Veritas University Staff Directory

Katuka Yaki B.Sc, MPA, PhD
Associate Professor

Dr. Katuka Yaki is a Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration. He holds a Bachelor of Science, Degree in Public Administration (University of Abuja, 2002), Master of Public Administration (University of Calabar, 2006), and Ph.D. Political Economy and Development Studies (University of Abuja, 2011). His areas of research interests are: Public Administration, Political Economy and Development Studies. Dr. Katuka Yaki is a member of the following professional associations: Certified Institute of Management Nigeria, Practicing License, 0991, 7009;Editorial Board Member Across- Africa Information Service center, East Legon Accra, Ghana, April, 2009; Fellow – certified Institute of Management Nigeria: 0991 – 27th June, 2009; Fellow – Institute of Business Technology Management of Nigeria FIBTM/034/10 (2010); Member – Research and Development Network by International Research and Development Institute, No. 10021513, 15th January, 2010; Basic MANDEL – Management Training Development (Cert No. 45411) Centre for Management Development (2010); Member of Advisory Board Environment and Safety Management Institute (2016); Fellow, Institute of Public Management, Nigeria, 3rd November, 2012;          Fellow Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria (ICA/AF/13-656 12TH     December, 2013; Fellow, Institute of Advanced Entrepreneurship Research and Development (Nigeria). Affiliated to Universidad Empresarial De costa Rica; Fellow,-Institute of Environment and Safety Management. Manuscript No: 10160070. October 7th, 2016; Member, Political Science Association (2016).


  1. Window into Anatomy of industrial conflict in Nigeria Universities. Nasarawa Journal of Humanities, vol,1, No.2:2005
  2. Causes of conflict between Students and lecturers in Nigeria Universities (Accepted) in Keffi Journal of Education, 2005
  3. Women Marginalization in Administration: the Nasarawa State Female Administrator in perspective: (Accepted) Vol.1 Issue No.5,2007
  4. Nigerian Police and Crime Management (published) in Journal of development and policy, vol.1 No. 1, 2006
  5. An anatomy of Bureaucratic corruption: causes synergetic effects: the way forward (Published) 2009. Vol.1 No.1 co-author; Barr. Zakari Mohammed, Journal of sustainable and human development. International journal of Multidisciplinary academic research.
  6. Role of traditional Rulers in Modern Administration: The Nigerian Prospective (published) vol.1 No.3 in journal of research and development studies University of Nigeria, Enugu; co-authored, Prof. Mainoma, M>M. Vol. 1, No. 2
  7. Changing  role of African tradition Rulers in Government, Nigeria in perspective (Accepted) Faculty Journal for development and society, University of Abuja-2009
  8. The Role of Women Ensuring Violence Free Election Through Information, Communication and Mobilization (Published) In Journal of Library Information Science and Technology, 2010 – ISSN 2141 – 6257
  9. The Place of Local Government Authority in the Development of Library and Information Centre. (Accepted) In JLISTECH, ISSN 2141 6257. 20th October, 2010.
  10. The role of the Judiciary Library in Justice Delivery: a case study of four States. (Accepted) In JLISTECH, ISSN 2141 6257. 20th October, 2010.
  11. An anatomy of Ethno-Religious Conflict in North Central geo-political zone in Nigeria: The Deprivation Theory. (Accepted) In International Peace Journal. (on assessment)
  12. Creating an Enabling Environment for the Management of Local Government Conflicts – in quarter Journal, Legislative Studies and governance, Vol. 1, No. 3, Sept – Dec. 2012.
  13. Dilemma of corruption: set in the global economy by Katuka Yaki, John Abimiku and Hassan Turaki, Vol. 2 conference proceeding, Faculty of Administration. Edited by M. A. Mainoma, SAS Aruwa SB Tende.
  14. Managing Ethno-Religious Truma in Educational Sector: Nexus between collapse and redemption. Co-Authored: Katuka Yaki and Wilfred Y. Katuka in Keffi journal of Administration and Policy Review Vol. 2: 1st July, 2012
  15. Managing unethical paradoxes and contradictions: The Nigerian Civil Service by Dr. Katuka Yaki in Keffi journal of Administration and Policy Review Vol. 3 No 1, 2012
  16. Pension Administration in the Nigeria Public Service: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Vol. 8. Nos 1&2 – July 2009, ISSN 0794-9677 Nigeria Journal of Administrative Science, Benin
  17. Target Setting and Performance Management: Priority for Civil Service in Nigeria. Vol. 8. No. 1&2 – July 2009, Nigeria Journal of Administrative Science, ISSN 0794-9677.
  18. Civil Society And Good Governance in Nigeria: An Appraisal of Role And Challenges In Nasarawa Journal of Political Science Co-Auditor Dr. Itodo S.M. Vol. 3, No. 2 September, 2015.
  19.  Window into the Anatomy of the Management on Nigeria Election: Can the Youth Rescue the Situation? Nasarawa Journal of Political Science (Accepted August 27th 2015). Co-Auditor Dr. Itodo S.M.Vol. 3, No. 3 September, 2015.
  20. 2015 in Nasarawa Journal of Political Science “Civil Society and Good Governance in Nigeria”: An Appraisal of Roles and Challenges. Vol. 4 No. 1, 2015.
  21. Understanding Legislative-Executive Conflicts and Presidential Decadence: Any Sustainable Status in Nigeria (Accepted In VeritasJournal of Conflicts Studies) Vol. 1 2017.
  22. Impact Of Non-Governmental Organisation In The Management Conflict: A Critical Analysis Of Nigeria  (Accepted in Veritas Journal of Conflicts Studies) Vol. 1 2017
  23. Cracks on Implementation of Poverty Alleviation Programmes and Development in the Third World: The Marxian Political Economy Approach-Nigeria as a case of Departure.
  24. Leadership Challenges in the Educational Sector in Nigeria: Who are the Scape Goats. (Accepted Journal of Political Science and Diplomacy, The Veritas University Abuja)
  25. Paralysis of traditional Rulers in grass root Administration: The abolitionist theory (published) vol.1 No.3 in journal of research and development 2008, Ghana.
  26. The Role and challenges of Directors personnel management in Local Government Administration: Nigeria Scenario (Published) vol. 1 No.1 2009. Co-author Professor Sale Dauda. Journal of sustainable Human Review.
  27. Employee and lobbying syndrome in bureaucratic organization. African Journal of social and research development 2009 East legion, Accra- Ghana. (Accepted).
  28. Deviant behavior in bureaucratic organization: The resultant effect (AJSRD/2009/065) African Journal of social and research development, East, Legion Ghana.
  29. Recruitment Process: Its Vulnerability, Morphology and Methodology: The Africanism Dimension. Co-Authored; Katuka Yaki and Ben OlayiAchor in international journal of social science Vol. 2 number 8, 2010.
  30. Managing Organizational change in bureaucratic organization in the third world countries. Co-Authored: Katuka Yaki and Ben OlayiAchor in international journal of social science Vol. 2 number 9, 2010.
  31. The Consequence of Nigeria Police Corruption; The Positive Approach. The Nigerian Business Journal Vol. 2 No. 1, October 2015.
  32. Colonialism, Effects on the Nigerian State Journal of JASD Vol. 6 of 2015 (ISSN 4121-8241).
  33. Corruption in Nigeria: Historical Background and Any Philosophical Rescue. Co-Authored, In journal of SHDR Vol.7 of 2015 (ISSN 2006-8425).
  34. Ethics in The Administration of Examination Malpractices in Tertiary Institutions, Co-authored with Zakoyi Justin Shekoyadu in the Journal of Techno Science Review Vol. 6, No. 1 x 1 2015; ISSN: 2250-9046.
  35. Youths Participation in Election and Electoral Violence in Africa; The Nigeria Antecedence. Published in the International Research in Social Sciences and Education Vol. 2 no1 – 2016 Co-Authored.
  36. An Appraisal on Dudley Seers Conceptual Clarification on Development; The Nigeria Socio-Economic Dimension. Accepted in the International Journal of Advanced Studies in Ecology Development and Sustainability, Vol. 4. No11 2016. ISBN (2354-4252).
  37. Roles of Security Agencies in the Management of Situational Crisis in Nigeria. Published in International Journal of Strategic Research in Education, Technology and Humanities. Vol.3 NO.1 2016 (2465-7314).Co-Auditor,S.C Bissalla.
  38. Electoral Security Management in Nigeria; On the Matter of Military Role. Published in International Journal of Advance Studies and Environmental Studies. CO-auditors, Dr.David.J and S.C. Bissalla- 2016.
  39. Options for the Management of Terrorism in Nigeria; A Rational Approach. Published in International Journal of Strategic Research in Education, Technology and Humanities Vol.5 No 5 2016,(3243-3643). Co-Auditor; Yahaya. I.
  40. Administration of Islam Marriage; Rights and Obligations.  Published in International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Engineering and Development Strategies. Vol4,No1. (2315-8379).
  41. Effective Administrative Communication Tool for Achieving Organizational Vision, Mission and Philosophy; A Critical Review of Barriers. Published in International Journal of Strategic Research in Education, Technology and Humanities.Vol.3 No2. 2016(2453-7332).S.I Yar , Z. Anzaku.
  42. Effluence of Psychological Factors on Food Consumption Pattern in Journal of Advance and Statistic Management. Vol. 4. No1- 2016 KatukaYaki- Co-Authored.
  43. Employment Generation and Poverty Reduction for Optional Economic Performances in Nigeria; Adoption of Skills Acquisition Village Enterprise Development Model. Journal of Social Science of policy Reviewed and Development Strategies. Vol. 2, No1 Katuka Y. and Co-Authored- 2016.