IS̩Ẹ́    AKOZI Journal welcomes scholarly articles and reviews written in indigenous languages and foreign languages on Yorùbá, Igbo and Hausa Literature, Language,  History, Culture, Philosophy, Music, Education and Communication Arts. The Journal also accommodates creative works in form of Poetry, Short Story and other related fields.

Editorial Policy

Manuscripts should not exceed 15 pages including the references, typed in MS Words format in 12 font size, Times New Roman and 1.5 line spacing. The paper must be accompanied with an abstract of not more than 300 words and maximum of 5 keywords. The cover page must contain the Title, Name of author(s), Institution of the author(s), Email address, and Phone number of the author(s). The references must follow APA or MLA citation style and be listed alphabetically.

N.B: SUBMISSION OF ARTICLES TO THE JOURNAL IS CONTINUOUS 

Editorial Consultants

NAMEUNIVERSITYLOCATION
Professor Akinloye OjoUniversity of GeorgiaAthens, United State of America
Professor Yakubu MagajiBayero University KanoKano State
Professor Adeniyi Harisson R.Lagos State University Ojo, Lagos State
Professor Iwu Ikwubuzo R.University of Lagos Akoka, Lagos State
Professor Ayo Yusuf University of LagosAkoka, Lagos State
Professor N. UdumaduNnamdi Azikiwe University AwkaAnambra State
Dr. Henry Hunjo Lagos State University Ojo, Lagos State
Dr Ahmed AdesanyaLagos State University Ojo, Lagos State.

Brief Introduction

IS̩Ẹ́  AKOZI Journal welcomes scholarly articles and reviews written in indigenous languages and foreign languages on Yorùbá, Igbo and Hausa Literature, Language, History, Culture, Philosophy, Music, Education and Communication Arts. The Journal also accommodates creative works in form of Poetry, Short Story and other related fields.
IS̩Ẹ́ AKOZI Journal recognizes the significance of indigenous languages as repositories of knowledge and seeks to promote their preservation and dissemination. By encouraging the use of indigenous languages, the journal aims to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of the literary and cultural expressions of Yorùbá, Igbo, and Hausa communities. Furthermore, it acknowledges the valuable contributions made by researchers and writers who choose to explore these subjects in foreign languages, fostering cross-cultural exchange and understanding.

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