Dr. Yetunde O. Ayobolu

Lecturer (Mass Communication), Broadcaster, Voice-Over Artist, Researcher, Development Communication (DevComm), Youth, Adolescent and Gender enthusiast.

  • Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta: D. Agricultural Communication
  • University of Lagos: Sc. Mass Communication, B.Sc.Mass Communication, DipMass Communication
  • FRCN, Lagos: Basic Announcer’s Training
  • Lagos State School of Nursing: RN
  1. Ayobolu, Y. O. (2019). The Role of Communication in Disseminating the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in the Nigerian Agricultural System. Global Media Journal, 17:32.
  2. Ogbonna, S., Okafo, C. A., &Ayobolu, Y.O. & Effiom, P. (2018). Online Newspaper Coverage of Census of Health Issues in Nigeria: An Assessment of the Guardian. Journal of Media, Communication and Languages, 5 (2), 94-103.
  3. Ayobolu, Y. O. (2018). Subject Matter Relevance in Audio-Visual Extension Training in Oyo and Ogun States in Nigeria. UNIUYO Journal of Communication Studies, 2 (1), 66-77.
  4. Ayobolu, Y. O.,& Adebayo, K. (2018). Video Documentary Training in Agricultural Extension in the 21st Century: A Qualitative Assessment of Cassava Farmers in South-West Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Studies, 5 (3), 1-12.
  5. Ogbonna, S., Okafo, C. A., &Ayobolu, Y.O. (2018). Online Newspaper Coverage of Census of Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria. Caleb International Journal of Development Studies, 1 (1), 167-185.
  6. Adebayo, K., Ayobolu, Y. O., & Osuntade, O. B. (2017). Value Chain Component in the Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme. In CBAEN Value Chain Components in SIWES.
  1. May 1-3, 2019- World Press Freedom Day. UNESCO/AU/ETHIOPIAN GOVERNMENT Sponsored. Addis Ababa. Ethiopia.
  2. December 9-11, 2018- Evidence-Informed-Policy-Making (EIPM) Water-Energy-Food- Health Seminar (Africa). EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Sponsored. Pretoria, South Africa.
  3. Academic Staff of the Year (June, 2018). Dept. of Mass Communication, Caleb University, Imota, Ikorodu. Lagos.
  1. Broadcasting
  2. Journalism
  3. Development Communication
  4. Gender
  5. Youth/Adolescent
  1. International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR)
  2. Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN)
  3. Member, African Council for Communication Education (ACCE) Nigeria Chapter
  4. Nigeria Institute of Public Relations (NIPR)
  5. Member, European Centre for Research Training and Development UK
  1. Sept 24-26, 2019- UNESCO Sponsored Media and Information Literacy Feature and Youth Event, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  2. May 1-3, 2019- UNESCO/AU/ETHIOPIAN GOVERNMENT Sponsored World Press Freedom Day. Addis Ababa. Ethiopia.
  3. https://en.unesco.org/news/world-press-freedom-day-2019-academic-conference-safety-journalists-attracts-over-200
  4. December 9-11, 2018- Evidence-Informed-Policy-Making (EIPM) Water-Energy-Food- Health Seminar (Africa). EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Sponsored. Pretoria, South Africa.
  5. October 23-26, 2018 – African Council for Communication Education (ACCE) 20TH National Conference. Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos.
  6. June 29, 2018 – HI-IMPACT Interactive Lecture Series. Wealth Creation: A Practical Experience. Caleb University, Imota, Ikorodu. Lagos.
  7. Feb 8, 2018 – Martin Luther King Jnr Lecture Series. Facilitated by the US Consulate, Caleb University and Humphrey Fellowship Alumni.
  8. Feb 6, 2018 – Association of Communication Scholars and Practitioners (ACSPN). Eminent Persons Strategy Series (AEPSS). Caleb University, Imota, Ikorodu. Lagos.
  9. Dec 12, 2017 – National Universities Commission (NUC) and Enago Academy in collaboration with University of Lagos (UNILAG). Academic Publishing for Junior and Middle Level Academics across the Nigerian Systems (NUS).
  10. Dec 7, 2017 – Google Online Community Training. Caleb University, Imota, Lagos.
  11. July 22, 2015 – AMREC-FUNAAB (Agriculture Media and Research Center-Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta). Stakeholders’ forum on Agriculture: Bridging the Gap between Research and Extension.
  12. March 21, 2014 – Staff Retreat, Caleb University, Imota, Ikorodu. Lagos. Theme: Writing a Winning Academic Proposal.
  1. Ayobolu, Y. O. (2019). Understanding and Achieving the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals via Media and Information Literacy. (Paper delivered Sept 24-26, 2019 at the Media and Information Literacy Feature and Youth Event, Gothenburg, Sweden.)
  2. Ayobolu, Y. O. (2019). Assessing the Presence and Challenges of Women in the Political Desk in the Democratic Era in Nigeria. (Paper delivered May 1-3, 2019 at the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.)
  3. Okunade, J. K., Ogbonna, S., Ayobolu, Y. O., & Olopha, I. A. (2018). Community Communication Based Approaches to Addressing Socio-Economic Dislocation from Cult-Related Issues.
  4. Nwaolikpe, O. N., &Ayobolu, Y.O. (2018). Effectiveness of Itohan on Knowledge, Attitude, and Perceptions of Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants among Adolescents in Lagos, Nigeria.
  5. Alade, M. O., &Ayobolu, Y.O. (2018). Digital Technologies and the Culture of Romance among Young Adults: A Qualitative Inquiry.
  1. Oct 2019-Till Date KOLADAISI UNIVERSITY, Ibadan Lecturer I Mass Communication
    Teaching&Research; Preparation of Course Outline, Course Work, coupled with marking and grading; Course Adviser; Departmental Social Media Platforms Supervision.
  2. Oct 2013-Sept 2019 CALEB UNIVERSITY, Lagos Lecturer II Mass Communication
    Teaching (Undergraduate and Post-graduate)& Research; Project Supervision (Undergraduate and Post-graduate); Preparation of Course Outline, Course Work, coupled with marking and grading; Course Adviser; Departmental Social Media Platforms Supervision.
  3. Administrative & Professional Experience
    August 2009- October 2013 Dek 29 Ltd Administrative Manager
    Administrative and maintenance duties; office support; customer service, general correspondence and media duties
  4. Mar 2009-Jul 2009 ORDERLY SOCIETY TRUST (NGO) Project Media Officer
    Media resource officer for the project ‘Making Local Governance Work’. My duties included research, event coverage, provision of media advice, preparation of press releases and articles.
  5. Dec 2005 – June 2007 LEARN IN NIGERIA LIMITED (Educational Service Provider/Magazine Publisher) Senior Marketing/Administrative Officer
    Administrative and marketing duties; Journalistic assignments; Educational event planning.
  6. 2004 –2006   NTA ENUGU (Nigerian Television Authority, ZONAL NETWORKCENTRE) -Presenter/Producer (NYSC)
    Programme presenter and producer; researcher.
  7. 2002 – 2004 Eko 89.75 FM (Radio)Presenter
    Programme presenter and producer; researcher.
  1. 2017/18 Session– 4 Final Year Under-GraduateStudents, Caleb University, Imota, Ikorodu. Lagos.
  2. 2017/18Session– 1 Post-GraduateStudent, Caleb University, Imota, Ikorodu. Lagos.
  3. 2018/19Session-12 Final Year Under-Graduate Students, Caleb University, Imota, Ikorodu. Lagos.