Assistant Lecturer


Adeyemi Amos ADEGBOYEGA holds a B.A English and M.A Literature degrees from IBB University Niger State as well as a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from NTI Kaduna. He has participated in a number of academic conferences trainings and seminars. His research interest covers African Literature, Literary Criticism and Postcolonial Studies. He currently teaches at Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State, Nigeria.


  • M.A., Literature, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai, Niger State, Nigeria, 2018
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Education (P.G.D.E.), National Open University of Nigeria, 2015
  • B.A., English, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai, Niger State, Nigeria, 2013


  • Adegboyega Adeyemi Amos. “Xenophobia”. Spaces: Anthology of Creative Writing. A Publication of ELS Writers’ Association, Department of English and Literary Studies, Federal University Oye-Ekiti. pp 51-54. EWA/FUOYE/SPACES/01/01/2020.
  • Adegboyega Adeyemi Amos. “Protest, Democracy and Social Development in Nigeria: Reflections on Contemporary Nigerian Writings”. International Journal of Academic Research in Business, Arts and Science, (IJRBAS.COM). Issue: 4, Vol.: 1. January 2020. pp 51 – 71. DOI:
  • Adegboyega Adeyemi Amos and Usman Halima Sadiya. “History and the Challenges of Nation-Building: A Critical Appraisal of Readers’ Comments on Chinua Achebe’s There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra”. The Journal of Communicative English (TJCOE). Vol18, June 2018. pp 305-312
  • Adegboyega, Adeyemi Amos. (2018). “The Writer and the Burdens of Posterity: Intertextuality between Selected Fictive and Non-Fictive Narratives of Chinua Achebe”. New Explorations in Applied Linguistics and Literature: A Festschrift for Prof. Samuel Kolo Tswanya. pp 254-267
  • Adegboyega, Adeyemi Amos. (2017). “Dramatic Engagement of Nigeria’s Postcoloniality in Yoruba Classical Movies: A Case Study of ṢAWOROIDȨ (Brass Bell)”. Ijagun Journal of English Language and Literature (IJELL). Vol1. No2. pp 145-153
  • Adegboyega, Adeyemi Amos. “One Language; One Nation. A Reading of the Book of Genesis 11: 1-9.” The Ant Hill Magazine. A Magazine Publication of Department of English, IBBU Lapai, Niger State. pp 20-21
  • Adegboyega, Adeyemi Amos. “Looking beyond Biafra, Facing Nigeria’s Posterity: A Review of Chinua Achebe’s There was a Country”. Lapai Journal of Languages, Literatures and Communication Studies. Vol2 No1, 2014, pp 265-266