I am currently a Senior Lecturer of Department of Chemistry, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. As a lecturer I teach mostly courses in Inorganic Chemistry such as Basic Inorganic Chemistry (Second Year), Structure and Main Group Inorganic Chemistry (Third Year), Application of Spectroscopic Methods (Third Year), Industrial Inorganic Chemistry (Third Year) Experimental Inorganic Chemistry (Third Year) and Transition Metal Chemistry (Fourth Year)

 My area of professional accomplishment so far has been in the fabrication and characterization of several porphyrin nanostructures and phthalocyanine nanostructures.  I have studied the effect of heat on the morphology and optical properties of these porphyrin nanostructures as well as the dependence of time for their fabrication. I have also investigated the application of various porphyrin nanorods as electrocatalyst for the reduction of oxygen and oxidation of hydrazine and methanol which are fuels used in fuel cells. Other studies done on porphyrin nanostructures include the absorbance and fluorescence studies, the effect of applied electrode potential on the structure of porphyrin nanorods deposited on fluorine doped tin oxide glass sheets and the photolytic changes in the morphology of porphyrin-phthalocyanine nanostructures. 

I carried out some of the research work of my Ph.D. at Rhodes University South Africa under the supervision of Prof Tebello Nyokong (Department of Chemistry). This was funded by the Organization for Women in Science from the Developing World (OWSD).  I received my Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria in 2012. I visited the same lab at Rhodes University as a Post Doc in 2014/2015.  I have also worked with Prof Derck Schlettwein of the Institute of Applied Physics Justus Liebig University, Giessen Germany (2014) under the TWAS-DFG Cooperation Visit Programme.

I have a passion for teaching and research. I enjoy jogging, reading novels, watching horror movies and travelling around the world.