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Folaranmi, SA, Oyeniyi EO.  2021.  {Reinventing Oral Tradition through Arts and Technology}. The Palgrave Handbook of African Oral Traditions and Folklore. (Akinyemi, Akintunde, Falola, Toyin, Eds.).:865–887., Switzerland AG: Palgrave Macmillan Abstract
Jaiyeoba, E B, Asojo AO.  2020.  A People-Centred Social Totality Approach to Low-Income Housing in the Developing World, feb. Sustainability Concept In Developing Countries [Working Title]. : {IntechOpen} Abstract
Oseni, OM, Nailwal T, Pande V.  2020.  Momordica charantia L. (cucurbitaceae), a vegetable of utmost nutritive and pharmacological importance, 2020/07/08. :1-21. Abstract

Traditional medicine has been playing a crucial role in developing countries as it provides primary health care needs for a large majority of the population. This article reviews the current research on the phytochemicals, nutritive value, ethnobotanical uses, and pharmacological importance of Momordica charantia. The phytochemical analysis of this plant revealed that the plant is rich in nutrients and phytochemicals which are of great benefit. Also, the plant is among the plants popularly used in traditional medicine and has been proved to be effective. The biological activities of the plants had been carried out by many authors and their results have been documented. In addition, among the biological activities of these plant are antidiabetic, antiulcer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, hypolipidemic, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antimalaria, antiviral, anticancer and antifertility. Moreover, some bioactive constituents such as alkaloids, tannins, flavonoids, saponins, glycosides, sterols, mucilages, and oleanolic acids are significantly present in the plant. It is now obvious that Momordica chlarantia can help as a natural source product in the treatment of many diseases particularly diabetes, cancers, cardiac, liver and kidney, malaria, and skin infection when properly administered.

Ajayi, H, Adelokun A.  2020.  Approaches to Effective Early Childhood Leadership for Quality Child Care and Learning, 2020/01/01. :92-109. Abstract

Considering the importance of the early childhood period in the life of every child, experts have advocated the provision of a safe, secure, and enabling environment in care centres to help children develop appropriately. The place of leadership in childcare settings may not be detached from the provision of enabling environments that will enhance the all-round development of children. This chapter, therefore, focuses on the part leadership could play in early childhood care and education, analyzing the situation in the Nigerian ECCE settings and discusses different leadership approached for effective leadership that may give room for the centre and societal sustainability.

Aransiola, E, Shittu T, Oyewusi T, Adetoyese A, Fagbeyiro O, Eyibio U.  2020.  Lignocellulosic Pretreatment Methods for Bioethanol Production, 04. :135-162. Abstract
Adelokun A. S, Fasanmi, SA.  2020.  Economics of Internationalisation of university education: A critique.. Dimensions of Politics, Policies and Thoughts in Education.. :207-221., Ile Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University
Funso, ADESOLA.  2020.  Grassroots Governance and Development: Lessons from Countries around the Globe. Grassroots Governance and Development in Southwestern Nigeria: Exploring the Paths to Growth and Development. , Ago Iwoye. (Nigeria).: Olabisi Onabanjo University Press.
Adeyemi, OO, Adekeye AJ.  2020.  Local Government Autonomy as A Strategy for Grassroots Development in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects. Public Administration: Theory Practice in Nigeria. , Lagos, Nigeria: Free Enterprise Publishersabstract.docx
and Mobolaji O AjibadeIn: Philipp Ohlmann, WGM-LF(E).  2020.  The role of Pentecostalism in sustainable development in Nigeria.. , African Initiated Christianity and the Decolonisation of Development: Sustainable Development in Pentecostal and Independent Churches,. , New York:: Routledge
M.O, O, Olapoju O.M., J.U. O.  2020.  Spatio-Temporal Pattern of Road Traffic Injuries and Fatalities. Good Health and Well-Being. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Living Edition . : Springer, Cham
Erhabor, GE, Akinsulore A, Awopeju OF, Arawomo AO, Erhabor JO.  2020.  Perceived Stigma and Its Relationship with Anxiety, Depression and Stress Among Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Ile-ife, Nigeria. D26. CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN TB. :A6377–A6377.: American Thoracic Society Abstract
Folayan, M, Haire B, Peterson K, Yakubu A, Tegli J, Brown B.  2019.  Chapter 17: Criminalisation and "Reckless" Ebola Transmission: Theorizing Ethical Obligations to Seek Care, 2019/07/01. Abstract
Adebisi, TA.  2019.  Voter Apathy and Invalid Votes in Nigeria: A Challenge for Adult Political Education. What is New in the Field of Education? . , Poland: University Publishing House
Odeyemi, TI, Abioro T.  2019.  Digital Technologies, Online Engagement and Parliament-Citizen Relations in Nigeria and South Africa. Perspectives on the Legislature and the Prospects of Accountability in Nigeria and South Africa. (Fagbadebo, Omololu, Ruffin, Fayth, Eds.).:217–232., Cham: Springer International Publishing Abstract

As an institution of governance, the parliament is the soul of democratic societies. The parliament typifies the presence of the people in the running of governmental activity. It monitors the actions of public officials towards ensuring adherence to initiatives and measures that advance the people's well-being. Relations between parliamentarians and citizens are, thus, critical on two fronts. Parliament – citizen relations are important in ensuring that elected parliamentarians are responsive to the desires of their constituents; and enable the people to hold their elected representatives accountable. In bridging communication gaps between the people and lawmakers, the Internet, social media and mobile phones, as digital technologies, have prospects in enabling the desired level of citizen engagement critical to democratic practice. This chapter explores, in comparative terms, the use of digital technologies by the national parliaments in Africa's two largest economies, Nigeria and South Africa. It examines the extent to which digital technologies are used in facilitating parliament – citizen relations in the two countries and how this connects with citizens' demands of accountability on national parliaments, and links between elected representatives and their constituents. The paper draws on data obtained through measurement of the online resources, especially websites and social media pages, of the parliaments. The chapter contributes to frameworks on how digital technologies can enhance parliament – citizen relations and good governance in sub-Saharan Africa.