NAME: Ogirima Nuhu
RANK: Chief Lecturer
AREA OF SPECIALIZATION: Islamic Studies
QUALIFICATION: MA (Islamic Studies) (2007), BA (ED.) (1995), Diploma In Computer Science (2000), Grade II Teacher Certificates (1984), Certificate Of Primary School Education (1979).
Ogirima, N., Abubakar T.H., and Anikoh V.N. (2016): Ethico-Economic Analysis of Resource Allocation and Utilization in Rural Nigeria: A Case Study of Adavi Local Government Area of Kogi State.
Ogirima, N. (1999). Religious issues for sustainable democracy and political stability.
Ogirima, N. (2005). Religious Understanding and Respect: A Prerequisite to Meaningful Inter-Religious Interaction.
Ogirima, N. (2006). Curbing Ethnicism for National Integration: A Religious Approach.
Ogirima, N. (2006). A discussion of the concept of al-hady (Sacrificial offering) expounded by the four Sunni Schools of Law in Islam.
Ogirima, N. (2009). Qur’anic exposition of the moon and scientific and astronomical agreement.
Ogirima, N. (2010). The place of Arabic and Islamic Studies in Nigeria education system: A historical appraisal.
Ogirima, N. (2011). Research development in the classical Period of Islam: A case study of Imam Al-Bukhari as a muhadith.
Ogirima, N. (2013). The principle of neighbourliness as a religious issue for societal development.
Ogirima, N., Asagha, E.N., and Muhammed A.I, (2013). The Challenges of Teacher Education in a Globalized Economy: The Nigeria Experience.
Ogirima, N. (2014). The Application of the Concept of “Nafs” in Conflict Management.
Ogirima, N. and Anikoh, V. Nene (2014). Prophetic Economic Model and Global Economic Systems:
Ogirima, N. (2017). Education, Social Change and the Question of Religion in Developing Economics.
Ogirima, N. (2017). Islamic Concept of Ta’aroof (Identification) and its Implication in Contemporary Advances in Human Reproduction.
Ogirima, N. and Japa, M.I. (2017). Power Rotation in Democratic Nigeria: An Imperative Mechanism for National Interpration.
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