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Esimai, OA, Omoniyi-Esan GO.  2009.  Wait time and service satisfaction at Antenatal Clinic. Awolowo University Ile-Ife. East Afr J Public Health. 6(3):309-311.
Ogunlade, O.  2002.  War Against Hypertension. , Akure: Success Communication
Umoru-Oke, N, Adekanbi AE.  2018.  Waste management in Nigeria: An Essential Tool to Visual Arts Profession. Journal of Arts and Design Studies. 61:23–29. AbstractWebsite


Adetunji, AR, Isadare DA, Akinluwade KJ, Adewoye OO.  2015.  Waste-to-wealth applications of cassava–A review study of industrial and agricultural applications. Advances in Research. :212–229. Abstract
Awoyemi, MO, Ajama OD, Adekola SA, Arogundade AB, Fashina CD, Akinlade GO, Oyekunle JAO.  2021.  Water and sub-soil contamination in the coastal aquifers of Arogbo, Ondo State, Nigeria, 2021. 38:100944.: Elsevier Abstract
Babatimehin, O, Ekwere N, Ekundayo O, Eludoyin A.  2020.  Water quality and perception on use in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 2020/02/01. 20:100. Abstract
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
Eziyi, J, Amusa YB, Nwawolo C, Ezeanolue B.  2011.  Wax Impaction in Nigerian School Children., 2011/01/01. 16 Abstract
Jaiyeola, TG, Adeniran JO.  2009.  Weak Inverse Property Loops and Some Isotopy-Isomorphy Properties,. Acta Universitatis Apulensis Mathematics-Informatics. 18:19-33.wiplacta_apulensis_18_2009.pdf
Awoleye, OM, Ojuloge B, Ilori MO.  2014.  Web Application Vulnerability Assessment and Policy Direction towards a Secure Smart Government. Government Information Quarterly . 31(1):118-125.
Idowu, PA, FA O, JA B.  2017.  A Web Based Spatial Distribution of Malaria in Nigeria.. Computing, Information Systems, Development informatics & Allied Research Journal. 8(2):7-18.
Idowu, AP, AKHIGBE BI, Williams KO, Adeosun OO.  2014.  Web-Based Spatial Immunize-able Disease Surveillance System for Nigeria.. International Journal of Research in Business and Technology . 4(3):524-530.
Awoleye, OM.  2001.  A Web-Based Students’ Record Management System. , Ago-iwoye: Olabisi Onabanjo University
Idowu, PA, JA B, MO O, FA O.  2017.  Web-Based Surveillance System for Periodontal Disease for Nigeria. Software Engineering. 5(2):26-37.
Iloabanafor, TA, Olawole MO, Eludoyin AO.  2020.  Weekday Trip Patterns of Students in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Interdisciplinary Environmental Review . 20(2):159-185.Website
Aderounmu, GA, Adagunodo ER, Akinde AD.  1999.  Weighted Round-Robin Cell Scheduling in ATM Networks: A new Approach. . Journal of Computer Science and Its Applications. 7(1):35-39.weighted_round-robin_cell......pdf
Ikem, RT, Akinola NO, Balogun MO, Ohwovoriole AE, Akinsola AA.  2001.  What does the presence of Hypertension portend in the Nigerian. West African Journal of Medicine,. 20(2):127-130..
Odeyemi, TI, Abati OO.  2021.  When disconnected institutions serve connected publics: subnational legislatures and digital public engagement in Nigeria. The Journal of Legislative Studies. 27:357-380., Number 3: Routledge AbstractWebsite

ABSTRACTIn this article, the authors argue that for Nigerian subnational parliaments to improve their public image, public understanding of their roles, and to be more transparent and inclusive, they must improve digital engagement practices. This is because the majority of citizens are active online, articulating political conversations on many issues, including the conduct and performance of public institutions and officials. Also, subnational parliaments are ‘closer to the people’ yet are still perceived to be ‘closed’ institutions, while exercising ‘power of the purse’ directly and indirectly over nearly half of all nationally generated revenue. Drawing on content analysis of parliamentary websites and social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube) accounts of the 36 houses of Assembly, and interviews of relevant officials, the authors show that although an online presence is largely mainstream, the depth of use for publishing information and citizen engagement is very low. The authors identify explanatory factors for this and draw relevant conclusions.

Ayanlade, A.  2015.  When There Are Atmospheric Data Gaps: What Can Researchers Do? In Gbadegesin, A. S., Eze E. B., Oluwagbenga O. O. I., & Fashae O. A. (2015). Frontiers in Environmental Research and Sustainable Environment in the 21st Century. : Ibadan University Press Abstract

This study aims at describing and evaluating the relevance of Geographical Information System (GIS) procedures as a standard technique to model atmospheric parameters when there are several data gaps. Generally, high resolution atmospheric parameters are needed to assess the impacts of climate change on crop productivity at the local level, using data at the level of individual farm units. Such high resolution climatic data are non-existent in the West African setting because of the extremely sparse meteorological station network. The problems often arise as to what values to attach to climatic variables at points other than these nodes where there are data gaps. Therefore, GIS interpolation and downscaling methods were used to assess how gaps in climatic parameters could be filled using Nigeria as a case study. Several GIS interpolation methods have been tested for the production of maps in this study. After many attempts of the qualitative and quantitative validations, the last of these- Ordinary Kriging- was chosen for the map productions. A major strength of the method is that measured spatial dependence in the weather parameter of interest and this is used to produce digital maps. Ordinary Kriging was used to interpolate the point observations from a network of rainfall base stations. The results from this study show that GIS interpolation are helpful for downscaling spatial dynamics of climate and also useful in forecasting probable period for farming activities.

Ibrahim, A, Arogundade FA, Sanusi AA, Ikem RT, Akintomide AO, A.A A.  2009.  Which factors actually influence the development and progression of overt nephropathy in Nigerian diabetics? Central African Journal of Medicine. 55:28-34..
Komolafe, MA, Komolafe EO, Olugbodi AA, Adeolu AA.  2006.  Which headache do we need to investigate?, 2006 Cephalalgia. 26(1) Abstract
Fehintola, A, Ibraheem A, Fabamwo A, Irinyenikan T, Adeyemi A, Kuti O, Nanda S.  2019.  WHO Action Trial Protocol Full, 08. Abstract