AKINTOMIDE Akinjide Gabriel

Assistant Lecturer


1. Name: AKINTOMIDE Akinjide Gabriel

2. Date of Birth: 4th June, 1975

3. Place of Birth Ifewara.

4. Nationality: Nigerian

5. Permanent Home Address: Motel royal area, Eleweeran, Ede road, Ile-Ife

6. Current Postal Address: Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling

7. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Mrs. Oluwaseun Akintomide (Wife), Motel royal area, Eleweeran, Ede road, Ile-Ife

8. Phone: 07069411647, 08075611233

9. E-mail,,

10. Date of Assumption of Duty: 3rd October, 2006

11. Present Position: Assistant Lecturer

MY Qualifications

a. M. A. Ed (Guidance and Counselling, 2010), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

b. Bachelor of Science Education (Biology, 2004), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

c. Nigeria Certificate in Education (Biology/Chemistry, 1997), Osun State College of Education, Ilesa

MY Publications

1) List of articles

a. Akintomide A. G. & Oluwatosin S.A. (2011). Teacher characteristics and students' choice of teaching in Osun state. Edo journal of counselling. 4(1&2). Pp 116 – 129

b. Ojo O.O., Akintomide A. G. & Omoyemiju M.A. (2011). Parental perception and attitude to violent acts in Ife central local government area secondary schools. Edo journal of counselling. 4(1&2). Pp 103 - 115

c. Akintomide A.G. & Akintomide J.S. (2011). Causal determinants of attitude towards mathematics among Nigerian juniors secondary school (JSS) students. Nigerian journal of educational research and evaluation. Vol. 10 (1). Pp 133 – 149.

d. Alao K. A., Adebowale O. F. & Akintomide A. G. (2011). Cultural barriers to initiating counselling relationships in Nigerian secondary schools: The Ile-Ife experience. The Counsellor. Vol. 30(2). Pp 46-61

e. Oluwatosin S.A., Bada T.A. & Akintomide A. G.(2011). Adolescent media diet and implication on their sexual behaviour. In A.A. Aladejana and B. O. Olanisimi (eds). Human Capital development in Africa: A book of readings. Nigeria

f. *Ojo O. O. & Akintomide A. G. (2010). Who Breaks the Ice in Parent-Child Sexual Communication – Counselling Implications for Adolescent Health and Development

g. *Ojo. O.O., Akintomide A.G. & Ehindero S.A. (In press) Primary school teachers' comfortability with specialised teaching in some selected public schools in Osun State, Nigeria. World Journal of Education

h. Akintomide A. G. (2010). Influence of Parent-Child Communication Patterns on Adolescents' Sexual Behaviour in Osun State Secondary Schools. Unpublished Masters' Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

Research Interests

a. Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) services in Southwestern Nigeria (PhD thesis)

b. Voluntary Counselling and Testing among students and staff of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife

c. Primary school pupils counselling needs

d. The Ethics of Campaign against Stigmatization of People Living With AIDS (PLWAIDS)

e. Religiosity, sex education and reporting sexual issues in Nigeria