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Dr. Matthew O. Oose is a certified - Art of Stakeholder Collaboration by the Collective Leadership Institute (CLI), Germany with expertise in; designing impactful multi-stakeholder collaboration, ability to use different formats of multi-stakeholder
collaboration, collaboration analysis, multi-stakeholder dialogue, collective leadership and engagement process design. Dr. Oose is an organizational development communication expert, an experienced data analyst, rural development expert, an educator with bias in educational technology and adult education. Dr. M. O. Oose had his Bachelor of Agriculture
from the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta in 2008; had his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in 2009 and completed his Master’s Degree (M. Agric) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – Agricultural Communication and Extension in 2012 and 2017 respectively, upon Dr Oose’s PhD oral defense in December 2016, he was employed by the Federal University of
Agriculture, Abeokuta as an Associate Lecturer in 2017 and served the Department of Agriculture Administration for two before given a full appointment in August 2019.
Dr. Oose has served at various capacities in the University and presently the Coordinator Part-Time Degree programme in the Department of Agricultural Administration, Academic Supervisor, Community Based Farming Scheme (COBFAS), College representative at the College of Management Science board meeting. He was also a Sub-Editor and member,
Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) 2019 conference proceedings. Also, he was a member of Congress Organizing Committee at the Rural Sociological Association of Nigeria Congress held in October in 2021. In addition, Dr Oose has a multi-disciplinary approach to research with bias in; Organizational Development Communication, Organizational Behaviour and Culture, Leadership and Conflict Studies. Others are ICTs for Rural Development, Educational Technology, Innovation and Developmental Studies for improved livelihood.
He is a Co-Researcher of 2020 NRF-TETFund Grant Award. Project Tile: Pushing for Modern Disruptive Innovation in Aquaculture Monitoring and Controlling System Using IoT and Cloud Analytics. Code: NRF/CC/STI/00115 at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. He also involves in Training and Development using Participatory Adult Learning
Methods. His Tetfund sponsored PhD research addressed the Use of ICTs and Mobile Phone Applications to improve the livelihood of artisanal fishers in coastal communities of southwest, Nigeria. Dr Oose has successfully supervised more than twenty (20) undergraduate projects, co-supervised up to four (4) postgraduate projects and taught courses at both undergraduate and post graduate levels. Dr. Matthew O. Oose has thirty (30) publications to his credit in National and International journals.

a. Ph.D. Agricultural Extension and Rural Development March, 2017
(Agricultural Communication option)
b. PGDE – Post Graduate Diploma in Education September, 2014
c. M. Agric. Agricultural Extension and Rural Development October, 2012
(Agricultural Communication option)
d. Proficiency Certificate in Management March, 2011
e. Certificate in Data Processing March, 2009
f. B. Agriculture (Plant Physiology and Crop Production) January, 2009
g. National Examination Council – NECO O’ level June, 2000
h. West African Examination Council – WAEC O’ level June, 2000
i. Primary School Leaving Certificate July 30, 1993

(a) Research Completed
i. Co-Researcher: Potentials of disseminating Fishery Information to Artisanal
Fishermen through Short Message Services (SMS) in Coastal Southwest,
Nigeria. A project sponsored by NRF TETFund Research Grant 2015
ii. Co-Researcher: Assessment of the Adoption of Farmer Business School
(FBS) and Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) by Smallholder Farmers in
Nigeria. A Project sponsored by The Global Program Green Innovation
Centre for the Agriculture and Food Sector (GIAE) and Deutsche
Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) 2019
iii. Principal Investigator: Conflict-Handling Behaviour (C-HB) and Workplace
Commitment: Communication Strategies as Mediation Tools 2020
iv. Principal Investigator: Can COVID-19 affect Emotional Well-Being of
School Teachers in Southwest, Nigeria? Implications of Workplace
Integration. 2020
v. Co-Researcher: COVID 19 Lockdown and Its Effect on Family relationship
among Employees in selected Tertiary Intuitions in Southwest, Nigeria. 2020
vi. Co-Researcher: Organizational Citizenship Behaviour and Emotional Intelligence
among Middle level Agro-Faculties Job Performance in Oyo and Ogun State,
Nigeria 2020
vii. Co-Researcher: Determinants of Employees; Intension to Quit and its Effect on
Job Performance among Extension Personnel’s in Southwest, Nigeria 2019
(b) Research in Progress
i. Pushing for Modern Disruptive Innovation in Aquaculture Monitoring and Controlling System
Using IoT and Cloud Analytics.
ii. Digital Skills Training Needs of Final Year Agriculture Students in Federal University of
Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria
iii. Utilization of Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) among Students of Agriculture Colleges in
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria
iv. Workplace Stressors and Quit Intention among Employees of Ministry of Agriculture, Ogun State, Nigeria
v. Extension Personnel’s Utilization of Whatsapp Platform and Its effect on Job Engagement.
vi. Perceived Organizational Support and Turnover Intention among Extension Personnel’s in Ondo State, Nigeria.
vii. Work-Family Conflict and Job Satisfaction among Employees of Agricultural Colleges in Federal
University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Ogun State, Nigeria

a. Invitation/Sponsor from the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH
(GIZ) a German Development Cooperation and Skill Development for Youth Employment
(SKYE) with collaboration with Collective Leadership Institute (CLI) Germany to attend a 4-day
workshop titled “The Art of Leading Collectively” for the implementation of Skills Development
for Youth Employment (SKYE) and need-based Technical and Vocational Education and
Training (TVET) and youth employment in Nigeria in Abeokuta between October, 2021.

b. Invitation/Sponsor from the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH
(GIZ) a German Development Cooperation in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Labour
and Employment and the International Labour Organization (ILO) to attend a 2-day National
Conference on Employment Promotion on the topic “Addressing the Challenge of Employment
and Reintegration at the National and Sub-National levels in the post COVID-A9 Era: Impact and
Policy Response held at Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Ladi Kwali street, Wuse, Abuja between
October 12- 13, 2021.
c. Invitation/Sponsor from the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH
(GIZ) a German Development Cooperation in collaboration with Collective Leadership Institute
(CLI) Germany to attend a 4-day “Art of Stakeholders Collaboration” workshop for the
implementation of Skills Development for Youth Employment (SKYE) and need-based
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and youth employment in Nigeria in
Abeokuta, Nigeria between 7
th, 9th, 10th and 11th June, 2021.
d. Co-Researcher, 2020 NRF-TETFund Grant Award. Project Tile: Pushing for Modern Disruptive
Innovation in Aquaculture Monitoring and Controlling System Using IoT and Cloud Analytics.
Code: NRF/CC/STI/00115. Institution: Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Principal
Investigator: Dr. Arogundade, Oluwasefunmi Tale. Members: Prof. Folorunsho Olusegun, Prof.
Williams Alegbeleye, Prof. Christopher O. Adejuyigbe, Prof. Ayodeji Oladoye Oluwatope
(OAU), Dr. Adebayo Abayomi-Alli, Dr. Oose, Matthew Olalekan, Dr. Henry Nunoo Mensah
(KNUST), Dr. Oluwafemi Sunday Enilolobo (Bells, Otta) and three (3) research mentees.
e. Sub-Editor, Proceedings of the 33rd Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN)
Conference ‘Revitalization of the Nigerian Agriculture to meet the Sustainable Development
Goals’ held at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta between 7th and 10th October,
2019
f. Travel grant and bursary award by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to attend the
third Annual national conference of Nigeria Association of Evaluators (NAE) conference at the
TBD Abuja Dec. 6-8, 2017
g. TETFUND National Research Fund 2014 provided by Directorate of Grant Management Federal
University of Agriculture for my Ph.D programme (Team Research Grant)
h. Scholarship Award 2006 by Yewa Tink Tank for Undergraduate Studies

a. Departmental Part-Time Coordinator, Department of Agricultural
Administration 2020 to date
b. Departmental Representative and Academic Supervisor to the Centre
for Community Based Farming Scheme (COBFAS) 2020 to date
c. COLAMRUD Representative to College of Management Sciences 2021 to date
d. Member, COLAMRUD Board Committee on Examination Results 2020 to date
e. Level Adviser, Department of Agricultural Administration, FUNAAB 2019 to date
f. Sub-Editor, Revitalization of the Nigerian Agriculture to meet the
Sustainable Development Goals. Edited by Ayinde, I. A, Banmeke,
T.O.A and Dipeolu, A.O. Proceedings of the 33rd Farm Management
Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference held at the Federal
University of Agriculture, Abeokuta October, 2019
g. Rapporteur, Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) Conference,
Redefining Agricultural Extension Practices to Cope with Emergencies April 202

i. Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN) 2015 – Date
ii. Rural Sociological Society of Nigeria (RuSAN) 2015 – Date
iii. Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) 2013 – Date
iv. Royal Statistical Society (RSS) London 2018 – Date
v. Nigerian Association of Evaluators (NAE) 2016 – Date
vi. Society for Peace Studies and Practice (SPSP) 2016 – Date
vii. Royal Statistical Society Nigeria Local Group 2013 – Date
viii. Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN) 2014 – Date
ix. Centre for Peace Promotion in Educational Institutions 2015 – Date
x. Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) 2014 – Date
xi. Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) (Membership No. 158712) 2010 – Date

i. The Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) Virtual Conference 2020, Enhancing the role of public and private agricultural extension in soil conservation and agricultural productivity held virtually between 28th and 29th July, 2020. Paper presented: Does Internet-based Mobile Applications affect Employees’ Job Commitment? Evidence from Agricultural Research Institutes in Nigeria.
ii. The 33rd Farm Management Association of Nigerian (FAMAN) Conference, Abeokuta 2019.
‘Revitalization of the Nigerian Agriculture to meet the Sustainable Development Goals’ held at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta between 7th and 10th October, 2019. Paper presented: Evaluation of Teachers’ Corp Utilization of N-Power Teach Mobile Device for Teaching and Learning In Ogun State, Nigeria
ii. Workshop training on tablet-based questionnaire for data collection organized and funded by Agriculture and Finance Consultant (AFC) and Zebra Multiservices LTD held at Mokland Hotel, Ibara, Abeokuta, Ogun State on 20th and 21st May, 2019
ii. Survey Process Design by Royal Statistical Society Nigeria Local Group funded by International Association of Survey Statisticians held at the Ogun Oshun River Basin Authority Ogun State on 16th January, 2019.
iii. Fourteen Annual conference of the International CYIAP NETWORK Conference and Meeting held at the Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun State, Nigeria. on the 8th-11th July, 2018.
Paper presented: Spatial Analysis of Network Coverage and Its Availability to Artisanal Fishermen in Coastal Fishing Communities of South – Western, Nigeria.
iv. Fourteen Annual conference of the International CYIAP NETWORK Conference and Meeting held at the Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun State, Nigeria. on the 8th-11th July, 2018.
Paper presented: Analysis of Rural Women’s Perception of Child Right Act And Awareness of Its Legal Implications in Ogun State, Nigeria
v. Research sponsorship by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Enhancing scientific cooperation between Germany and the World-Sponsorship Programme of the Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation. Held at Postgraduate School Auditorium, September 27, 2018
vi. Annual national conference of Nigeria Association of Evaluators (NAE) conference held at the BD
Abuja on the 6 and 8, December, 2017, sponsored by United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
Paper presented: Conceptual Model of Mobile Phone Applications: Platform for Effective
Monitoring and Evaluation of Third the Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria
vii. Fourth Annual National Conference of Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for
Africa (SLIDEN AFRICA) held at Jojein Hostels, Alagbaka, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria from 27th
– 30th March, 2017. Paper presented: Conflict Resolution and Spatial Analysis of CollectivelyManaged Resources among Fadama Users in Eriti Watershed Ogun State, Nigeria.
viii. Fourth Annual National Conference of Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for
Africa (SLIDEN AFRICA) held at Jojein Hostels, Alagbaka, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria from 27th
– 30th March, 2017. Paper presented: Cassava Farmers’ Accessibility and Utilization of Print and
Electronic Media as a Channel of Agricultural Information Dissemination in Odeda Local
Government, Ogun State, Nigeria
ix. Forty ninth Annual Conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at the Delta State
University, Asaba Campus, Asaba, Delta State, 9th – 13th November, 2015. Paper presented:
Arable crop Farmers accessibility and utilization of roll-back malaria programme: Experience from
Oyo State, Nigeria.
x. Forty ninth Annual Conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at the Delta State
University, Asaba Campus, Asaba, Delta State, 9th – 13th November, 2015. Paper presented:
Adoption of Agro-forestry Practices by Farmers: Voices from Ogun State, Nigeria
xi. Twenty- Fourth Annual Conference of the Rural Sociological Association of Nigeria (RuSAN) held
at LadokeAkintola University, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, Nigeria. Held in October, 2015. Paper
presented: Perspectives of Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GESS) as an Approach to
Overcoming Unethical Conducts along Rice Production Value Chain in Ogun State, Nigeria.
xi. 2015 Conference of Sustainable Livelihood and Development Network for African-LadokeAkintola
University, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, Nigeria (SLIDEN AFRICA-LAUTECH 2015) held at
LadokeAkintola University, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, Nigeria, 17th-20th August, 2016. Paper presented: Organic-Based Vegetable Production: A promising alternative for Small Scale farmers in Ilaro
xii. Twenty–First Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) held at University of Ibadan, 70th – 20th April 2016. Paper presented: Cassava Farmers’ Accessibility and Utilization of Print and Electronic Media as a Channels of Agricultural Information Dissemination
in Odeda Local Government, Ogun State, Nigeria.
xiii. Two day workshop on Experimental, Statistical Analysis and Data Interpretation held at Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta held between Wednesday 8 and 9th April, 2013

1. Oose, M. O. (2017). Acceptability of Short Message Service for information dissemination among Artisanal Fishers in Coastal areas of South Western, Nigeria. Unpublished PhD Thesis, Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural development, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Successfully Defended. December, 2016. 346pp
2. Oose, M. O. (2013). Awareness and Utilization of Social Network Tools by Students and Lecturer in some selected Tertiary Institutions in Ogun State. Unpublished PGDE Project.
National Teachers’ Institute, Kaduna, Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto Successfully Defended. February, 2013. 87pp
3. Oose, M. O. (2012). Assessment of the Use of Social Network Tools (SNTs) by Agricultural Researchers in South west, Nigeria. Unpublished M. Agric Dissertation. Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural development, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Successfully Defended. October. 2012. 147pp
4. Oose, M. O. (2008). Growth and Yield of Local and Improved Varieties of Cowpea (VignaunguiculataL. Walp) as affected by weed control. Unpublished B Agric Project.
Department of Plant Physiology and Crop Production, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Successfully Defended. November. 2008. 96pp
ii. Peer-Reviewed Articles in learned Journal (in print)
1. Oose, M. O., Abiona, B. G., Oyekunle, O., Oladoyinbo, O.B., and Nwaodua, D.A. (2021).
Utilization of Google Applications among Employees of selected Tertiary Institutions in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology 21(1); 46-51. Published by Rural Sociological Association of Nigeria (RuSAN). Available online at https://rusan.org.ng/journal
2. Oose, Matthew O., Fapojuwo, Oluwakemi E. and Agbabiaka, Jubril A (2021). Influence of Internet-based Mobile Phone Applications on Employees Job Commitment in Agricultural Research Institutes in Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension 25(2); 43-53.
Published by Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON). Available online at http://journal.aesonnigeria.org http://www.ajol.info/index.php/jae
3. Otufale, G. A. and Oose, M. O. (2021). Trend Analysis of Climate Change and Its Effects on Smallholder Rice Farmers’ Production Activities in Ogun State, Nigeria. AAUA Journal of Science and Technology Education 3(2); 44-52. Published by Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Ondo State, Nigeria. Available online at www.aauajste.com
4. Oose, M. O., Joshua, Y., Fapojuwo, O. E., and Ademuwagun, S.O. (2020). Determinants of Administrative Assistants’ Computer-Based Training Needs in Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. Faman Journal 20(1); 26-36. Published by Farm Management Association of Nigeria. ISBN-9782607-002
5. Oose, M. O., Ayinde, A.F.O., Joshua, Y., Onabanjo, O.O. and Audi, M. K. (2020). Evaluation of Teachers’ Corp Utilization of N-Power Teach Mobile Device for Teaching and Learning In Ogun State, Nigeria. Faman Journal 20(1); 26-36. Published by Farm Management Association of Nigeria. ISBN-9782607-002
6. Stephen Oluseun ADEOGUN, Olaoluwa Ayodeji ADEBAYO, Matthew Olalekan OOSE,
Bolaji Grace ABIONA (2019). Information and Training Needs ff Cotton Farmers on their Farming Activities in Zambia. Scientific Papers Series Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development 19(4); 9-16 Published by University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Romania. Address: 59 Marasti Blvd., District 1, 011464, Bucharest, Romania, Phone: + 40213182564, Fax: +40213182888, www.managusamv.ro
7. Oose, M. O., Otunaiya, D. O., Otufale, G. A. and Dare, I.I (2018). Employees’ Utilization of Communication Channels and Its Effect on Job Performance in Lagos State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture and Development Economics (NIJADE) 8(2); 57-69. Published by
Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Abuja, Abuja, Nigeria
8. Otufale, G. A. and Oose, M. O. (2018). Effect of Climate Change on Rice Production in Ogun State, Nigeria: Application of Principal Components Analysis. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture and Development Economics (NIJADE) 8(2); 1-9. Published by Department of Agricultural
Economics and Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Abuja, Abuja, Nigeria
9. Matthew Oose, Tajudeen Banmeke, Omowumi Olowa. Gbolahan Otufale, and Waheed Salami (2018). Spatial Analysis of Network Coverage and Its Availability to Artisanal Fishermen in Coastal Fishing Communities of South – Western, Nigeria. Annals of Child and Youth Studies.
8(1). Published by International Research and Development Network of Children and Youth in Agriculture Programme.,
10. Adamu, C. O., Oose, M. O., and Adekanbi, A. T. (2018). Analysis of Rural Women’s Perception of Child Right Act and Awareness of its Legal Implications in Ogun State. Annals of Child and
Youth Studies. 8(1). Published by International Research and Development Network of Children and Youth in Agriculture Programme.
11. Oose, M. O., Banmeke, T. O. A. and Olaoye, O. J (2017) Artisanal Fishermen’s Utilization of Mobile Phone Application in Coastal Communities of South-Western, Nigeria: Implications for Information Dissemination. Ibadan Journal of Agricultural Research 12(2), 15-25. Published by Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria
12. Oose, M. O., Banmeke, T. O. A.., Olaoye, O. Jand Umunna, M. O. (2017). Analysis of Artisanal Fishers’ Accessibility to Fishery Information in Coastal Communities of South – West, Nigeria.
Moor Journal of Agricultural Research 18(1); 127-138. Published by Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Obafemi Awolowo University, Moor Campus Ibadan, Nigeria.
13. Olaoye, O.J.,Ojebiyi, W.G., Ogunremi, J.B., Oose, M. O., Ojeikhoa, O.R. and Opele, A.I. (2017).
Some Hazardous Practices Associated with Artisanal Fish Processing in Ogun Waterside Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Applied Tropical Agriculture, 22(1): 68-77. Published by School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.ata@futa.edu.ng
14. Adeola, A. A., Ashimolowo, O. R., Ayansina, S. O, Obayelu, A. E., Shittu, T. A., Onabanjo, O. O., Adigbo, S. O., Oose, M. O.andOladunmoye, O. O., (2017). Socio-economic Factors Influencing Consumption of Bio-fortified Cassava/Sorghum based Complementary Foods in Ogun State, Nigeria. Ibadan Journal of Agricultural Research 12(2); 97-106. Published by Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria
15. Oyekunle, O., Oose, M. O., Amusat, A. S., Oyeyinka, R. A., and Akinruli, B. T. (2017). Cassava Farmers’ Accessibility and Utilization of Print and Electronic Media as a Channel of Agricultural
Information Dissemination in Odeda Local Government, Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development. 14(1&2); 59-67. Published by Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for Africa (SLIDEN AFRICA)
16. Adesanya, O. S., Oyekunle, O., Bolarinwa, K. K. Oose, M. O. and Ayansina, S. O.(2017).Conflict Resolution and Spatial Analysis of Collectively- Managed Resources among Fadama Users in Eriti Watershed Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development.
14(1&2); 50-59.Published by Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for Africa (SLIDEN AFRICA)
17. Ayanda, I. F., Oyekunle, O., Salau, S. A. Salawa, O. L. and Oose, M. O. (2016). Pest Control and Innovation for Sustainable Agricultural Development by Nigerian Stored Product Research
Institute, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Research and Technology. 5(10): 104-110. http://www.esxpublishers.com
18. Otufale, G. A. and Oose, M. O. (2017). Rural women’ knowledge and Perception of the Consequences of Climate Change Hazards in Farming Communities of Ogun State, Nigeria.
Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 18; 139-150.Published by Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
19. Adamu, C. O., Adebayo, O. A., and Oose, M. O. (2016). Cassava Farmers’ Perceived Benefits from the Financial Services of the Bank of Agriculture in Oyo State, Nigeria. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 17(1&2); 181-190.Published by Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
20. Ashimolowo, O. R., Awotunde, E .D, Ojebiyi, W. G and Oose, M.O. (2015). Assessment of Rural Children’s Involvement in Fishery Activities in Ogun Waterside Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science and Environment, Published by Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Letter of Acceptance dated 7th
October, 2015.
21. Adamu, C. O., Oose, M. O. and Bello, N. A. (2015). Organic-Based Vegetable Production: A
promising alternative for Small Scale farmers in Ilaro Agricultural Zone, Ogun State, Nigeria.
International Journal Agricultural Research. 11(1&2), 115-122. Published by Faculty of Agriculture Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria
22. Olayimika, O. M., Oose, M. O.,Apantaku, O. S. and Adebowale, A. A. (2015). Baker’s Willingness to Utilize High Quality Cassava Flour (HQCF) for Bread Production: Experience from Ogun Sate, Nigeria. International Journal Agricultural Research. 11(1&2), 146-155.
Published by Faculty of Agriculture Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria
23. Oose, M.O., Banmeke, T. O. A., Olaoye, O. J., Otufale, G. A. and Opele, A.I. (2015). Fisheries Information Needs of Artisanal Fishers in Coastal Communities of South-West Nigeria: Lessons
for Effective Fisheries Information Dissemination. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, IJAERD. 7(1). Published by Agricultural Economic and Rural Development, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria
24. Banmeke, T. O. A. and Oose, M. O. (2012) Assessment of the Use of Social Network Tools (SNTs) by Agricultural Researchers in South west, Nigeria. Journal of International Information Management Association, 12(1), 35-50. Published by International Management Association, Chicago, USA
25. Otufale, G.A. and Oose, M. O. (2013). Perceived effects of Child Labour on Attainment of Rural in-School Children in Odogbolu Local Government Areas of Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Research and Technology. 2(12): 49-57
ii. Published Edited Conference Proceedings
26. M. O. Oose, T. O. A., Banmeke, G. A., Otufale and O. A., Omolola (2017). The Application of Principal Component Analysis in Perceived Usefulness of Short Message Service among Artisanal Fishers in Coastal South-West, Nigeria. In I.N. Nwachukwu, C.O. Amadi, J.E. Ewuziem, B.C. Okoye, S.O. Afuape, N.M. Agwu& O.U. Oteh (eds). Economic Diversification:
The Agriculture Road Map. Proceedings of the 50th Annual conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria held at the National Crop Research Institutes (NACRI) Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria on the 3rd-7th October, 2016
27. Umunna, M. O., Adeeko, A., Adigun, O. S., Adebayo, O. A., Ibrahim, A. O., Oose, M.O.,Adeola, A. N., Ogialekhe, P. and Dennis, P. O. (2016). Students’ Perception of Livestock Farming as a Career Choice in Tertiary Intuitions in Niger State, Nigeria. In O. O. Oluwatosin, O. S. Sowande, O. Olowofeso, L. T. Egbeyale, O. O. Adeleye, C. P. Njoku, A . O. Osofowora and A. J. Sanda(eds). New Technologies for Enhanced Animal Production in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 41st conference of Nigeria Society for Animal Production held at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria on the 20th-24th March, 2016
28. Adamu C.O. and Oose, M. O. (2015). Rice Farmers’ Perception of Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GESS) as an Approach to Overcoming Unethical Conducts along Rice Production Value Chain in Ogun State, Nigeria. In AdemolaKuponiyi, O. A. Adeokun, A. J. Farinde, R.G. Adeola and L. A. Akinbile (eds). Changing Social Values Transparency and Sharp Practices: Impacts on Agricultural and Rural Development. Proceedings of the 24th Annual National conference of the Rural Sociological Association of Nigeria (RuSAN) held at the Ladoke Akintola University,Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria on the 11th-15th October, 2015
29. Oladoyinbo, O. S., Raheem, W. K., Oose, M. O.,Sodiq, M. M., and Adebiyi, A .V. (2015). Arable crop Farmers accessibility and utilization of roll-back malaria programme: Experience from Oyo State, Nigeria. In S. I. Omeje, S. O. Emosairu, C. C. Chukwuji, L. Bratte, J. O. Isikwenu, R. A, Isiorhovoja and M. O. Agbogidi (eds) Agriculture: The Nigerian economy beyond oil. Proceedings of the 49th Annual conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria held at the Delta State University, Asaba Campus, Asaba, Nigeria on the 9th-13th November, 2015
30. Oyekunle, O., Adesanya, O. S., Amusat, A. S., Ayanda, I. F., and Oose, M. O. (2015). Adoption of Agro-forestry Practices by Farmers: Voices from Ogun State, Nigeria. In S. I. Omeje, S. O. Emosairu, C. C. Chukwuji, L. Bratte, J. O. Isikwenu, R. A, Isiorhovoja and M. O. Agbogidi (eds) Agriculture: The Nigerian economy beyond oil. Proceedings of the 49th Annual conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria held at the Delta State University, Asaba Campus, Asaba, Nigeria on the 9th-13th November, 2015

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