PhD and MPhil Projects Successfully Supervised

Ph.D.

Okon, Bassey Andian (2000) The Intonational Structure of Nigerian English. (Dept. of English, University of Ibadan) (Co-supervised with Prof. Ben Elugbe)

Adegoju, Adeyemi (2005) A Stylistic Study of the Speeches of some Key Actors of the ‘June 12’ Crisis in Nigeria (1993 – 1998) (Dept. of English, University of Ibadan)

Olaosun, Ibrahim Esan. (2006) Language and Visuality in Selected Commodity Advertisements in Some Nigerian Newspapers. (Dept. of English, University of Ibadan)

Kamalu, Ikenna (2009) Style and the Metaphor of Abiku in Ben Okri’s Fiction. (Dept. of English, University of Ibadan)


M.Phil:

Ajewole-Orimogunje, Christiana Oluremi (2006) Patterns of Argumentation in                               Selected Speeches of Obafemi Awolowo (Dept. of English, University of                                         Ibadan).

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