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Nwhator, SO, Olatosi O, Ashiwaju MO, Isiekwe GI.  Submitted.  Emerging trends in dental specialty choice in Nigeria. International Dental Journal. 63:91–96., Number 2 Abstract
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Arowojolu, MO, OLADAPO O, Opeodu OI, Nwhator SO.  Submitted.  An evaluation of the possible relationship between chronic periodontitis and hypertension. Journal of the West African College of Surgeons. 6:20–38., Number 2 Abstract
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Savage, KO, Nwhator SO, Ayanbadejo PO.  Submitted.  Gingival prosthesis; an alternative to surgery in multiple site gingival recession. Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine. 15:184–185., Number 4 Abstract
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Smith, OS, Salawu L, Adegoke SA, Ajose OA, Ayodele R, Bolarinwa TA, Adeniyi AT, Oderinu AK.  Submitted.  High Levels of Serum Soluble Selectin-E Is Associated with Frequency of Vaso-Occlusive Crises and Haematological Parameters in Children with Sickle Cell Anaemia. Abstract
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Ojo, OO, Lawani AO, Adedigba MA, Nwhator SO.  Submitted.  Influences on smoking behaviour of adolescents and young adults in a Nigerian university. African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies. 7:89–99., Number 2 Abstract
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Samuel, T, Olagunju O, Nwhator S, Adara-Ali A, Obadipe J, Magbagbeola O.  Submitted.  An investigation on the seminal and periodontal bacteria diversity among subfertile males in Lagos. Unilag Journal of Medicine, Science and Technology. 7:1–17., Number 2 Abstract
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Nwhator, SO, Ijarogbe O, Agbaje O, Olojede CO, Olatunji AB.  Submitted.  Nigerian dentists’ knowledge of aggressive periodontitis. Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology. 18:78–81., Number 1, INDIA Abstract
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Idowu, EA, Afolabi AO, Nwhator SO.  Submitted.  Oral health knowledge and practice of 12 to 14-year-old Almajiris in Nigeria: A problem of definition and a call to action. Journal of Public Health Policy. 37:226–243., Number 2, UNITED STATES OF Abstract
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Oyetola, EO, Okunola IE, Adedigba MA, Nwhator SO, Soyele OO, Fadeju AD, Owotade FJ.  Submitted.  Oral health practices and oral hygiene status of undergraduate students at Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Health Sciences. 16:76–81., Number 2 Abstract
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Nwhator, SO, Ayanbadejo PO, Savage KO, O Jeboda S.  Submitted.  Oral hygiene status and periodontal treatment needs of Nigerian male smokers. Turkish Armed Forces Preventive Medicine Bulletin. 9:107–112., Number 2 Abstract
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Idowu, EA, Afolabi AO, Nwhator SO.  Submitted.  Oral hygiene status, practices and awareness of medium security prison inmates in northeastern Nigeria. EC Dental Science. 18:491–501. Abstract
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Odeyemi, TI, Igwebueze GU, Abati OO, Ogundotun AO.  Submitted.  Political hibernation in-between elections? Exploring the online communication and mobilisation capacities of Nigeria's political parties Journal of Public Affairs. n/a:e2804., Number n/a AbstractWebsite

A noteworthy limitation among existing studies on the use of online technologies by political parties is the focus on elections. This study extends the frontiers by examining the extent to which Nigeria's political parties use their websites, as well as Facebook and Twitter platforms to communicate and mobilise citizens during and beyond elections. Using web assessment survey, data collected from the online platforms of registered political parties in February 2015 and February 2017 were analysed—to see trends in online activities during (2015 elections) and outside of elections (2017). The study reveals that the parties are caught in the web of the contradictory possibilities of digital engagement. On the one hand, is an online quiescence in the period between elections, which is premised on poor party institutionalisation. On the other hand, the parties are largely unable to reverse elements of institutionalisation challenges by leveraging digital tools to develop roots in the society and boost their public image. This quandary helps to demonstrate where the Nigerian party system fits in the equalisation versus normalisation debate on the utility of digital tools.

Umeizudike, KA, Ayanbadejo PO, Savage KO, Akanmu AS, Nwhator SO, Emeka CI.  Submitted.  Prevalence and determinants of chronic periodontitis in HIV-positive patients in Nigeria. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease. 4:306–312., Number 4 Abstract
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Olaniran, O, Ajayi OO, Odetoyin BW, Afolayan DO, Awoyeni EA, Adekunle OT, Oyetoke OO.  Submitted.  Prevalence of Soil Transmitted Helminthes among School Children in Central Local Government Area Ile-Ife Osun State. Nigeria. Abstract
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Olajokun Racheal, E, Babatunde OW, Farancisca AO, Ayobami AE.  Submitted.  The Prevalence of Urinary Catheter Related Infections in Federal Medical Centre Abeokuta Nigeria. Abstract
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Nwhator, SO, Ogunbodede EO, Adedigba MA, Sagay D.  Submitted.  Prognostic indicators of gingival recession in Nigeria: preliminary findings. Turkish Armed Forces Preventive Medicine Bulletin. 9:187–194., Number 3 Abstract
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Akeredolu, PA, Ayanbadejo PO, Nwhator SO, Savage KO.  Submitted.  Prosthetic management of patients presenting with juvenile periodontitis at the Lagos university teaching hospital. Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine. 15:138–142., Number 3 Abstract
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Nwhator, SO, Olojede CO, Ijarogbe O, Agbaje MO.  Submitted.  Self-assessed dental health knowledge of Nigerian doctors. East African Medical Journal. 90:147–155., Number 5 Abstract
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Nwhator, SO, Winfunke-Savage K, Ayanbadejo PO, O Jeboda S.  Submitted.  Smokers’ melanosis in a Nigerian population: a preliminary study. Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice. 8:68–75., Number 5 Abstract
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Nwhator, SO, Ayanbadejo P, Savage KO.  Submitted.  Surgical procedures performed at the periodontal clinic, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. Tanzania Dental Journal. 13:50–55., Number 2 Abstract
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Abioye, AA, Atanda PO, Kolawole OF, Olorunniwo OE, Adetunji AR, Abioye OP, Akinluwade KJ.  Submitted.  The Thermal Analysis of Fuel Fired Crucible Furnace Using Autodesk Inventor Simulation Software. Abstract
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