Mallam LAWAL SALAHU MOHAMMED


Mallam LAWAL SALAHU MOHAMMED
Designation: Senior Lecturer
Email: lsmohammed@ibbu.edu.ng
Phone: 08028796952, 07030235252
Gender: Male

Biography

NAME:................................................SALAHU, MOHAMMED LAWAL, Ph.D
DATE OF BIRTH:.........................7TH JANUARY 1968
HOME TOWN...............................ETSU-TASHA
LOCAL GOVERNMENT:........EDATI LOCAL GOVERNMENT
STATE OF ORIGIN:....................NIGER
GEOPOLITICAL ZONE...........NORTH CENTRAL
NATIONALITY..............................NIGERIA
PERMANENT ADDRESS:.....HOUSE NO. BIDA WEST 316 BANWUYA, BIDA NIGER STATE
RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:....B5/562 KPAKUNGU NEW LAYOUT OFF BIDA ROAD, OPPOSITE JFLA-ILAS, BEHIND DAYAMAS GUEST INN, MINNA.
CONTACT ADDRESS:............DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, FACULTY OF EDUCATION & ARTS, IBRAHIM BADAMASI BABANGIDA UNIVERSITY, LAPAI NIGER STATE
EMAIL ADDRESS:......................Salahumohammedlawal@yahoo.com lsmohammed@ibbu.edu.ng
MARITAL STATUS:....................MARRIED WITH FIVE CHILDREN:
FATI (18), AMINA (15), MANSUR (12),
SHAFIU (9), SAGIR (4),

PHONE NUMBER:...........................................08028796952, 07030235252
PRESENT EMPLOYMENT AND STATUS.......SNR LECTURER (CONUAS 5/3)
DATE OF FIRST APPOINTMENT..........................MAY, 1991.
DATE OF PRESENT APPOINTMENT.................OCTOBER, 2015.

INSTITUTEDATECERTIFICATES
University of Abuja, Abuja.............2014...........PhD, History
University of Abuja, Abuja...........2000-2004..........Master of Arts(History)
Federal University of Technology, Minna........1999-2000.........Post-Graduate Diploma in Environment Management
University of Abuja, Abuja............1991-1995..........Bachelor of Arts (Edu./History)
College of Education, Minna.............1986-1989...........Nigeria Certificate in Education
Gov’t Teachers’ College, Nasarawa, kainji.......1980-1985.........Teachers’ Grade II Certificate
Ndayako Primary School, Bida.......1974-1980...........Certificate of Primary Education

APPOINTMENT/WORKING EXPERIENCE/COMMUNITY SERVICE
1.Voluntary Teaching Service (CAILS Minna) 1990
2.Teaching staff (M.O.E Minna) CAILS Minna 1991-1998
3.Lecturer, College of Education, Minna 1998 - 2010
4.Coordinator, NCE/LVSP C.O.E Minna 2002 -2004
5.Examination Officer, School of Arts and Social sciences 2003 -2006
6.Head, Department of History 2004 -2006
7.Member Editorial Board, Gurara Journal of Humanity studies 2002 - 2010
8.Editorial Member, Department of History “Book of Reading 2004 - 2010
9.Member Examination Malpractice Committee, C.O.E Minna 2004 - 2006
10.Chairman, Examination Committee, School of Arts and
Social Sciences 2003 - 2006
11.Consultant to PDP on Historical Studies of Niger State 2005 - 2006
Secretary, College Publication and Research Committee 2006 - 2007
12.Deputy Dean, School of Arts and Social Sciences 2006 – 2010
13.Internal Examiner, Pre-NCE, College of Education, Minna 2008 - 2010
14.Chairman, Seminar and Conference Committee, SASS 2009 – 2010
15.Secretary, Niger History Project, Centre for
Historical Research and Documentation, Government House, Minna 2009 - 2010
16.Dean, School of Arts and Social Sciences 2010-Jan.2011
17.Examination Officer, Faculty of Education and Art, IBBU, Lapai 2013-2016
18.Head, Department of History and International Studies, IBBU, Lapai 2016
19.Chairperson ,Acadmic Staff Union of Universities, IBBU, Lapai 2015
20.Chairman, Edati Peoples’ Foundation, Edati L.G. Enagi 2013
21.Managing Editor Lapai Journal of Nigeria History 2016
22.Member, Editorial Board, Minna Journal of Edcational Studies, C.O.E. Minna,2016
23.Member, Health Care Finance Technical Working Group, Niger state-2017
24.Guest Lecturer at different invitational forum.
25. Editorial Reviewer to Local and International Journals
26. External Examiner, Department of History, C.O.E. Minna, Niger State, 2018.
27.External Examiner, General Study Unit (Citizenship and Political Economy) COE, Minna, 2018
28.Deputy Dean, Faculty of Education and Arts, I.B.B.U. Lapai, 2018
29.Dean, Faculty of Education and Arts, I. B. B. University, Lapai 2018
30.Member, Management Board,Institude of Continuing Education and E-Learning,IBBU
Lapai.2019
D.AWARD
Best Intermediary (Academic) Staff, 2005 - C.O.E Minna.
E.SCHEDULE OF DUTY
1.Lecturing
2.Research
3.Project Supervision.

HOBBIES
1.Reading, Writing and Watching games.

Memberships

1.National Association for the Promotion of Studies in Arts and Social Sciences (NAPSASS)
2.Historical Society of Nigeria(HSN)
3.Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRC)
4.Associate Member, Nigeria Environmental Society (AMNES)

Publications

ACADEMIC RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN
1.The importance of Bida Central Market to the People of the Area and Environment (N.C.E. Project, C.O.E Minna 1989).
2.The University Crisis in Nigeria: A Case Study of FUT Minna (BAED Project, University of Abuja, 1995)
3.Solid Waste Management in Nigerian Municipalities: Problems and Prospects. A Case Study of Minna (PGDEM) project, FUT Minna 2000).
4.The Transformation of Bida Emirate Administration: 1857-2000 (MA Dissertation, University of Abuja, 2003).
5.The Socio-Economic History of Bida Emirate, 1857-1976 [PhD. Thesis, 2014].
6.A Survey of the People and History of Etsu Tasha(on-going)

G.PAPER PRESENTATIONS AND SEMINAR/CONFERENCES ATTENDED
1.Salahu, M.L. “The Nigeria Nation: A Beacon of Hope” NAPSASS Conference Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Auka, 2003.
2.Salahu, M.L. History and Reconstruction Process in Nigeria, NAPSASS Conference Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, 2004.
3.Salahu, M.L. “General Studies for a New Nigeria”. NAPSASS Conference Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja 2005.
4. Salahu, M.L. & Abdullahi, Y. “Historical Studies for Sustainable Development in Nigeria” National Conference, Niger State College of Education, Minna 2003.
5.Salahu, M.L. “Peace Education in Nigeria: The Imperative of Moral and Historical Studies for Nation Building”, National Conference, College of Education, Minna 2005.
6.Salahu, M.L. & Rufai, A.M. “Historical Studies and Challenges of Career Choice in Nigeria”, National Conference, Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto 2006.
7.Hannatu .K.A & Salahu, M.L. “Historical studies and The Challenges of Teacher Production in the 21st Century Nigeria”, Conference of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto 2007.
8.Salahu, M.L. & Hannatu .K.A (Mrs.) “Political Party Primaries: Issues and Challenges to the Nigerian Polity in the 21st Century”. National Conference, Federal College of Education, Kontogora, 2007.
9. Salahu, M.L. & Bawa .M.M. “Teaching History at Primary and JSS: Issues and Challenges of implementation”, National Conference, Minna 2008.
10. Salahu, M. L. “The Imperatives of Cultural Research in the Attainment of Niger State Vision 3:2020” Paper Presented at the First – in – House Workshop for Capacity Building for the Staff of Niger State Council of Arts and Culture, Minna, 25th – 29th January, 2011.
11.Salahu, M. L. “Trends and Development of Historical Writing and the Challenges of Using Arabic and Ajami Manuscripts in Kin Nupe” Second Nupe Islamic Conference, Nupe Islamic Arabic Cultural Organisation (NIACO) Bida, 24th – 25th July, 2010
12.Salahu, M. L. “Colonialism and the Transformation of Bida Emirate Finances” National Conference, Department of History and Archaeology, IBBU, Lapai, 29th November – 1st December, 2010
13.Salahu, M. L. “Funding and Management of University Education in Nigeria. Implications for Parents and Learners in a Depressed Economy”. International Conference, Faculty of Education and Arts, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai, 5th – 8th December, 2011.
14.Salahu, M.L. Adaptability and Acceptability in Migrant/Settler and Indigene/Native Relationship in Nigeria, National Conference on Minorities, Federation and Politics in Nigeria, IBBU, Lapai 15th – 18th July, 2012.
15.Salahu, M.L. An Appraisal of Corruption in the Nigeria Electoral System. National Conference of Historical Society of Nigeria IBBU, Lapai 29th October 2012 – 1st November, 2012.
16.Salahu, M.L. Entrepreneurship Education at Tertiary Education Level: Implication to Historical Studies, National Conference of
Nigeria Academy of Education, Minna 5th – 8th November, 2012.
17. Salahu, M.L. and Musa, M. B., ’’Entrepreneurship Education and National Security’’, National Conference, Niger State College of Education, Minna, 26-29th Nov., 2013.
18. Salahu, M.L. and Liman, A.I., ’’Traditional Leadership and Chieftaincy Institution in the Governance of Nigeria since 1914. The Survival Instinct’. National Conference, IBBU, Lapai, 4-7 May; 2014
19. Jonah, N. Y. and Salahu, M.L. ’’Enhancing Quality of Historical Studies in Nigeria Tertiary Institution for National Security and Development’’. National Conference of Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union [North Central Zone Zuba, 14-16th December, 2014.
20. Salahu M.L., Abdul M. and Adeshina M. O., Power, Energy and Food Security: The Emergent Issues towards Development in Nigeria. First International Conference of International Centre for Science, Humanities and Education Research (ICSHER) March 2015.
21. Salahu, M.L. Curbing Corruption and Immorality in Nigeria Education System: A Historical Paradigm” National Conference of National Association of Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies, December,2016
22. Salahu, M.L. & Yakubu, I.A., Nigeria-China Economic Relations: The Ups, the Downs and the Future’ International Conference of Africa-Asian Studies Association at Kaduna State University,2-5 April,2017
23.Salahu, M.L., The Imperative of Traditional Leadership and Chieftaincy Institutions in Nation Building in Nigeria since Independence.. 62nd Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria, Sokoto State University, Sokoto 5th-8th June, 2017
24.Salahu, M.L. Nigeria since Independence: The Imperative of Traditional Leadership and Chieftaincy Institution in Nation Building.62nd Conference of Historical Society of Nigeria,5th-8th June,2017.
25.Salahu, M.L, Bawa, M.M & Abdullahi, Y. Nigerian Politicians and Governance: A Reflection on Nigerian Democracy to 2015.4th International Conference of Department of History and International Studies.IBB University, Lapai,3rd-6th July,2017
26.Salahu, M.L. National Integration and Sustainable Development of Nigeria: The Emergent Issues’ 5th National Conference of Department of History and International Studies, IBB University Lapai 2nd-4th July, 2018.
27. Salahu,M.L, A Glimpse into some silent feature of 2019 General Elections in Nigeria atone day Seminar organized by the center for Historical Reserch and Documentation Department of History and International Studies, IBB University Lapai 16TH May, 2019.

28. Salahu,M.L.,Political Party Primaries in the Nigeria’s Fourth Republic,1999- 2019;A Reflection at 6Th National Conference of Department of History and International Studies, IBB University Lapai 2nd-5th July, 2019.

H.WORKSHOPS ATTENDED/TRAINING MANUAL DEVELOPMENT
1.Computer Literacy Training Programme. College of Education Minna, 2005.
2.Advanced Digital Appreciation Program – Tertiary (ADAPT) Training Digital Bridge Institute, Jos 2006.
3.Manual for Cluster in-Service Training for Selected Junior Secondary School Teachers in Niger State in Social Studies, 2007
4.Manual on Methodology and Development of Low Cost Learning Materials in Four Core Subjects at the Primary Level (Social Studies) 2009.
5.2008 MDG’s Capacity Building Programme for Teachers under the MDG’s project
6.2009 MDG’s Capacity Building Programme for Teachers under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Project.
7.Research Methodology and Statistical Analysis,9-12/2/2016

i.PUBLICATIONS
a.Textbook
1.Salahu, M.L. and Bawa, M.M. An Introduction to the History of Nigeria People and Culture, Minna, Niimah Press, Nigeria 2007
2.Salahu, M.L. and Jonah .N.Y. (eds) Contemporary Nigeria Issues and Challenges, Minna, Niimah Press Nigeria -2006.
3.Wuam, T. and Salahu M. L. [eds] Aspects of Niger State History. Essays in Honour of Professor Ibrahim Adamu Kolo Lapai, IBB University, 2014.
4.Salahu, M.L., Musa, M,B., Salihu, M.N., Aminu, A.W. and Nalado, A. L (eds)Leadership, Education and Development: Selected Essays in Honour of Professor Faruk Rashid Haruna. Minna, AMNAS Consultancy Services,2017
5.Wuam, T., Egbefo, D.O., Salahu, M.L., Jatau, G. &Bako, U.Y.(Eds)Democracy in Nigeria: A Reader. Makurdi,Aboki,2018
b.Chapter in Books
1a. Salahu, M.L. Democracy in Nigeria. What Hope for the Forth Republic? In Salahu, M.L.& Jonah, N.Y. (eds) Contemporary Nigeria Issues and challenges. Niimah Press, 2006,7-14.
b. Democracy and Good Governance: The Relevance of Traditional Rulers in Nigeria. In Salahu .M.L. & Jonah N.Y.(eds) Contemporary Nigeria Issues and challenges. Niimah Press, 2006, 7-14
2.Salahu, M.L. & Abdullahi, Y. Historical Studies for Sustainable Development. In Ashituabe, G.A. & Kolo, I.A.(eds) Education for Sustainable Development, Vol. 2 Minna, Peak Press, 2006, 266-281.
3.Aminu, A.W. & Salahu, M.L. History Education as a Vehicle for Nation Building and National Development in Okegbile, A.S.et al (eds) Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria, Smart Print, 2010. 100 - 108
4.Salahu, M.L. & Aminu, A.W. Politics and Political Parties in the Fourth Republic: Reflection on the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Talla, N. S. and Wuam, T., Parties and Politics in Nigerian, 1999 – 2009, Makurdi, Aboki Publishers, 2010.
5.Salahu, M.L. Colonialism and the Transformation of Bida Emirate Finances, Joseph M. and Terhemba W (eds) Colonialism and the Transition to Modernity in Africa, Ibadan, Sam Adex Printers, 2012,627 – 635.
6.Salahu, M.L. “A Recapitulation of Historical Writings and Challenges of Using Arabic and Ajami Manuscripts in Kin – Nupe” Usman, I. G., Ibrahim I. O., and Jimada, S. (eds) Arabic and Islamic Studies Manuscripts as Heritage in Nupeland: Challenges and Prospects, Minna, Logicgate Printing Press, 2012, 30 – 35.
7. Salahu, M. L., Adaptability and Acceptability in Migrant/Settler and Indegine/Native Relationship in Nigeria. Egwemi, V., Wuam, T and Orangu, C. S,(eds) Federalism, Politics and Minorities in Nigeria; Essays in Honour of Professor G M Hembe. Lagos, Bahiti and Dalila, 2014, 420-434.
8. Salahu, M. L. and Liman, A.I., Traditional Leadership and Chieftaincy Institution in the Governance of Nigeria since 1914; The Survival Instinct. Wuam, T. and Egwemi, V (eds The 1914 Amalgamation and a Century of Nigerian Nationhood. Lagos, Bahiti and Dalila,2016, 368-382.
9. Salahu, M.L., Source Materials in History’’ Yisa, J.N. and Salahu, M. L [eds] A Handbook in History for Tertiary Institution in Nigeria. Vol. 1. Minna, Ajiboye Printers and C.O.E. 2010, 9-15
10. Salahu, M. L., Issues and Problems in the Study of African History.’’ Yisa, J. N and Salahu, M. L. [eds] A Handbook in History for Tertiary Institution in Nigeria. Vol.1.Minna, Ajiboye Printers and C.O.E. 2010, 23-33
11. Salahu, M. L,.’’The 1914 Amalgamation of Nigeria’’Liman, A. I. and Salahu, M. L., [eds] A Handbook on History for Pre-NCE Students in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. Minna, Ajiboye Printers, COE. 84 -88.
12. Salahu, M.L. British Colonialism and the Transformation of Bida
Emirate Administration; 1901-1930s”Usman,M.T. and M.A. Rufai
Social and Economic History of Northern Nigeria since 1500,
Makurdi, Aboki,2015,404-418
13. Salahu. M.L. & Bako, U.Y. National Conferences and the Search for Good Governance in Nigeria. Wuam, T., Egbefo, D.O., Salahu, M.L., Jatau, G. &Bako, U.Y.(Eds)Democracy in Nigeria: A Reader. Makurdi,Aboki,2018 428-440

14. Salahu, M.L, Bako, U.Y. & Yusuf, A. Political Parties, Party Supremacy and Future of Nigerian Democracy Wuam, T., Egbefo, D.O., Salahu, M.L., Jatau, G. &Bako, U.Y.(Eds)Democracy in Nigeria: A Reader. Makurdi,Aboki,2018. 531-543.

c.Journal Publications
1.Salahu, M.L. History and the Challenges of Nigeria Unity. Gurara Journal of Humanity Studies (GUJON)1(1) 2002, 30-35 School of Arts & Social Sciences, College of Education Minna.
2.i. Salahu, M.L. A Review of Nupe-Gwandu Relations from C. 1805 GUJON 2(1)2004,93-96 School of Arts & Social Sciences, College of Education Minna.
ii. Alhaji Dauda Dada & Salahu, M.L. Hospital Waste Management in Minna Metropolis, GUJON 2(1) 2004,166-120 School of Arts &Social Sciences, College of Education Minna.
4.Salahu, M.L. Causation in History: A case study of Nupe Kingdom. GUJON 3(1) 2005, 83-86 School of Arts & Social Sciences, College of Education Minna.
5.Salahu, M. L. The Transformation of Bida Emirate Administration: 1857 to 1916 GUJON 4.(1) 2007, 117-125.
6.Elder Jonah N. Yisa and Salahu, Mohammed Lawal
An Overview of Conflict and Violence in Contemporary Democratic Nigeria, 1999 – 2013. GUJON,8(1) 2014. 99-110.
7.Lawal M. S. & Muktar, A.R. Historical studies and the challenges of Career choice in Nigeria Farfaru - Journal of Multi-disciplinary studies conference Edition, 2006, 519-526.Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto.
8.Salahu, M.L. Developing New Nigeria and the Challenges of General studies in Tertiary Institutions: A Historical perspective, Journal of Vocational Education, 6.1., 2007, 23-31. Federal College of Education, kontagora.
9.Salahu, M.L. and Hannatu, K.A. Political Party Primaries: Issues and challenges to the Nigeria Polity in the 21st Century. Journal of Arts and Social sciences (JASSKON) 6.(1) 2008.136-147. Federal College of Education, kontagora.
10.Salahu, M.L. History and the Attainment of Millenium Development Goals in Nigeria. Journal of General Studies (JOGEST) 2007, 154-158 KOGI Polytechnic, Lokoja.
11.Salahu, M.L. Free and Fair Election and Its challenges to the People and polity of Nigeria in the 21st Century. Arts and Social Sciences Forum Journal 1.1, 2003, 22-30.
12.Salahu, M.L. The Foundation of Bida Emirate Hegemony in Nupeland C.1857-1901. African Journal of Arts and cultural Studies 1.1 2008, 55-57.
13.Salahu, M.L. Issues and challenges of Nigeria Development: A Historical Perspective. Journal of the National Association for Science. Humanities and Education Research. NASHER JOURNAL 6.3 December 2008. 116 – 125.
14.Salahu, M.L. & Musa M.B. Issues and challenges of Introducing Teaching of History at Primary Schools’ Journal of childhood and Primary Education in Nigeria.
15.Salahu, M.L. The Imperative of Moral and Historical Studies for Nation Building. Lapai Sociological Review. 1.2 Dec. 2009, 180-189
16.Salahu, M. L. Imperial Wars and the Economy of Bida Emirate 1857 – 1901 Lapai Journal of Central Nigeria History volume 4/5 No. 1 and 2, 2010/2011, 73 – 82.
17.Salahu, M.L. A Study of Personalities in the Politics of Bida Emirate: A Case of Etsu Masaba (1859 – 1873 Journals of Arts and Education, June, 2011 248 – 265.
18.Salahu M.L. The Etsu Masaba Diplomacy in Bida Emirate, 1859 – 1873: A Study of Politics in a Pre – Colonial African Potentate. Journal of African Politics and Society (JAPS) 1 (2) December, 2012, 180 – 188.
19.Salahu M.L. Funding and Management of University Education: Implications for Parents and Learners in a Depressed Economy. Journal of Arts and Education (JOLAE) 6(1) June 2012, 178 – 187.
20.Salahu, M. L. Women in Manufacturing Industries in Nupe land: A Case of Shea butter Production and Marketing. Lapai Journal of Central Nigeria History. 6(1) 2012, 40 – 47.
21.Salahu, M.L. Entrepreneurship Education at Tertiary Education Level: Implication to Historical Studies. International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies. 2013 i(1.) July, 2013
22.Salahu, M. L, ’’The Dimension of Nupe-British Relationship in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries’’, Lapai Journal of Central Nigeria. 7 (1), 2013, 1-11.
23.Salahu, M. L. Transition and Continuity in the metallurgical Industries in Nupe land. A case of Bida Blacksmiths. Lapai Journal of Humanities. 8 (1) 2014. 69 – 79.
24.Salahu, M. L, Trade Routes and Development in Central Nigeria in the 19th Century, University of Uyo Journal of Humanity [UUJH], Vol. 18, 2014, 229-240.
25.Salahu, M. L., Masaba and Warfare in Nupe land” Journal of Research and Contemporary Issues,9(1and 2)2014,75-88
26.Salahu, M.L. An Appraisal of Corruption in Nigeria Electoral System’ European Scientific Journal,11(25)2015
27.Salahu, M.L., Abdul, M. & Adesina, M.O., Power, Energy and Food Security: The Emergent Issues Towards Sustainable Development in Nigeria’ Journal of International Centre for Science, Humanities, Education Research(ICSHER-J)2015,102-112.
28.Salahu, M.L. A Survey of the Environment, People and Economic Activities of Kyadya and Bataci of KinNupe, Polac Review,2015,70-84
29.Salahu, M.L., Yisa, J.N. & Y. Abdullahi ‘Enhancing Quality of Historical Studies in Nigeria Tertiary Education for National Security and Development’ Journal of Arts and Education(JOLAE) 7(2)2015
30.Salahu, M.L.’Masaba Factor in the Urbanisation of Bida,1857-1873’ Lapai Journal of Nigeria History,9(1)2016,35-42.
31.Lakan, M.J.& Salahu, L.M. Human Resource Improvement as a Tool for Empowering Rural Communities for Sustainable Development in Nigeria’ IBBUL Development Education Journal,1(1)2016,127-134.
32.Salahu,M.L.& Hajiya H.K. Ali ‘Curbing corruption and Immorality in Nigeria Education System: A Historical Paradigm’ International Journal of Innovative Studies in Sociology and Humanities(IJISSH)2(7)2017,1-8.
33.Salahu, M.L. Slave Factor in the Development Of Bida Emirate: 1857-1900.African Research Review 11(3) 2017, 13-22
34.Salahu, M,L. Causation in Political History of Nupe Kingdom, Lapai Journal of Nigerian History 10(1)2017,1-7
35.Salahu M.L A Preliminary Survey in to the History of the Land and People of Etsu Tasha in Nupe Land, Lapai Journal of Nigeria History 10(1)2017, 180-190
36.Salahu M.L. The Challenges of Reconstruction Process in Nigeria towards Integration and Development, Lapai Journal of Sociology.7(1)2017, 141-153
37.37.Salahu,M.L. British Colonialism, Agricultural Production and Distribution in Bida Emirate,1900-1960 Rima International Journal of Historical Studies(RIJHS)
38.Salahu, M.L. A Review of Nupe- Gwandu Relations C1857-1901
39.Salahu,M.L.& Ilyasu, Y.A. Textile Industry in Nupe land, International Journal on Arts and Humanities(IJAH),7(1),24,2018,16-22.
40.Salahu Mohammed Lawal and Ilyasu Yakubu Ahmed National Integration and sustainable development of Nigeria: The emergent issues International Journal of Science Research Publication Vol. 9 issue 5 May, 2019. P519 – 523
41.Salahu Mohammed Lawal and Ilyasu Yakubu Ahmed Nigeria China Economic relation: The ups, the down and the future: Journal of Social Science and Media Studies Vol. 2 – issue 2. P47-56
42.Sheshi,T.Sidi Salahu Mohammed Lawal and Ilyasu Yakubu Ahmed, politics of restructuring and Nigeria unity the role of leadership International Journal of Arts and Humanities (IJAH) Ethiopia Vol. 8 (2), S/No 25, APRIL, 2019: 16-22 ISSN: 2225-8590 (Print) ISSN 2227-5452
43.Salahu Mohammed Lawal and Ilyasu Yakubu Ahmed, National Integration and Sustainable Development of Nigeria: The Emergent Issues, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Vol. 9, Issue 5, May 2019 ISS2250-3153
44.Salahu Mohammed Lawal and Ilyasu Yakubu Ahmed, Military, Politics and Professionalism in Nigeria: The Emergent Issues, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development Online ISSN: 2349-4182, Print ISSN: 2349-5979; Impact Factor: RJIF 5.72 Received: 23-04-2019; Accepted: 25-05-2019.
45.Salahu Mohammed Lawal and Ilyasu Yakubu Ahmed, Nigeria-China Economic Relation: The Ups, the Down and the Future, Journal of Social Sciences and Media Studies Vol. 02 Issues No. 02

Specializations

History

Research Archive

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Responsibilities

4.Associate Member, Nigeria Environmental Society (AMNES)
RESEARCH/PROJECT SUPERVISED
1.Undergraduate (BAED/BA. History)No. 62
2.NCE (History)No. 10
3.Diploma in Public AdministrationNo. 07