Kings University, Odeomu, has received approval from the National Universities Commission (NUC) to run additional undergraduate programmes effective from 2023/2024 academic session. The University named the approved undergraduate programmes as Nursing Science, Public Health and Medical Laboratory Science all in the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences. Our Mission: To be a University recognized for academic excellence and human capital development which impacts society economically, intellectually and socially. Our Vision: Raise quality leaders that would transform Nigeria and continually sustain her as a technologically advanced nation.

Ajala Oluwatoyosi Adeola

Ajala Oluwatoyosi Adeola

Kings University

Lecturer in Department of Languages and Linguistics

Dr. Ajala Oluwatoyosi Adeola

Languages and Linguistics

Humanities, Management and Social Sciences


Dr. Ajala Adeola is a lecturer in the Department of Languages and Linguistics

Area of Expertise

Conference and Workshops Attended
  • English Scholars’ Association of Nigeria’s 1st Virtual and 36th Annual Conference (8th 10th December, 2020)
  • Center for Ilorin Study, University of Ilorin’s 1st Virtual and 5th National Conference (1st-3rd December, 2020).
Selected Publications
  • Ajala, T. and Ojedodaja, S. (2020) Use of Language and Style in Zaynab Alkali’s The Still Born and The Virtuous Woman. Journal of Social Science and Humanity Research

  • Ojedodaja, S and Ajala, T. (2020). Africanism: A Neglect of the Past. Journal of Social Science and Humanity Research

  • Ojedodaja, S and Ajala, T. (2020). The Rhetorics of Historiographic Metafiction in Elleke Boehmer’s Bloodline. Journal of Social Science and Humanity Research

  • Ajenifari, J. T. and Ajala, T. A. (2021). A Pragmatic Analysis of A Human Rights  Treaty-Based Legal Texts. (Awaiting publication, Ado Journal of Languages and Linguistics, Faculty of Arts, Ekiti State University.

  • Ajala, T. (2021) Language and Culture in Nigerian Society: A Stylo-Pragmatic Analysis of Mariam Ba and Lola Shoneyin’s Novel. Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ilorin.

Curriculum Vitae

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