ibrahim and Udeagbala Lawrence O, “Joint Taskforce and Disarmament, Demoblization and Reintegration in Niger Delta” in Chukwuma CC Osakwe and Mohammed T Ibrahim (eds.), Studies in Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration, Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy Publishing, 2017.
    8. Udeagbala Lawrence O, “Human Rights and the Military” in Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu and Ejikemeuwa J.O. Ndubisi (eds.), Human Rights in Africa Perspectives Within the Ecology of Religion, History and Governance, Mauritius: Lambert Academic Publishing, 2018.
    9. Mike Boni Bazza and Udeagbala Lawrence O, Human Rights and Religious Fundamentalism in the North East of Nigeria, in Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu and Ejikemeuwa J.O. Ndubisi (eds.), Human Rights in Africa Perspectives Within the Ecology of Religion, History and Governance, Mauritius: Lambert Academic Publishing, 2018.
    10. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Elisha A. Zigwai, “Warfare in Bajju Land, 1823-1858” in CCC Osakwe, OE Tangban, AO Ahmed and LO Udeagbala (eds.), War. Society and Leadership in Nigeria Essays in Honour of Brigadier Shaibu Ibrahim, Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy Press, 2020. 
    11. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu, Philibus A. Nwamayi and Helen Musa “Agriculture and Ginger Production in Ham Land, 1903-1960” in Chukwuma CC Osakwe, Adam Okene Ahmed, Lawrence O Udeagbala and Philibus A Nwamayi (eds.), Evolving Trends in Socio-Economic and Military History: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ojong EchumTangban, Kaduna: Nierian Defence Academy Publishers, 2020.
    12. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Ubong Utuen Utuen, An Assessment of Piracy in the Niger Delta region of the Gulf of Guinea” in Chukwuma CC Osakwe and L.E Odeh (eds.), History and the Niger Delta: Oil Politics and Culture. Festchrift in Honour of Professor Samuel Ovuete Aghalino, Kaduna: Nigerian Defence Academy Publishers, 2021.
    13. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Ubong Utuen Utuen, “Conflict Entreprenuers and the Threats to Nigerian Federalism: A Case Study of the Niger Delta Militancy” in” L. E. Odeh (ed), Diplomacy and Diplomatic Practices in Nigeria Since 1960:  Issues, Challenges and Prospects” A Festchrift in Honour of Prof Arstrong Adejo, (Forthcoming) 
    14. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Solomon Usman Ayegba “National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Scheme and Afforestation Campaign Programme in Nigeria” in Shuaibu Ibrahim, Ojong Echum Tangban, Bem Japhet Audu and Maryam Hamza (eds.), The National Youth Service Corps and Community Development Service in Nigeria Kaduna:  Pyla-Mark Press and Publishers Limited, 2021
    15. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Ubong Essien,  “The Navy in the Nigerian Civil War, 1967-1970” in Isaac M. Mankilik (ed.),  Nigerian Navy and Her Maritime Domain: Festschrift in Honour of Vice Admiral Ibok Ette Ibas (Forthcoming)
    16. Ibrahim Jumare and Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu “The Role of the Nigerian Navy  in the Space of Global Maritime Commons” in Isaac M. Mankilik (ed.), Nigeria’s Maritime Space and the Gulf of Guinea: Festschrift in Honour of  Vice Admiral Ibok Ette Ibas (Forthcoming)

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Udeagbala Lawrence O, “Socio-Economic and Political Structure of Awgu Division from Pre-colonial Times to Independence,” Ibom Journal of History and International Studies, Vol.14, No.1, 2012.
  2. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu, “British Colonial Authority and the Establishment of the Nigerian Navy” Journal of History and Military Studies, Vol.2, No.1, 2016.
  3. Chukwuma Osakwe and Udeagbala Lawrence O, “Irregular Warfare and Conventional Army: The Chindits in Burma (Myanmar) 1939-1945” Sokoto Journal of History (SJH) Vol. 2, 2013.
  4. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu, “The UN Peacekeeping Mission in Congo in 1960s and Nigeria’s Intervention: Revisiting the Cold War Politics and the Reaction of African States” Journal of History and Military Studies Vol.1, No.1, 2015.
  5. Chukwuma Osakwe and Udeagbala Lawrence O. “Owerri in the Nigerian Civil War 1967-1970” Historical Research Letter, Vol. 9, 2014.
  6. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu, “Economic Blockade and the Nigerian/ Biafran War, 1967-1970, WUDIL Journal of Humanities, Vol.1, No. 1.2016.
  7. Chukwuma Osakwe and Udeagbala Lawrence O, “Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law as it Affects Armed Conflicts since 1945: An Appraisal”, International Journal of Development and Conflict Vol.2 Issue 2, 2013.
  8. Chukwuma Osakwe and Udeagbala, “Naval Military Operations during the Nigerian Civil War1967-1970” Advances in Historical Studies, Vol.4, No.3, 2015
  9. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Ntukou Ozinna, “Improvisation and Innovation in the Nigerian Civil War, 1967-1970”, Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies, Vol.8, No. 2, 2018.
  10. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Ubon Ituen Ituen “Military Intelligence, Northeast Insurgency and the Dual Issue of Corruption and Knowledge Transfer in Nigeria, 2009-2015, Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies, Vol.9, No.2, 2019.
  11. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu, “The Nigerian Navy, Economic Blockade and the Nigerian Civil War on the Atlantic Coast, 1967-1970,” Journal of Defence Studies, Vol.19, 2019
  12. Udeagbala Lawrence Okechukwu and Otubo Patrick Chijioke “Non-Governmental Oranisations (NGOs) and Development in Ebonyi State: A Case Study of Succour Development Services Initiative, 2008-2018” Polac International Journal of Humanities and Security Studies, Vol.5, No.1, 2020.
  13. Solomon Ayegba Usman, Lawrence Udeagbala and Ejura Ugbeda Egwemi, “The Role of the Nigerian Military in National Security, Nation Building and National Development, Journal of Developing Countries Studies, (forthcoming)