Dr. Oyebode Musibau Olabamiji

Dr. Oyebode Musibau Olabamiji

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Lecturer II

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OYEBODE Musibau Olabamiji, born on 11th of June 1960 in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. He attended the following institutions: University of Ibadan- 2007-2012, University of Ibadan-2003-2005, The Polytechnic, Ibadan-1993-1995, University of Ilorin-1987-1991,Oyo State College of Education, Ilesha-1981-1984, L.A.T.T.C Osogbo-1977-1980, Anglican Secondary Modern School, Agbirigidi, Ibadan 1972- 1975 and F.O.A Primary School, Giwa, Ibadan 1965 – 1971. 

He obtained the following academic qualifications: D Peace and Conflict studies-2012M.A Peace and conflict Studies-2005B.A (Ed) (Hons) Language Arts (English), 1991N.C.E English/Islamic Studies- 1984Grade 11 Teachers Certificate- 1980GCE O/L- 1980 & 1983

His professional qualifications are Master of Communication Arts-2002 and P.G.D Mass Communication-1995. He worked at Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State, Ibadan- January, 1992- 2013 engaging in production of radio and television programmes, presentation of radio and television programmes. He was Head of Channel, B.C.O.S Tv- 2009- 2013 and Head of Channel, B.C.O.S Ajilete Fm- 2009.

He had ealier worked with Oyo State Post-Primary Schools Board- 1991 as a Class Teacher of English and Islamic Studies and Ogun State- Post Primary Schools Board-1986-1991also as a Class Teacher of English and Islamic Studies. And He is currently lecturing at the National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja.

  • Writng of Course Materials
  • Facilitation
  • Setting of Examination Questions
  • Marking of Examination Scripts
  • Supervision of Research Projects
  • Examination Officer
  • African Peace Processes
  • Resource Conflict
  • Peace Journalism
  • Conflict Management

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles:

  • Oyebode, M. O. (2016) “The Changing Character of the Ìbàdàn Traditional Lineage Tribunal Engaging Social Conflict Resolution”. Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, Sun Village, California 93543-0244, vol.9, no.3, June, pp. 89-108.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2014) “Beleaguered electoral history and the challenge of producing legitimate accountable leadership in Nigeria”. Caleb Journal of Social and Management Sciences (CJSMS), Journal of the College of Social and Management Sciences, Caleb University, Lagos, Nigeria, vol.1, no.1.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2015). “Promotion of alternative dispute resolution on electronic media: The example of So daa bee programme on BCOS, Ibadan, Nigeria”. Journal of Communication and Media Research, Delmas Communications Limited for the Department of Mass Communication, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria, ISSN 2141 – 5277,7, no.1, April, pp.233-246.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2015). “Integrating the traditional and modern strategies to tackle social conflicts in Yoruba cities of South-west Nigeria”. Peace Studies and Practice, the Journal of the Society for Peace Studies and Practice, Abuja, Nigeria, vol.1 no.4. March, pp. 491-505.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2014). “Resource conflict and effect on rural development in Nigeria”. Ilorin Journal of Sociology, Journal of the Department of Sociology, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, vol.6, no.1, pp.125-136.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2014). “Rethinking deification, gerontocracy and clientelism in Nigerian political space”. African Journal of Governance and Development. Published by Centro de Investigacao Clientifica (CIC), University of Mozambique (USTM), Maputo, vol.2, no.2, December, pp.18-32.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2014). “Use and misuse of the new media for political communication in Nigeria’s 4th Republic”. Journal of Developing Country Studies, Published by The International Institute of Science, Technology and Education (IISTE), New York, United States, vol.4, no.2, pp. 44-53.
  • Oluwadare, A. J. & Oyebode, M. O. (2013). “Oil as a major source of insecurity in the Niger Delta of Nigeria”. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Published by The International Institute of Science, Technology and Education (IISTE), New York, United States, Vol.3, No.21, pp. 32-44.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2013). “An assessment of the preventive and response mechanisms to the 2011 Ibadan flood disaster as conflict mitigation paradigms”. Peace Studies and Practice, the Journal of the Society for Peace Studies and Practice, Abuja, Nigeria, vol.1. no.2, March, 136 – 152.
    Chapters in Book:
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2015). “Verbal arts in Yoruba disputes settlement system”. In Communicating Peace and conflict: genres, practices and challenges. Peace and Conflict Studies Programme, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, pp.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2O13). “Lineage Heads and Conflict Management in Yorubaland”. In Albert, I., Aluko, B. and Isola, O. (Eds). The Security Sector and Conflict Management in Nigeria. Ibadan: Peace and Conflict Studies Programme, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, pp. 257-273.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2013). “Centrifugal forces in lineages and identity foreclosure as sources of social conflicts in the 21st Century Yoruba cities”. In Isumonah, V., Oyebode, M. and Adams, A. (Eds.). Nationalities, Identities and Terrorism: The Nigerian Experience. Abuja: Society for Peace Studies and Practice in conjunction with John Archers (Publishers) Ltd, pp. 50-72.
  • Oyebode, M. And Adams, O. (2013). “Conclusion: Pluralism and terrorism as disincentives to nation-building in Nigeria”. In Isumonah, V., Oyebode, M. and Adams, A. (Eds.). Nationalities, Identities and Terrorism: The Nigerian Experience. Abuja: Society for Peace Studies and Practice in conjunction with John Archers (Publishers) Ltd, pp363-374.
  • Oyebode, M. O. (2012). “Evolving strategies for managing land conflicts in Ibadan”. A History of Social Conflict and Conflict Management in Nigeria: A festschrift for Professor Biodun Adediran. Albert I. (Ed). (2012). Ibadan: Peace and C0onflict Studies Programme, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan in collaboration with John Archers (Publishers) Ltd., Ibadan, pp.444 – 479.
    Books
  • Isumonah, V, Oyebode, M. and Adams, A. (eds.) (2013). Nationalities, Identities and Terrorism: The Nigerian Experience. Abuja: Society for Peace Studies and Practice in conjunction with John Archers (Publishers) Ltd, Ibadan.
    Course/Study Materials:
  • Odubajo, O. T. And Oyebode, M. O. (2014). International Law and Organisations (NOUN Political Science Material, POL452). Lagos: National Open University of Nigeria.
  • Member of the Board, Presidents Schools Debate, Nigeria.