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Hi, I'm Dr. MICHAEL OGU

Lecturer I

Experienced academic with nearly a decade of demonstrated history in teaching and research in the higher education industry in and out of Nigeria. Strong education professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in International Relations from babcock University, and areas of core research interests spanning; security studies, African international relations, and global governance. Skilled also in public speaking, copy editing, and management, as well as a passionate youth enthusiast.

PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
Legislators’ role in problem identification and agenda setting in public policy process in Nigeria
Farmer-Herder Conflict and Arms Proliferation in Nigeria
Advancing Human Security in Nigeria: The Dilemma of Care-Giving
Insights from Terrorism Intelligence and Eradication Efforts Al-Qaeda, ISIS, Boko Haram for more Pragmatic Botnet Countermeasures
E Governance and Grassroots Decision Making Process in Nigeria
Interrogating the Nexus between Globalization and Terrorism in Nigeria
Participation of Market Women in Grass Roots Governance in Nigeria
Undergraduate Perception of Political Participation in Nigeria
Why Businesses Still Remain Skeptical About Virtualization
Small Arms Proliferation and Prevalent Conflicts in Africa
REVIEW OF THE UNITED NATIONS ARMS TRADE TREATY: IMPLICATIONS FOR NIGERIA’S NATIONAL SECURITY
PROLIFERATION OF SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT WEAPONS IN AFRICA: CAUSE OR EFFECT?
Civilians, Arms and Endemic Conflicts in Africa
Omologede Community Development Association and Flood Management in Ogolonto Community, Nigeria
Nexus between Narcotic Drugs Trafficking Syndication and other Associated Crimes
Physical Punishment and Child Development in Babcock University, Nigeria: An Evaluation of ‘Not Sparing The Rod’
Surveying Ethical Concerns in Virtualization for Business
RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY: ASSUMPTIONS, STRENGHTS, AND GREATEST WEAKNESSES IN APPLICATION OUTSIDE THE WESTERN MILIEU CONTEXT
Linking the MDGs and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: Vistas and Limits
Linking the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: Vistas and Limits