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MONDAY James, JAMES-UNAMF.  2013.  Promoting Production Capabilities of Small-Scale Manufacturing Business through Microfinance Banking in Nigeria. Journal of Research in National Development,. Vol. 11(2):43-50.
MONDAY James, AGORZIEC.  2014.  Strengthening Technological Capacity Building of Indigenous Oil Firms: The Local Content Policy Dimension. Journal of Research in National Development, . Vol. 12(2):112–121.
MONDAY James, INNEH Godwin, OJOV.  2014.  Effect of Internal Control Systems on Operating Performance of Small Business in Lagos Metropolis. International Conference on Accounting, Finance and Management,. :237-256., Ile-Ife: Department of Management & Accounting, O.A.U.my_paper_internal_control_icafim_2014_full_paper_amended_1.pdf
MONDAY James, OBOKOHL.  2018.  Strategic Financial Management and Performance of Small and Medium-scale Enterprises in Nigeria: An Empirical Evidence, 30 August. International Conference on Business and Management Dynamics,. , Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa
MONDAY James, AGORZIE Claudius, ASAOLUT.  2012.  Local Content Policy and Technological Capacity Building of SMEs in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry. Energy Technology and Infrastructure for Sustainable Development. :352-368., Abuja: Nigerian Association of Energy Economicsmy_paper_local_content_policy_and_technology_capacity_building_of_smes_naee_full2.pdf
MONDAY James, AKINOLA Grace, OLOGBENLAPALADERAJIT.  2015.  Strategic Management and Firm performance: A Study of Selected Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Management, . Vol. 7(2):161–171.
MONDAY James,;.  2012.  Materials Management for Business Success: The Case of the Nigerian Bottling Company Plc.. International Journal of Economics and Management Sciences, . Vol. 1(7):50-56.my_paper_materials_management_for_business_success.pdf
MONDAY James, AGORZIE Claudius, BELLOAJAMES-UNAMF.  2015.  Enhancing Sustainable Development of Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises through Total Quality Management: Evidence from Nigeria. Ife Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Management, . Vol. 1(1):25-37.articles_9_-_monday_-_tqm_in_smes_ifeds_final_correction.pdf
Moninuola, OA, Ayodele KP, Kehinde LO, Yesufu TK.  2009.  A PLATFORM FOR INERTIAL MOTION CAPTURE AND MODELING OF HUMAN MOVEMENT. Ife Journal of Technology. 18(2):63-71.
Mordi, CU, Eleruja MA, Egharevba GO, Akinwunmi OO, B.Olofinjana, Jeynes C, Ajayi EOB.  2009.  Metal Organic Chemical Vapour Deposited Thin Films of Cobalt Oxide Prepared via Cobalt Acetylacetonate. J. Mater. Sci. Technol. . Vol. 25:85-89.
Mordi, CU, Eleruja MA, Taleatu BA, Egharevba GO, Adedeji AV, Akinwunmi OO, Olofinjana B, Ajayi EOB.  2009.  Metal Organic Chemical Vapour Deposited Thin Films of Cobalt Oxide Prepared via Cobalt Acetylacetonate. Journal of Material Science Technology. 25(1):85-89.
Mordi, CU, Eleruja MA, Taleatu BA, Egharevba GO, Adedeji AV, Akinwunmi OO, Olofinjana B, Jeynes C, Ajayi EOB.  2009.  Metal Organic Chemical Vapour Deposited Thin Films of Cobalt Oxide Prepared via Cobalt Acetylacetonate. Materials Science and Technology. 25(1):85-89.mordi_et_al._2009-_jmst.pdf
Morobe, IC, Mthethwa NS, Bisi-Johnson MA, Vasaikar SD, Obi CL, Oyedeji AO, Kambizi L, Eloff JN, Hattori T.  2011.  Cytotoxic effects and safety profiles of extracts of active medicinal plants from the Eastern Cape, South Africa. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and infection. 26(3):141.
Mosaku, KS, Akinyoola AL, Fatoye FEMIO, Adegbehingbe OO.  2009.  Psychological reactions to amputation in a sample of Nigerian amputees. General hospital psychiatry. 31:20–24., Number 1: Elsevier Abstract
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Mosaku, SK, Akinsulore A, Onwuchekwa IJ, Ibigbami OI, Fatoye FO.  2013.  Personality Traits among Inmates of Aba Prison in Nigeria: Influence of the Five Factor Model on Inmate Status and type of Offences. Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 12(2):9-15.: Association of Psychiatrists in Nigeria Abstract
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Mosaku, SK, Oyekunle AA, Aneke JC, Bolarinwa RA, Osho PO, Akinola NO, others.  2015.  Avascular necrosis significantly impairs quality of life in sickle cell disease. Journal of Clinical Sciences. 12:41., Number 1: Medknow Publications Abstract
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Mosaku, K, Akinsulore A, Onwuchekwa IJ, Ibigbami O, Fatoye F.  2013.  Personality Traits among Inmates of Aba Prison in Nigeria: Influence of the Five Factor Model on Inmate Status and type of Offences, 2013/01/01. 12:9-15. Abstract

Background: Personality traits are the basic elements in the study of personality and it influences decision making by affecting our choices about whether to engage in different behaviours. Knowledge of the different personality traits among prison inmate is useful as it will assists in the development of interventions and strategies that target people with specific trait profiles so as to maximize their e f f e c t i v e n e s s i n c h a n g i n g behaviour. Aim: To assess the personality traits of inmates in Aba prison Methods: Four hundred and six inmates were studied. Each inmate completed a semi-structured sociodemographic questionnaire a n d p e r s o n a l i t y t r a i t s w e r e assessed with the 44-item Big Five Inventory. Results: The majority (72.7%) of the inmates were within the age r a n g e o f 2 1 -4 0 y e a r s . T h e personality trait with the highest mean score was openness while neuroticism had the lowest mean score. A large proportion of the inmates were awaiting trial (94.6%) while only few were convicted inmates (5.4%). The most common type of offence among the inmate was armed robbery (34.0%), followed by stealing, murder and assault (29.6%, 17.0% and 15.0 respectively) while rape and kidnapping were the least common o f f e n c e (0 . 5 % a n d 0 . 2 % respectively). The convicted inmates reported significant higher mean scores on extraversion and agreeableness than the awaiting trial inmates. There were significant 9 d i f f e r e n c e s i n a l l B i g F i v e personality domain scores in the different inmate's charges using ANOVA except in neuroticism. Conclusion: The findings of high extraversion and agreeableness traits among Nigerian convicted inmates and significant differences in personality trait of the different inmate charges open up new opportunities for further research.

Mosaku, KS, Fatoye FO, Komolafe M, Lawal M, Ola BA.  2006.  Quality of life and associated factors among adults with epilepsy in Nigeria, 2006. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine. 36(4) Abstract

Objective: Epilepsy is a common condition worldwide and has been observed to affect quality of life (QOL). Though, much has been written on this subject among western populations, little research has been done in developing countries of Africa including Nigeria. The study aims to identify factors associated with quality of life among adult epilepsy patients in this environment. Method: Respondents were evaluated using the 10-item Quality of Life in Epilepsy Inventory (QOLIE-10), the 30-item General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-30), the modified Mini Mental State Examination (mMMSE),and the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS). Diagnosis of epilepsy was based on clinical and electroencephalographic findings. Results: The mean age of the 51 respondents was 27.7years (SD = 9.7). Thirteen (25.5%) had an average of 2 seizure episodes in the month preceding the interview, while 37 (72.5%) have had the condition for more than 5 years. Factors that were significantly associated with overall quality of life included being female (p < 0.05), seizure frequency (p < 0.01), using more than 1 anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) (p < 0.01), GHQ-30 score (p < 0.01), high anxiety score (p < 0.001), and high depression score p < 0.01). Multiple regression analysis showed that depressive symptoms were the single most important factor explaining low QOL. Other factors were GHQ-30 score, seizure frequency, and being a woman. Conclusion: Controlling seizures and paying attention to the psychological needs of adult epileptics will have a positive effect on the QOL among Nigerian epileptics. © 2006, Baywood Publishing Co., Inc.

Mosaku, SK, Akinsulore A, Onwuchekwa IJ, Ibigbami OI, Fatoye FO.  2013.  Personality Traits among Inmates of Aba Prison in Nigeria: Influence of the Five-Factor Model on Inmate Status and type of Offences. Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 12:9–15., Number 2 Abstract
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Moses, IB, Oluduro AO, Isawumi A, Ariyo AB, Ajayi AO, Fashina CD.  2014.  Antibiotic resistance and molecular characterization of Salmonella in diarrhoeal patients' faeces in South-western Nigeria. J. Biol. Agr. Healthcare. 4(24):152-161.
Mouras, F, Badri A, Maček D, Magdalenić I, Ređep NB, Li Y, Liu Y, Li H, Liang N, Terai A, others.  2020.  Survey of the Risk Management Methods, Techniques and Software Used Most Frequently in Occupational Health and Safety. Int. J. Saf. Secur. Eng. 10:149–160. Abstract
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