Oladimeji Idowu Oladele

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This paper examines the effect of the multilingual farm broadcast on the access to agricultural information in Nigeria. Farm broadcast programmes on radio and television were compiled and the language of presentation examined for each of the programme. The diversity of the languages in Nigeria presupposes that for farmers to have access to agricultural(More)
This paper analyzes ownership and control of productive resources by gender as determined by culture. This is premised on the fact that past researchers have isolated gender and productive resources on one hand and gender and culture on the other. In this paper, the novelty is the exploration of the interplay among culture, gender and productive resources.(More)
This paper examines rice farmers’ access to livelihood capitals (natural, financial, physical, social and human) and the relationship and propensity for entrepreneurship capacities amongst rice farmers in the northern and Ashanti regions of Ghana. A simple random and purposive sampling method was used to select a sample size of 301 rice farmers in the two(More)
A comparison of university lecturers' perception towards consumption of genetically modifi ed foods in Nigeria and Botswana was conducted in 2007. Simple random sampling technique was used to select 100 lecturers out of 685 from fi ve faculties of agriculture in south western Nigeria and 47 from 67 in Botswana College of Agriculture (BCA). Data were(More)
Introduction The food sub-sector of Nigerian agriculture parades a large array of staple crops, due to the variations in the climatic conditions in the country. Among these food crops, rice is most consumed by many households in Nigeria. Thus, rice has become a strategic commodity in the Nigerian economy. Rice is an important source of nutrition and one of(More)
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