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Prof.

OLAOYE Olalekan Jacob 

Short Profile

  • Professor of Fisheries Extension and Production Management with over 20 years Teaching, Research and Community Services (Extension) as well as Consulting experience.. Anchored in the Department of Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, College of Environmental Resources Management, FUNAAB for his Teaching and supervising of undergraduate and post graduate students as well as research duties;
  • Consultant with extensive experience and skills in large-scale socio-economics study, Agricultural/Fisheries stakeholders, and rural, peri-urban and urban agricultural/community development and field work coordination. Has served as Consultant to and/or led several large-scale studies funded by:

Word Bank funded National Fadama Development Programme (FADAMA II) in Ogun   State, Nigeria and Impact Evaluation of the programmes;

  • Ogun State (IFAD/FGN Assisted) Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP) as Consultant “The Validation of the Vulnerable Rural Farmers from VCDP-AF States to benefit from IFAD’s Recent Grant”;
  • Currently serving as Fisheries production and Value Chain Expert for IBAD LIMITED on Agricultural transformation of Ogun State with emphasis on Ilaro Zone under Ogun State Economic Transformation Project (OGSTEP);
  • Has served as a resource person to various Ministries and Agencies, NGOs, Politicians for Agricultural Extension Officers, Farmers, Fish farmers, Fish processors and other stakeholders in agriculture;
  • Has provided technical advisories services to most stakeholders in fisheries and agriculture in southwest, Nigeria;
  • Has involved in various effective extension service delivery, social works, agricultural/Fisheries surveys with various agencies such as NISER, IITA, WAAPP, NASC, ACAI, etc
  • He trains the Nation Builders (Teachers in Degree programme) through National Teachers’ Institutes, Ogun State;
  • Has served in various administrative capacities within the University System, including: Programme Leader of Training and Farm Demonstration of Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC) for eleven years;
  • Deputy Director, Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC) for one session, and currently the Director, Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria;
  • The current Vice President of Old Students association of Obalaju High School, Joga Orile , Yewa North Local government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria;
  • Has represented the university at different community functions and anniversaries; and
  • Has a publication: 79 Articles in Learned Journals (local and international peer reviewed), 7 conference proceedings, 7 monographs and 2 Patent/Inventory.

B. Agric. (Animal Breeding
and Genetics)
University of Agriculture,
Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria
1995
M.Sc. (Fisheries Management) University of Ibadan, Ibadan,
Oyo State, Nigeria
1998
Ph. D (Fisheries Management) University of Agriculture,
Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria
2010
PDE (Professional Diploma in
Education)
Federal College of Education,
Osiele, Abeokuta, Ogun State
2013
Professional Qualifications (with dates)
Le Village Francais du Nigeria, Centre Inter – Universitaire
Nigeria d’Etudes Francaises, Ajara-Badagry. 2006

(i) An investigation of indigenous techniques of fish production and
capturing by Fisher Folks in Yewa Lagoon, Ogun State, Nigeria 2016 to Date

(ii) An assessment of cooperative society as a strategies for aquaculture development in Ogun State, Nigeria 2016 to Date

(iii) Fish production variables and determinant of Nigeria Agricultural
Insurance Corporation among fish farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria 2016 to Date

(iv) Fish production variables and determinants of yield performance of
small scale fish farming in fish farm estates, Lagos State, Nigeria. 2016 to Date

(v) Attitudinal analysis of women involvement in fish processing and
marketing in Oyo State, Nigeria 2017 to Date

(vi) The role of extension services in the adoption of aquaculture
technologies in Ogun State, Nigeria 2017 to Date

(i) Science and Technology Education Post Basic (STEP-B) 2010
(ii) IFSESAR Grant on Utilization of Poultry Hatchery Waste Meal as a Substitute for fish meal in the diet of African mud catfish (Clarias gariepinus) Fingerling. 2009

(iii) IFSESAR Grant on Characterization, production and aquaculture potentials of fast growing inter-generic hybrids from Clariid species in floating net bamboo cage 2013

(iv) Competitive Grant on an economic analysis of sugarcane and wheat
value chains in Nigeria between Nigerian Institute of Social and
Economic Research (NISER) and Federal University of Agriculture,
Abeokuta (FUNAAB) sponsored by Agricultural Research
Council of Nigeria (ARCN), Abuja 2013-2014

(v) TETFUND National Research Fund provided by Directorate of Grant
Management Federal University of Agriculture (Team Research Grant).
Potentials of disseminating fishery information to artisanal fishermen
through Short Message Services (SMS) in Coastal Southwest, Nigeria 2016-2018

(vi) TETFUND Batch B Years 2018 – 2022 Intervention in
Research Project (IRP) Intervention of FUNAAB:
Comparative assessment of occupational hazards associated
with fish processors using improved and traditional smoking kilns
in South West, Nigeria December 22, 2022

(i) Fisheries Society of Nigeria (Mfs):- PM 779.
(ii) Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON).
(iii) Genetics Society of Nigeria (GSN).
(iv) Nigeria Society of Animal Production (NSAP).
(v) Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN).
(vi) Animal Science Association on Nigeria (ASAN) – 95/064.
(vii) Nigerian Institute of Animal Science – NIAS/RAS/01471.
(viii) Multidisciplinary Aquatic Studies Team (MAST).
(ix) International Society for Development & Sustainability (ISDS) – 141296.

(x) International Society of Organic Agricultural Research (ISOFAR)- 407

(xi) Vice President, Obalaju High School, Old Students Association (OBAOSA)

(xii) Nigerian Association of Evaluators (Ogun State)

AP)

(i) 23rd Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria, held at Arewa House, Kaduna on 26th – 30th October, 2008

Paper presented: (i) An assessment of the factors affecting farmed-fish marketing in
Abeokuta Zone of Ogun State.

(ii) Assessment of feeds and feeding techniques adoption in Ijebu-ode
zone of Ogun State Agricultural Development Programme,
Nigeria.

(ii) 1st West African Summit and 4th National Conference on Organic Agriculture.
FUNAAB, 2008

Paper presented: Growth response, nutrient utilization and gonadosomatic index of
African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fingerlings fed poultry hatchery
wastes meal based diets.

(iii) 25th Annual Conference and Fair of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON) held
at Badagry, Lagos State 2010
Papers presented: (i) Effect of Rainfall Pattern on Fish Production in Ogun State, Nigeria
(i) Occupational and Health Hazards in Nigerian Coastal Artisanal Fisheries.
(iv) 26th Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria held at Federal
University of Technology, Minna, Niger State. 28th Nov. – 2nd Dec. 2011

Papers presented: (i) The socio-economic analysis of small scale fish farmers in Lagos
State fish farm estate, Ikorodu, Nigeria.

(ii)The demand analysis for fresh fish in Abeokuta metropolis of
Ogun State, Nigeria.

(v) 28th Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria held in Best Western
Plus Ajuji Hotel, Gudu District, Abuja, 25th-29th November, 2013

Papers presented: Effects of soaking on artisanal polyvinyl- alcohol (PVA) synthetic
fishing twine in fresh, brackish and marine waters.

(vi) First National Conference in Bioscience and sustainability held in Crescent
University, Ayetoro road, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria 14th-17th May, 2017

Papers presented: Biotechnology and its application to aquaculture for sustainable development.

(vii) 41st Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP) held at Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria 20th-24th March, 2016

Paper presented: Assessment of occupational hazards and injuries as hindrances to enhanced fish production in fishing communities of Ogun waterside, Ogun State, Nigeria.

(viii) Maiden Bioscience Annual Conference held at Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. 15th-17th August, 2017

Paper presented: Bacterial associated with artisanal fishing gears and crafts in Oyan Lake, South West, Nigeria.

Journal Articles in Print:
(1) Ladebo, O. J., Adamu, C. O. and Olaoye, O. J. (2005). Relative contributions of perceived
organizational support and organizational justice to extension personnel’s job satisfaction.
International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE). Texas. 12 (1): 65-75
Springs. Published by Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education,
Texas, A & M University, College station, TX 77843-2116. www.aiaee.org/journal.html. (2) Olaoye, O. J., Adekoya, B. B., Ezeri, G. N. O., Omoyinmi, G. A. K. and Ayansanwo, T.
O. (2007). Fish hatchery production trends in Ogun State: 2001-2006. Journal of Field
Aquatic Studies, 3: 29-40. Published by Multidisciplinary Aquatic Study Team, Federal
University of Agriculture, P.M.B 2240, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (ISSN: 1596 – 6062).
(3) Ladebo, Olugbenga Jelil, Olaoye, Olalekan Jacob and Adamu, Comfort Oyekale (2008).
Extension personnel’s self-esteem and workplace relationships: Implications for job
satisfaction and affective organizational commitment foci. Journal of Agricultural
Education and Extension, 14(3): 249-263. Published by Routledge London W1T 3JH,
UK. www.informaworld.com/smpp/tittle~content=t741771144. (4) Adegbite, D. A., Oloruntoba, A. O. and Olaoye, O. J. (2008). Performance assessment of
Ogun State Agricultural Multi-purpose Credit Agency (OSAMCA) in credit delivery and
operation (2004-2006). Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 10(3): 127 – 153.
Published by Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania. (ISSN: 1520 – 5509).
(5) Obasa, S. O., Olaoye, O. J., Akinyemi, A. A., George, F. O. A., Abdul, W. O. and
Odusanya, A. S. (2009). Utilization of poultry hatchery waste meal as a substitute for fish
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meal in the diet of African mud catfish (Clarias gariepinus) Fingerling. Nigerian Journal
of Fisheries, 6(1&2): 15 – 20. Published by Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON). (ISSN:
1597 – 443*). www.njfisheries.blogspot.com
(6) Olaoye, O. J., Akintayo, I. A., Adekoya, M. A. and Komolafe, O. A. (2010). A study of
fish feeds use and feeding techniques in Ijebu-Ode Agricultural Extension Zone of Ogun
State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology, 2: 24 – 33.
Published by National Institute for Freshwater Fisheries Research (NIFFR), New Bussa,
Niger State, Nigeria. www.niffrnigeria.org. (ISSN: 2006 – 7577).
(7) George, F. O. A., Olaoye, O. J., Akande, O. P. and Oghobase, R. R. (2010). Determinants
of aquaculture fish seed production and development in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of
Sustainable Development in Africa, 12(8): 22 – 34. Published by Clarion University of
Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania. (ISSN: 1520 – 5509).
(8) Olaoye, O. J., Akintayo, I. A., Udolisa, R. E. K., Ezeri, G. N. O. and Ogunrinde, A. B.
(2010). Factors affecting farmed-fish production and marketing in Abeokuta Agricultural
Extension Zone of Ogun State, Nigeria, Journal of Field Aquatic Studies, 6: 106 – 119.
Published by Multidisciplinary Aquatic Study Team, Federal University of Agriculture,
P.M.B 2240, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (ISSN: 1596 – 6062).
(9) Omoyinmi, G. A. K. and Olaoye, O. J. (2010). Growth performance of Nile Tilapia
Orechromis niloticus fed diets containing different sources of animal protein. Journal of
Field Aquatic Studies, 6: 132 – 140. Published by Multidisciplinary Aquatic Study Team,
Federal University of Agriculture, P.M.B 2240, Abeokuta, Nigeria. (ISSN: 1596 – 6062).
(10) Olaoye, O. J. and Oloruntoba, A. (2010). Determinant of aquaculture technologies
adoption among Fish-Farmers in Obafemi – Owode Local Government Area of Ogun
State, Nigeria. Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Art, 5(1): 37-48.
Published by Federal University of Agriculture, P.M.B 2240, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset
(11) Olaoye, O. J., Ashaolu, O. F., Idowu, A. A., Akintayo, I. A and Talabi, J. O. (2011). Fish
production variables and determinants of demand for Ogun State Agricultural and
Multipurpose Credit Agency Loans among Fish Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. Obeche
Journal, 29(1): 218 – 226. Published by Department of Forest Resources Management,
University of Ibadan, Nigeria. (ISSN: 0078 – 2912).
(12) Olaoye, O. J., Oyekunle, O., Omoyinmi, G. A. K., Akintayo, I. A. and Arogundade, B. F.
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(2011). Contributions of Fadama II projects to aquaculture development in Ogun State,
Nigeria. Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts, 6(1): 11 – 24.
Published by University of Agriculture, P.M.B 2240, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset
(13) Oyekunle, O., Olaoye, O. J., Lawal-Adebowale, O. A. and Ayanda, I. F. (2011). Analysis
of multimedia channels of information available to fish farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria.
Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts, 6(1): 68 – 80. Published by
University of Agriculture, P.M.B 2240, Abeokuta, Nigeria. http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset
(14) Olaoye, O. J., Akintayo, I. A., Solaja, K. A., Ashley-Dejo, S. S., Odebiyi, C. O. and
Abdulsalami, S. A. (2011). Analysis of the adoption of floating feeds by small scale Fish
Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Field Aquatic Studies, 7: 33-44. Published by
Multidisciplinary Aquatic Study Team (MAST), Federal University of Agriculture, P.M.B
2240, Abeokuta, Nigeria. ISSN: 15966062
(15) Omoyinmi, G. A. K, Olaoye, O. J, Omoare, A. M and Bello, T. T. (2012). Impact of
operational research on household food security and livelihood in Abeokuta, Nigeria.
Agricultural Science Research Journals Accra Ghana 2(7): 379-383, Available online at
http://www.resjournals.com/ARJ
(16) Olaoye, O. J., George, F. O. A., Abdul, W. O., Adelaja, O. A., Ashley-Dejo, S. S. and
Salako, A. A. (2012). Profitability and viability of fish farming enterprises using
government credit agency loan in Ogun State of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries,
9(1): 460 – 467. Published by Fisheries Society of Nigeria. www.njfisheries.blogspot.com
(17) Olaoye, O. J., Adelaja, O. A. B., Ashley-Dejo, S. S., Omoyinmi, G. A. K. , Idowu, A. A.
and Odebiyi, C. B. (2012). Impact of Nigerian Agricultural Cooperative and Rural
Development Bank Loan (NACRDB) on fish farming enterprises in Ogun State, Nigeria.
Nigerian Journal of Fisheries, 9(1): 468 – 476. Published by Fisheries Society of Nigeria.
www.njfisheries.blogspot.com
(18) Olalekan Jacob Olaoye; Dorcas Adetokunbo Adegbite; Olumuyiwa F. Ashaolu; Godwin
Alafia Kayode Omoyinmi; Oluwaseun Christianah Odebiyi; Funmilayo Modupe Ajayi
(2012). Socio-economic determinant of the demand for Ogun State Agricultural
Multipurpose Credits Agency (OSAMCA) loan amongst Fish Farmers in Remo Zone of
Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. 14 (2): 162 -181.
Published by Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania
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(19) Idowu, A. A., Odulate, D. O., Olaoye, O. J., Ikenweiwe, N. B., Obasa, S. O. and Abdul,
W. O. (2012). Morphometric and Meristic Study of Ethmalosa fimbriata (Bowdich) from
Brackish Water and Marine Environment, Journal of Agricultural Science and
Environment, 12(1): 60-66. Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta,
Nigeria. http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset
(20) Udolisa, R. E. K., Akinyemi, A. A. and Olaoye, O. J. (2013). Occupational and health
hazards in Nigerian coastal artisanal fisheries. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science,
8: 14-20. Published by Science Alert Journal Inc. New York, USA. Available online
www.sciencealert. ISSN 1816-4927
(21) Agbebi, O. T., Ilesanmi, A. I., Alegbeleye, W. O., Odulate, D. O., Obasa, S. O. and
Olaoye, O. J. (2013). Growth and Haematological Effects of Replacing Maize with Feed
Wastes on the Juvenile Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822). Journal of Fisheries and
Aquatic Science, New York, USA, 8(4): 535 – 543. Published by Science alert Journal
Inc. USA. Available online www.sciencealert. (22) Olaoye, Olalekan Jacob and Odebiyi, Oluwaseun Christianah (2013). Impact of
Microfinance Bank Loan on Aquaculture Development in Ogun State, Nigeria. Pertanika
Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 21(3): 839 – 852 University Putra Malaysia,
43400 Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia. http://www.pertanika.upm.edu.my/index%20-
%20JSSH.htm . (23) Akinyemi, A. A., Jimoh, R. O., Olaoye, O. J. and Ezeri, G. N. O. (2013). Micro – organisms associated with smoked fish (Sardinella eba) in selected market locations in
Abeokuta zone of Ogun State, Nigeria. Aquafield, 9: 53-65. Published by Multidisciplinary
Aquatic Study Term (MAST), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. ISSN:
1596-6062.
(24) Olaoye, O. J., Oyekunle, O., Akintayo, I. A., Akhibi, G. and Abdulraheem, I. (2014).
Farmers’ use of improved aquaculture management practices in Western zone of Lagos
State Agricultural Development Programme (ADP), Nigerian Journal of Animal
Production, 41(1): 244-257. Published by The Nigerian Society of Animal Production.
(25) Olaoye, O. J., Adegbite, D. A., Oluwalana, E. O., Vaughan, I. O., Odebiyi, C. O., and
Adediji, A. P. (2014). Comparative Evaluation of Economic Benefits of Earthen Fish
Ponds and Concrete Tanks in Aquaculture Enterprises in Oyo State, Nigeria. Croatian
Journal of Fisheries, 72(3): 107-117, WEB: http://ribarstvo.agr.hr/, E-mail:
ribarstvo@agr.hr Published by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
South Eastern Europe.
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(26) George, F. O. A., Ogbolu, A. O., Olaoye, O. J., Obasa, S. O., Idowu, A. A., and Odulate,
D. O. (2014). Fish processing technologies in Nigeria: A case study of Ibeju-Lekki Local
Government Area, Lagos State. American Journal of Food Technology, 9 (6): 302-310.
Published by Science alert Journal Inc. USA. Available online www.sciencealert. (27) Abdulsalami, S. A., Abubakar, M. I., Odulate, D. O., Olaoye, O. J., Odebiyi, O. C. and
Akinkunmi, A. A. (2014). Assessment of mechanical strength properties on Automotive
Gas Oil (AGO) Polluted Artisanal PVA Synthetic Fishing Twine. The Pacific Journal of
Science and Technology, 15 (2): 19 – 27. Published by Akamai University, Hawai, USA.
http://www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.htm
(28) Olaoye, O. J., Akinyemi, A. A., Oduneye, O. A. and Ezeri, G. N. O. (2014). MicroOrganisms associated with Smoked Prawn (Macrobranchium spp) in selected Market
locations in Abeokuta Metropolis of Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science
and Environment, 14: 109-117. Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta,
Nigeria. http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset
(29) Olaoye, O. J., Ezeani, S. I. and Onifade, O. T. (2014). An investigation into the factors
facilitating extension services available to fish farmers in Ijebu Ode Agricultural Extension
Zone, Ogun state, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 41 (2): 206-218.
Published by The Nigerian Society for Animal Production. ISBN: 0331-2064.
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Adegbite, D. A., Olaoye, O. J., Oyeyinka, R. A., Abolude, R. A. and Momoh, S. (2014).
Loan supply and recovery among small scale farmers: case of the Government Guarantee
Agricultural Loans Scheme, Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Management
and Rural Development (JAMARD), 5: 116-124. Published by College of Agricultural
Sciences, Yewa Campus, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun state, Nigeria.
Olaoye, O. J., Oyekunle, O., Akintayo, I. A., Orunsolu, A. M., Odebiyi, C. O.,
Abdulsalami, S. A. and Ashley-Dejo. S. S. (2014). Motivational factors responsible for
women involvement in fish processing and marketing in Ogun waterside, Ogun State,
Nigeria. Ibadan Journal of Agricultural Research (IJAR), 10: 33-44. Published by
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
journalofagricresearch@gmail.com
(32) Adegbite, D. A., Ashaolu, O. F., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y., Olaoye, O. J. and Phillips, A. A.
(2015). Comparative economic analyses of production efficiency of Fadama II catfish
beneficiaries with non-beneficiaries, Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Biology, Agriculture
and Healthcare, 6: 1-10. Published by ISTE, www.iste.org.
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(33) Idowu, A. A., Jenyo-Oni, A., Olaoye, O. J., Ojelade, O. C. and El-Imam, K. A. (2015).
Analysis of fishing technology and fish production by women in small-scale fishing
enterprise in Ogun Waterside LGA, Ogun State, Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Fisheries,
12(1): 787-794. Published Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON)
www.njfisheries.blogspot.com
(34) Olaoye, O. J., Adelaja, O. A., Ashaolu, O. F., Ikenweiwe, N. B. and Ashley-Dejo, S. S.
(2015). Assessment of marketing efficiency of smoked fish among artisanal fisher folks in
Ogun Waterside Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of
Fisheries, 12(1): 855-864. Published by Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON)
www.njfisheries.blogspot.com
(35) Olaoye, O. J., Adegbite, D. A., Oluwalana, E. O., Ashley-Dejo, S. S., Adelaja, O.A. and
Fagbohun, A. E. (2015). Economic analysis of fish processing and marketing in Ogun
Waterside Local Government, Ogun State, Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Animal
Production, 42(2): 235-245. Published by The Nigerian Society for Animal Production.
ISBN: 0331-2064.
(36) Olaoye, O.J., Awotunde, J.M., Onifade, O.T., Akintayo, I.A. and Agunbiade, D. (2015).
Assessment of youth attitude towards fish production in Abeokuta Metropolis, Ogun State,
Nigeria, International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, 7(1):
24-31. Published by Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria.
http://www.ijaerd.lautechaee-edu.com
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Oose, M. O., Banmeke, T. O. A., Olaoye, O. J., Otufale G. A. and Opele, A. I. (2015).
Fisheries information needs of artisanal fishers in coastal communities of South-West
Nigeria: Lessons for Effective Fisheries Information Dissemination, International Journal
of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, 7(1): 44-51. Published by Ladoke
Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria. http://www.ijaerd.lautechaeeedu.com
Olaoye, O. J., Oluwalana, E. O., Ojebiyi, W. G., Ogunremi, J. B. and Badmus, F. O.
(2015). Profitability analysis of riverine artisanal fish processors in Ogun Waterside Local
Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria, Ibadan Journal of Agricultural Research
(IJAR), 11(2): 87-98. Published by Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of
Ibadan, Nigeria. journalofagricresearch@gmail.com
(39) Olaoye, O. J., Ezeri, G. N. O., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y., Awotunde, J. M. and Ojebiyi, W.
G. (2016). Dynamics of the adoption of improved aquaculture technologies among fish
farmers in Lagos State, Nigeria. Croatian Journal of Fisheries, 74: 56-70. WEB:
http://ribarstvo.agr.hr/, E-mail: ribarstvo@agr.hr Published by Faculty of Agriculture,
University of Zagreb, Croatia. South Eastern Europe.
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Olaoye, O. J., Ojebiyi, W. G., Opele, A. I. and Baiyewu, A. K. (2016). Socio-economic
analysis of small scale fish farmers in Ilaro agricultural extension zone of Ogun state,
Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (JAFF), 15(2): 64-74. Published
by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria.
Jaff_agric@uniben.edu
Olaoye, O. J. (2016). Adoption of improved postharvest fisheries technologies among fish
processors in Lagos State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and
Rural Development, 8(1): 8-18. Published by Ladoke Akintola University of Technology,
Ogbomoso, Nigeria. http://www.ijaerd.lautechaee-edu.com
Ashley- Dejo, S. S., Omoniyi, I. T., Olaoye, O. J., Fakoya, E. O. and Adelaja, O. A.
(2016). Adoption of improved fish hatchery production technologies by fish hatchery
managers in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 43(2): 399 – 411. Published by The Nigerian Society for Animal Production.
Olaoye, O.J., Ojebiyi, W.G., Mathew, C.T., Nwekoyo, V.E. (2016). Effect of Students
Industrial Work Experience Scheme on Fish Farming in Ogun State, Nigeria. International
Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, 8(1): 33-39. Published by
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria.
http://www.ijaerd.lautechaee-edu.com
(44) Oose, M.O., Banmeke T.O.A., Olaoye O.J. and Umunna, M.O. (2017). Artisanal Fishers’
accessibility to Fishery information in Coastal Fishing Communities of Southwest Nigeria.
Moore Journal of Agricultural Research, 18: 127-138. Published by Institute of
Agricultural Research and Training, Obafemi Awolowo, Ibadan, Nigeria .
(45) Ashley-Dejo, S. S., Olaoye, O. J. and Adelaja, O. A. (2017). Comparative evaluation of
economic benefits of adopters and non-adopters of improved fish production technologies
in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 44(2): 223 – 229. Published by The Nigerian Society for Animal Production.
(46) Olaoye, O. J. Ojebiyi, W. G., Awotunde, J. M., Olasode, A. A. (2017). Level of Adoption
of Improved Aquaculture Technologies among Fish Farmers in Ijebu-Ode Local
Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria” Ibadan Journal of Agricultural Research,
13(1): 1-15. Published by Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan,
Nigeria. journalofagricresearch@gmail.com
(47) Olaoye, O. J., Awotunde, J.M., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y., Ezeri, G.N.O. and Ojebiyi, W.G.
(2017). Awareness and adoption of improved postharvest technologies among fish handlers
in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (JAFF), 16 (1):
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18-30. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria.
Jaff_agric@uniben.edu
(48) Olaoye, O. J. (2017). Rate of adoption and discontinuance of improved postharvest
technologies among fish processors in Lagos and Ogun States, Nigeria. Journal of
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (JAFF), 16 (2): 42-49. Published by Faculty of
Agriculture, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. Jaff_agric@uniben.edu
(49) Olaoye, O.J., Ogunremi, J.B., Ojebiyi, W.G., Ojelade, C.O. and Falodun, O.M. (2017).
Analysis of marketing channels and marketing efficiency of smoked fish marketers in
Ogun State, Nigeria. FUW Trends in Science & Technology Journal, 2(1B): 483 – 488. Published by Federal University Wukari Taraba State, Nigeria. www.ftstjournal.com
(50) Ogunremi, J.B., Olaoye, O.J. and Kida, A.D. (2017). Information sources and accessibility
among Fisher Folks in Ese – Odo and Ilaje Local Government Areas of Ondo State,
Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment, 13(2): 83-85.
Published by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
agrifoodenv@njafe.org
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Olaoye, O.J., Ojebiyi, W.G., Ogunremi, J.B., Oose, M.O., Ojeikhoa, O.R. and Opele, A.I.
(2017). Some Hazardous Practices Associated with Artisanal Fish Processing in Ogun
Waterside Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Applied Tropical Agriculture,
22(1): 68-77. Published by School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, The
Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. ata@futa.ed.ng
Oose, M.O., Banmeke T.O.A. and Olaoye O.J. (2017). Artisanal Fishermen’s Utilization
of Mobile Phone Applications in Coastal Fishing Communities of Southwest Nigeria.
Ibadan Journal of Agricultural Research, 12(2): 69-78. Published by Faculty of
Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
journalofagricresearch@gmail.com
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Olaoye, O.J. (2017). Adoption and discontinuance of improved aquaculture technologies
among fish farmers in Southwest, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural and
Development Economics (NIJADE), 7(2): 1-21. Published by Department of Agricultural
Economics and Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Abuja, Nigeria.
www.uniabuja.edu.ng/ijade
Olaoye, O.J., Nwekoyo, V.E., Ojebiyi, W.G. and Matthew, C.T. (2017). Students’
industrial work experience scheme: Potentials for increasing domestic fish supply in
Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural and Development Economics (NIJADE), 7(2):
74-84. Published by Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Faculty of
Agriculture, University of Abuja, Nigeria. www.uniabuja.edu.ng/ijade
Ashley-Dejo, S.S., Olaoye, O.J. and Adelaja, O.A. (2017). Analysis of profitability of
small-scale catfish farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria. Malaysian Journal of Animal Science, 20(2): 11-24. Published by Malaysian Society of Animal Production, Malaysia.
http://www.mjas.my/
(56) Olaoye, O.J., Mathew, C.T., Ojebiyi, W.G. and Nwekoyo, V.E. (2017). Assessment of
Benefits Derived from Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) Among
Fish Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture
(NIJFAQ), 5(2): Published by University of Maiduguri www.unimaid.edu.ng. (57)
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Olaoye, O.J., Ogunremi, J.B., Ojebiyi, W.G., Ojelade, C.O. Shopade, O.A. and Opele, I.A.
(2017). Investigation of Sources of Micro-Credit, and Profitability of Fish Farming in
Eriwe Fish Farm Estate, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Food
Environment, 4(2): 35-49. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, Delta State University,
Asaba Campus, Asaba, Nigeria www.jafedelsu.com
Olaoye, O.J. (2017). Adoption of Improved Fisheries Technologies among Fish Farmers
in Ogun State, Nigeria. Applied Tropical Agriculture, 22(2): 42-51. Published by School
of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, The Federal University of Technology,
Akure, Nigeria. ata@futa.ed.ng
Olaoye, O.J., Ojebiyi, W.G. and Ojo, O.O. (2017). Profitability of gill net and cast net
fishing gears among artisanal fishers in lagoon waters of Ogun State. Nigerian Journal of
Agriculture, Food and Environment, 13(3): 84-89. Published by Faculty of Agriculture,
University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. agrifoodenv@njafe.org
Olaoye, O. J., Ojebiyi, W. G., Olukoga, A. S. and Ogunremi, J. B. (2018). Awareness and
Adoption of Improved Fishing Gears among Fishermen in Ogun Waterside Local
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Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture,
6(2): 11 – 18, Published by Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Agriculture, University of
Maiduguri, Nigeria. http://www.unimaid.edu.ng
Ogunremi, J.B., Olowojuni, O. and Olaoye, O.J. (2018). Assessment of the sustainable
practices by artisanal fishers’ association in Ilaje Local government area of Ondo State,
Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 7(4): 1441-1448.
Published by International Society for Development and Sustainability (ISDS) LLC, Japan.
www.isdsnet.com/ijds
Olaoye, O. J., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y., Awotunde, J. M., Ezeri, G. N. O. and Ojebiyi, W.
G. (2018). Adoption of improved fishing technologies among fisher folks in Ogun State,
Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (JAFF), 17 (2): 22-33. Published
by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria.
Jaff_agric@uniben.edu
Ashley-Dejo, S.S., Omoniyi, I.T., Olaoye, O.J. and Adelaja, O.A. (2019).bProfitability
analyses of fish hatchery enterprise in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of
Agricultural Extension, 20(2): 49-61. Published by Agricultural Extension Society of
Nigeria (AESON).
Olaoye, O.J., Ojebiyi, W.G., Olalekan, T.O., Abdulsalami, S.A. and Opele, I.A. (2019).
Contribution of women fish merchants in artisanal fisheries development in Ogun
waterside local government area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries,
16(2): 1729 – 1736. Published by Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON)
www.njfisheries.blogspot.com
(65) Onunkwor, B. O., Akinpelu, T. O., Oladipupo, O. J., Ugbaja, R. N., Olaoye, O. J., Abdulraheem, I. and Babayemi, D. O. (2019). Impact of Ogun River pollution on
antioxidants and proximate composition of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus). Nigerian
Journal of Animal Production, 46(3):163 – 184. Published by The Nigerian Society for
Animal Production.
(66) Ashley-Dejo, S.S., Omoniyi, I .T., Olaoye, O.J., Adelaja, O.A. and Idi-Ogede, A.M.
(2019). Analysis of profit efficiency and its determinants among catfish hatchery farmers
in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agricultural Extension, 20(2): 24-38.
Published by Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON).
(67) Edun, O.A., Olaoye, O.J., Otubusin, S.O., Fakoya, E.O., Ojebiyi, W.G. and Ashley-Dejo,
S.S. (2019). Levels of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons present in smoked catfish from
Chorkor and NIOMR Ovens in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Scientific
Research, 18(5): 551-557; September-December; njsr.abu.edu.ng.
(68) Olaoye, O.J., Ojebiyi, W.G., Awotunde, J.M. and Adeyemi, M.O.( 2019). Investigation of
the indigenous and modern fishing gears in Oyan Lake, Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian
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Journal of Scientific Research, 18(5): 558-564; September-December; njsr.abu.edu.ng.
(69) Olaoye, O.J., Oluwalana, E.O.., Ojebiyi, W.G. and Ayantunji, T. (2019). Profitability
analysis of fish farming among small scale fish farmers in Ikorodu fish farm estate, Lagos
State, Nigeria. ASUU Journal of Social Sciences,A Journal of Research and
Development, 6(1 & 2): 141-164. Published by Academic Staff Union of University
(ASUU), Nigeria..
(70) Olaoye O. J., Ojebiyi W. G., Soyoye V. O. and Makinde K. O. (2020). Comparative
Analyses of Socio-economic characteristics of Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation
(NAIC) participants and non-participants Fish Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. Ife Journal
of Agriculture, 32(3): 142-155. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture Obafemi
Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
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Alabi, O.T., Olaoye, O.J., George, F.O.A., Adeola, A.A., Alabi, J.O. and Ojebiyi, W.G.
(2020). Awareness and adoption levels of improved smoking oven among fish processors
in Lagos Lagoon, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 55(2): 39 – 58.
Published by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research of Ghana.
Ashley-Dejo, S.S., Adelaja, O.A., Idi-Ogede, A.M., Omoniyi, I. T. and Olaoye, O.J. (2020). Economic efficiency and profitability of fish hatchery enterprises in Osun State,
Nigeria. Nigerian Agricultural Journal, 51(2): 337-345. Published by the Agricultural
Society of Nigeria.
(73) Alabi, O.T., Olaoye, O.J., George, F.O.A., Adeola, A.A., Alabi, J.O., Taiwo, A.M. (2020).
Concentration and potential health risk associated with dietary intake of smoked fish from
Lagos Lagoon. Journal of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences,74(2): 20-36.
Published by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food – Skopje Republic of North
Marcedonia.
(74) Olaoye, O. J., Ojebiyi, W. G., Duye, O. F. and Soyoye V. O. (2021). Socio-economic
determinants of household food security among fish farmers in Odogbolu Local
Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture, 33(2): 15-25.
Published by the Faculty of Agriculture Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
(75) Olaoye, O. J., Oyetade, O. P., Nwekoyo, V. E., Ojebiyi, W. G. and Olanipekun, T. R.
(2021). Socio-economic characteristics and adoption of improved fishing technologies
among artisanal fishers in Yewa Lagoon, Ogun State. Applied Tropical Agriculture,
26(1), 220 – 230. Published by School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, The
Federal University of Technology, P.M.B. 704, Akure, Nigeria.
(76) Olaoye, O.J., Ojebiyi, W.G. and Opatoyinbo, T.P. (2021). Assessment of barter system
among fish traders in Imakun-Omi, Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural
Sociology 21(2), 63-69. Published by Sociological Society of Nigeria
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(77) Olaoye O.J., Ojebiyi W.G. and Akinrinola A.O. (2022). Occupational hazards associated
with frozen fish marketing in Abeokuta metropolis in Ogun State, Nigeria. Agro-Science,
21 (3), 59-54. DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/as.v21i3.6
(78) Olaoye, O. J., Ojebiyi, W. G., Oyetade, O. P. and Ajiboye, K. J. (2023). Comparative
economic analysis of Earthen Pond and Concrete Tank Production systems among Fish
Farmers in Lagos State, Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture, 35 (1): 24-37. Published by
the Faculty of Agriculture Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
(79) Olaoye, O.J., Ojebiyi, W.G., Anakwe, E. And Akinniyi, O.T. (2023 ). Effect of Training
on knowledge of Extension Personnel in selected Agricultural Value Chains in Ogun State,
Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture, 35, (1): 58-71. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
C. Papers in Referred Conference Proceedings
(80) Olaoye, O. J., Akintayo, I. A., Udolisa, R. E. K and Cole, A. O. (2010). Effect of Rainfall
Pattern on Fish Production in Ogun State, Nigeria: An Appraisal Proceedings 25th Annual
Conference and Fair of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON), E. J. Ansa, H. A.
Fashina-Bombata and P. E. Ndimele (Eds) 350 – 355. Published by Fisheries Society on
Nigeria (FISON), Lagos State Chapter
(81) Abdulsalami, S. A., Udolisa, R. E. K., Olaoye, O. J., Abdulsalami, A. O. and Ayeloja, A.
A. (2011). Effects of soaking on artisanal polyvinyl- alcohol (PVA) synthetic fishing twine
in fresh, brackish and marine waters. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference and
Biennial General meeting of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON), A.O. Adeyemo,
J.F. Alfred-Ockiya, M.E. Alison, R.I Keremah, A.I.T. Otobotekere, C.C. Tawari, T.
Kingdom and O.A. Aghoghovwia (Eds) 129 – 133. Published by Fisheries Society on
Nigeria (FISON), Bayelsa State Chapter. ISBN: 978-177-041-4.
(82) Olaoye, O. J., Odebiyi, C. O., Omoyinmi, G. A. K., Akintayo, I. A., Udolisa, R. E. K.,
Ezeri, G. N. O. and Hundeyin-Agoro, O. C. (2012). The socio-economic analysis of small
scale fish farmers in Lagos State fish farm estate, Ikorodu, Nigeria: An Appraisal
Proceedings 26th Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON), R. J.
Kolo and A. M. Orire (Eds) 214 – 222. Published by Fisheries Society on Nigeria
(FISON), Niger State Chapter. ISBN: 994-436-15323-21.
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Olaoye, O. J., Odebiyi, C. O., Omoyinmi, G. A. K., Akintayo, I. A., Ezeri, G. N. O. and
Soremekun, S. O. (2012). The demand analysis for fresh fish in Abeokuta metropolis of
Ogun State, Nigeria: An Appraisal Proceedings 26th Annual Conference of the Fisheries
Society of Nigeria (FISON), R. J. Kolo and A. M. Orire (Eds) 266 – 273. Published by
Fisheries Society on Nigeria (FISON), Niger State Chapter. ISBN: 994-436-15323-21.
Abdulsalami, S.A., Ezeri, G.N.O., Odulate, D.O., Udolisa, R. E. K., Olaoye, O. J., Jimoh,
W.A., Ayeloja, A. A. and Abubakar, M.I. (2017). Bacterial associated with artisanal
fishing gears and crafts in Oyan Lake, South West, Nigeria. Proceedings of the Maiden
Bioscience Annual Conference of College of Biosciences, FUNAAB. 8 – 13. Published
by College of Bioscience, FUNAAB, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
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Oyetade, O.P., Olaoye, O.J., Nwekoyo, V.E., Akinde, A.O., Ojebiyi, W.G. and Abubakar,
M.I. (2021). Artisanal fish smoking activities in Yewa Lagoon, Ogun State, Nigeria. Presented at the 36th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held at University
of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria from 24th-29th October, 2021
Adeosun, O.M., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y., Olaoye, O.J., Soyoye, O.V., Onireti, O.B. and
Adeosun, F.I. (2021): Spatio-Seasonal Distribution of Fish species along Ogun river basin.
Presented at the 36th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria held at University
of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria from 24th-29th October, 2021
D. Books, Monographs and Chapters in Books
(i) Omotayo, A.M, Jaiyeola, M.A. and Olaoye, O. J. (2006). Editors: New Horizons
In: Specialist Extension Support System in Nigeria (11). Proceeding of the
Extension Orientation Workshop for Academic Staff, UNAAB. AMREC
Publication Series 3
(ii) Omotayo, A.M., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y. and Olaoye, O. J. (2006). Editors: Fish
production, preservation, processing and storage. Training Manual for Fish
Farmers. Published by Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre
(AMREC) and University of Agriculture, Abeokuta and BATN Foundation, Lagos.
46pp.
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(iii) Olaoye, Jacob (2011). Critical Analysis of Adoption of Improved Fisheries
Technologies: Innovations Adoption Studies among Fish Farmers, Fisher-Folks and
Fish Handlers in Lagos and Ogun States of Nigeria. LAP LAMBERT Academic
Publishing, Germany. 373pp.
(iv) Olaoye, Jacob and Odebiyi, Oluwaseun (2012). Impact of Microfinance Bank Loan
on Aquaculture Development, Nigeria. Farmers Credit in Aquaculture Development.
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing Gmbh & Co.KG, Germany. 105p.
(v) Olaoye, Olalekan Jacob and OKE, Abdulfatai Olubukola (2013). Economic
analysis of fish hatchery operations in Ogun State, Nigeria. LAP LAMBERT
Academic Publishing, Germany. 110p.
(vi) Olaoye, Olalekan Jacob and and Ojebiyi, Wahab Gbenga (2018). Marine Fisheries in
Nigeria: A Review. Published by Book Department @intechopen.com. Pp. 155-173.
http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.75032
(vii) Oyedepo, J.A., Irekhore, O.T., Bello, K.O., Olaoye, O.J., Lala, A.O., Oluwalana,
E.O.A., Oyedepo, E.O. and Omotayo, A.M. (2020). Livelihood Support Programmes for
Sustainable Development Goals in Rural Nigeria. In: Nhamo, G. and Mjimba, V. (eds.),
Sustainable Development Goals and Institutions of Higher Education, Sustainable
Development Goals Series, published by Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020.
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-26157-3_13. Pp. 155-168. (viii) Olaoye, O. J. and Ojebiyi, W. G. (2020). Occupational health hazards associated with
Nigerian fisheries. In Palaniappan, K. and McCauley, P. (Eds.), Occupational wellbeing.
DOI:10.5772/intechopen.94205.
E. Patent/Inventory (Academic Distinction)
Participated in Variety release:
1 FUNAABOR-1 (Ofada Gold) rice released, registered & commercialized 2011
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2 FUNAABOR-2 (Ofada White) rice released, registered & commercialized 201

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