Prof. (Mrs.)

SANNI Silifat Ajoke 

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SANNI SilifatAjoke (Nee Aboaba)graduated with Bachelor of Science degreein the Department of Food Science and Technology in 1992, Master (1999) and Doctor of Philosophy (2009) Degrees at the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, from the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. She joined the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) in 2000 as Assistant Lecturer and became Professor of Human Nutrition (Food Composition and Utilization) in 2017 in FUNAAB. She is the current Head, Nutrition and Dietetics Department, November, 2021 to date. She was the acting Head, Nutrition and Dietetics Department, June 2010 to June 2014, member of FUNAAB Senate from June 2010 till date. She is also a member of Senate Committee on Examination Results (SECOSER), May 2010 to date and a former Secretary, National Association of University Women, Abeokuta Chapter, 2000-2004.She was a former financial Secretary (2013-2015), General Secretary (2012-2013) and Treasurer (2010-2011), Dawah Front of Nigeria, Abeokuta Chapter.She has won Vice Chancellor commendation letter as member of the Senate Committee on Examination Results, 2nd July 2010; Dean, COLAMRUCS appreciation & commendation for good report of the adhoc committee on the establishment of the new College of Food Science and Human Ecology, December, 2008; Dean COLAMRUCS Commendation letter of invaluable contribution and commitment to computation of results, October, 2008; and HOD, Nutrition and Dietetics Commendation letter of outstanding contributions to Department growth, 2008.Silifat is a member, African Nutrition Society, Nutrition Society of Nigeria, West African Association of Food Science and Technology, Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology and International Union of Food Science and Technology. She was a project member, World Bank Sponsored Project titled “Upscaling the Nigerian Flash Drying Experience for Sustainable Regional Trade and Income generation in West Africa (2012-2016); Grains from Losses of Root and Tuber Cropsin partnership with Greenwich University, UK and 14 other institutions sponsored by the European Union (2012 to 2015); Establishment of Food Science and Nutrition Network for Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Rural Livelihood in West Africa [FOSNUT] sponsored by Association of African Universities (AAU), Accra and Department for International Development, (DFID) UK (2010-2011), Nutritional Surveillance for Food Security System among UNAAB Mandate Communities, 2009-2010 (TETFUND Sponsored Project); and coordinator to TETFUND Sponsored Project on Consumption Pattern and Diet Composition of Selected Household in 3 States of University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (2009-2010). Her research focus includesMicro nutrient fortification of foods, consumption pattern, nutritional value and safety of street vended foods, nutrient composition and acceptability of complementary foods from sweetpotato, groundnut and crayfish and Consumption pattern, standardization and nutrient contents of indigenous foods. In terms of contribution to knowledge, Sanni published over 40 Technical Journal articles; 1 technical report; and 10 Conference proceedings. She has supervised in collaboration with colleagues’ well over 200 undergraduates, 30 Master and 5 PhDs. SilifatSannihas made outstanding contributions to scientific knowledge on food, nutrition and people working on food composition studies and assessment of common Nigerian food commodities, street vended foods including their safety; and food fortification processes. She is a team player, dedicated researcher and role model.She is happily married to a Professor and blessed with Children.

Ph.D 2009
M. Sc. 1999
B. Sc. Hon. 1992
WASC 1986

a. Project Member, World Bank Sponsored Project titled “Upscaling the Nigerian Flash Drying Experience for Sustainable Regional Trade and Income generation in West Africa” (Ghana, Benin Republic, Sierra-Leone, Nigeria) (2013-2016). Grant Number CW/CGS/05/PCN/WAAPRD/01/2011-39 from 2012-2016.
b. Project Member, Grains from Losses of Root and Tuber Crops, Grant agreement no: 289843 in partnership with Greenwich University, UK and 14 other institutions sponsored by the European Union. To commence February 2012 to 2015.
c. Project Member, Establishment of Food Science and Nutrition Network for Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Rural Livelihood in West Africa [FOSNUT] sponsored by Association of African Universities (AAU), Accra and Department for International Development, (DFID) UK [Project Ref. No. MRCI Cycle 325]. http://www.aau-mrci.net/Project%2017.html, 2010-2011.
d. Project Member, Nutritional Surveillance for Food Security System among UNAAB Mandate Communities, 2009-2010. TETFUND Sponsored Project.
e.Project Coordinator, Consumption Pattern and Diet Composition of Selected Household in 3 States of University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Mandate State IRG30], 2009-2010. TETFUND Sponsored Project.
ii Research in Progress
a. Micro nutrient fortification of foods.
b. Consumption pattern, nutritional value and safety of street vended foods
c. Nutrient composition and acceptability of complementary foods from sweetpotato, groundnut and crayfish
d. Consumption pattern, standardization and nutrient contents of indigenous foods.

i. Head, Nutrition and Dietetics Department, July 2020 till date.
ii. Member, Gender Policy Committee, May 2013 to 2015
iii. Member, FUNAAB Senate, June 2010 to June 2014
iv. Member, Committee on Review of University Academic Brief, 2012 to date
v. Member, Senate Committee on Enhancement of Office of the HOD, 2012
vi. COLFHEC Representative, PG Business Committee, 2011 to 2014
vii. COLFHEC Rep, Academic Planning and Curriculum Committee, 2011 to date
viii. Member, Senate Committee on Examination Results (SECOSER), May 2010 to date
ix. Member, Senate Committee on Review of Results Rectification, May 2009-2011
x. Member, Teaching and Farm Board, April 2009 to 2010
xi. Secretary, Formation of New College of Food Science and Human Ecology, 2009
xii. Member, College committee on 16th Convocation and UNAAB @ 21 Anniversary Exhibition, 2009
xiii. COLAMRUCS Representative, ACADA Challenge Committee, 2008
xiv. Member, COLAMRUCS Inaugural Lecture, August 2008
xv. Member, Post-UME 2007 Examination Screening Committee, August 2007
xvi. NUD Student Adviser, 2006-2010
xvii. Departmental Examination Officer, 2003 – 2010
xviii. Departmental Seminar Coordinator, 2000 – 2010
xix. Departmental SIWES Coordinator, 2000 -2007
xx. Secretary, National Association of University Women, Abeokuta Chapter, 2000-2004

i. Member, African Nutrition Society
ii. Member, Nutrition Society of Nigeria
iii. Member, West African Association of Food Science and Technology
iv. Member, Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology
v. Member, International Union of Food Science and Technology

i) 13th Triennial Symposium of International Society for Tropical Root Crops-African Branch, Dar es Salam, Tanzania, March 2017.
Papers presented: Microstructural Analysis and sensory evaluation of fried snack from brewers’ spent cassava flour and wheat flour, & Vacuum frying of new varieties of yellow fleshed cassava root slices.

ii) 45th Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN) Conference, Lagos, September, 2015:
Paper presented: Micronutrient and vitamin contents of laboratory prepared selected indigenous dishes consumed in rural south-west Nigeria. Book of Abstracts of the, Pp 10. Published by NSN.
iii) 45th Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN) Conference, Lagos, September, 2015:
Paper presented: Snacking and its effects among students of university of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. Book of Abstracts of the 45th Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN) Conference, Lagos, Pp 49. Published by NSN.
iv) 6th Africa Nutritional Epidemiology Conference Accra, Ghana 21 – 25 July 2014: Paper presented: Conventional Beverage Consumption Pattern Among Undergraduates Of Selected Tertiary Institution In Abeokuta, Ogun State.
v) 2nd International Conference on Nutrition and Growth Barcelona, Spain, 31 Jan-1 Feb, 2014. Paper presented: Complementary Feeding Practices and Nutritional Status of Children 6-24 Months in Abeokuta South Local Government Area, Ogun State, South West Nigeria.
vi) 12th Triennial Symposium of International Society of Tropical Root Crops, ISTRC-AB held at Accra, Ghana, 30 Sept-5th Oct, 2013. Paper presented: Nutritional composition and sensory acceptability of sausage roll and meat pie from high quality cassava flour.
vii) The 2nd Federation of African Nutrition Societies Congress (FANUS). International Conference Centre, Abuja, 11th – 15th September, 2011. Presented paper titled: Nutrient composition and acceptability of cookies from pre-germinated maize flour and defatted groundnut flour blends.
viii) 41st Annual Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, Kaduna, October, 2010. Paper presented: Body Mass Index and Food Consumption pattern of stationary and hawking female fish marketers in Abeokuta, Ogun State
ix) 40th Annual Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, Akure, October, 2009
x) 33rd Annual Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, Yaba, 27-30 November 2002

Seminar/Workshop Attended
i) Inception Workshop on the establishment of food science and nutrition network in West Africa organized by UNAAB LEMCEL sponsored by Association of African Universities, JAO 02, UNAAB, 25 June 2010.
ii) ETF Research Methodology and Capacity Building workshop for Lecturers of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria, Kaduna, 17-21 May 2010
iii) Nutritional Health and Beverages consumption conference, UNAAB, organized by Ogun State Chapter, Nutrition Society of Nigeria, October, 2009
iv) Step-down workshop on university ranking and international accreditation, UNAAB, April 2009
v) Regional training workshop on the use of statistical softwares for data analysis and documentation organized by AAU Food Developer Initiative Project of UNAAB LEMCEL & NIFST, UNAAB, May 2009
vi) Inception workshop organized by AAU-Food Developer Initiative Project, Senate Chamber, UNAAB, March 2009
vii) Right to Food Seminar organized by Ogun State Chapter, Nutrition Society of Nigeria, Cultural Centre, Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nov 2008.
viii) RESDEC Sensitization workshop on managing interdisciplinary research for maximum impact, UNAAB, Oct 2008.
ix) Training workshop on Nutrition and Policy Data Analysis using SPSS, Federal Office of Statistics, Abuja organized by IFPRI, Abuja, Nigeria, 13-19 October 2008
x) Modeling workshop organized by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and technology, Senate Chamber, UNAAB, May 2008.
xi) Training workshop on Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme Tertiary (ADAPT), LASU, March 10-14, 2008
xii) 3rd NIFST Training Workshop on Research Methodology for Young Scientists, UNAAB, 24-27 July 2002.
xiii) Nestle Nutrition State Seminar on the role of Nutrition in Food Security and poverty alleviation, June 12 Cultural Centre, Kuto, Abeokuta, 2002.
xiv) NIFST-ROCHE Seminar on Food for now and future of Nigeria, Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, August 12, 2003

A Thesis
a) Sanni, S. A. (1992) Chemical and Cooking properties of cowpea varieties. Unpublished B. Sc. Degree Project, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
b) Sanni, S. A. (1999) Chemical, Nutritional and Microbiological qualities of street foods in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Unpublished M. Sc. Degree Project, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
c) Sanni, S. A. (2007) Nutritional and Sensory Qualities of Iron fortified Cassava Gari and Fufu Flour. Unpublished Ph.D. Degree Project, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.

B Journal Articles in Print

1) Henshaw, F. O. & Sanni, S. A. (1995). The effects of seed physical properties and chemical composition on the cooking properties of seven cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) varieties. Nigerian Food Journal, 13:53 – 63. Published by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology.
2) Sanni, S. A., C. R. B. Oguntona and Sanni, L. O. (1999) Chemical and Nutritional composition of some common foods in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, BABT, Brazil, 42 (3): 331 – 337. Published by the The Biology and Technological Research Institute.
3) Sanni, S. A., Oguntona, C. R. B., Sanni, L. O. and Oyewole, O. B. (1999) Total Viable bacteria and coliform counts of some common foods in Abeokuta, Nigeria. West African Journal of Foods and Nutrition, 2 (2): 51 – 60. Published by Food Basket International, Ibadan.
4) Sanni, S. A., Okeleye, K. A. Soyode, A. F. and Taiwo, O. C. (2005). Physicochemical properties of early and medium maturing upland rice varieties. Nigerian Food Journal, 23: 148 – 155. Published by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology.
5) Sanni, S. A., & Sobola, O. B. (2006). Proximate composition and sensory qualities of bread and biscuits from malted sorghum. ASSET A4 6(1): 231-239. Published by the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
6) Sanni, S.A; Adebowale, A.A. and Yusuf, A.S (2006). Physico-chemical, culinary and functional properties of different improved Nigerian cowpea varieties. Nigerian Food Journal, 24: 34 – 41. Published by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology.
7) Sanni, S. A., Adebowale, A. A., Olayiwola, I.O. and. Maziya-Dixon, B. (2008). Chemical composition and pasting properties of iron fortified maize flour. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, Finland, 6 (3&4): 172-175. Available online at http://world-food.net/download/journals/2008-issue_3_4/f36.pdf
8) Sanni, S. A., Oguntona, C. R. B. and Bamgbose, A. M. (2009). Iron Biovailability and utilization in rats fed cassava fufu flour diets fortified with different sources of iron. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, Finland, 7 (2): 172-175. Published by WFL Publisher.
9) Onabanjo, O. O., Akinyemi, C. O., Sanni, S. A. and Kupoluyi, M. T. (2009). Mineral and heavy metal content of Nigerian dishes. Journal of Culinary Science & Technology, UK 7: 143-155. Published by Taylor and Francis, UK.
10) Abubakar, H. N., Olayiwola, I. O., Sanni, S. A. and Idowu, M. A. (2010). Chemical composition of sweet potato (Ipomea batatas Lam) dishes as consumed in Kwara State Nigeria. International Food Research Journal, Malaysia, 17: 411-416. Published by Faculty of Food Science & Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia. Available online at www.ifrj.upm.edu.my/
11) Sanni, S. A., Oguntona, C. R. B., Olayiwola, I. and Oguntona, T. (2010). Biovailability of iron to rats fed with Iron Fortified Cassava Gari Diets. Nigerian Food Journal 28 (1): 56-66. www.ajol.info/index.php/nifoj/search…/view?..…-Cached. Published by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology.
12) Sanni, S. A., Oguntona, C. R. B., E. B. Oguntona, and Maziya-Dixon, B. (2010). Chemical composition, Pasting and Sensory Properties of Iron-Fortified Cassava Gari. Foods, Japan 4 (1): 55-60. http://www.globalsciencebooks.info/JournalsSup/10FOOD_4_1.html
13) Sanni, S. A., Maziya-Dixon, B. and Oguntona, C. R. B (2010). Changes in iron and moisture contents, pH and peak viscosity of iron fortified fufu flour during storage in different packaging materials. African Root and Tuber Crops Journal 8 (2): 60-68.(Publication of International Society of Tropical Root Crops-African Branch based in IITA). Available online at istrc-ab.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/8.pdf
14) Sanni, S. A., Oguntona, C. R. B., and Maziya Dixon, B. (2010). Nutritional composition and Sensory properties of Iron Fortified Fufu Flour. Journal of Natural Science, Engineering and Technology (Formerly ASSET A4) 9(1): 40-57. Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
15) Olayiwola, I. O., Oganah, B. C., Oguntona, C. R. B., Popoola, A. R, Sanni, S. A and Sam-Wobo, S. O. (2012) Status of aflatoxin and anti nutrient content of some standardized maize-based dishes and snacks consumed in Nigeria. Discourse Journal of Agric and Food Science 1 (5): 9-18. Published by Institute of Information Resources. Available online at http://www.resjournals.org/JAFS Bangladesh.
16) Olayiwola, I. O., Oganah, B. C., Oguntona, C. R. B., Popoola, A. R, Sanni, S. A, Onabanjo, O. O., Afolabi, W. A. O. and Sam-Wobo, S. O. (2012). Consumption Pattern of Maize based dishes in Four Agro-Ecological Zones of Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science and Environment, (ASSET) 12 (2): 45-61. Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
17) Sanni, S. A. (2012). Stability of iron fortified gari during storage in different packaging materials. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 36 (3): 206-213. Published by Wiley Online Library (www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=0145-8892), UK.
18) Olayiwola, I. O, Akinfenwa, V. O., Oguntona, C. R. B., Sanni, S. A., Onabanjo, O. O. and Afolabi, W. A. O. (2013). Phytonutrient, Antioxidant and Mineral composition of some wild fruits in South West Nigeria. Nigeria Food Journal 31 (2): 33-40. Published by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology.
19) Ibiyemi Olayiwola Funmi Folaranmi, Abdul-Rasaq A. Adebowale, Onabanjo Oluseye, Sanni Ajoke, Afolabi Wasiu (2013). Chemical, mineral composition and sensory acceptability of cocoyam-based recipes enriched with cowpea flour. Food Science and Nutrition, 1(3): 228–234. Published by Wiley Online Library, UK. Available online at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/fsn3.2013.1.issue-3/issuetoc
20) Afolabi, W. A. O., Oyawoye, O. O., Sanni, S. A. and Onabanjo, O. O. (2013). Proximate and cholesterol composition of selected fast foods sold in Nigeria. Nigerian Food Journal 31 (1): 70-76. Published by the Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology. Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/nifoj/article/view/97619
21) Phorbee, O., Olayiwola, I and Sanni, S. (2013). Bioavailability of Beta Carotene in Traditional Fermented, Roasted Granules, Gari from Bio-Fortified Cassava Roots. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 4 (12): 1247-1254. doi: 10.4236/fns.2013.412159. Published by Wiley Periodicals, USA.
22) Akinlonu, E. O., Sanni, S. A. & Onabanjo, O. O. (2014). Nutritional, Sensory qualities and Recommended daily allowances of novel dishes from cassava root. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 35 (1): 33-41. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.
23) Afolabi, W. A. O., Ayenigba, B., Onabanjo, O. O., Sanni, S. A. and Ariyo, M. A. (2014). Socio-demographic determinants of paternal centred child care practices and under-three children malnutrition in peri-urban communities in southwest Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 35 (1): 9-14. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.
24) Olayinka Righteous Akinpelu, Micheal Ayodele Idowu, Olajide Philip Sobukola, Silifat Ajoke Sanni, Goke Bodunde, Mure Agbonlahor, & Loreto Munoz (2014). Optimization of Processing Conditions for Vacuum Frying of High Quality Fried Plantain Chips Using Response Surface Methodology (RSM). Food Science and Biotechnology 23 (4): 1-8 (2014). Published by Springer. South Korea. Available online at link.springer.com/10.1007/s10068-014-0153-x
25) Sotunde, O. F., Sanni, S. A., Onabanjo, O. O., Olayiwola, I. O. (2014). A retrospective study of the health profile of neonates of mothers with anemia in pregnancy and pregnancy induced hypertension in Lagos, Nigeria. Journal of Public Health in Africa 5: 63-67. Italy. Published by Page Press. Available online at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5345411/
26) Onabanjo, O. O., Sanni, S. A., Afolabi, W. A. O, Oyawoye, O. O. and Obanla, O. O. (2014). Lipid composition of some commonly consumed traditional Nigerian dishes. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 27: 367-376. UK. Published by The British Dietetic Association Ltd, UK. doi:10.1111/jhn.12157.
27) Oganah, B. C., Olayiwola, I. O, Sanni, S. A. and Sam –Wobo, S. O. (2014). In-vivo assessment in animal models for some commonly consumed standardized maize-based dishes and snacks in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 35 (1): 113-121. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.
28) *Afolabi, W. A. O., Oyawoye, O. O., Sanni, S. A., Onabanjo, O. O. and Obanla, O. O. (2015). Portion size, Micronutrient content and Nutritional Quality of Selected Fast Foods sold in Nigeria. International Journal of Health and Nutrition 6 (1): 1-8. Published by Academy Publication Inc. USA. http://www.asciencejournal.net/asj/index.php/IJHN/article/viewArticle/605.
29) *W.A.O. Afolabi, I.O. Olayiwola, S.A. Sanni, O. Oyawoye (2015). Nutrient Intake and Nutritional Status of the Aged in Low Income Areas of Southwest, Nigeria. Journal of Aging Research & Clinical Practice, 4(1): 66-72. http://dx.doi.org/10.14283/jarcp.2015.51 Published by International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics/International Academy Nutrition & Aging, USA.
30) *Sanni, Silifat Ajoke, Badejo, Afolake Adeyinka and Afolabi, Wasiu Akinloye (2015). Beverage Consumption Pattern among Undergraduates of Selected Tertiary Institutions in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 36 (1): 38-46. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.
31) *Bashirat A. Wahab, Abdul-Rasaq A. Adebowale, Silifat A. Sanni, Olajide P. Sobukola, Adewale O. Obadina, Olatundun E. Kajihausa, Mojisola O. Adegunwa, Lateef O. Sanni and Keith Tomlins (2015). Effect of species, pretreatments, and drying methods on the functional and pasting properties of high-quality yam flour. Food Sciences and Nutrition 2016 4(1): 50–58. Published by Wiley Periodicals, USA. DOI: 10.1002/fsn3.260
32) *Olunfunke O Obanla, Oluseye O Onabanjo, Silifat A Sanni, Mojisola O Adegunwa, Wasiu A O Afolabi, Omolola O Oyawoye and Atinuke T Lano-Maduagu (2016). Fatty Acid Profile and Dietary Fibre Contents of Some Standardises Soups and Dishes Consumed in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 37 (1): 20-28. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.
33) *Afolabi, W. A. O., Odebunmi, H. B., Onabanjo, O. O., Sanni, S. A. and Olonisakin, O. O. (2016). Dietary Pattern, Body Composition, Obesity and Hypertension among a Population of Market Women in Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 37 (2): 47-56. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.
34) Ekunseitan, O. F, Obadina, A. O., Sobukola, O. P., Omemu, A. M., Adegunwa, M. O., Kajihausa, O. E, Adebowale, A. A., Sanni S.A., Sanni L.O. and Tomlins Keith (2016). Nutritional composition, functional and pasting properties of wheat, mushroom and high quality cassava composite flour. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation (In Press) JFPP13150, Accepted 14 June, 2016.

C Journal Articles Accepted for Publication:
35 * Adeyemi, Y. A, Onabanjo, O. O., Sanni, S. A., Ugbaja, R. N., Afolabi, D. O., Oladoyinbo, C. A. (2017). Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome among Apparently Healthy Adults in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nutrition and Food Science. Published by Emerald publishers, UK. Accepted date: June 13, 2017.

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