Dr. OMOTOSHO, Abdulrafii Oyewumi
Status:  Reader
Department:  Islamic Law 


  1. Omotosho, A. O. A Critical Analysis of the Legal Power of ulul amr as indicated in Q4:59. Udus Law Journal. Vol. 1 No. 2, 2000. P.61 – 73
  2. Omotosho, A. O. Begging, Idleness and the Economic Doctrine of Islam. Hamdard Islamicus Quarterly. October – December 2001, Vol. xxiv No.4.P.67 – 7
  3. Omotosho, A. O. The Greeting Culture of Islam. Da’wah Highlights of Islam. March 2001, P.28 – 37
  4. Omotosho, A. O. Muhammad and His Contribution to the Development of Rule of Law and Social Justice in the 7th Century. Accepted for Journal of Shari’ah. University of Malaya, 2010
  5. Omotosho, A. O. Origin and Growth of Usul-al-Fiqh. Journal of Arabic and Religious Studies. December 1989. P.70 – 78
  6. Omotosho, A. O. Religious Violence in Nigeria - the causes and Solution: an Islamic Perspective. Swedish Missiological Theme, 2003. P.15 – 31
  7. Omotosho, A. O. The Impact of Colonial Education and Culture on the Muslims of Nigeria. Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies. April/May 1998. P. 52 - 61
  8. Omotosho, A. O. The Problem of Intercession in Islamic Law. Al-Fikr. University of Ibadan. June 1993. P. 22 – 35
  9. Omotosho, A. O. The role of Islamization of Knowledge and Institutions. Jos Bulletin of Religion. May, 1996. P.24 – 33.
  10. Omotosho, A. O.(2007),“Maternal and Child Health in Islam”, in Interplay Between Religion and Science,(Ed. Yahya O> Imam), P29-39.
  11. Omotosho, A. O.(2007),“Islam, Custom, Culture and Tradition: The Dilemma of the Nigerian Muslim”,Shariah Journal, P77-94.
  12. Omotosho, A. O.(1993),“Salvation in the Religious Doctrine of Islam”, in Studies in Religious Understanding in Nigeria, P38-50.
  13. Omotosho, A. O.(2004),“Al-Shafi’i and the Development of Usul al Fiqh: An Assessment of the Jurist’s Role”,The University of Ilorin Law Journal, P86-96.
  14. Omotosho, A. O.(2004),“The Language Factor in the Interpretation of Islamic Law: The Word Amr in Focus”,Nasarawa State University Law Journal, P131-142.