Workshop - The British colonial ‘migrated’ archives
Conference on the Nigerian Elections 2023: Impacts and Perspectives
United we (net)work an online and offline analysis of Nigerian Women’s Clubs (2019)
Contemporary nigerian cultist groups demystifying the invisibilities (2019)
Sustenance of Sex Trafficking in Edo State; the combined effects of Oath Taking, Transnational Silence and Migration Imaginaries on Trafficked Women from Edo State (2019)
Oath taking in Edo Usages and Misappropriations of the Native Justice System (2019)
HASSAN Nura Ibrahim, ABAH Danladi, IJIMAKINWA Feyi (2018) A contested space: Divisions, conflicts and complexities of Kofar Ruwa Motor Park, Kano
ISYAKU Mustapha, KABIR Hannatu, OGUNSEMOYIN Olubusayo (2018) Debunking popular narratives about Adaidaita-Sahu riders: the Kano experience
KOFAR-NA’ISA Abdullahi Usman, LAWAN Idris, POPOOLA Oluronke Dorcas, WILLIAMS Oluwaseun (2018) Creativity and Social identity in urban transport: tricycle decoration in Kano Metropolis
BASIRKA Ibrahim Adamu, DICKSON Olayemi Funmilayo, ODEYEMI Temitayo Isaac (2018) “Two versus Fourwheeler?”: confusing traffic regulations and Tricycle Riders in Kano Metropolis
ADETORO Adejoke, ASHAMU Oluwakayode, LAWAN Maikudi (2018) Women, Religion and contemporary Public Transport Service in Kano Metropolis
PEROUSE DE MONTCLOS Marc-Antoine (2017) Politics of rebellion and the sharing of wealth in Nigeria
OJO TEmitope, MUDASIRU Moruf (2017) Sabo as a sacred urban space: its governance, groups and infrastructure
One Love Family: Intersection with State and non-state agents un spatial appropriation (2017)
OLOFINLUA Temitayo, ADEDIRE Adegboyega (2017) The meaning of living in a religious space: The Sabon Gari Example
ALI Aminu (2017) Land, Religion and Urbanism: The Gospel Town
ABDULLAHI Hamisu Shehu, AFOLABI Oko Oyeyemi (2017) The land question and struggle for identity in Sabo, Ibadan
NNELI Tobechukwu, UBANI Christian (2017) Governance, Development and new Sacred Urban Spaces in Nigeria: a case study of the Gopel Faith Mission International Town, Ojoo, Ibadan
ADELEYE Modupe (2017) Victims, Actors and Violence: Human Trafficking and Prostitution in Communities along Nigeria-Benin Republic Border
DIAGBOYA Precious (2017) Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation: the Gender Gap

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