AYANDIJI Adebamiji

AYANDIJI Adebamiji, PhD

Senior Lecturer

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.


Ayandiji Adebamiji obtained Bachelor of Agriculture (Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology); Master of Science degree in Agricultural Extension and Rural Development and Ph.D degree in Agricultural Extension, University of Ilorin.

 I have 14years experience of teaching and research on development research completed the supervision of 50 B. Agric Honours projects areas of development research as well as agricultural innovation systems. I have produced over 25 journal articles in accredited journal based.

I have experience in collaborative research covering interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary teams through individual research and/or in collaboration with colleagues within or outside the department with the focus to develop and implement mentorship activities for junior staff. I have provided service to the community through membership of different faculty committees, and  professional associations  to demonstrate the intervention by the university to impact on livelihoods of communities.

I am active Member Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria(AESON) and Rural sociological Association of Nigeria (RuSAN) with excellent skills in teaching agricultural extension and rural development courses and conducting research related to rural development and provision of community services in the area of farmers training, development organizations and public sector. I have taught modules in agricultural extension such as communication, diffusion and adoption of innovation, programme planning, and sustainable livelihoods, extension administration and supervision. I have vast knowledge and familiar with research planning, organization and management.




  • Ph.D., Agricultural Extension, University of Ilorin, 2013
  • M.Sc., Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, University of Ibadan, 2003
  • B. Agric., Agricultural Extension and Sociology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 2000


  • Oguntunji, A. O., Ayandiji, A. Kehinde, A. L.(2007) : Awareness on genetic ‘erosion’ of some economic genes in Nigeria local chicken. African Journal of Livestock Extension. Vol 5 Pp 32-36.(L)
  • Ayandiji, A. and Fawole, P. O. (2008) : Utilization of Agricultural Information on Soya bean by Women Processors in Oriire Local Government of Oyo State. Journal of Sustainable Environmental Management. Vol.1.No. 1Pp 15-18(L)
  • Oladipo, F. O.,A. Ayandiji and M. Akande (2008): The roles of youth in Maize Production in Surulere Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and rural Development Vol. 1 No. 1 Pp 47- 52.(L)
  • Awoniyi, O. A., and Ayandiji, A. (2008): Child Farm Labour Participation Intensity: Implication for Educational Performance of Rural Children in Osun State, Nigeria. Annals of Child and Youth Studies Vol 3 No 1. Pp11-23.(L)
  • Ayandiji, Adebamiji and Omotoso Omotola (2009): Economic analysis of consumption of fresh and processed fruit in Bowen University Iwo, Osun State, Nigeria. International NGO Journal Vol. 4(6) Pp 318 -323.(L)
  • Kehinde, A. L., Ayandiji, A.,Awoniyi, O. A. Akiwumi, M. T. (2009) :Effects of farmers Cooperative on Agricultural Production in Ejigbo Local Government Area of Osun State : Implication for Agricultural Policy Nigeria Journal of Rural Sociology. Vol. 9 No. 1 Pp 89- 94(L)
  • Ayandiji, A., Akintola, J. O. Adeniyi, O. R., and Gbadegesin, A. T. (2009):Trend analysis of food crops production in Nigeria (1990 – 2005).Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social Sciences (JOAFSS), Vol.7, No.2.Pp 96- 102.(L) www.ajol.info/journals/joafss
  • Solomon V.A., A Ayandiji and O.K. Salami (2009):Perceptions of Agricultural Officers and Farmers on Agricultural Credits in Oyo State: Implications for Polices on Agricultural Credits Multidisciplinary Journal of Reseach Development, Volume 13,No. 1 Pp 16-21(L)
  • Ayandiji, Adebamiji (2011): Effects of post harvest losses on income generated in citrus spp in ife adp zone of Osun state, Nigeria. African Journal of Food Science and Technology (ISSN: 2141-5455) Vol. 2(3) Pp. 052-058.(F)
  • Adeniyi OR and Ayandiji A. (2011): An Agro-economic appraisal of the response of Okra to leaf defoliation: Growth and Marketable yield. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development Vol.11No.3 Pp 4867- 4879.(F)
  • Ofuoku, A. U., Ayandiji, A.and E. G. Onwawoma(2011): Assessment of the contact farmer approach in disseminating yam integrated pest management technologies in Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria Journal of Applied Agricultural Research Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria, 3: 75 – 81.(L)
  • L. O. Okojie, O. T. Akintoye and A. Ayandiji (2011):Consumption Pattern of Animal based Protein Products in Abeokuta North and South Local Government Areas, Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Rural Research and Information. Vol. 6,No. 2 Pp53-63.(L)
  • Sangoyomi T. E. and Ayandiji A. (2013): Status of Cassava Production, Distribution and Utilization in Osun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Science and Research (IJASR) ISSN 22250-0057 Vol.3(1)Pp1-6 (F)
  • Adekunle O.A and Ayandiji A.(2013): Training Needs of Vocational Forestry Staff in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension.VoL17(1) Pp 1- 9.(L)
  • Ayandiji, A. and Vera-Cruz, O.(2013):Percived Effectiveness of Media Utilization Among Fadama Farmers in OsunState, Nigeria. World Rural Observations 5(1)
  • Ayansina S. O., Adekunle O. A., Oyeyinka R. A. and Ayandiji A. (2013): Assessement of Public and Private Extension Administration in Southwestern Nigeria Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare ISSN 2224-3208 Vol. 3 No 19. (F)
  • Ayandiji, A. and Adeleru G.F.(2013):Perceived Effects of Motivation on the Performance of Workers in some selected Ministries in Oyo State, Nigeria. Afro Asian Journal of Social Sciences Volume 4, No. 4.3 Pp 1-16.(F)
  • Ayandiji A. (2013): Accessibility of youths to Health care in Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social Sciences (JOAFSS), Vol.11, No.2.Pp 92- 97.(L)
  • O. R. Adeniyi and A. Ayandiji (2014): Economic Analysis of Post Harvest Losses in Plantain (and Banana): A case study of South Western Nigeria. British Journal of Applied Science and Technology 4(31),4456-4467 ISSN:2231-0843(F).
  • Ayandiji, A. and Adekunle, O. A.(2014):Comparative Study of Training Needs of Forestry Workers in Oyo and Osun States, Nigeria Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare Vol.4, No. 26, Pp30-37. (F)
  • A. Ayandiji and O. T. Gureje (2014): Awareness of Biotechnology among Farmers in Lagelu Local Government of Oyo State, Nigeria Asian Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences Volume 02 Issue 06 Pp487-493. (F)
  • Ayandiji, A. and Olofinsao O. T.(2015):Socio Economic Factors affecting Adoption of Farm Mechanization by Cassava Farmers in Ondo State, NigeriaJournal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology Vol. 9,Issue 3 ver. 1 Pp 35-45.E-ISSN: 2319-2402, ISSN 2319-2399
  • Nafiu G.O., Ayandiji A.A., Famuyide O.O., Jimoh K.A., Vincent C.C. (2016): Profitability of Cowpea Production in Osun State: Case studies of Iwo, Ayedire, and Ola Oluwa Local Governments American Journal of Business, Economics and Management.Vol.4No.4Pp62-65.(F)
  • Ayandiji, A. and Oke N. (2016): Determinants of factors affecting awareness of modern technologies in fish farming in Lagos State, Nigeria Agricultural Science Research Journal Vol. 6(11): 275-280 ISSN: 2026- 6073. (F)
  • Ayandiji A. (2016):Socio Economic factors affecting Productivity of small Scale Cat –Fish farming in Eruwa Area of Oyo State, Nigeria Bowen Journal of Agriculture Vol.6 No. 1 Pp 110-115 (L)