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Professor of Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology

Publications & Creative works


Theses/Dissertations
  1. Torimiro, D.O. (1990): Obstacles to farming system technologies in Ogun State, Nigeria. An unpublished B. Agric. Dissertation, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. 117pp.
  2. Torimiro, D.O. (1995): Evaluation of forms of communication on adoption of improved agricultural technologies by farmers under the Ogun State Agricultural Development Project in Nigeria. An unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. 136pp.
  3. Torimiro, D.O. (1999): Factors associated with youth participation in rural leadership development activities in Ogun State, Nigeria. An unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. 212pp.
Books and Monographs
  1. Torimiro, D.O., Eludire, A. A., Subair, S. K. and Akinjobi, J. A. (2013): Complementing extension roles through young animators and ICT usage in sub-Saharan Africa: experiences from Nigeria and Botswana. Ghana: Association of African Universities, 76pp.
  2. Torimiro, D.O.(2013): Who will bring farm children back to the farm? Inaugural Lecture Series 257, Obafemi Awolowo University Press Limited, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. 55pp.
  3. Torimiro, D.O. B.O. Adisa, S.M. Odeyinka, E.O. Bamigboye, F.O. Adedeji and J.A. Akinkunmi (2008): On Station Demonstration of Agro-Forestry Technologies- Apiary, Snailery, Grass Cutter Rearing & Fisheries: The Obafemi Awolowo University Experience. Extension Bulletin No. 1-4, Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. 52pp.
  4. Torimiro, D.O. (2004): Ethical Revolution among Nigerian youth in Schools and Colleges (Youth Empowerment Series I) Andkolad (Publishers) Venture (Nig.) Ltd., Nigeria. 98pp.
Edited Books/ Proceedings
  1. Torimiro, D.O. and Igodan, O. Chris (Eds.) (2019): Global Agricultural Extension Practices: Country by Country Approaches. New York, USA, Nova Science Publishers. Pp330
  2. Jonathan C. Mba, Julia Preece and Torimiro, D.O.(2015): Contribution of African Universities to the Attainment of the MDGs: A Synthesis of Mobilizing Regional Capacity Initiative Project Reports. Ghana: Association of African Universities. Pp 124.
  3. Torimiro, D.O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (Eds.) (2013): E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. 275pp.
  4. Ige, M.T., Ayanlaja, S.A., Torimiro, D.O. and O.L. Oludimu (Eds) (2012): Sunflower at Crawford University – Past, Present and Future. Ghana: Association of African Universities. Pp 125.
  5. Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (2008): Agricultural extension: a comprehensive treatise. Lagos: ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. 501pp.
  6. 10. Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (2006): Capacity building for agricultural extension officers. Nigeria: Osun State Government. 238 pp.
  7. Torimiro, D.O. and B.O. Adisa (2007): Challenges faced by children and youth: The responses of development service providers in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 8th National Research Conference and Network Meeting of CYIAP in Nigeria held in University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. November 27-30, 2006.
  8. Torimiro, D.O. and B.O. Adisa (2006): Childhood and youth-hood issues in the era of reforms in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 7th National Research Conference and Network Meeting of CYIAP in Nigeria held in Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State. November 28- December 1, 2005.
  9. Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D.O. (1998): Rural children and the future food security of Nigeria: (a book of readings). Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria: CIAP 502 pp.
Contributions to Books
  1. Nelson Motlapele Tselaesele, Keneilwe Tongomani Bob, Torimiro, D.O.and Olusegun Tunbosun Adebo (2020): Small Scale Horticultural Business: Challenges and (De)motivating Factors of Young Farmers in Glen Valley Horticultural Farms of Botswana? In O. D. Kolawole (Ed.) SmallholderFarmers and Farming Practices: Challenges and Prospects. Nova Science Publishers, USA. Pp 203-224.
  2. 15. Torimiro, Dixon (2019): Gender, Youth and Agricultural Development: Reflecting on the Centenarian Status of the Nigerian State. In Funmi Soetan and Bola Akanji (Eds.), Through the Gender Lens: A Century of Social and Political Development in Nigeria. Lexington Books, USA. Pp 165-184.
  3. Torimiro, D.O.,Okorie, V. O., Pur, J.T. (2019) Public-Funded Agricultural Extension Approaches in Nigeria: A Historical Perspective. In Torimiro, Dixon Olutade and Igodan, Chris (Eds.) Global Agricultural Extension Practices: Country by Country Approaches. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA. Pp 135-152.
  4. Okorie, V. O., Torimiro, D.O., Ayinde, J. O., Alao, O. T. (2019) NGOs in Nigeria’s Agricultural Extension Landscape: A Comparative Perspective. In Torimiro, Dixon Olutade and Igodan, Chris (Eds.) Global Agricultural Extension Practices: Country by Country Approaches. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA.Pp 153-166.
  5. Torimiro, D.O. M.T. Ige and B. J. Amujoyegbe (2012): Sunflower and Poverty Alleviation among Smallholder Farmers in Nigeria and Botswana (Keynote Address). In Ige, M.T., Ayanlaja, S.A., Torimiro, D.O. and O.L. Oludimu (Eds), Sunflower at Crawford University – Past, Present and Future. Ghana: Association of African Universities. Pp 12-27.
  6. Amujoyegbe, B.J., Torimiro, D.O. M.T. Ige, S. K. Subair, N. Tselaesele and T.V. Balole (2012): Effects of Intercropping Sunflower with Arable Crops for Food Security and Poverty Alleviation. In Ige, M.T., Ayanlaja, S.A., Torimiro, D.O. and O.L. Oludimu (Eds), Sunflower at Crawford University – Past, Present and Future. Ghana: Association of African Universities. Pp 37-55.
  7. Torimiro, D.O. Eludire, A.A., Tselaesele, N. and S.K. Subair (2012): Enhancing Sustainable Usage of ICTs in Farming Communities: Lessons from HEIs facilitated Project in Nigeria and Botswana. In Ige, M.T., Ayanlaja, S.A., Torimiro, D.O. and O.L. Oludimu (Eds), Sunflower at Crawford University – Past, Present and Future. Ghana: Association of African Universities. Pp 81-102.
  8. Ayinde, J.O., Yusuf, O. J. and Torimiro, D.O.(2011): Youth involvement in peri urban agriculture in Osun State, Nigeria. in Remi Adeyemo (Eds.) Urban Agriculture, Cities and Climate Change. CUVILLIER VERLAG, Gottingen, Germany. Pp 237-242.
  9. Torimiro, D.O.and Ayinde, J.O. (2011): Sociological theories and their applications to rural setting. In S.F. Adedoyin (Ed.) Rural, Agricultural and Environmental Sociology in Nigeria. The Nigerian Rural Sociological Association. Pp.350-368.
  10. Torimiro, D.O. and Ayinde, J.O. (2011): Social capital and social safety-net among rural dwellers. In S.F. Adedoyin (Ed.) Rural, Agricultural and Environmental Sociology in Nigeria. The Nigerian Rural Sociological Association. Pp.350-368.
  11. Torimiro, D.O., Okorie, V.O., Adisa, B.O. and Famuyiwa, B.S. (2009): Farm youth and usage of HIV/AIDs prevention strategies: implications for food security in Nigeria, in Adebooye, O.C. (Eds.) Food, health and environmental issues in developing countries: The Nigeria situation. CUVILLIER VERLAG, Gottingen, Germany. Pp 276-289.
  12. Torimiro, D.O. (2009): Children exploitation in the labour process: Empirical Exposition from Ile-Ife, in Osita Agbu (Ed.) Children and Youth in the Labour Process in Africa. Dakar, Senegal: CODESRIA Book Series.
  13. Torimiro, D.O. and V. O. Okorie (2008): Comparative Extension Education, in Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (Eds.) Agricultural Extension – A Comprehensive Treatise. Nigeria, Ikeja, Lagos:ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. Pp 30-53.
  14. Torimiro, D.O. and Yomi Alfred(2008): Communication in Agricultural Extension, in Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (Eds.) Agricultural Extension – A Comprehensive Treatise. Nigeria, Ikeja, Lagos:ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. Pp 133-141.
  15. F.O. Adereti, Torimiro, D.O., T.F. Ojo and V.O. Okorie (2008): Administration and Supervision in Extension, in Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (Eds.) Agricultural Extension – A Comprehensive Treatise. Nigeria, Ikeja, Lagos:ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. Pp 179-199.
  16. S. B. Williams and Torimiro, D.O. (2008): Issues of Gender Inequalities in Nigeria’s Agrarian Transformation, in Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (eds) Agricultural Extension – A Comprehensive Treatise. Nigeria, Ikeja, Lagos:ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. Pp 262-278.
  17. Torimiro, D.O. (2008): Rural Youth Development and Extension, in Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (eds) Agricultural Extension – A Comprehensive Treatise. Nigeria, Ikeja, Lagos:ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. Pp 279-299.
  18. Torimiro, D.O. (2008): Extension Strategies for Sustainable Land Use Planning in Water Shed Areas, in Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (eds) Agricultural Extension – A Comprehensive Treatise. Nigeria, Ikeja, Lagos:ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. Pp 373-391.
  19. Torimiro, D.O. and O. D. Kolawole (2008): New Partnership for Africa’s Development and Agricultural Technology Transfer in a Globalised World, in Akinyemiju, O.A. and Torimiro, D.O. (eds) Agricultural Extension – A Comprehensive Treatise. Nigeria, Ikeja, Lagos:ABC Agricultural Systems Ltd. Pp 392-402.
  20. Torimiro, D.O., Adedoyin, S. F., O.L. Oludimu and O.B. Sokunbi (2005): Extension Roles in Credit Administration in Agricultural Project in Ogun State, Nigeria. In: Oludimu, O. L and Ogunsiji (Eds.) Agricultural Management: A book of readings. Asogun Books Publishers, Ibadan. Pp 188-195.
  21. Mann, C.I., Torimiro, D.O. and Oluborode, A.F. (1998): Farmers’ perception of the socio-economic needs of their children participating in farming activities in Ago-Iwoye, in Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D.O. (Eds.) Rural children and the future food Security of Nigeria: a book of readings. Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria CIAP. Pp. 146 – 158.
  22. Torimiro, D.O. and Adedoyin, S.F. (1998): Organizing a national research network conference in Nigeria: The CIAP experience, in Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D.O. (Eds.) Rural children and the future food Security of Nigeria: a book of readings. Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria: CIAP. Pp 54 – 62.
  23. Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D.O. (1998): Children-In-Agriculture Programme (CIAP): a model for involving rural children in Sustainable farming, in Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D.O. (Eds.) Rural children and the future food Security of Nigeria: a book of readings. Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria: CIAP. Pp 8 – 16.
  24. Torimiro, D.O. and Lawal, B.O. (1998): Rural children’s socialization into farming, in Yomi Oruwari (Ed.) Gender, sustainable development and the urban poor in Nigeria. (A book of readings): Hisis (Publishing) Limited, Port-Harcourt. Pp 169-178.
  25. Agunbiade, J.B., Adefuye, B.O. and Torimiro, D.O.(1997): Rural Social Systems, in: Essential of general studies: Culture, agriculture and computer. Vol. 2. Ogun State University, Nigeria: CESAP. Pp 74 – 90.
  26. Adedoyin, S.F.; Torimiro, D.O. and Agbelemoge, A. (1997): The nature and scope of rural development, in: Essentials of general studies: culture, agriculture and computer. Vol.2 Ogun State University, Nigeria: CESAP. Pp 48 – 60.
  27. Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D.O. (1997): Agricultural extension and national economic development, in: Essentials of general studies: culture agriculture and computer. Vol 2. Ogun State University, Nigeria: CESAP. Pp 91 – 107.
Published Journal Articles
  1. Olarewaju, B.E., Ayinde, J.O., Torimiro, D. O., Alao, O.T., Oyedele, D.J. and Adebooye, O.C. (2019). Knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) analysis of underutilized indigenous vegetables (UIVs) technologies among the Southwest Nigerian young farmers. Acta Hortic. 1238, 165-176
  2. Adewoyin, E.O., Ayinde, J.O., Torimiro, D. O., Alao, O.T., Oyedele, D.J. and Adebooye, O.C. (2019). Assessment of perceived knowledge and consumption frequency of underutilized indigenous vegetables (UIVs) among the rural youth in Osun State, Nigeria. Acta Hortic. 1238, 177-184
  3. Bankole. O., Torimiro, D. O., Anamayi, E.S. and L. Ganiyu (2018): Knowledge and use of social media by farm youth in the rural communities of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Development Studies. 3(1): 24-30.
  4. Ibrahim, S., Torimiro, D. O. and O.T. Adebo (2018). Rural Children’s involvement in farm produce marketing activities in Kebbi State, Nigeria. Annals of Child and Youth Studies. 8 (1): 1-17.
  5. Bankole, O.,Torimiro, D. O., J.O. Filusi and S. M. Tongshuwal (2018): Assessment of social media usage for agricultural information dissemination among farm youth in rural communities of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Annals of Child and Youth Studies. 8 (2): 71-84.
  6. Torimiro, D. O., Tselaesele, N.T., Seven, K., Ramorathudi, M.V. and Hulela, K. (2016): Vulnerable Groups’ Involvement in Small Scale Vegetable production: A panacea for Poverty and Food Insecurity? International Journal of Vegetable Science. 22 (1):76 – 84.
  7. Tselaesele, N. M., Koledoye, G.F., Torimiro, D. O., Alao, O.T., Taolo, T. and Baliyan, S.P. (2016): Poor Herdboys and Cattle Post Work: A Veritable Pillar of Botswana’s Beef Industry? Journal of Youth Studies, Hong Kong. 19 (2) 38:155-156Serial No. 38.
  8. Ayinde, J.O., Torimiro, D. O., Oyedele, D.J., Adebooye, C.O., Deji, O.F., Alao, O.T. and Koledoye, G.F. (2016) Production and Consumption of Underutilized Indigenous Vegetables (UIVs) among Men and Women Farmers: Evidence from Southwest Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture. 28:33 – 42.
  9. Torimiro, D. O., Yusuf, O.J. and Tselaesele, N.M. (2015): Gender analysis of In-school farm children perception of ICT usage in sub-Saharan Africa. Humboldt International Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Development, 1: 78-89.
  10. Alao, T.O., Torimiro, D. O. and Ayinde, J.O. (2015): Perceptions of Youth Roles in Agricultural Innovation Management System among Arable Crop Farmers in Farming Communities of Osun State, Nigeria. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 5(2):124-133.
  11. Okorie V. O., Torimiro, D. O. and Makinde A. A (2015). An analysis of correlates of educational aspiration among in-school teenage mothers: empirical evidence from southwestern Nigeria. African Journal of Gender and Development 2(1) pp 13-22.
  12. Ayinde, J.O., Torimiro, D. O., Koledoye, G.F. and O.A. Adepoju (2015): Assessment of rural youth involvement in the usage of information and communication technologies (ICTs) among farmers in Osun State, Nigeria. Scientific Papers Series: Management, Economic, Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development, Romania. 15(2):17-23.
  13. Ayinde, J. O. and Torimiro, D. O. (2014); Factors influencing community based youth organisations’ involvement in rural development activities in Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, USA.6 (1):28-34.
  14. Eludire, Adekunle A.; Yusuf, Jelili O.; Subair, Stephen K.; Torimiro, D. O. (2014): In-School Farm Children as Young Animators for Information Dissemination amongst Small Holder Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Nigeria and Botswana. Journal of Youth Studies. Hong kong, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p161-171.
  15. Torimiro, D. O., Yusuf, O.J., Subair, S.K., Amujoyegbe, B.J., Tselaesele, N. and J.O. Ayinde (2014): Utilization of sunflower among smallholder farmers in sub Saharan Africa: Evidence from Nigeria and Botswana. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, USA 6(9):298-304.DOI: 10.5897/JAERD2014.0579
  16. Ayinde, J.O.; Torimiro, D. O.and Koledoye, G.F. (2014): Youth migration and agricultural production: analysis of farming communities of Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension. 18 (1):121-129.
  17. Torimiro, D. O., Oluwatosin Oluwasegun Fasina and Abiola Ojo (2014): Effects of In- School Youth Skills Acquisition Activities on Academic Performances in Ondo State, Nigeria. Journal of Youth Studies, Hong Kong. 17(2)34: 129-141.
  18. Torimiro, D. O., Ayinde, J.O., Koledoye, G.F. and Oyedele, D.J.(2014):Farmers’ involvement in under-utilized indigenous vegetable production: experiences and emerging issues from Southwest, Nigeria. Journal of Agric. Science and Application, USA. 3(2):39-45.
  19. Famuyiwa, B.S. Torimiro, D. O., Obatolu, E.O. and E.O. Uwagboe (2014) Preventive Measures Adopted by Farmers for the Environmental Hazards in Cocoa Plantations. Journal of Agricultural Extension.18 (2):99- 111.
  20. Amujoyegbe, B.J., Torimiro, D. O., N. Tselaesele and T.V. Balole (2013). On-farm evaluation of the productivity of intercropping sunflower with arable crops among smallholder farmers in Nigeria and Botswana. Kenya: African Journal of Agricultural Research. 8(16)1553 -1558.
  21. Okorie V. O., Torimiro, D. O. and Mankinde (2013).Whither youths’ involvement in climate-smart-agriculture? Exploring environmental responsibility and economic prosperity among farm youths in Osun State. Annals of child and youth Studies (4) 111-123.
  22. Busayo S. Famuyiwa, Torimiro, D. O. and Simon A. Adesoji (2013): Determination of Cocoa Farmers’ Knowledge on Environmental Hazards Associated with Cocoa Farming Operations in Nigeria. International Journal of Knowledge, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 1: (1– 2)58-70.
  23. Ayinde, J.O., Torimiro, D. O. and S.I. Ogunjimi (2013): Perception of rural youth towards exploitation of non-timber forest products in selected communities of Ago - Owu Forest Reserve, Osun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Research and Technology 2(12): 43-48.
  24. Amujoyegbe, B.J., Torimiro, D. O., M.T. Ige, S.K. Subair, N. Tselaesele, T.V. Balole and U. Batlang, (2012). ICT Support for Popularization of Sunflower Intercropping with Arable Crops: A Case Study of Nigerian and Batswana. Agricultural Journal, 7: 230-235.
  25. Ayinde, J.O., Okorie, V.O., Torimiro, D. O. and Ojide, O.C. (2011) Researchers’ roles in agricultural innovation management system: Implications for climate adaptation in Southwestern Nigeria. Swaziland: Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development 6: 59-69.
  26. Famuyiwa, B.S., Torimiro, D. O. (2011) Perception of HIV/AIDS prevention strategies among the youth in farming communities of Osun State, Nigeria. Swaziland: Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development 6: 45-59.
  27. Ayinde, J.O., S.A. Adesoji, Torimiro, D. O. and T.A. Taiwo (2011) Assessment of youth accessibility to social amenities toward promoting employment opportunities in farming communities of Osun State, Nigeria. Int
  28. Torimiro, D. O., Oluborode, A. A., Lawal, B.O.and V. O. Okorie (2010) Socio-economic factors affecting the sustainability of Nigerian Rural Young People on the farm: Implication for Extension. Hong Kong: Journal of Youth Studies 14 (1).
  29. Torimiro, D. O.; Odeyinka, S. M.; Okorie, V. O.; and Akinsuyi, M. A. (2009) Gender analysis of socio-cultural perception of Moringa oleifera amongst farmers in Southwestern Nigeria.USA: Journal of International Women’s Studies 10 (4): 188-202.
  30. Lawal, B. O., Torimiro, D. O. and Makanjuola, B.A. (2009) Impact of agricultural extension practices on Nigerian poultry farmers’ standard of living: A perceptional analysis. Mexico: Tropical and sub-Tropical Agroecosystems 10: 465 – 473.
  31. Okorie, V. O., Torimiro, D. O., Ojo, T.F. and Kazim, O.K. (2009) Youth’s involvement in car wash activities: A potential pull of agricultural labor in Osun State, Nigeria? USA: The African Symposium: An On Line Journal of African Educational Research Network. 9 (1): 83-93.
  32. Adesanwo, O.O., M.T. Adetunji, J.K. Adesanwo, O.A. Osiname, S. Diatta and Torimiro, D. O. (2009): Evaluation of Traditional Soil Fertility Management Practices for Rice Cultivation in Southwestern Nigeria. American-Eurasian Journal of Agronomy 2 (2): 45-49.
  33. Torimiro, D. O. and V. O. Okorie (2009) Globalisation and African Youth Exploitation: Need for Good Governance in Nigeria. Hong Kong: Journal of Youth Studies 12 (2).
  34. Torimiro,D. O., V. O. Okorie, and O. M. Ojubanire (2008): Push and Pull Correlates of Nigerian Farm Youth's Involvement in Transportation Business: A Bane for Food Security in Africa?Hong Kong: Journal of Youth Studies 11 (2): 125 -138.
  35. Odeyinka,S.M., Torimiro, D. O., Oyedele, J.O. and V.O. Asaolu (2007): Farmers’ Awareness and Knowledge of Moringa oleifera in Southwestern Nigeria: A Perceptional Analysis. Pakistan: Asian Journal of Plant Science 6 (2): 320-325.
  36. Torimiro, D. O.; O. D. Kolawole and V. O. Okorie (2007): In-School Farm-Youth and ICTs Usage: A Gender Analysis of Nigeria’s Yoruba Communities.Hong Kong: Journal of Youth Studies 10 (2): 143-154.
  37. Odeyinka, S.M. and Torimiro, D. O. (2006): Assessment of Adoption Status of Management Practices for West African Dwarf Goat Production in Southwest Nigeria. Belgium: Tropicultura, 24 (3) 162-168.
  38. Torimiro, D. O. and Oluborode A. A. (2006): Towards Achieving Food Security in Africa: Meeting the Sustainable Needs of Crop Farm Youth in Southwest Nigeria. Pakistan: Journal of Applied Science Research. 2(4):242-247.
  39. Torimiro, D. O. and Oluborode A. A. (2006): Exploring Socio - Economic Correlates of Production Needs for Enhancing Food Security through Farm Youth in Southwest Nigeria. Pakistan: Journal of Applied Science Research. 2(5):248-255
  40. Torimiro, D. O., O.D. Kolawole and M. O. Adeogun (2006): Nigeria’s University-Based Rural Development Project: An Exemplary Holistic Model for Rural Communities Empowerment in Sub-Saharan African Region. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology, 6(1&2): 1-12.
  41. Kolawole, O.D. and Torimiro, D. O.(2006): Nigerian Poor Majority: Issues and Challenges in the 21st Century. Pakistan: Research Journal of Social Sciences, 1 (1) 11-20.
  42. Torimiro, D. O. and O.D. Kolawole (2006): Women’s Voices on African Rural Child in the Development Process: Between Tradition and Modernism. Pakistan: Research Journal of Social Sciences, 1 (1) 21-31.
  43. Torimiro, D. O. and Dionco-Adetayo, E.A. (2005): Children involvement in entrepreneurship in rural communities: An attitudinal analysis. The International Journal of Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship. U.K.: Elsevier Science, 25 (6):683-689.
  44. Malik, M.; Torimiro, D. O.; Bamire, F.B. (2005): Nigerian Parents and the Development of Rural School Youth. India: J. Soc. Sci., 10(3): 191-197.
  45. Torimiro, D. O.and O.D. Kolawole (2005): Nigerian Rural Youths in a Culture of Undignified Survival Strategies. India: J. Soc. Sci., 11(1): 83-89.
  46. Lawal, B.O., Torimiro, D. O., Banjo, A.D. and Joda, A.O. (2005):Operational Habits and Health Hazards Associated with Pesticide Usage by Cocoa Farmers in Nigeria: Lessons for Extension Work.India: J. Hum. Ecol., 17(3): 191-195.
  47. Kolawole, O.D. and Torimiro, D. O. (2005): Participatory rural entrepreneurship development for grassroots transformation: A factor analysis. India: J. Human Ecol., 18(3): 193-198.
  48. Torimiro, D. O. and Laogun, E. A. (2005): Principal factors associated with youth participation in rural leadership development activities in Ogun State, Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture. 21:196-203.
  49. Torimiro, D. O.and E.A. Dionco-Adetayo (2004): Socio-Economic characteristics of rural youth in leadership development in South Western Nigeria: Entrepreneurial implications. India:J. Soc. Sci., 9 (2): 131-135.
  50. Torimiro, D. O. and Dionco-Adetayo, E.A. (2004): Perception of nomadic household on children involvement in animal rearing industry among the Fulani communities in Nigeria. India: Stud. Tribes Tribals, 2(2): 131-135.
  51. Ajayi, A.O. and Torimiro, D.O. (2004): Perspectives on child abuse and labour: global ethical ideals versus African cultural realities. U.K.: Early Child Development and Care, 174 (2):183-191.
  52. Torimiro, D. O., Malik, M. and O.D. Kolawole (2004): Perceived roles of African rural parents in child education and development. U.K.: Early Child Development and Care, 174 (7-8): 721 – 731.
  53. Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D. O.(2004): Integrating Farm Children into Rural based Economy in Nigeria: The CIAP Experience. Journal of Agricultural Management and Rural Development. 1:120-136.
  54. Torimiro, D. O.; E.A. Dionco-Adetayo and V.O. Okorie (2003): Children and involvement in animal rearing activities: a traditional occupation for sustainability of nomadic culture? U.K.: Early Child Development and Care, 173 (2-3): 185-192.
  55. Torimiro, D. O. and Adedoyin, S.F. (2003): Guidelines for organizing Children-in-Agriculture Programme (CIAP) Clubs in Nigeria. Lagos Journal of Children and Youth Development1 (1): 85-90Adedoyin S.F., Torimiro, D. O. and M.F.O. Jaji (1998): Rural Infrastructure and Social Amenities Requirement of Farmers’ Children in Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State. Nig J. Rural Sociology 2: 29-32.
  56. Torimiro, D. O. (2002): Inaugurating a global rural youth development network: A participant preliminary experience from Herrsching workshop in Germany. South Africa: African Journal of Child and Youth Development. 1 (1) 14-22.
  57. Torimiro, D. O., Lawal, B.O. and A. Agbelemoge. (2002): Comparative study of cooperative and non-cooperative poultry farmers in Ijebu Division of Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Rural Sociology.3(.1&2): 33-42.
  58. Torimiro, D. O. and Lawal, B.O. (2001): Rural children and household food security activities in Ijebu area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Moor Journal of Agricultural Research. 2(1): 70-74.
  59. Adedoyin, S.F. Agunbiade, J.B., Torimiro, D.O. and Fagbenro, (2000): Peri-urban horticulture business: A new focus for extension service toward promoting economic recovery in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Horticultural Science. 4: 1-4.
  60. Torimiro, D. O. and Laogun, E.A. (2000): Motivational Factors for Youth Participation in Rural Leadership Development Activities in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension. 4: 28-35.
  61. Torimiro, D. O., Alao, J.A. and Fapojuwo, O.E. (1999): Relationship between socio-economic characteristics of Farmers and adoption of improved agricultural technologies in Ogun State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Rural Sociologists. 3: 44-51.
  62. Adedoyin, S.F.; Akinyemi, J.O., Torimiro, D.O. and Odusote, M.O. (1999): Farm mechanization needs of rural farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. India: International Journal of Tropical Agriculture, 17 (1-4): 97-102.
  63. 103. Adedoyin, S.F., Torimiro, D. O. and Adeiga, A.F. (1997): Present interest and future aspiration in farming: A case of school based farmer’s children club in Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension 1: 17-20.
Published Refereed and Edited Conference Proceedings
  1. Torimiro, D. O., Ojo T.F., Yusuf, O. J., Ayinde, J.O. and Adesoji, S.A. (2013): E-Agriculture in Africa: Prospects and Challenges. In Torimiro, D. O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (eds.) E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. Pp 79-89.
  2. Amujoyegbe, B.J., Torimiro, D. O. and M. T. Ige (2 013): E-Agriculture Models: A Review of Countries Experience: In Torimiro, D.O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (eds.) E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. Pp 91-97.
  3. Eludire, A. A., J. A. Akinjobi, N. Tselaesele, S .K. Subair,Torimiro, D. O. (2013): ICT Infrastructure Support for E-Agriculture. In Torimiro, D.O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (eds.) E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. Pp 109-119.
  4. Subair S .K., Eludire, A. A., J. A. Akinjobi, N. Tselaesele, D .O. Torimiro (2013): Identification of Knowledge and Practical Skills Possessed By Kgatleng District Farmers on ICT Usage. In Torimiro, D. O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (eds.) E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. Pp 119-128.
  5. Akinjobi, J. A., Eludire, A. A., N. Tselaesele, S .K. Subair, D .O. Torimiro (2013): ICT Knowledge and their Application: the Panacea for Modern Agricultural Extension Work and Research. In Torimiro, D. O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (eds.) E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. Pp 137-145.
  6. Akinjobi, J. A., Eludire, A. A., N. Tselaesele, S .K. Subair,Torimiro, D. O.(2013): Introducing ICT Curriculum into University Programme for Effective E-Agricultural Extension Work and Research. In Torimiro, D. O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (eds.) E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. Pp 147-154.
  7. Amujoyegbe, B.J.,Torimiro, D. O., M. T.Ige,S.K. Subair, N. Tselaesele, T.V. Balole, and U. Batlang (2013): ICT Support for Popularization of Sunflower Intercropping with Arable Crops: A Case Study of Nigeria and Botswana. In Torimiro, D.O., Eludire, A.A. and Subair, S.K. (eds.) E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa. Proceedings of the International Stakeholders’ Meeting on E-agriculture for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Africa held in the Centre for In-service and Continue Education, Botswana College of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29, September, 2011. Pp 165-173.Adedoyin,
  8. Sonaiya, E.B., I.O. Obisesan, M.A.B. Fakorede, T.A. Okusami, A.S. Bamire and Torimiro, D. O. (2005): A rebirth of the development of commercial large scale agriculture in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 39th Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria, Benin, 9-13 October, 2005, pp 351-353.
  9. Malik, M., Torimiro, D. O. and Adereti, F.O. (2003): Parents’ perception of development indicators for school youth: implications for enhancing decent livelihood in Nigeria. In: Proceeding of 6th National Research Network Meeting and Conference of Children in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. 13th-16th October, 2003. Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Lagos. Pp 97-104.
  10. Torimiro, D. O., Lawal, B.O. and Laogun, E.A. (2001): Motivational needs for youth participation in arable crop farming activities in Ago- Iwoye Community of Ogun State. Proceedings of the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association.6th-10th February,2000. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife:The Nigerian Rural Sociological Association. Pp 71-77.
  11. Torimiro, D. O., Adedoyin S.F. and Alao, J.A. (2001): Forms of communication used for strengthening agricultural technologies dissemination in Ogun State, Nigeria. In:Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. 10- 12 April, 2000. University of Ibadan, Ibadan: Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria Pp. 183-189.
  12. Adedoyin, S.F.; Fapojuwo, O.E. and Torimiro, D. O. (1999): Educational communication materials in agricultural technology promotion: A survey of extension agents in Ijebu Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. In: Proceedings of the 5th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria.12th –14th April 1999. University of Nigeria, Nsukka: Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Pp. 82-88.
  13. Torimiro, D. O. and Adedoyin, S.F. (1999): Implementing Children-In-Agriculture Programme in Nigeria: Implications for improving extension service. In: Proceeding of 2nd National Research Network Meeting and Conference of Children in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. 3rd-7th May, 1999. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.: Communication, Extension and Publication Component, CIAP National Headquarters, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria Pp. 72-79.
  14. Farinde, A.J.; Ajayi, A. O. and Torimiro, D. O. (1999). Farm-children’s involvement in crop production activities and associated hazards in Oke-Ogun Area Oyo State of Nigeria In: Proceeding of 2nd National Research Network Meeting and Conference of Children in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. 3-7 May, 1999. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.: Communication, Extension and Publication Component, CIAP National Headquarters, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. Pp 158-164.
  15. Torimiro, D. O., Laogun, E.A. and Ogbimi, G.E. (1999): Psychoanalytic theory of farm-child development: Considerations for operationalisation of CIAP in Nigeria. In: Proceeding of 2nd National Research Network Meeting and Conference of Children in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. 3-7 May, 1999. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.: Communication, Extension and Publication Component, CIAP National Headquarters, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria pp. 292-297.
  16. Abiodun, A. and Torimiro, D. O. (1999): Mobilization of farm children for production of baskets and brooms in Ogun State. In: Proceeding of 2nd National Research Network Meeting and Conference of Children in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. 3-7 May, 1999. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.: Communication, Extension and Publication Component, CIAP National Headquarters, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria Pp 309-313.
  17. Joda, A.O.; Torimiro, D.O. and Onasanya, A.S. (1999): Roles of crop protection experts in the mobilization of rural children for higher yield in rice production. In: Proceeding of 2nd National Research Network Meeting and Conference of Children in Agriculture Programme in Nigeria. 3-7 May 1999. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.: Communication, Extension and Publication Component, CIAP National Headquarters, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria Pp. 335-340.
  18. Adedoyin, S.F.; Torimiro, D. O. and Farinde, A.J. (1999): Food Security in the 21st century: The Children-In-Agriculture Programme (CIAP) as an extension communication strategy for continuity and sustainability. In: Poverty alleviation and food security in Nigeria. Nig. Association of Agric. Economists. Pp 243- 246.
  19. Torimiro, D. O., and Farinde, A.J. (1998): Agricultural extension strategy for the next millennium: Considerations for children in farm-family. Sub-system in Nigeria. In: Proceedings of the 4th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. 17-19 June 1998. University of Agriculture, Makurdi: Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Pp 20-25.
  20. Farinde, A.J., Jibrin, M.M.; Torimiro, D. O. and Balogun, A.L. (1998): Activities of Youth in agricultural and rural development in Zaria Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Nigeria: Implications for extension. In: Proceedings of the 4th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. 17-19 June 1998. University of Agriculture, Makurdi: Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Pp 33-40.
  21. Adedoyin, S.F.; Lawal, B.O. and Torimiro, D. O. (1998): Communication support facilities available for teaching of agriculture: Ogun State University experience. In: Proceedings of the 4th Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. 17-19 June 1998. University of Agriculture, Makurdi: Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Pp 117-122.
  22. Adedoyin, S.F.; Torimiro, D. O., Joda, A. and Ogunkoya. A.O. (1997): Adoption of Soybean planting processing and utilization in Ago-Iwoye. In: Proceedings of the third annual conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. 4-6 March, 1997. Obafemi Awolowo University Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Pp 142 - 148.
  23. Adedoyin, S.F.; Torimiro, D. O. and Fagbemi, O.O. (1997): Needs perception of nomadic fulbe Herdsmen in Upper Ogun. In: Proceedings of the third annual conference of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. 4-6 March, 1997. Obafemi Awolowo University Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Pp. 124 – 129.
  24. S.F.; Adefuye, B.O. and Torimiro, D. O. (1996): Farm-size dependency on selected socio-economic variables of vegetable farmers in Ago-Iwoye enclave: implication for adoption of dry season vegetable production. In: Proceedings of the Horticultural Society of Nigeria. 1-4 April, 1996 Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye: Horticultural Society of Nigeria. Pp. 300 – 303.
  25. Adedoyin, S.F., Torimiro, D. O. and Ogunbanwo, A.S. (1996): Technologies for leaf vegetable production: a case study of peri-urban farmers in Ojo area of Lagos State. In: Proceedings of the Horticultural Society of Nigeria. 1-4 April, 1996 Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye: Horticultural Society of Nigeria. Pp. 121 – 126.
Published Non-Refereed Works:
  1. Tselaesele, N.M; Mphothwe, G. K.; Abdulazeez, A.; Ramorathudi, M.V. & Torimiro, D. O. (2014): Low Input Sustainable Livestock Production: A Case Study of Communal Grazing System in Botswana. FAO.
  2. Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D. O. (1997): Concept in agricultural extension and rural development, in Adedoyin, S.F. (Ed.) A manual of rural extension services. Ojodu, Lagos: Samfad Farm Foundation (Publication Division), Pp 1 – 12.
  3. Torimiro, D. O. (1996): Women and youth participation in cooperative activities, in: Running a more successful cooperative. Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria: Triumph Books Publishers. Pp. 85 – 91.
  4. Torimiro, D. O. (1995): Extension roles in cooperative credit administration, in: Loan management and recovery. Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria: Triumph Books Publishers. Pp 54 – 64.
  5. Torimiro, D. O. (1995): From ministry to farm: a suggested policy for rural food production in Nigeria, in: Management of rural resources. Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria: Triumph Books Publishers Pp. 158 – 171.
  6. Torimiro, D. O.(1995): The role of youth in pilferage of fruit/tree crops in Nigeria rural communities, in: Pilferage in Farms: A bane of food security in Nigeria. Ojodu-Lagos: Samfad Farm Foundation (Publication Division). Pp 15 – 20.
  7. Adedoyin, S.F. and Torimiro, D. O. (1995): Communication strategies for reducing pilferage on farms, in: Pilferage in Farms: A bane of food security in Nigeria. Ojodu, Lagos: Samfad Farm Foundation (Publication Division) Pp 61 – 67.
Manuscripts Accepted for Publication
  1. Torimiro, D. O., Alabi, D.L., and Olawore, A. S.: Porterage Operation in Rural Markets: A Pivotal Link and Transformation in Agricultural Commodities Transportation System in South-western Nigeria.
Creative works
  1. Construction of E-Platform Centre for Ifesowapo Micro-Veg Farmers’ Cooperative, Ife North Local Government, Osun State, Nigeria (2017): Sponsored by IDRC, Canada.
  2. 2. Construction of ICT Resource Centres for Young Animators in Oye-Egbo High School, Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State and Adie-Owe Community High School, Igbesa, Ogun State, Nigeria (2010): Sponsored by AAU/DFID.
  3. Establishment of Apiaries with 25 hives each for Asawure, Edunabon and Oke-ogbo communities of Osun State, Nigeria for the participants of Youth Empowerment Scheme initiated by me (2004): Self Sponsored.
  4. Sponsorship of participants in Omi-Okun Youth Empowerment Scheme (O-Yes), Ile-Ife to establish a Soap Making Cottage Industry (2003): Self-Sponsored
  5. Sponsorship of participants in Gbogan Youth Empowerment Scheme (G-Yes), Okebola, Gbogan to establish Iru and Fufu Production Cottage Industry (2003): Self Sponsored.
  6. My participation at the German Government’s sponsored 21st International Training Workshop for Rural Youth Leaders held between June and July, 2002, at the Bavarian Farmers’ Union Training Centre, in Herrsching, Germany under the patronship of the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) offered me the opportunity to develop and present an action interventionist’s plan for Nigeria. The action plan led to my initiation of the African Centre for Rural Youth Empowerment (ACRYE) - a holistic development initiative creating opportunities for youth between 18 and 30 years old residing in rural communities of Nigeria, for the purpose of empowering them for a decent livelihood, which was inaugurated on the 11th of November, 2004. I also wrote and published a book – entitled: Ethical Revolution among Nigerian Youth in Schools and Colleges for the purpose of generating fund to sustain the Centre, which was recommended and listed as Civic text bookfor JSS class students in Osun State by the State Ministry of Education. The Centre is currently experimenting its first phase of its Small Business Support Scheme (SBSS), a micro-credit product which I developed for the purpose of mobilizing fund for empowering rural young men and women for a decent livelihood.
Papers and Works in Progress
  1. Ibrahim, S., Torimiro, D. O.. and Adebo, S.: Assessment of Rural Children Involvement in Farm Produce Marketing Activities in Kebbi State, Nigeria
  2. Ayinde, J. O., Torimiro, D. O., Olarewaju, B. E. and Shonuga, A.: Effectiveness of Communication on Youths Involvement in Agriculture Activities: A case study of Ogun-Osun Agricultural Development Programme in Ogun State, Nigeria
  3. Ayinde, J. O., Torimiro, D. O., Yusuf, J. O. and Opadijo, F. A.: Impact of Osun State Youth Empowerment Scheme on Participants’ Socio-Economic Status in Osogbo Environs, Osun State, Nigeria
  4. Torimiro, D. O., Adebo, O.T., Ayodele, T.A., Taiwo. F. A. and Owoeye. M. O.: Fulani Herdsmen and Grazing Activities in South-western Nigeria: Yoruba Farm Youth’s Perceptional Analysis.
Technical reports
  1. A report of scoping study on Prioritizing Challenges to the Development of Mining Communities in Nigeria: The Case of Itagunmodi (Osun State) and Komu-Igbojaye-Babaode (Oyo State) submitted to Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), U.K. March, 2018
  2. Evaluation report of the Sustainable Rural Development Initiatives in the Catholic Diocese of Osogbo under the Rural Development Programme (RUDEP) - Project No 131-039-1015ZG and 131-039-1011ZG commissioned by MISEREOR and JDPMC Submitted to MISEREOR, Germany, April 2016.
  3. A report of project on Sustainable production and utilization of underutilized Nigerian Vegetables to enhance rural food security (NICANVEG). Submitted to IDRC, Canada in 2014.
  4. A report of Project on On-Farm Popularization Of Sunflower Intercropping With Arable Crops Production For Poverty Alleviation Among The Smallholder Farmers In Nigeria And Botswana Submitted to the DFID/Association of African Universities (AAU), Ghana in 2011.
  5. A report of project on Modeling Young Animators on ICTs Usage for Farm Productivity and Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria and Botswana. Submitted to the DFID/Association of African Universities (AAU), Ghana in 2011.
  6. A report of Project on Establishment of On-Station Agro-Forestry Technologies in the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching and Research Farm, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Submitted to the Obafemi Awolowo University Research Committee (URC) in 2007.
  7. A report of the study conducted on ethno-cultural relations and nomadic youth identity transformation among the Fulani settlers in Osun State, Nigeria. Submitted to Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar in 2006.
  8. A report of Survey of Moringa oleifera as feedstuff for West African Dwarf Goat. Submitted to the Obafemi Awolowo University Research Committee (URC) in 2005.
  9. A report of the study conducted on children exploitation in the labour process in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Submitted to Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar in 2004.
Policy briefs
  1. Modeling Young Animators on ICTs Usage for Complementing Extension Roles in Africa. October, 2011.
  2. Popularizing Sunflower for Poverty Alleviation among Smallholder Farmers. November, 2011.
Newsletters/ Fact Sheets
  1. Chair, Editorial Board: VEGNEWS – A Quarterly Newsletter of Ni-Can Veg Project 106511 (Issues Nos 1-5: June 2011 – September, 2013.
  2. Chair, Editorial Board: Cultivation of Ugu/Apiroko/Iroko/Agboroko (Telfairia occidentalis) Fluted Pumpkin. A fact sheet of Ni-Can Veg Project for food security.
  3. Chair, Editorial Board: Cultivation of Odu (Solanum nigrum) African Nightshade. A fact sheet of Ni-Can Veg Project for food security.
  4. Chair, Editorial Board: Cultivation of Ogunmo (Solanum scabrum Mill) Scarlet egg plant. A fact sheet of Ni-Can Veg Project for food security.
  5. Chair, Editorial Board: Cultivation of Tete Atetedaye (Amaranthus viridis) Amaranth. A fact sheet of Ni-Can Veg Project for food security.
  6. Chair, Editorial Board: Cultivation of Igbagba (Solanum macrocapon) African eggplant. A fact sheet of Ni-Can Veg Project for food security.
  7. Chair Editorial Board: Cultivation of Woorowo (Solanecio biafrae or Senecio biafrae). A fact sheet of Ni-Can Veg Project for food security.