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Researchers: Mr Onuora-Oguno Azubike

Mr Onuora-Oguno Azubike
LLB (Nig), BL (Nig), LLM (Pretoria)
LLD candidate / Tutor
Office 2-3.2, Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
Tel: + 27 (12) 420 4306
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Research interests:
Human Rights and International law with particular focus on minority rights (Indigenous People and Gender), right to education and international criminal justice.

Current project:
Right to basic education; Human rights situation in Eretria

Editorial project:
Conference book project (Faculty of law University of Ilorin, 2012): Security, Peace and Conflict Management in Africa: Options for National Integration in Nigeria.


Nigeria Legal System, Human rights Law, Moot and Mock Trial

Supervision: LLB Long Essays

  • Oyinlade Timilehin Moses (University of Ilorin 2013): Dispute Resolution: an appraisal of the role of international court of justice.
  •  Elijah Emmanuel (University of Ilorin 2012): Protection and enforcement of fundamental rights in Nigeria: a critical examination of the roles of Non-Governmental Organisations.
  • Uzukwu Kelechi Jacinta (Madonna 2011): International Criminal Justice- its challenges and prospects in africa.
  • Ushie Akem Nneka (Madonna University 2010): The right to life and dignity of human person in the current democratic dispensation in nigeria.
  • Chimamaka U.Nwudo (Madonna University 2010): Justiciability of socio-economic rights in selected African countries.
  • Obianwu Jennifer Nneka (Madonna University 2010): The environmental aspect of oil prospecting in Nigeria and the roles of the multinational oil companies.
  • Ejike Beatrice Ngozi (Madonna University 2010): Combating child labour in nigeria the way forward.
  • Chukwukadibia Emmanuel Okonkwo (Madonna University 2010): The twin Pillar of Natural Justice and its application in Nigeria.
  • Oputa Christiana Chioma (Madonna University 2010): Oil operations damage and remedies available to victims in Nigerian law.

Academic publications:


  • Constitutionalising the Violation of the Right of the Girl Child in Nigeria: Exploring Constitutional Safeguards and Pitfalls
  • Same-Sex Marriage Bill in Nigeria: Any Human Rights Implications?
  • ‘Migration, Refugees, Asylum and Uprooted Peoples’ Rights’ in M Gibney& A Mihr (eds) (2013) Sage Handbook of Human Rights. (Forthcoming 2013).
  • ‘From insanity to sanity in Governance: The International Criminal Court a Sign Post Against Impunity, Threat to National Peace and Security’ (With AdesolaAdeboyejo) in MM Akanbi et al (eds) (2013) Security, Peace and Conflict Management in Africa: Options for National Integration in Nigeria. (Forthcoming 2013)
  • ‘Nigeria Nation at a Cross Road: Search for Democracy amidst the Militrarization Challenges’ in BA Haruna et al (eds) (2013) in The Rule of Law and Democratization: Nigeria’s Experience since 1999 and beyond. (Forthcoming 2013)


  • Corporatesocial responsibility and sustainable development in Nigeria: The role of language rights (with O.O Ajoku) in PE Bondzi-Simpson Nigeria et al (eds)Law and Sustainable Development Chapter 11, (2012), 236-247, Grosvenor House, Surrey, United Kingdom.
  • Assessing the right to education of indigenous people: A case study of the Batwa people of Uganda (2012) VDM VerlagDr. Müller.
  • Administrative Law Courseware (National Open University of Nigeria)
  • The propriety of the Igbo customary law of intestate succession (with David Ikpo) (2012) The Jurist Vol. 17, 469-502


  • My Witness Becomes Hostile!! National and Supra National Criminal Justice Systems examined, Madonna university Law Journal (2010) Vol. 1, 70-93.


  • ‘Influence of ICT on Batwa people of Uganda’ (with Charles Nyuykonge) in NT Ekeanyawu & CI Okeke (eds)Indigenous Societies and Cultural Globalization in the 21st Century: Is the Global Village Truly Real?(2010) VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.
  • Personal liberty and domestic violence: Any legal respite in Nigeria? (2010) University of
  • Ilorin Law Journal Vol. 6, 19-31.



  • Turning back the hands of time: The Liabilities of Present Governments for Human Rights Violations of Previous Governments: Nigeria Experience (2007), The Jurist Vol.12 253-275.


  • Problem of Gender Inequality: The Future of the African Woman (2004) The Jurist, Vol. 9 142-146
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