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JIFORM Salutes Professor Badejo At 63

Professor Badejo

The Journalist’s international Forum for Migration (JIFORM) has felicitated with Professor Bamidele Abiona Badejo as he marks his 63rd birthday.

A statement issued in Benin, Edo State on Sunday by the President of JIFORM, Ajibola Abayomi described the university lecturer as “a jolly good fellow whose life is worthy of emulation.

“In fact, people in power should learn to humble themselves because nothing last forever. Badejo is a noble man that even as commissioner in Lagos state was accessible to both the low, mighty, rich and the poor, today many appointees in government are not so.

“Those thinking they are Iroko trees should purge themselves of personal arrogance and toe the path of humility like Badejo because everyone is a mortal being no matter the status.

“The great infrastructure revolution in Lagos State between 2007 to 2011 under the administration of former Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola remains a reference point to be equal in entire Africa, in relation to this, history will recall his midas touch of as commissioner of Transportation. What a season of that remains ever green in our heart.

“On behalf of JIFORM, we wish you more years in good health and continued service to humanity as we tap from your wealth of experience” Ajibola prayed.

Born on January 19, 1957 , Badejo, B. Sc (Hons), M. URP (Ibadan), Ph. D (London), FNIS, FCILT, FIoTA, MNITP, RTP is a media friendly and mentor to millions of Nigerians.

Currently, he is the Dean of Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State. Not tired of seeking knowledge, he is a barrister in waiting as he looks forward to be called to the Nigerian bar soon.

He was recently inducted as a member of Journalists International Forum for Migration (JIFORM), an international foundation comprising of over 150 seasoned journalists across the continents and other volunteers advocating against irregular migration, all forms of human trafficking and crisis leading to internal displacement of citizens in nations.

Below is the full resume of the don as published as at 2015.

CURRICULUM VITAE

PROFESSOR BAMIDELE ABIONA BADEJO

  1. NAME: BADEJO, Bamidele Abiona (Professor)
  2. PLACE AND DATE OF BIRTH: Ijebu Ode, 19th January 1957
  3. NATIONALITY: Nigerian
  4. STATE OF ORIGIN/LGA: Ogun/Ijebu-Ode
  5. RELIGION: Christianity            
  6. MARITAL STATUS/NEXT OF KIN: Married; Mrs Atinuke O. Badejo (Spouse)

G.      NUMBER OF CHILDREN:      Three (3)

  1. H. PERMANENT ADDRESS: 22, Shobowale Alayo Street,

                                                        off Itoikin Road, Akasoleri Estate,

Ikorodu, Lagos State.

  1. TELEPHONE: 08023149260, 08052952420
  2. E-MAIL: dbadejo2002@yahoo.com
  3. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES)
  4. West African School Certificate Examination (Ordinary Level)              July 1975
  5. General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level)             November 1977
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours Degree) in Geography               July 1982
  1. Masters of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP)                 September 1985
  2. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Regional and Urban Planning Studies                 September 1990
  3. Member, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport of GT Britain (MCILT)                 1987
  • Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Shipping (FNIS)           December, 1994
  • Member, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (MNITP)            April, 1997
  1. Member, The Chartered Institute of Transport (MCIT)                                August 1999
  2. Registered Town Planner, Town Planners Registration Council of Nigeria (TOPREC)             2000
  3. Fellow, The Institute of Transport Administration of Nigeria (FIoTA)    November, 2005
  • Fellow, The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport – International May 2006

 

  1. PRESENT JOB STATUS:                 Dean

Faculty of the Social and Management Sciences

Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago-Iwoye,

Ogun State.

  1. CURRENT POSTAL ADDRESS:         Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Faculty of The Social and Management Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University,

PMB 2002, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria.

 

  1. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES
  2. i) Ijebu-Ode Grammar School, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State:   January 1970 – July 1975
  3. ii) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria:   October 1979 – July 1982

iii) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria:                          October 1983 – Sept 1985

  1. iv) University of London, (London School of

Economics and Political Science) London, UK                 October 1986 – September 1990

  1. HONOURS, AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS
  2. i) Federal Government of Nigeria Postgraduate Scholarship          1983 – Sept. 1985
  3. Best Student Award in Transport Policy and Planning

(Worldwide), Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, (Great Britain)                  1984

  • Best Student Award in Housing Studies, Centre for Urban and

Regional Planning, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.                           1985

  1. European Economic Commission (EEC) Doctoral Research

Fellowship Award                                                 Oct. 1986 – May 1990

  1. Award of Excellence Federal Road Safety Commission Abuja                         1998
  2. Maritime Gold Merit Award by Marine Business International                         2002
  • Recognition Award by GLO-CAF held in Accra, Ghana,                    2006
  • Merit Award Association of Geography and Regional Planning,

Students’ Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye                                     2007

  1. Award of Excellence by CIPSMN,         2007
  2. Honour by the Alumni of the Department of Urban and Regional

Planning, University of Ibadan, Ibadan,                                         12th August, 2007

  1. The Nigerian Chamber of Shipping,                                                 2007
  • Congratulatory Award by The Nigerian Institute of Shipping,             2nd September, 2007
  • Honour by The Alumni Association of School of Basic Studies,

Ogun State College of Education, Ijebu-Ode,                               16th September, 2007

  • Recognition Award as a Guest Lecturer by Nigerian Institution

of Surveyors (NIS),                                                          12th December, 2007

  1. Special Guest of Honour by the Automobile and Allied Product

Sectoral Group of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry,           18th October, 2007

  • Recognition Award as a Special Guest of Honour by the Automobile

and Allied Products Sectoral Group of the Lagos Chamber of

Commerce and Industry (LCCI),                                       23rd October, 2008

  • Recognition Award on the Commissioning of Asiwaju Bola

Ahmed Tinubu International Truck Terminal, Orile-Iganmu,                6th November, 2007

  • Gold Merit Award by Lifetime Achievement in Maritime Education,         19th, 2007
  • Recognition Award by Okada Riders Welfare Association,           November 2007
  1. Merit Award by Evergreen National Maritime,    24th April, 2008
  • Distinguished Merit Award by Senior Staff Association of Nigerian

Universities (SSANU),                                                       23rd October, 2008

  • Service of Excellence Award by Chartered Institute of Logistics

and Transport (CILT), Nigeria.                                                             2008

  • Recognition Award, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE),        2008
  • Award of Excellence by Department of Geography, Faculty

of the Social Sciences, University of Ibadan,                                    10th June, 2009

  • Outstanding Member Award by Nigerian Institute of Town Planners

(NITP), Lagos State Chapter,                                                          24th Sept. 2009

  • Award of Honour by Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR),

Lagos State Chapter,                                                                      2009

  • Silver Award by Lagos Organisation Review (LOR),  2009
  • Platinum Award for Excellence         March, 2010
  • Association of Nigerian Geographers (ANG) Medal of Excellence   November, 2011
  • Most Outstanding Transport Intellectual of the Year Award.           December, 2012
  • Foundation Chairman, Transportation Faculty, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, (NITP)

February, 2013

  • Eminent Citizen Award of the Ijebu Diocese, The African Church.             May, 2013
  • Governing Council Commendation, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.

August, 2013

 

P.     MEMBERSHIP AND REGISTRATION WITH PROFESSIONAL BODIES

  1. Member: Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (MNITP)                         1160
  2. Registered Town Planner: Town Planners Registration Council of Nigeria (RTP)    1021
  3. Fellow: Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT)                     104683
  4. Fellow: Nigeria Institute of Shipping (FNIS)                   015
  5. Member: Association of Nigerian Geographers (MANG)             since 1982
  6. Member: African Research Institute of Transport and

Communication Development (ARITCD)                                             2003

  1. Member: Transportation Research Board of the National Academies

Washington, DC, US                                                       12th December, 2012

 

  1. WORKING EXPERIENCE AND DATES: (Including Full Details of Former and Present Posts)

             WORKING EXPERIENCE

  1. YEARS OF EMPLOYMENTS:
  2. Dean: Faculty of the Social and Management Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University Jan.2013-Date
  3. Chairman: Transportation Faculty, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners. February, 2013 – Date
  4. Research Consultant: Federal Road Safety Corps,         January, 2012 – Date
  5. Professor of Geography and Regional Planning             June 2006 to Date.
  6. Honourable Commissioner: Lagos State Ministry of Transportation       July 2007 – May 2011.
  7. General Manager (Research, Planning and Environment): National

Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) Lokoja, Kogi State.                   May 2005 – May 2006.

  1. Associate Professor: Geography and Planning Department LASU Ojo Lagos,

     Dec. 2004 – May 2006.

  1. Senior Lecturer: Geography and Planning LASU Ojo Lagos,          1998 – Dec. 2004
  2. Senior Lecturer: Geography and Regional Planning. Olabisi

Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye                                           Oct. 1995 – Nov. 1998.

  1. Visiting Lecturer: Thames Polytechnic, Deptford Woolich

London. U.K.                                                          May 1988 – Sept. 1990

  1. Assistant Lecturer – Lecturer 1: Geography and Regional Planning Department.

Ogun State University (now Olabisi Onabanjo University), Ago-Iwoye   Oct.1985 –Sept. 1995.

 

 

 

  1. YEARS OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH:
  2. Research Institute (NISER) Ibadan         1982 – July 1983                01 year
  3. Polytechnic/College of Education (Ijebu Ode) 1983 – Sept. 1985               02 years
  4. Universities (i) Ogun State University 1985 – Nov. 1998                13 years

(ii) Lagos State University             Dec. 1998 to June 2006                07 years

(iii) Olabisi Onabanjo University   June 2006 – date             09 years

Total                                       32 Years

i       Professor: Department of Geography and Regional Planning,

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye                June 2006 – Date

ii      Associate Professor: Department of Geography and Planning          Dec. 2004 – June 2006

iii     Senior Lecturer: Department of Geography and Planning

                        Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos                       Dec. 1998 – Dec.2004

iv     Senior Lecturer: Department of Geography and Regional Planning,

                        Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye                October 1995 – Nov 1998

v      Lecturer I: Department of Geography and Regional Planning

Ogun State University, Ago – Iwoye.            October 1992 – Sept. 1995

vi     Lecturer II: Department of Geography and Regional Planning

Ogun State University, Ago – Iwoye.              Sept. 1990 – Sept 1992

vii   Visiting Lecturer: School of Environment and Biological

Sciences, Thames, Polytechnic, Deptford, London, UK                  November 1988- May 1990

viii   Assistant Lecturer: Department of Geography and Regional Planning

Ogun State University, Ago – Iwoye.            October 1985 – Sept 1990

ix     Lecturer III: School of Basic Studies,

Ogun State College of Education, Ijebu-Ode          August, 1983-Oct, 1985

x      Graduate Research Officer: Physical Planning and Development Department,                            Nigerian Institute of Social and Economics Research (NISER), Ibadan.

Aug 1982 – July 1983

  1. CURRENT/ON-GOING RESEARCHES
  2. Public Transportation Development: Strategy for Urban Traffic Congestion Abatement and Improved Environmental Quality
  3. Land Use Dynamics and Public Transport Demand
  • Advocacy Strategies for Environment and Sustainable Development in an Emerging African City
  1. Transport Policy Development Framework: Implications on Road Safety.
  2. Environmental Impact of Major Developmental Projects in West African Subregion – Transport Options
  3. The Challenges of Development Control in Suburban Community: A Study of Greater Ojo Region
  • Slum Upgrading in Metropolitan Lagos – Problems and Prospects

 

S.     DETAILS OF PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  1. Some undergraduate courses taught:

                        Courses taught (Weekly contact hours) (Number of students)

        GRP 441 Regional Planning Techniques              (2)           (235)

GRP 447 Advanced Studio Design                (4)           (131)

GRP 453 Ethics and Skills for planners         (2)           (121)

GRP 307 Urban Geography                        (2)              (234)

GRP 311 Settlement Geography                    (2)           (234)

FRP 318  Field work and Studio Design 1             (2)           (234)

  • Some M.Sc. Courses Taught within the session.

GRP 863 Urban Economics                   (3)           (07)

MTP 813 Physical Distribution Logistics              (3)           (43)

MTP 810 Intermodal Transport Coordination       (3)           (43)

MTP 821 Maritime Transport                        (3)           (43)

MTP 818 Warehousing Operations & Management (3)        (43)

MTP 826 Road/Overland Transport               (3)   (43)

MTP 801 Transport Policy and Planning               (3)   (43)

MBA 873        Transport and Int’l Business Logistics   (3)   (25)

MTS 829 Transport Tourism                  (3)   (24)

MTS 810 Maritime Transport                        (3)  (24)

MTS 824 Rail Transport                         (3)   (24)

MPA 805 Research Methodology                   (3)   (30)

  1. Some Ph. D. Courses Taught at Ogun State University Ago-Iwoye

MTS 912 Advanced Physical Distribution Management                      (6)   (6)

MTS 917 Advanced Maritime Operations and Management                (6)   (6)

MTS 913 Advanced Research Methods and Applications in Transport        (6)   (6)

 

  1. RESEARCH AND PROJECTS SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE
  2. Undergraduate Projects (Original Essays) Supervised to Date:
  3. At Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye (1985 – 1998)         35
  4. At Lagos State University, Ojo-Lagos (1999-2005)            80
    iii     At Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye (2006 – 2007)         15

iv     At Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye (2011 to Date)         10

 

Total       140

  1. MSC/MTP/MURP/MA/PGD theses supervised to date

M.Sc. at Ogun State University                              (1992-1998)            61

MPA at Ogun State University                               (1996-1998)            07

MBA at Ogun State University                              (1997-1998)            04

P.G.D. at Ogun State University                            (1992-1998)            40

MURP at Lagos State University                   (1999-2005)            18

MTP at Lagos State University                              (1999-2005)            67

P.G.D. at Lagos State University                   (2000 – 2005)`                35

MSc / PGD at Olabisi Onabanjo University          (2006 – 2007)

(2011 – Date)          14

Total               246

  1. D. Students (Assessed)                                 04
  2. D. Students Under Supervision 03
  3. Ph.D. Students Co-Supervised 02

Total               09

 

  1. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
  2. Dean: Faculty of the Social and Management Sciences, Olabisi

Onabanjo University,                                                                        Jan.2013-Date

  1. Member: University Senate, Olabisis Onabajo University. June, 2006 – Date
  2. Member: Board of Trustees, Oba Sikiru Adetona Professorial Chair in Governance

Olabisi Onabanjo University.                                                                            February, 2015-Date

  1. Member: Appointments and Promotions Committee.          January, 2013 – Date
  2. Member: Faculty Advisory Committee.  June, 2006 – Date
  3. Chairman: Board of Studies, Faculty of the Social and Management

Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University.                                               Jan.2013-Date

  1. Chairman: Board of Examiners, Faculty of the Social and Management

Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University.                                               Jan.2013-Date

  1. Member: University Disciplinary and Ethics Committee           January 2013 – Date
  2. Board Member: Post Graduate School Management Board.           January 2013 – Date
  3. Member: Committee of Provosts and Deans, Olabisi Onabanjo University. 2013 – Date
  4. Board Member: Centre for Continuing Education OOU, Ago-Iwoye. January 2013 – Date
  5. Editor – In – Chief: Nigerian Journal of Social and Management

Sciences (NJSMS) (O.O.U. Faculty of Social and Management Sciences)           January 2013 – Date

  1. Editor – In – Chief: Journal of Social and Behavioural Sciences

(O.O.U. Faculty of Social and Management Sciences)                                          January 2013 – Date

  1. Foundation Chairman: Transportation Faculty of Nigerian Institute of

Town Planners Professional Training                                                       November, 2012

  1. Research Consultant: Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC). January – December, 2012
  2. Member Editorial Board: Journal of Transport Studies (O.O.U. Centre

For Transport Studies Journal)                                                              June 2011 – Date

  1. Member: Education Committee Nigerian Institute of Town Planners   June 2010 – Date
  2. External Examiner: Department of Maritime Management Technology,

Federal University of Technology (FUTO), Owerri,                2008 / 2009, 2009/2010 Sessions

  1. Honourable Commissioner: Lagos State Ministry of Transportation,        July 2007 – May 2011
  2. Professor: Geography and Regional Planning, OOU.                                   2006 – Date
  3. General Manager: (Research, Planning and Environment) National Inland

Waterways Authority (NIWA),  Lokoja Kogi State (Sabbatical Leave)              May 2005 – May 2006

  1. Head: Department of Geography and Planning, Lagos State University       , 2000- April 2005
  2. Assistant Director: School of Part- Time Studies Lagos State University         April, 2002– 2004
  3. Senate Representative: Physical Development Committee of the University Aug. 2002 – June 2006
  4. Director: Centre for Planning Studies, Lagos State University       Jan. 2002 – Sept., 2002
  5. Editor in Chief: LASU Journal of Social Science       , 2002 – May 2006
  6. Coordinator: Centre for Planning Studies, Lagos State University, Lagos 1999 – May 2005
  7. Member: Faculty Board of Studies 1985 – Date
  8. Member: Faculty Board of Examiner, Institute of Transport

Administration of Nigeria                                                   Oct. 1995 – May 2005

  1. Proctor Examiner: Embry Riddle University, Florida USA       July, 2002 – June 2007
  2. Member, Board of Trustee: African Disaster Foundation           January 2002 – Date
  3. Head: Department of Geography and Regional Planning

Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye                                                   Feb – Nov. 1998

  1. Departmental Examination Officer: (DEO) GRP Department                             1991/1992
  2. Departmental Business Manager: GRP Department             1991-1996
  3. Faculty Representative: Students Disciplinary Committee                          1991/92,1994-1997
  4. Member: Faculty Research Committee       1992/93-1998 and 2006 – Date
  5. Member: Faculty Committee on Sandwich Programme                1992/93-1998
  6. Member: Faculty Examinations Committee                 1991/92
  7. Member: Faculty Tutorials/Counseling Group             1991-1998
  8. Member: Departmental Postgraduate Committee             1991-1998
  9. Member: Faculty Postgraduate Committee             1991-1998
  10. Member: Postgraduate School Board of Studies                                     1991-1998
  11. Member: Postgraduate School Board of Examiners , – Nov. 1998
  12. Member: Projects Coordinator (Departmental Level)    1992/93 Session
  13. Member: Editorial Board, International Journal of Transport Studies             1995-1998
  14. Coordinator: Postgraduate Programmes in Transport Studies                             1995 to Aug., 1998
  15. Coordinator: Doctoral Research Programme in Transport                        April,1997–Nov.1998
  16. Head: Department of Geography and Regional Planning         , – Nov., 1998
  17. Member: University Senate ,- Nov., 1998
  18. Chief Examiner: Department of Geography and Regional Planning         , – Nov., 1998
  19. Chief Examiner: Centre for Transport Studies         , – Nov., 1998

V.    CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE NATION:

  1. i) Youth Corper: National Youth Service Corp (NYSC)              , 1982 – July 1983
  2. Project Facilitator: Fredrick Ebert Foundation Project on

Grassroots/Popular participation Programme in Nigeria.                                                 1993

  • External Lecturer: Training School, Nigerian Railway Corporation,

Ebute-Metta, Lagos                                                                           1994 -1998

  1. Assistant Coordinator: International Training Course on Urban Transport

Management and Cooperatives Federal Urban mass Transit Agency;         10 – 26 May 1994

  1. Member: Governing Council, Institute of Freight Forwarders of Nigeria

(IFFN), Lagos                                                                               1995 – June 2007

  1. Member: Nigerian Institute of Town Planners          1997 – Date
  • External Moderator: Department of Town and Regional Planning, The Federal

Polytechnic, Ilaro Ogun State                                                                         1996 – 2005

  • Member: National Caretaker Committee Chartered Institute of Transport in Nigeria       , 2001
  1. Member: Editorial Board, Nigerian Institute of Shipping          2000 – 2004
  2. Member: National Organizing Committee on Centenary Anniversary

Nigerian Railway Corporation                                                                 Nov. 1998

  1. Member: Board of Trustees African Disaster Foundation         , 2002- Date
  • Member: Ministerial Advisory Council on Transportation         March, 2005 – Date
  • Member: Education Committee of Nigerian Institute of Town Planners    18th June, 2010
  • Member: Planning Committee; Nigerian Maritime Expo and

Exhibition (NIMAREX 2011)                                                  Aug. 2010 – March 2011

  1. Honourable Commissioner: Ministry of Transportation, Lagos State        July 2007 – May 2011
  • Research Consultant: Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC). January – December, 2012
  • Member: Ministerial Committee (Federal Ministry of Transport)

on The Development Inland Water Transport System in Nigeria                                     January 2012

  • Member: Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Team on Preparation of

the Nigeria Road Safety Strategy (NRSS) 2012 – 2016                              March – August, 2012

  • Session Coordinator / Participant: National Council of Transport

(NCT) Markurdi, Benue State.                                                      23rd November, 2012

  1. Foundation Chairman: Transportation Faculty of Nigerian Institute

of Town Planners Professional Training.                                               8th February, 2013

 

W.   ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS: DETAILS OF PUBLICATIONS

FIELDS:  Regional and Urban Planning Studies, Transport and Transportation Planning and Environmental Resource Management and Impact Analysis

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
  1. Transportation Policy, Development, Implementation and Co-ordination.
  2. Transport Safety, Strategic Auditing and Benchmarking Impact Analysis.
  • Integrated Intermodal Transportation Capacity and Infrastructure Synergies.
  1. Transport Studies, Planning, Operations, Management and Analysis.
  2. Urban and Regional Planning Studies (Advocacy Planning, Development Control and Land Use Development/Management.
  3. Environmental Resource Management and Impact Analysis.

 

  1. Dissertations:
  2. A. Badejo (1985): “Traffic Management and Control in Apapa Port Complex” Thesis submitted for the Degree of MURP. Centre for Urban and Regional Planning University of Ibadan 1985.
  3. A. Badejo (1990): “Private Operations of Public Transport Services: A Case Study of Metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria”. Thesis submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Department of Regional and Urban Planning Studies, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, England, 1990.

 

  1. Books and Monographs:
  2. A. Badejo (1992): Ijebu-Ode in Perspectives. Fairweather Book Publications, Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria, 1992.
  3. A. Badejo, O.O. Oyesiku and O.O. Odugbemi, (1993): Development Project Planning and Implementation in Nigeria: The Local Perspectives. Maokus Publishers, Lagos 1993.
  4. Badejo and Jagun, Adedokun (ed) (1995): Planning, Research and Statistics for Government Officials Aruweje, 1995.
  5. Badejo, Dele et al (1996): Organisation and Management of Freight Transport in Nigeria. DESI GGA Publications. (1996).
  6. Badejo, Dele (ed.) (1998): Maritime Transportation in Nigeria. A Book of Readings. Rex-Charles (1998)
  7. Badejo, Dele and Bawa-Allah, T. O. (ed.) (2002): Public Transportation in Nigeria. (2002)
  8. Badejo, Bamidele (2009): Unbundling the Challenges of Transportation and Development in Nigeria: The Lagos State Example, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. (2009).
  9. Badejo, Bamidele (2011): The Transportation Realities, Challenges and Opportunities of Lagos State: The Leadership Imperatives and Synergies Independence Hall, University of Ibadan. Ibadan. (2011) (Monograph).
  10. Badejo, Bamidele (2011): Transportation: Removing the Clogs to Nigeria’s Development. Anchorage Press and Publishers. Lagos. (2011).
  11. Badejo, Bamidele (2014): Transporting the Future Today: Portrait of Nigeria. 65th Inaugural Lecture, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago – Iwoye, Ogun State.
  12. Badejo, Bamidele (2014): Nigeria and Sustainable Transportation: Issues and Agenda for Development. Anchorage Press and Publishers. Lagos. (2014).

 

 

  • Chapters in Books
  1. A. Badejo and Jegede (1987): “Transport and Communication System” in Ago-Iwoye Region by Faniran, A et al; (eds.). Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Ogun State University, Publication Series No 2 Chapter 11. pp. 66 – 73
  2. A. Badejo and O.O. Odugbemi (1992): “Ijebu-Ode”. In Onakomaiya, S.O. Oyesiku, O.O. and Jegede, J.F. (eds.) Ogun State in Maps. Rex Charles publishers pp. 157 – 159
  3. A. Badejo and I.A. Ademiluyi 1992): “Information Base for Development Project”. In Odugbemi O.O. Oyesiku, O.O. (ed.). Project Planning and Implementation in Nigeria: The Local Perspectives Maokus Publishers, Lagos; Chapter 4. 41 – 58
  4. A. Badejo and Oyesiku O. O. (1992): “Development Project Planning: The Regional Planning Implications”. In Odugbemi, O. O. Oyesiku O. O. (ed.) Development Planning and Implementation in Nigerian: The Local Perspectives. Maokus publishers, Lagos Chapter 10. pp. 145 – 152
  5. A. Badejo (1993): “Nigerian Environment and Citizenship Education”. In Oyeneye, O.Y., Oyesiku, O.O. Edewor, P. A. (eds.): Nigerian Culture and Citizenship Education. Maokus Publishers, Lagos Chapter 16. Pp. 197 – 208.
  6. Badejo Dele (1993): “Organizational Structure for Mass Transit/Public Transport Management and Operations by State and Local Government”. In Oyesiku, Kayode (ed) Organisations and Management of Mass Transit at the Local Government Level in Nigeria. Zenith Publications. Ibadan.
  7. Badejo Dele (1994) “Socio-political Considerations in Data Analysis. Interpretations, and Presentations” in: Badejo, B. and Jagun (eds.) Planning, Research and Statistics for Government Officials, Aruweje Consultants, Lagos. Pp. 20 – 22
  8. Badejo Dele (1994): Forms of Methodological Approach and General Implications for Planning”. In: Badejo B. Jagun (eds.), Planning, Research and Statistics for Government Officials. Areweje Consultants, Lagos. Pp. 5 – 8
  9. Badejo Dele (1996): “Intermodal Coordination/Linkage in Freight Transportation: Strategies and Economics for Nigeria”. In: Waheed Kadiri et al (ed) Organization and Management of Freight Transport in Nigeria. Published by DESI_ GGA, Abeokuta, pp. 95-108.
  10. Badejo Dele (1996): “Factor in Road Accident Causation”. In Human Behaviour and Accidents edited by Omofimihan, S.I. and Published by Environment and Behaviour Association of Nigeria, University of Lagos, Nigeria, Pp. 10-15.
  11. Badejo Dele (1997): “Challenges for Maritime Transport” in: Adeniji, K and Adesanya, A. (eds). Challenges of Transport Planning and Management in Nigeria. Ibadan. Chapter 10.
  12. Badejo Dele (1997): “Inland Water Transport Development in Nigeria,” in: Adeniji K and Adesanya, A. (eds). Challenges of Transport Planning and Management in Nigeria NISER, Ibadan. Chapter 12.
  13. A. Badejo (1998): “Housing in Lagos State” In Balogun, Y. Odumosu, T. and Ojo, K. (eds.) In Lagos State in Maps. Lagos State University (eds.); Rex Charles Publications. Pp. 57 – 58
  14. A. Badejo (1998) “Epe Township”. In Balogun, Y. Odumosu, T. and Ojo, K. (eds.) In Lagos State in Maps. Lagos State University (eds.); Rex Charles Publications. Pp. 174 – 176
  15. A. Badejo (1998): “Urban Settlement and Development in Lagos”. In Balogun, Y. Odumosu, T. and Ojo, K. (eds.) In Lagos State in Maps. Lagos State University (eds.). Rex Charles Publications. Pp. 48 – 50
  16. Badejo Dele (1998). “Maritime Transportation in Nigerian Economy”. In Badejo, Dele (ed) Maritime Transportation in Nigeria. Rex Charles Publications. Pp. 2 – 14
  17. Badejo Dele (1998): “Shipping and Port Planning”: The Salient Issues. In: Badejo, Dele (ed) Maritime Transportation in Nigeria. Rex Charles Publications. Pp. 210 – 217
  18. Badejo Dele and O.O. Odugbemi (1998): “Freight Management and Cargo Handling in the Nigerian Maritime Sector.” In: Badejo, Dele (ed.) Maritime Transportation in Nigeria. Rex Charles Publications. Pp. 48 – 51
  19. Badejo Dele (1998): “Mitigating the Road Traffic Accident Rate in Commercial Transport System in Nigeria”. In: Road Safety and Accident Reduction in Nigeria Edited by Osagie, E. Published by National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Kuru. Pp. 81-102.
  20. Badejo Dele (1998): “Educational and Training Needs for the Nigerian Transport Industry: the Role of Tertiary and Professional Bodies”. In: Transport: A Development Catalyst. Edited by Eniola, J Published by Trenec, Lagos. Pp. 193 – 199
  21. Badejo Dele (2000): “Potentialities of Public Transportation System with Special Emphasis on Developing Economy”. In Badejo, Dele and Bawa-Allah, T.O. (1997) (eds.). Public Transportation in Nigeria. Gbenga Gbesan and Associates. Pp. 1 – 14
  22. Badejo Dele (2000): “Strategy Towards Improving Public Transport Operations: A Review of the Concept of Eternal Triangle”. In: Badejo, Dele and Bawa-Allah, T. O. (2000) (eds.) Public Transportation in Nigeria Gbenga Gbesan and Associates. Pp. 46 – 56
  23. Badejo Dele (2000): “The Private Sector and Urban Transportation in Lagos State.”. In: Badejo, Dele and Bawa-Allah, T. O. (1997) (eds.) Public Transportation in Nigeria Gbenga Gbesan and Associates. Pp.– 173 – 184.
  24. Badejo Dele (2000) “The Role and Implications of Government Policies in Charting the Course of the Maritime Industry”. In Fighting Corruption and Sharp Practices in the Ports’ System. NPA. Pp 57 – 66
  25. Badejo Dele (2003) “Modalities for Preparing Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report”. In New Horizon in Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Auditing. Beachland Resources. Chapter 6.
  26. Badejo Dele (2003) “Maritime Research and Learning Centre; Tools for Capacity Building” In Nigerian Maritime Resources Development: Issues and Challenges. Edited by Asoluka Chris. Published by National Maritime Authority. Lagos. Vol. I Pp 272 – 288.
  27. Badejo Dele (2003) “Human Resources and Manpower Development for the Nigerian Maritime industry” In Nigerian Maritime Resources Development: Issues and Challenges. Edited by Asoluka Chris. Published by National Maritime Authority. Lagos. Vol. II Pp 233 – 297.
  28. Badejo Dele (2004): “Transport Crimes and Violence in Nigeria: An Overview”. In Adedokun O. and Atere, A. (eds), Crime Management in Nigeria. Emmi Press International, Ibadan, Nigeria.  Pp 135 – 144
  29. Badejo Dele (2004): “Port Management” In Sarumi, A. B. (ed.) Shipping and Nigerian Development: A Synopsis. Published by Spectrum, Ibadan. Pp 88 – 99.
  30. Badejo Dele (2004): “Nigerian Ports Authority: A Review of Contemporary Expectations”. In Sarumi A. B. (ed) Shipping and Nigerian Development: A Synopsis. Published by Spectrum, Ibadan.  100 – 107.
  31. Badejo Dele (2004): “Road Traffic Accidents in Yoruba States of Nigeria: Historical and Spatio-Temporal Perspectives”. In Toyin Falola (ed.) Perspectives on Yoruba History and Culture. University of Texas at Austin. Texas USA.
  32. Badejo Dele (2004): “The Nigerian Railways and Socio-Economic Development of Yorubaland: A Historical Perspective”. In Toyin Falola (ed.) Perspectives on Yoruba History and Culture. University of Texas at Austin. Texas USA.
  33. Badejo Dele (2004). “Environmental Deterioration and Degradation of the Niger-Delta Region (Nigeria): Challenges for Sustainable Global Ethics”. Global Ethics: Crossing Borders, Joining Hands.  Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA.
  34. Badejo Dele. (2004) “Environmental Challenges and Implications for Physical Development of Lagos Metropolis: The Flooding Example”.  In African Perspectives on Globalization and Sustainable Development.  Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos.
  35. Badejo, Bamidele and Salau Taofik (2010): “Transportation and The Environment” in Ogunleye Moses (Ed). State of the Environment Report – Lagos. Beachland Resources Limited. Lagos.
  36. Badejo Dele. (2014) “Leading the Recovery in Africa’s Shipping Trades” In Essays in Admiralty: An Introduction to Legal Issues in Shipping from a West African Perspective. By Chiazor Anishere. Published by Petrospot Limited, UK. Pp 191 – 196
  37. Badejo, Bamidele and Salako, Olajide(2014): “Intermodal and Integrated System of Transportation: Panacea for African Economic Integration and Development”. In Nigeria and Sustainable Transportation: Issues and Agenda for Development. Anchorage Press and Publisher. Lagos.
  38. Badejo, Bamidele and Salako, Olajide(2014): “Port Privitisation and African Ports”. In Nigeria and Sustainable Transportation: Issues and Agenda for Development. Anchorage Press and Publisher. Lagos.

 

  1. Journal Articles
  2. A. Badejo and O.O. Odugbemi (1989): “The Role of Physical planning in Improving the Quality of Rural Life in Nigeria”. GEOSCOPE 10 (1):  9 – 21.
  3. Badejo Dele (1996): “Rural Development and Environmental Consideration in Nigeria: The Use of Environmental Impact Assessment Strategy.” Nigerian Journal of Social Science Review (NJSSR) 1: 9-22.
  4. Badejo Dele (1996): “Management and Maintenance of Roads in Pre-industrial Britain: A Review of the Turpike Strategy for Nigeria’s B.O.T Scheme.” OYE: Journal of the Faculty of Arts, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye.
  5. Badejo Dele (1996): “Transport and Urban Development in Nigeria: An Enlightenment /Educational; Approach”. OSU Journal of Educational Studies (OSUJES), Faculty of Education, Ogun State University Ago-Iwoye Pp. 142 – 150.
  6. Badejo, Dele (1999): “Resuscitating the Nigerian Rail System: Strategies and Options” Journals of Transport Development Initiatives (JTDI) 1 (1): 25 – 39.
  7. Badejo, Dele (1999) “Freight Forwarding in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects”. Journal of Transport Development Initiatives (JTDI) 1 (1): 71-79.
  8. Badejo Dele (1999) “The Philosophy of Mass Transportation System implications for National Development.” Journal of Philosophy and Development (JPD) 5 (1): 121 –131.
  9. Badejo, Dele (2000) “Port Reforms in Nigeria: An Overview” Journal of Contemporary Maritime Studies (JCMS) 1 (1): 1 – 12.
  10. Badejo, Dele and Akpoghomeh O.S. (2000) “Information Management and the Nigerian Ports” Journal of Contemporary Maritime Studies (JCMS) 1 (1): 33 – 43.
  11. Badejo, Dele (2002) “The Blind Leading the Blind: The Dilemma of Transport Management and Development in Nigeria” 2 (1): 3 – 11.
  12. Badejo, Dele (2002) “The Dilemma of Emerging Urban Public Transportation in Nigeria: The Case of Motorcycle Mode in Lagos Metropolis”. LASU Social Sciences Journal. Vol. IV 2002.
  13. Badejo Dele and Akpoghomeh Osi (2002) “The Socio-Economic Implications of Transport Infrastructure Deficiency in the Core Niger Delta”. LASU Social Sciences Journal. Vol. IV 2002.
  14. Badejo, Dele and Akpoghomeh Osi (2003) “Recent Trends in Inter Seaport Competition in Nigeria” Global Journal of Social Sciences. 2 (1): 55 – 63.
  15. Badejo Dele and Okude A. S, (2003) “Role of Civil Society in Resource Management: The Example of Land Resources Utilisation in Nigeria”. Confluence: Journal of Interdisciplinary Discourse. Kogi State University. Ayingba, Kogi State.
  16. Badejo, Dele and Akpoghomeh Osi (2003) “Motor Vehicle Insurance and Socio-economic Development in Nigeria: An Overview”. In LASU Social Sciences Journal Vol. 5 2003.
  17. Badejo, Dele, (2003) “Transportation Planning and Management in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects”. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Nigerian Economy. 2003
  18. Badejo, Dele and Akpoghomeh Osi (2006) “Petroleum Product Scarcity: A Review of the Supply and Distribution of Petroleum Products in Nigeria”. In OPEC Energy Review, 2006 30 (1): 27 – 40
  19. Badejo, Dele, (2008) “Multi-Modal Transportation: The Future of Sustainable Transport and Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Chamber of Shipping (NCS) Maritime Digest, 2 (3): 10 – 13
  20. Badejo, B., et al (2012) “PBDE Inventory In The Transport Sector of Nigeria – A Step for Stockholm Convention Implementation”. Journal of Stockholm Convention on POPs
  21. Badejo, B.A. (2014) “Improving Urban Mobility and Road Safety in Nigeria: The Lagos State Intervention Examples.” Journal of Logistics and Transport. 6 (1): 1 – 16.
  22. Badejo, B.A. and Adelowokan O. A. (2014) “Transforming Inland Waterways Transportation for Sustainable Development in Nigeria: The Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) Option” Journal of Logistics and Transport. 6 (1): 92 – 107.

 

  1. Journal Articles / Papers Accepted For Publication
  2. Badejo, Bamidele., et al “The Dynamics of Climate Change and Global Warming: Imperatives for Food Security in Nigeria.” Tanzania Geographic Journal (formal Journal of the Geographical Association of Tanzania).University of Dar Es Salaam. Tanzania.
  3. Badejo, Bamidele., et al “Planning without Facts and Information: The Bane of Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria.” Tanzania Journal of Population Studies and Development. University of Dar Es Salaam. Tanzania.
  4. Badejo, Bamidele., et al “Risk Reduction and Rehabilitation of Incidence of Market Fires in Lagos State” The Journal of Urban and Regional Planning Review. University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos State.
  5. Badejo, Bamidele, “Financing Transport Infrastructure for National Development in Nigeria”. Ogun Journal of Banking and Finance. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State.
  6. Badejo, Bamidele, “Dilemma of Indigenous Shipping Industry in Nigeria: A Reflection”. OOU Journal of Engineering and Environmental Studies. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State.
  7. Badejo, Dele. “Curbing the Menace of Road Transport Accident (RTA) in Nigeria: A Multilateral Approach”. The Polymath.

 

  1. Technical Reports:
  2. A. Badejo O.O. Odugbemi and O.O. Oyesiku (1992): “Planning Financing and Implementing Development Prospects at the Local Level in Ogun State”. A Report and Policy Recommendations Prepared and submitted to the Bureau of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs; Office of the Executive Governor of Ogun State. Abeokuta. 31 pages. 1992.
  3. A. Badejo (1992): “Focus on Ijebu-East Local Government, Ogun State” Commissioned Technical Report Prepared and submitted to the Executive Chairman, Ijebu-East Local Government, Ogbere, Ogun State, 1992.
  4. A. Badejo and A. Jagun (1993): “Report and Recommendations on the Workshop on Grassroots/Popular Participation at the Local Government Level” Prepared and submitted to Fredrick Ebert Foundation, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos 1993.
  5. A. Badejo and A. Jagun (1993): “Report and Recommendations on the Workshop on Hazards and Implications of Bush Burning” Prepared and submitted to Fredrick Ebert Foundation, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos 1993.
  6. Badejo, Dele (1996) “Technical Report on Road Maintenance Initiative in Nigeria: The Road Users Perspectives” Prepared for National Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), Lagos.
  7. Badejo, Dele (1997) “Technical Report on The Transport Sector in Lagos State” Prepared for Arbitrage Consulting, Lagos.
  8. Badejo, Dele (1999) “Report and Recommendations on Warehouse Operations and Management” Prepared for Fairweather Consultants, Lagos.
  9. Badejo Dele (2002) “Report on Human Resources and Manpower Development for the Nigerian Maritime Industry” Prepared for National Maritime Authority, Lagos.
  10. Badejo Dele (2002) “Report on Master plan for the Establishment of Maritime Research and Learning Centre” Prepared for National Maritime Authority, Lagos.
  11. Badejo Dele (2011) “Transportation in Lagos State Transport Sector: Four Years of Fashola’s Administration” (2007 – 2011).
  12. Badejo Dele (2011) “Ministerial Press Briefing of Lagos State Government, Ministry of Transportation”. 18th May, 2011.

 

  • Published And Unpublished Learned Conferences/Workshops Papers
  1. A. Badejo (1986b): “Traffic Management and Control in Nigerian Seaport: An Overview”. A paper presented at the 1986 Conference/Seminar of the Chartered Institute of Transport (Nigeria Section) Lagos. 12/4/86.
  2. A. Badejo (1986b): “Towards Coastal Planning and Management Policy in Nigeria.” In: Hyde, R.J. (ed) Organising Nigeria’s Space Economy for Development. 27th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Geographical Association, held at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. 27th April 1986.
  3. A. Badejo (1986b): “Local Government Administration in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects”. A paper presented at the National Workshop on Local Government Administration since Independence. Faculty of Social and Management Science University of Ilorin, May 1986.
  4. O. Odugbemi and B. A. Badejo (1986): “The Role of Physical Planning in Improving the quality of Rural life in Nigeria”. Faculty of Social Science Annual Conference. University of Ife-Ile, Ife. May 1986.
  5. A. Badejo (1986b): “Development Plan Indiscipline in Nigeria. A Reflection of National Development Strategies”. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of The Faculty of Social Science on Reflection on National Development Strategies, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, June 1986.
  6. A. Badejo (1987a) “Data as Tools for Rural Development and Transformation in Nigeria”. in: Okpara, E. E. et al (eds.). Resources Mobilization for Rural Development 30th Annual Conference of Nigeria Geographical Association, Imo State University, Okigwe, March 1987.
  7. A. Badejo (1987 b): “Agricultural Mechanization in Nigeria: A need for a Countries Approach in Adopting New Technology”. in: Okpara E.E.W. et al, (eds.). Resources Mobilization for Rural Development 30th Annual Conference Nigeria Geographical Association, Imo State University, Okigwe, March 1987.
  8. A. Badejo (1990): “Public Transport and the Urban Environment: Implication for Urban Air Pollution Abatement”. In: Urban Metropolis ’90 Conference on Metropolitan Cities, 545 Royal Parade, Parkville, Melbourne, Australia October. 1990.
  9. A. Badejo and I. A. Ademiluyi (1992): “Information Gathering, Storage and Retrieval for Development Projects at the Local Government level”. A Paper presented at the 3-day Workshop on Planning Financial and Implementation of Development Projects at the Local Government Level; Organized by Geography and Regional Planning Department, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye. 14th August, 1992.
  10. A. Badejo (1994): “An overview of Transportation Problems in Nigeria”. GEOREPSA: Journal of geography and Regional Planning Students, Ogun State Ago-Iwoye, Pp. 35-47. 1992 edition.
  11. Badejo Dele (1994): “Environmental Consideration in Rural Development in Nigeria”. A Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Nigeria Rural Sociological Association (NRSA), Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye. 13 -16th March, 1994.
  12. Badejo Dele (1994): “Freight Transportation in Nigeria: Problem and Prospects”. A Paper presented at the Nigeria International, Freight and Logistic Conference Jointly organized by Chapbkap venture in collaborations with Federal Ministry of Transport and Aviation, Lagos
  13. Badejo, Dele (1994): “Fuel Subsidy and the Nigerian Transport sector: The Challenges”. A Paper presentation at the Conference on Traffic Congestion and Road Pricing in Nigeria Organized by PMF Consultants, Lagos 29-30th June, 1994 at the University of Lagos. Conference Centre.
  14. Badejo Dele (1994) “Intermodal Coordination in Freight Transportation Strategy and Economic for Nigeria”. A Paper presented at the National Workshop on Organizing and Management of Freight Transport in Nigeria held between 16-19th November, 1994 at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta.
  15. Badejo Dele (1995) “Maritime Transport in Nigeria: Challenges in a Depressed Economy”. A Paper presented at the National Training Workshop on Challenges of Transport Planning and Management in a Depressed Economy, Nigeria Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan 4-6th July, 1996.
  16. Badejo Dele (1995): “Maritime Transport in Nigeria: The Challenges”. A Paper Presented at the National Training Workshop in Challenges of Transport Planning in a Depressed Economy. NISER, Ibadan.
  17. Badejo Dele (1995): “Information Management in the Nigeria Maritime Industry”. Being a Paper Presented at the Workshop on Statistics and Information Management organized by NPA, Western Zone, Apapa, Lagos. 12th December, 1995.
  18. Badejo Dele (1995): Badejo Dele (1995): “Maritime Transportation and the Nigeria Economy: Challenges and Remedies”. Being a Paper presented at the Annual Week of the geographical Association. TASCE, Ijebu-Ode.
  19. Badejo Dele (1997): “Managing Nigeria’s Urban Environment: A Town Planning Perspective.” In: Falola, J. et al., (1997). Being a paper presented at the 40th Annual Conference of the NGA held at Bayero University, Kano, May 1997.
  20. Badejo Dele (1997) “The Development of Urban Mass Transportation System in Nigeria: A Strategy Towards Abating Urban Pollution.” In: Falola, J. et al., (1997). Being a paper presented at the 40th Annual Conference of the NGA held at Bayero University, Kano, May 1997.
  21. Badejo Dele (1997): “Education and Training Needs for the Nigeria Transport Industry: The Roles of Tertiary Institutions and Professional Bodies”. Being a paper presented at The Annual Conference of the Institute of Transport Administration in Nigeria (IoTA) held at Sheraton Hotel, Lagos.
  22. Badejo Dele (1997): “The Role of Transportation in Urban Development”. Being a paper presented at the Book Launch organized by CIT., Warri Branch; Delta State 27th August 1998.
  23. Badejo Dele (1997): “Port Services within the Context of City and National Economy. Being a paper presented at a National Workshop on Port Terminal Operations, Organized by Traffic and Terminal Management Group, Apapa, Lagos, 24th March, 1997.
  24. Badejo Dele (1996): “Strategy Towards Improved Transport Management and Control in Nigeria”. A paper presented at the National Seminar on the Effectiveness Innovations and Management in the transport and Distribution Industry. Organized by Institute, gateway, Ota. 30th October – 11th November 1996.
  25. Badejo Dele (1997): “Basics of Maritime Transport Operations”. A paper presented at a Seminar Organized for Port operators by Olubunmi Consultants.
  26. Badejo Dele (1997): “Basic Transport Operations”. A Paper presented at a Seminar Organized for Port Operators by Olubunmi Consultants. Held at Durbar Hotel, Festac 8th September, 1997.
  27. Badejo Dele (1997): Crisis on Overland Freight Transportation in Nigeria 1997.
  28. Badejo Dele (1997): “Socio-economic and Political Development of Ijebu-land: The Role of Traditional Age Groups”. Being a paper presented as a Guest Lecturer at the investiture of “Egbe Bonagunte” Akile Ijebu. 29th September, 1997.
  29. Badejo Dele (1997); “Load Centre for West African Sub-region: Prospects and Challenges for Nigeria”. Being a paper presented at the Seminar Organised by NCSA held at Muson Center Lagos. September 1997.
  30. Badejo Dele (1998): “Preventive Maintenance Techniques and Road worthiness Test”. A paper presented at the National Workshop for Vehicles Fleet Maintenance and Road Safety Measures.: Organized by CIT. Held at University of Lagos Guest House 6 – 8th May, 1998.
  31. Badejo Dele (1998): “Global Warning: Causes, Effects and Solution”. A paper presented as a Guest Speaker on Environmental Related Issues; Organized by Lagos Island Government Corpers’ Association held at City Hall, Lagos 5th May 1998.
  32. Badejo Dele (1998): “Improving Industrial Relations in the Federal Road Safety Commission”. A paper presented at the Federal Road Safety Commission 1998 Corps Marshals Conference. Held at Kano 4-5th August, 1998.
  33. Badejo Dele (1998): “The Challenges of Maritime Transportation in Nigeria”. Being a paper presented at the National Seminar on Future of Shipping Organised by Shipping and Freight Trade Group of the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Lagos, September, 1998.
  34. Badejo Dele (1998): “Shipping in Nigeria”. A paper presented at a Seminar organized by the Shipping Students at Conference Centre, University of Lagos, Akoka, November 8th, 1998.
  35. Badejo Dele (1998): “The Nigeria Railway System: Economic Assumption, Policy Framework and Primary Determination of viability and Sustainability in the 21st Century”. Centenary Anniversary of NRC. November, 1998.
  36. Badejo Dele (1999): “The Future of Shipping in Nigeria”. A paper presented at the Maritime Summit Organized by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja. February, 1999
  37. Badejo Dele (1999): “Promoting Local and International Business Ethics and Integrity among the Forwarding Practitioners in Nigeria”. Being a paper presented at the Seminar Organized by Franolty Inc. Lagos. April 13th
  38. Badejo Dele (1999): “Environmental Education and Enlightenment: Strategy Towards Sustainable Environmental in Nigeria”. Being a paper presented at the 42th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Geographical Association (NGA) held at Ogun State University Ago-Iwoye, May 1999.
  39. Badejo Dele (1999): “Achieving A Sustainable Environment in the Next Millennium”. Being a paper presented as a Guest Speaker at a One-day Symposium Organised by Ultimate Planners Club. Federal Polytechnic. Ilaro on 6th July, 1999.
  40. Badejo Dele (1999): “Resolving the Conflicts Arising from the use of Motorcycles within the Emerging Urban Transportation System”. A paper presented at the NITP Lagos Chapter General Meeting, 19th October, 1999.
  41. Badejo Dele (2000) “Safety on the Road”. Being a paper presented during the 1999/2000 Students Orientation Week, Lagos State University (LASU), Lagos 9th February 2000
  42. Badejo Dele (2000) “Safety Control and Management Techniques in the Transportation Sector”. Being a paper presented as a seminar Organized by Road Culture Consultants. Lagos 23rd – 25th February
  43. Badejo Dele (2000) “Ensuring Optimal Results in the Operations and Management of Transport organisation: A Policy Formulation and Implementation, Approach Strategy”. Being a paper presented at the 3-days National Workshop on Local Framework for Effective Transport Operation in the 21st organized by the Nigerian Law Reform Commission and held at Gateway Hotel 28-30th June, 2000.
  44. Badejo Dele (2000) “Transport Management in the 21st Century: Challenges and Prospects”. An induction Lecture Organised by the Chartered Institute of Transport Of Nigeria (CITN) Lagos. On the 23rd September, 2000
  45. Badejo Dele (2000) “Challenges of Traffic management in the 21st Century”. Being a paper presented at the Traffic officers Induction Course Organized by Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) Governor’s Office. Alausa Ikeja. 5th 2000.
  46. Badejo Dele (2000) “Information Technology as Strategic Tools for Managing Transport Operation”. being a Paper presented at the National Workshop on Quality Vehicle Fleet Maintenance, Safety Measures and Finance. Chartered Institute of Transport of Nigeria (CITN) Lagos 10-12th October, 2000.
  47. Badejo Dele (2000): “The Role of Planning and Research in Traffic Management”. Being a paper presented as the Traffic Officers Induction Course Organised by Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) Governor’s Office, Alausa Ikeja 18th October, 2000.
  48. Dele Badejo (2000) “The Role and implications of government policies in Charting the course of the Maritime Industry” being a paper presented at the National Seminar on Eradication of Corruption and Sharp Practices in our Seaports Stakeholders Summit” organized by  Nigerian ports Authority (NPA), held in Lagos between 24 – 26th October, 2000.
  49. Badejo Dele (2000): “Financing the Nigerian Maritime Industry for Economic Revitalization and Prosperity”. Being a paper presented at the Quality Maritime Services Foundation Seminar Organized by the Maritime Quality Services Foundations. held at Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos on the 30th November 2000.
  50. Dele Badejo (2000) “Ensuring Optimal Results in the Operations and Management of Transport Organization. A policy formulation and Implementation Approach/Strategy”. Being a paper presented at the 3-days National Workshop on Legal Framework for Effective Transport Operations in the 21st Organized by the Nigerian Law Reforms Commission and held at Gateway Hotel, Ota between 28 – 30th June 2000.
  51. Badejo, Dele (2001) “Training Manpower and Career Development: A Case for the Nigerian Maritime Industry”. being a paper presented at the Seminar on Maritime Capacity Building and Resources Development?: the Role of National Maritime Authority. Organized by Peterson Consulting, Lagos in collaborations with national Maritime Authority (NMA) Lagos held at Eko Hotel Lagos. Between 2nd-4th April 2001.
  52. Badejo Dele (2001) “Eradication of Corruption and Sharp Practices in the Nigerian Port System”. Being a paper presented at a Seminar on Eradication of Corruption and Sharp Practice for Port Personnel and Officers. Organized by Madec Associations Lagos held at NPA Training School Apapa Lagos. Between 9-11th April 2001.
  53. Dele Badejo (2001): “Climatic Factors Affecting Commercial Motorcycles Riding on Motorways: The Lagos State Example”. A paper presented as a Guest Speaker at a 4-day Seminar on Safety Consciousness, Traffic Rules and Regulations for Commercial Motorcycles Operators in Lagos State and organized by Accessible Nigeria Limited, Apapa Lagos; on 6th October, 2001.
  54. Dele Badejo (2001) “Privatization of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA): The Way Forward”. Being A paper presented at the Conference of Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporations and Government  Owned Companies NPA (Tin can Island Port Zone) Apapa. Held at Gateway Hotel, Sango-Ota on the 16th August 2001.
  55. Dele Badejo (2001) “Strategic Issues and Challenges in Port Development, Management and Privatization”. Being a paper presented at a Workshop on Regional Port Development Initiatives Organized by Strategic Management Consulting Limited Ikeja Lagos and held at TCC Ogere Ogun State. Between 25 – 27th September, 2001.
  56. Dele Badejo (2001) “Strategies for Achieving Efficient Cargo Handling Operation in Nigeria Ports”. Being a paper presented at a Workshop on Regional Development Initiatives Operated by Strategic Int’l Management Consulting Limited, Ikeja and held at TCC Ogere Ogun State between 25th –27th
  57. Dele Badejo (2001) “Improving Technology and Delivery Systems in Nigerian Ports. The Role of Technology and Information Dynamics in Port Activities”. Being a paper presented as a Workshop on Regional Port Development Initiatives Organised by Strategic Management   Consulting Limited Ikeja and held at TCC Ogere Ogun State between 25-27th September , 2001.
  58. Dele Badejo (2001) “Environmental and Natural Disasters: Causes, Prevention and Control”. Being a Limited Lagos. Held at a workshop on Disaster preparedness and Management Organized by Thomas Inne Limited Lagos.
  59. Dele Badejo (2001) “Strategic Issues in Fleet Management” Being a paper presented at a fleet management Seminar organized by Toyota Nigeria Limited in Conjunction with Mobil Oil Plc. held at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Lagos on Tuesday 20th November, 2001.
  60. Dele Badejo (2001) “Investment 0pportunities in Regional Ports Development”. Being a paper presented as a Workshop on Regional Ports Development Initiatives. organised by Thomas-line Limited Lagos Held at Apapa Training and Conference Centre Port Harcourt River State between 19th-22 November.
  61. Dele Badejo (2001) “Regional Ports Development and Economics Growth”. being a paper presented at a Workshop on Regional Port Development Initiatives. Organised by Thomas Line Limited Lagos at NPA Training School Port Harcourt, Rivers State, between the 19th – 22nd November 2001.
  62. Dele Badejo (2001) “Port Infrastructure Supports for Regional Ports Development”. Being a paper presented at a Workshop on Regional Ports Development Initiatives Organised by Thomas –Line Limited Held at NPA Training School, Port Harcourt, Rives State between 19-22nd November 2001.
  63. Dele Badejo (2001) “Repositioning Nigerian Railways for National Economic Development: Challenges, Strategies and Options”. Being a paper presented at a Seminar on Repositioning the Nigerian Railways organized by Transport Reporters Association of Nigerian and held at Sheraton Hotel and Towers Lagos on 24th January, 2002.
  64. Dele Badejo (2002) “Worldwide Trends in Port Development and Management”. Being a paper presented at the Ministerial Policy Retreat for the Federal Ministry of Transport Organised by Olisa Agbakoba and Associates, Lagos held at Nike Lake Resort Hotel Enugu, between 4-6th April, 2002.
  65. Dele Badejo (2002) “Financing Maritime Services in a Depressed Economy Like Nigeria”. Being a paper presented at a Workshop on Survival Strategies in the Nigerian Maritime Sector Organised by Marine Business International Lagos. Held at Lagos Sheraton Hotel and Towers Ikeja Lagos on 24th June 2002.
  66. Dele Badejo (2002) “Oil Bunkering in Nigerian Territorial Waters: Problems and Prospects”. On 24th July, 2002.
  67. Dele Badejo (2002) “Road Traffic Environment and Journey Time” Being a paper presented at the Workshop on the Volatile Traffic Environment in Nigeria for the Drivers of the United States of America Consulate 20th-21st July, art USA Consulate, Lagos 2002.
  68. Dele Badejo (2002) “Rail Transport Infrastructure and Urban Containment Strategy”. Being a paper presented at the National Conference Revitalization of the Railway System in Nigeria: The Challenges of the 21st Organized by the Centre for Transport Studies, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye Ogun State 14-16 August, 2002.
  69. Dele Badejo and Kayode Ojo (2002) “Nigerian Railway Revitalization: The Environmental Consideration” Being a paper presented at the National Conference on Revitalization of the Railway System in Nigeria. The Challenges of the 21st Century Organised by the Centre for Transport Studies Onabanjo University Ago-Iwoye Ogun State 14-16h August, 2002.
  70. Dele Badejo (2002) “Potentials and Benefits of Rail-Seaport Integration in Nigeria”. Being a paper presented at the National Conference on Revitalization of the Railway System in Nigeria. The Challenges of the 21st organized by the Centre for Transport Studies, Olabisi Onabanjo University. Ago-Iwoye 14-16th August 2002.
  71. Dele Badejo (2002) “Cargo handling Equipment and Maintenance: Implications for Port Logistics”. Being a paper presented at the Senior Manager/Managers Forum of NPA at African Leadership Forum. Held at Ota Ogun State between 21st – 23rd August, 2002.
  72. Dele Badejo (2002) “Managing Port Safety and Security”. Being a paper presented at the Senior Manager/Managers Forum of NPA at African Leadership Forum, held at Ota, Ogun State between 21st – 23rd August 2002.
  73. Dele Badejo (2002) “Port Infrastructure Support Services fro Regional Ports Development”. Being a paper presented at the Senior Manages/Managers Forum of NPA at African Leadership Forum. held at Ota Ogun State between 21st –23rd August 2002.
  74. Dele Badejo (2002) “Improving Driving Culture for Enhanced Road Safety in Nigeria in the 21st Century”. being a paper presented as a Guest Speaker at 2002 Workshop on Road Safety. organised by Ogun State Special Marshals and held at Cultural Center, Kuto, Abeokuta Ogun Station Tuesday August 13, 2002.
  75. Dele Badejo (2002) “Improving Road Safety Through Enhanced Patrol and Enlightenment Strategy in Nigeria”. Being a paper presented as Guest Speaker at the 2002 Workshop on Road Safety. Organised by Lagos Special Marshals and held at Lagos State Secretariat Auditorium Alausa Ikeja Lagos State on Thursday, September 5, 2002.
  76. Dele Badejo, (2002) “Tin Can Island Port and Nigerian Economic Development: A Reflection of Twenty-Five years of Operational Excellence”. Being a paper presented as a guest Speaker to Commemorate the Twenty-five years of Tin Can island Port. Held at TCIP premises Apapa, Lagos 21st October 2002.
  77. Dele Badejo (2002) “Recreational Planning and Urban Ghettos in Nigerian: Problems and Prospects” Delta State University Abraka, Delta March 2002.
  78. Dele Badejo (2002) “Management of Efficient and Profitable Fleet Operations in Nigeria: Problems and Challenges”. Being a paper presented at the 2002 Fleet Management Conference Organised by Toyota Nigeria Limited held at NICON Hilton Abuja on 25th September 2002.
  79. Dele Badejo (2004) “Essential Features of Workshop and Research Presentation.” Being a paper presented at a one-day workshop on improving Scholarly Writing, Seminar, Workshop, Research Writing and Presentation on 10th July 2004.
  80. Dele Badejo (2004) “Potentialities of Nigerian Maritime Cabotage to Shipping Development and National Economy”. Being a paper presented at the National Workshop on Cabotage Law in Nigeria-Problem Analysis, Implementation and Expected Impact on the Economy on 29th July 2004.
  81. Dele Badejo (2004) “Trade and Investment Promotion: The Nigerian Experience under Democratic Governance”. Being a paper presented at the Nigerian Institute of Commerce on 30th July 2004.
  82. Badejo, Bamidele (2005) “Transport and Economic Development of Ogun State”. Being a paper presented at the Economic and Investment Summit, Ogun State of Nigeria. 25th January, 2005 at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta.
  83. Badejo, Bamidele (2008) “Investment Opportunities in the Transport Sector of Lagos State” Being a paper presented at the Investment Forum organized by the Lagos State Government. (September 2008).
  84. Badejo, Bamidele (2008); “First Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration” held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 16th April, 2008.
  85. Dele Badejo (2009) “Perspective of Inland Waterways Transportation and Development in Nigeria” Being a paper presented at a Retreat Organised for the Honourable Minister of Transportation at Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos on 26th January 2009
  86. Dele Badejo (2009) “The State of the Federal Ministry of Transport and its Relationship with Key Stakeholders: An Overview” Being a paper presented at a Retreat Organised for the Honourable Minister of Transportation at Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos on 26th January 2009
  87. Badejo, Bamidele (2009); “Improving Safety in Transportation and Haulage Business”. Being a paper presented during a One Day Seminar on Safety in Transportation and Haulage Businesses organised by the Lagos State Government. 29th January, 2009.
  88. Badejo, Bamidele (2009); “Goodwill Message” presented as Guest Speaker at the Launching of 195 Air-Conditioned High Capacity Deawoo Buses in Lagos State. 26th March, 2009.
  89. Badejo, Bamidele (2009); “Second Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration” held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 7th April, 2009.
  90. Badejo, Bamidele (2009); Welcome Address at the Official Commissioning of Modern Taxi Scheme in Lagos State. 26th May, 2009.
  91. Dele Badejo (2009) “Unbundling The Challenges Of Transportation And Development In Nigeria: The Lagos State Example” Being the Sixtieth Anniversary Lecture of the Department of Geography, University of Ibadan on 10th June, 2009.
  92. Badejo, Bamidele (2009); One – Day Seminar Organised by the Ministry of Transportation in Conjunction with Association of Tippers and Quarry Owners of Nigeria held at Adeyemi Bero Hall, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. 20th October, 2009.
  93. Badejo, Bamidele (2009); “Investment Opportunities in Transportation and Infrastructure Development in Africa”. Being a paper presented at the summit on Transportation and Infrastructure Development in Africa held at Dubai UAE. (November, 2009).
  94. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); “Stakeholders Forum on Trucks, Haulage and Heavy Duty Vehicles Operation in Lagos State”. 2010.
  95. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); “Third Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration” held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 8th April, 2010
  96. Badejo, Bamidele (2010) “Leading the Recovery in Africa’s Shipping Trades: A Shipping Sector Overview” Being a paper presented at the Inaugural Oil and Shipping Africa 2010 Conference, Accra, Ghana. (12th – 15th July 2010).
  97. Badejo, Bamidele (2010) “Transportation and Sustainable Development” Being a paper presented at the Annual Symposium of National Association of Geography Students (NAGS), Department of Geography, University of Lagos. Lagos State (22nd July 2010).
  98. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); “Future of Shipping and Maritime Development in Africa”. Being a paper presented at the International Conference on Oil and Shipping Africa 2010 Conference held in Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra Ghana. (12th – 13th July, 2010).
  99. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); “The Dilemma of Commercial Motorcycle Operations in Lagos State”. Being a paper presented at Stakeholders Forum on Okada Operations in Lagos State. 24th August, 2010.
  100. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); “Future of African Cities: A Discussant Commentary”. At the International Summit of the World Urban Forum V held in Rio – De – Jenairo Brazil (September, 2010).
  101. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); “Goodwill Message”. at the 2010 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Nigeria Institute of Town Planners, Lagos State Chapter. September 28th, 2010.
  102. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); Welcome Address at the Opening Ceremony of the Vehicle Inspection Unit Safety Campaign Week. 5th October, 2010.
  103. Badejo, Bamidele (2010); “Integrated Transportation Synergy”. Being a paper presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Cities held in Mexico City, Mexico. (November, 2010).
  104. Badejo, Bamidele (2010) “Developing Inland Waterways Transportation in Nigeria: What Role for the Private Sector” Being a paper presented at the One Day Stakeholders Forum on Investment Opportunities in Inland Water Transportation. Lokoja (13th October, 2010).
  105. Badejo, Bamidele (2010) “Trade Facilitation: Public Sector Perspective” Being a paper presented Towards Improvement of Trade Facilitation in West Africa Sub-region at Excellent Hotel, Ogba, Lagos. (15th December, 2010).
  106. Badejo, Bamidele (2011) “Coastal and Inland Waterways Transportation: Regulatory Framework and Development Opportunities” Being a paper presented at the Nigeria Maritime Expo (NIMAREX) 2011 Conference at Eko Hotel and Suites Expo Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. Nigeria. (1st – 3rd March, 2011).
  107. Badejo, Bamidele (2011) “Community Development and Impactful Roles of Clubs and Associations in National Development” Being a paper presented as a Guest Speaker on Expanding the Frontiers of WEPPA WANNO Pyramid Club in Community Development: A Reassessment and Projection for the Future at WEPPA WANNO PYRAMID CLUB, Edo State. (12th March, 2011).
  108. Badejo, Bamidele (2011) “Port Privatization and African Ports: An Overview” Being a Key Note Address at the 8th Annual Event of African Ports & Harbours Congress 2011 at Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. (27th – 30th June, 2011).
  109. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); The Transportation Realities, Challenges and Opportunities of Lagos State: The Leadership Imperatives and Synergies”. Being a paper presented at the Golden Jubilee Anniversary of Independence Hall “Organized by Great Independence Hall, University of Ibadan. 12th February, 2011.
  110. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Developing a Sustainable Inland Waterways Transportation in Nigeria”. Being a paper presented at the Nigerian Maritime Expo (NIMAREX 2011) “Widening the Frontiers of Nigeria’s Maritime Industry” held at New Expo Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria. 1st – 3rd March 2011.
  111. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Lagos State Rail Transit Programme”. Being a presentation on Strategic Rail Transport Infrastructure Development and Partnering held at Madrid, Spain (March, 2011).
  112. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Showcasing Lekki Free Trade Zone”. Being a paper presented at the Free Trade Zone Resource Development held at Hamburg Germany (April, 2011).
  113. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Fourth Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration” held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 18th May, 2011.
  114. Badejo, Bamidele (2011);”Port Privatization and African Ports: An Overview” Being a paper Presented at the International Conference on African Ports and Harbours Congress 2011 held at Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. (27th – 30th June, 2011).
  115. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Transportation Challenges in Nigerian Cities: A Synopsis” Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Seminar on Transportation and Sustainable City Development held at D’rovans Ibadan, Oyo State. (25th – 26th July, 2011).
  116. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Manpower Development as a Catalyst for Effective and Efficient Management of Transport System in Nigeria” Being a paper presented at the Transport  Sector Human Resources Forum Organized by Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, held at NECA House, Central Business District Alausa Ikeja, Lagos. 25th August, 2011.
  117. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “5years of Port Concession: The Journey so far” Being a paper presented at the Maritime Roundtable (MAROUT) Forum, held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. 22nd September, 2011.
  118. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Strategic Positioning for Emerging Reforms/Developments in the Nigerian Freight Forwarding Industry”. Being a paper presented at the National Freight Forwarders Conference, Lagos. 13th October, 2011.
  119. Badejo, Bamidele (2011); “Developing Integrated Transport System and Management In Akwa- Ibom State” Being a paper presented at the NPCC-AKS Maritime Summit, held at Uyo, Akwa- Ibom State. 23rd November, 2011
  120. Badejo, Bamidele (2012); “Strategies Towards Improving Urban Mobility and Road Safety in Nigeria: The Lagos State Intervention Examples”. Being a paper presented at the 12th PRI World Congress held at Marrakech Morocco. 6th – 9th June 2012.
  121. Badejo, Bamidele (2012); “Mitigating Road Traffic Crashes (RTC) In Nigeria: A Multilateral Approach” Being a paper presented at the FRSC Zone RS2 2012 Retreat on Zero Tolerance to Road Traffic Crashes. Held at Ijebu- Ode, Ogun State. 21st – 23rd September 2012.
  122. Badejo, Bamidele (2012); “Integrated Intermodal Transport System In An Emerging Economy: Inherent Employment Opportunities” Being a paper presented at the Employment Summit 2012 on “Employment and Human Capital Crisis in the 21st Century; Turning the Tide” held at Victoria Crown Plaza, Victoria Island, Lagos. 30th – 31st October, 2012.
  123. Badejo, Bamidele (2012); “Effective Data Management and ICT Deployment: Strategy Towards Containing desertification in Nigeria” Being a paper presentation at the 43rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) on Desertification and Challenges of Human Settlement Planning in Nigeria. Held at Women Development Centre, Abuja. 7th – 10th November, 2012.
  124. Badejo, Bamidele (2012); “Financing Transport Infrastructure for National Development and Transformation in Nigeria” Being a paper delivered at the Transport Stakeholders Excellence AwardOrganized by Transport & Logistics Nigeria Ltd (Publishers: Transport & Society Weekly), held at Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Ikeja Lagos. 6th December, 2012.
  125. Badejo, Bamidele (2012); “Integrated Transportation for National Development” Being a paper delivered at the Two – Day National Conference on Integrated Transportation and Development. Organised by the Department of Geography University of Lagos, Nigeria.Held at Julius Berger Hall, University of Lagos. 6th – 7th December, 2012.
  126. Badejo, Bamidele (2013); “Service, Sacrifice and Perseverance: The Invaluable Trinity of Professionalism” Being a paper delivered as Guest Lecturer at the Pens-Down Ceremony (Last Day in Office) in Honour of Tpl Rotimi Toyin Abdul; held at Combo Hall, LTV Complex, Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos. 6th March, 2013.
  127. Badejo, Bamidele (2013); “Effective Intermodal and Integrated System of Transportation: Panacea for African Economic Integration and Development” Being a paper delivered as Guest Lecturer at the Investiture of Senator Idris Umar, Honourable Minister of Transport as the Maritime Man of the Year 2012. held at Harbour Point, 4 Wilmot Road, Off Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos. 13th April, 2013.
  128. Badejo, Bamidele (2013); “Honesty, Integrity and Compliance: Panacea for Successful Business Venture” Being a paper presented at the 2013 Retreat of Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) held at Rockview Hotel Festac Town Mile 2, Lagos. 26th July, 2013.
  129. Badejo, Bamidele (2013);  “Imperatives of Locational and Environment Scanning Analysis” Being a paper presented at one day in house seminar on Funds/Deposits Mobilization and Loans Recovery Strategies Organized by Whitehorse International Consulting Limited, Lagos @ Ijebu – Ode, Ogun State. 14th September, 2013.
  130. Badejo, Bamidele (2013); “Achieving Business Goals Through Strategic Resource Pulling In Road Transportation” Being a paper presented at two day Conference on Fleet Management Organized by Transport and Logistics @ Rockview Hotel, Park Lane Apapa Lagos. 24th – 25th September, 2013.
  131. Badejo, Bamidele (2013); “Fleet Operations and Maintenance Imperatives” Being a paper presented at two day Conference on Fleet Management Organized by Transport and Logistics @ Rockview Hotel, Park Lane Apapa Lagos. 24th – 25th September, 2013.
  132. Badejo, Bamidele (2013); “Goals and Objectives of Transport Policy” Being a paper presented at three – day  Capacity Building Programme for Staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) on Transport Policy and Management in Nigeria Organized by  Oceanserve and Logistics,  @  NIMASA Training Centre, Kirikiri Apapa, Lagos. 10th – 12th December, 2013.
  133. Badejo, Bamidele (2013); “Communicating Policy and Bridging Corporate Image Gap in Transport Policy Implementation” Being a paper presented at three – day  Capacity Building Programme for Staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) on Transport Policy and Management in Nigeria Organized by  Oceanserve and Logistics,  @  NIMASA Training Centre, Kirikiri Apapa, Lagos. 10th – 12th December, 2013.
  134. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Maritime Project Monitoring” Being a paper presented at three – day Capacity Building Programme for key Officers of the Federal Ministry of Transport on Implementing Targets Setting and Performance Appraisal in the Maritime Industry using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’S) Organized by Oceanserve and Logistics, Lagos held at Imperial Suites Hotel, Al Rolla Street, Bur, Dubai. 20th – 22nd January, 2014.
  135. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Maritime Project Evaluation” Being a paper presented at Three – Day Capacity Building Programme for key Officers of the Federal Ministry of Transport on Implementing Targets Setting and Performance Appraisal in the Maritime Industry using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’S) Organized by Oceanserve and Logistics, Lagos held at Imperial Suites Hotel, Al Rolla Street, Bur, Dubai. 20th – 22nd January, 2014.
  136. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Strategies for Project Design and Implementation in the Maritime Industry” Being a paper presented at Three – Day Capacity Building Programme for key Officers of the Federal Ministry of Transport on Implementing Targets Setting and Performance Appraisal in the Maritime Industry using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’S) Organized by Oceanserve and Logistics, Lagos held at Imperial Suites Hotel, Al Rolla Street, Bur, Dubai. 20th – 22nd January, 2014.
  137. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Emerging Issues in Maritime Safety Management and Administration” Being a paper presented at Three – Day Capacity Building Programme for key Officers of the Federal Ministry of Transport on Implementing Targets Setting and Performance Appraisal in the Maritime Industry using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’S) Organized by Oceanserve and Logistics, Lagos held at Imperial Suites Hotel, Al Rolla Street, Bur, Dubai. 20th – 22nd January, 2014.
  138. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); Risk Assessment and Management in the Maritime Industry Being a paper presented at Three – Day Capacity Building Programme for key Officers of the Federal Ministry of Transport on Implementing Targets Setting and Performance Appraisal in the Maritime Industry using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’S) Organized by Oceanserve and Logistics, Lagos held at Imperial Suites Hotel, Al Rolla Street, Bur, Dubai. 20th – 22nd January, 2014.
  139. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Catch (Imbibe) them Young: The Amazing Thoughts and Lessons for the Youths” Being A Guest Lecture delivered at the 60th Diamond Jubilee Anniversary of Our Lady of Apostles Secondary School Ijebu Ode, Organized by OLASS – OGA. Held at Our Lady of Apostles Secondary School Hall Ijebu – Ode, Ogun State. Nigeria. 24th January, 2014.
  140. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Maritime Transportation and International Trade: The Nigeria Experience” Being a Paper Presented at the International Maritime Conference And Exhibition (NIMAREX 2014), “100 Years of Maritime Development in Nigeria” held at New Expo Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria. 10th – 12th March 2014.
  141. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Road Safety and National Development: The Urgency of Now” Being a paper presented at the 3rd Waheed Kadiri Annual Lecture, Organized by Nigerian Association of Town Planning Students, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta Chapter. March 18th, 2014.
  142. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Mainstreaming Greening into the Re-Building Agenda of Ogun State” Being a paper presented at the 2014 World Environment Day, Organised by Ogun State Government, held at Cultural Center Kuto, Abeokuta Ogun State. June 5th , 2014.
  143. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Evolving Dynamic and Innovative Curriculum in Nigerian Education System: Imperatives for Socio-Economic and Technological Development” Being a Lead Paper Presented at the School of Arts and Social Sciences Conference 2014, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Lagos Badagry Exp. Way Otto / Ijanikin, Lagos State. August 4th, 2014.
  144. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Transforming Inland Waterways Transportation for Sustainable Development in Nigeria Through Public – Private – Partnership (PPP)” Being a Paper Delivered at the International Conference on Developing Inland Waterways Transportation System in Nigeria Organized by National Inland Waterways Authority Nigeria held @ Eko Hotel & Suites V. I., Lagos. August 13th, 2014.
  145. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “The Nigerian Seaports and Development (1900-2006): Historical Perspectives and Dynamics” Being a Paper Delivered at Two Day Retreat Programme on “The Role Of Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) as an Economic Regulator in the Ports Industry”, held at Colonades Hotel, 21 Alfred Rewane Street, Ikoyi Lagos. 15th – 17th September, 2014.
  146. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Unbundling the Dilemma of Seaports Regulations in Nigeria” Being a Paper Delivered at Two Day Retreat Programme on “The Role Of Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) as an Economic Regulator in the Ports Industry”, held at Colonades Hotel, 21 Alfred Rewane Street, Ikoyi Lagos. 15th – 17th September, 2014.
  147. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Integrity and Transparency: Catalyst for Service to Humanity” Being a Paper Delivered at the Lion’s Club Investiture Ceremony, Abeokuta Ogun State. September 27th, 2014.
  148. Badejo, Bamidele., et al “Risk Reduction and Rehabilitation of Incidence of Market Fires in Lagos State.” Being a paper presented at the 3rd International Conference of Urban and Regional Planning (ICURP14). October 13th – 15th , 2014.
  149. Badejo, Bamidele (2014); “Maritime Transportation Industry in Nigeria: Structure, Analysis, Challenges and Prospects” Being a paper presented at the 3-Day Training Programme for Staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) on Corporate Executive Development held at NIMASA Resource Centre, Kirikiri, Apapa, Lagos. 4th – 6th November, 2014.
  150. Badejo, Bamidele., et al “The Dynamics of Climate Change and Global Warming: Imperatives for Food Security in Nigeria” Being a paper presented at the 1st Voice of Social Sciences International Conference (VOSS), University of Dar Es Salaam. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. 17th – 18th November, 2014.
  151. Badejo, Bamidele., et al “Planning without Facts and Information: The Bane of Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria.” Being a paper presented at the 1st Voice of Social Sciences International Conference (VOSS), University of Dar Es Salaam. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. 17th – 18th November, 2014.
  152. Badejo, Bamidele (2015); “Development of Standards and Recommended Practices for Rail Transport System in Nigeria” Being a paper presented at the Two Day National Conference on Rail Transportation System: Towards a Sustainable Rail Transport System in Nigeria, Organized by House of Representatives Committee on Land Transport held at Lagos Hall, Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja. 20th – 21st January, 2015.

 

  • Manuscripts Submitted For Publication
  1. Badejo, Dele: “The Socio-Economics and Environmental Objectives of Public Transport in Urban Nigeria.” Third World Planning Review, England.
  2. Badejo, Dele: “Public Transportation problems in Metropolitan LagosCITIES, England
  3. Badejo, Dele: “Strategy Towards Extending Cycle Use in Nigeria”. Transportation Quarterly USA
  4. Badejo, Dele: “The Dilemma of Nigeria’s Population Data for Development”. Polymath. Abeokuta.
  5. Badejo Dele “Nigeria and the Load Centre Strategy: A Review of Prospects and Challenges” Research and Development. NISER Ibadan
  6. Badejo Dele “Maritime Transportation in Nigeria: The Challenges” Journal of Transport Studies, Ogun State University  Ago- Iwoye

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Selected Conferences/Seminars/Workshops Attended (With Dates)
  2. National Conference on Environment and Development Organized by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) Held at the Conference Centre University of Ibadan January 19th – 21st, 1983
  3. Annual Conference / Seminar of the Chartered Institute of Transport (Nigeria Section) Lagos. Held at the Nigeria Railway Corporation Conference Hall, Lagos 12th April1986
  4. 29th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Geographical Association on Organizing Nigeria’s Space Economy for National Development Held at Ahmadu Bellow University, Zaria 27th April 1st May 1986
  5. Faculty of Social Science Annual Conference on Improving the Quality of Rural Life University of Ife Ile- Ife  5-7th May , 1987
  6. Faculty of Social Science Annual Conference of Reflection and National Development Strategies University of Lagos Akoka Lagos Held at the Conference Center Lagos 6th June 1986
  7. 30th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Geographical Association on Resource Mobilization for Rural Development Held at Imo State University Okigwe, Imo State 16-19th March 1987
  8. Cities and people Can we plan the future? A conference to assess the potential contribution of Urban Planning to cities in developed countries organized   by University of London senate House UK London 25-27th September 1988
  9. International Conference of Metropolitan Cities Metropolis 90 Held at 545 Royal Parade, Parksville University of Melbourne Australia September 1990
  10. National Economic Students Association (Ogun State University Chapter) Annual Week June 1991
  11. National Economic Seminar on Housing Policy in Nigeria and the Construction Industry Lagos April 1992
  12. Workshop on Planning Financing and Implementation Development project at the local government level Held at Gateway Hotel Ijebu-Ode Organized by the Geography and Regional Planning Department, Ogun State University Ago–Iwoye 24-27th August  1992
  13. Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners Held at Maiduguri Borno State 21st – 25th September 1992
  14. Joint National Workshop on Mass Transit Operations and Management at the Local government Level in Nigeria  a Challenges for the  90’s  and beyond  organized  by Zeneth Consultant  Services with  Ogun State University  Ago- Iwoye 5-7th October 1992
  15. Workshop on Grassroots/Popular Participation at the Local Government Level Organized by Department of Political Science University  of Lagos and  Friedreich  Ebert Foundation, Lagos  at Epe. 3rd  – 8th  May
  16. Training Workshop on Planning Research and Statistics for Lagos Senior  Official  Organized by Aruweje  Consultants  Lagos  Held at NERDC Conference  center  Agidingbi  Lagos  8-11 the February 1994
  17. Workshop on Bush Burning in Nigeria Organized by Community Development Association (NGO Lagos Held At 3 Centre (Edo Ogun and Lagos  States) 1994
  18. 8th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Rural Sociology Association (NRSA) on Rural Development in Nigeria. Held at Ogun State University, Ago- Iwoye 13 – 15th March , 1994
  19. Training Course on Urban Transport Management and Cooperatives. Organized by the Federal Urban Mass Transit Agency (FUMTA) and Foreign Affairs Ministry of the State of Israel. Held at the Trade Fair Motel, Badagry, Expressway, Lagos 10-28th May, 1994.
  20. Nigerian International Conference on Transport Logistics and Exhibition. Organized Jointly by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Aviation and Chakap Ventures Limited, Lagos. Held at the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos. 20 – 25th May, 1994.
  21. Conference on Traffic Congestion and Road Pricing. Organized by PMF. Consultants Lagos. Held at Sheraton Hotel, Lagos 29 – 30th June, 1994.
  22. Organization and Management of Freight Transport in Nigeria, Conference Organized by Gbenga Gbesan and Associates (GGA) and the Federal Ministry of Transport and Aviation, Lagos. Held at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta. November 16-19, 1994
  23. National Training Workshop on Nigeria Maritime Transport: Coping with the Challenges Organized by Fairweather and Company, Lagos Held at Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode. February 6-9, 1995.
  24. National Training Workshop on Challenges of Transport Planning and Management in a Depressed Economy. Organized by Nigeria Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) Ibadan, 4-6, July, 1995.
  25. Workshop on Statistics and Information Management. Organized by NPA. Western Zone, Apapa, Lagos 12th December, 1995
  26. Annual Week of the Geographical Association, Ogun State College of Education (now Tai Solarin College of Education) Ijebu- Ode 5th December, 1995.
  27. 40th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Geographical Association (NGA). Held at Bayero University, Kano. May , 1997
  28. National Seminar on “The House in Nigeria” Organized by the Department of Architecture, OAU, Ile-Ife  1997
  29. Annual Conference of the Institute of Transport Administration (IoTA); Held at Sheraton Hotel, Lagos 1997.
  30. Book Launch / Seminar on Transport and Urban Development Organized by CIT (Warri Branch Warri 23rd August 1997.
  31. National Workshop  on Terminal operation  Organized by Traffic and  Terminals  Management  Group, Apapa, Lagos  24th March , 1997
  32. National Seminar on the Effectiveness, Innovation and Management in the Transport and Distribution Industry. Organized by Institute of Transport Administration. Held at Gateway Hotel, Ota 30th October – 1st November, 1997.
  33. Seminar Organized for Port Operators, Organized by Olubunmi Consultant. Held at Durbar Hotel, Festac, Lagos 10th  September, 1997
  34. Seminar Organized by National Shipping Companies Association (NSCA) Held at Muson Centre, Lagos 13th September, 1997
  35. National Workshop for Vehicle Fleet Maintenance and Road Safety Measures. Organized by CIT Nigeria. Held at the University of Lagos Conference  Centre 6th  May 1998
  36. Seminar on Environmental Related Issues. Organized by Lagos  Island  Local  Government  Corpers’ Association  City  Hall  Lagos  5th  May, 1998
  37. Federal Road Safety Commission 1998 Crops Marshals’ Conference Held at Kano 4-5th August 1998.
  38. Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry Shipping Trade Group Held at LCCL, Victoria Island Lagos September 1998
  39. Seminar on Future of Shipping. Held at Conference  Centre, University  of Lagos  November 1998
  40. Centenary Anniversary Conference, Nigeria Railway Corporation. Held at International Conference Centre, Abuja 18-21 November 1998
  41. Maritime Summit, Organized by Golden and Partners in Collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Transport Abuja February 26 , 1999
  42. National Seminar on Clearing and Forwarding Activities in Nigeria Organized by Franolty Inc. Held at Airport Hotel, Ikeja. April 17, 1999
  43. 42nd Annual Conference of the Nigeria Geographical Association. Held at Ogun State University  Ago- Iwoye 11-16-May, 1999
  44. Guest Speaker at a one-day Symposium organized by Ultimate Planners Club Federal Polytechnic Ilaro on 6th July 1999.
  45. One day seminar on “Resolving the Conflicts Arising from the use of Motorcycles within the Emerging Urban Transportation  System” Organized by NITP Lagos Chapter General Meeting 19th October 1999
  46. Students Orientation  Week Lagos State  University (LASU),  Ojo Lagos 19th February 2000
  47. Seminar on Safety Control and Management for Traffic Officers in Lagos State. Organized by Road Culture Consultants Lagos  23rd – 25th February 2000
  48. 3 Day National Workshop on Legal Framework for Effective Transport Operation in the 21st  Century   Organized by the Nigerian Law  Reform Commission and Held  at Gateway Hotel  28-30th June, 2000
  49. An Induction Lecture Organized by the Chartered Institute of Transport of Nigeria (CITN) Lagos on the 23rd September, 2000.
  50. Traffic Officers Induction Course Organized by Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA)  Governor’s  Office Alausa Ikeja  5th October  2000
  51. National Workshop on Quality Vehicle Fleet  Maintenance   Safety  Measures  and finance  Chartered  Institute  of Transport of Nigeria  (CITN) Lagos 10-12th  October 2000
  52. Traffic Officer Induction Course Organized by Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) Governor’s Office. Alausa Ikeja 18th October 2000.
  53. Nation Workshop on Eradication of Corruption and Sharp Practices in our Seaports. Stakeholders Meeting Organized by Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) 24-26th October 2000 Held at Eko Hotel Lagos
  54. Quality Maritime Services Foundation Seminar Organized by the Maritime Quality Services Foundation Lagos Held  at Federal Palace  Hotel  Lagos  on the  30th November 2000
  55. Seminar on Maritime Capacity Building and Resource  Development  The  Role of National  Maritime   Authority Organized by Peterson Consulting Lagos in Collaboration with National  Maritime  Authority (NMA) Lagos  Held at Eko Hotel  Lagos Between  2nd-4th April  2001
  56. Seminar on Eradication Corruption and Sharp Practice for Port Personnel and Officers. Organized by Made Associates Lagos  Held  at NPA Training School Apapa Lagos between 9-11th  April, 2001
  57. 4-Day Seminar on Safety Consciousness, Traffic Rules and Regulations for Commercial Motorcycle Operators in Lagos State and Organized by Accessible Nigeria Limited, Apapa, Lagos on 6th October 2001
  58. The Conference of Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporations and Government Owned Companied NPA (Tincan Island Port Zone) Apapa Held at Gateway Hotel Sango-Ota on the 16th August  2001
  59. Workshop on Regional Port Development Initiative Organized by Strategic Management Consulting Limited Ikeja Lagos, held  at T.C.C Ogere  State  Between 25-27th September 2001
  60. Workshop on  Disaster preparedness   and  management  Organized  by Thomas  -Inne  Limited  Lagos  Held  at CMD Management Village Shangisha, Lagos between 24-26th October 2001
  61. Fleet Management Seminar Organized by Toyota Nigeria Limited in Conjunction with  Mobil Oil  Plc  Held at  Sheraton Hotel  and Towers, Lagos  on Tuesday 20th November 2001
  62. Workshop on Regional Port Development Initiative Organized by Thomas – Inne Limited Lagos Held at NPA Training  and Conference Centre Port-Harcourt Rivers State between 19th – 22nd November 2001
  63. Seminar on Repositioning the Nigeria Railway Organized by Transport Reporters Association of Nigeria and Held at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Lagos on 24th January, 2002
  64. The Ministerial Policy Retreat for the Federal Ministry of Transport Organized by Olisa Agbakoba and Association, Lagos held at Nike Lake  Resort Hotel Enugu between  4-6th April  2002
  65. Workshop on Survival Strategist in the Nigerian Maritime Sector organized by Marine Business International  Lagos Held at Lagos  Sheraton Hotel and towers Ikeja Lagos  24th June  2002
  66. Oil Bunkering in Nigerian Territorial  Waters Problem and prospects  on 24th July 2002
  67. Workshop on the Volatile Traffic Environment in Nigeria for the Drivers of the United States of America Consulate  Nigeria  20th – 21st  July at USA Consulate  Lagos 2002
  68. The National Conference on Revitalization of the Railway System in Nigeria the  Challenges  of the  21st Century Organized by the Centre for Transport Studies Olabisi  Onabanjo University  Ago-Iwoye Ogun State 14 – 16th Century Organized by the Centre for Transport Studies, Olabisi Onabanjo University  Ago-Iwoye  Ogun  State  14- 16th  August 2002
  69. The Senior Managers/Managers Forum of NPA at African Leadership Forum Held at Ota Ogun State between 21st  – 23rd August 2002
  70. Workshop on Road Safety Organized by Ogun State Special Marshals and held at Cultural Centre Kuto Abeokuta Ogun State Tuesday, August, 13, 2002
  71. Workshop on Road Safety Organized by Lagos State Special Marshals and held at Lagos State Secretariat  Auditorium  Alausa  Ikeja  Lagos  State on  Thursday September 5, 2002
  72. Fleet Management Conference Organized by Toyota Nigeria Limited Held at Nicon – Abuja on 25th September 2002.
  73. Perspectives of Yoruba History and Culture. The University of Texas at Austin, USA. 25th March, 2004.
  74. Improving Scholarly Writing. Organized by Freight Forwarders Academy, Nigeria.  10th July, 2004.
  75. The Maritime Beacon. Organized by Nigerian Chamber of Shipping. November 12, 2004.
  76. African Perspectives on Globalization and Sustainable Development. Organized by Faculty of Social Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo. 30th November – 2nd December, 2004
  77. Economic and Investment Summit, Ogun State of Nigeria. 25th January, 2005 at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta.
  78. First Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 16th April, 2008.
  79. Investment Opportunities in Lagos State. Lagos State Economic Summit held at Eko Hotel, Lagos. (September 2008).
  80. One – Day Seminar on Improving Safety in Transportation and Haulage Business in Lagos State. 29th January, 2009.
  81. Guest Speaker at the Launching of 195 Air-Conditioned High Capacity Deawoo Buses in Lagos State. 26th March, 2009.
  82. Second Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 7th April, 2009.
  83. Welcome Address at the Official Commissioning of Modern Taxi Scheme in Lagos State. 26th May, 2009.
  84. One – Day Seminar Organised by the Ministry of Transportation in Conjunction with Association of Tippers and Quarry Owners of Nigeria held at Adeyemi Bero Hall, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. 20th October, 2009.
  85. Investment Opportunities in Transportation and Infrastructure Development in Africa held at Dubai UAE. (November, 2009).
  86. Stakeholders Forum on Trucks, Haulage and Heavy Duty Vehicles Operation in Lagos State. 2010.
  87. Third Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 8th April, 2010.
  88. International Conference on Oil and Shipping Africa 2010 Conference held in Labadi Beach Hotel, Accra Ghana. (12th – 13th July, 2010).
  89. Stakeholders Forum on Okada Operations in Lagos State. 24th August, 2010.
  90. International Summit of the World Urban Forum 5 held in Rio – De – Jenairo Brazil (September, 2010).
  91. 2010 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Nigeria Institute of Town Planners, Lagos State Chapter. September 28th, 2010.
  92. Welcome Address at the Opening Ceremony of the Vehicle Inspection Unit Safety Campaign Week. 5th October, 2010.
  93. International Conference on Sustainable Cities held in Mexico City, Mexico. (November, 2010).
  94. Golden Jubilee Anniversary of Independence Hall “The Transportation Realities, Challenges and Opportunities of Lagos State: The Leadership Imperatives and Synergies”, Organized by Great Independence Hall, University of Ibadan. 12th February, 2011.
  95. Nigerian Maritime Expo (NIMAREX 2011) “Widening the Frontiers of Nigeria’s Maritime Industry” held at New Expo Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria. 1st – 3rd March 2011.
  96. Strategic Rail Transport Infrastructure Development and Partnering held at Madrid, Spain (March, 2011).
  97. Free Trade Zone Resource Development held at Hamburg Germany (April, 2011).
  98. Fourth Year Ministerial Briefing with the Fashola’s Administration held at Baguda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja. 18th May, 2011.
  99. A Commemoration Lecture in Honour of Engr. (Dr) Bawa – Allah T.O. @ 70 “Transport and National Development: Issues, Challenges and the Way Forward” Organized by African Research Institute for Transport and Communication Development (ARITCD), Lagos Nigeria. 2nd June, 2011.
  100. International Conference on African Ports and Harbours Congress 2011 held at Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. (27th – 30th June, 2011).
  101. Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Seminar on Transportation and Sustainable City Development held at D’rovans Ibadan, Oyo State. (25th – 26th July, 2011).
  102. Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) / Town Planners Registration Council (TOPREC) Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme (MCPDP), (2011) held at D’rovans Hotel, Ibadan, Oyo State. (27th – 28th July, 2011).
  103. Transport Sector Human Resources Forum “Manpower Development as a Catalyst for Effective and Efficient Management of Transport System in Nigeria” Organized by Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, held at NECA House, Central Business District Alausa Ikeja, Lagos. 25th August, 2011.
  104. Maritime Roundtable (MAROUT) “5years of Port Concession: The Journey so far” held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. 22nd September, 2011.
  105. National Association of Freight Forwarders, “Strategic Positioning for Emerging Reforms/Developments in the Nigerian Freight Forwarding Industry”. 13th October, 2011.
  106. 1st Premiere Lecture “The Heart and Soul of Humanity: Planning, People and Princes” held at Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta Ogun State. Lecture Delivered by Tpl. Waheed Ayinla Kadiri. 27th September, 2012.
  107. Employment Summit 2012 “Employment and Human Capital Crisis in the 21st Century; Turning the Tide” held at Victoria Crown Plaza, Victoria Island, Lagos. 30th – 31st October, 2012.
  108. NPCC-AKS Maritime Summit “Developing Integrated Transport System and Management In Akwa- Ibom State, held at Uyo, Akwa- Ibom State. 23rd November, 2011.
  109. 12th PRI World Congress held at Marrakech Morocco. 6th – 9th June 2012.
  110. FRSC Zone RS2 2012 Retreat on Zero Tolerance to Road Traffic Crashes. Held at Ijebu- Ode, Ogun State. 21st – 23rd September 2012.
  111. 43rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) on Desertification and Challenges of Human Settlement Planning in Nigeria. Held at Women Development Centre, Abuja. 7th – 10th November, 2012.
  112. 2012 Transport Stakeholders Excellence AwardOrganized by Transport & Logistics Nigeria Ltd (Publishers: Transport & Society Weekly), held at Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Ikeja Lagos. 6th December, 2012.
  113. Two – Day National Conference on “Integrated Transportation for National Development” Organised by the Department of Geography University of Lagos, Nigeria.Held at Julius Berger Hall, University of Lagos. 6th – 7th December, 2012.
  114. Pens-Down Ceremony (Last Day in Office) in Honour of Tpl Rotimi Toyin Abdul; held at Combo Hall, LTV Complex, Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos. 6th March, 2013.
  115. Nigerian Transport Awards and Lecture 2013 held at Oriental Hotel, Lekki Road, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. 12th April, 2013.
  116. The Investiture of Senator Idris Umar, Honourable Minister of Transport as the Maritime Man of the Year 2012. “Effective Intermodal and Integrated System of Transportation: Panacea for African Economic Integration and Development” held at Harbour Point, 4 Wilmot Road, Off Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos. 13th April, 2013.
  117. Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) 2013 National Retreat held at Rockview Hotel Festac Town Mile 2, Lagos. 26th July, 2013.
  118. Imowo Microfinance Bank One Day In House Seminar on Funds/Deposits Mobilization and Loans Recovery Strategies Organized by Whitehorse International Consulting Limited, Lagos held at Ijebu – Ode, Ogun State. 14th September, 2013.
  119. Two – Day National Conference on Fleet Management Organized by Transport and Logistics Society held at Rockview Hotel, Park Lane Apapa Lagos. 24th – 25th September, 2013.
  120. Three – Day Capacity Building Programme for Staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) on Transport Policy and Management in Nigeria Organized by Oceanserve and Logistics, held at NIMASA Training Centre, Kirikiri Apapa, Lagos. 10th – 12th December, 2013.
  121. Three – Day Capacity Building Programme for key Officers of the Federal Ministry of Transport on Implementing Targets Setting and Performance Appraisal in the Maritime Industry using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’S) Organized by Oceanserve and Logistics, Lagos held at Imperial Suites Hotel, Al Rolla Street, Bur, Dubai. 20th – 22nd January, 2014.
  122. 60th Diamond Jubilee Anniversary of Our Lady of Apostles Secondary School Ijebu Ode, Organized by OLASS – OGA. Held at Our Lady of Apostles Secondary School Hall Ijebu – Ode, Ogun State. Nigeria. 24th January, 2014.
  123. Nigerian Maritime Expo (NIMAREX 2014) “100 Years of Maritime Development in Nigeria” held at New Expo Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. 10th – 12th March 2014.
  124. 3rd Waheed Kadiri Annual Lecture on Road Safety and National Development: The Urgency of Now, Organized by Nigerian Association of Town Planning Students, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta Chapter. 18th March, 2014.
  125. 2014 World Environment Day “Raise your Voice not the Sea Level” Organised by Ogun State Government held at Cultural Center Kuto, Abeokuta Ogun State. June 5th, 2014.
  126. 2014 Conference of the School of Arts and Social Sciences ”Evolving Curriculum in Nigeria” Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Lagos Badagry Exp. Way Otto / Ijanikin, Lagos State. August 4th, 2014.
  127. National Inland Waterways Authority International Conference and Exhibition (NIWA ICE 2014) “Modernizing Inland Waterways Infrastructure and Vessels for Safe and Sustainable Inland Water Transportation in Nigeria” held at Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. 12th – 14th August 2014.
  128. Two Day Retreat Programme on “The Role Of Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) as an Economic Regulator in the Ports Industry”, held at Colonades Hotel, 21 Alfred Rewane Street, Ikoyi Lagos. 15th – 17th September, 2014.
  129. 3rd International Conference of Urban and Regional Planning (ICURP14). Organized by the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Lagos, Lagos State. October 13th -15th , 2014.
  130. Three Day Training Programme for Staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) on Corporate Executive Development held at NIMASA Resource Centre, Kirikiri, Apapa, Lagos. 4th – 6th November, 2014.
  131. 1st Voice of Social Sciences International Conference (VOSS), College of Social Sciences, University of Dar Es Salaam. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. 17th – 18th November, 2014.
  132. Two Day National Conference on Rail Transportation System: Towards a Sustainable Rail Transport System in Nigeria, Organized by House of Representatives Committee on Land Transport held at Lagos Hall, Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja. 20th – 21st January, 2015.

 

  • In addition to the above I have further attended over 100 conferences/seminars/workshop/lectures respectively between 2006 – April, 2014.
X.    NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF REFEREES

 

  1. Professor Michael Hebbert

Bartlett School of Planning

5th Floor, Central House

14 Upper Woburn Place

London.

WC1H 0NN

m.hebbert@ucl.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 203 108 9546

http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/planning/

 

 

  1. Professor Samuel Babatunde Agbola; FNITP

Department of Urban and Regional Planning,

Faculty of Social Sciences

University of Ibadan.

Ibadan. Oyo State, Nigeria.

babatundeagbola@yahoo.com

Tel: 0803-321-8243

 

 

  1. (Dr) Femi Olomola; FNITP

National President

Nigerian Institute of Town Planners and

Managing Partner

Femi Olomola & Associates.

Victoria Island, Lagos.

Tel: 0803-304-1103

 

 

 

 

       

 

______________________________

Signature & Date

PROFESSOR BAMIDELE ABIONA BADEJO

Tel: 08023149260, 08052952420

E-mail: badejo.bamidele@oouagoiwoye.edu.ng

dbadejo2002@yahoo.com

http://www.oouagoiwoye.edu.ng

 

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