Abubakar Tafa Hassanat

NAME OF STAFF: Abubakar Tafa Hassanat                


RANK: Senior Lecturer


QUALIFICATIONS: B.Sc. Econs(2002), PDE (2007), M.Sc. Econs (2016)

E-MAIL: ahassana39@yahoo.com

PHONE NUMBER(S): 08059487749


  1. Abubakar, T.H. &Salihu, H. (2011). Managing small scale business enterprise in Nigeria. Okene Vocational Educational Journal (OVEJ). 1(1), 83-90.
  2. Abubakar, T.H.(2012). Gender issues and challenges in a depressed economy. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education (JOVTED). 3(2), 49-54
  3. Abubakar, T.H. (2013). Impact and challenges of quality vocational and technical education in Nigeria. Sarduna Journal of Education. 4(1), 366-375
  4. Abubakar, T.H. &Awotoye, G.T. (2013). Promoting peace and security in Nigeria through Vocational and Technical Education. Okene Journal of Education (OJED). 6(1), 223-241
  5. Abubakar, T.H. Agbaje, E.M., & Ibikunle, B. (2013). Business Education and Skills Acquisition for National Development in Nigeria. Okene Vocational Educational Journal (OVEJ). 2(1), 138-145.
  6. Abubakar, T.H., Jeremiah, F.O., Usman, M.M. & Moses, M.O. (2016). Implication of exchange rate policies for sustainable development in Nigeria. Direct Research Journal of Social Science and Education Studies (DRJSSES). 3(2), 20-28
  7. Abubakar, T.H. (2016). Globalization and Economic Growth in Nigeria. West African Journal of Commerce (WAJOC). 1(1), 47-56.
  8. Abubakar, T.H. & Ibikunle, B (2017). Entrepreneurship Education: An Instrument for curbing youth unemployment in Nigeria. Okene Journal of Education (OJED). Accepted for publication
  9. Abubakar, T.H. & Ibikunle, B (2018). Impact of Entrepreneurial Development on Employment Generation in Nigeria. Journal of Education Development and Productivity (NAOAT), 2(2), 1-9
  10. Abubakar, T.H. & Odei, M.O. (2018). The Relevance of Vocational Education to Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Okene Vocational Educational Journal (OVEJ), 4(1), 127-131.
  11. Abubakar, T.H. & Eze, N.J. (2019). Domestic Private Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Issues and considerations. Journal of Languages, Arts and Social Sciences (JOLASS). 10, 106-117



  1. Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)
  2. Business Association in Vocational Education (BEAVE)
  3. The Nigerian Economic Society (NES)