Senior Lecturer


Born on 4th November, 1949 in the Palace at Itapa-Ekiti.   I had my Primary Education at Saint Luke’s African Primary School, Itaji Ekiti.   After my Primary Education, I was employed as a messenger in the Pharmacy Department of Ile-Abiye Hospital, Ado Ekiti, where I was sent for an intensive training as Pharmacy Assistant at Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesa. I worked as a Pharmacy Assistant from 1963.   During this period, I studied privately for General Certificate of Education (GCE) through correspondence – RAPID RESULT COLLEGE, TUITION HOUSE, LONDON. I passed the GCE Ordinary Level, and was admitted into University of Ilorin in 1980 to 1984.   I got married to Abigail Folake,( nee Oke), on Nov. 23, 1968. We are blessed with male and female children.   I served the NYSC at Ahoada General Hospital, River State from July 1984 – June 1985.   I did my internship as a Medical Laboratory Scientist at University College, Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, 1985-1986.   I was employed as Medical Laboratory Scientist by the Baptist Medical Centre (now BUTH) in 1986.   I had my Masters Degree from University at Ilorin in 1993. I had my fellow of Medical Laboratory of Nigeria in 1994; Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science of UK in 2017. I had my PhD from LAUTECH, Ogbomoso in 2006.   I resigned my appointment from BMC as a Medical Laboratory Scientist in 2008, and joined the Bowen University as Lecturer I on  Mar 1 2008.  I taught many courses in the Science both undergraduate and postgraduate (MSc) levels. I have been taking several courses in Medical Microbiology & Parasitology in the Faculty of Basic Clinical Sciences of Bowen University. I was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2014. I retired in 2014, but have been considered for contract appointment. I have served in several committees of the University and BUTH.  


  • Ph.D., Medical Laboratory
  • M.S.c Medical Laboratory
  • Medical Laboratory


  • Protein A Extract from a Local Strain of Staphylococcus aureus inhibited in vivo the activities of Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa in rats. Res J. Bio Tech. Vol. 2(4) ; 34-37
  • Prevalence of co-resistance to disinfectants and clinical relevant antibiotics in bacteria isolates from three hospital laboratory wastewaters in Southwestern Nigeria. World J. Microbiol Biotechnol 24:1993-1997
  • Protein A Extract from a Local Strain of Staphylococcus aureus possessed in vitro Broad-spectrum Antibacterial and anti-Candidal properties Res J Bio Tech Vol. 3(4) ; 52-54
  • Protective ability of locally extracted Protein A against Pathogenic organisms. Afr. J. Med Med Sci. 38, 23-28
  • Non-Compliance among Tuberculosis Patients on Self-Administration of Drugs in Ogbomoso Local Government Area of Oyo State. Nigeria. IOSR J. Dental and Med Sci. Vol 9,(1); 40-43.
  • Gram Stain Microbiological pattern of Upper Extremities Suppuration at Baptist Medical Centre, Ogbomoso , Nigeria; A fifteen month review. Afr J. Med Med Sci 40, 159-162
  • Incidence of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in a small poultry in South West, Nigeria. IOSR-JAVS Vol. 5(3); 53-55
  • Multidrug-Resistant Human Mycobacterium Tuberculosis strain resisted inactivation by 10% Formalin. West African Journal of Medicine. WAJM 2013; 32(3): 206-209.
  • Herpes simplex (HSV-1,2) seropositivity : A study carried out among Diabetic and non-diabetic patients in a Community in South West Nigeria. IOSR J of Dental and Med Sci. IOSR-JDMS Vol. 13, (1); 53-55.
  • Emergence of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL) producing Gram negative bacilli from urinary tract infection in a community in South West, Nigeria. IOSR-JDMS Vol. 13, (5); 63-66.
  • Worldwide emergence of colistin resistance in Klebsiella pneumonia from healthy humans and patients in Lao PDR, Thailand, Israel, Nigeria, and France due to inactivation of the Phop/PhoDQ mrg regulator; a molecular and epidemiological study. Intern. J. Antimicrob Agent. xxx (2014). DOI
  • Gestational Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes mellitus. IOSR-J. Dental and Med. Sci Vol. 5(6); 70-74
  • Inhibition of assemblage and inactivation of pilus prevented Escherichia coli infection in rats. IOSR –J Dental & Med Sci. Vol.18 (5): 19-24.
  • Molecular Detection of Mycobacterium ulcerans strains in South-West, Nigeria (a prize winning work presented at the Institute of Biomedical Science Congress 2019, 22-25 Sept. – Birmingham, U.K.)
  • Recent Advances in Biotechnology: NY, USA, Science Publishing group; 312 pages (Note: Page 134 - 190)