Abifarin Olufemi Simon

Abifarin in EUI


Staff Name: Dr Abifarin Olufemi Simon

Phone: 08033879730

Email: simon.abifarin@edouniversity.edu.ng

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Faculty: Faculty of Law

Department: Law (Public and International law)

Position: Associate Professor

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  1. PERSONAL DATA

Name:                                                Abifarin, Olufemi Simon

Present Status:                                Associate Professor

Date of Birth:                                  2ndFebruary, 1967

Place of Birth:                                 ArandunIrepodun, Kwara State

State of Origin:                               Kwara

Marital Status:                                Married

No. of Children and Their Ages: Four. 23, 18, 14 and 12

Nationality:                                      Nigerian

Permanent Home Address:          No. 9. Unity Road P.O Box 2136,Ilorin,Nigeria

Current Postal Address:               Faculty of Law Edo University,Iyamho

Tel:                                                     08033879730

E-mail:                                              simon.abifarin@edouniversity.edu.ng

Area(s) of Research Interest:      Private and Public International Law, Commercial and Industrial Law, ADR, Insurance Law, Company Law, Law of Taxation, Oil and Gas Law, Media law, Food, Drug and Health Law

Date of Appointment with EUI:   23rd May, 2017

 

  1. INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED AND QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES

INSTITUTION                                            YEAR DEGREE

? University of Jos,                                     2014               Ph.D (Law)

? ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife   1998 – 2000 LLM (Master in Laws)

? Nigeria Law School, Lagos,                    1987 – 88      BL (Barrister at Law)

? University of Lagos                                 1984 – 87      LLB (Bachelor of

Laws)

? Kwara State College of Technology,

Ilorin (School of Basic Studies)                        1981 – 83                  IJMB AL

? Oro Grammar School, Oro                      1976 – 81                  Senior School

Certificate

? United Anglican Primary School,

Arandun/Omido                                     1971 – 76                  1st School

Leaving Certificate

 

  1. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION

? Associate of Chartered Institute

 

of Taxation of Nigeria                                 (2007)                        ACTI

? Associate of Chartered Institute

of Arbitrators (U.K)                                     (2008)                        ACI.Arb

 

 

  1. WORK EXPERIENCE DATE NATURE OF ASSIGNMENT

EMPOLOYER’S NAME

  • May 2017 till date (Edo University, Iyamho)
  • Imo State University, Okgwe NYSC 1988 – 1989 School of Legal Studies (Teaching)
  • J.O Ijaodola& Co. Mubo, Street, Ilorin 1989 – 1990 legal Practice as Pupil Counsel
  • Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin 1990 – 1991 (Teaching) Dept. Of Legal Studies.
  • Irepodun Local Government Council, 1991 – 1993 Supervisor for Health, Education and Social Services. Omu – Aran
  • Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin 1993 – 2004 (Teaching) Legal Department
  • Abifarin, Odedele& Co., Barrister and Solicitors No. 9, Unity Road, Ilorin.
  • Kogi State University, Anyigba 2005 – 2008 Lecturing (Faculty of Law)
  • Lead City University, Ibadan 2008 Senior Lecturer
  • Kogi State University, Anyigba 2009- Senior Lecturer
  • Joseph Ayo Babalola University 2014 Associate Professor

COURSES TAUGHT:

  • Undergraduate Courses Taught: Commercial Law, Oil and Gas Law and Law of Taxation, etc.
  • Post Graduate Courses Taught: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Law of Taxation and Media Law (Master of Laws Program), Law of Carriage of Goods by Sea (M.Sc in Transport Management)
  • Post Graduate Theses Supervised at KSU, Anyigba: 2010-2014
  1. YunusaSalifuOchai Rebranding as a Foreign Policy Objective in Nigeria (Master of Arts, Law and Diplomacy) Graduated.
  2. SaliuToyinSaudat Problem of Tax Evasion and Avoidance in Nigeria. (Master of Laws) Graduated.
  3. Isah Ezekiel Joseph Tax Amnesty as Impetus for Economic Development in Nigeria (On Course) LL.M Program
  4. ObakaIlemona The ProblemsofPersonal Income Tax Administration in Nigeria (On Course) LL.M Program
  5. Success O. A. Administration of Property Tax in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects (On Course) LL.M Program
  6. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
  7. Member, Exam Malpractices Committee 1994
  8. Member, Students Disciplinary Committee 2002 – 2003
  9. Member, Staff/Student Relation Committee 2000
  10. Member, Electoral Committee N.B.A. Ilorin 2001
  11. Coordinator of Legal Department Federal

    Polytechnic Offa, (Ilorin Study Centre)                             1998 – 2001

  1. Secretary Editorial Board, Kogi State University

    Law Journal                                                                            2005 – 2017

  1. Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Jurisprudence

and International Law, Faculty of Law, Kogi State

    University Anyigba                                                               2005 – 2017 

  1. Member, Senate Committee on Exams &

    Results Kogi State University, Anyigba                             2007

  1. Assistant Coordinator Postgraduate Program 2010 – 2017
  2. Member Editorial Board, Nigerian Journal of Food,

      Drug and health Law                                                           2009 – 2017 

  1. Acting Dean, College of Law, Joseph Ayo Babalola

      University                                                                             2014 – 2017

  1. Member of Senate, Joseph Ayo Babalola University 2014 – 2017
  2. COMMUNITY SERVICE

Legal Adviser, Arandun Students Union 2000 to date

Legal Adviser, Boys Brigade Ilorin Battalion Council 2001 to date

Patron – Adanla Development Association 2004 to date

Secretary, Men that Uplift Men of God Foundation

(METUMOG) Ilorin 1999 to date

Member, Education Committee, Arandun Descendants Union 2002 to date

 

 

 

  1. PUBLISHED WORKS

1) Jimmy O. Chijioke and OlufemiAbifarin, An Appraisal of Protection Against Domestic Violence Law of Lagos State, 2007. AfeBabalola University Law Journal, Ado Ekiti, 55 percent contribution.

2) AbifarinOlufemi, Law and Poverty: An Appraisal of the Constitution. Vol. 4. No. 4. 2004, pp. 72-80.

3) AbifarinOlufemi, Curbing the Menace of Sexual Harassment on the Campuses in Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Social Health, Vol. 1. No. 2, 2008, pp. 175-193.

4) AbifarinOlufemi, The Legal Framework for Control and Regulation of Tobacco Use in Nigeria. Kogi State University Law Journal, Vol. 1,. No. 1, pp.152-160, 2007.

5) AbifarinOlufemi and Atidoga D. F. A Critical Analysis of the Scope and Limit of Legislative Powers of National Assembly and State Houses of Assembly under the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria, Confluence Law Journal, Vol. 1. No. 1, January 2006, p. 11, 50% contribution.

6) OlufemiAbifarin, Law and Poverty: An Appraisal the Constitution. A Journal of Constitutional Development Published by Centre for Constitutionalism and Demilitarization (Nigeria) Vol. 4 No. 4 2004, Pages 72 – 80.

7) AbifarinOlufemi, Challenges to the Institutionalization of ADR in Nigeria. Ekiti State University Law Journal, Vol. 5, p. 234.

8) AbifarinOlufemi, and H. A. Hammed. Gender Issues in Child Custody in Matrimonial Causes in Nigeria. Journal of Commercial and Contemporary Law (Imo State University, Owerri), Vol. 3, June 2012, p. 198.

9) AbifarinOlufemi, An Appraisal of Cooperative Societies Law in Nigeria. Journal of Commercial and Contemporary Law, (Imo State University, Owerri), Vol. 5, p. 41.

10) AbifarinOlufemi and Shittu A. Bello, An Assessment of Stattutory Roles of Bureau of Public Enterprises in Privatization and Commercialization in Nigeria. Journal of Jurisprudence and Public Law, Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, Vol.1, 2008/2009. P. 14-26.

11) AbifarinOlufemi, A Critical Appraisal of Laws Regulating the Production and Consumption of Beer/Alcohol in Nigeria. Nigerian Bar Journal, Vol. 4. No. 1. 2009, pp.14-26.

12) AbifarinOlufemi, The Challenges of Cultural Identity of Women in African Theatre: Nigerian Movies Industry in Perspective. University of Ilorin Law Journal, Vol. 5. No. 1. 2009, p. 23.

13) AbifarinOlufemi, Resolving Domestic Violence through Alternative Dispute Resolution in Nigeria. University of Ilorin Law Journal, Vol. 6, 2010, p. 154.

14) AbifarinOlufemi, The Imperative of Legal Framework for Traditional Health Care Delivery in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Indigenous Knowledge and Development, Vol. 1, March 2009, pp. 1-10.

15) AbifarinOlufemi, Gay Marriage, Human Rights and African Cultural Heritage. Nigerian Journal of Legal Studies (Imo State University, Owerri), Vol. IX 2010/2011, p. 86.

16) AbifarinOlufemi, A Comparative Analysis of Lagos and Kwara States Citizen mEdiation Centre Laws. Journal of Public and Private Law, Vol. 5. 2013, p. 129.

17) AbifarinOlufemi and Enoch Onuche, Prospectivity of Law as an Indispensable Ingredient of Rule of Law in a Liberal Democratic State. Journal of Law and International Security. Dept of Public Law, A.A.U. Ekpoma, Vol. 1. No. 3. 2007, p. 80. 60% contribution.

18) AbifarinOlufemi and S. T. Saliu (Mrs), Monogamy as a Universal Religious Concept. Journal of Law and International Security. Dept of Public Law, A.A.AU. Ekpoma, Vol. 1. No. 3. 2007, p. 73, 55% contribution.

19) AbifarinOlufemi, The Use and Misuse of Legislative Power of Impeachment in Nigeria. Fountain Quartely Law Journal. Vol. 3. P. 1-15, 2006, a publication of Ekiti State Ministry of Justice, Ado Ekiti State.

20) Abifarinolufemi and OluwoleAje, Taxation of Ecclesiastical Bodies, Charitable Organizations and Educational Institutions in Nigeria, Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, Vol. 1, 2009, p. 103-117, 50% contribution.

21) AbifarinOlufemi and Abdulrazaq F.F (Mrs), The Challenges, Problems Prospects of Consolidation and Recapitalization of Insurance Sub-Sector in Nigeria. Commercial and Industrial Law Journal, Vol. 1. No. 1, 2008, pp. 151-158. 60% contribution.

22) AbifarinOlufemi, Elijah Ogbadu and J.O. Chijioke, The Imperative of Legal Framework for Social Responsibility of Multinational Oil Companies in Niger-Delta Oil Communities of Nigeria, Bi-Annual Journal of Public Law, Vol. 1. 2009, pp. 79-92, 35% contribution.

23) AbifarinOlufemi, An Appraisal of the Legal Framework for Community Development in Nigeria. Bi-Annual Journal of Public Law, Vol. 5, 2012.

24) AbifarinOlufemi and BenjieOgwo, The Legal Aspect of Privatization and Commercialization of Public Enterprises in Nigeria. Solicitor’s Journal, Vol. 1. No. 1. Published by the Ministry of Justice, Ekiti State, AdoEkiti. 50% contribution.

25) AbifarinOlufemi, The Legal Framework for Protection of Chieftaincy Institutions in Nigeria. Comparative Law Journal, Vol. No. 1, 2006. A publication of Justice without Borders (NGO), Kaduna.

26) AbifarinOlufemi, The Rights of Freedom From Discrimination in Nigeria. Confluence Journal of Private and Property Law, Vol. 1. Part 1, 2009, pp. 84-93.

27) AbifarinOlufemi and Shittu A. Bello, An Appraisal of the Jurisprudence of Criminalization of Prostitution. Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law, Vol. 1. No. 2. 2008, pp. 195-217. 50% contribution.

28) AbifarinOlufemi, An appraisal of the Response of Law to Witchcraft Phenomenon in Nigeria. Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law, p. 13.

29) AbifarinOlufemi, BenjieOgwo, Peter Iyeh and Shaba Sampson, Banking Reforms as a Catalyst for Economic Development in Nigeria. Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law, Vol. 5. No. 1, 2012, p. 14. 30% contribution.

30) AbifarinOlufemi, The Imperative of Reform and Obscene and Harmful Publications Law in Nigeria. Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law, Vol. 2, 2009, pp. 8-20.

31) Asada Dominic and OlufemiAbifarin, The Right to Religion in Nigeria. Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law, Vol. 4. No. 1, 2011, p. 12. 50% contribution.

32) Jimmy O. Chijioke and OlufemiAbifarin, AkwaIbom Child Witchcraft Saga: An Analysis of the Response of the Child Rights Law of AkwaIbom State to the Phenomenon. Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law, Vol. 4. No. 1. 2011, p. 57. 50% contribution.

33) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, Neegotiation as an Effective ADR Mechanism in Nigeria. ABUAD Journal of Public and International Law, Vol. 1. No. 1, p. 163. 50% contribution.

34) OlufemiAbifarinadnShittu A. Bello, Democracy, God-fatherism and Imperative of Good Governance in Nigeria. IdahBar Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, Vol. 2 2014/2015, p. 284. 35% contribution.

35) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, Tax Incentives as Catalyst for Voluntary Tax Compliance in Nigeria. Ekiti State University Law Journal, Vol. 6, 2015, p. 195. 50% contribution.

36) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, Tax Treatment of Cooperative Societies in Nigeria. Joseph Ayo BBabalola University Law Journal, Vol. 2. No. 1, p. 51, 60% contribution.

37) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, The Role of Director (Registrar in Settlement of Cooperative Disputes in Nigeria), Joseph Ayo Babalola University Law Journal, Vol. 1. No. 1, p. 10. 55% contribution.

38) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, Mediation as an Effective Dispute Resolution Method in Nigeria. Unizik Law Journal, Vol. 11, 2015, p. 95, 50% contribution.

39) AbifarinOlufemi, Rachael Agu and Abdulrazaq F.F, An Appraisal of Methodology of Resolution of Conflict between International and Municipal Laws. Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law, Vol. 1. No. 1, pp. 189-200, 40% contribution.

40) AbifarinOlufemi, and Chijioke. J. O. The Multi-Door Court House: A Viable Option for Dispute Resolution in Nigeria. ABU Journal of Commercial Law, Vol. 7. No.1, 2014 and 2015.

CHAPTER CONTRIBUTIONS IN BOOKS

41) AbifarinOlufemi and BenjieOgwo, The Imperative of Global Cooperation against Child Prostitution Law. Security and Inter-Disciplinary Issues, Edeko E. S (ed), Published by the Department of Public Law, Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma 2006, p. 1-40. 60% contribution

 

42) AbifarinOlufemi, The Legal Framework of Micro Finance Banking in Nigeria, Contemporary Issues in Law of Banking and Negotiable Instruments in Nigeria, BabalolaAbegunde and Adebayo W. A (eds). Petoa C. Nigeria Ltd, Ado Ekiti, 2004, pp. 275-289.

43) AbifarinOlufemi, Control and Regulation of Tobacco Smoking in Nigeria. Law, Politics and Development. Essays in Honour of BabatundeRajiFashola SAN. Edited by the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja Branch, 2008, p. 257.

44) AbifarinOlufemi, Civil Service in Nigeria, Essays in Administrative Law. Yerima T. F and BabalolaAbegunde (eds), 2006 Petoa C. Nigeria Ltd, Ado Ekiti, pp. 241-250.

45) AbifarinOlufemi, The Fallacy of Using Law to Curb the Menace of Secret Cults in Nigeria – Modern Trends in Laws of Nigeria. Essays in Honour of Prince Bola Ajibola, edited by GbengaOjo, Lagos, 2009.

46) OlufemiAbifami, The Problems, Challenges and Prospects of Nigeria Police, Policing Nigeria on the Rule of Law and with Commitment. Essays in Honour of Oba Emmanuel Adebowale Adebayo, Elemure of EmureEkiti, FatulaOlugbemi, Abegunde B. and Adebayo W. A. (eds), Petoa Publishers, Ado Ekiti.

47) AbifarinOlufemi, A Critical Review of Marketing (Breast Milk Substitutes) Act of 1990. Kogi Readings in Law, Borokini A. A. (ed), Stebak Books and Publishers, Akure 2006.

48) AbifarinOlufemi, A Critical Appraisal of Food Legislations in Nigeria, Kogi Essays in Law. Borokini. A. A. (Stebak), Books and Publishers, Akure 2006.

49) AbifarinOlufemi and BenjieOgwo, Assessing the Global War against Terrorism – Selected Essays on Peace and War. Edeko E. S. (ed), Published by the Department of Public Law, A.A.U. Ekpoma, pp. 1-24, 50% contribution.

50) AbifarinOlufemi, An Appraisal of the Legal Framework for Managing and Financing Education in Nigeria. Emerging Trends in Law. Essays in Honour of Justice AdeyemoAdejumo, President of National Industrial Court, Abuja. Edited by A. O. Alubo, 2009.

51) OlufemiAbifarin and M. O.U. Abu, Tax Treatment of NGOs in Nigeria: Topical Issues in Nigerian Tax Laws and Related Areas. J. A. A. Agbonika (ed), Ababa Press, Ibadan, 2015, p. 150. 60 % contribution.

52) OlufemiAbifarin, Shittu A. Bello and Isah Ezekiel, Tax Amnesty in Common Wealth Countries and America: Topical Issues in Nigerian Tax Laws and Related Areas. J. A. A. Agbonika (ed), Ababa Press, Ibadan, 2015, p. 100. 40 % contribution.

AUTHORED BOOKS

53) OlufemiAbifarin, The Church and the Law. Mafolayomi, Press Ltd, Kaduna 2009.

54) OlufemiAbifarin, The Law and Practice of Hospitality and Tourism in Nigeria. Achievers Wisdom Publications, Ilorin 2001.

55) OlufemiAbifarin, Essays on Constitutional and Administrative Law under the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria. Achievers Wisdom Publication,Ilorin, 2001, Vol. 1.

56) OlufemiAbifarin, Essays on Constitutional and Administrative Law under the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria. Mafolayomi, Press Ltd, Kaduna 2001, Vol. II

57) OlufemiAbifarin, LexMercatoria, Olu Printing Press, Ilorin 2006.

58) OlufemiAbifarin, Caring for Widows, Orphans and the Needy: The Socio-Religious and Legal Perspectives, Olu Printing Press, Ilorin, 2003.

EDITED CONFERENCE PAPERS

59)Muzan A. O., OlufemiAbifarin, Hassan Y. B, Shaba Sampson and ShedrackEkpa., The Legal Problem of Energy in Nigeria: An Explanatory Survey, Being a Paper Presented at the 42ndAnnual Conference of Nigerian Association of Law Teachers held at Abia State University, Uturu. Edited by Professor Umezurike O. U and Ngwakwe E. C., 40 % contribution.

 

60) OlufemiAbifarin, Olayemi S. and Abdulrazaq F. F. An Appraisal of Socio-Legal and Health Implication of Campus Prostitution in Nigeria. Being a Paper Presented at the 4thAnnual International Conference of Nigerian Society for Indigenous Knowledge and Development held at Kogi State University, Anyigba, between 5th-8thOctober 2008, 45% contribution.

61) OlufemiAbifarin, The Imperative of Legal Framework for Traditional Healthcare Delivery. Being a Paper Presented at the 4thAnnual International Conference of Nigerian Society for Indigenous Knowledge and Development held at Kogi State University, Anyigba, between 5th-8thOctober 2008.

62) OlufemiAbifarin, and Isah Ezekiel Joseph. Curbing the Menace of Cultism in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. Being a Paper Presented at the 1stAnnual Conference on Terrorism in Nigeria, organized by Salem University, Lokoja, between 14th-16thOctober 2014. 60% contribution.

63) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, Curbing Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea. Researchers International Network International Conference at University of Cape Coast, Ghana, October 13th-16th, 2015. 50% contribution.

64) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, Property Tax as a Virile Solution to Ailing States’ Economies in Nigeria. Researchers International Network International Conference at University of Cape Coast, Ghana, October 13th-16th, 2015. 50% contribution.

65) OlufemiAbifarin, An Examination of intersection between Corporate Governance and CSR in Family Businesses in Africa, being a paper presented at the 49thAnnual Conference of NALT held at Nassarawa State University, Keffi, from 22ndMay to 28thMay 2016.

66) OlufemiAbifarin, Cyber Crimes and their Impact on the Global Economy, being a Paper presented at the 49thAnnual Conference of NALT held at Nassarawa State University, Keffi, from 22ndMay to 28thMay 2016.

FOREIGN JOURNALS

67) ShittuAdemola Bello, Chijioke J.O and OlufemiAbifarin. Terrorism, Human Rights, Good Governance and African Development. Contemporary Journal of Inter-Disciplinary Studies (Netherlands), Vol. 2. No. 2. 2015, p. 154. 45% contribution.

68) OlufemiAbifarin, S. A. Bello and Isah Ezekiel Joseph. National Security, Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of Inter-Disciplinary Studies (Netherlands), Vol. 2. No. 2. 2015, p. 306. 45% contribution.

69) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, Cooperative Bank as an Effective Financial Inclusion Strategy in Nigeria. Journal of Policy, Law and Globalization. Vol. 44, 2015. 50% contribution.

70) OlufemiAbifarin and Shittu A. Bello, The Civil Service as an Engine of Good Governance in Nigeria. Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 5. No. 24. 2015. 50% contribution.

 

FOREIGN JOURNALS IN VIEW

71) OlufemiAbifarin, Curbing Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea. Sri Lanka Journal of

International Law.

 

72) OlufemiAbifarin, A Critical Appraisal of Citizenship, Indigeneship, Residency and Settlers’ Rights in Nigeria. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences.

73) Chijioke O. Jimmy and OlufemiAbifarin, Marriageable Age Controversy and Its Implications on the Health and Welfare of the Child in Nigeria. Academic Journal of Inter-Disciplinary Studies. 50% contribution.

74) OlufemiAbifarin, The Response of Law to Witchcraft Phenomenon in Nigeria. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.

 

EDITED BOOKS

75)Modern Trends in Tax Law, Administration and Practice in Nigeria. Junipper Publishers Makurdi, Benue State, July 2013, edited by OlufemiAbifarin.

76) Law, Democracy and Social Change: Essays in Honour of Chief BayoOjo SAN, jointlt edited by OlufemiAbifarin and HakkemIjaiya, Juniper Publishers, Makurdi, Benue State.

PREVIOUS RESEARCH PROJECT, DISSERTATION AND THESIS:

  1. Constructive Trust, An Institution or a Remedial Process: Nigerian Position Examined (LL.B Long Essay, University of Jos, 1987)
  2. The Legal Aspect of Privatization and Commercialization of Public Enterprises in Nigeria (LL.M

Dissertation, ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife, 2000)

  1. An Agenda for an Effective Alternative Dispute Resolution in Nigeria (PhD Thesis, University of Jos, 2014)

 

  1. LEADERSHIP TRAINING SEMINARS ATTENDED WITH DATES

1) Seminar on Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances in Local Government, Organized for Local Government Supervisors by Henrisol Limited at Yebumot Hotels, Ilorin 22 September, 1992

2) Effective Primary Health Care Management in Nigeria, Sponsored by Federal Government of Nigeria and he Commission for European Communities at Durbar Hotel, Kaduna 13th– 15thOctober, 1992

3)  Government Training Programmed, Organized and Sponsored by Center for Constitutionalism and Demilitarization, held at Hill State Hotel, Jos March 7thto 12th, 2004

4) John Maxwell Million Leaders Mandate Training Certificate, 2004 – 2006

5)  Enhanced Administrative and Leadership Colloquium organized by Joseph Ayo Babalola University Consult at Mic Com Golf Hotels &Resots, Ada, OsuN State from 27thOctober to 29thOctober 2015.

 

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

1) Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)

2) Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU)

3) National Association of Law Teachers (NALT)

4) Chartered Institute of Arbitrators U.K (Associate Member)

5) Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigerian (Associate Member)

6) Nigerian Society for Indigenous Knowledge and Development (Member)

7) Energy and Petroleum Law Academics of Nigeria (EPLAN) (Member).

8) Research International Network, Netherlands (Member)

 

Hobby: Reading and Writing

REFEREES

  • Dominic Asada

Faculty of Law, University of Jos.

Jos, Plateau State.

2) Prof. A.A Borokini

 

Dean Faculty of Law, AjayiCrowther University,

Oyo.

3) Dr. Jimmy O. Chijioke

Head of Department, Jurisprudence and International Law

Faculty of Law Kogi State University, Anyigba.

Kogi State.

 

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