Application for Admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy 76 Regular Course





Department of History and War Studies,

Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna.


    1. Name: Wada Abu Safiya
    2. File Number: TA/11
    3. Department: History and War Studies
    4. Date of Birth: 31st May 1991
    5. State of Origin: Kaduna
    6. L.G.A: Sabon Gari
    7. Nationality: Nigerian
    8. Marital Status: Single
    9. Gender: Female
    10. Contact Address: Dept. of History and War Studies, NDA Kaduna.
    11. Date of Appointment: 13th January 2022

Present Rank and Salary: Assistant Lecturer/ CONUASS 2 Step 2


  1. Nigerian Defence Academy Post Graduate School: Ph.D. International Studies (in View)
  2. Nigerian Defence Academy Post Graduate School: M.A. International Studies
  3. Ahmadu Bello University, Samaru: Masters in International Affairs and Diplomacy (MIAD)
  4. Ahmadu Bello University, Samaru: B.Sc. International Studies


  1. Patrick I. Ukase and Safiya A. Wada, “Gender Mainstreaming in Africa 25 years After the Beijing Declaration: Issues, Challenges and the Way Forward, David L. Imbua, Patrick O. Odey and Nneka S. Amalu (Eds.), West Africa and The Europeans Since The 15th Century: Essays in Honour of Patience Okwuchi Erim, Galda Verlag, 2021, 347-368.
  2. Adeniji Olawale Abayomi and Safiya Abu Wada, “The Role of NYSC in Facilitating Mass Literacy in Nigeria”, Shaibu Ibrahim, Bem Japhet Audu, Maryam Hamza, Rufai Aliyu and Onah Peter Otumala (eds.), in The National Youth Service Corps and Nigeria’s Educational Sector, Pyla-Mak Press and Publishers Limited, 2021, 205-227.
  3. Safiya Abu Wada, “The establishment of National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) and its Impact on National Integration”, Shaibu Ibrahim, Bem Japhet Audu, Maryam Hamza and Onah Peter Otumala (eds.), The National Youth Service Corps and National Integration, 2021, 74-86.


  1. Safiya Wada Abu and Adam Okene Ahmed, “Cooperation Between the Countries around the Lake Chad Basin: An Assessment, Asian Social Science; Vol.17, No. 12; Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2021, 1-11. DOI:10.5539/ass.v17n12p1.