OLAGOKE, Prof David Olu

BA, MA, Ph.D, university teacher, born January 22, 1934, Aiyegbaju Ekiti, Ekiti State; married Patricia Olajumoke Ayeni 1960, three sons,two daughters;, Education: Methodist Boys'High School, Lagos, 1945-50, University College, Ibadan, 1954-57, Institute of Education, University of London, 1957-58, University of Colchester, Essex, 1967-68; University of London, 1983-85; Career: Appointed Education officerKing's College, Lagos, 1958-60; Principal Lisabi Grammar School, Abeokuta, 1961-68; Lecturer II/I, University of Lagos, 1968-76; Senior Lecturer, 1976-84; Associate Professor of English University of Lagos, 1984-87; Professor of English and Dean of Arts, Ondo State University, November 1987; Longman Research Fellow, University College, London University, 1973-74; First Nigerian Cadet Officer, King's College, Lagos, 1958-60, Publications: The Incorruptible Judge, Longman, Evans, 1962; Irokoman and the Woodcaver, London, Evans, 1963; Hakimu Nwadilifu, A Swahili translation of the Incorruptible Judge, Evans; Death in the Forest, University Press, Ibadan, 1983; Hobbies: reading, writing plays, walking and church music; Official Address: Faculty of Arts, Univer sity of Ado-Ekiti, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State; Home: Alabukan's House, Ayegbaju Ekiti, Ekiti State.
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