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Oziegbe, EO, Adekoya-Sofowora CA, Folayan MO, Esan TA, Owotade FJ.  2009.  Relationship between sociodemographic variables and number of erupted primary teeth in suburban Nigerian children. Maternal and Child Nutrition . 5(1):86-92.
Oziegbe, EO, Adekoya-Sofowora CA, Esan TA, Owotade FJ, Folayan MO.  2010.  Breastfeeding pattern and eruption of primary teeth in Nigerian children. Pediatric Dental Journal . 20(1):1-6.
Oziegbe, EO, Folayan MO, Adekoya-Sofowora CA, Esan TA, Owotade FJ.  2009.  Teething problems and parental beliefs in Nigeria. Journal of Contemporary Dentistry . 10(4):75-82.
Oziegbe, EO, Esan TA, Adekoya-Sofowora CA, Folayan MO.  2011.  A survey of teething beliefs and related practices among healthcare workers in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Oral Health and Preventive Dentistry . 9(2):107-113.
Ozeigbe, E, Oyedele T, Ola D.  2013.  Factors limiting dental service utilization by pupils in Ile-Ife, Nigeria . Nigeria Journal of Health Sciences . 13(2):18-23.
Oyinloye, M, IJISAKIN EYITAYO, Oladesu J, Siyanbola A.  2020.  AESTHETICS INPUT OF MURALS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCULPTURES IN THE BUILT CITY OF LAGOS, 11. African Journal of Science and Nature. 10:7. Abstract
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Oyeyinka, KI, Oluwatope AO, Akinwale AT, Folorunso O, Aderounmu GA, Abiona OO.  2011.  TCP Window Based Congestion Control Slow-Start Approach. Communications and Network. 3:85-98.abstract18.docx
Oyewole, MO, Ajayi CA.  2016.  Influence of Physical Characteristics on the Performance of Office Properties in Lagos, Nigeria. Civil and Environmental Research. 8(5):140-148.
Oyewole, M, Ojutalayo A, Araloyin F.  2019.  Developers’ willingness to invest in green features in Abuja, Nigeria, 2019/02/18. 8 Abstract

PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to investigate the degree of willingness of property developers to invest in green features in Abuja, the federal capital city of Nigeria, to determine the level of their preparedness for green building development.
Design/methodology/approach
Data were elicited from the property managers of the various property development companies through self-administered questionnaire and analyzed with the use of frequency distribution, percentages and measures of developers’ willingness to invest index.
Findings
The study showed that the developers’ level of willingness to invest in green features is above average with the value of willingness indices on most features rising above 2.5 on a five-point scale. Features that are less capital intensive such as “Location of air intake that are far from source of pollution” (RWI = 4.14) and “Building design that utilize natural and cross ventilation” (RWI = 4.12) attracted higher developers’ level of willingness than features such as “Mechanical ventilation of enclosed parking area” (RWI = 2.15) and “Design for energy efficient deconstruction and recycling” (RWI = 1.84) that are more capital intensive. In addition, the index of willingness (relative willingness index of developers) on features that are associated with occupants’ comfort is higher than the index of willingness on features that confer more of environmental benefits.
Practical implications
The study concludes by advocating that parliamentary arms of all tiers of government should formulate environmental policies and laws that will entrench sustainable practices in the building industry in the country.
Originality/value
This is one of the few studies on the willingness of major stakeholders to invest in green features, particularly in the Nigerian context.

Oyewole, MO, Ajayi CA.  2015.  ) “Influence of Physical Features on Office Property Performance in Lagos, Nigeria. : International Journal of Strategic Property Management, Taylor and Frances
Oyewole, MO, Oladokun TT.  2010.   Financing. Housing for Sustainability in Nigeria; Options and Challenges. Sustainable Environment, . , Ile Ife, Nigeria: Faculty of Environmrntal Design and management, OAU
Oyewole, MO.  2013.  A Comparative analysis of Residential and Retail Commercial Property Investments in Ilorin. Journal of Sustainable Development. 4(3):93-102.
Oyewole, MO.  2010.  Housing development finance through cooperative societies: the case of Ogbomoso, Nigeria. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis. 3(3):245-255.
OYEWOLE, MO, OJUTALAYO AA, ARALOYIN FM.  2019.  Developers' willingness to invest in green features in Abuja, Nigeria. Smart and Sustainable Built Environment. 8(3):206-219.developers_willingness_to_invest_in_green_buildings.pdf
Oyewole, MO.  2013.  The barriers to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Nigeria Housing Market. The Estate Surveyor and Valuer . 38(1):97-102.
Oyewole, MO, Komolafe MO.  2018.  Users’ Preference for Green Features in Office Properties. Property Management. 36(4):374-388.
OYEWOLE, MO, OJUTALAYO AA, ARALOYIN FM.  2019.  Developers' willingness to invest in green features in Abuja, Nigeria. Smart and Sustainable Built Environment. 8(3):206-219.developers_willingness_to_invest_in_green_buildings.pdf
Oyewole, MO, Oladokun TT.  2010.  Financing Housing for Sustainability in Nigeria: Options and Challenges. Sustainable Environment. , Ile Ife, Nigeria: Faculty of Environmental Design and Management
Oyewole, EO, Dada JO.  2019.  Training gaps in the adoption of building information modelling by Nigerian construction professionals. Built Environment Project and Asset Management. : Emerald Publishing Limited Abstract
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Oyetoro, OS, Oyetoro OV, Adegboye AC.  2018.  Head or tail: Do parents’ socio-economic status influence the performance of entry level senior secondary students in Economics? Journal of Information, Education, Science and Technology. 5(1):21-32.