Prof. A. G. Suleiman born January 1963 in Samaru Zaria, Kaduna State. He attended Basawa Primary School, Zaria; Daura Teachers’ College and Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria for his NCE (1985), B. Sc, Ed (1988), M. Ed (1992) and Ph.D Degree (1996) respectively. He became a Professor in 2011.
Suleiman started his career as a lecturer and researcher (Graduate Assistance) early 1990 in Ahmadu Bello University (ABU); voluntarily resigned in 1998 to join Politics. After successfully occupying a political office for four years, he joined the services of Bayero University, Kano in 2002 as a lecturer. Suleiman was in University of Maiduguri for Sabbatical leave as a visiting Associate Professor in 2009. He also served Community Social Humanitarian Project (COSHUP) as Kebbi State Coordinator; and later, he was in National Teachers’ Institute (NTI) as ‘Dean, School of Education’ (2012 to 2015).
Suleiman is an academic staff in Faculty of Education, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), also the Director, Abuja Model Study Centre of NOUN in Abuja (March 2015 to date). He is a fellow of Institute of Corporate Administration (FCAI), Institute of Corporate Executive of Nigeria (FICEN) and West African Society for Communication and Administration (WASCA). Suleiman has published widely. He is the author of ‘Writing Research Proposal and Report’; ‘Introduction to Recreation and Leisure’; and ‘Understanding Recreation, Leisure and Tourism Practices in Nigeria’. He also has many articles published Locally and Internationally to his credit. He supervised very many Undergraduate and Postgraduate (PGD, M. Sc, Ed / Ph.D) researches and dissertations and has been an External Examiner to many higher Institutions. He is happily married with children.
Director, Abuja Model Study Centre.
Suleiman, A. G. (2004). Introduction to Recreation and Leisure. Zaria: Tisman Printext International Ventures.
Suleiman, A. G. (2006). Writing Research Proposal and Report . Zaria: Tisman Printext International Ventures.
Suleiman, A. G. (2010). Understanding Leisure, Recreation and Tourism Practices in Nigeria. Zaria: Ahmadu Bello University Press.