Veritas University Staff Directory


A consummate, versatile and performance-driven academic who seek to advance institutions and societies through value adding research, advocacy, human resource management and capacity building. For over a decade, he has been engaged in teaching and research informally and formally andin the Department of Political Science, VeritasUniversity Abuja where he has produced several students who are doing well in various sectors in and outside Nigeria. Within this period, he has not only made a mark through academic achievements but equally involved in advocacy for a better Nigerian society as a public affairs analyst.

As a versatile scholar, he has published in several peer reviewed journals and books as well as participated in local and international conferences. His research interests cover issues of International Relations, Defence and Strategic Studies, development and underdevelopment, International Political Economy(IPE) etc.

AdejohSunday holds a Master of Science Degree in International Relations and he is at the verge of completing his Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Ph.D) in Defence and Strategic Studies at the Nigerian Defence Academy and is a member of several professional bodies including the Nigeria Political Science Association (NPSA).


  • Abechi, A. Adejoh, S. and Samuel A.R (2016) ASUU and the Struggle for Improved Conditions of Service in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Political Inquiry Vol.2 No.2
  • Adejoh, S and Ishaka, D. (2015) an Assessment of the Role of Mass Media on Nigeria Foreign Policy: Lessons from Nigeria. VUNA Journal of History and International Relations Vol.2 No.2pp352-361
  • Adejoh, S. and Adams W. (2016)International Terrorism and Islamophobia:  Lessons for NigeriaReview of Nigerian Political Economy Vol.5. N0.1&2, pp15-28
  • Adejoh, S (2015), Political Culture and the Politics of injustice and immorality in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: An Assessment. Lapai International Journal of Politics Vol.3 N0.1&2, pp.108-119
  • Adejoh, S and Samuel, A.R (2015), Religion and Nigeria’s External Relations: the Dialectics of the Church and Mosque .VUNA Journal of Politics and Diplomatic Studies.Vol.1 No 1 pp. 176-188
  • Adejoh, S and Sheriff, G.I (2017),Ideology, Religion and the Clash of Civilization: Perspectives on Islamophobia. Lapai International Journal of Administration (LIJAD) Maiden edition, N0 1 Vol.1,pp.157-167
  • Akwen, G.T and Adejoh, S (2015) Corruption and Development in Post-independence Nigerian Political System  Journal of Political Inquiry  Vol.1 No.1pp46-56
  • Ibori,  M. and Adejoh, S (2015), National interest and Nigeria’s Defence Policy: Interrogating the Nexus and Missing Links. VUNA Journal of Politics and Diplomatic Studies.Vol.1 No 2,pp.92-101
  • Ibori,  M. and Adejoh, S (2016), Counter- Terrorism And Human Rights Protection: The Dilemma of States.Journal of Political Inquiry Vol.2 No.1.pp.162-170
  • Sheriff, G.I and Adejoh, S (2017), the Impact of Arms Control and Disarmament on the Security of Developing Economies.Lapai International Journal of Administration (LIJAD) Maiden edition, Vol.1, N0, 1 pp.188-198
  • Tar U.A and Adejoh, S. (2017) Military Alliance and Counter Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa: Multinational Joint Task Force in perspectives. Covenant Journal of Politics and International affairs Vol 5. N02, pp1-12.


  • Adejoh, S. (2016), Politics of Arms Control and Disarmament: Security Implications for Developing Economies. Presented at the International Conference on Social Science and Law (ICSSL) held at the Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Abuja on May 11-12.
  • Adejoh, S. (2016), Independent National Electoral Commission, Elections and Technology: X-Raying Contending Perspectives on the use of Smart Card Reader. presented at the Nigerian Political Science Association North Central Zone conference held at Benue State University, Makurdi on the 3rd of March.
  • Adejoh, S. (2016) Mass Media and the Clash of civilization in Europe: Islamophobia as a case in point. Being a Paper Presented at the Second International Conference on the State of Public Administration and Sustainable Development in Africa held at the Lagos State University, Ojo between 28-30th of November
  • Adejoh, S. (2017), Border Control and the challenges of Terrorism in North East Nigeria. Presented at the 3rd International Conference on Social Science and Law (ICSSL) held at the Nile University of Nigeria , Abuja on May 10-11
  • Adejoh, S. (2017), National Intelligence Agency and Nigeria’s Diplomatic Relations in contemporary times. Presented at second international Conference on Enhancing Democracy, Security, Development and Nigeria’s Foreign Relations in a Globalized world organized by the Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Abuja from July 11th -13th  2017
  • Adejoh, S. (2017), Military Alliance and Counter Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Multi-National Joint Task Force in Perspectives. Presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association held at the University of Ibadan from 6th -9th November.
  • Adejoh, S. (2017) Religion and the Nigerian state: a Thesis, Antithesis and Synthesis. Being a paper presented at the 1st conference on Peace and Development organized  byVeritas University Abuja Centre for Peace and Development held at Chelsea Hotel, Central Business District, Abuja between 20th -21st November.