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Odunfa, VO, A. O. Agboola, Oladokun TT.  2021.  Characteristics of Land Market in Nigeria: Case of Ibeju Lekki Local Government, Lagos, Nigeria.. Current Urban Studies. 9(1)
Oduniyi, O, Adegbite O, Olusegun O.  2018.  PHYSICIAN CONDUCT OUTSIDE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE IN NIGERIA: A JURISPRUDENTIAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE ETHICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL UNDERPINNINGS AND DIMENSIONS, 2018/10/10. Abstract

The class of wrongs targeted as the general misconduct of a Physician in Nigeria does not include the physician’s extra-professional conducts. The current understanding is that such conducts are strictly outside the purview of the law and are essentially matters connected to the private life of the physician. Recent developments however show that such conducts have since come under the legal microscope in other jurisdictions, with a view to regulating them.This Paper therefore seek to fill the gap in the Nigerian legal landscape, by engaging the major issues surrounding this class of conducts particularly from an ethical and philosophical understanding of the problem. This Paper opines that there exists an intrinsic relationship between the physician’s extra-professional conducts and his/her eventual performance at work based on the influence the former has on the latter. While recognizing the inherent shortcomings of the present framework, this Paper seeks to leverage on ongoing global interventions on this issue, with a view to bringing in current trends in other jurisdictions to provoke a second look at this class of conducts in Nigeria.

Odunwole, S, Omotayo O, Oluwayomi A, Joseph O.  2017.  Implications Of Fuelwood Demandon Sustainable Forest Conservation Of The Sub-Sahara Africa, 2017/01/01. 6:74-80. Abstract

Forests contribute immensely to economic and social development through formal trade in timber, environmental services, non-timber forest products, safety, net spiritual and aesthetic value. Wood is a key source of energy that has been used for millennia for cooking, boiling water, lighting and heating. Today, about 2.5billion people depend on biomass energy for cooking and heating with 87% of this energy being provided by wood. In sub-Saharan African, more than 90% of the population relies on wood fire, that is, firewood and charcoal as their primary source of domestic energy. Over 80% of urban householders and small industries use charcoal and firewood as their source of energy. Despite their numerous importance, Africa's forest continue to decline rapidly due to increase in agricultural practices into forest lands, population growth and urbanization, increased poverty, high dependence on natural resources for subsistence and income through forest. The study centred on the implications of fuel wood demand on forest conservation in sub-Sahara Africa-a regional focus on Akure metropolitan area, Ondo State. The specific objectives of the paper were to identify firewood consumption pattern in Akure metropolitan area, and factors responsible for increased fuelwood demand in the study area. The paper adopted direct observation, oral interview and 0.05% of the study area as sample size for the study. The study observed lack of adequate alternative; poor implementation and enforcement of government regulation on forestry; poverty and poor awareness on the menace of forest depletion among others. The paper posited provision of alternative fuel with subsidy, regular awareness campaign, proper monitoring, implementation and enforcement of forest regulations with a view to achieving sustainable conservation.

Ofusori, D, Esther O, Ayoka A, Oluwayinka P, OMOTOSO E, Odukoya A, Adeyemi D.  2008.  Waterleaf (Talinum triangulare) Enhances Cerebral Functions in Swiss Albino Mice, 01. Journal of Neurological Sciences. 25 Abstract
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Ofusori, D, Sunday Joel J, Ayoka A, OMOTOSO E, Odukoya A.  2008.  Effect of chronic administration of quinine on the myocardium of mice, 07. Journal of Applied Biomedicine. 6 Abstract
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Ogbogu, C.  2019.  University Gender Policy and Women’s Representation in Committees and Leadership Positions in a Nigerian University, 02. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. 7 Abstract
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Ogedengbe, P, Adesopo A.  2003.  Problems of Financing Real Estate Development in Nigeria, 11. J. Hum. Ecol. 14:425-431. Abstract
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Ogedengbe, M.O., Akanbi, C.T., Adewumi IK.  2005.  Technical report writing. , Ibadan: Macmillan Nigeria Publishers Limited
Oghenechavwuko, UE, Saka GO, Adekunbi TK, Taiwo AC.  2013.  Effect of processing on the physico-chemical properties and yield of gari from dried chips. Journal of Food Processing and Technology. 4(8):01-06.: OMICS Publishing Group Abstract
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Oghenechavwuko, UE, Saka GO, Adekunbi TK, Taiwo AC.  2013.  Effect of processing on the physico-chemical properties and yield of gari from dried chips. Journal of Food Processing and Technology. 4(8):01-06.: OMICS Publishing Group Abstract
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Oghenechavwuko, UE, Saka GO, Adekunbi TK, Taiwo AC.  2013.  Effect of processing on the physico-chemical properties and yield of gari from dried chips. Journal of Food Processing and Technology. 4(8):01-06.: OMICS Publishing Group Abstract
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Oginni, OA, Mapayi BM, Afolabi OT, Ebuenyi ID, Akinsulore A, Mosaku KS.  2019.  Association between risky sexual behavior and a psychosocial syndemic among Nigerian men who have sex with men. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health. 23:168–185., Number 2: Routledge Abstract
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Oginni, O, Oloniniyi I, Ibigbami O, Ugo V, Amiola A, Ogunbajo A, Esan O, Adelola A, Daropale O, Ebuka M, Mapayi B.  2021.  Depressive and anxiety symptoms and COVID-19-related factors among men and women in Nigeria, 08. PLOS ONE. 16:e0256690. Abstract
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Oginni, O, Mosaku K, Mapayi B, Akinsulore A.  2015.  A CONTROLLED STUDY OF DEPRESSION AND SUICIDAL IDEATION AMONG HOMOSEXUAL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 12 Abstract
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Oginni, FO, Braimah RO, Oladejo T, Adenekan AT.  In Press.  Congenital Heterotopic Gastrointestinal Cyst of the Tongue in a New-born: Case Report. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. 4(3):1.
Oginni, O, Mapayi B, Mosaku K, Akinsulore A.  2015.  A controlled study of depression and suicidal ideation among homosexual students in Nigeria (ID 97). F1000Research. 4 Abstract
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Oginni, F, I Ugboko V, Assam E, Ogunbodede E.  2002.  Postoperative complaints following impacted mandibular third molar surgery in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 2002/08/01. SADJ : journal of the South African Dental Association = tydskrif van die Suid-Afrikaanse Tandheelkundige Vereniging. 57:264-8. Abstract

An investigation into the pattern of complaints lodged by patients after impacted mandibular third molar surgery was done in a Nigerian teaching hospital over a period of 3 years. One hundred and twenty seven records were retrieved. Pericoronitis (71.2%), pulpitis (17.6%) and periodontitis (11.2%) were the reasons for surgery. No third molar surgery was done for prophylactic or orthodontic reasons. Sixty-one complaints were lodged by 49 (38.6%) patients on day 1, and 37 complaints by 35 patients on day 7. These complaints were verified by the findings of the examining clinician. Pain, swelling and trismus were the commonest complaints. A significant association (P = 0.042) was found between patients' complaints on the first postoperative day and the drug combination given. Similarly, there was a significant relationship (P = 0.0055) between the type of analgesics prescribed and the presence of postoperative pain. No significant relationship was however found between the complaints and patients' age, indication for extraction, impaction type and method of impacted tooth removal. Although the findings of this retrospective study are limited in their comparability, they suggest the need for an appraisal of pain management in patients undergoing mandibular third molar surgery in our hospital. Consequently, there should be a reduction in complaint rate thereby making selective review appointment on the first postoperative day feasible.

Oginni, OA, Mosaku KS, Mapayi BM, Akinsulore A, Afolabi TO.  2017.  Depression and Associated Factors Among Gay and Heterosexual Male University Students in Nigeria. Archives of sexual behavior. :1-14.: Springer Abstract
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Oginni, OA, Mosaku KS, Mapayi BM, Akinsulore A, Afolabi TO.  2018.  Depression and associated factors among gay and heterosexual male university students in Nigeria. Archives of sexual behavior. 47:1119–1132., Number 4: Springer US Abstract
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Oginni, FO, Adenekan AT.  2012.  Prevention of orofacial cleft in developing world. Annals of Maxillofacial Surgery. 2(2):163-69.