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Dr. John Anyabe Adams

Senior Lecturer
Political Science
anyabeadams@unical.edu.ng

Dr JOHN ANYABE ADAMS, is a senior lecturer in the Department of Political science, University of Calabar. Nigeria.He joined the staff of the Department in 1998 as an Assistant lecturer and has served as an Acting Head of Department (2015-2017). He hold B.Sc and M.Sc degrees in political science and international Relations from the University of Ibandan, and international Relations and strategic studies from the university of calabar.He has attened several local and international conferences and is a member of the Nigerian political Science Association (NPSA). Dr Adams has supervised several post-graduate student at both levels, and has published nineteen (19) articles in both local and international journals. He also has three (3) chapters in books. anyabeadams@unical.edu.ng + 23408066224931

Adams,J.A., Atelhe, G. A., and Emmanuel, S.(2017). Herdsmen and Farmers Conflict and food security in Nigeria: A commentary, International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced studies,4, Issue 5, 243-246 scholar.


Adams, J. A., Offoboche C. O., and Odey, J. O. Jr., (201). Repositioning the military establishment of African States; The need for a visionary transformation strategy, multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and development Perspectives,4(1)116-122 Abstracted/Indexed in Google Scholar.


Adams, J. A.,(2006), Rethinking Africa’s development through the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD): Challenges and way forward, Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, 3, o. 1, pp1 – 12.


Adams, J. A. and Ebegbulem, J. C., (2016). Nigeria’s National Interest and Interventions in West African Conflicts: A critical analysis, African Journal of Politics and Administration,9(1), 70-84.


Adams, J. A., and Ebegbulem, J. C.,(2017). Leadership Failure and Security Challenges in Nigeria: The inextricable nexus.North Asian International Research Journal Consortium.3, issue 7:16-27 Abstracted/Indexed in Google scholar.


Atelhe, G. A., Adams, J. A., and Abunimye, S. B., (2016).Overview of security sector reforms and the transformation of Nigeria’s Security agencies, American International Journal of Social Sciences 5(3), pp. 1-9 Abstracted/Indexed in Google Scholar.


Adams, J. A., and Ebegbulem, J. C., (2008).The African Union and Challenges of Establishing a Continental Government in the 21st century, AAU; African Studies Review, 7: 106-1411.


Agbor, U. I, Ukoro, J., and Adams, J. A., (2011). Elections and Letting the votes count in Nigeria: Implications for democratic stability in an emerging Third World Society. African Journal of Social Sciences, 1(3), 92-106.


Adams, J. A., (2002) Corruption in Nigeria Local Government System: Implications for Rural Development. West African Journal of Research and Development in Education (WAJRAD),9(1),pp.65-75.


Adams, J. A. (2007) Research in the social sciences and Humanities: Challenges and Remedies, Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 1(3), pp. 90-95


Coker, M. A., Ugwu, D. U. and Adams J. A. (2012) Corruption and Direct Foreign Investments in Nigeria: Challenges of implementing anti-corruption programmes under Obasanjo, 1999-2007, Global Advanced Research Journal of History, Political Science and International Relations,1(4) pp. 079-088.


Ingwe, R., Agi, A. P. I., Adams, J. A., Ukwayi, J. K. and Otu, J. E. (2009), Incivility and (UN) constitutional destruction of lives and property by Security agencies and political gradiators in Nigeria: An analysis. The Icfai University Journal of Public Administration (Hyderabad, India),5(2)pp 32-48.


Adams, J. A. (2001) Political Corruption and National Economic Decline: An Assessment of the impact of political corruption on the Nigerian economy, Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration,1(2) pp. 104-119.

Okeyim, M. O., Adams, J. A and Ojie, P. (2012), Managing Election Violence in Nigeria, International Journal of Arts and Sciences. 5(2), pp. 43-48.

Ebegbulem, J. C. and Adams, J. A. (2008). Electoral Apathy and its implications for the conduct of credible elections in Nigeria, Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, 4,(1), pp. 244-253.

Coker, M. A., Obo, U. B and Adams, J. A. (2012), Legal and Policy basis of Foreign Direct investments (FDIs) in the era of indigenization (Economic Nationalism) in Nigeria, 1975-1985, IISTE Journal of Developing country studies(New York),2,(4), pp.64-75, . Abstracted/indexed in EBSCO (US), Index Copernicus (Poland), Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory (ProQuest, US), Google Scholar.

Coker, M. A. and Adms, J. A. (2012), Challenges of managing Local government Finance in Nigeria,iiSTE Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences 5(3), pp 1 – 12, abstracted in EBSCO (U.S). Index Copernicus (Poland), Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory (ProQuest, U.S.), Google Scholar.

Ingwe, R., Adams, J. A., Agi, S. P. I., Otu, J. E., and Ukwayi, J. K. (2009) Perpetration of offences by Ocean-going vessels in Nigeria’s Territorial Waters, The Icfai University Journal of Governance and Public Policy, 4(1), pp. 35-48.

Ebegbulem, J. C., Adams, J. A., and Ayuk, A. A. (2012). The Challenges of Integrating Africa into the Globalized world through the New partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences,2(6),p270-278 (USA).
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Political Corruption and Implementation of the Nigerian National Defence Policy
Adams, J. A. (2016) Political Corruption and Implementation of the Nigerian National Defence Policy 2008-2015, a paper presented at the 4th Annual Conference of the South-East Zone of the Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA), Imo State University, 16th – 19th-21st June, 2016.
Start: Thursday 16th June, 2016
End: Tuesday 21st June, 2016
Increasing spate of terrorism in Nigeria, An assessment of the response of Government
Adams, J. A. and Okeyim, M. O. (2011) Increasing spate of terrorism in Nigeria, An assessment of the response of Government, a paper presented at the Africa Berlin International Conference, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, From 22nd to 26th August, 2011.
Start: Monday 22nd August, 2011
End: Friday 26th August, 2011
30th Annual Conference of Nigerian Political Science Association
30th Annual Conference of Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA), University of Port Harcourt, 19th 21st June, 2016.
Start: Sunday 19th June, 2016
End: Tuesday 21st June, 2016
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