Florence in EUI
Staff Name: Dr Florence Ulunma Masajuwa
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Faculty: Faculty of Law
Department: Public and International law
Position: Senior Lecturer
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Name: Florence Ulunma Masajuwa (Nee Echesirim)
Present Status: Senior Lecturer
Date of Birth: 8th February, 1966
Place of Birth: Ifon, Ondo State, Nigeria
State of Origin: Delta
Marital Status: Married
Number and age of Children: 2 Children
Local Government Area: Udu
Contact Address Faculty of Law Edo University, Iyamho
Permanent Home Address: 110 Upper Lawani Street, Benin City
Telephone: 08056736632, +2348033598067
Area(s) of Research Interest: (1) Public Policy /Administrative Law
(2) Comparative Legal Systems
(3) International Investment Law
(4) Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR),
(5) Oil and gas/Natural Resources Law
(6) Gender, Human Rights Issues.
Date of Appointment with EUI: September 201
Ogba – Ikeja,Lagos.
(FGGC) Oyo 1976 – 1981 WASC (Division one)
BEFORE APPOINTMENT WITH EDO UNIVERSITY, IYAMHO
French Language Tutor (NYSC)
St. Patrick’s Secondary School, Emene, Enugu, Nigeria
Peoples Bank of Nigeria, Benin City branch
1990 (Feb.) 1992
1992 – 1995
Lecturer/Student Affairs Officer
College of Technology, B/City
1996 – 1999
PERIOD OF FULL TIME TEACHING IN THE UNIVERSITIES,
Lecturer II: October 1999-October 2003 (Igbinedion University)
Lecturer I: October 2003 – June 2016 (Igbinedion University)
Senior Lecturer: September, 2016 till date (Edo University, Iyamho)
ASSIGNMENTS SUCCESSFULLY HANDLED OR STILL BEING HANDLED.
iii. Edited Books:
(1) Osuntokun, A., Aworawo, D and F. Masajuwa,eds.(2002). History and Cultures of Nigeria up to AD 2000.Lagos, Nigeria: Frankard Publishers (541 pages).
(2) A. Osuntokun, A., Aworawo, D., Akpan, N &F. Masajuwa, eds. (2003).Issues in Nigerian Government and Politics.Ibadan: Rex Charles Publications (470 page)
(1) Masajuwa, F.U. (2002). Culture and social change: Some aspects of cultural practices in traditional Nigerian societies. In A. Osuntokun. D. Aworawo& F. Masajuwa (Eds.), History and Cultures of Nigeria up to 2000 (pp. 134 – 136).Lagos: Frankard Publishers Ltd.
(2) Masajuwa, F.U. (2002).Ethnicity and class in Nigeria.In Osuntokun et al. (Eds.), History and Cultures of Nigeria up to 2000(pp. 265– 301). Lagos, Nigeria: Frankard Publisher Ltd.
(3) Masajuwa, F.U. (2003).Political parties and elections in Nigeria.In Osuntokun et al. (Eds.),Issues in Nigeria Government and Politics(pp.171– 223).Ibadan, Nigeria: Rex Charles Publications.
(4) Masajuwa, F.U. & Isike, C. (2003).Politics: An overview. In Osuntokun et al (Eds.), Issues in Nigeria Government and Politics(pp.1-7).Ibadan: Rex Charles Publications.
(5) Masajuwa F.U. and Ojo, O. (2003).Sexism, ethnicity and discrimination in the Nigeria society.In Igbinovia et al. (Eds), Social psychology of change and diversity in contemporary Nigeria(pp. 267-287).Benin City, Nigeria: Ababa Publishers.
(6) Masajuwa, F.U (2010). The challenges of mobilizing Nigerian women for national development. InJ. Osuntokun, V. Ukogo&A. Odoemene, (Eds.),Nigerian Studies: Readings in History,Politics, Societyand Culture(pp.219-239). New Jersey, USA: Goldline &Jacobs.
(7) Masajuwa, F.U., (2011). Administration of the electronic media, gender and sports analysing/commentating: A critical appraisal. In Y.O.O Akorede,& A.A Asiyanbola, Gender theories and polemics(pp.307-333)Port-Novo, Benin Republic: Editions Sonou D’Afrique (ESAF).
(8) Masajuwa,F.U. (2012). Nigeria’s national gender policy, law and the participation of Niger Delta women in politics: An assessment. In A. Akpuru-Ajah, E.O Ndifon & N.O Nwordu (Ed.), Law,Conflicts and Human Rights in Africa. Abuja, Nigeria: Continental Books Project Ltd: 120-135
(9) Masajuwa, F.U. (2013). The legal and institutional frameworks for foreign investment in the oil industry in Nigeria and Indonesia: An appraisal.In S.A Zuru, (Ed.)The footprint of a judicial officer: A book in honour of his Lordship, Honourable Justice Jibrin Ndatsu Ndaio, OFR, Ard(pp.30-58).Abuja, Nigeria: Chartered Graphic Press.
(10) F.U Masajuwa. (2013).Electoral corruption and the courts in Nigeria: Implications for national security. In S. Ekwenze, Ed,Demand for justice: Essays in honour of Honourable Justice O.J Okeke (pp. 187-232). Enugu, Nigeria: Snapp Press Ltd.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS ALREADY PUBLISHED
(1) Osagie, A.U. & Masajuwa F.U. (2003). The role of private universities in national development: Issues and problems”. Nigerian Journal of Politics and Development. (NJPD). 1(1), 145 - 160.
(2) Masajuwa, F.U,(2004). Incessant fire disasters in Nigeria’s urban markets: Implications for national development.Journal of Politics and Development. (NJPD). 1(2), 212 - 234
(3) S.A. Idahosa, Masajuwa F.U & Adesioye I. M. (Dec. 2003) “Rentierism and Official Corruption in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Social Sciences (NJSS, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nigeria). 2(2), 105 -120.
(4) Masajuwa, F.U (2004), Interest groups, Law and the implementation of the structural adjustment programme in Nigeria.”.Nigerian Journal of Politics and Development (NJPD). 3(1), 86 – 94.
(5) Akpan, N&Masajuwa, F.U. (2004).Local government administration in Nigeria’s fourth Republic Benson Idahosa University (B.I.U) Journal of Social and Management Sciences, 1(2), 18-30
(6) Masajuwa, F.U and Akpan, N. (June 2004). The military and the development of Local Government in Nigeria: An appraisal.B.I.U. Journal of Social and Management Sciences,2 (2), 40 – 58.
(7) Florence U. Masajuwa. (2009). Shares and Class Rights in Nigeria’s Company Law: A Critical Overview. 8 I.U.L.J, 30-40.
(8) Masajuwa, F.U. (2012). The oil industry and host communities of the Niger Delta: Background and justification for beneficial relationship.”Igbinedion University Journal of Private and Property Law, 1, (1), 232-262
(9) Masajuwa, F.U. (2013). Patriarchy, Law and the participation of African women in politics.” ECRC Journal of African Scholars and Practitioners, 1, 180-194
(10) Okonkwo, C.O and Masajuwa, F.U. (2015).The nexus of foreign interests and insurgency in Nigeria. African Journal of Politics and Diplomacy. 1(1), 174-185.
(11) Ajisebiyawo A. S and Masajuwa, F.U. (2016). Credible Elections and establishment and maintenance of democratic order: The Nigerian dimension. International Journal of Arts and Social Sciences.
(12) Masajuwa, F.U. (2017). Strengthening the Gender Balance through Policy and Law in Oil Producing Communities in Nigeria. Namibian Journal of Management Sciences (NJMS), 1(2): 25-51
(13) Masajuwa, F.U (2017). Communities’ indigenous claim over the ownership and control of petroleum resources in Nigeria: An Appraisal based on international law. Odumegwu Ojukwu University Law Journal, 3(1): 45-70
ARTICLES ACCEPTED AND PRESENTED AT INTERNATIONAL /NATIONAL CONFERENCES
(1) Masajuwa, F. U. (2014, September). Communities’ indigenous claim over the ownership and control of petroleum resources in Nigeria: An Appraisal based on international law. Namibian Law Journal, University of Namibia, Windhoek.
(1)Masajuwa, F.U. (1996), Poverty Alleviation through grassroots banking: A case study of the People’ Bank of Nigeria (1989-1996). (Unpublished masters’ thesis(Public Administration MPA), University of Benin, Benin-City, Nigeria.
(2)Masajuwa, F.U. (2002). Strikes in the Nigeria’s Civil Service: A case Study of Edo State Civil Service (1991-2001) (Unpublished master’s thesis, MSc, Public Admin.), University of Benin, Benin-City, Nigeria.
(3)Echesirim-Masajuwa, F.U. (2009). National Development through Foreign Investments: A Comparative Analysis of the Legal Frameworks of Foreign Investments in Nigeria and Indonesia. (Master’s thesis, Law), University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
(3)Echesirim-Masajuwa, F. U. (2015). Legal analysis of the relationship between multinational oil industry and host communities. PhD Thesis, Faculty of Law, University of Abuja, Abuja, Nigeria.
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
Membership of Association/Position Held, Igbinedion University, Okada
OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY -
NIGERIA LANGUAGES SPOKEN IN ORDER OF FLUENCY
FOREIGN LANGUAGES SPOKEN IN ORDER OF FLUENCY
(1) Reading Writing (Newspapers, Books & Journals)
(2) Sports Analysing/Commentating
(5) Listening to Radio
(1) Prof. Shehu Abdulahi Zuru
Faculty of Law,
Univeristy of Abuja.
(2) Prof. Emeka Chianu,
Faculty of Law
University of Benin, Benin City, NIGERIA
(3) Professor Musa Abutudu
Dept of Political Science & Public Administration,
University of Benin,Benin-City, NIGERIA