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Obodo Nneamaka Ijie B.Sc, M.Sc
LECTURER II

Obodo Nneamaka Ijie started her teaching career in April 2013 in the Department of Political Science and Diplomacy in Veritas University, Abuja. She is also attached to the newly established Centre for Peace and Development. She has attended several conferences, published in different journals and has engaged in chapter contribution. Her area of interest is Conflict Resolution and Peace Practice with special attention to international conflicts in border towns.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Obodo, N.I and Akwen, G.T (2014) “Women Participation in Politics and Sustainable Development in Nigeria” in W.T Uji, J.B Audu and T.E Ikpanor (Eds) Democracy, Politics and Economy in Nigeria, Lagos, Bahiti and Dalila Publishers
  2. Vande, T.P and Obodo, N. I (2015) Decentralization and Rural Poverty Reduction in Nigeria: The Role of Local Government in Benue State VUNA Journal of Politics and Diplomatic Studies, 1(1): 157-175
  3. Obodo, N.I (2016) “Girl-Child Education and Sustainable Development in Nigeria            Challenges and            Prospects” in M. E George-Genyi, (Eds) The National          Question and Development in Nigeria, Abuja, Donafrique Publishers
  4.  O.G, Atu, O.E and Obodo, N.I (2016) The Effect of Insurgency on the Economy of North-East Nigeria  Journal of Political Inquiry, 2(2): 136-145
  5. Obodo, N.I and Yusuf, O. (2017) Failing State and the Consequences on Neighboring States: The Nigerian Perspective Journal of Nation-building and Policy                               Studies,1(1):37-52
  6. Obodo, N.I and Akwen, G.T. (2018) Nigeria-Cameroon Border Relations: A Historical Analysis of the Bakassi Peninsula Region Journal of Department of HistoryKaduna State University, Kaduna

RESEARCH WORKS

  1. An assessment of Fundamental Human Rights Violations of  2011 Flood Victims in Lagos State : M.A Dissertation
  2. The Impact of Multinational Corporations in Nigeria, A case study of shell 2007. Undergraduate Project
  3. Greentree Agreement and the Fundamental Human Rights of the Bakassi Peninsula Indigenes