Ibrahim I. Mosimabale


Ibrahim I. Mosimabale

Chief Lecturer

Designation: Lecturing

Rank: Chief Lecturer

Area Of Specialisation:

Qualifications: PhD (Social Studies)

Email And Phone Numbers: ibrahimmosimabale@yahoo.com,                                                                                 or mosimabale1@gmail.com, 08035045939


  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2002). The role of Social Studies in nation building.Journal of         School of Languages, Arts and Social Sciences 2(2) 14-16.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. &Iyamu, E.O.S. (2003).Students’ perception of Social Studies as     an academic Curriculum in Nigerian Colleges of Education.Nigerian        Journal of Citizenship Education 2(2) 18-25.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. &Ogunmola, J.O. (2004).The national question in Nigeria.Journal     of Languages, Arts and Social Sciences 2(2) 47-66.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2007). The role of Social Studies in Universal Basic Education.       Nigerian Journal of Citizenship Education 3(3) 4-5.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2007). Universal basic education (UBE): An instrument for citizenship development in Nigeria. In Nigeria Journal of Citizenship      Education 5(2) 64-70.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2009). Promoting greater equality and women empowerment           through girl child education.Nigeria Okene Journal ofEducation (OJED).        2(2) 12-20.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2011). Climate change and its implications for sustainable    agricultural development.Journal of Vocational and Technical    Education (JOVED).  2(2) 121-126.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2011). Constraints to democracy and good governance in Nigeria.   Journal of the National Association for Science, Humanities and     Education Research(NASHER)9(2) 113-117.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2011). The impact of electoral malpractices on national         development.Auchi Journal of Business Studies 4(1&2) 148-153.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2012). The role of social studies in entrenching democracy and        good governance in Nigeria.Journal of Languages, Arts and Social       Sciences (JOLASS). 7 (Special Edition) 121-130.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2013). Nigeria’s threatened environment: Implications for social                              studies. Okene Journal of Education (OJED) 6 202-209.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2014). The problems and prospects of re-engineering the teaching    of social studies education in Nigeria.Apex Journal of General Studies           Research (AJOGESTRE) 2(1) 86-93.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2014). Peace education as a tool for effective conflict management             in Nigeria: The social studies education approach. ATABA International            Journal on Contemporary Issues 2(2) 43-51.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. &Ogunmola, J.O. (2016). Food secrutiy and national security: The    Nigeria challenges. Okene Vocational Education Journal (OVEJ) 3(3)    97-105.
  • Ibrahim, I.M., Omeiza, E.M. &Ogunmola, J.O. (2017).The impact of          globalization on Nigeria.Journal of Languages, Arts and Social          Sciences (JOLASS) (8) 298-305.
  • Uduebholo, E.I. & Ibrahim I.M. (2017).Dynamics for strengthening and     refocusing educational system of Nigeria in global era.Journal of      Collaborative Research and Development (JCRD) 5(1) 230-238.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2018). Gender difference among secondary school students attitude           towards conflict management in Kogi State.Joint school journal of    Kwara State College of Education, Oro (JOSTCOD). 2(1) 137-147.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. (2018). Influence of secondary school students’ attitude towards      conflict resolution in Kogi State. International Journal of the Guild of   Contemporary Academic Researchers (IJGCAR) ISSN 2449-1527 2(3) 1-         6. www.guildofcomtemporaryacademicresearchers.org.
  • Uduebholo, E.I. & Ibrahim, I.M. (2018). Harnessing information technology in      record keeping to improve management in Nigeria schools. ATABA      International Journal on Contemporary Issues (In Press).
  • Ibrahim, I.M. & Jeff Garr (2018). Civic education: issues, challenges and    prospects for national development. Okene Vocational Education Journal (OVEJ)  3(3) 150-154.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. & Jonathan Obayomi (2018).Revamping the micro, small and            medium scale enterprises in Nigeria as a pathway to economic recovery.    Journal of Science Technical Vocational Education (JOSTVE) 6(1) 264-          269.
  • Ibrahim, I.M. &Omoregbe, I. I. (2018).Corruption, leadership challenges and         national development in Nigeria.Journal of Research and Development in     Education (JORDE) 8(1) 2018

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)
  • Member, Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN)
  • Member, International Centre For Science Humanities And Education Research (ICSHER)
  • Member Social Studies and Civic Educators Association of Nigeria (SOSCEAN)