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OluKayode Oyekanmi OYESIKU PhD FCILT, MNITP - Professor & Senior Fulbright Fellow

(Specialising in Human Capacity Development; Transport Systems Planning & Management; Urban & Regional Planning & Research Methodology; former Head of Department and Dean of Faculty 1995-2000; 2003-2005; has over 263 scholarly publications; an External Examiner and Guest Lecturer to many Universities within and outside Nigeria and Research Consultant to many agencies; Editor-in-Chief of Learned and professional Journals; a member of Human Capital Development Thematic Group of Federal Government Vision 20:20-20; an academic & scholar in Development Studies & Change Process; an alumnus of University of Ibadan, University of Benin, The Institute of the Social Studies, The Hague; Harvard University Business School Executive Education programme)

.pioneer Executive Secretary, Bureau of Tertiary Institutions (2010 – 2011) & .pioneer Vice Chancellor, Tai Solarin University of Education (2005 – 2010) Deputy National President, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (2014 - date President, Association of Nigerian Geographers (2016 - date) Provost, College of Engineering and Environmental Sciences, OOU (2014 - date)

Member's Information

  • DATE OF BIRTH:
  • 31st May, 1957
  • PLACE OF BIRTH:
  • Lagos, Nigeria
  • COUNTRY:
  • Nigeria
  • MARITAL STATUS:
  • Married with Children
Ph.D University of Benin, Benin-City, Nigeria 1989
Master of Arts (M..A.) Development Studies (Regional Development and Planning) 1991
Master of Arts (M..A.) Institute of Social Studies, The Hague,The Netherlands, December 1983
Master of Urban and Regional Planning, (M.URP.), University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 1983
B.Sc. (Hons).Geography (Science), 2nd Class Upper, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 1980
B.Sc. (Hons).Geography (Science), 2nd Class Upper, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 1980
Higher School Certificate/Advanced Level – Geography, Mathematics and Chemistry., The Polytechnic Ibadan 1977

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 Member of the Federal Government of Nigeria Vision 20-20:20, Human Thematic Group; & Chairman, Human Capital Development Programme, Ogun State 2006 till date & Chairman, Transport and Logistics of the 15th National Sports Festival, 2006.

 Pioneer Executive Secretary of Ogun State Bureau of Tertiary Institutions, 2010 May –Sept. 2011.

 Pioneer Vice-Chancellor, 1st University of Education in Nigeria, TASUED 2005 – 2010.

(Re-configured the campus & established aesthetically pleasing and academically conducive landscape; initiated through Private Public Participation PPP involving individuals and corporate organisations a combine package of over N1.8billion physical assets. In 5 years, 19 major physical development projects were in place, with strong linkages with Banks and corporate organisations for donations of physical buildings, computers and supporting services. In addition, the TASUED that Prof. Oyesiku headed had 100% accreditation by the National University Commission (NUC) in its first accreditation just within three years of existence; came 1st position in the Best Individual Researcher Development Arts Category, at the 3rd Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair, 28th March 2008; awarded the Most Outstanding University of Education in Africa, August 2008, Accra Ghana, inducted into Africa Achievers’ Hall of Fame, 2008 Kwame Nkrumah Leadership Award, Accra Ghana, 17th November 2008.

 Senior Fulbright Scholar (USA, 1996 & 1997) Visiting Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia State, USA; The Netherlands fellowship Scholar 1990; & Dec. 2000 appointed a Professor, Development Studies, National University of Lesotho, South Africa.

 Work Experience as A Consultant/Researcher to numerous Federal and State agencies, local and international and private organisations including the United Nations Population Funds, Federal Ministry of Transport, Nigerian Ports Authority in the fields of: Urban & Regional Planning; Transport Systems planning; Quantitative Techniques; Research Methodology; Human Capital Development; Strategic Management & Planning; Change Management & Process.

 Widely travelled academic and professional research activities taken to over 70 countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and America and over 300 major cities in the world, years before becoming Vice Chancellor in 2005.

 A versatile change management administrator, academic university teacher having over 260 academic publications, including 15 tertiary institutions audience textbooks.

 Attended over 108 local and international conferences, mostly presenting academic & research papers.

 Presented over 30 Distinguished Special Guest Lectures.

 Fellow, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT) and Fellow the Institute of Transport Administration of Nigeria (FITAN).

 Alumnus of University of Ibadan (1977-1983); University of Benin (1986-1989); The Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands 1990/91 and Harvard Business School Executive Education programme 2009 (Management of Change & Strategies).

 Professor of Urban and Regional Planning (since 1998) with specialisation in New Cities/Settlements planning, Comparative Urbanisation, Planning Administration, Transport System Planning and Administration & Research Methodology) at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye (1983 to date).



 Has over 59 cited Meritorious and Distinguished local and international awards.

School Certificate - Grade One (1) – Baptist Boys’ High School Abeokuta, 1975.

6. PRESENT ACADEMIC POSITION: Professor (since 1998) and Provost, College of Engineering and Environmental Sciences, Ibogun, Campus, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State.

7. IMMEDIATE PAST POSITION: Executive Secretary, Ogun State Bureau of Tertiary Institutions, Office of the Governor of Ogun State, Okemosan, Abeokuta. Ogun State. May 2010 – August 2011.

8. PREVIOUS JOB STATUS: Pioneer Vice Chancellor, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State. 2005-2010.

9. POSTAL ADDRESS: Home Address: 1, Olufunmilayo Oyesiku Close, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State. Tel. +234-37779823; Office: Olabisi Onabanjo University, PMB 2002, Ago-Iwoye. Ogun State.

10. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES.

(i) University of Benin, Benin City, 1986 – 1990.

(ii) The Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands. August 1990 – December 1991.



(iii) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, 1981 – 1983.

(iv) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 1977 – 1980.

(v) Polytechnic Ibadan, Ibadan, 1975 – 1977.

(vi) Baptist Boys’ High School, Abeokuta, 1971 – 1975.

(vii) St’ David’s Primary School, Lafiaji, Lagos. 1963 – 1970.

11. UNIVERSITY TEACHING AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: 33 years (1983 to date).

B. ACADEMIC AWARDS AND DISTINCTION

(i) FY 2001 Fulbright Alumni Initiative Award Grants – 2002.

(ii) Senior Fulbright Research Scholar Award , United States Government, 1996 to 1997.

(iii) The Netherlands Government Fellowship, 1990-1991



(iv) Federal Government of Nigeria Postgraduate Scholarship, 1981-1983

(v) Faculty of Natural Sciences, Polytechnic of Ibadan,
Best Student in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Geography, 1975/76 Session. 1976.

C. WORKING EXPERIENCE

1. Appointments – Academic and Others

(i) Professor, Transport Management and Planning, Department of Transport Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Oyo State Nigeria. Appointment on Sabbatical Leave Sept. 2011 to August 2013.

(ii) Executive Secretary, Bureau of Tertiary Institutions 2010 April to 2011 Aug. (Supervising and superintending all the 10 (ten) state public tertiary institutions including the Universities, Polytechnics, College of Education and College of Health Technology – about 70,000 students, about 5,00 staff and about N20billion annual budget.

(iii) Pioneer Vice Chancellor, Tai Solarin University of Education 2005 March to March 2010 (First University of Education in Nigeria) Academic & Administrative head of over 800 staff and 19,000 full time and part-time students & managing over N3billion of annual budget and N6 billion assets.

(vi) Professor, Department of Development Studies, National University of Lesotho ……………………… 2001 (un-utilised)

(v) Visiting Professor, Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Blacksburg. Department of Urban Affairs and Planning, College of Architecture and Urban Studies as a Research Scholar under Fulbright Research Award Sept.1996 to July 1997.

(vi) Associate Lecturer/Professor, Centre for Technology Policy, Lagos. 1998 to 2000 (as Associate Lecturer/Professor in the Executive MBA and Specialist M.Sc. in Technology Management programme) MBA 813/ MTP 808 Research Methodology.

(vii) Adjunct Professor, Strategic Management Centre (SMC), Lekki Pennisula, Lagos. 1998 to 2000 (as Associate Lecturer in the MBA programmes in Strategic Management) MBA 825 Research Methodology.

(viii) Town Planning Officer, Ogun State Ministry of Lands and Housing, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. As Town Planning Officer I 7/1981, to 12/1982.

* Physical Planning Design and Services Provisions Supervision. Design of Industrial and Residential Estate Layouts at Agbara, near Lagos; Supervision of provision of site and services for the estate at Agbara; Supervision of construction of infrastructures and sewerage systems for the estate.

* Acting Chief Executive Officer, Sagamu Zonal Town Planning Authority.

Monitoring of residential layouts development; Supervision of provision of public services at the city GRA, Sagamu; Supervision of provision of public services (light, water, drainage etc) at the trailer car park, Sabo.

(ix) College of Arts and Arabic Studies, Sokoto, Sokoto State, Nigeria as Senior Teacher/Instructor,. 9/1980 to 7/1981

2. Academic Appointments: Teaching and Research (at Ogun State University, Now Olabisi Onabanjo University)

(a i. ) Appointments Administrative Provost, College of Engineering and Environmental Sciences, Ibogun Campus, ......... 2014 October till date

Dean, Faculty of the Social Sciences of the University …..2004 August to 2005 April before appointment Vice Chancellor of first University of Education in Nigeria, Tai Solarin University of education, Ijagun Ijebu-Ode.

(Administration of Four Academic Departments; 10 Academic programmes; Over 6200 undergraduates students, 200 postgraduate students; 40 Academic and 30 Non-Teaching staff)

Dean, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences of the University ………………..1999 October to 2000 Feb.

(Administration of Seven Academic Departments; 15 Academic programmes; Over 6700 undergraduates students, 500 postgraduate students; 80 Academic and 60 Non-Teaching staff)

Acting Dean, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences of the University……..1997 August – 1999 October

(Administration of Seven Academic Departments; 15 Academic programmes; Over 5700 undergraduates students, 400 postgraduate students; 750 Academic and about 60 Non-Teaching staff)

Head, Department of Geography and Regional Planning…………………… 2001 August – 2004 August (Administration of 400 undergraduates; 50 postgraduate students; 17 Academic Staff and 5 Non-Teaching Staff).

Head, Department of Geography and Regional Planning…………………… 1995 March - 1996 Sept. (Administration of 200 undergraduates; 150 postgraduate students; 17 Academic Staff and 5 Non-Teaching Staff).

(a ii.) Appointments - Promotion

Professor of Urban and Regional Planning ......……….. 1998 November to date.
Reader in Urban and Regional Planning ..........…………… 1995 October – 1998 October
Senior Lecturer and Co-ordinator of Postgraduate Programmes in Transportation …..1992 - 1995
Lecturer I …………………………………………………………………………….…….. 1989 - 1992
Lecturer II ……………………………………………………………………………….…. 1986 - 1989
Assistant Lecturer ……………………………………..…………………………………...1984 - 1986
(b) Teaching and Research in the University

(i). Ogun State University (Now Olabisi Onabanjo University), Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria as Lecturer and Researcher 1/1983 to date.

(ii) Undergraduate and Postgraduate Projects Supervision Experience Since 1986

Undergraduate Projects Supervised – 70 (1986 – to date)

M.Sc. Transport Theses Supervised - 65 (1994 to date)

Postgraduate Diploma in Transport Research Projects Supervised- 35 (1994 to date)

Master in Business Administration (MBA) Projects Supervised– 53 (1996 to date)

Ph.D. Theses supervised and graduated 7; Under Supervision – 8 (1996 to date)

(iv) Undergraduate and Postgraduate Projects Supervision Experience at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology 2011 to 2012 Undergraduate Projects Supervised – 29 (2011 – to date)

M.Sc. Transport Theses Supervised - 5 (2011 to date)

Postgraduate Diploma in Transport Research Projects Supervised- 1 (2011 to date)

Ph.D. Theses under supervision – 3 (2011 to date)

D. RESEARCH /PROFESSIONAL/ACADEMIC INTERNATIONAL STUDY VISITS BELGIUM, 1991; BENIN. 1981, 1996; 2015; BRAZIL, 2013; BURKINA FASO, 1994; CAMEROON, 1988, 1990, 1994; CANADA, 1997, 2016; CHINA 2001; COTE D’IVOIRE, 1994; EGYPT, 2007; ENGLAND, 1982, 1985, 1991, 2003, 2005; 2008 FRANCE, 1991; GABON, 1995; GAMBIA,2012; GERMANY, 1991; 2005; 2012 GHANA, 1990, 1995 1996; HONG-KONG, 2009; ISRAEL, 2007; JAPAN, 2001; KENYA, 1994; 2015; SOUTH-KOREA 2001; LESOTHO, 1999; LIBERIA, 1994; LUXEMBOURG; 1991; MALI, 1995; MAURITANIA, 2012; MEXICO, 2001; NAMIBIA, 1999; NIGER, 1981, 1990; NETHERLANDS, 1990-91; 1997; PORTUGAL 2010; SENEGAL,1994, 2012; SOUTH-AFRICA, 1999; 2008; TANZANIA, 1996; 2015; TOGO, 1994; 2002; TURKEY, 2004; UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, 2012; USA 1996 – 1997; 2007; 2008; 2016.

E. SELECTED RECENT CONSULTANCY/RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AS THE PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT

S/N TITLE OF CONSULTANCY SERVICE CLIENT DATE
1 MOSHHOD ABIOLA POLYTECHNIC, ABEOKUTA 965 HECTARE CAMPUS MASTERPLAN. MOSHOOD ABIOLA POLYTECHNIC, ABEOKUTA. 2009 JUNE TO DATE
2 MASTERPLAN OF 522 HEADLEASE ALONG LAGOS/IBADAN EXPRESSWAY, MAGBORO, OGUN STATE GATEWAY CITY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LTD 2008 TO DATE
3. COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF PRIVATE SECTOR LED CARGO AIRPORT INVESTMENT IN NIGERIA: THE CASE OF AIR CARGO AIRPORT IN OGUN STATE GTK, ASSOCIATES, LAGOS 2007.
4. DETERMINANTS OF DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE: THE CASE OF SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF AIRPORTS IN NIGERIA.

GTK ASSOCIATES, LAGOS 2004 – 2006
5. CENSUS OF FUEL FILLING STATIONS, TELE-COMMUNICATION MASTS AND WITHIN CITY MECHANIC LAND USES THROUGHOUT OGUN STATE. OGUN STATE GOVERNMENT, BUREAU OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND PHYSICAL PLANNING JUNE 2006 – NOV. 2007
6. BASELINE TRAFFIC CENSUS AND ANALYSIS OF THE SAGAMU-ABEOKUTA HIGHWAY AND NEW SAGAMU-ABEOKUTA EXPRESSWAY USER CHARGES ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OGUN STATE GOVERNMENT, OGUN STATE ROAD MAINTENANCE AGENCY (OGROMA) DEC. 2003 – MARCH 2004
7. BASELINE SURVEY (REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, GENDER ISSUES) OF THE 5TH COUNTRY PROGRAMME OF ASSISTANCE FOR OGUN STATE UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUNDS, NIGERIA, ABUJA. JAN. 2004 _- May 2005

8. LAND USE INVENTORY AND ANALYSIS OF THE OGUN STATE REGIONAL MASTER PLAN CPMS/ OGUN STATE GOVERNMENT OCT. 2003 – MARCH 2004

9. POLICY PREPARATION ON NON MOTORISED TRANSPORT IN NIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, ABUJA. SEPT. NOV. 2002

10. RESEARCH (& BOOK PROJECT) ON “MAKING NIGERIA MOBILE”: FEDERAL MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, ABUJA. JANUARY – MARCH 2003



11 TRAILER PARK RESIDENT TIME AND CAPACITY UTILISATION NPA, TIN CAN ISLAND PORT JANUARY, 2000

12. EXTERNAL THROUGH TRAFFIC (SERVICE LANE) IMPROVEMENT NPA, TIN CAN ISLAND PORT MARCH, 2000

13. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF HEAVY VEHICLES ON MARINE LIVES AROUND THE SEAPORTS NPA, TIN CAN ISLAND PORT NOV. 2000

14. SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY AND POVERTY PROFILE OF IJEBU-ODE (WITH PROF. O. O. ODUGBEMI) DEVELOPMENT POLICY CENTRE, IBADAN 1998-2000

15. MIGRANT FISHERMEN AND THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF THEIR CHILDREN IN THE RIVERINE AREAS OF OGUN STATE. (WITH PROF. ONAKOMAIYA AND OTHERS) OGUN STATE GOVERNMENT

1990 16. IJEBU-ODE MASTER PLAN: SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY (WITH PROF. OYENEYE AND OTHERS) I.P.P.C.. /MAKINTERPLAN ASSOCIATES LAGOS (FOR OGUN STATE GOVERNMENT) 1988 – 1990

17. DEFENSIVE DRIVING AND EFFECTIVE MAINTENANCE OF VEHICLES UNION BANK OF NIG. PLC DECEMBER, 1998

18. EFFECTIVE MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR REVENUE GENERATION NPA, APAPA PORT. OCT. 1999, NOV.1999

19. EFFICIENT INTERNET AND ELECTRONIC MAIL UTILISATION FOR CORPORATE PERFORMANCE. UNION BANK OF NIG. PLC MAY, 2001

20. ENHANCING INPUT – OUTPUT PERFORMANCE THROUGH SOCIAL RESEARCH, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS JUSTICE, PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT COM MISSION, IJEBU-ODE. MAY 2001

21. ADVANCES MANAGEMENT SKILL FOR CORPORATE PERFORMANCE LEADWAY ASS. CO. LTD. SEPT.2001



22. CHANGE: THE PERMANENT ORGANISATION PROCESS LEADWAY ASS. CO. LTD MARCH 2002.

F. Some Recent Public Distinguished Guest Lectures

1. Tertiary Education in the 21st Century for Regional Integration and Development. Being the West African Union University Guest Lecture, delivered on Friday 6th February, 2015 at the West African Union University Hall, Cotonou, Republic of Benin.

2. Entrepreneurship: A Solution to Youth Unemployment – The Role of Voluntary Organizations. A Distinguished Guest of Honour Lecture delivered at the Investiture Ceremony Rotary Club of Obantoko, on Saturday, 30th August, 2014 at the Dagunro Suite, Somorin Road, Obantoko, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

3. Creative Leadership : The Challenges to Administrators and Academic Staff in Development in the University System. Guest Lecture presented at the Second COLLOQUIUM of Adeleke University, Ede, Osun State, held at the University Auditorium, on Thursday, 10th October, 2013

4. Urban Mobility: Options and Effects of Intermodal Splits in Lagos. Guest Lecture presented at the 2013 Lagos State Government world Habitat Day Commemoration held on 7th October, 2013, at Ikeja, Lagos, Lagos State.

5. Nigerian National Development: Governance Beyond Leadership Change. Guest Public Lecture presented at the Installation Ceremony of Rotn Dr.Adelaja Atewologun as the 30th President of Rotary Club of Ijebu Ode, on 21st September, 2013, at Grand Inn and Suites, Ijebu-Ode.

6. Integrated Transport System: A Veritable Tool for Achieving Sustainable Economic Development. Being a paper presented as the Guest Speaker at The Institute of Transport Administration in Nigeria held at the Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, Saturday, 2nd February 2013, at the Award Ceremony for Distinguished Personalities in Transport Development in Nigeria.

7. Economic Implications of Consolidation or Unbundling the Transport Ministries and Agencies in Nigeria. Lead Paper Presentation at the Induction of the Newly Elected and Advanced Diploma Holders, held at the Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja Lagos, on 16th February, 2012.

8. Planners and City Planning Practices: Beyond the Rhetoric of Development Control. A Public Lecture presented at the Commissioning of the Headquarters and Secretariat of Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Ogun State Chapter, Abeokuta, held 6th October, 2011.

9. Nigeria at Half a Century: The Future of the Next Generation. 2011 BBHS 1994 Set Alumni Distinguished Personality Address Presented at the 2011 BBHS 1994 Set Alumni Reunion Dinner Held at OGD Hall, Baptist Boys High School Abeokuta, 1st October, 2011.

10. Whither Nigeria at 50? Beyond the Rhetoric of Failed State. Nigeria at 50 Celebration Lecture and 2010 Alumni Lecture, University of Ibadan Alumni Association, Ogun State Branch, held at Federal Psychiatric Hospital Conference Hall, Aro, Abeokuta, Thursday 25th November 2010.

11. Contemporary Global Economic Dynamics and Impact on Sustainable Development. 2009 Annual Lecture & Luncheon of Government College, Ibadan, Old Boys’ Association, held at Chris Ogunbanjo Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Erunwon, Ijebu, Sunday 27th September 2009.

12. Global Economic Crisis, the Environment and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. The Maiden edition of the College of Social and Management Sciences Distinguished Annual Lecture, Osun State University, Okuku campus, Osun State, held on Tuesday 28th April, 2009.

13. Economic Meltdown: The Implications for Development in Nigeria, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Ijebu Ode Branch Inauguration Distinguished Public Lecturer, held at the Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, 6th May, 2009.

14. Global Economic Recession and Management of Change. A Public Guest Lecture on the 2009 Anniversary Dinner of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria, Abeokuta District Society, held at Internal Revenue Service complex, Abeokuta, held on Thursday 5th March, 2009.

15. The Role of the Electorate Before, During and After the Elections in Nigeria. 2008 Public Lecture delivered on Tuesday 16th September 2008, at the Cultural Centre, Abeokuta, on the Occasion of the 2008 Democracy Day organised by Ogun State Independent Electoral Commission, Abeokuta.

16. Interest Groups and Institutional Management in a Developing Economy – Nigeria. 10th Alumni Lecture delivered on Saturday 12th January 2008, at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta, on the Occasion of the 11th Convention of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Alumni Association.

17. The Impact of Globalisation on Energy Consumption and the Environment. 1st Professor Luke. O. Olajuyin Annual Lecture Series, held at main Conference Hall, Conference Centre, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Weds. 10th October 2007.

18. Cities: What Hope for our future Development. 2006 World Habitat Day Celebration of the Lagos State Government, held at the State Secretariat Auditorium, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos, 14th October, 2006.

19. Physical Planning Within the Context of the Millennium Development Goals (mdgs) in Nigeria. 1st National Conference of Urban and Regional Planning Department, Yaba College of Technology, Yaba Lagos, on Millennium Development Goals Initiatives (MDGs) and Environmental Sustainability, Held at Yaba Tech, Lagos. 10th-13th October, 2006.

. 20. Leadership and Sustainable Development: The Imperative to Young Nigerians. INDUCTION GUEST LECTURE. Presented at the Installation/Induction Luncheon for the 2006 – 2007 Rotary Year of the Rotary Club of Igbobi – Central, District 9110 Nigeria held at Rotary Pavilion, National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi, Lagos, on 5th August 2006.

21. Sustainable National Development: The Challenges of Present Generation of Nigerians. LUNCHEON LECTURE, presented at the celebration of 40th Graduation Anniversary and 45th Years of 1961-1965 Set of Baptist Boys’ High School, Abeokuta, held at National Union of Teachers’ Secretariat, Abeokuta, 19th March 2006.

22. Reaching for Greater Height: The Challenges for the Next Decade. Being a lecture delivered at Christ the King Catholic College on the 10th anniversary of the College, held at the College Odolewu, Ogun state, held 7TH November, 2005.

23. The Future of Colleges of Education and Polytechnics in Nigeria, being a lecture delivered .at 10th Annual Foundation Lecture/Symposium of Fafunwa Educational Foundation, held at Greetings Hall, Yoruba Tennis Club, Onikan, Lagos, on Friday 23rd September, 2005.

24. Making Tai Solarin University of Education the Education University beyond 21st Century, being an Induction Address, at the Vice Chancellor Induction Ceremony, held at the Tai Solarin University of Education, 4th April 2005.

25. The State and Socio-Economic Development Engineering: The Role of Built Environment Professionals .Nigerian Institute of Architects’ 2003 Annual Dinner Guest Public Lecture, held at the Nigerian Union of Teacher’s Hall, Abeokuta, Thursday 27th November 2003.

26. A better Way to live in a Depressing Society. 2003/2004 Rotary Club of Ijebu-Ode Presidential Installation, Guest Lecture, held at Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, Saturday 2nd August 2003..

27. Secondary School Education: Key to National Development. 80th Anniversary of Baptist Boys’ High School , Abeokuta Guest Lecture, held at of Baptist Boys’ High School Hall, Tuesday 21st January 2003.

28. Sustainable National Development: The Requisite Changes in You and I. 20th Anniversary Lecture of the 1982 set of Baptist Boys’ High School, Abeokuta, held at of Baptist Boys’ High School Hall, Abeokuta, Sat. 18th January 2003.

29. Census 2001: The Planning and Management of Information System – Charting a New Course. First Distinguished Personality National Lecture, organised by the National Population Commission, held at the Cultural Centre, Abeokuta, 10th February 2000.

30. Socio-Economic Consequences of Urbanisation in Africa. 2000 Special Guest Lecture Luncheon of the Association of Masters in Business Administration Alumni of the Ogun State University, held at Yisade Hotel, 22nd July, 2000.

31. Role of Business Administrators and Managers in the Next Millennium. 1999 Business Administration Students’ Association Public Forum held at the Adegunwa Hall, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 26th July 1999.

32. Manpower Opportunities for Geographers and Planners in the Next Century. 1999 Geography and Regional Planning Students’ Association Public Lecture held at the Adegunwa Hall, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 24th August 1999.

33. Physics in Transportation. Nigerian Institute of Physics 21st Annual Conference Theme Speaker, held at the Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 23rd September 1998.

34. The New City Concept as City Planning Strategy: Comparative African and American Experience. The Department of Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech.) Guest Talk, held at Donaldson Brown Hotel Conference Room, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, Thursday 10th April 1997.

35. Cities Stratification and Human Development: The African and American Experience. The International Club of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech.) International Coffee Hour Talk, held at the Cranwell Centre, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, Friday 14th March 1997.

G. SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (i) DISSERTATIONS

1991 "Transportation and Regional Development: An Exploration in the Nigerian Case". Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague., The Netherlands.

1990 "Inter-city Travel Patterns in Nigeria: A Case Study of Ogun State" Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Benin, Benin City.

1983 "Revitalisation and Design of Traditional Markets in Urban Centres in Nigeria: Application to Abeokuta, Ogun State Capital" Unpublished M.URP. (Master of Urban and Regional Planning) Dissertation, Centre for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

(ii) BOOKS

1. Oyesiku, O. K. (2011) Governance and the Vulnerables. Ago-Iwoye: Olabisi Onabanjo University. xxiv + 270 pages.

2. Oyesiku, O. K. (2010) New Cities in Urban and Regional Development Planning. Lagos: Longman. xix + 355 pages.

3. Oyesiku, K., Ogunsaju, S. and Olusanya, J. (eds.) (2009): Tai Solarin University of Education: Growth and Development. Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode: Tai Solarin University of Education Press. ix + 374 pages.

4. Oyesiku, K., Ogunsaju, S. and Oni, J. (eds.) (2009): Contemporary School Administration in Nigeria. Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode: Tai Solarin University of Education Press. vi + 250 pages.

5. Oyesiku, O.O, and Gbadamosi, K. T.(eds.) (2008): Port Administration and Development in Nigeria. Ibadan: Heinemann Books Publishers (Nig.) Ltd. xii + 267 pages.

6. Oyesiku, O.O, Odunaike, K and Awoyele, O (eds.) (2005): Academic Ethos in Contemporary Universities: The Challenges in Transiting Institutions. Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode: Tai Solarin University of Education Press. vii + 90 pages.

7. Oyesiku, O.K. and Omitogun, O. (2004): Basic Statistics for Social and Management Sciences. Olabisi Onabanjo University Press – Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ago-Iwoye. xxi + 298 pages.

8. Oyesiku, O. K. (2002): “From Womb to Tomb” Inaugural Lecture, Olabisi Onabanjo University Press, Ago-Iwoye, iv + 72 pages.

9. Onakomaiya, S. O and Oyesiku, O. K (2002)(eds.): Environment, Planning and Development in Nigeria. College Press and Publishers Ltd. .xiii + 145 pages.

10. Odugbemi, O.O. and Oyesiku, O. K. (2001)(eds.): Research Methodology in Social and Management Sciences. Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ago-Iwoye. ix + 311 pages..

11. Onakomaiya, S. O, Odugbemi, O. O, Oyesiku, O. K and Ademiluyi, I. A. (2000)(eds.): Regional Perspectives of Ogun State.. Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ago-Iwoye. .xiii + 632 pages.

12. Oyesiku, K. (2000): Fundamentals of Research Methodology. Higher Education Books Publishers, Ikeja. ix+176 pages.

13. Oyesiku, O.K. and Omitogun, O. (1999): Statistics for Social and Management Sciences. Higher Education Books Publishers, Lagos. xvi + 311 pages.

14. Oyesiku, O. K., Abosede, A. J., Kajola, S. O., and Napoleon, S. G. (1999): Basics of Operation Research. Centre for Sandwich Programme, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, xiii + 533 pages.

15. Oyesiku, O.K. (1998): Modern Urban and Regional Planning Law and Administration in Nigeria. Kraft Books Limited, Ibadan. 264 pages.

16. Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): Understanding Multiple Regression Analysis. Higher Education Book Publishers: Lagos, vii + 145 pages.

17. Odugbemi, O.O., Oyesiku, O.K., and Badejo, B.A. (eds.) (1993): Development Project Planning and Implementation in Nigeria - The Local Perspectives. Maokus Publishers, Lagos. xiii + 201 pages.

18. Oyeneye, O.Y.,. Oyesiku, O.K. and Edewor, P.A. (eds.) (1993)): Nigerian Culture and Citizen Education. Maokus Publishers, Lagos. xii + 212 pages.

19. Onakomaiya, S.A., Oyesiku, O.K. and Jegede, F.J. (eds.) (1992): Ogun State In Maps. Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. iii + 187 pages.

20. Faniran, A., Odugbemi, O.O., Oyesiku, O.K. and Oyesanwen, A.G. (eds.) (1987): Ago-Iwoye Region. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, (Publication No. 2.), vii +112 pages.

21. Faniran, A., and Odugbemi, O.O, and Oyesiku, O.K. (eds.) (1987): Rural Development in Ogun State, Nigeria. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, (Publication No.1), xxxii + 394 pages.

(iii) - ACCEPTED BOOKS FOR PUBLICATION

22. Oyesiku, O. K., Ogunsanya, A. A. and Adesanya, Soji (In Press since 2008) Transport and Regional Development in Nigeria .

(iv) – MONOGRAPHS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS

23. Oyesiku, O.K. (2009): Global Economic Crisis, the Environment and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. The College of Social and Management Sciences Distinguished Annual Lecture, Osun State University, Okuku campus, Osun State, 54 pages.

24. Oyesiku, O. K. (2004): “ Baseline Survey on Reproductive Health (RH), Gender and Advocacy for the 5th Country Programme of Assistance – Ogun State Report. Report Submitted to the United Nations Population Funds (UNFPA), Abuja, 192 pages.

25. Ogunsanya, A. A., Samaila, A. G., Oyesiku, O. K., Adesanya, A., Okechukwu, O. et. al. (2002): Evolving Non-Motorised Transport Policy in Nigeria. Report Submitted to the Federal Ministry of Transport by the National Committee of Non-Motorised Transport in Nigeria, Abuja, 65 pages.

26. Odugbemi, O.O. and Oyesiku, O.O. (1998): Socio-Economic Survey and Poverty Profile of Ijebu-Ode. Research Report submitted to Development Policy Centre, Ibadan,.120 pages.

27. Oyeneye, O.Y and Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): Mobilisation for Grassroots Participation and Transformation Through Community Development Associations (CDAs). A Technical Report submitted to the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Hamburg, Germany (Nigerian Office, Lagos). 27 pages.

28. Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): Operations and Management of Mass Transit/ Public Transport by the State and Local Government in Nigeria. A Report and Policy Recommendations, Submitted to the Federal Urban Mass Transit Programme, Presidency, Lagos. 24 pages.

29. Oyeneye, O.Y., Ajibade, E. S and Oyesiku, O.K.(1993): Academic Culture in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria: The Practice and Ethics. A Technical Report and Policy Recommendations submitted to the Federal Colleges of Education, Osilele, Abeokuta. 32 pages.

30. Oyesiku, O.K. (1992): Urban Development Goals, Objectives and Policy Considerations For Nigeria. A Technical Memorandum Prepared and Submitted to the National Committee of National Urban Development Policy, Federal Min. of Works and Housing, Lagos. 27 pages.

31. Odugbemi, O.O., Oyesiku, O.K. and Badejo, D. (1992): Planning, Financing and Implementing Development Projects at the Local Level in Ogun State. A Report and Policy Recommendations Prepared and Submitted to the Bureau of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Office of the Executive Governor of Ogun State, Abeokuta. 31 pages.

32. Onakomaiya, S.O., Oyesiku, O.K.. et. al.(1990): Migrant Fishermen and the Educational Needs of Their Children in the Riverine Areas of Ogun State. A Monograph based on Research Report Prepared and Submitted to the Ogun State Government, Ministry of Education, Abeokuta, Ogun State. 143 pages.

33. Shoremi, M., and Oyesiku, O.K. (1989): The Knowledge Attitudes and Media Habits of the People of Ogun State on Expanded Programme on Immunisation. A Monograph based on Research Report Prepared and Submitted to the Nigerian C.C.C.D. Project Kaduna.,(An Affiliate of the Health Communication Project, Lagos). 122 pages.

34. Oyeneye, Y., Odugbemi, O.O.. Oyesiku, O.K. et. al.(1988): Ijebu-Ode Master Plan: Socio-Economic Survey. A Monograph based on Report for the I.P.P.C.. /MAKINTERPLAN Associates Lagos, for the Ijebu-Ode and Environs Master Plan Project. 188 pages.

35. Faniran, A., Odugbemi, O.O. and Oyesiku, O.K. (1987): Community Organisation and Mobilisation for Increased Productivity in Ogun State. A Report and Policy Recommendations Prepared and Submitted to Ogun State Rural Development Board, Office of the Ogun State Military Government, Abeokuta. 79 pages.

36. Faniran, A., Odugbemi, O.O. and Oyesiku, O.K. (1986): Strategies for Effective Rural Development and Planning in Ogun State. A Report and Policy Recommendations for Ogun State Rural Development Board.

(v) – PUBLISHED LEARNED JOURNAL ARTICLES

37. Somuyiwa, A.O., Oduwole, A. O. and Oyesiku, K. O. (2016): Appraisal of Cost Performance in Nigerian Airports, Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 39-49.

38. Oyesiku, O. K., Somuyiwa, A. O. and Oduwole, A. O. (2016): Analysis of Airport Productivity and Efficiency Performance in Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 12, March, pp.147 – 168.

39. Oyesiku, O. K. (2016): “Analysis of Mobility Patterns and Challenges of Transportation Needs of the Elderly in a Fast Growing City in Nigeria”. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 141 – 154.

40. Oyesiku, O. K. (2015): “Planners and Challenges of Management of Nigerian Cities”. Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners , Volume xxiii (2), October, pp. 121-143.

41. Oyesiku, O. K. (2015): “State of Transportation in Nigeria: Consolidation or Unbundling the Transport Ministries and Agencies in Nigeria”. Logistics and Transport Digest – Journal of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Nigeria, Volume 2 (3), April, pp. 9 - 12.

42. Oyesiku, O. K. and Odufuwa, B. O. (2014): “Professional Planners, Practice and the Future”. Annals of Social Science. Volume 1 (2 & 3), pp. 77 - 90.

43. Oyesiku, O. K. and Onakoya, A. (2014): “ Telecommunication and Travel Demand Relationship: The Nigerian Perspective in Relation to Economic Growth”. Nigerian Geographical Journal, Volume 10(1), Sept, pp. 97 - 117.

44. Odufuwa, O. B. and Oyesiku, O. O. (2014): “Transport Data Bank: A Prerequisite for National Development”, Ago-Iwoye Journal of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Vol.3, No. 1, , pp. 171 - 187.

45. Oyesiku, O. K. and O. Ugboma (2013): “Relative Performance and Productivity of Nigerian Seaports Using Data Envelopment Analysis”. Nigerian Geographical Journal, Volume 9(1): June, pp. 94 - 110.

46. *Oyesiku, K., Onakoya, A, .and Folawewo, A. (2013): ” An Empirical Analysis of Transport Infrastructure Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria”. Social Sciences. Vol. 2, No. 6, 2013, pp. 179-188.

47. Oyesiku, O. K. (2012): “Bus Rapid Transit Benefits in Developing Countries.” Nigerian Geographical Journal, Volume 8 (2), Sept, pp. 156 – 165.

48. Oyesiku, O. K. and Odufuwa, O. B. (2011): “City Liveability: Implications and Challenges”, Ibadan Planning Journal, Vol.1, No. 2, December, pp. 137 - 150.

49. Oyesiku, O. K. (2011): “Management of Road Transportation in Nigeria: The National Security Implications”, Constructive Management – Journal of Alumni Association of National Defence College, Nigeria, Vol.1, No. 3, October, pp. 29 - 56.

50. *Somuyiwa, A. O., Oyesiku, O. O. and Dosunmu, V. A. (2011): “Transport and Logistics Research and Impact of Capacity Building of Local Institutions in Nigeria”, American Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, Vol.2, No. 4, pp. 559 - 566.

51. *Oyesiku, K. O., Arigbabu, A. A., Odunaike, K. O. & Amoda, M. B. (2011): “Gender Inequalities in the Training of Teachers at Tai Solarin University of Education in Ogun State of Nigeria”. Academic Leadership Journal (ALJRSS), Volume 9 Issue 2 Spring 2011. .

52. Oyesiku, K. (2010): “ICT as Bedrock for Sustainable Educational System in African Development”, Development and Policy Issues in Africa, Vol.3, No. 2, September, pp. 1- 14.

53. *Somuyiwa, B and Oyesiku, K. (2010): “Analysis of Performance of Collaborative Information Sharing Cost in Outbound Logistics”, Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.2, No. 3, pp. 181-186.

54. *Odunaike, K. O. and Oyesiku, O. O. (2008): “Assessment of Students’ Achievement in Business education in Tai Solarin University of education in Ogun State, Nigeria’, International Business Management. Vol. 2, No. 5, pp. 179 – 181.

55. Oyesiku, O. K and Odufuwa, B. O. (2008): “Globalisation and its Impact on Energy consumption and the Environment”. Journal of Geography, Environment and Planning, Vol. 4, No. 1, August, pp. 56 - 69.

56. *Odunaike, K. O., Abimbola, O. A. and Oyesiku, O. O. (2007): “X-Raying the Benefits of Liberalization on Subscribers in the Telecommunication sector in South-Western part of Nigeria”, The Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 376 - 380.

57. Oyesiku, O. K. (2005): “Change Management: Concept and Application to Transiting Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria”, Journal of Educational Management International , Vol. 1, No. 2, September , pp. 1 -25.

58. Oyesiku, O. K. (2003): “Sustainable Urban Public Transport in Intermediate Cities in Nigeria”, Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners. Vol. XVI, October, pp. 35 – 44.

59. Oyesiku, O. K. (2002) “City Consultation Process Paradigm in Urban Planning”. Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners. Vol. XV, No.1, pp. 89 –96.

60. Oyesiku, O.K. and Asiyanbola, A. (2001): “Towards Effective Public Participation and Implementation of the New Urban and Regional Planning Law”. Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Vol. XIV, pp. 3 – 61.

61. Oyesiku, O.K. and Asikhia, O.U (1999) . “Analysis of Measurement Indicators of the Effect of Manpower Training and Development on Commercial Banks Performance”. Nigerian Journal of Social and Management Sciences. Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 23 – 34.

62. Oyesiku, O. K., Asiyanbola, R. A. and Sokefun J. A. (1999): “Review of the Nigerian Urban and Regional Planning Law”. Journal of Public Law and Practice. Vol. 1, No. 1, June, pp. 180 - 191.

63. Oyesiku, O.K. and Obadimeji, O. A. (1998). “Factors of Demand of Freight Transport in the Nigerian Petroleum Industry: Evidence from Lagos”. Journal of Transport Studies. Vol. 2, No. 1, 1998, pp. 46 – 62.

64. *Oyesiku, O.K. (1998): “The New Cities in Physical Planning and Development: The American and Nigerian Experiences”. African Journal of Urban and Regional Review, Vol.2, pp. 20 – 34.

65. *Oyesiku, O.K. (1998): “Urbanisation and Urban Management Crisis in Nigerian Cities: The Ethnic Violence Dimension”. African Journal of Urban and Regional Review, Vol.1, pp. 1 – 11.

66. Oyesiku, O.K. (1997): “The New City as a Physical Planning Strategy: The Conceptual Understanding”. Nigerian Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp 76 – 101.

67. Oyesiku, O.K. and Aluya, T. (1997): “Capacity Utilisation in Nigerian Seaports”. Nigerian Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp 21 – 36.

68. Oyesiku, O.K. (1996a): “Inter-City Travels and Telecommunications Relationship: An Exploratory Study in Nigeria”. Ife Social Sciences Review, Vol., and 13, Nos. 1 & 2, pp.-37 – 49.

69. Oyesiku, O.K. (1996b): "Regional Analysis of Transport Infrastructure and Socio-Economic Factors of Nigerian Development", Research for Development, Vol. 11, Nos.1 & 2, Vol. 12, Nos. 1 & 2, Jan. pp 112 - 128.

70. Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "An Analysis of Demand for Inter-Trip Generation Attributes of a Developing State in Nigeria", Journal of Transport Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp 17-28.

71. Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "Uncertainty in Decision Making and Implication for Planning Practices", Journal of Professional Educators, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp 38-51.

72. *Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "Solid Waste Management Crisis and Accessibility in Nigerian Cities", African Urban Quarterly, Vol. 10, Nos. 1 & 2, February and May, pp. 81 – 87.

73. Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): "Urban and Regional Planning Decree and Land Use Matters". Journal of Private and Property Law., Vol. 19, 20, & 21, pp. 53 -60.

74. Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "The Role of Government in Regional Development", Inter-Disciplinary Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, August, pp. 21-27.

75. Oyesiku, O.K. (1992): "Organisational Framework for Rural Development From the Grassroots in Nigeria", Nigerian Journal of Rural and Community Development. Vol. 4, No. 2, Dec., pp 23-30.

76. Oyesiku, O.K. (1992): "Factors of Urbanisation and The Third World Countries", Journal of Humanities, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 65-72.

77. Oyesiku, O.K. and Ogunyemi, B. (1990): "A Critical Analysis of Some Determinants of Students' Academic Performance in Secondary School Regional Geography", Journal of Professional Educators, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 243-262.

78. Oyesiku, O.K. (1989): "Constraints to Rural Productivity and Development: The Case of Ogun State, Nigeria". The Nigerian Journal of Rural and Community Development, Vol. 3., No.1, pp. 21-35.

(vi) - ACCEPTED JOURNAL ARTICLES FOR PUBLICATION

79. Odufuwa, B.A., Oyesiku, K. O. & Fasina, O. S. (2016) “Re-tooling Policy Freamework for Waste Management in Nigerian Cities”, ABU of URP Journal

80. Oyesiku, O. K. “Gender, Urban Poverty Alleviation and the City Consultation Process”. Journal of Philosophy and Development.

81. Odugbemi, O.O and Oyesiku, O.O. "Local Government Participation in Rural Development in Nigeria: The Ogun State Experience". Quarterly Journal of Administration.



82. Oyesiku, O.K. "Urbanisation and the Relation to Economic Development in The Third World Countries", LASU Journal of Humanities.

83. Oyesiku, O.K. "The Indigenous Economic Organisations and Rural Development in Nigeria", Journal of Social Studies.

(vii) – PUBLISHED CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

84. Oyesiku, K. (2014): “New Cities and Social Services: A Comparative Study if USA and Nigeria”, In Omuta, G. E. D. (eds.) Perspectives on Social Services in Nigeria. Ibadan: HEBN Publishers Plc., pp. 718 – 752.

85. Oyesiku, K. (2013): “Transport Infrastructure and Integrated National Development: An Overview”, In Yusuf, A. M., Odumosu, A. O., and Odeleye, J. A. (eds.) Contemporary Issues in Transport Development in Nigeria. Zaria: Nigerian Institute of transport Technology (NITT), pp. 24 – 46.

86. Oyesiku, K. (2011): “State Governance and Development”, In Oyesiku, O. K., (ed.) Governance and the Vulnerables. Ago-Iwoye: Olabisi Onabanjo University, pp. 1 – 10.

87. Oyesiku, K. (2011): “Youth Development Programmes – Human Capital Development”, In Oyesiku, O. K., (ed.) Governance and the Vulnerables. Ago-Iwoye: Olabisi Onabanjo University, pp. 64-89.

88. Oyesiku, K. (2011): “The State and Its future”, In Oyesiku, O. K., (ed.) Governance and the Vulnerables. Ago-Iwoye: Olabisi Onabanjo University, pp. 250 –264.

89. Oyesiku, K. (2011): “The Elders and State Stability”, In Oyesiku, O. K., (ed.) Governance and the Vulnerables. Ago-Iwoye: Olabisi Onabanjo University, pp. 172 – 211.

90. Oyesiku, K. (2011): “Higher Education for youth Empowerment: Opportunities, Capabilities and Second Chances”. In Babalola, J., Onuka, A., Oni, A., (eds.) Higher Education and Youth Preparation for Work and Leadership in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ibadan: Higher Education Research and Policy Network (HERPNET) HIS Lineage Publishing House, pp. 159 – 165.

91. Oyesiku, ‘K. (2009): “TASUED and the Journey in the Formative Years”, In Oyesiku, K., Ogunsaju, S. and Olusanya, J. (eds.) Tai Solarin University of Education: Growth and Development, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode: Tai Solarin University of Education Press, pp. 1 – 15.



92. Oyesiku, ‘K. (2009): “The Pioneering Challenges of the Vice Chancellor and the University Administration in the Formative Years”, In Oyesiku, K., Ogunsaju, S. and Olusanya, J. (eds.) Tai Solarin University of Education: Growth and Development, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode: Tai Solarin University of Education Press, pp. 37 – 73.

93. Oyesiku, ‘K. (2009): “The Changing Structure of Teacher Education in Nigeria”, In Oyesiku, K., Ogunsaju, S. and Oni, J. (eds.) Contemporary School Administration in Nigeria. Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode: Tai Solarin University of Education Press, pp. 56 – 78.

94. Oyesiku, O. O. and Ndikom, O. B. (2008): “Model of Port Development and Administration”, in Oyesiku, O.O, and Gbadamosi, K. T.(eds.) Port Administration and Development. Ibadan: Heinemann Books Publishers (Nig.) Ltd., pp. 53 – 73.

95. Oyesiku, O. O. and Ndikom, O. B. (2008): “Challenges of Port Administration and Development in Nigeria”, in Oyesiku, O.O, and Gbadamosi, K. T.(eds.) Port Administration and Development. Ibadan: Heinemann Books Publishers (Nig.) Ltd., pp. 233 – 249.

96. *Oyesiku, O. Kayode (2007): “Neighbourhood Segregation of the Nigerian Urban Spatial Structure: Security Implication and Consequences”. In Ranvinder, S. Sandhu and Jasmeet, Sandhu (eds.) Globalizing Cities: Inequality and Segregation in Developing Countries. New Delhi: Rawat Publications, Chapter 3.

97. Oyesiku, O. K. (2005): “Transport and Environment: Sustainable Transportation Strategies for Intermediate Cities in Nigeria”, in Onokerhoraye, A. G. and Omuta, G. E. D. (eds.) Perspectives on Development, Benin City: Centre for Population and Environmental Development, Chapter 17, pp.394-412.

98. Oyesiku, O.O, (2005): “Scholarly Distinctive Character of Academics in Transiting Tertiary Institution”, in Oyesiku, O.O, Odunaike, K and Awoyele, O (eds) Academic Ethos in Contemporary Universities: The Challenges in Transiting Institutions. Tai Solarin University of Education Press, pp. 4 – 7.

99. Oyesiku, O. K. (2004): “Policy Direction in Urban Transportation in Nigeria”, in Vandu-Chikolo, I., Ogunsanya, A. A., and Sumaila, A. G. (eds.) Perspectives on Urban Transportation in Nigeria. Zaria: Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology, Chapter 10, pp.171-202.

100. Oyesiku, O. K. (2004): “Networking the State”, in Onigbinde, A. (ed.) The New Deal: Agenda for Sustainable Development.. Ibadan: Frontline Books, Chapter 11, pp.140-163.

101. *Oyesiku, O. K. and Odufuwa, B. O. (2002): “ Gender Perspectives in Travel Behaviour of motorcycle passengers in Nigerian Intermediate Cities”. In Godard, X. and Fatonzoun, I.(eds.) Urban Mobility for All. Lisse, The Netherlands: A. A. Balkema (Swets & Zeitlinger B. V.), pp. 13 – 19.

102. *Oyesiku, O. K. (2002): “ Policy Framework for Urban Motorcycle public Transport System in Nigerian Cities”. In Godard, X. and Fatonzoun, I.(eds.) Urban Mobility for All. Lisse, The Netherlands: A. A. Balkema (Swets & Zeitlinger B. V.), pp. 255 – 261.

103. Oyesiku. O. K. and Ewedairo, K. S. (2001a): “Transportation in Ogun State”. In Onakomaiya, S. O, Odugbemi, O. O, Oyesiku, O. K and Ademiluyi, I. A. Local and Regional Perspectives of Ogun State.. Ago-Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ogun State University, pp. 113 – 127.

104. Oyesiku. O. K. and Ewedairo, K. S. (2001b): “Urban and Regional Planning”. In Onakomaiya, S. O, Odugbemi, O. O, Oyesiku, O. K and Ademiluyi, I. A. Local and Regional Perspectives of Ogun State.. Ago-Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ogun State University, pp. 186 – 195.

105. Oyesiku. O. K. (2001): “The Setting of Ago-Iwoye Region”. In Onakomaiya, S. O, Odugbemi, O. O, Oyesiku, O. K and Ademiluyi, I. A. Local and Regional Perspectives of Ogun State.. Ago-Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ogun State University, pp. 463 – 476.

106. Oyesiku, K. (2000a): “The City Consultation Process Paradigm and Urban Poverty Alleviation”. In NITP (ed.) The Role of Physical Planning and Development in Poverty Alleviation. Lagos: Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, pp. 5 – 14.

107. *Oyesiku, K. (2000b): “Transport-related Pollution Perspectives of the Use of Three-Wheelers Mode of Public transport in the Lagos Metropolis”. In Gonzalez Palomas, O. D. and Jamet, C. (eds.) Urban Transportation and Environment. Rotterdam: A. A. Balkema Publishers, pp. 227 – 232.

108. Oyesiku, K. (2000c): “Research Methodology: Introduction”. In Odugbemi, O. O. and Oyesiku, O. O. (eds.) Research Methods in the Social and Management Sciences. Ago-Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ogun State University, Chpt. 1. pp. 2 – 17.

109. Oyesiku, K (2000d): “Statistical and Data Analysis in Research”. In Odugbemi, O. O. and Oyesiku, O. O. (eds.) Research Methods in the Social and Management Sciences. Ago-Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ogun State University, Chpt. 14, pp. 334 – 379.

110. Oyesiku, O. K., and Oyedijo, I. A. (2000): “Concepts, Models and Theories in Researches”. In Odugbemi, O. O. and Oyesiku, O. O. (eds.). Research Methods in the Social and Management Sciences. Ago-Iwoye: Centre for Sandwich Programmes, Ogun State University, Chpt. 3, pp. 30 – 61.

111. Oyesiku, O.K. (1999): "Urban and Regional Planning in Lagos State". In Balogun, Y., Odumosu, T. and Ojo, K. eds. Lagos State In Maps, Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. pp. 43-47.

112. Oyesiku, O.K. (1999): "Water Transportation in Lagos State”. In Balogun, Y, Odumosu, T. and Ojo, K. eds. Lagos State In Maps, Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. pp. 68-71.

113. Oyesiku, O.K. (1999): " Lagos Island Local Government Area of Lagos State”. In Balogun, Y, Odumosu, T. and Ojo, K. eds. Lagos State In Maps, Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. pp. 150-153.

114. Oyesiku, O.K. (1998): “Sustainable City Planning: The New City Concept as Planning Strategy”. In W. A. Kadiri, (ed). Reflections on Nigerian Urban Planning Issues, DESI-OOA Publications, Abeokuta, pp. 55 – 81.

115. Oyesiku, O.K. and Kareem, A. J.(1998): “ Sustaining Water-Based Public Transport for Lagos Metropolis”. In Badejo, B.A. and Barwala, A. eds. Transport Development in Lagos Metropolis. Ibadan: Rex Charles Publishers, pp.55– 67.

116. *Oyesiku, O.K. and Ande T.(1996): "Potentialities and Utilisation of Laterites under the Abeokuta Formations and Undifferentiated Basement Complex Geologic Structures of South-western Nigeria". In Hamburg ed. International Laterite in Geosciences. University of Hamburg, Hamburg.

117. Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "Information and Data Management in Maritime Transport Sector (With Particular Reference to the Use of Computer." In Dele Badejo (ed.) Readings in Nigerian Maritime Transport. Fairweather Publishers, Lagos, pp 75 - 84.

118. Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "Rural Roads and Rural Transport". In Oludimu, O.L (ed.) The Management of Rural Resources - Book of Readings, Triumph Books Publishers, Ijebu - Ode, pp 172-185.

119. Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): "Public Transportation Planning and the Impetus for Violence in Lagos Metropolis". In Albert, I, et al. (eds.) Urban Management and Urban Violence in Africa. IFRA, Ibadan. pp. 363 -375.

120. Oyesiku, O.K. and Ande, T.(1993): "Nigerian Environment: Utilisation and Conservation Approaches", in Oyeneye, O.Y., Oyesiku, O.O. and Edewor, P.A. (eds.) Nigerian Culture and Citizenship Education, Maokus Publishers, Lagos, Chap. 15, pp. 189-196.

121. Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "Issues in Development Project Planning and Implementation". In Odugbemi, O.O., Oyesiku, O.O. and Badejo, B.A. (eds.) Development Project Planning and Implementation in Nigeria - The Local Perspectives, Maokus Publishers, Lagos, Chapter 2, pp. 13-26.

122. Oyesiku, O.K. and Badejo, B.A.(1993): "Development Project Planning: The Regional Planning Implications". In Odugbemi, O.O., Oyesiku, O.O. and Badejo, B.A. (eds.) Development Project Planning and Implementation in Nigeria - The Local Perspectives, Maokus Publishers, Lagos, Chapter 10, pp. 145-152.

123. Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "Profit Optimisation and Financing Mass Transit Operations by the Local Governments in Nigeria". In Zeneeth Consultants (ed.) Operation and Management of Mass Transit at the Local Level in Nigeria. Zeneeth Consultants, Ibadan, pp 78-98

124. .Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "The Place of the Land Use Act in the Nigerian Urban and Regional Planning Law of 1992". In NITP (ed.) The 1992 Urban and Regional Planning Law and the National Urban Development Policy: Charting a New Course for Physical Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Institute of Planners, Lagos, pp. 9-14.

125. Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "Publish or Perish: The Academic Syndrome in Tertiary Institutions". In Oyeneye, O.Y., Ajibade, E. S., and Oyesiku, O.O. (eds.) Academic Culture in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria: The Practice and Ethics. Monograph (Proceeding of Workshop) pp. 63 - 83.

126. Oyeneye, O.Y., Ajibade, E.S., and Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "Promotion of Academic Culture in Federal Colleges of Education in Nigeria". In Oyeneye, O.Y., Ajibade, E. S., and Oyesiku, O.O. (eds.) Academic Culture in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria: The Practice and Ethics, pp. 1- 5.

127. Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "State Survey: Oyo State", in Udo, R. K. and Mamman, A.B. (eds.) Nigeria: Giant in the Tropics - Volume 2, Gabumo Publishing Company, Lagos, Chap. 26, pp. 389 - 405 & 581-583.

128. Oyesiku, O.K. (1992): "Towards Effective Physical Planning Administration in Nigeria". In NITP (ed.) Urban Management in Nigeria in the Nineties: Problems and Opportunities. Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Lagos, pp. 22-32.

129. Oyesiku, O.K. (1992): "Traditional Markets in Ogun State". In Onakomaiya, S.A., Oyesiku, O.O and Jegede, F.J. (eds.) Ogun State In Maps. Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. Chap. 34 pp. 102-104.

130. Oyesiku, O.K. and Kadiri, W. (1992): "Urban and Regional Planning in Ogun State". In Onakomaiya, S.A., Oyesiku, O.O and Jegede, F.J. (eds.) Ogun State In Maps. Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. Chap. 17, pp. 48-50.

131. Oyesiku, O.K. and Kadiri, W. (1992): "Transportation: Inland Water Ways in Ogun State". In Onakomaiya, S.A., Oyesiku, O.O and Jegede, F.J. (eds.) Ogun State In Maps. Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. Chap. 19, pp. 54-55.

132. Oyesiku, O.K. and Kadiri, W. (1992): "Local Government Areas: Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government in Ogun State". In Onakomaiya, S.A., Oyesiku, O.O and Jegede, F.J. (eds.) Ogun State In Maps. Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. Chap. 42, pp. 128-130.

133. Oyesiku, O.K. and Kojeku, G.O.(1992): " Major Urban Centres in Ogun State: Abeokuta", in Onakomaiya, S.A., Oyesiku, O.O and Jegede, F.J. (eds.) Ogun State In Maps. Rex Charles Publications, Ibadan. Chap. 51, pp. 153-156.

134. Oyesiku, O.K. and Sunday John (1989): "National Integration and Rural Development in Nigeria: A Review and Prospects in the 3rd Republic". In NASA (ed.) Social Justice, National Integration and the Third Republic. NASA. Ago-Iwoye, pp. 89-101.

135. Oyesiku, O.K. (1987): "Organisational Framework for Rural Development and Planning in Ogun State". In Faniran, A., Odugbemi, O.O. and Oyesiku, O.O. (eds.): Rural Development in Ogun State, Nigeria. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, pp. 48 - 62.

136. Oyesiku, O.K. and Ademiluyi, A. I. (1987): "Housing in Rural Areas of Ogun State". In Faniran, A., Odugbemi, O.O. and Oyesiku, O.O. (eds.): Rural Development in Ogun State, Nigeria. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, pp. 235 - 246.

137. Oyesiku, O.K. (1987): "Land Use Analysis of Ago-Iwoye". In Faniran, A, Odugbemi, O.O., Oyesiku, O.O. and Oyesanwen, A.G. (eds.): Ago-Iwoye Region. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, pp. 46 - 52.

138. Oyesiku, O.K. and Odugbemi, O.O. (1987): "Traditional Markets Systems in Ago-Iwoye". In Faniran, A, Odugbemi, O.O., Oyesiku, O.O. and Oyesanwen, A.G. (eds.): Ago-Iwoye Region. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, pp. 87 - 94.

139. Odugbemi, O.O., and Oyesiku, O.K. (1986): "Effective Resource Management at the Local Government Level" In Oyeneye et al. (eds.) Effective Management at the Local Level. Social and Management Sciences Faculty, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, pp.170-190.

(viii) CHAPTERS IN BOOKS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION

140. Oyesiku, O. K. 2011. “Historical Development of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria”. In Kadiri, W. et al. (eds). State of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria. Abuja: Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Chapter. 2.

141. Oyesiku, O.K. : “Urban and Regional Planning Legislation and Administration”. In Agbola, T. ed. Elements of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria. Ibadan: Macmillan Press.

142. Oyesiku, O. K.: “Overland (Road, Rail and Pipelines) Transport in Nigeria”. In Balogun, O. Y. (ed.). Economic Atlas of Nigeria. Akoka, Lagos: University of Lagos.



143. Oyesiku, O. K. : “Sea and Inland Waterways Transport in Nigeria”. In Balogun, O. Y. (ed.). Economic Atlas of Nigeria. Akoka, Lagos: University of Lagos.

(ix) - PUBLISHED ARTICLES IN REFERRED CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS

144. *Oyesiku, K., Odufuwa, F. and Somuyiwa, B. (2009). “Passengers’ Satisfaction, Driver and Bus Scheduling: The Case of Lagos Metropolis Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Scheme”. CASPT (Eds.) Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Advanced Systems for Public Transport (CASPT 2009), Department of Civil Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong, www.psdas.gov.hk/content/doc/2007 - 4.../caspt09. pdf... (Abstract p. 63).

145. Oyesiku, O. K. (2003): : “Transport and Traffic Impact of the Use of Global System for Mobile Communications in Nigeria”. Oladiran, E. O., Awoderu, V. A. et al (eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Global System for Mobile Communication in Nigeria, Ago-Iwoye: Department of Physics, pp. 26 – 32.

146. *Oyesiku, O. K. and Oduwole, W. (2004): Determinants of Distribution of Investment Infrastructure: The Case of Spatial Distribution of Airports in Nigeria. ATRS (ed.) Emerging Roles of Major Airports in Air Transport System and Economy. Air Transport Research Society, British Columbia, Canada. CD/ATRS.

147. Oyesiku, O.K. (1998): ”Socio-Economic, Political and Financial Implications of Town Planning Edict 1997 on Physical Development of Lagos State”. In Lagos State Government (ed.) Implementation of Lagos State Urban and Regional Planning Board and Local Planning Authority Edict 1997: The Way Forward. Lagos: Ministry of the Environment and Physical Planning, pp. 32 – 48.

148. Oyesiku, O.K. (1997): “Sustaining the Nigerian New Cities: The Alternative Planning Approaches”. In NITP eds. Sustainable Cities for Nigeria in the 21st Century: The Way Forward. Nigerian Institute of Town Planners: Lagos, pp 1 – 7.

149. Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "Towards the Integration of Environmental Friendly Mode of Transportation into Transport Planning and Policies in Lagos Metropolis. In Omuta, G.E.D, Ikhoria, I. A and Avwunudiogba A (eds.) Geography and Sustainable Development Abstract of Papers. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, University of Benin, Benin City. p. 49.

150. Oyesiku, O.K. (1987): "Organisational Framework from the Grass-root for Rural Development in Nigeria". In Okpara, E.E. and Wigwe, G.A. (eds.) Resource Mobilisation for Rural Development - Book of Abstracts. (30TH Nigerian Geographical Association Conference, April 22-25), Imo State University, Okigwe, pp.40-41.

151. Oyesiku, O.K. and Odugbemi, O.O.(1987): "Local Government Participation in Rural Development in Nigeria: The Example of Ogun-State". In Okpara, E.E. and Wigwe, G.A. (eds.) Resource Mobilisation for Rural Development - Book of Abstracts. (30TH Nigerian Geographical Association conference, April 22-25), Imo State University, Okigwe, pp. 15-16.

152. Oyesiku, O.K. (1986): “ Markets in Urban Centres in Nigeria". In Hyde, R.J. (ed.) Organising Nigeria's Space Economy for National Development - Summaries of Papers. 29Th Annual Conference of Nigerian Geographical Association, April 27 - May 1), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, pp. 309-314.

(x) – PEER REVIEWED LEARNED CONFERENCE /WORKSHOP PAPERS WITH DATES

1. Somuyiwa, A. O., Oduwole, A. O. and Oyesiku, O. K. (2016): “Appraisal of Financial Performance and Financial Profitability in Nigerian Airports”. Paper presented at the 14th World Conference on Transport Research- WCTRS 2016, held at, Tongji University, Shanghai, China, 10-15 July 2016.



2. Oyesiku, K. O. (2016): “ Academic leadership and Quality Assurance in Higher Education”. The Special Guest Lead Paper, presented at the workshop/Colloquium on “Leadership Capacity for Higher Education in 21st Century”, organised by and held at Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, 21st June, 2016.

3. Oyesiku, K. O. (2016): “Managing Challenges of Electoral Logistics and Transportation in Nigeria”. Lead Paper presented at the Workshop on “DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE ELECTORAL OPERATIONAL AND LOGISTICS STRATEGIES FOR 2019, organized by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in collaboration with Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), held at Westown Hotels, Ikeja, Lagos, Lagos State, 12th – 18th June, 2016.

4. Oyesiku, O. K. (2015): “Best Practices of Logistics and Transport Education in Nigeria”. Paper presented at the 2015 Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International Convention, Best Practice Session Panel, held at Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Dubai, 13th - 16th September, 2015.

5. Oyesiku, O. K. (2015): “Transport and Logistics Education: The Challenges of African Countries”. Paper presented at the 2015 Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport African Forum, with the theme, Contemporary Issues in Transport and Logistics in the 21st Century, held at Mount Meru Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania, 4th -6th March 2015.



6. Oyesiku, O. K. (2014). Managing Fast Growing Cities in Developing Countries: The Role of Urban and Regional Planners. Paper presented at the 2014 Workshop for the Induction of Professional Planners by TOPREC, held 7th August 2014, at Shehu Musa Yaradua Centre, Abuja.

7. Oyesiku, O. K. (2014): “Urban Transport Policy Design and Implementation in Developed and Developing Countries: Case Studies”. Paper Presented at 2- Day National Conference/Workshop on Urban Transport Policy Development for Nigeria, held at Kaduna, Kaduna State, 15th and 16th, January & at Enugu,- Enugu State, 22nd– 23rd January, 2014, Organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria.

8. Oyesiku, O. K. (2013). “Road Users Behaviour and Safety Management on Nigerian Roads”. Paper presented at the One Day National Conference on the Use of Road and Accidents Prevention Techniques, Organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, held 21st November, 2013, at Chelsea Hotel, Abuja.

9. Oyesiku, O. K. (2013). “Transport databank: A Prerequisite for Efficient and Coordinated National Development”. Lead Paper presented at the National Conference for National Transport Data Bank with the theme: Developing Framework for a National Data Bank for Transport and Logistics in Nigeria, Organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, held at Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria, on 25th – 27th November, 2013.

10. Oyesiku, O. K. (2013). “Global Experience in Transportation Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation”. Paper presented at the national workshop on Monitoring & Evaluation of Transport Plans & Operations, Organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, held at Chelsea Hotel, Abuja, on the 2nd and 3rd Dec., 2013.

11. Oyesiku, O. K. (2013). “Sustainable Transportation Planning and Management Principles & their Applications in Nigeria”. Paper presented at the national workshop on Monitoring & Evaluation of Transport Plans & Operations, Organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, held at Chelsea Hotel, Abuja, on the 2nd and 3rd Dec., 2013.

12. Oyesiku, O. K. (2013). “Creative Leadership : The Challenges to Administrators and Academic Staff in Development in the University System”. Guest Lead Paper presented at the Second COLLOQUIUM of Adeleke University, Ede, Osun State, held at the University Auditorium, on Thursday, 10th October, 2013

13. Oyesiku, O. K. (2013). “Urban Mobility: Options and Effects of Intermodal Splits in Lagos”. Guest Lead Paper presented at the 2013 Lagos State Government World Habitat Day Commemoration Colloquium, held on 7th October, 2013, at Ikeja, Lagos, Lagos State.

14. *Oyesiku, O. K. and Onakoya,, A. (2013). “Telecommunications and Travel Demand: A Confirmatory Study in the Nigeria Case”. Paper presented at the 13th World Conference on Transport Research, held at the Windsor Barra Hotel, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 15th – 18th July, 2013.

15. *Oyesiku, O.K. (2013): “Administration & Management of Tertiary Education Institutions and Creative Leadership”. Lead paper presented at the International Workshop on Creative Leadership and Total Quality Management of Tertiary Institutions as a Strategy for Quality Assurance, held at Erata Hotel, East Legon, Accra, Ghana, 10th – 14th June, 2013.

16. Oyesiku, O. K. (2013): “Geography and Urban Planning, Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems”. A lead paper presented at the Regional Conference on Remote Sensing and GIS Application with the theme: Remote Sensing and GIS for National Development and Security, held at the OGD Hall, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Main Campus, on the 6th – 9th May, 2013.

17. Oyesiku, O. K.. (2013): “Transportation and Climate change: The Lagos State Transport Initiatives and Potential Impact on Micro-Climate in Lagos Metropolis” . A paper presented at the Lagos State 5th Climate Change Summit 2013 on Vulnerability and Adaptability to Climate Change in Nigeria –Lagos State Transportation, housing and Infrastructure in Focus, being held at Eko hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos,13th – 15thth March 2013.

18. Oyesiku, O. K.. (2013): “Bus Rapid Transit Benefits in Developing Economies”. A lead paper presented at the International Conference on Road Safety Management in Africa to mark the 25th Anniversary of Federal Road Safety Corps in Nigeria being held at Transcorp Hilton hotel, Abuja, 17th/18th February, 2013

19. Oyesiku, O.K.(2012): “Strengthening the rule of Law and Constitutionalism and Addressing Unconstitutional Changes in Government in Africa”. Paper presented at the High Level Consultation on Governance and Democracy in Africa: Trends, Challenges and Prospects. 3-day summit, organised by the Political Affairs Division of African Union Commission (AUC), held at King Fahd Palace Hotel, Dakar, Senegal, 28th 30th November, 2012.

20. Oyesiku, O.K. (2012). “Challenges of Administration and Governance of Megacities”. Keynote Paper presented at the National Conference on the Making Room for the Lagos Megacity, Nigeria. held at the University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria, 25th – 26th July, 2012.

21. Oyesiku, O.K. (2011). “History of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria”. Reviewed Paper presented at the National Town Planners Conference/Workshop on the Review of the Report on the State of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria. held at Gubabi Royal International Hotel, Wuse, Abuja, Nigeria, 7th – 8th December, 2011.

22. Oyesiku, O.K. (2011). “Transport Infrastructure and Integrated National Development: An Overview”. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Conference & General Meeting of the Association of Nigerian Geographers, on Transportation, Environment and Integrated National Development, held at the Lagos State University, Ojoo, Lagos State, Nigeria, 21st – 25th November, 2011.

23. Oyesiku, O. K. 2011. “Governance and Transport Development in Nigeria”. A Lead paper presented at the Faculty of Environmental Design and Management, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria, Conference on Urban Governance and Environmental Challenges in the West African Sub Region, held 19th October, 2011.

24. Oyesiku, O. K. 2011. “Urbanization and National Development”. A lead Paper on Sub-Theme – Urbanization and National Development at the International Conference on 50 Years of Urbanisation in Nigeria (80th Birthday Anniversary of the Prof. Akin Mabogunje) at the Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Organised by Foundation for Development Initiatives, Ibadan, Nigeria, held 20th – 21st October, 2011.

25. Oyesiku, O. K. (2011): “Academic Leadership Strategies and Institutional Administration Challenges in Contemporary Higher Education Institutions in Nigeria”, paper presented at the workshop on Promoting Evidence Based Decision Making and Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness in Higher Education Administration in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions, on 14th – 16th February, 2011, held at Gateway Hotel, Ota, Ogun State.

26. Oyesiku, O. K. (2011): “Management of Road Transport System in Nigeria: The National Security Implications”. Presented at the National Security Conference of the Alumni Association of Nigerian Defence College, 9th - 11th February 2011, held at the Nigerian Defence College, Abuja.

27. Oyesiku, O.K. (2010): “Closing the Nigerian Graduate Skill Gap and Meeting the Needs of Tertiary Institutions Curricular Challenges”. Lead paper, presented at the workshop on Organized Private Sector/Public Service Demand of Nigerian Tertiary Institutions Graduates Employability, organised by the Ogun State Bureau of Tertiary Institutions, 12th to 13th October 2010, at Conference Hotel, GRA, Ijebu Ode, Ogun State.

28. *Oyesiku, K., and Somuyiwa, B. (2010): “Analysis of Activity Based Costing (abc) in Outbound Logistics Cost of Manufacturing Companies in a Developing Economy”, paper presented at the 12th World Conference on Transport Research, held in Lisbon Congress Centre, Lisbon, Portugal, 11th – 15th July, 2010.

29. Oyesiku, K., (2009). “Transport and Logistics Regulation in Nigeria”. Lead Paper presented at the 2009The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Nigeria National Conference on Regulation in Logistics and Transport Sector in Nigeria, held at the Lagos airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos , 15th – 17th December 2009.

30. Oyesiku, K., (2009). “City Liveability: Implications and Challenges”. Lead Paper presented at the 2009 Commonwealth Association of Planners, West Africa workshop on Planning for Liveable Human Settlement: The West African Challenges, held at the Ocean view hall, Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, 3rd and 4th November 2009.

31. Oyesiku, K. (2009). “Land Use Reform Policy: Ogun State as Investment Destination of Choice”. Lead Conference Paper, presented at the 1st Gateway Lands Forum on theme Agenda for a Secure Future: Evolving Real Estate Development in Ogun State – Challenges and Prospects”, organised by the Ogun State Bureau of Lands and Survey, held at Valley View Auditorium, Isale-Igbehin, Abeokuta, Ogun State, on Thursday 26th March 2009.

32. Oyesiku, O. K. (2008) “Promoting Research and Development among Nigerian Army Personnel for Innovation and Technological Development Driven Army”, Lead paper presented at the Nigerian Army Education Corps Biennial Training Conference, held at Headquarters of 2nd Mechanized Division auditorium, Ibadan, 3rd – 7th November, 2008.

33. Oyesiku, O. K. (2008) “Higher Education for Youth Empowerment: Opportunities, Capabilities and Second Chances”. Lead paper presented at the 3rd Regional Conference of Higher Education Research and Policy Network (HERPNET), held at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Conference Centre, , Ibadan, 19th – 21st August, 2008.



34. Oyesiku, O. K. (2008) “Sustainable Means of Transportation in Developing Cities”. Lead Paper presented at the National Conference of the Physics Department, Faculty of Sciences of Olabisi Onabanjo University, on Sustainable Development and Physics, held at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, 6th August, 2008.

35. Oyesiku, O. K. (2008) “Globalization on Energy Consumption and the need for Friendly Environment”. Paper presented at the 1st National Conference of the Faculty of Sciences of Olabisi Onabanjo University, on Sustainable Energy and National Development, held at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, 6th – 8th Feb. 2008.

36. Oyesiku, O. K. (2008): “Preparing the Final Draft, Writing Style and Referencing”,. Planning and Writing Scientific Research Dissertation/Thesis. Postgraduate School, Olabisi Onabanjo University, 2 – Day workshop, held at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, 14th – 15th Feb. 2008.

37. *Oyesiku, O.O. (2007): “Cost – Benefit Analysis of private sector led cargo airport investment in Nigeria: The case of air cargo airport in Ogun state”. Paper presented at the 2007 World Conference on Transport Research, held at University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA, 24th – 27th June, 2007.

38. Oyesiku, O. K. (2006): Tai Solarin University of Education: The Strategic Challenges Ahead. Lead paper presented at Strategic plan for the university Conference, held at Chris Ogunbanjo centre, Erunwon, Ijebu-Ode, 26th October 2006.

39. Oyesiku, O. K. (2006): Cities: What Hope for our future Development. The Lead paper presented at the 2006 World Habitat Day Celebration of the Lagos State Government, held at the State Secretariat Auditorium, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos, 14th October, 2006.

40. Oyesiku, O. K. (2006): Physical Planning within the Context of the Millennium Development Goals (mdgs) in Nigeria. Main paper presented at the 1st National Conference of Urban and Regional Planning Department, Yaba College of Technology, Yaba Lagos, on Millennium Development Goals Initiatives (MDGs) and Environmental Sustainability, Held at Yaba Tech, Lagos. 10th-13th October, 2006.

41. Oyesiku, O. K. (2005) The Future of Colleges of Education and Polytechnics in Nigeria. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Foundation Workshop of Fafunwa Education Foundation, held at the Yoruba Tennis Club, Lagos, 23rd October 2005.

42. Oyesiku, O. K. (2005) Reaching for Greater Heights: The Challenges for the Next Decades. Paper presented at the 10th Anniversary of the College Workshop, held at the Christ the King Catholic College Hall, Odolewu, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, 7th November 2005.

43. Oyesiku, O. K. (2004). Advance Writing Skill for Journal Publications in Environmental Related Studies. Paper presented at the Advanced Writing Skill Workshop for Journal Publication, organized by School of Environmental Studies, Yaba College of Technology Lagos, 9th –10th December 2004.

44. Oyesiku, O. K. (2004): “Management of Change in Tertiary Institution of Higher Learning”. A Workshop paper presented at Functions of Governing Council in Government – Owned Colleges of Education Seminar, held at Tai Solarin College of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, 21st September 2004.

45. Oyesiku, O. K. (2004): “Participation in Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) Design and Implementation: Influx Management and Grievance Procedures”. A Workshop paper presented at Resettlement Training Workshop on Lagos Urban Transportation Project, held at Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, 20th -24th September 2004.

46. *Oyesiku, O. K. and Oduwole, Wale, (2004): “Determinants of Distribution of Investment Infrastructure: The Case of Spatial Distribution of Airports in Nigeria”. Paper presented at the 8th International World Conference of the Air Transport Research Society, on Emerging Roles of Major Airports in Airports in Air Transport System and Economy held at Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1st – 3rd July 2004.

47. Oyesiku, O. K. (2004): “Change Management in A Dynamic Environment”. A Workshop paper presented at Leadway Assurance Ltd. 2004 Management Retreat, held at Training Centre, Ogere, 4th - 7th February 2004.

48. Oyesiku, O. K. (2003): “Guide Towards Research and Publications by Academicians in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria”. A Workshop Paper presented at the Sensitisation on Research and Publication, held at Yaba College of Technology, School of Environmental Studies, 13th November 2003.

49. *Oyesiku, O. K. (2003): “Neighbourhood Segregation of Nigerian Urban Spatial Structure: Security Implications and Consequences”. Conference paper prepared for the International Sociological Association’s Research Committee on Sociology of Urban and Regional Development International Annual Conference, held at Faculty of Sociology University of Milan-Bicocca, Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi,8; I-20126 MILANO Italy, 23rd to 26th September 2003.

50. *Oyesiku, O. K. (2003): “Spatial Variation in the Level of Satisfaction of City Dwellers in Developing Countries: The Exploratory Case of Nigeria”. Conference paper prepared for the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) International Annual Conference, held at the Society, London, 3rd to 5th September 2003.

51. Oyesiku, O. K. (2003): “Transport and Traffic impact of the Use of Global Systems of Mobile Communications in Nigeria” An Invited Paper presented at the Conference on Global System of Mobile Communication in Nigeria on the theme “On the Technology & Physical Environmental and Health Implications of GSM” , held at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, 3rd – 5th Sept. 2003.

52. *Oyesiku, O. K. (2002): “Policy Analysis and Needs for Urban Motorcycle Public Transport in Nigerian”. Conference paper presented at Urban Mobility for all . X CODATU (Cooperation for the Continuing Development of Urban and Suburban Transportation) International Conference, held in Lome, Togo, 12th to 15th November 2002

53. *Oyesiku, O. K. and Odufuwa, B. O. (2002): “Gender Dimension of Motorcycle Passengers Use in Nigerian Cities”. Conference paper presented at Urban Mobility for all . X CODATU (Cooperation for the Continuing Development of Urban and Suburban Transportation) International Conference, held in Lome, Togo, 12th to 15th November 2002.

54. *Oyesiku, O. K. (2002): “Sustainable Transportation Strategies for Intermediate Cities in Nigeria”, Conference Paper, Sustainable City: Urban Regeneration and Sustainability, 3rd – 5th July, 2002, at Segovia, Spain.

55. Oyesiku, O. K. (2002): “Understanding America in the War on Global Terrorism”. Paper presented at 9th National Conference on Global Terrorism: The African Perspectives, held at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria, 26th – 27th, June 2002

56. *Oyesiku, O. K. (2001): “City Poverty and the Use of Motorcycle as Public Passenger Transport in Nigerian”. Paper presented at 9th World Congress of Transport Research, held at COEX Convention Centre, Seoul, South Korea, 22nd – 27th, July 2001

57. Oyesiku, K. (2000): “The City Consultation Process Paradigm: It’s Application in Urban Planning Process”. Paper presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners on The Role of Physical Planning and Development in Poverty Alleviation., held at Shiroro Hotel, Minna, Niger State, 25th – 27th October 2000.

58. Oyesiku, O. K. (2000): “Neighbourhood Stratification of Nigerian and American Cities: The Conflict Dimension and The Implication for Sustenance of Democracy”, Paper presented at the 7th American Studies Association of Nigeria held at Precious Palm Royal Hotel, Benin City, 26th – 29th September 2000.

59. *Oyesiku, O. K. (1999): “Gender, Urban Poverty Alleviation and the City Consultation Process: The Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria, Case Study”. A Paper presented at a COURSE on Gender, Poverty Alleviation and Human Development in sub-Saharan Africa, jointly organised by the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands, and The University of Namibia, Windhoek, held at the Safari Hotel and Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia, 18th – 31st October, 1999.

60. Oyesiku, O. K. (1999): “Manpower Needs for Transportation in Nigerian in the Next Millennium”. Paper presented at the National Conference on Compliance of the Transport Sector for the Y2K, at International Conference Centre, Abuja, 13th – 14th April, 1999.

61. Oyesiku, O. K. (1999): “Poverty and Gender in Ijebu-Ode: Profile and Trends”. Paper presented at the Workshop on City Consultation on Urban Poverty Alleviation, organized by UMP and DPC held at Awujale’s Palace, Ijebu-Ode, 22nd – 24th March, 1999.

62. Odugbemi, O.O and Oyesiku, O.O. (1998): “The Poverty Challenges of Secondary Cities in Nigeria: The Example of Ijebu-Ode”. Being Paper Presented at the Workshop on City Consultation Process, held at the Development Policy Centre, Ibadan, May 14 – 15.

63. Oyesiku, O.K. (1998): “Transport Challenges in Coping with Nigerian Internal and External Trade”. Presented at workshop on Import and Export Administration in Nigeria, held at Gateway Hotel, Ota, 25th – 27th March 1998. Organised by Africa Regional Centre for Trade and Development, Abuja.

64. Oyesiku, O.K. (1998): “Socio-Economic Political and Financial Implications of the Town Planning Edict on Physical Development of Lagos State”. Presented at Workshop on The Provision of the 1998 Edict on the Urban and Regional Planning Board, held at Festac ’77 Hotel, Lagos, 30 – 31 March, 1998, organised by Lagos State Government, Ministry of the Environment and Physical Planning, Lagos.

65. Oyesiku, O.K. (1997): “New Cities Planning: The Alternative Planning Approaches”. Presented at the 29th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, on Sustainable Cities for Nigeria in the 21st Century: The Way Forward. Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at NICON-NUGA Hilton Hotel, Abuja, Oct 28 – 31, 1997.

66. Oyesiku, O.K. and Ojemeh, H.H.(1996): "Seaport Operation Activities in Nigeria: The Implications for the Conservation of the Nigerian Maritime Environment", Paper prepared for the National Maritime Conference on Effective Capacity Development of the Nigerian Maritime Industry, held at the National Hall, National Assembly Complex, Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, April 22-24, 1996.

67. Oyesiku, O.K. (1996): "Training Personnel for Manpower Development in the Maritime Economic Sector: The Role of Training Institutions". Paper presented at the National Maritime Conference on Effective Capacity Development of the Nigerian Maritime Industry, held at the National Hall, National Assembly Complex, Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, and April 22-24, 1996.

68. Oyesiku, O.K. (1996): "Managing Information with Computer (with reference to statistics and functions, Graphics and charts)", A paper presented at Computer Applications to Finance and Budget Matters training Seminar for Officers of the Budget Division, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, held at the Ministry, Abeokuta, April 22 - May 10, 1996.

69. *Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "Effects of Anthropogenic Activities on Rural-Urban Migration in Africa: The Nigerian Case". Paper presented at the Fifth International Workshop on the Applicability of Environmental Physics and Meteorology in Africa, organised by the Society of African Physicists and Mathematicians, held at Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Accra, Ghana, 14-18 August, 1995.

70. Oyesiku, O.K. (1995): "A Review of Approaches to refuse transportation and disposal by Public Authorities in Nigeria, A paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of Environment and Behaviour Association of Nigeria on Man and Environmental pollution, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, March 28 - 31, 1995.

71. Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): "The Challenges of Transport Manpower Training and Development in Nigeria" Paper presented at the National Workshop on Challenges of Transport Planning and Management in a Depressed Economy. Organised and held at NISER, Ibadan, July 4-6, 1994.

72. Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): “Tools for Effective Implementation of Self-help and Community Based Projects in Nigeria". Paper presented at the 8th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association, on Sustainable Development in Rural Development in the Third Republic, held at Ago-Iwoye, March 13-17, 1994.

73. Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): "Techniques of Project Identification, Planning and Implementation at the Grassroots Level". Paper Presented at the Workshop on Mobilisation for Grassroots Participation and Transformation through Community Development Associations (CDAs). Sponsored by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Hamburg, Germany (Nigerian Office, Lagos), held at the Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, March 1-2, 1994.

74. Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): "Strategic Information System in Transport Industrial Sector in Nigeria". Paper presented at the 4th Quarterly Management Seminar on "Strategic Management in Transport Industrial Sector in Nigeria", held at the Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, November 29 -December 1, 1994.

75. Oyesiku, O.K. (1994): "Appropriate Technologies for Refuse Transportation and Disposal by the Local Government". Paper presented at the Workshop on "Effective Management of Refuse Generation and Disposal and Environmental Sanitation", held at the Federal Secretariat, Ministry of Works and Housing Conference Hall, Abeokuta, August 30-31, 1994.

76. Oyesiku, O.K. (1993): "Location of Industry: An Aid to Profitability". Workshop on Nigerian Economic Reconstruction Fund (NERFUND) and Small and Medium Scale Industrialisation at the Grassroots Level, Uren Holiday Resort, Ikenne, Ogun State, August10-11.

77. Oyesiku, O.K. (1992): "Trends in Road Traffic Accidents and Pattern of Socio-Economic Development in Africa: A Regional Analysis and the Nigerian Case". Paper presented at International Conference on Road Safety Experience and Practice in Africa, at Nicon-Nuga Hotel, Abuja, October 26-29.

78. *Oyesiku, O.K. and Noy, E. and Benhanganna, J. (1991): "Employment, Informal Sector, Small Scale Industries, Women Issues and Regional Development in Nigeria: Observed Tendencies, Policy Objectives and Considerations" Paper presented at Regional Development Planning Workshop on Informal Sector, Small Scale Industries and Women Issues, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, May 27.

79. Oyesiku, O.K. (1990): "Urban - Rural Gap and Development Strategies: A Review of Development Concepts and Implication for Grassroots Democracy in Nigeria". Paper presented at National Conference on Grassroots Democracy in Nigeria, at Ogun-Osun River Basin Development Authority Conference Hall, Abeokuta, June 23-25.

80. Oyesiku, O.K. (1989): "The Local Government Administration and the Role of Physical Planning at the Local Level". Paper presented at 1989 Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, at Nike Lake Hotel, Enugu, Anambra State, October 26-28.

81. Oyesiku, O.K. and John, S. (1987): "Rural Economic Organisation and their Roles in Rural Development in Nigeria". Paper presented at 1987 Conference of Nigerian Association of Sociologists, and Anthropologists, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ilorin, November 30 - December 2.

82. Faniran, A. Oyeneye, O.Y., Odugbemi, O.O, Oyesiku, O.K. et al (1987): "Community Organisation and Mobilisation for Increased Productivity in Ogun State". Paper presented at Workshop on Community Organisation and Mobilisation for Increased Productivity in Ogun State at Staff Development Centre, Kobape, Abeokuta, August 10-24.

83. Oyesiku, O.K. (1986): "Development of non-agricultural Activities as a Strategy for Rural Development in Nigeria". Paper presented at National Conference on Reflection on Nigeria's Development: Socio-Economic and Political Survival, at Faculty of Social Science, University of Lagos, December 8-10.

84. Oyesiku, O.K. (1986): "Towards an Effective Environmental Management by the Local Government". Paper presented at National Workshop on Local Government Administration since Independence, at Faculty of Social Science, University of Ilorin, September 22 - 25.

85. Oyesiku, O.K. (1986): "The New Administrative Framework and Land Use Policy as the Basis for a New National Urban Policy: A Review". Paper presented at Federal Ministry of Works and Housing National Workshop on Urban Development Policy, held at Dubar Hotel, October 13 - 15.

H. LEARNED CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED (WITH DATES)

1. 14th World Conference on Transport Research- WCTRS 2016, Organised by WCTRS, and held at, Tongji University, Shanghai, China, 10-15 July 2016.

2. Leadership Capacity for Higher Education in 21st Century. A day Conference organised by and held at Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, 21st June, 2016.

3. Developing Effective Electoral Operational and Logistics Strategies for 2019. National workshop organized by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in collaboration with Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), held at Westown Hotels, Ikeja, Lagos, Lagos State, 12th – 18th June, 2016.

4. 2016 Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) ICM (International Convention Meeting), titled “Linking North America to the World”, organised by Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International, held at Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, Canada, 8th – 11th May, 2016.

5. 2016 Nigerian Institute of Town Planners Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme (MCPDP), with the theme: “Review of Planning Standards for Contemporary Nigeria”, organized by the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP), (18th Edition (2016) of Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme (MCPDP) held at GRA, Benin city, Edo State, 20th – 21st April, 2016.

6. 2016 Association of Nigerian Geographers Annual Conference, titled “ Geographical Perspectives on National Development”, organised by Association of Nigerian Geographers, held at University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, 10th – 15th April, 2016.

7. Town Planners Colloquium, with the theme: “Making Town Planning More Visible”, organized by the Concerned Town Planners (CTP), held at Lagos Branch of NITP Secretariat, Alusa, Ikeja, Lagos, 14th January, 2016.

8. 2015 Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International Convention, organised by Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International, held at Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Dubai, 13th - 16th September, 2015.

9. 2015 Nigerian Institute of Town Planners(NITP) 17th Edition of Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme (MCPDP), with the theme: Development of a Multi Use Template for Land Use Planning and Analysis Reporting (LUPAR) in Nigeria, organized by the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP), held at The Polytechnic Ibadan, Conference Centre, Ibadan, 1st – 2nd July 2015.

10. 2015 Women in Logistics and Transport Nigeria 3rd WILAT Conference, with the theme: Women and Entrepreneurship in a Competitive Environment Beyond Professionalism, organized by Women in Logistics and Transport Nigeria ( WILAT) of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Nigeria, held at Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lekki, Lagos, 25th June 2015.

11. 2015 Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport African Forum, with the theme, Contemporary Issues in Transport and Logistics in the 21st Century, organized by African Forum of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, held at Mount Meru Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania, 4th -6th March 2015.



12. 2014. Workshop on Strategies for Collection and Analysis of Data for National Transport Data Bank, organised by Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology, Zaria, held at the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan, 11th – 13th November, 2014.

13. 2014. Nigerian Institute of Town Planners 2014 Annual Conference on the theme: Managing Cities in Developing Economy: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities, organised by Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Festac Town, Lagos, 28th – 31st October, 2014.

14. 2014 Workshop for the Induction of Professional Planners by TOPREC, held 7th August 2014, at Shehu Musa Yaradua Centre, Abuja.

15. 2014. National Conference/Workshop on Urban Transport Policy Development for Nigeria, held at Kaduna, Kaduna State, 15th and 16th, January, organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria.

16. 2014. National Conference/Workshop on Urban Transport Policy Development for Nigeria, held at Kaduna, Kaduna State, 15th and 16th, January, organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria.

17. 2014. National Conference/Workshop on Urban Transport Policy Development for Nigeria, held at Enugu,- Enugu State, 22nd– 23rd January, 2014, organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja, in conjunction with Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria.

18. 2013. National workshop on Monitoring & Evaluation of Transport Plans & Operations, organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Nigerian Institute of transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, held at Chelsea Hotel, Abuja, on the 2nd and 3rd Dec., 2013.

19. 2013. One Day National Conference on the Use of Road and Accidents Prevention Techniques, organised by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Nigerian Institute of transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, held 21st November, 2013, at Chelsea Hotel, Abuja.

20. 2013. National Conference for National Transport Data Bank with the theme: Developing Framework for a National Data Bank for Transport and Logistics in Nigeria, held at Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria, on 25th – 27th November, 2013.

21. 2013. 13th National Council on Transport. Theme: Transformation of Transport Infrastructure – Catalyst for Socio-Economic Growth, held at the City Hall, Lagos/Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, Lagos state Nigeria, 11th – 15th Nov., 2013.

22. 2013. 13th World Conference on Transport Research, held at the Windsor Barra Hotel, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 15th – 18th July, 2013.

23. 2013. Creative Leadership and Total Quality Management of Tertiary Institutions as a Strategy for Quality Assurance. An International Workshop, held at Erata Hotel, East Legon, Accra, Ghana, 10th – 14th June, 2013.

24. 2013. Remote Sensing and GIS for National Development and Security. A Regional Conference on Remote Sensing and GIS Application held at the OGD Hall, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Main Campus, 6th – 9th May, 2013.

25. 2013. - Lagos State 5th Climate Change Summit 2013 on Vulnerability and Adaptability to Climate Change in Nigeria –Lagos State Transportation, Housing and Infrastructure in Focus, An International Summit by the Lagos State Ministry of Environment, Lagos State Government, held at Eko hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos,13th – 15thth March 2013.

26. 2013. Road Safety Management in Africa. An International Conference to mark the 25th Anniversary of Federal Road Safety Corps in Nigeria, held at Transcorp Hilton hotel, Abuja, 17th - 18th February, 2013.

27. 2012. High Level Consultation on Governance and Democracy in Africa: Trends, Challenges and Prospects. 3-day summit, organised by the Political Affairs Division of African Union Commission (AUC), held at King Fahd Palace Hotel, Dakar, Senegal, 28th 30th November, 2012.

28. 2012. Emerging Urban Africa: Promoting Good Urban Governance for effective Service Delivery in Nigeria. 4th Annual International Conference. A 2-day conference organised by Foundation for Development and Environmental Initiative (FDI), held at Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, 11th – 12th October,2012.

29. 2012. 32nd International Geographical Congress. By International Geographic Union, held at University of Cologne, 26th - 30th August 2012 in Cologne, Germany.

30. 2012. Making Room for the Lagos Megacity, Nigeria. A 2-Day National Conference in commemoration of UNILAG at 50 Anniversary, by Dept. of Geography, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Lagos, held at the University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria, 25th – 26th July, 2012.

31. 2011. Review of the Report on the State of Urban and Regional Planning in Nigeria. National Town Planners Conference/Workshop, held at Gubabi Royal International Hotel, Wuse, Abuja, Nigeria, 7th – 8th December, 2011.

32. 2011. Transportation, Environment and Integrated National Development. 53rd Annual Conference & General Meeting of the Association of Nigerian Geographers, held at the Lagos State University, Ojoo, Lagos State, Nigeria, 21st – 25th November, 2011.

33. 2011. Public-Private Partnership in Physical Planning and the Provision of Urban Services in Nigerian Cities. 42nd Annual Conference & General Meeting, held at the Leisure Spring Hotel, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria, Wed. 26th – Sat. 29th October, 2011.

34. 2011. Governance and Transport Development in Nigeria. Faculty of Environmental Design and Management, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria, Conference on Urban Governance and Environmental Challenges in the West African Sub Region, held 19th October, 2011.

35. 2011. Urbanization and National Development. International Conference on 50 Years of Urbanisation in Nigeria (to mark the 80th Birthday Anniversary of the Prof. Akin Mabogunje) at the Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Organised by Foundation for Development Initiatives, Ibadan, Nigeria, held 20th – 21st October, 2011.

36. 2011. Academic Leadership Strategies and Institutional Administration Challenges in Contemporary Higher Education Institutions in Nigeria with the theme: Promoting Evidence Based Decision Making and Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness in Higher Education Administration in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions on 14th – 16th February, 2011, held at Gateway Hotel, Ota, Ogun State.

37. 2011. Democratic Nigeria: Uncharted Path to National Security. National Security Conference of the Alumni Association of Nigerian Defence College, Thursday 9th - 11th February 2011, held at the Nigerian Defence College, Abuja.

38. 2010. Organized Private Sector/Public Service Demand of Nigerian Tertiary Institutions Graduates Employability with the theme: Closing the Nigerian Graduate Skill Gap and Meeting the Needs of Tertiary Institutions Curricular Challenges, organised by the Ogun State Bureau of Tertiary Institutions, 12th to 13th October 2010, at Conference Hotel, GRA, Ijebu Ode, Ogun State.

39. 2010. Emerging Global Cities: The African Challenging. First National conference in commemoration of the 10th Year anniversary, held at the University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, 10th – 12th February, 2010.

40. 2009. The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Nigeria National Conference on Regulation in Logistics and Transport Sector in Nigeria, held at the Lagos airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos , 15th – 17th December 2009.

41. 2009. Commonwealth Association of Planners, West Africa workshop on Planning for Liveable Human Settlement: The West African Challenges, held at the Ocean view hall, Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, 3rd and 4th November 2009.

42. 2009. 11th International Conference on Advanced Systems for Public Transport (CASPT 2009), hosted by Department of Civil Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong, held at the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 20 – 22 July 2009.

43. 2009. Sustainable Development in Africa: The Role of Education. 12th General Conference of the Association of African Universities (AAU), held at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, 4th – 9th May 2009.

44. 2008. Nigerian Army Education Corps Biennial Training Conference, held at Headquarters of 2nd Mechanized Division auditorium, Ibadan, 3rd – 7th November, 2008.

45. 2008. Higher Education and Youth Empowerment. 3rd Regional Conference of Higher Education Research and Policy Network (HERPNET), held at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Conference Centre, Ibadan, 19th – 21st August, 2008.

46. 2008. Sustainable National Development and Physics. National Conference of the Physics Department, Faculty of Sciences of Olabisi Onabanjo University, held at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, 6th August, 2008.

47. 2008. Sustainable Energy and National Development 1st National Conference of the Faculty of Sciences of Olabisi Onabanjo University, held at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, 6th – 8th Feb. 2008.

48. 2008. Road Safety Management in Africa: Vision 2020. 20th anniversary and International Conference on Road Safety in Africa, held at Abuja Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Abuja 18th – 19th February, 2008.

49. 2008. Sustainable Energy and National Development. 1st National Conference of the Faculty of Sciences of Olabisi Onabanjo University, on Sustainable Energy and National Development, held at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, 6th – 8th Feb. 2008.

50. 2008. Planning and Writing Scientific Research Dissertation/Thesis. Postgraduate School, Olabisi Onabanjo University, 2 – Day workshop, held at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, 14th – 15th Feb. 2008.

51. 2008. Professional Institute and Industry Best Practice.. 2008 The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Nigeria National Conference, held at the Conference Hotel, GRA, Ijebu_Ode, Ogun State, 30th – 31st January, 2008.

52. 2007. 2nd Emerging Urban Africa Conference and Exhibition. International Conference on Housing finance in Nigeria, organised by The Foundation for Development and Environmental Initiatives (FDI), held at Shehu Musa Yar’dua Centre, Abuja, 17th – 19th October 2007.

53. 2007. 49th Annual Conference of the Association of Nigeria Geographer, on Urbanisation, Resource Exploitation and Environmental sustainability in Nigeria, held at University of Abuja, Abuja, on 15th – 19th October 2007.

54. 2007. 12th World Congress of Transport Research . International conference of the World Transport Research Society, held at University of California, Berkeley, 24th – 29th June, 2007.

55. 2006. Ogun State Education Summit. 1st Education stakeholders conference, held at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta. June 18 – 21, 2006

56. 2006. Quality Control in Nigerian Universities. 21st Annual Conference of the Association of Vice - Chancellors of Nigerian Universities held at State Library Complex, Calabar, 6th – 9th June 2006.

57. 2005. Nigerian Geographical Association, Annual Conference, held at the University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, October 2005.

58. 2005. Negotiating Urban Conflicts. International Conference held at the Institute for Sociology, Technical University Darmstadt, Residenzschloss, Darmstadt, Germany. 7th – 9th April, 2005.

59. 2004. Emerging Roles of Major Airports in Air Transport System and Economy. Air Transport Research Society Conference, held in Istanbul, Turkey, 1st to 3rd July 2004.

60. 2004. Functions of Governing Council in Government – Owned Colleges of Education. Governance in Tertiary Institutions Seminar, held at Tai Solarin College of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, 21st September 2004.

61. 2004. Resettlement Action Plan for the Lagos Urban Transportation Project. World Bank and Lagos Metropolitan Transport Agency Resettlement Training Workshop, held at Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, 20th -24th September 2004.

62. 2004. Emerging Roles of Major Airports in Airports in Air Transport System and Economy. 8th International World Conference of the Air Transport Research Society, held at Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1st – 3rd July 2004.

63. 2004. Leadway Assurance Ltd. 2004 Management Retreat on. Change Management. A Workshop held at Training Centre, Ogere, 4th - 7th February 2004.

64. 2003. 2003 National Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners. Held at the Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta, 23rd – 27th October 2003.

65. 2003. Sensitisation on Research and Publication, A Workshop held at Yaba College of Technology, School of Environmental Studies, 13th November 2003.

66. 2003. The American Society since the Four Freedoms. 10th Anniversary Conference of American Studies Association of Nigeria (ASAN), held at Pioneer Hotel, Abuja, 25th – 28th June 2003.

67. 2002. Urban Mobility for all. X CODATU (Cooperation for the Continuing Development of Urban and Suburban Transportation) International Conference, held in Lome, Togo, 12th to 15th November 2002.

68. 2002. Urban Governance in Nigeria. 33rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at Kwara Hotels, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria, 30th October to 1st November 2002.

69. 2002. National Conference on Revitalization of the Nigerian Railways: The Challenges for the 21st Century, held at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria, 14th – 16th August 2002.

70. 2002. National Conference on Global Terrorism: The African Perspectives, held at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria, 26th – 27th, June 2002

71. 2002. 45th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Geographical Association, held at University of Ilorin, Ilorin, 30th June – 3rd July 2002.

72. 2002. Settlement Planning and Disaster Management in Nigeria: The physical Planning Perspective, National Conference of Directors and Heads of Town Planning Organisations in Nigeria held at Federal Secretariat, Abeokuta, 20th – 23rd May 2002.

73. 2001. 9th World Congress of Transport Research, held at COEX Convention Centre, Seoul, South Korea, 22nd - 27th, July 2001.

74. 2001. Delivering Democracy Dividends: The Roles of Town Planning and Town Planners. 32nd Annual Conference of Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at Governor’s Office Annex, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, 24th – 26th October 2001.

75. 2000. The Role of Physical Planning and Development in Poverty Alleviation. 31st Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at Shiroro Hotel, Minna, Niger State, 25th – 27th October 2000.

76. 2000. Institutional Models for the Consolidation of Sustainable Democracy: Nigeria and the US. 7th Annual Conference of the American Studies Association of Nigeria, held at Precious Palm Royal Hotel, Benin City, 26th – 29th September 2000.

77. 1999. Gender, Poverty Alleviation and Human Development in sub-Saharan Africa, Course/Workshop jointly organised by the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands, and The University of Namibia, Windhoek held at the Safari Hotel and Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia, 18th – 31st October, 1999.

78. 1999. Research and Policy Directions on Poverty in Nigeria. National Conference organised by the Centre for Gender Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, held at Lagos Airport Hotel, March 16 – 18, 1999.

79. 1999. Compliance of the Transport Sector for the Y2K, National Conference held at International Conference Centre, Abuja, 13th – 14th April, 1999.

80. 1999. City Consultation on Urban Poverty Alleviation, Organised by UMP and DPC held at Awujale’s Palace, Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria, 22nd – 24th March, 1999.

81. 1999. Academic Culture, Ethics and Publication in Tertiary Institutions: The Case of Ogun State University. A Workshop sponsored by the Ogun State University Management.

82. 1998.City Consultation Process. Expert Workshop on Poverty Alleviation Strategies, organised by DPC, held at The Development Policy Centre, Ibadan, May 14 – 15. 1998.

83. 1998. Import and Export Administration in Nigeria, held at Gateway Hotel, Ota, 25 – 27 March 1998. Organised by Africa Regional Centre for Trade and Development, Abuja.

84. 1998. The Provision of the 1998 Edict on the Urban and Regional Planning Board, held at Festac ’77 Hotel, Lagos, 30 – 31 March, 1998, organised by Lagos State Government, Ministry of the Environment and Physical Planning, Lagos.

85. 1997. Sustainable Cities for Nigeria in the 21st Century: The Way Forward. Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at NICON-NUGA Hilton Hotel, Abuja, Oct 28 – 31, 1997.

86. 1997. Democracy and National Development. 1997 Fulbright Conference, held at Marriott Hotel, Washington D.C. April 16 - 19, 1997.

87. 1996. 39th Annual Meeting of African Studies Association. National Conference held at Hyatt Embarcadero Centre, San Francisco, California, Nov. 23 - 26, 1996.

88. 1996. Effective Capacity Development of the Nigerian Maritime Industry. National Maritime Conference, held at the National Hall, National Assembly Complex, Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, April 22-24, 1996.

89. 1996. Computer Applications to Finance and Budget Matters. Training Seminar for Officers of the Budget Division, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, held at the Ministry, Abeokuta, April 22 - May 10, 1996.

90. 1995. The New Towns Development in Nigeria: A Review. 4th National Productivity Day Symposium, organised by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, Ogun State, held at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta, Feb. 21, 1995.

91. 1995. Man and Environmental Pollution. 6th Annual Conference of Environment and Behaviour Association of Nigeria, held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, March 28 - 312, 1995.

92. 1995. Geography and Sustainable Development. 38th Annual Conference of Nigerian Geographical Association, held at University of Benin, Benin City May 28 - 32, 1995.

93. 1995. Development Control within the Context of the 1992 Urban and Regional Planning Law. The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners organised Workshop, held at the Federal Government Secretariat, Abeokuta, March 10, 1995.

94. 1995. Challenges of Transport Planning and Management in a Depressed Economy. National Workshop organised by and held at NISER, Ibadan, July 4 - 6, 1995.

95. 1995. Challenges in Nigerian Maritime Transport National Seminar. Fairweather organised national seminar, held at Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, February 7 - 9, 1995.

96. 1994. Urban Management and Urban Violence in Africa. An international Symposium, held at IITA, Ibadan, November 7-11, 1994, organised and sponsored by IFRA, Ibadan.

97. 1994. The Implementation of the National Physical Planning Policies and Laws: Problems and Prospects. 25th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at University of Calabar, November 16-18, 1994.

98. 1994. Sustainable Development in Rural Development in the Third Republic. 8th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association, held at Ago-Iwoye, March 13-17, 1994.

99. 1994. Strategic Management in Transport Industrial Sector in Nigeria. 4th Quarterly Management Seminar on Transport Management and Planning, held at the Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, Nov. 29 -Dec. 1, 1994.

100. 1994. Regional Underdevelopment in Nigeria: A Focus on Oke-Ogun Area of Oyo State. A National Conference on Regional Development, Centre for Urban Development and Regional Planning, Faculty of Social Science, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, March 21-23, 1994.

101. 1994. Potentialities and Utilisation of Laterites in South-western Nigeria. International Laterite Workshop, Co-operation in Geosciences of University of Hamburg and Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, held at Ago-Iwoye, 27th Feb - 3rd March 1994.

102. 1994. Mobilisation for Grassroots Participation and Transformation through Community Development Associations (CDAs). A Workshop sponsored by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Hamburg, Germany (Nigerian Office, Lagos), held at the Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, March 1-2, 1994.

103. 1994. Impact of Anthropogenic Activities on African Ecosystems. The Fifth International Workshop on the Applicability of Environmental Physics and Meteorology in Africa, organised by the Society of African Physicists and Mathematicians, held at Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Accra, Ghana, 14-18 August, 1995.

104. 1994. Effective Management of Refuse Generation and Disposal and Environmental Sanitation. A Workshop held at the Federal Secretariat, Ministry of Works and Housing Conference Hall, Abeokuta, August 30-31, 1994.

105. 1993. Transport Subsidy in Nigeria. A National Workshop organised by NISER and sponsored by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Germany, NISER, Ibadan, 22 - 23, April, 1993.

106. 1993. Training Programme in Family Planning Operation Research. A workshop organised and sponsored by the Operation Research Unit, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, The Population Council and USAID, February 1-4, 1993.

107. 1993. The 1992 Urban and Regional Planning Law and the National Urban Development Policy: Charting a New Course for Physical Development in Nigeria. The 24th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Planners, held at the Yola International Hotel, Yola Adamawa State, 27th - 29th October, 1993.

108. 1993. Operations and Management of Public Transport and Mass Transit System in Nigeria. A National Workshop held at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta, Ogun State, 29th - 31st March, 1993.

109. 1993 Nigerian Economic Reconstruction Fund (NERFUND) and Small and Medium Scale Industrialisation at the Grassroots Level. A Workshop held at Uren Holiday Resort, Ikenne, Ogun State, August 10-11, 1993.

110. 1993. Defensive Driving in Nigeria and Vehicle Maintenance. A National Workshop held at Ogun State University, Ijebu-Igbo Annex, 29th - 30th May, 1993.

111. 1993. Academic Culture in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria: The Practice and Ethics. A Workshop on the Promotion of Academic Culture in Federal Colleges of Education in Nigeria held at the Federal College of Education, Osilele, Abeokuta, Ogun State, 15th -17th December, 1993.

112. 1992. Planning, Financing and Implementing Development Projects at the Local Level in Ogun State. A Workshop held at the Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, 24th-26th, August, 1992.

113. 1992. Physical Planning Problems at the Local Level in Ogun State. Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Ogun State Chapter one day Workshop, held at Orona Hall, Ilaro, April 24th, 1992.

114. 1992. National Urban Development Policy for Nigeria. A National Workshop by the National Committee for National Urban Development Policy for Nigeria, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Lagos, held at the Gateway Hotel, Ota, 22nd - 24th, June, 1992.

115. 1992. Mass Transit Operations and Management at the Local Level in Nigeria: A Challenge for the 90s and Beyond. A Joint Zonal Workshop, held at the Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, 5th-7th, October, 1992.

116. 1992.. International Conference on Road Safety Experience and Practice in Africa, held at Nicon-Nuga Hilton Hotel, Abuja, 26th-29th October, 1992.

117. 1992... Health Issues in Development. International Geography Union (IGU) International Conference, held at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, January 20-25, 1992.

118. 1991. Informal Sector, Small Scale Industries and Women Issues. Regional Development Planning Workshop, held at the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands, May, 27, 1991.

119. 1990. Grassroots Democracy in Nigeria. National Conference, Organised by the Political Science Department, Ogun State University, and the Office of the Presidency of the Federation, held at Ogun - Osun River Basin Development Authority, Abeokuta, 23rd - 25th June, 1990.

120. 1990. Electoral Process and National Development. 32nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Geographical Association held at University of Ife Ile-Ife, May 6 - 9, 1990.

121. 1989. The Challenges of Physical Planning in the 1990s. 20th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at Nike Resort Hotel, Enugu, Anambra State, 26th - 28th October, 1989.

122. 1989. Social Justice, National Development and the 3rd Republic. 1989 Annual Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological association held at Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 27th - 30 November, 1989.

123. 1989. Nigerian Town and Country Planning Laws-Closing the Gap. 1988 Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at NICON-NUGA Hotel, Abuja, 27th - 29th October, 1988.

124. 1989. First Annual Conference of Nigerian Association of Professional Teacher, Ogun State Chapter, held at the Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 20th - 21st April, 1989.

125. 1988. Physical Development and Planning in Ogun State: Problems and Prospects. Workshop Organised by Ogun State Chapter of Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, held at Abusi-Edumare Academy Hall, Ijebu-Igbo, March 16th, 1988.

126. 1987. Community Organisation and Mobilisation for Increased Productivity in Ogun State Nigeria. Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye and Ogun State Rural Development Board, Abeokuta, held at Staff Development Centre, Abeokuta, 10 - 24 August, 1987.



127. 1987. Strategies for Authentic Development in Nigeria. 1987 Conference of Nigerian Association of Sociologist and Anthropologist held at Faculty of Social Science, University of Ilorin, November 30 - December 2, 1987.

128. 1986. Reflections on Nigeria's Development: Socio-Economic and Political Survival. Faculty of Social Science, University of Lagos, held in the same faculty. December 8 - 10, 1986.

129. 1986. Organising Nigeria's Space Economy for National Development. 29TH Annual Conference of Nigerian Geographical Association. A.B.U. Zaria. 27th April -1st May, 1986.

130. 1986. National Urban Development Policy. Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Urban and Regional Planning Division, held at Dubar Hotel. October 13 - 15, 1986.

131. 1986. National Conference on Local Government Administration since Independence. Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, University of Ilorin. September 22 - 25, 1986.

132. 1986. Effective Strategies for Rural Development in Ogun State. Ogun State Rural Development Board and Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, held at Staff Development Centre, Abeokuta, November 10th - 12th, 1986.

133. 1984. Effective Management at the Local Level. Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye. October 22 - 26, 1984.

I. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES AND RESPONSIBILITIES AT TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION

2005 to 2010 Chairman University SENATE

2005 to 2010 Chairman University Appointment and Promotion Committee

2005 to 2010 Chairman University Development Committee

2005 to 2010 Chairman University Management Committee

2005 to 2010 Chairman University Academic Planning and Quality Control Committee

2005 to 2010 Chairman University Committee on Academic Brief for the formal Certification of the University

2005 to 2010 Chairman University formal Launch and Inauguration

2005 to 2010 Chairman University College of Sciences and Information Technology

2005 to 2010 Chairman University College of Social and Management Sciences

2005 to 2010 Chairman University College of Humanities

2005 to 2010 Chairman University College of Applied Education and Vocational Technology

2005 to 2010 Member University Governing Council

2005 to 2010 Member University Finance and General Purposes Committee

2005 to 2010 Member University Trust Foundation

J. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WITHIN THE OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY 2013 – date Chairman, University Committee on Review of University Laws and Regulations

2012 – 2013 Chairman, University Committee on University Handbook 2013 to 2018.

2002 – 2005 Chairman, Open University Institute Committee of the Senate

2001 – 2005 Chairman, University Legal Committee.

2001 – 2005 Chairman, University Land Space Allocation Committee.

1997 – 2000, & 2004 – 2005 Member Committee of Deans and Provosts of the University

1997 – 2000 & 2004 – 2005 Member, Appointment and Promotion Committee of the University

1998-2000 Member University Committees on Movement of Faculties at Annex Campus to Permanent Site, and Chairman Sub-Committee on Space Allocation and Transportation of Items to the Permanent Site

1995 – Date Member University Senate

1997. Chairman, University Examination Malpractice Committee

1997-2000 & 2004 to date Member, University Development Committee

1997- 2000 Member, University Appointment and Promotion Committee

1997- 2000 Member, University Postgraduate School Management Board

1997- 2000 Member, University Centre for Sandwich Programmes Management Board (CESAP).

1997- 2000 Chairman, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Board

1997- 2000 Chairman, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Board of Studies.

1997- 2005 Member, Alhaja Sidikatu Mosumola Balogun Chair of Environment and Physical Planning, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Board

1997 – 2000 Member, Zaac Ososanya Chair of Accounting, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Board

1997 – 2000 Member, Mike Adenuga Chair of Banking and Finance, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Board

1997 – 2000 Chairman, Board and Editor-in-Chief, Nigerian Journal of Social and Management Sciences.

1996 – Date Member, Committee on Development of Centre for Transport Studies building Complex

1995 - 1996 Member of the University Senate.

1995 - 1996 Member, University Institute of Education Board.

1995 - 2000 Member University Consultancy and Revenue Ventures Board.

1995 - 2000 Member Postgraduate School Board Finance Committees.

1995 - 1996 Member University Committees on Movement to Permanent Site.

1995 - 1996 Member, Postgraduate School Management Board.

1994 - 1996 Member MBA Management Committee.

1992 - 1996 Member, and Research Co-ordinator, University Transport Services Committee

1992 - 1996 Member, University Research Committee.

1992 - 1996 Chairman, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Research Sub-Committee.

1992 - 1996 Co-ordinator, Postgraduate Degree Programmes in Transportation Studies. 1990 - 1992 Member, Board of Institute of Education Curriculum Development, Ogun State University in conjunction with Ogun State College of Education.

1989 - 1990 Member, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Staff review and Appraisal Panel.

1988 - 1990 Co-ordinator, Departmental Final year undergraduate projects.

1987 - 1996 Co-ordinator, Organising Committee for Alhaja Sidikatu Balogun Memorial Annual Lecture Series and Member =N= 50,000:00 Endowment Fund Committee, Ogun State University.

1987 - date Member Departmental Committee on Postgraduate Programmes and Curriculum Development.

1987 - 1990 Departmental Business Manager of Sales of Publications.

1986 - 1990 Member, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences Research Committee.

1986 - 1990 Co-ordinator Departmental Physical Planning Practice Programme.

1986 - 1990 Member, Editorial Board of Departmental Publication.

1984 -1990 Member, University Inter-Faculty Sport programme.

1984 - 1990 Member, Departmental Curriculum Development Committee.

1983 - 1984 Departmental Academic Secretary.

1983 - 1990 Member, Departmental Research Programme Committee.

L. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY

2014 August to date Deputy National President, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Nigeria.

2014 August to date Member of Council,, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Nigeria.

2014 July to date External Examiner, School of Transport, Lagos State University, Ojoo, Lagos.

2014 July to date External Examiner, Department of Transport Technology Management, Federal University of Technology, Minna

2014. External Professorial Assessor, Federal University of Technology, Akure.

2014 External Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Ibadan, Depart. of Urban and Regional Planning.

2013. External Professorial Assessor, Imo State University, Owerri.

2011 to date Nigerian Representative, International Geographic Union,

2009 to date Vice –President, Association of Nigeria Geographers.

2011 to date External Examiner, Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology, Zaria.

2005 – 2010 Editor-in-Chief, Nigerian Geographical Journal.

2004 –date Member of Council, Association of Nigerian Geographers

2004 External Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Ibadan, Department of Geography.

2004, External Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Lagos.

2004 External Professorial Assessor, Federal University of Technology, Akure.

2004 External Professorial Assessor, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso.

2003 & 2011 External Professorial Assessor, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife.

2002, External Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Urban and Regional Planning Department...

2002 External Examiner, Ph.D. and M.Sc. Theses, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of Port Harcourt. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

2002 External Chief Lecturer Assessor, Tai Solarin College of Education, Ijebu-Ode.

2001 External Chief Lecturer Assessor, Polytechnic Ibadan, Ibadan.

2001, External Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Ibadan, Department of Geography.

2001 to 2005 External Examiner, Postgraduate Programmes, Centre for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

2000 – 2003 Member, Executive Council of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners.

2000 – 2003 Chairman, Publication Committee and Editorial Board, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners.

2000 – 2003 Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners.

2000 – 2005 Member, Examination Board, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners/ Town Planners Registration Council (TOPREC)

2000 – 2005 External Examiner, Postgraduate Programmes, Lagos State University (LASU), Centre for Planning Studies (Masters’ Urban and Regional Planning; and Transportation Planning).

2000 External Assessor for Professorial Rank, Federal University of Technology, Akure.

1996 – 2001 Member, Board of Governors, Christ the King Catholic College, Ijebu-Ode.

1998 to 2001 Member (External) Academic Board, (Formerly Ogun State Polytechnic, now) Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta.

1996 – date Vice Chairman, Parents Teachers Association, Christ the King Catholic College, Ijebu-Ode.

1993 - 2000 Publicity and Social Secretary, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Ogun State Branch.

M. State and National Appointment and Services 1. Member, Federal Government of Nigeria, Vision20 20:20, Human Capital Development Thematic Group, 2009.

2. Chairman, Transport Committee of the 15th National Sports Festival and Gateway Games 2005 – 2006

3. Chairman, Human Capital Development Programme, Ogun State, 2006 to date.

4. Member, Local Organizing Committee of the 15th National Sport Festival, 2005 – 2006.

5. Member, Education Reforms and Policy for Ogun State, 2007.

6. Member, 1st Education Summit of Ogun State Government, 2006.

7. Member, 2nd Ogun State Economic Summit, 2005.

8. Member, 3rd Ogun State Economic Summit, 2007

9. Member Committee of Vice Chancellor of Nigerian Universities, 2005 to 2010.

10. Member Committee of Vice Chancellor of Nigerian State Universities, 2005 to 2010.

11. Member, Ogun State Government Inter-Ministerial Committee on Manpower Requirements for the Three (3) Trade Zones, 2008.

12. Member of Ogun State Government Regional Masterplan 2005-2025 project, 2004 -2006.

13. Member, Federal Ministry of Transport Committee on “Making Nigeria Mobile” project, 2003 -2004.

14. Member, Federal Ministry of Transport committee on “Non-Motorised Transport for Nigerians” project, 2002-2003.

N. Meritorious and Distinguished Awards Local and International

1 Distinguished Service Award, by the Rotary Club of Obantoko, Abeokuta, Ogun State, in recognition of Meritorious Service to the Educational Development and Humanity in Ogun State, Saturday, 30th August, 2014.

2 Youth Forum Lifetime Award, By the Anglican Youth Fellowship of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Obalende, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, in recognition of Immeasurable Contributions in Empowering the Youth, Sunday, 22nd December, 2013.

3 Humanitarian Service Award, By the Rotary Club of Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, in recognition of Meritorious Humanitarian Service to the community, Saturday, 21st September, 2013.

4 2013 Merit Award of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. By The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, an honour in recognition of outstanding contributions to the Growth of the Institute, the Accountancy Profession and Nigeria as a Nation, Friday, 26th April, 2013.

5 Distinguished Academic Award, by the Department of Geography, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria, in commemoration of UNILAG at 50, in recognition of outstanding contributions to expanding the frontiers of knowledge and achieving a sustainable Lagos Megacity, Wednesday, 25th July, 2012.

6 Best Head of Tertiary Institution Award, by the Ogun State Government at the Ogun State 2011 Award in recognition of invaluable contributions to the growth and development of education in Ogun State, Saturday 26th March 2011.

7 Meritorious Award as an ICON of Educational Development, by the District 9110, Nigeria, Rotaract Club, Saturday 5h March 2011.

8 Distinguished Award of Excellence, by the National Association of Academic Technologists, as pioneer Vice Chancellor of Tai Solarin University of Education, Wednesday 17th March 2010...

9 Defender of Womanhood, by the Women in Academics in conjunction with National Council of Women society, Ogun State, in recognition of outstanding contributions towards women empowerment and defence of womanhood, Wednesday 31st March 2010..

10 Leadership Service Award, by the Association of Teacher Education Students’, in recognition of outstanding achievement and excellence in leadership, Friday 26th March 2010.

11 Excellence & Grand Patron Award, by the Man O’ War, Tai Solarin University of Education Branch in recognition of meritorious and selfless service towards the educational, moral and social upliftment of the Association, Sunday 27th March 2010.

12 Award of Excellence, by the Human Resources and Consultancy Centre (TAHUREC) of Tai Solarin University of Education in recognition of good quality and amiable leadership quality and as a great pioneer, a dynamic administrator, a great achiever, a man of honour and integrity and an astute academic, Thursday 25th March 2010.

13 Role Model & Achiever Award, by the Nigerian Universities of Education Student Association (NUESA), in recognition of distinguished contribution towards Nigerian Education, Friday 26th March 2010.

14 TASUED Distinguished Leader’s Award, by the Governing Council of Tai Solarin University of Education, for selfless service, commitment and good initiative for the growth and development of TASUED Friday 26th March 2010..

15 ICT ICON Award of Excellence, by the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Centre of Tai Solarin University of Education in recognition of outstanding contributions towards ICT development in TASUED, Friday 26th March 2010.

16 Fellowship Award, by the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, TASUED Branch in appreciation of cooperation, unflinching support and display of solidarity for their Great Union, Friday 26th March 2010.

17 TASUED Achiever’s Award, by the Governing Council of Tai Solarin University of Education, in recognition of meritorious services to Tai Solarin University of Education as a member of the governing Council, Friday 26th March 2010.

18 Friend of the University Award, by the Governing Council of Tai Solarin University of Education, in appreciation of philanthropic gestures and contributions to TASUED growth and Development, Friday 26th March 2010..

19 Outstanding Performance Award as the Pioneer Vice Chancellor, by Department of Political Science, College of Social and Management Sciences, Tai Solarin University of Education Friday 26th March 2010..

20 Distinguished Merit Award, by National Association of Community Newspapers and Magazine Proprietors, Ogun State, in recognition of contributions towards Education and Discipline in Ogun State, Wednesday 3rd February, 2010.

21 Distinguished Achiever Award, by Great Achiever Publishers and Magazine, in recognition of achievements and contributions to Education Sector and Societal Development, Saturday 19th February, 2010.

22 Symbol of Honour, by Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria Western District Conference, in appreciation of invaluable and selfless contributions to the ICAN Western Districts Conference, 9th February, 2010.

23 Distinguished Merit Award, by National Association of Community Newspapers and Magazine Proprietors, Ogun State, in recognition of contributions towards Education and Discipline in Ogun State, Wednesday 3rd February, 2010.

24 Best Serving Vice Chancellor of the Year 2009, by National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Joint Campus Committee (JCC), Ogun State Axis, in recognition of contributions towards Educational Development and Youth Empowerment in Ogun State, Friday 4th December, 2009.

25 Distinguished Service Award (DSA), by Ex-Mays Global Charity (USA Incorporated) for propagation of the ideals of Dr. Tai Solarin, Saturday 7th November, 2009.

26 Distinguished Service Award (DSA), by Ago-Iwoye Central Development Council (ACDC) in recognition of outstanding contribution towards the Development of Ago-Iwoye, Saturday 10th October, 2009.

27 Role Model Award, by Ijebu-Ife Central Association for Development (ICAD) in recognition Achievements in chosen Career and Immense Contributions to Humanity, Saturday 10th October, 2009.

28 Great Alumnus of University of Ibadan Award, by University of Ibadan, in recognition of appointment as Vice Chancellor, Tai Solarin University of Education, February 2009.

29 Grand Achievers in Public Service Award of Excellence by African Age International (in collaboration with Niger Link International Communications Ltd) in recognition of uncommon feat, achievement in public service and excellent contributions to the development of education in Nigeria, dated June 25, 2009.

30 Award of Excellence, by the Nigerian Association of Business Education Students (NABES), Ogun State, in recognition of Meritorious, Beneficial and Selfless services towards the upliftment of NABES and Tai Solarin University of Education, 4th May 2009.

31 Student National Merit Award as Performing Vice Chancellor, by the Student Union Government of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, in recognition of duty and excellence to humanity 17th April 2009.

32 Colossus in the Nigerian Education Industry Honorary Award, by the Muslim Students’ society of Nigeria, Tai Solarin University of education, in recognition of immense contributions to Muslim Students in the University and humanity in general, 21st March 2009.

33 Distinguished Service Award. by Olu of Itori Egbaland, Oba Abdul-Fatai Akorede Akamo, in recognition of selfless service, industry and wonderful contributions to the development of Itori Egba Community, 27th February, 2009.

34 Attestation of Merit. by The Baptist Boys’ High School, Abeokuta, National Old Boys’ Association, in recognition of meritorious service to mankind and Old Boy’s Association, at the 86th Founders’ Day anniversary of the Association, held at the School Hall, 24th January 2009.

35 Certificate of Commendation. by All Africa Students’ Union (AASU), Accra Ghana, in recognition of Cosmopolitanism, administrative acumen, commitment to the Development of Education and Pragmatic Dexterity towards pioneering TASUED to stardom, limelight, limelight and continental recognition, August, 2008.

36 Award of Excellence. by National Alumni Association of Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun Ogun State, in recognition of Laudable Contributions to Educational Development of Ogun State and Nigeria in General, 27th November 2008.

37 Complimentary Merit Award. by Osita Chidoka, Corps Marshal and Chief Executive Federal Road Safety Commission, on the Occasion of the Commission’s 20th Anniversary and International Conference of Road Safety in Africa, 18th February, 2008.

38 Distinguished Merit Award in Management. by Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Tai Solarin University, Ijagun Ogun State, in recognition of Outstanding contributions to the Growth of the Union and the University, 24th December 2007.

39 Distinguished Award for Excellence in Planning Education. by Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Environmental Planning Students’ Association, in recognition for Excellent Contribution to Town Planning Profession in Nigeria, 10th October 2007.

40 Achiever’s Platinum Award for Global Excellence, by Voice of Africa International, in recognition for innovative Educational Development and Management in Nigeria, 23rd September 2007.

41 Merit Award for the Administrator of the Most Peaceful Campus in Ogun State 2007. By Rotary Club of Oke-Ona Egba, District 9110 Nigeria, in recognition of tertiary educational development in Nigeria. 1st September 2007.

42 Merit Award 2006. The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Ogun State Chapter, in recognition of outstanding contributions to the advancement of Urban and Regional Planning in Ogun State, Nigeria., 25th January 2007

43 Distinguish Alumnus 2006 Award. University of Benin Alumni Association (Lagos Zone Branch), 21st October 2006.

44 Award of Excellence 2006. The Ilese Development Association, Ilese Ijebu, Ogun State, for outstanding and excellent performance as the pioneer Vice Chancellor of the First University of Education in Nigeria, and for exemplary contribution to the development of Education in Nigeria and Humanity, 26th December 2006.

45 Excellence Award 2006. The Fount Magazine publishers of the Holy Trinity (Ang.) Church, Ijebu-Ode, for outstanding support and unrelenting contributions towards Development of the Church, 3rd December 2006.

46 TimeNews 2006 Leadership in Nigeria Merit Award. TimeNews of Nigeria Prime International Communications Ltd. and TimeNews Magazine, for Leadership and Entrepreneur Excellency in Nigeria, August 31, 2006.

47 Distinguish Merit Award. Student Bar Association of Tai Solarin University of Education as the Premier Vice Chancellor of University of Education, May 10, 2006.

48 Merit Gold Award. Man ‘ O’ War of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Contribution Development of the Society in Nigeria, June 2, 2006

49 Worthy Achiever’s Award 2006. Faculty of the Social Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, in recognition of outstanding achievements in the Faculty and for the appointment at the Foundation Vice Chancellor of Tai Solarin University of Education, December 2005.

50 Merit Award 2005. The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Ogun State Chapter, in recognition of being the first Town Planner to be appointed a Vice Chancellor in the University System and also a pioneer Vice Chancellor of the First University of Education in Nigeria. June 2005.

51 Distinguished Service and Landmark Achievement – 2004. Council and Senate, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, 20th April 2004.

52 Long Service Award – 2004. Council and Senate, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, 20th April 2004.

53 Meritorious and Selfless Service as Dean in 2004. Faculty of the Social Sciences Students’ Association, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, 19th September 2004.

54 Outstanding Contribution to the University Development – 2003. Geography and Regional Planning Students’ Association, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, 28th August 2003.

55 Achievement in Academics – 2002. National Association of Urban and Regional Planning Students’ Association, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 18th October 2002.

56 Laudable Achievement in the Promotion of Data Processing Profession – 2001. The Institute of Data Processing and Management of Nigeria, Lagos. 10th February 2001.

57 Meritorious and Selfless Service 2001. Faculty of the Social Sciences Students’ Association, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 23rd February 2001.

58 Special Merit for Immense Contributions to Academic Excellence in Business Administration Programmes – 2001. Masters’ of Business Administration Students’ Association, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, 3rd November 2001.

59 Merit Award for Contribution to the Development of the Humanity and Education – 2000. Christ the King Catholic College, Odolewu, Ijebu-Ode, April 2000.

60 Dean of the Year Distinguished Award - 1999. Faculty of the Social and Management Sciences Students Association, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, June 1999.

61 Laudable Achievements and Development of the University – 1999. Association of Business Administration Students’ Association, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 27th August 1999.

62 Outstanding Achievement and Excellence – 1998. Nigerian Banking and Finance Students’ Association, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, Chapter, 16th October 1998.

63 Dean of the Year in 1998. - Faculty of the Social and Management Sciences Students Association, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, 29th September 1998.

64 Contribution to Life of Academic Community 1996/1997. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, June 1997.

O. Outstanding Achievements for the TASUED

1. 1st position in the Best Individual Researcher Development Arts Category, at the 3rd Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair, held at the University of Lagos, 25th – 28th March 2008.

2. Most Outstanding University of Education in Africa. All Africa Students’ Union (AASU), August 2008, Accra Ghana.

3. Inductee, Africa Achievers’ Hall of Fame, 2008 Kwame Nkrumah Leadership Award, All Africa Students’ Union (AASU), at Accra Ghana, 17th November 2008..

4. Corporate Award for Excellence by Renaissance Group for Cultural Rebirth, presented to Tai Solarin University of Education, in recognition of her distinguished support for culture as a vehicle of Soci-Economic Development, April 2007.

5. Initiated through Private Public Participation PPP involving individuals and corporate organisations a combine package of over N1.8billion physical assets.

6. In 5 years, 19 major physical development projects were in place, with strong linkages with Banks and corporate organisations for donations of physical buildings, computers and supporting services.

7. TASUED had 100% Accreditation with no denied accredited programme by the National University Commission (NUC) in its first accreditation just within three years of existence and till to date.

8. TASUED ranked 14th among all Nigerian Universities in Webonic Ranking and 1st among the State Universities in the Country in 2010.

P. Service to Alma Mata

(i) President, Old Boys’ Association, Baptist Boys’ High School, Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode Branch, 2010 to date.

(ii) President, Old Boys’ Association, Baptist Boys’ High School, Abeokuta, 1971 - 1975 Set Branch, 2005 to date.

Q. Sports

(i) Chairman, Gateway Tennis Club, Ijebu-Ode, 2003 – 2005.

(ii) Captain, Gateway Tennis Club, Ijebu-Ode, 2005 – to date.