Lecturer I

Historical Background

Dr. S. S. Salami hails from Alapinni Compound, Apinni Oyo. He completed his secondary school in the year 1996, he proceeded to Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo where he got NCE in Business Education (Accounting Option). Later, he attended University of University of NIgeria, Nsukka where he bagged his (BSc.Ed) Bachelor Degree in Business Education in the year 2006. He completed his Master in Business Education from the same University in the year 2010. Dr. S. S. Salami bagged his Ph.D in Business Education from Kwara State University, Malete, Kwara State. he has worked in different capacity as adjunct lecturer at the Emmanuel Alayande College of Education. He joined the services of Al-Hikmah University in the year 2015 till date. He is happily married with children.

Educational History


  1. Kwara State University, Malete 2015-2020
  2. University of Nigeria, Nsukka 2010-2014
  3. University of Nigeria, Nsukka   2003-2006
  4. AFRIHUB ICT Solution for Africa in collaboration with 

       University of Nigeria, Nsukka           2006

  1. St. Andrews College of Education, Oyo 1998-2001
  2. West African Examination Council (WASC) 1999-2000



Research Interest

Education, Entrepreneurship,




    1. Salami, S. S. (2015). Influence of technological and socio-cultural forces on the marketing activities of small scale business operators in Oyo State. Al-Hikmah Journal of Education, 2, (2), 206-214.
    2. Raji, K. M., Salami, S. S. & Enijuni, A. T. (2016). Utilization of computer for instruction in vocational and technical education programme in Kwara State Colleges of Education. Al-Hikmah Journal of Education, 3 (1), 279-289.
    3. Salami, S. S, Lawrence, F. A., Ngoze, B. N. & Oladunjoye, G. T. (2019). Perceived relational support as determinant of entrepreneurial readiness of business education students in colleges of education, south-west, Nigeria. Al-Hikmah Journal of Education, 6 (1), 114-124.
    4. Ademiluyi, L. F. & Salami, S. S. (2020). Achievement need as a correlate of entrepreneurial readiness of business education students in colleges of education. Journal of the Business Education, KWASU, 3(1), 71-78.


    1. Salami, S. S., Olom, A. & Utor, J. O. (2011). Factors affecting small scale business performance in Enugu State, Nigeria. Nigerian Vocational Association Journal, 16 (1), 169-175.
    2. Mafikuyomi, J. A., Ojewale, J. A. & Salami, S. S. (2016). Utilization of information and communication technology in teaching business education in colleges of education in Oyo State. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 3(2), 166-174.
    3. Salami, S. S., Mafikuyomi, J. A. &  Lasisi, F. B. (2017). Pedagogical innovation in office technology and management education. A Journal of Faculty of Education. Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu. 2 (2), 209-217.
    4. Salami, S. S. & Mafikuyomi, J. A. (2017). Relationship between achievement need, creativity, perceived relation support and entrepreneurial readiness of business education students in federal college of education, Oyo, Oyo State. International Journal of Educational Foundations and Management, 11 (1), 187-194.
    5. Salami, S. S. & Ogungboyega, S. (2019). Influence of environmental forces on the entrepreneurial readiness of business education students in Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo. TVET Journal, 3(1), 1-10.
    6. Salami, S. S., Adepoju, A. I. & Olore, R. I. (2020). Financial planning and moral modifications for sustaining women entrepreneurial practices in Oyo East Local Government Area. Business Educators Association in Vocational Education Journal, (BEAVE), 8(1), 1-5.   


    1. Salami, S. S. & Olawoyin, R. O. (2018). Intensification of business education programme towards enhancing Nigerian business education graduates productivity in labour market. Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science, 28 (2), 1-7. Retrieved on 20 December 2018,from http://www.journalrepository.org/media/journals/JESBS_68/2018/Dec/Olawoyin_2822015JESBS16990.pdf (International).
    2. Salami, S. S. & Tiamiyu, K. A. (2019). Enhancing quality university education for sustainable development in Nigeria: Private sector roles and challenges. The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 20(2),187-195. Full download available at www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.htm. A Publication of Akamai University, United States (International). 
    3. Salami, S. S., Mafikuyomi, J. A., & Ogundare, T. A. (2020). Competencies required by business education students in acquisition of entrepreneurial skills for job security in Nigeria. The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 21(1), 204-210. Full download available at www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.htm. A Publication of Akamai University, United States (International).
    4. Salami. S.  S.,  Afolabi,  O.  A.,  &  Saifi,  I.  L.  (2020).  Factors  influencing  quality Assurance    Of    Business    Education    programme    in    public    education    colleges    of    Ogun    State, Nigeria. International Business Education Journal, 13, 109-118. https://doi.org/10.37134/ibej.vol13.sp.10.2020 Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/348446539_Factors_Influencing_Quality_Assurance_of_Business_Education_Programme_in_Public_Education_Colleges_of_Ogun_State_Nigeria.
    5. Afolabi, O. A., & Salami, S. S. (2021). Web-Based training in business education: tool for effective teaching in the post-covid-19 era in Kwara State, Nigeria. International Business Education Journal, 14(1), 71-79. https://doi.org/10.37134/ibej.vol14.1.6.2021
    6. Afolabi, O. O; Salami, S. S. & Fawale, A. A. (2021). Business communication skills acquisition required by entrepreneurs for sustainable development in Oyo State, Nigeria. The Journal of Management Theory and Practice (JMTP), 2(1), 38-43. Full download available at https://journal.unisza.edu.my/jmtp/index.php/jmtp/authorDashboard/submission/71 A publication of Pernerbit Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia (International)