This is the full profile of EJE Monday Agbonica Bello
Assistant Lecturer
Monday Agbonica Bello EJE is currently a PhD Student at the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna State Nigeria. Currently he teaches at the Department of Languages and Linguistics, Federal University Dutsin Ma, Katsina State, Nigeria. His interest is wide and varied but lies essentially in the multidisciplinary approach to the study of language. Media Discourse, Stylistics, Political Discourse Analysis and Critical Discourse Analysis have received much attention in his works.
Personal Details
Contact Details
Full Name: EJE Monday Agbonica Bello Email: meje@fudutsinma.edu.ng
Gender: Male Mobile No.: +2348034118264
Marital Status: Married Contact Address: Department of Languages and Linguistics Federal University Dutsin-ma P.M.B 5001, Dutsin-ma Katsina State.
Nationality: Nigerian
Place of Birth
State of Origin: Kogi State: Kaduna
Local Govt.: Dekina Local Govt.: Kaduna North
Town/City: Odu-Ofomu Town/City: Kaduna
Extra Curricular Activities: Volleyball, Football, Table tennis  

S/N Cert. Type Awarding Institution Qualification Obtained Year Obtained
1 Masters Ahmadu Bello University M.A. English Language 2014
2 1st Degree Ahmadu Bello University B.A. English Language 2008
3 SSCE Christian Mission in Many Land Secondary School, Anyigba, Kogi State, Nigeria SSCE 1998
4 FSLC Ternamdoo Nur/Pri School, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria FSLC 1992

Professional Qualifications
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Working Experience
S/N Employer Position/Rank Responsibility From To
1 Federal University Dutsin-ma Lecturer II Teaching / Research October 2017 Present
2 Federal University Dutsin-ma Assistant Lecturer Teaching / Research 2014 2017
3 Federal University Dutsin-ma Graduate Assistant Teaching / Research 2013 2014
4 Ahmadu Bello University School of Basic and Remedial Studies, Funtua Part-Time Teacher Teaching 2011 2014

Community Services
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Completed Research
S/N Title Start Date Completed Date
1 Analyzing Patterns of Appositional Occurrences: A Consideration of Selections from Punch&Daily Trust 2010 2014
2 A Linguistic Stylistic Study of Audee T. Giwa’s Marks on the Run 2003 2008



Chapters in Book

Papers in Learned Journals
S/N Name (Authors) Title Year Name of Journal Page Number Edition Link/URL
1 Acheoah, John Emike, Abdullah Sanni, Olaleye Joel Iyiola, Monday Ejeday Eje Indigenous Knowledge System (IKS) and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: The Candidature of Language of Immediate Community (LIC) 2016 American Research Journal of English and Literature 1-13 Vol. 2 Issue 1 https://www.arjonline.org/papers/arjel/v2-i1/1.pdf
2 Ahmed, Yunana and Eje, Monday Agbonica Bello Christian Religious Discourse as Decolonization Praxis: Case Study of A Grain of Wheat by Ngugi WA Thiong’o 2016 Papers in English and Linguistics (PEL) 2 – 19 Vol. 17
3 Ahmed, Yunana and Eje, Monday Agbonica Belloa A Discourse Analysis of Goodluck Jonathan’s Response to the Kidnapping of the Chibok Girls 2015 Covenant Journal of Language Studies (CJLS) 39 - 53 Vol. 3 https://journals.covenantuniversity.edu.ng/index.php/cjls/article/view/65/60
4 4. Eje, Monday Agbonica Bello, Amodu, Eneojo Jonah and Doke, Charles Gangneganso Analysing the Syntactical Patterns of Appositional Occurrences in Newspaper Articles In Nigeria 2015 A Festschrift in Honour of Prof. Isaac. A. Olaofe, Department of Arts and Social Science Education, Ahmadu Bello University 2 - 12
5 2. Eje, Monday Agbonica Bello Patterns of Apposition in Journalistic Discourse: A Consideration of Extracts from The Punch and Daily Trust Newspapers 2014 Work in Progress, A Journal of the Department of English and Literary Studies, Ahmadu Bello University 19 - 37 Vol. 15
6 Doke, Charles Gangneganso, Amodu, Eneojo Jonah and Eje, Monday Agbonica Bello A Pragmatic Analysis of Visuals in Select Advertisements of the New Media 2014 Dutse Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Federal University Dutse 43 - 54 Vol. 1

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