DR KAYODE TITUS ELUSAKIN, a graduate of four different Universities was born and bred in Isale Awori, Ikeja Local Government Area of Lagos State. He is a Seasoned Researcher and Educator. He has the following academic qualifications: BA ED (English), MED (Language Education) , MA (English Language) and Ph.D. (English Language) from Ogun State University, Lagos State University, University of  Lagos and Olabisi Onabanjo University respectively, aside from GCE  O’ Level, Teacher  Grade II Certificate and NCE Certificate.

His first appointment in the erstwhile College of Education (MOCPED) was in August 12, 2010, as a Lecturer III. He rose in rank and file to the position of a SENIOR LECTURER in 2019, in the Department of General Studies in Education, School of Education, MOCPED.

However, sequel to the transmutation of the erstwhile College to Lagos State University of Education, he was redeployed to the Department of English, College of Languages and Communication Arts Education (COLCAED) and placed on L1 CONUASS 4.


    1. Elusakin, K. T. (2024). Indigenisation of English and Its Concomitant Effects on Conversational Implicatures: Nigerian Factors (Accepted for Publication), 6th Canadian International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences, 2024.
    2. Elusakin, K. T. (2023). Indigenous Language Interference and Its Effects on English Language Learning: The Study of Twelve (12) Selected Secondary Schools in Three States of Southwest of Nigeria (Lagos, Ogun and Oyo. International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM), 2023
    3. Elusakin, K. T. and Adeniyi, K. V. (2023). Critical Social Semiotic Analysis of Inscriptions on T-Shirts and Facial Expression of Selected Final Year Students of Nigerian University (it is at the Press) International Journal for Multidisciplinary Research.
    4. Elusakin, K.T. (2021). Problems of Teaching and Learning the English Suprasegments in Lagos Secondary Schools. International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM), 2021. V.9 (4)
    5. J. O., Elusakin, K. T., Popoola, A. and Ajayi J. O. (2019). Semiotic Analysis of Online Political Cartoons in Nigeria. International Journal of Research, Innovations and Sustainable Development. December, 2019.
    6. Ajayi, J. O., Elusakin, K. T. and Alaka-Osiniwo, B. O. S. (2018). Language, Religion and Moral Education, as Instrument of Political, Social and Cultural Development in Nigeria. A Bi-Annual Journal of National Association of Policy Educator for the Promotion of Policies in Business and Education V.14 (1)
    7. Elusakin, K. T., Ogunnori, S. A. and Yede, F. S. (2016). Is English an Agent of Empowerment or Neo-colonialism? Journal of Educational Research and Policies. V.11 (1)
    8. Elusakin, K. T. (2013). Language Laboratory: An Indispensable Tool in the Teaching and Learning of English as a Second Language. International Journal of Educational Studies. V.2. (1&2)
    9. Elusakin, K. T., Famuyiwa, F. R. and Viatonu A. O. (2012). The Use of Information and Communication Technology as a Strategy for Intellectual Development in the Teaching and Learning of English in the Third World Countries. Pan African Book Company.
    10. Elusakin, K. T. and Viatonu, A. O. (2011). Conversational Implicatures: A Virile Tool for Sustainable Development of the Third World. Fifth International Conference on Research and Development, V.5 (6)



    2. Ajayi, J. O., Elusakin, K. T. and Olabode J. I. (2021). The Police and the Challenges of National Security in Nigeria: The Impact of Language cum Problems and Prospects. LIWURAM Journal of the Humanities, University of Maiduguri, V.22.(2)
    3. Ogunnori, S. A. and Elusakin, K. T. (2020). Language and Communication as  a   Tool in Non-violent Method of Industrial Conflict Resolution in Festus Iyayi’s “Violence”. Okene Journal of Language and Literature. V.12.(2)
    4. Adarabierin, D. O., Elusakin, K. T. and Ajayi, J. O. ((2017). Integration of Nigerian Indigenous Music Heritage into Formal Learning, Science and Technology for Sustainable National Development. National Journal of Sciences and Education Studies, MOCPED ISSN 1118-745X.
    5. Adarabierin, D. O., Thompson, O. E. and Elusakin, K. T. (2016). Repositioning Integrated Music and Language Education for Good Governance and Egalitarian Society in Nigeria. School of Arts and Social Science (MOCPED) V.2 (1)
    6. Ogunnorin, S. A., Osipeju, S. B., Agoi, F. A. and Elusakin, K. T. (2016). Education for the Eradication of Corruption and Self-Reliance: The Study of Obi Okonkwo in Chinua Achebe. School of Arts and Social Sciences (MOCPED) V.2 (1)
    7. Elusakin, K. T. (2012). The Impact of a Globalised Language on Indigenous Languages in the Developing Nations: The Nigeria Societal Experience. The Beagle V.6 (1)
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    9. Olu Akeusola, and Elusakin, K. T. (2014). The Dilemma of the Growth of Indigenous Languages in the Face of a Global Language: The Case of . English and the Developing Nations. Proceedings of International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Lome, Togo
    10. Ogunniyi, J. O. and Elusakin K. T. (2014). The Diffusion of Language and Culture: An Evaluation of Nigerian Speaker of English. Proceedings of International Conference on Research, Innovations and Sustainable Development. Conference Hall, Ghana National Association of Teachers, Accra, Ghana.
    11. Viatonu, O. A. and Elusakin, K. T. (2012). Improving the Teaching and Learning of English through the Use of Information and Communication Technology: Prospects and Challenges. Florence, Italy: Prima Edition.