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Dr N.A. Arikewuyo

Lecturer I

Historical Background

Born in Kano State of Nigeria in 1987. Recieved his primary and secondary level of education in Lagos and Ilorin respectively. He is married to two wives with children.

Education

Bagged Diploma in Law at Bayero University, Kano; Bachelor Degree in Islamic Studies with First class at Al-Hikmah University; Master of Arts in Islamic Studies at University of Ilorin and Ph.D. in Islamic Studies at the Kwara State University, Malete.

Qualifications

B.A; M.A; Ph.D.

Research Interest

Da’wah and modern revivalist movements

Publications

    1. Publications

      i. Home-based (Journals)

      1. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2020). Assessment of Percieved Relevance of Islamic Studies Curriculum of Islamic Online University to Nigerian Educational System. Al-Hikmah Journal of Arts and Social Sciences Education, 2, (1); 119-126. Published by the Department of Arts and Social Sciences Education, Faculty of Education, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin. Available online at https://www.alhikmah.edu.ng/ajasse/index.php/ajasse/article/view/44.

      2. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2019). Islam, Women and Politics in Nigerian Context. Ilorin Journal of Religious Studies, 9, (2); 11-23. Published by the Department of Religions, Faculty of Arts, University of Ilorin, Ilorin. Available online at file:///C:/Users/pc/Downloads/211-1717-PB%20(1).pdf

      3. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2019). إسهامات الشاطبي في تطوير الأحكام الشرعية: نظرية المباح نموذجا The Contribution of Ash-Shatibi to the Development of Islamic Legal Rulings: The Theory of Permissibility as a case Study. Al-Hikmah Journal of Islamic Law, 3, (1); 250-267. Published by the Department of Islamic Law, Faculty of Law, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin.

      4. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2018). The Life and Scholarship of Al-Ghazᾱli and IbnTaymiyyah: A Comparative Analysis. AL-ASALAH International Journal, 8,(1); 176-184. Published by the Department of Islamic Studies and Arabic Unit, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin.

      5. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2018). The Impact of Islamic Awakening (Ṣahwah) on Muslims in Yorubaland: Salafiyyah Groups as Case-Study. KWASU Journal of Religious Studies, 2, (1); 189-201. Published by the Department of Religions, History and Heritage Studies, Kwara State University, Malete.

      6. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2016). Challenges of Muslim-Christian Co-existence in a Multi Religious Nation: The Role of Muslim Orthodoxical Jurisprudence. Journal of Islam in Nigeria, 2, (1); 171-183. Published by the Islamic Welfare Foundation and Centre for Ilorin Studies, University of Ilorin. Available online at: http://iwf.com.ng/coin_2015_papers/challenges_of_muslim_christian_co-existence_in_multi_religious_nation_the_role.pdf

      ii. Home-based (Books)

      7. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2020). مذكرة في القواعد الأساسية لعلم الميراث التطبيقي (Notes on the Basic Principles of Islamic Law of Succession). Ilorin: Published by At-Taqwa Centre for Islamic Wills and Inheritance Execution.
      8. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2020). تحصيل المأمول في علم الأصول (A Summary of the Basic Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence). Ilorin: Published by At-Taqwa Centre for Training Experts in Arabic and Shari’ah Courses.
      9. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2018). كشف الحجاب عن شبهات أثيرت حول الحجاب والنقاب والجلباب (Unveiling the Misconceptions over the Muslim Female Veil). Ilorin: Published by Right Way Prints.

      10. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2018).صواعق الرحمان على السحرة الكهان (Thunderbolts of Ar-Rahmᾱn on the Sorcerers and Fortune-tellers). Ilorin: Published by Right Way Prints.

      11. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2018). فقه الخلاف: عامل مهم في توحيد المسلمين (Understanding the Principles of Differences: A Viable Weapon for Muslim Unity). Ilorin: Published by Bi-Idhnillah Computer.

      12. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2018). The Status of Shar’iah among the Muslims in Yorubaland: Inheritance Law as a Case-Study. Ilorin: Published by As-Salafi Production.
      iii. National Publications (Journals)
      13. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2019). The Bedrock of Good Governance in Islam: Focus on Selflessness and Contentment. Journal of Ramadan Blessing, 8, (1); 31-34. Published by the Muslim Community of Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex.
      14. Alaro, A. A. and Al-Jawari, A.N. (2018). Consolidating National Security and Stability through Shari’ah and Educational Curricula. Jalingo Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, 5, (2); 59-71. Published by the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Taraba State University, Jalingo.

      iv. National Publications (Chapters in book)
      15. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2020). Towards Managing Intra-Religious Differences among Muslim Groups in Yorubaland: Fiqh al-Khilaf Mechanism as a Viable Tool. In Islam’s Response to the Quest for Peace, Orderliness and Well-being in Nigeria, Kehinde E. Obasala et.al (eds) 167-185. Published by the Department of Religions, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.

      16. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2020). Contributions of Muslim Organisations to the Community Development in Nigeria: The Muslim Congress as a Case Study. In Islamic Socio-Economic and Political Thought: A Panacea for Sustainable Development in Nigeria, A.M. Usman and T.V. Sa’eed (eds) 109-128. Published by the Department of Islamic Studies, Yobe State University, Damaturu.

      17. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2020). Towards Addressing the Problem of Religious Crises in Nigeria Through the Tools of Islamic Model for Conflict Management. In Islamic Socio-Economic and Political Thought: A Panacea for Sustainable Development in Nigeria, A.M. Usman and T.V. Sa’eed (eds) 93-108. Published by the Department of Islamic Studies, Yobe State University, Damaturu.
      v. International Publications (Journal)
      18. Arikewuyo, A.N. and Adua, S.S. (2018). A Comparative Study of the Thought of Muslim Brotherhood and Salafiyyah: Focus on Jihad Discourse. Journal of Arts, Science and Commerce, 4, (4); 13-24. Published by the Educational Research, Multimedia & Publication, India. Available online at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328930613_A_Comparative_Study_of_the_thoughts_of_Muslim_Brotherhood_and_Salafiyyah_Focus_on_Jihad_Discourse
      19. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2019). A Comparative Analysis of the Theological Polemics of Muslim Brotherhood and Salafiyyah. International Journal of Islamic Thought, 15, (June); 17-26. Published by the Department of Theology, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia. Available online at: https://doi.org/10.24035/ijit.15.2019.002
      20. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2020). A Comparative Study of Al-Ghazᾱli’s and IbnTaymiyyah’s Views on Sufism. International Journal of Islamic Thought, 17, (June); 56-66. Published by the Department of Theology, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia. Available online at https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/A-COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS-OF-THE-THOUGHT-OF-MUSLIM-AND-Arikewuyo/2d7813761470eb1b31c57272820db24f8719ab08.
      vi. International Publication (Book)
      21. Arikewuyo, A.N. (2019). A Comparative Study of the Revivalist Da’wah Approach of Salafiyyah and Muslim Brotherhood Oriented Groups in Yorubaland. USA: Published by ProQuest LLC. Available online at: https://search.proquest.com/docview/2238762367

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