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  • Area of Specialization: Comparative Politics and Development Studies
  • Department of Political Science

  • EGBADJU Abraham Obukohwo (Mr.) is of Urhobo extraction of Delta State, Nigeria. Precisely, he hails from Abraka in Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State. He studied Political Science at the Delta State University, Abraka and obtained his B.Sc. Degree in 1996, graduating with Second Class Upper Division (21). He proceeded for the NYSC programme in 1997 and was posted to work with the Department of Political Science, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State as a serving corper/ burning with the desire for academic career, he joined the Delta State University, Abraka as Graduate Assistant in 1998. He proceeded to university of Benin, Edo State, where he bagged his M.Sc. Degree in Comparative Politics and Development Studied in 2004. He enrolled for his Ph.D in 2005, but for critical challenges he faced at that time, he could not complete it. He has however, re-enrolled for his Ph.D since 2017 and he is currently at thesis defense stage (Faculty level). Presently, he is Lecturer I. his areas of research interests are on Comparative Politics, Public Policy Analysis and Security Studies (where he presently doing his Ph.D work. Egbadju has been teaching courses in core Political Science areas such as Introduction to Political Science, History of Political Thought, the Military in Politics and Public Policy Analysis. Mr. Egbadju has served in the Department of Political Science, Faculty of the Social Sciences in various capacity and at various times as Departmental Timetable, Officer, Students’ Staff Adviser, Member, Faculty Business Committee and Faculty of the Social Sciences representative to Faculty of Engineering Board of Examiners.
    My Publications
  1. Egbadju, Obukohwo Abraham (2019) Human security challenges and state police imperative in Nigeria in Madu, I.A. and Ezeh, P.J. (eds.), Nigeria Journal of the Social Sciences; Nsukka
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  2. Egbadju, Obukohwo Abraham (2018) Technology transfer and realities of development dilemma of the developing Countries. A theoretical perspective in Harry, S. (ed) , Journal of Political Sciences and Public Affairs. Singapore:
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  3. Egbadju, Obukohwo Abraham (2016) Ethnicity or ethnic pluralism: The causes of political conflict in Nigeria, Paper presented in a seminar on “Revisiting Ethnicity and Good Governance in Nigeria”
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  4. Egbadju, A. Obagbinoko, C. (2011) “Theories, themes and concepts common in the study of the Social Scinces” In Awaritefe, O.D. Mukoro, A. (eds.). Philosophy of the Social Sciences: , A publication of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, DELSU, Abraka
    Vol. Pages: 24 - 37

  5. Egbadju, Obukohwo Abraham (2009) “The politics of oil exploration and exploitation. Oil producing communities’ reactions and security contradictions in the Niger Delta” in Victor Ojakorotu (ed.) , Contending issues in the Niger Delta crisis of Nigeria, Mohash, South African: JAPSS, Inc
    Vol. Pages: 276 - 297

  6. Egbadju, Obukohwo Abraham (2008) “The realities of globalization on socioeconomic life in Nigeria, Journal of Social Policy and Society
    Vol.3 (3) Pages: 9 - 17

  7. Egbadju, Obukohwo Abraham (2008) Rethinking non-alignment in the 21st century globalizing world, , Journal of Social Policy and Society
    Vol.3 (4) Pages: 18 - 25

  8. Egbadju, Obukohwo Abraham (2005) “Good governance in Nigeria: The place of Nigerian women”, , International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Dynamics
    Vol.3 Pages: 61 - 71

  9. Egbadju, Abraham, and Ekpekurede, Wesley (2004) “Nigeria’s Electoral Finance System: Service or Greed? In Harold Isaac and Kathryn L, Zak (eds) Advancing New Dimensions in Third World Studies in the 21st Century. , ATWS, Louisiana, Shreveport (International)
    Vol. Pages: 39 - 43