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Prof. Muhammad A. Mainoma, mni

Prof. Muhammad A. Mainoma, (MNI)

Vice Chancellor

Education

  • BSc. Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria: 1987 – 1990
  • MSc. Accounting & Finance Ahmadu Bello University: 1992 – 1994
  • PHD. Ahmadu Bello University: 1995 – 2001
  • MS DOS Super Calc Spreadsheet – NCR 1991
  • Process Management Course NCR 1992
  • Finance and Administration Comprehensive System Training Course NCR 1992
  • ANAN Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme 2002-date
  • The Certified Public Accountants of Ireland Leadership Programme. University of Cork and Irish Management Institute Sandy Ford, Dublin (June, 2014 & 2015).
  • National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) 2019
  • Leadership, Ethics and Corporate Governance Course, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburg USA (October, 2013).
  • Centre for Management Development Course (2006).
  • Internet for Fund raising Course, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (2003).
  • 5th Summit on Revenue and Funding, National Compendium, Pamoja Inc, USA & Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (2003).
  • Member (mni), National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) Kuru, Jos (2019).
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CAREER IN THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM

  1. Graduate Assistant to Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria April 1992 – May 2005.
  2. Senior Lecturer Department of Accounting, University of Abuja, June 2005 to September, 2007.
  3. Professor of Accounting Department of Accounting, Kaduna State University, Kaduna October, 2007- April, 2008.
  4. Professor of Accounting, Department of Accounting, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State- May, 2008- date.
  5. Professor & Founding Vice Chancellor Prime University, Abuja

 

OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE & MANAGERIAL EXPERIENCES  

  1. Head, Department of Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria September 2001 – June 2004.
  2. Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Abuja, June 2005 to September, 2007.
  3. Head, Department of Accounting, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State May, 2008- Feb., 2010.
  4. Dean, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State May, 2008- Feb., 2010.
  5. Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration) Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State February, 2010 – Nov., 2011.
  6. Dean, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi. April, 2013–March, 2014.
  7. Chairman, Committee of Deans and Academic Directors, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi April, 2013–March, 2014.
  8. Acting Vice-Chancellor, Nasarawa State University, Keffi February, 2014 –October, 2014.
  9. President, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria April 2019 –April 2021.
  10. 2nd Deputy President, Association of Professional Bodies in Nigeria (APBN) September, 2022 – Present.
  11. Vice-Chairman, Planning and Implementation Committee, Prime University, Abuja October, 2020 – July
  12. Visitor, ANAN University, Kwall, Plateau State. October, 2020 –date.
  13. Chairman, Board of Trustees ANAN University, Kwall, Plateau State. October, 2020 –Present.

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  1. Fellow, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (CNA, 2002; FCNA, 2009).
  2. Fellow, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (ACTI, 2004; FCTI, 2010)
  3. Fellow, Institute of Chartered System Accountants, USA (FCISA, 2013).
  4. Member, The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Ireland (CPA Ireland, 2015).
  5. Fellow, International Institute of Forensic Investigation Professionals (USA) (2014).
  6. Fellow, Nigerian Accounting Association (MNAA, 2002; FNAA, 2017)
  7. Member, Nigerian Economic Society (MNES) -1996
  8. Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (MNIM, 2003)
  9. Member, Chartered Institute of Cost and Management Accountants (ACMA, 2004).
  10. Member, Academy of Management Nigeria (MAMN).
  11. Fellow, Association of Forensic Accounting Researchers (FFAR, 2016).
  12. Registered Professional Member, Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (2013).
  13. Fellow, Chartered Institute of Forensics      and Certified Fraud Investigators of Nigeria (FCCrFA, 2019).

 

POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS’ SUPERVISION

  • MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.SC.)
  1. Fodio Inuwa: Performance Appraisal of Privatized Enterprises in Nigeria MSc Thesis, 1999
  2. Ilemona O. Audu: An Investigation into Dividend Policy Formation in Nigeria: A Study of Selected Firms, M.Sc. Thesis, 2001
  3. Mamman Salisu: An Assessment of Working Capital Management Effects on Performance of Nigerian Commercial Banks: A Case Study of Union Bank Nigeria Plc, M.Sc. Thesis 2002.
  4. Aruwa Suleiman A.S.: An Empirical Investigation of the Information Content of Published Government Financial Statements, M.Sc. Thesis, 2002.
  5. Umar Abubakar: An Inquiry into the Nature and Basis of Accounting Principles, Concepts and Conventions, M.Sc. Thesis, 2002
  6. Muh’d S. Tijjani: The Impact of Computerization on Auditing: A Study of Selected Banks, M.Sc. Thesis, 2002
  7. H. Sabari: An Evaluation of Ratio Analysis in Determining Distress in the Nigerian Banking Sector, M.Sc. Thesis, 2002.
  8. Lawal I. Lamidi: The Impact of Human Assets Accounting Technique in Nigeria, M.Sc. Thesis, 2003.
  9. Oladele O.K.: Application of Linear Programming as a tool for Resource Allocation in the Printing and Publishing Industry in Nigeria, M.Sc. Thesis, 2003.
  10. Ahmad Bello: An Assessment of Multiple Discriminant Analysis Model in Predicting Corporate Performance in Nigeria: A Study of Selected Banks, M.Sc. Thesis, 2003.
  11. Alade Taiwo: An Evaluation of Sources of Finance for Small Scale Industries in Nigeria, M.Sc. Thesis, 2003.
  12. Kwambo Lubabatu Ahmed: An Evaluation of the Accounting System of Local Government Councils in Kaduna State, M. Sc. Thesis 2004.
  13. Patrick Egbokhan Oria-Arebun: An Assessment of Internal Audit as a Tool of Management Control in Nigeria, M. Sc. Thesis 2004.
  14. Garba Yau Nabayi: An Evaluation of Application of Management Accounting Techniques in Nigerian Textile Industry, M. Sc. Thesis 2004.
  15. Bello Ahmadu Dogarawa: Impact of Electronic Banking on Performance of Nigerian Banks, M.Sc. thesis 2006.
  16. Baba Bello: An appraisal of the utilization of the Services of Nigerian Stock Exchange by Nigerian Investors, M.Sc. thesis 2006
  17. Iheonkhan I. Samuel: Budgeting as a tool for financial control in Nigerian Commercial Banks, M.Sc. thesis 2006.
  18. Ibrahim Hassan:      An Assessment    of auditing in Kaduna State Local Governments, M.Sc. thesis 2006
  19. Abubakar Salisu: An assessment of Human Resource Accounting Measures and Application Possibilities in Nigeria, M.Sc. thesis 2006
  20. Mohammed Isiaku: An Assessment of Nigeria’s Debt Conversion Programme,
  21. Sc. thesis 2006.
  22. Orbunde, Bemshine Benjamin. “An Assessment of the Contribution of Collective Investment Schemes to Capital Market Development in Nigeria. M.Sc. Thesis 2008
  23. Yusuf Aliyu Mohammed. An Empirical Investigation between Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria M.Sc. Thesis 2011.
  24. Akwe Ayuba. Empirical Analysis of the relationship between Social Expenditure and Economic Growth in Nigeria. M.Sc. Thesis 2011.
  25. Abdullahi M.O. Stock Return Predictability and Adaptive Market Hypothesis: Evidence from Nigerian Stock Exchange. M.Sc. Thesis 2012.
  26. Maureen M. Okonkwo. The Impact of Dividend Policy on the Value of Quoted Nigerian Firms. M.Sc. Accounting & Finance. Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2012).
  27. Abdullahi, Umar Audu. Effect of Corporate Governance on Financial of Quoted Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria (2016).
  28. Abdullahi, Yusuf Ohikwura. Determinants of Financial Distress in Listed Manufacturing Firms in Nigeria (2016).
  29. Yahaya Abdullahi Baba. Effect of Audit Committee Attributes on Audit Quality of Quoted Oil Companies in Nigeria (2017).
  30. Abbah, Grace Ojochenemi. Impact of Working Capital on Profitability of Listed Cement Companies in Nigeria (2017).
  31. Apoti Salawu Abdulrahim. Impact of Financial Risk Disclosure on Market Value of Listed Firms in The Nigeria Financial Sector (2017).
  32. Mamman, Suleiman A. Impact of Ownership Structure on Reported Earnings Quality of Listed Consumers Goods Firms in Nigeria (2018)
  33. Andekin, Christopher. Firm Characteristics Ownership Structure and Financial Performance of Listed Consumer Goods Firms in Nigeria (2018).
  34. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
  35. Uwaleke, Uche J.: Calendar Effects on Investments in the Nigerian Capital Market: An Empirical Investigation. Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2008-2010). PhD Finance Thesis.
  36. Adejola, Paul A.: The Impact of Information Communication Technology Investments on the Performance of Commercial Banks Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2008-2010). PhD Finance Thesis.
  37. Aruwa, Suleiman A.S.: An Empirical Investigation of the Growth Patterns of Public Expenditure and the impact on the Economic Growth in Nigeria. Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna. (2008-2011). PhD Accounting and Finance Thesis.
  38. Barde, B.E.: The Impact of merger and Acquisition on Corporate Growth. Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2008-2012) PhD Finance Thesis.
  39. Zubairu, A.D.: Micro-financing and the Development of Informal Sector in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis. Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2008-2012). PhD Finance Thesis.
  40. Mahmoud, Ahmed: Effect of Foreign Exchange Intermediation on External Reserve and Economic Growth in Nigeria. Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2008-2012). PhD Management Thesis.
  41. Farouk, Bilkisu K.U.: Impact of Information Communication Technology on the Nigerian Banking Industry: An Empirical Analysis (2008- 2012). Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna. PhD Management Thesis.
  42. Abbah, James Edache (2012). Corporate Failures in Nigeria; A Comparative Analysis of Foreign and Indigenous Management in textile Companies in Nigeria. Ph.D. Business Administration Thesis.
  43. Alhassan, A.S. (2015). An Empirical analysis of determinants of loan loss provisioning in Nigeria. PhD Accounting and Finance Thesis.
  44. Chagwa, T. (2015). Public Debt Management and Economic Growth in Nigeria. PhD Accounting & Finance Thesis.
  45. Abdullahi, Ismaila Olotu, (2016). Effect of Ownership Structure and Corporate Governance on the Quality of Financial Reporting by Quoted Insurance Companies in Nigeria. PhD Accounting and Finance Thesis.
  46. Musa Ahmed Mohammed (2017). Dimension of Public Budgeting Decision in Nigeria. PhD Accounting and Finance Thesis.
  47. Kabiru Tukur Isa (2017) Impact of Public Expenditure Tracking on Primary Health Care Delivery in North-East Nigeria. PhD Accounting and Finance Thesis.
  48. Fasua, Kayode Olushola (2017). Determinants of Fraud in Quoted Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria. PhD Accounting & Finance Thesis.
  49. Tanko, Mairo Almakura (2017). Effect of Financial Risk on Performance of Quoted Deposit Banks in Nigeria. PhD Accounting & Finance Thesis.
  50. Abdullahi, Dalhatu Ibrahim (2017). Impact of Corporate Finance Policy on the Performance of Listed Firms in Nigeria. PhD Accounting & Finance Thesis.
  51. Tanimu, Shuaibu Atabs (2018). Comparative Analysis of Earnings Management Models Efficiency in The Nigerian Companies. PhD Accounting and Finance Thesis.
  52. Maryam Lamino (2020). The Effect of Employee Motivation on Performance in selected Hotels in the North Central States, Nigeria. Ph.D. Business Administration Thesis.
  53. Alfa, Jamila Mohammed (2023). Determinants of Financial Performance of Selected Corporate Societies in Nigeria. Ph. D Accounting Thesis.
  54. Ahmed, Yahaya Baba (2023). Public Debt and Economic Growth in Nigeria.
  55. D Accounting & Finance Thesis.
  56. Olatunji, Lukman (2023). Effect of Governance Structure on Corporate Sustainability of Listed Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria. Ph. D Accounting Thesis.
  57. Dalyop, Lawrence Mancha (2023). Determinants of Intellectual Capital Disclosure in Nigeria Listed Industrial Firms. Ph. D Finance Thesis.
  58. Ubaka, Ifeanyi Emmanuel (2023). Macroeconomic and Specific Banking Determinants of Loan Portfolio Quality in Listed Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria. Ph. D Finance Thesis.
  59. Ahupa, Simon Akawu (2023). Determinants of Accounting Conservatism of Listed Non-financial Firms in Nigeria. Ph. D Accounting Thesis.
  60. Abubakar, Alhaji Adamu (2023). Effect of N-Power on Entrepreneurial Development in North-east Nigeria. Ph. D Business Administration Thesis.
  61. Dahiru, Hussaini (2023). Determinants of Group Financial Reporting Timeliness of Listed Companies in Nigeria. Ph. D Finance Thesis.
  62. Okoror, Justina Adaku (2023). Impact of Education Tax Fund on Development of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. Ph. D Accounting Thesis.

 

PhD THESES UNDER SUPERVISION

  1. Mohammed Lima Alhaji
  2. Mobolaji Abayomi
  3. Babanrabi Ahmadu Alhaji
  4. Emiko Benjamin
  5. Asebieko Taiwo Oluwatoyin
  6. El-Yakub Mohammed Sani
  7. Amorley Ibrahim Abubakar
  8. Nworgu Umeh Ukah
  9. Suleiman Haruna
  10. Rahama Asabe Ahmed

 

EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS

 

A: DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

  1. Nasiru Musa Yauri “The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on the Performance of Nigerian Manufacturing Firms” Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, PhD Thesis 2005.
  2. Abdulsalam Dauda Omoyi “The Impact of Information Technology on performance of Selected Banks in Nigeria” Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, PhD Thesis 2006.
  3. Abdulkarim Garba “Impact of Firm Characteristics and Macroeconomic Factors on Common Stock Returns: A Study of Selected Manufacturing Firms in Nigeria. Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, PhD Thesis 2007.
  4. Riskuwa Sahabi “Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure Practices in the Annual Report and Accounts of Cement Company of Northern of Nigeria Plc Sokoto.” Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, PhD Thesis 2009.

 

B: MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSc.)

  1. Oladejo Lukman Gbolagade “Accounting and Decision Making: A Study of Accounting Techniques in Michelin Tyre Services Co. Ltd” Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, M.Sc. thesis 2005.
  2. Bashir Mande Tsafe “A Critical Analysis of the Nature and Usefulness of Final Accounts in Public Sector in Nigeria. Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, MSc thesis 2005.
  3. Abubakar Musa Y. “Behavioural Responses of Multinational Corporations to taxation in Nigeria. Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, M.Sc. thesis 2007.
  4. Abdullahi, Sani Rufai. “An Assessment of Corporate Survival and Growth using Financial Ratios. A Study of First Bank (Nig.) Plc. Benue State University, Makurdi (2008).
  5. Gbegi, Daniel Orsaa. “The Effect of Capital Structure Decisions on a Firm’s Value. Benue State University, Makurdi (2008).
  6. Ayem-Fella Terkur Fella. Investors’ Perception of Auditor Independence and Quality of Audit Opinion in Nigeria. Benue State University, Makurdi (2008).
  7. Onuh, Jonathan Echobu. Internal Audit as a Tool for Effective Internal Control in an Organization: A Study of Benue State University and University of Agriculture, Makurdi. Benue State University, Makurdi (2008).
  8. Otonkere, Agba Daniel. An Empirical Evaluation of Determination of Pension Costs in Cross River State of Nigeria. Benue State University, Makurdi (2008).

 

RECOGNITIONS AND PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  1. Membership of Professional Bodies
  2. AaasFellow, Nigerian Accounting Association (FNAA).
  3. Fellow, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (FCNA, ANAN)
  4. Fellow, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (FCIT, CITN)
  5. Fellow, Institute of Chartered System Accountants (FCISA) of USA
  6. Fellow, Institute of Financial and Investment Analyst, Nigeria (FIFIAN).
  7. Fellow, Institute of Development Administration of Nigeria (FIDA).
  8. Member, International Association for Accounting Education & Research (IAAER).
  9. Fellow, Association of Forensic Accounting Researchers (AFAR).
  10. Honourary Traditional Titles:
  • He holds several traditional titles from all parts of Nigeria including the north, the east, and western regions of Nigeria.
  1. Fitch Craft and Honours
  2. Honourary Member of ICITD, ‘in Recognition of excellence in Research, Teaching and Mentoring in Sub-Saharan Africa’ Southern University and A & M College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A.
  3. Aruwa, S.A.S. & Uwaleke U.J. (eds) (2013). Mentoring Academics in Nigeria: Our Mentor’s Approach (MAINOMA), Governmental and Financial Accounting Research Centre, Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  4. Aruwa, S.A.S. (2018). Making Academic Innovation Systematic Habit at Nasarawa University (MAISHANU). Instant publishers.
  5. Aruwa, S.A.S. (2020). Mainoma’s Legacy: Major Achievements in NSUK of Mainoma’s Administration (MAINOMA). Instant Publishers.
  6. Academic Distinctions & Awards
  7. Best Student in Mathematics
  8. Best Student in Economics
  9. Best Student in I.R.K
  10. Best Student in French
  11. Best Behaved boy 1980/81 Session
  12. Best Prefect 1981/82 Session
  13. Best Lecturer 1998/99, 1999/2000 Sessions
  14. Most Creative Lecturer 2004/2005
  15. Most Outstanding Dean of Faculty (2009), Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  16. Leadership Award (2009), Association of National Accountants of Nigeria.
  17. B.U., Zaria 50th Anniversary Awards in Recognition of Immense Contribution to the Development of the University (Nov., 2012).
  18. Nigerian Merit Gold Award for Productivity (NMGAP) 2013.
  19. Citations in Who is Who: ABI 2003, NUJ, 2004, Nasarawa State (2022).

 

PUBLICATIONS, DISCOVERIES, AND INVENTIONS

  1. Book Publications
  2. Mainoma, M.A.M. & Mustapha, M.O.A (2006), Fundamentals of International Accounting. Joyce Publishers Ltd, Kaduna.
  3. Mainoma, M.A. (2007), Accounting for Community Services Joyce Publishers, Kaduna.
  4. Mainoma, M.A.M. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2008) “Principles and Practice of Managerial Finance. TEA Publishing Ltd, Port Harcourt.
  5. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2008), Entrepreneurship: The root of Enterprises.
  6. Entrepreneurship Academy Publishing, Kaduna.
  7. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2009), Ta’al: The Practice of Entrepreneurship.
  8. Entrepreneurship Academy Publishing, Kaduna.
  9. Mainoma, M.A, S.A.S. Aruwa & Tende, S.B.A. eds (2010), Conference Proceedings on Managing the Challenges of the Global Financial Crisis in Developing Economies, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Vol. I
  10. Mainoma, M.A, Aruwa, S.A.S. & Tende, S.B.A. eds (2010), Conference Proceedings on Managing the Challenges of the Global Financial Crisis in Developing Economies, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Vol. I1
  11. Mainoma, M.A, Emecheta, G.N. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2010), Management Accounting Techniques (Vol. 1&2).
  12. Mainoma, M.A. & Adejola, P.A. (2010). Financial Reporting Standards. Joyce Publishers, Kaduna.
  13. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2011). Managerial Finance: Principles and Practice. TEA Publishing Ltd, Kaduna. (ISBN: 978-36187-2-5). (Revised Edition).
  14. Mainoma, M.A, & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2012), Managing Public Finances for Development.
  15. Kaduna: Felicity Publishing.
  16. Mainoma, M.A., Uwaleke, U., and Udora, C. (2012). Contemporary Issues in Capital Market Studies. Abuja: Oniavi Press.
  17. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2014), Entrepreneurship, Concepts, Processes and Development. Kaduna: Felicity Publishing.
  18. Mainoma, M.A. (2014). Most Acceptable Index Needed of Measuring Accountability in Nigeria. 5th Inaugural Lecture, Nasarawa State University, keffi. NSUK Information & Protocol Unit.
  19. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2015). Managing Public Finances for Development.
  20. Instant Print & Publishers Ltd, Kaduna. TETFUND sponsored.
  21. Mainoma, M.A. (2015). Boundaries of Global Accounting. Kaduna: Felicity Publishing.
  22. Mainoma, M. A. (2019). Essence of Forensic Research and Ethics. In M.A. Mainoma, & G. E. Oyedokun, G. E (2019). Forensic Accounting Research Developments (Eds). Aaron & Hur Publishing. Lagos. Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-56669-9-1 Chapter 2, 1-49.
  23. Mainoma, M.A. & Oyedokun, G.E. (2020). Guidance on Due-Diligent War in Nigeria: A Forensic Accounting Approach to Fight against Corruption. Lagos. Nigeria. Association of Forensic Accounting Researcher (AFAR). ISBN: 9789789787326
  24. Mainoma, M. A., & Oyedokun, G. E (2019). Forensic Accounting Research Developments (Eds). Aaron & Hur Publishing. Lagos. Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-56669-9-1
  25. Mainoma, M.A. (2019). Essence of Forensic Research and Ethics. In: M.A. Mainoma and Oyedokun, G.E. (Eds). Forensic Accounting Researcher Developments. Lagos, Nigeria. AFAR Publications. ISBN: 978-978-5666991
  26. Mainoma, M.A., Oyedokun, G.E. et al, (2020). Tax Management and Compliance in Nigeria. Lagos. Nigeria. OGE Business School.
  27. ISBN: 978-978-978-734-0

 

  1. Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals
  2. Mainoma, M.A.M (1994). “Working Capital Management in Nigerian Small Enterprises”, in Okoye A.E., Silva A and Odiongenyi, O.T. (Eds) Accounting and the Industrialization of Nigeria, A Publication of Nigerian Accounting Teachers Association, Pp 118-129.
  3. Mainoma, M.A.M (1995). “The Impact of Financial Statements on Investors”, in Okoye A.E. and A.B. Watoseninyi (eds) Accounting Profession and Nigerian Economic Development, Nigerian Accounting Association, Pp 43-52
  4. Mainoma, M.A.M (1998). “The Relevance of Finance Policy to Growth of a Firm”, In Osisioma B.C. and Okoye A. E. (eds.) Problems and Prospects of Accounting Profession in the Next Millenium, NAA pp. 59-65.
  5. Mainoma, M.A.M (2000). “Accountability as a Bedrock of Democracy”, Ahmadu Bello University, Journal of Human Rights, Democracy and Good Governance, Pp. 104-108 Vol. 1 No. 1.
  6. Mainoma, M.A.M (2001). “An Empirical Investigation of Privatized Enterprises in Nigeria”, Journal of Business Administration, September 2001 Pp. 27-43 Vol. 1 No. 1
  7. Mainoma, M.A.M (2001). “The Effects of Working Capital Policies on Profitability of Union Bank Plc”, Journal of Business Administration, December, 2001, Pp. 111-119, Vol. 1 No. 2.
  8. Mainoma, M.A.M (2001). The Pattern of Financial Reporting after Structural Adjustment Programme: An Investigation”. Accounting Frontier. The official Journal of Nigerian Accounting Association, (NAA) Vol. III No. 1, pp. 25-31.
  9. Mainoma, M.A.M (2002). “An Assessment of Quality of Financial Reporting in Nigeria”, Journal of Business Administration, June, Pp 116-126, Vol. 2 No. 1.
  10. Mainoma, M.A.M (2002). “The Financial Implication of University Closure on Host Communities: A Study of A.B.U., Zaria”, Journal of Administration and Law, December, Pp 116-127 Vol. 1 No. 1.
  11. Mainoma, M.A.M (2002). “Adequacy of Accounting Information to the Users: An Overview” In A.C. Ezejulue and A.E. Okoye (Eds.) Accounting: The Nigerian Perspective Nigerian Accounting Association, pp. 117-128.
  12. Mainoma, M.A.M (2004). “Financial Management and Control in the Nigerian Public Sector”, Ahmadu Bello University, Journal of Human Rights, Democracy and Good Governance, Vol. III, No. III, Pp 69-81
  13. Mainoma, M.A.M (2004). “Application of Human Resources Accounting Techniques in Nigeria”, Nigerian Journal of Accounting Research, June, pp. 10-13, Vol. 1 No.1.
  14. Mainoma, M.A.M. (2004). “The Effects of Cost of Quality on Profitability of Nigerian Firms”. Nigerian Journal of Accounting Research Dec. Pp. 23-27, Vol. 1, No. 2.
  15. Mainoma, M.A.M & Adefila J.J.- (2004). “Assessment of the contributions of Non-bank Financial Institutions to the Economic Stability of Nigeria” The Abuja Management Review Vo1.2 No.3 December, 2004, Pp.19-30.
  16. Mainoma, M.A.M. (2005). “Accounting Practice and Development: The Relevance of Ethics and Professionalism” The Certified National Accountant, The Journal of ANAN, Vol. 13, Nos. 1 & 2.
  17. Mainoma, M.A.M (2005). “Impact of Capital on the Performance of Nigerian Commercial Banks.” The Abuja Management Review Vol.3 No.1 December Pp.147-159.
  18. Mainoma, M.A.M (2005). “An appraisal of the Pension Act 2004: Challenges and Prospects in the Public Sector.” The Nigerian Journal of Administration Studies Vol.3 No.1 March. Pp 61-66
  19. Aghimien, P.A. & M.A.M. Mainoma (2006). “Effects of Working Capital Management Policies on Profitability of Banks in Developing Economics,” Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, Vol. 13, No. 1, Spring.
  20. Aghimien, P.A. & M.A.M. Mainoma (2006). Determining a Conceptual Framework for Accounting,” Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, Vol. 13, No. 1, Spring.
  21. Mainoma, M.A.M (2006). “Fraud in Local Governments and the Challenge to Accountants” The Certified national Accountant Journal of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria Vol.14 No.2 April-June.
  22. Mainoma, M.A.M. (2007). “Leadership Assessment Criteria: The CAP, CLOTHES and SHOE Criteria.” The Abuja Management Review Vol.4 No.1 June.
  23. Mainoma, M.A.M. (2007). “The Impact of Prudential Guidelines on Nigerian Banks Debt Portfolio.” Finance and Accounting Research Monitor. Vol. 1. No. 1, June.
  24. Mainoma, M.A. & M. Tanko (2008), “Sources of Performance Improvement for Privatized Firms in Nigeria.” Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=951393
  25. Mainoma, M.A. & S.A.S. Aruwa (2009), Accounting Research and the Development of Accounting Profession in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis. International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 2 No. 5.
  26. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2011). “Entrepreneurial Factors and Entrepreneurship Development Policy in Nigeria”. Journal of Entrepreneurship Research, Vol. 1 No. 1, June.
  27. Mainoma, M.A. & Aliyu, Y.M. (2011). The Impact of Foreign Direct Investments on Economic Growth in Nigeria. Journal of Governmental and Financial Accounting Research. Vol. Number 1.
  28. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2011). “Impact of Market Orientation on the Profitability of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria”. Journal of Entrepreneurship Research, Vol. 1 No. 1, June.
  29. Mainoma, M.A. and Aruwa, S.A.S. (2013). Leadership Orientations and Performance Measures. The Certified National Accountant. Journal of Association of National Accountants of Nigeria. July-August ed.
  30. Atabs, T.S., Oyedokun, G.E., & Mainoma, M.A. (2019). Predictive Power of M-Score in Detecting Earnings Manipulations on Selected Listed Firms in Nigeria. Journal of Governmental and Financial Accounting Research, 3(1). A publication of Governmental and Financial Accounting Research Centre, Nasarawa State University, Keffi
  31. Okoror, J. A., Uwaleke, U., Mainoma, M.A., & Oyedokun, G. E. (2019). Value added tax and infrastructural development in Nigeria. Journal of Taxation and Economic Development, 18(2), 134-157. A publication of Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria.
  32. Oyedokun, G. E., Yusuf, M., & Mainoma, M. A. (2020). Effects of audit committee attributes on financial performance of listed oil and gas industry in Nigeria. Festschrift in Honor of Prof Osisioma University of Nigeria, Nsukka

 

 

 

 

  1. Conference Proceedings
  2. Mainoma, M.A.M (2001) “The Effects of Working Capital Management Policies on Profitability of Union Bank Plc.”, In A.C. Ezejelue & A.E. Okoye (Eds.) Accountancy: Issues and Readings, Proceedings of National Conference, Nigerian Accounting Association, Pp. 53-61,
  3. Mainoma, M.A.M & Abdullahi, S. A (2002). “Funding of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria”, Repositioning Higher Education in Nigeria, NUC
  4. Mainoma, M.A.M (2003). “An Assessment of Accounting Examination System and Ethics in Nigerian Universities”, in Dandago K.I. and A.I. Tanko, Background Issues in Ethics in Accounting. Proceedings of 1st National Conference on Ethical Issues in Accounting,
  5. Mainoma, M.A.M. (2004). “An Assessment of Internal Audit as a Tool for Accountability of Firms in Nigeria”, in Dandago K.I. and A.I. Tanko, (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2nd National Conference on Ethical Issues in Accounting, Prudence, Transparency and Accountability, pp. 127-139,
  6. Mainoma M.A.M (2005). “The Integrity of Financial Reporting and Accounting Development: An Empirical Investigation” in Dandago K.I. and H.T. Hamid (Ed) Proceedings of the 3rd National Conference on Ethical Issues in Accounting, Honesty and Integrity Pp 116-124.
  7. Mainoma, M.A. (2005). “An Appraisal of the Pension Act 2004: Opportunities and Prospects in the Public Sector. Chap. 10, Défense, in Paul A. Toun’s Economic, Military Budgeting and Accounting in a Democratic Nigeria.
  8. Mainoma, M.A.M. and Aruwa, S.A.S. (2008). Entrepreneurial Factors and the Development of Entrepreneurship in Africa. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Research and Development. Institute for African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra. November 26-27.
  9. Mainoma, M.A.M. and Aruwa, S.A.S. (2008). Accounting Research and the Development of Accounting Profession in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Research and Development. Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra. November 26-27.
  10. Mainoma, M.A. (2010). ‘Towards i-theory of Bank in Nigeria’. Conference Proceeding of the National Conference on Managing Global Financial
  11. Crisis in Developing Economies, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  12. Mainoma, M.A. and S.A.S. Aruwa (2004). The Magnitude of Military Expenditure: A Focus on African Countries. In Okoye, E.O. Accountancy Manual:   Book   of   Readings   of   Nigerian   Accounting Association, Chapter 4, pg 67-85. [ISBN 978-32941-5-6]
  13. Mainoma, M.A. and Aruwa, S.A.S. (2010). ‘The Volatility of Government Revenue under Global Financial Crisis’. International Conference Proceeding on Global Financial Crisis and African Development, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
  14. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2011). Entrepreneurial Factors and Entrepreneurial Development Policy in Africa in: I.S. Kyaruzi & Nkamnebe, A.D. (eds.) Family-Owned Businesses in Africa. Tanzania: Mkuki Na Nyota, Dar-Es-Salam, Chapter 2, pg 11- 24.
  15. Mainoma, M.A. & Aruwa, S.A.S. (2011). Entrepreneurial Education and Business Success: An Empirical Investigation In: I.S. Kyaruzi & Nkamnebe, A.D. (eds.) Family-Owned Businesses in Africa. Tanzania: Mkuki Na Nyota, Dar-Es-Salam, Chapter 13, pg. 177- 188.

 

  1. Other Publications
  2. Mainoma, M.A.M (1994) “The Impact of Human Resources Accounting Information on Investment Decisions” M.Sc. Thesis. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
  3. Mainoma, M.A.M (2001) “Dividend Policy Effects on the Value of Nigerian Firms: An Empirical Analysis”, Ph.D. Thesis. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
  4. Mainoma, M.A. (2019). Professional Accountancy Organizations and National Anti-Corruption Strategy in Nigeria: An Assessment. SEC 41, Thesis, NIPSS, Kuru.

 

  1. Community Service
  2. Over one hiundred (100) newspaper articles e.g., Man’s Harmony with Woman; The Standard, December 16, 1991; p. 9.
  3. Nasarawa: The Home of Understanding. This Day, November 15, 1996, p. 6.
  4. Location of State Capital: The Democrat October 1995,
  5. The Month of Ramadan, Daily Trust, October 27, 2004, p. 6.
  6. Nigeria at 44: Reforms or Reformation, Daily Trust, September 30, 2004, p. 6.
  7. The Problems with Nigeria Roads; New Nigerian, September 30, 2004,
  8. Problems with Education in Nigeria; New Nigerian, October 7, 2004, p. 10.
  9. Senate and El-Rufai: The Unanswered Questions, New Nigerian, September 16, 2004,
  10. Guest Lecturer, “Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Globalization: Contributions from The South (Sub- Sahara Africa)” at Southern University and A & M College, Baton and Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A.

 

  1. International Conferences
  2. 10th Annual Conference, American Academy of Accounting and Finance (AAAF) 11th to 13th December, 2003. New Orleans.
  3. 5th Annual Conference Academy of Business Discipline (ABD) 13th – 15th November, 2003. New Orleans.
  4. Conference of American Academy of Accounting and Finance (AAAF) 9 to 13th Dec., 2004. New Orleans.
  5. Conference of International Academy of Business and Public Administration disciplines (AIBPAD) 10-13 Jan., 2005
  6. ‘Accounting for Business Combination’ International Accounting Standard (IAS) Seminar, London (September, 2006).
  7. ‘Merger and Acquisition Accounting’ International Accounting Standard (IAS) Seminar, London (September, 2006).
  8. ‘Overview of International Financial Reporting’ International Accounting Standard (IAS) Seminar, London, (January, 2007).
  9. 8th Accounting bodies in West Africa (ABWA) Congress on Regional Integration and Economic Development. Cotonou, Benin Republic. (April 24 – 27, 2007).
  10. 3rd International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) SMP/SME practices in Africa, Transcorp-Hilton, Abuja (October, 2008).
  11. 1st International Conference on Research and Development, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra (November 25-27, 2008).
  12. Conference of American Academy of Accounting and Finance (AAAF) 2010. USA
  13. World Congress of Accounting Educators and researchers by International Association for Accounting Education & Research, Singapore, 2010.
  14. World Congress of Accountants, Malaysia, 2010.
  15. International Conference on Accounting Renaissance. International Association for Accounting Education & Research, Venice, Italy, 3-5 November, 2011.
  16. Pan African Accountants Conference, Accra, Ghana (2013).
  17. Empowering Professional Accountants, ANAN International Training Programme, Dubai (2017).
  18. World Congress of Accountants, Mumbai, India (2022).

 

7.Local Conferences

  1. NAA Conferences – 1993, 1995, 1998, 2001.
  2. Conferences on Ethical Issues in Accounting – 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005. iii) ANAN Conferences – 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006.
  3. 2006 National Conference organized by the Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Abuja.
  4. 2006 National Conference Organized by the Faculty of Social Science, University of Abuja.
  5. ‘Management and Leadership for Good Governance of Nigerian Universities’ Centre for Management Development (CMD) Workshop, Abuja, (July, 2006).
  6. 4-Day Annual Policy and Strategy Retreat for Nigerian Accounting Standards Board (NASB) Council Members (June 7 – 10, 2007).
  7. NASB 2007 Policy and Strategy Council Retreat, Enugu, Enugu State.
  8. Nigerian Accounting Association Conference and Annual general Meeting, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (2013).
  9. Nigerian Accounting Association Conference and Annual general Meeting, Kaduna State University, Kaduna (2017).
  10. Revamping Nigeria’s Economy: Lessons, Recommendations and Implementation Strategies. Postgraduate Students Representative Council Conference, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. (2017).
  11. 1st International Conference on Military Operations Research, ‘Operations Research: Challenges and Opportunities’, Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna, August (2006).
  12. 1st International Conference on Entrepreneurship. University of Port Harcourt. November (2006).
  13. 1st Chike Okoli International Conference on Entrepreneurship. Centre for Entrepreneurship Studies, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (2007).
  14. National Conference of the Global Financial crisis, Nasarawa State, University, Keffi (March, 2010).
  15. International Conference on Global financial Crisis, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (2010).

 

  1. Academic Initiatives and Innovations
  2. Reinvigoration of postgraduate programmes of the Department of Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
  3. Establishment of Postgraduate programmes in Accounting & Finance and Business Administration, University of Abuja.
  4. Establishment of Postgraduate programmes in Accounting & Finance and Business Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  5. Pioneering development of Masters in Public Sector Accounting (MIPSA) curriculum to meet the capacity building need of the public sector in Nigeria at Nasarawa State University, Keffi and securing NUC approval.
  6. Introduction of M.Sc. and PhD in Accounting and Finance at the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna.
  7. Establishment of Entrepreneurship Development Centre at Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2012)
  8. Establishment of Governmental and Financial Accounting Research Centre through the sponsorship of ANAN at Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  9. Pioneering development of B.Sc. Taxation and Postgraduate programmes in Taxation syllabus and mounting of B.Sc. Taxation Programme in Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  10. Networking and Linkages with ICITD University, USA and Central bank of Nigeria.
  11. Establishment of NSUK Microfinance Bank Ltd (2017) xi) Establishment of Institute of Governance and Development Studies at
  12. Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2015)
  13. Establishment of Centre for Cyberspace Studies at Nasarawa State University, Keffi. (2015).
  14. Establishment of Directorate of research and Publications, NSUK (2015).
  15. Establishment of Directorate of Quality Assurance, NSUK (2015).
  16. Establishment of Institute for Gender Studies (2016).
  17. Establishment of Institute for Agriculture and Allied Research, NSUK (2017).
  18. Establishment of Solomon Lar Institute of Political Studies, NSUK (2017).
  19. Establishment of Accounting Knowledge Acquisition and Research Orientation (AKARO) Centre, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2016).
  20. Establishment of ANAN University, Kwall, Plateau State as President of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN, 2021).

 

  • FUND-RAISING ACHIEVEMENTS
  1. a) Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) funding intervention of over N800,000,000 Naira for the construction of the School of Postgraduate Studies complex at Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2011) as Dean, Faculty of Administration.
  2. b) Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) funding intervention for the construction of Governmental and Financial Accounting Research (GAFAR) Centre at Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2013) as Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Member of ANAN Governing Council.
  3. c) Annual Research intervention funding of Accounting Research by ANAN in Nigerian Universities since 2013 to GAFAR Centre, Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  4. d) Attraction of Community-Stakeholders’ initiated funding for the construction of Accounting Knowledge Acquisition and Research Orientation (AKARO) Centre at Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2016) as Vice- Chancellor.
  5. e) Attraction of Community-Stakeholders’ initiated funding of the Landscaping of University Faculty environment (2016) as Vice- Chancellor.
  6. f) Attraction of Community-Stakeholders’ initiated funding for the construction of the Institute of Governance and Strategic Studies in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2017) as Vice-Chancellor.
  7. g) Attraction of Community-Stakeholders’ initiated funding for the construction of the Bayo Ojo (SAN) Institute of Arbitration in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2016) as Vice-Chancellor.
  8. h) Attraction of Nasarawa State Government’s funding intervention for construction of University Road Networks at Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2015) as Vice-Chancellor.
  9. i) Attraction of Nasarawa State Government’s funding intervention for construction of Male and Female Hostels in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2016) as Vice-Chancellor.
  10. j) Attraction of Nigerian Custom’s funding intervention for the supply of Computer Systems to Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2016) as Vice- Chancellor.
  11. k) Attraction of Federal Government funding for the construction of the Solomon Lar Institute of Political Studies in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2017) as Vice-Chancellor.
  12. l) Attraction of Nigerian Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) funding for the Computerization Project of the Directorate of Information technology in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2016) as Vice-Chancellor.
  13. m) Attraction of 100 million Naira Nigerian Government funding for the construction of Digital Library in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2015) as Vice-Chancellor.
  14. n) Attraction of Funding from Alhaji Tanko Al-Makura in the Furnishing of Faculty of Administration Board Room as Dean (2010) in Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
  15. o) Attraction of Federal Government’s 70 million Naira special intervention funding of Science Laboratory Equipment in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2017) as Vice-Chancellor.
  16. p) Attraction of Federal Government’s 50 million Naira special intervention funding for Generator and Water Supply in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2015) as Vice-Chancellor.
  17. q) Attraction of T.Y. Danjuma Foundation’s 10,000 litre Water Project in Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2014) as Vice-Chancellor.
  18. r) Attraction of Community-Stakeholders’ initiated funding for the Development of Departmental Library in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (2001) as Head of Department of Accounting.
  19. s) Attraction of Prof. Peter Aghimien as Common Wealth Scholar from USA to Department of Accounting. ABU, Zaria to Lecture for two years (2001).
  20. t) Attraction of Accounting Laboratory by ABU Alumni to Department of Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria as Head of Department of Accounting (2002).
  21. u) Attraction of Departmental Vehicle from Kaduna State Ministry of Finance to Department of Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria as Head of Department of Accounting (2003).

 

SERVICE TO COMMUNITIES AND THE WORLD

  1. Vice-President, Association of Professional Bodies of Nigeria (APBN), 2022-date.
  2. Member, Governing Council, Centre for Management Development, Lagos, Nigeria, 2022-Date.
  3. President & Chairman of Council, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, April, 2019 –2021.         .
  4. President, Nigerian Accounting Association, 2001 to 2017.
  5. Honourable Commissioner of Finance and Economic Planning, Ministry of Finance & Economic Development, Nasarawa State November, 2011–January, 2013.
  6. Member, Lafia Emirate Council, Nasarawa State (2020-date)
  7. Member, Governing Council, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2009- 2018).
  8. Member, Governing Council, Nigerian Accounting Standards Board (now Financial Reporting Standards of Nigeria) (2009-2013).
  9. President and Chairman of Council, Institute of Financial and Investment Analysts, Nigeria (2009-2011).
  10. Chairman of Governing Council, Association of Forensic Accounting Professionals (AFAR) (2016-Present).
  11. Member, Governing Council, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN, 2009-2023).
  12. Member, Governing Council, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN, 2009-Present).
  13. Vice-President II, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN, 2015-2017).
  14. Vice-President I, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN, 2017-2019).
  15. Member, Governing Council, Institute of Retirement Management (IRM, 2016-Present).
  16. Patron, Lafia Students’ Association (LASA), University of Abuja Chapter (2007-Present).
  17. Patron, Nasarawa State Students’ Association, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2009-Present).
  18. Member, 5-Member Federal Ministry of Education Expert Assessors’ Visitation Committee to the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (February, 2002).
  19. Member, Federation Account Allocation Committee (2011 to 2013).
  20. Member, Recruitment Panel, National Institute for Legislative Studies, National Assembly, Abuja (2011-2012).
  21. Member, Northern States Governor’s Committee on Reconciliation, Healing and Security (August, 2012-June, 2013).
  22. Chairman, Nasarawa State University Consult Ltd Board (2010-2011)
  23. Council Member, International Association for Accounting Education & Research (IAAER, 2012-2017).
  24. Chairman, Nasarawa State University Consult Ltd Board (2013-2014).
  25. Chairman, Tertiary Education Committee, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (2010-2013)
  26. Chairman, Nigerian Taxation Standards Board, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (2013-2015).
  27. Member, International funds Sourcing Committee, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (2013).
  28. Member, Carnegie Funds Utilization Committee on Female Scholarships/Bursaries, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (2004).
  29. Member, Strategic needs of the University, University of Abuja (2006).
  30. Head Boy, Government Secondary School, Miango (1981/1982).
  31. Membership of Interview Panel to recruit Academic Staff Gombe State University, Bingham University, Karu, Nasarawa State, Nigerian College of Accountancy, Jos, Nigerian Institute for Legislative Studies (NILS), Abuja, Prime University, Abuja.

 

External Moderation and other Related Assignments:

    1. Member, NBTE Accreditation team to Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, Talata Mafara, 2002
    2. Chairman, NBTE Accreditation team to Federal Polytechnic, Mubi, 2002
    3. Chairman, NBTE Accreditation team to OSISATECH, Enugu, 2003
    4. Chairman, NBTE Accreditation team to Kogi State Polytechnic, 2003
    5. Chairman, NBTE Accreditation Team, Grace Polytechnic, Lagos, 2004
    6. Chairman, NBTE Accreditation Team, Wolex Polytechnic, Lagos, 2005
    7. Member, NBTE Accreditation team to IMT Enugu, 2003
    8. Member, NBTE Accreditation team to Federal Polytechnic, Nekede- Owerri, Imo State, 2003
    9. Item Writer for Principles of Accounts JAMB since 1993 to 2008.
    10. Moderator for JAMB examination for Principles of Accounts since 1993 to 2008
    11. External Examiner to Department of Accounting, Bayero University, Kano
    12. External Examiner to Department of Accounting and Finance, Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna
    13. External Examiner, Department of Economics and Management, NDA Kaduna.
    14. External Examiner to Department of Administrative Studies, Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna
    15. External Examiner to Department of Accounting and Auditing, College of Education, Minna, Niger State
    16. External Examiner, Federal Polytechnic, Bida.
    17. External Examiner, Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja.
    18. Assessor, Journal of Business Administration
    19. Assessor, University of Jos, Journal of Management
    20. External Examiner, Usmanu Danfodio University,
    21. External Examiner, American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola,
    22. Member, NBTE Accreditation Team NASFA, Lagos 2006.
    23. Member, National Universities’ Commission accreditation team to A.B.U., Zaria 2007
    24. Member, National Universities’ Commission Accreditation Team to Usmanu Danfodio University, Sokoto 2007
    25. Chairman, National Universities’ Commission Accreditation Team to University of Ilorin and Al-Hikma University, Ilorin (9-13th Nov. 2008).
    26. Moderator, IJMBE Marking (Accounting I and II). Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (2007).
    27. Resource Person, Writing Workshop for the revision of Senior Secondary School Curricula. Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (2007).
    28. External Examiner, Department of Accounting, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (2008 to 2019).
    29. Member NUC Resource Assessment Team for Postgraduate Programme, University of Lagos State (2009).
    30. Member NUC Resource Assessment Team for Postgraduate Programme, Igbinedion University, Okada (2009).
    31. Assessor for Professorship Position, University of Benin (2009). Assessor for Professorship Position, University of Jos (2009)
    32. External Examiner, Department of      Accounting, Akintola University, Ondo State (2009).
    33. External Examiner, School of Business and Entrepreneurship, American University of Nigeria, Yola (2011- 2018).
    34. Assessor for Professorship Position, Abia State University, Uturu (2012).
    35. Assessor for Professorship Position, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (2012).
    36. Assessor for Professorship Position, Anambra State University, Udi (2012).
    37. Assessor for Professorship Position, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (2012).
    38. Assessor for Professorship Position, Bayero University, Kano (2012).
    39. Assessor for Professorship Position, University of Maiduguri (2013).
    40. Assessor for Professorship Position, University of Benin (2015).
    41. Professional Service /Honour Societies
    42. Member, Education and Research Committee, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN)
    43. Chairman, Examination Committee, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN, 2005-2007)
    44. Chairman, Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Committee, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN, 2007- 2011)
    45. Managing Editor, Nigerian Journal of Accounting Research
    46. Editor-in-Chief, Abuja Management Review, Journal of Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Abuja.
    47. Editor-in-Chief, Finance and Accounting Research Monitor, Journal of Department of Accounting, University of Abuja.
    48. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Finance and Accounting Research, Journal of Department of Accounting, Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
    49. President and Chairman of Council, Institute of Financial and Investment Analysts of Nigeria (2009 to 2011)
    50. Chairman, NSUK Consult Ltd. (2009-2011) Membership Secretary, ANAN (2011-2013)
    51. Member, Nigerian Accounting Standards Board (NASB), now Financial Reporting Council.
    52. Member, International Association of Accounting Education and Research (2009-date)
    53. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Entrepreneurship Research, Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2011-date).
    54. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Governmental and Financial Accounting Research, Governmental and Financial Accounting Research Centre, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2011-date).
    55. Chairman, Governing Council, Gobarau Academy, Katsina (2014- date). Editor-in-Chief, NSUK Postgraduate Research Journal School of
    56. Postgraduate Studies, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (2011-date).
    57. Editor, Accounting Development and the Challenges of Wealth Measurement 2017.
    58. Chairman, Governing Council, Liyu Science Academy, Keffi (2020 –
    59. date).
    60. Chairman, Advisory Board, Journal of Taxation and Development, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria.