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Dr. Yusuf Suleiman

Lecturer I

Biography

Dr. Yusuf Suleiman is an Educational Management Consultant to Success Heritage Modern Academy and currently a Lecturer in the Department of Educational Management and Counselling, Faculty of Education, Al-hikmah University, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. He is also an Adjunct Lecturer with Unicaf University, Nicosia, Cyprus and the Founder/CEO of Yusa’ad Educational Services Limited. He attended College of Education, Ilorin for his Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) in Business Education (Accounting Option) and later proceeded to the University of Ilorin where he bagged both B.Ed. and M.Ed. in Educational Management. Because of his passion for education, he proceeded to the prestigious University Utara Malaysia (An Eminent Management University) where he obtained a Ph.D. in Education (with specialization in management).

Education

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION (With dates):
2014-2017 – University Utara Malaysia
2010-2012 – University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria
2006-2008 – University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria
2001-2003 – Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin, Nigeria

SECONDARY OR TECHNICAL EDUCATION (With dates):
2003-2003 – National Examinations Council (NECO GCE)
1995-2000 – Government Secondary School, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria
1989-1994 – Okesuna Primary School, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS (With dates and granting bodies):
Doctor of Philosophy (Educational Management), Universiti Utara Malaysia (2014-2017)
Master of Education (M.Ed. in Educational Management), University of Ilorin (2010-2012)
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed. in Educational Management), University of Ilorin, (2006-2008)
National Certificate in Education (NCE in Business Education (Accounting Option), Kwara State College of Education (2001-2003).

Publications

Journal Articles
Local
1. Yusuf, S, Mustapha, A.I, Yusuf, L.I., Aliyu, A.L. & Olaide, O.J. (2021). Assessing lecturers’ perceived availability of educational facilities in Nigerian private universities: Evidence from Al-Hikmah University. International Journal of Educational Management, University of Ilorin, Nigeria, 19(1), 201-217.

2. Yusuf, S, Mustapha, A.I, (2021). Time management strategies as determinant of Lecturers’ job performance in colleges of education in Kwara state. International Journal of Educational Management, University of Ilorin, Nigeria, 19(1), 62-75.

3. Abdulkareem, A.Y., Mustapha, I.A. & Yusuf, S. (2020). School based management committee services and quality education in basic schools in Ilorin metropolis, Kwara State. International Journal of Educational Management (IJEM), Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, Volume 18(1), 56-64.
4. Olanrewaju, A.O. & Yusuf, S. (2019). Assessment of Male and Female Achievement in SSCE Further Mathematics in Kwara State, Nigeria: Implication for Educational Managers. Al-Hikmah Journal of Education, Al-Hikmah University, Nigeria, Volume 6 (1), 67-80.

5. Lawal, A.T, Mustapha, A.M., Abogunrin, A.P. & Yusuf, S. (2019). Assessment of Teachers’ Motivation and Job Satisfaction for School Performance in Kogi State, Nigeria. Entrepreneurship Journal of Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, Al-Hikmah University, Nigeria, 6(1), 41-57.

6. Yusuf, S, & Yusuf, A. (2018). Assessment of school facilities maintenance in Kwara State public primary schools: Stakeholders’ perspective. Al-hikmah University Journal of Education, Volume 5 (2), 45-54.

7. Yusuf, S., Yusuf, A.O. & Lawal, A.T. (2019). Motivational Beliefs as Predictors of Entrepreneurial Intentions of Undergraduates of National Open University of Nigeria. Al-Hikmah Journal of Educational Management and Counselling, Al-Hikmah University, Nigeria.

8. Jimoh, R, Adeyemi, A.W, Yusuf, S & Muraina, K.O. (2019). Islamic Pedagogy and Entrepreneurial Skills for Youth Self-Reliance in Nigeria: Implication for Educational Managers. SpringBroad Journal, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria, 10(1), 56-72.

9. Abdulkareem, Y.A, Mustapha, A.I, Yusuf, S, & Yusuf, A.A. (2019). Academic staff retention as a tool for goal achievement in Nigerian private universities. Al-Hikmah Journal of Arts and Social Sciences Education, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria, 1(1), 110-121.

10. Yusuf, S, Tivanny, I, Hameed, O.B & Semiu, O.A. (2019). Promoting digital competence in Spanish secondary school: Indicator for academic performance improvement. Journal of Science, Education, Library and Technology, Al-Hikmah University, Nigeria, 1(1), 129-140.

11. Yusuf, S. & Eddie, I.K. (2019). School administrators and teachers’ adoption of ICT: Panacea for effective secondary school system in Uganda. Journal of Library, Science, Education and Learning Technology, Al-Hikmah University, Volume 1(2), 22-35. http://www.alhikmah.edu.ng/jolselt/index.php/ajemc/article/view/44/25.

12. Mustapha, I.A., Aloba, F.M. & Yusuf, S. (2019). The politics of universal education in Nigeria. Al-Hikmah Journal of Educational Management and Counselling, Al-Hikmah University, Volume 1(2), 43-56.

13. Yusuf, S., Mustapha, A.I., Raji, S.T. & Bello, Z.O. (2021). Impact of covid-19 on budget preparation and preparation in Nigerian private universities: Evidence from Al-Hikmah University. Accepted for Publication in International Journal of Educational Management (IJEM), Department of Educational Management, University of Ilorin in Honour of Prof. D.O. Durosaro.

14. Yusuf, S & Mustapha, A.I. (2021). Access to education: An effective strategy for reducing crime among youths in Ilorin emirate. Accepted for Publication in the Special Edition of Book of Reading of Ilorin Journal, Centre for Ilorin Studies, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.

National
15. Yusuf, S., Mustapha, A.I., Lawal, A.T. & Jimoh, R. (2021). A systematic literature review on entrepreneurship and direction for future research in Nigeria. Advances in Accounting, Management, Business and Economics Journal, Department of Business Administration, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, 1(1), 52-66. https://www.aambejournal.org/index.php/aambej/issue/view/3.

16. Yusuf, S., Kazeem, A.G., Mustapha, A.I. (2021). Issues and Challenges of teachers’ productivity in Nigerian educational system: The way forward. Journal of Public Administration, Kogi State University, 4(1), 319-339.

17. Yusuf, S., Mustapha, A.I., Lawal, A.A. & Lawal, A.A. (2020) Adequate funding: A tool for quality assurance in Nigerian tertiary institutions. Journal of Educational Management, Benue State University, Nigeria, Vol 2(1), 34-52. https://www.bsum.edu.ng/w3/jemContributorsList.php.

18. Yusuf, S., Lasisi, A.K., Famolu, F.B., Mustapha, A.I., & Ayinla, H.T. (2020). Students’ perception of causes and consequences of drug abuse in Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin, Nigeria: Implication for stakeholders. Journal of Educational Thoughts, Institute of Education, Adekunle Ajasin University, Ondo State, Nigeria. Volume 10(1), 188-198.

19. Yusuf, S., Durosaro, D.O., Mustapha, A.I., Yusuf, L.I. & Mohammed, B.I. (2021). Teachers’ perception on change and innovation in secondary school curriculum in Ilorin west Local government area of Kwara state, Nigeria. A Publication of Journal of Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council, 23-45. http://www.asurinerdc.org/?p=3481.

20. Mustapha, A.I., Yusuf, S., Lawal, A.A., Lawal, A.A. (2020). Network analysis: A tool for effective management of educational system in Nigeria. A Publication of Portharcourt Journal of Educational Studies, Department of Educational Foundations, University of Portharcourt, Nigeria, 5(2), 275-285.

21. Yusuf, S; Yusuf, A.A. & Mustapha, A. I. (2020). Effect of globalization on students’ academic performance in Nigerian schools: Implication for stakeholders in education. Porthacourt Journal of Educational Studies, University of Porthacourt, Faculty of Education, 5(1), 1-11. http://www.phajournal-uniport.org/index.php/articles.

22. Aliyu, L.A., Yusuf, S. & Mustapha, A.I. (2020). Principals’ leadership functions and challenges in public senior secondary schools in Nigeria. Journal of Education in Developing Areas, Faculty of Education, University of Portharcourt, Nigeria, Vol. 28(1), 209-232. https://www.journalsplace.org/index.php/JEDA/article/view/248.

23. Mustapha, A.I., Yusuf, S. & Festus, D.M. (2020). Private Public Partnership: A tool for enhancing education in Nigeria. Accepted for Publication in Coal City University Journal of Humanities.

24. Lawal, A.T. & Yusuf, S. (2019). Factors Affecting Women Entrepreneurs Performance in North Central Nigeria. International Journal of Entrepreneurship Studies, University of Abuja, March 2019 Edition.

25. Lawal, A.T, Jatto, A.A. & Yusuf, S. (2019). Nexus between entrepreneurial education and marketing students’ business start-up. Journal of Educational Foundation, University of Jos, Nigeria, Volume 9 (1), 91-100.

26. Yusuf, S., Mustapha, A.I., Raji, S.T. & Bello, Z.O. (2021). An assessment of private investment in secondary education in Nigeria: Evidence based from Kwara State. Accepted for Publication in Journal of Education and Training, Nigerian Institute of Educational Planning Administration (NIEPA), Ondo State in Honour of Prof. D.O. Durosaro.

International
27. Yusuf, S., Oyekunle, R.A., Oladimeji, R.M., Mustapha, A.I. & Nwogu, G.A. (2021). Covid-19 and private schools’ management strategies during lockdown in Nigeria. African Perspectives of Research in Teaching and Learning, University of Limpopo, South Africa, 5(1), 40-54. https://www.ul.ac.za/aportal/application/downloads/Article_5_4_2021.pdf.

28. Muraina, K.O, Yusuf, S & Habibat, B.A. (2021). Effects of indigenous game strategies on academic performance of pupils in numeracy in Ilorin east local government area of kwara state, Nigeria. Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education Nigeria, University of Bahrain, Bahrain, 9(2), 1-10. http://journals.uob.edu.bh.

29. Yusuf, L.I, Yunus, A.F, Mustapha, A.I & Yusuf, S. (2021). Teachers’ collective efficacy as a predictor of students’ academic performance in north central, Nigeria. Multidisciplinary Journal of School of Education, Jesuit University Ignatianum, Krakow, Poland, 10(1), 102-120. https://czasopisma.ignatianum.edu.pl/jpe/issue/view/148.

30. Yusuf, S., Festus, D.M., Yusuf, A.A. & Mustapha, A. I. (2021). Perceived measures for effective implementation of universal basic education programme in Delta State, Nigeria. Journal of Education, Naresuan University, Thailand, 23(2), 76-95. https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/241025.

31. Yusuf, S. (2021). Integrating technopreneurship education in Nigerian universities: An effective strategy for reducing unemployment. Journal of Education and Research, School of Education, Kathmandu University, Nepal.., 11(1), 49-76. . http://kusoed.edu.np/journal/index.php/je/article/view/501.

 

32. Yusuf, S, Razaq, R.A, Molyn, M., Mustapha, A.I. & Olajide, O.J (2021). An assessment of private schools’ management strategies amidst covid-19 lockdown in Nigeria. Accepted for Publication in Skyline Business Journal, Skyline University, United Arab Emirates. 17(21).

33. Yusuf, S., Kamil, A.K., Famolu, F.B. & Mustapha, A.I. (2021). Principals’ perceptions of guidance and counseling services in kwara state secondary schools, Nigeria: Implication for stakeholders. Journal of Multicultural studies in Guidance and Counselling, Journal of Education, University of Education, Indonesia, 5(1), 58-83. http://ejournal.upi.edu/index.php/jomsign.

34. Yusuf, S. (2021). School services as predictors of students’ academic achievement in secondary schools in Ilorin South Local Government Area of Kwara State, Nigeria. International Journal of Studies, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Jawarnepura, Sri-Lanka, 8(1), 11-29. https://journals.sjp.ac.lk/index.php/ijms/article/view/4843.

35. Yusuf, S., Ijaiya, N.Y.S., Mustapha, A.I. & Okwara, U.J. (2020). Issues and challenges facing the supervision of secondary education in Nigeria in 21st century. Journal of Education, Lindenwood University, USA, 7(1), 124-38. https://www.lindenwood.edu/academics/beyond-the-classroom/publications/journal-of-educational-leadership-in-action/all-issues/volume-7-issue-1/issues-and-challenges-facing-supervision-of-secondary-education-in-nigeria-in-the-21st-century/.
36. Yusuf S & Mustapha Adam Ishola (2020). An early assessment of the impact of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic on educational system in Nigeria: Implication for stakeholders. University Education Review, University of Management and Technology, Pakistan, Volume 3(2), 110-126. https://journals.umt.edu.pk/index.php/uer/article/view/1104/538.
37. Abdulrahaman, O. I., Alabi, A.T., Yusuf, S. & Mustapha, A. I. (2020). Information and communication technology (ICT) utilization: A veritable tool for academic staff effectiveness in Nigerian polytechnics. Journal Humanities and Social Sciences, Latvia University Press, Latvia, Volume 28(2), 101-118. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22364/hssl.28.2.

38. Yusuf, S., Akinnubi, O.P. & Mustapha. A.I. (2020). Assessing lecturers’ perception of online teaching initiative in Al-hikmah University, Nigeria: Implication for management. Journal of Bangladesh Army University of Engineering and Technology, 2(2), 167-178. http://journal.bauet.ac.bd/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/22_Article-18.pdf. .

39. Mustapha, A.I., Yusuf. S., Oladimeji, R.M., Lawal, A.A. & Sulyman, K.O. (2020). Emergence of private universities in Nigeria: Challenges and prospects. Asean Entrepreneurship Journal, 6(2), 30-40, University Teknologi Mara, Malaysia. https://aej.uitm.edu.my/view-paper.php?paper=448f7f345d2f76243baee7312151b194.

40. Yusuf, S., Bolaji, H.O., Mutiu, G.A., Mustapha, A.I. & Jimoh, R. (2020). Scale validity and reliability of social media and entrepreneurial skill development among tertiary institution students in Nigeria. Journal of Technology Management and Business, University Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia, Volume 7(1), 10-24. https://publisher.uthm.edu.my/ojs/index.php/jtmb/article/view/5756/3670.

41. Mustapha, A.I., Abdulkareem, A.Y., Yusuf, S. & Lawal, A.A. (2020). Lecturers’ perception of academic staff retention strategies, job satisfaction and goal achievement in private universities in South West, Nigeria. Multidisciplinary Journal of Islamic University, Uganda, 7(2), 45-61.

42. Yusuf, S., & Ibrahim, K.M. (2020). Investigating the plights of Nigerians in diaspora: A case study of Nigerians studying in Malaysian universities. Indonesian Research Journal in Education, Jambi University, Indonesia, 4(1), 223-245. https://www.online-journal.unja.ac.id/irje/article/view/7555.

43. Mustapha, A.I., Yusuf, S., Festus, D.M. & Odefunsho, A.O. (2020). Strategies for effective leadership in Nigerian school system. Amity Journal of Management, Amity University, India, Volume VIII (1), 9-19. https://www.amity.edu/gwalior/ajm/pdf/ajm_v8n1_2.pdf.

44. Yusuf, S, Zahyah, H & Muhajir, T. (2019). Influence of extracurricular services on students’ academic achievement in secondary schools in Kwara State: A qualitative approach. Indonesia Journal of Leaning and Advanced Education, University of Muhammadiyah, Indonesia, Volume 1(2), 1-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.23917/ijolae.v1i2.7766.

45. Abdulkareem, A.Y., Mustapha, A. I. & Yusuf, S. (2019). Relationship Between Academic Staff Job Satisfaction and Goal Achievement in Private Universities in South-West, Nigeria. Accepted for Publication in Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Misamis University, Philippines, 8(1). https://www.multidisciplinaryjournal.com/publication+view+issue.php?edition=13.

46. Jimoh, R., Yusuf, S. & Bolaji, H.O. (2019). Impact of entrepreneurship course on entrepreneurial intention among undergraduate students of Al-Hikmah University. The Islamic University of Indonesia, Asian Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 04 (1), 85-102. https://journal.uii.ac.id/ajie/article/view/12248/8986.

47. Yusuf, S, Jamiu, M.S, Mahmud, A. M & Yusuf A.A. (2019). Teachers’ perceived factors of deviant behavior among secondary school students in Kwara State: Implication for educational managers. International Journal of Synergy and Research, Maria Curie Skłodowska University, Poland. DOI: 10.17951/ijsr.2018.7.123-143.

48. Yusuf, S, Muraina, K.O. & Jamiu, M.S. (2019). Perceived problems of strike action and deviant behaviour in selected higher institutions in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, University of Mathla’ul Anwar Banten, Indonesia, 3(2), 97-106. http://ijec.ejournal.id/index.php/counseling/article/view/78.

49. Muraina, K.O. & Yusuf, S. (2019). Perception assessment of guidance and counseling services among educational stakeholders in selected secondary schools in Oyo State, Nigeria. Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, University of Mathla’ul Anwar Banten, Indonesia, Vol. 3 No. 1, Page: 31-42. http://ijec.ejournal.id/index.php/counseling/article/view/62.

50. Yusuf, S, Yusuf, A.A & Ibrahim, M.A, (2019). Addressing the Factors Responsible for Schooling without Learning in Primary and Secondary Schools in Nigeria. International Journal of Synergy and Research (IJSR), Maria Curie Skłodowska University, Poland. DOI: 10.17951/ijsr.2018.7.161-178. https://journals.umcs.pl/ijsr/article/view/7668.

51. Yusuf, S, Zahyah, H & Muhajir, T. (2019). Principals’ Perception of Health Services in Kwara State Secondary Schools: A Qualitative Approach. International Journal of Synergy and Research (IJSR), Maria Curie Skłodowska University, Poland. DOI: 10.17951/ijsr.2018.7.59-79. https://journals.umcs.pl/ijsr/article/view/7655.

52. Muraina, K.O. & Yusuf, S (2019). Efficacy of emotional intelligence technique and parental social class in fostering vocational development of secondary school students in Gombe, Nigeria. International Journal of Education, University of Pendidikan, Indonesian. doi.org/10.17509/ije.v11i2.14476. https://ejournal.upi.edu/index.php/ije/article/view/14476.

53. Mustapha, A.I., & Yusuf, S (2022). Nexus between Principals’ leadership styles and peace education in secondary schools in Ilorin west local government area of Kwara state. Accepted for Publication in Journal of Education, Naresuan University, Thailand. Volume 24(2).

54. Yusuf, S., Jimoh, A., Sani, I.A. & Yusuf, A. (2018). Application of scientific management principles for effective management of higher institutions in Nigeria. Singaporean Journal of Business, Economics and Management Studies, National Library of Singapore, Vol. 6 (10), 38-47. DOI:10.12816/0052300.

55. Yusuf, S, Zahyah, H & Taslikhan, M. (2018). Role of Principal Supervision on the Relationship between Students’ Personnel Services and Academic Achievement in Secondary Schools: A Preliminary Report. Library Philosophy and Practice E-Journal, University Nebraska-Lincoln. https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1765/.

56. Yusuf, S, Zahyah, H & Taslikhan, M. (2018). Perceived influence of library services on students’ academic achievement in secondary schools in Kwara State, Nigeria. Library Philospophy and Practice E-Journal, University Nebraska-Lincoln (Scopus). https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1744/.

57. Yusuf, S., Hanafi, Z. B., & Taslikhan, M. (2017). Private universities and development of higher education in Nigeria: A mixed methods approach. The Qualitative Report, 22(7), 1848-1879, Nova South Eastern University, USA (Scopus). Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol22/iss7/8).

58. Yusuf, S, Hanafi, Z. B., & Taslikhan, M. (2017). Structural equation modeling of relationship between teachers’ capacity building and students’ academic performance in secondary schools in kwara state, Nigeria. Journal of Quantitative Methods, Volume 1(1). University of Management and Technology (UMT), (ISI) Pakistan.

59. Yusuf, S, Zahyah, H & Taslikhan, M. (2016). The Moderating Effect of Principal’s Supervision on the Relationship between Students’ Personnel Services and Academic Achievement: A Preliminary Report Using Partial Least Square (PLS-SEM) Approach. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences, Lyceum University, Philippines, Vol. 3 No.2, 37-47.

60. Yusuf, S & Jimoh, A. (2018). Infusing Practical Entrepreneurship Model into Secondary School Curriculum in Nigeria. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Enterprise, University Utara Malaysia. http://www.cedi.uum.edu.my/index.php/penerbitan/ijesm.

61. Yusuf, S, Muhammad, I, Sani, A.I, Ale, O.R, Abdulrasheed, J. (2018). Impact of Employees’ Training on Organization Profitability: Implication for Business and Educational Managers. Amity Journal of Training and Development, Amity University, India, Volume 3 (2), 1-16. https://amity.edu/UserFiles/admaa/4391bPaper%201.pdf.

62. Yusuf, S., & Bruce, G. (2020). Evaluation of ICT Models and Learning Theories Related to Technology and their Roles in Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Implication for Stakeholders in Education. Accepted for Publication in Koforidua University, Ghana, 5(1), 2020.

63. Sani I.A, Abdul, S.S, Mohd Shahril, A.R, Yusuf, S & Lawal, A.T. (2018). Relationship between Personality Factors, Group Norm and Counterproductive Work Behavior in Nigerian Universities: The Mediating Role of Ethical Leadership: Amity Journal of Management Review, Amity University, India, 3(2), 16-38. https://amity.edu/UserFiles/admaa/1d28ePaper%202.pdf.

64. Muraina, K.O. & Yusuf, S. (2019). Effects of collaborative learning technique and mathematics anxiety on mathematics learning achievement of secondary school students in Gombe State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of University Education, University Teknologi Mara, Malaysia, Volume 15 (1) 44-58 (Scopus). https://education.uitm.edu.my/ajue/?page_id=295.

65. Yusuf, S, Jimoh, R., Bolaji, H.O., Lawal, A.T. & Yusuf, A.O. (2019). Assessing the Impact of Entrepreneurship Course on Entrepreneurial Intention: A Case Study of Al-Hikmah University Undergraduate Students. Amity Journal of Entrepreneurship, Amity University, India, Volume 4(1). https://amity.edu/UserFiles/admaa/1dad510112.pdf.

66. Yusuf, S, Zahayah, H & Muhajir, T. (2019). Principals’ perceptions on admission services in Kwara state secondary schools, Nigeria. Indonesian Research Journal in Education, Jambi University, Indonesia. https://online-journal.unja.ac.id/irje/article/view/6350. Doi: https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.6350.

67. Olarewaju, A.O., Abdulrauf, T., Yusuf, S. & Muraina, K.O. (2019). Comparative analysis of students’ achievement in senior school certificate further mathematics examinations in Kwara state, Nigeria (2007-2016): Implication for stakeholders in education. Journal of Education and Learning, University of Ahmad Dahlan, Indonesia, Volume 13 (3), 341-348. http://journal.uad.ac.id/index.php/EduLearn/article/view/12874/pdf_352.

68. Anteli, N., Yusuf, S., Bolaji, H.O. & Makinde, S.O. (2019). Role of technology in enhancing teaching and
learning in Cambodian higher institutions: Implication for stakeholders. Indonesian Journal of Science and Education, University Tidar, Indonesia, 3(2), 103-114. http://jurnal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/ijose/article/view/1233.

69. Yusuf, S., Zahyah, H. & Muhajir, T. (2019). Nexus between students’ personnel services and academic achievement in secondary schools, Kwara State, Nigeria: The moderating role of supervision. Amity Journal of Management Research, Amity University, India, Volume 4(1) https://amity.edu/UserFiles/admaa/7b2369703.pdf.

70. Yusuf, S., Ganiyu, M.A., Bolaji, H.O. & Jimoh, A. (2019). Assessing the contribution of Islamic faith-based private university to the advancement of university education in Nigeria: A Case Study of Al-Hikmah University. Amity Journal of Training and Development, Amity University, Volume 4 (1), 30-46. https://amity.edu/UserFiles/admaa/c5a14Paper%203.pdf.

71. Yusuf, S., Mustapha, A.I., Katibi, S, Olajide, J.O. & Olaifa, A.S. (2021). Assessing lecturers’ perceived motivational strategies in Nigerian private universities during covid-19 lockdown: Evidence from Al-Hikmah University. Accepted for Publication in ASEAN Entrepreneurship Journal, University Technology Mara, Malaysia, 7(2).

72. Yusuf, S., Lawal, A.T. & Festus, D.M. (2019). Assessing the relationship between technopreneurship education and business intention among undergraduate students in Kwara state: A partial least square approach. Amity Journal of Entrepreneurship, Amity University, Volume 4 (2). https://amity.edu/UserFiles/admaa/6994f10121.pdf.

73. Mustapha, A.I. & Yusuf, S. (2019). A squawk on examination malpractices in Nigerian schools: Need for stakeholders in education to conquer the menace. Jamia Journal of Education, Volume 6(1), Jamia Millia Islamia University, India.

74. Mustapha, A.I., Yusuf, S. & Aloba, F.M (2019). Conflict management techniques in Nigeria school system. Amity Journal of Management, Amity University, India, Volume 7(2), 15-22. https://www.amity.edu/gwalior/ajm/pdf/PAPER2.pdf.

75. Yusuf, S., Muraina, K.O., & Jamiu, M.S. (2019). Improving guidance and counseling services for effective service delivery in Nigerian secondary schools: Implications for stakeholders in education. University of Education, Faculty of Education, Journal of Multicultural Studies in Guidance and Counselling, 3(1), 75-89. https://ejournal.upi.edu/index.php/JOMSIGN/article/view/19606/10512.

76. Yusuf, S. & Araba, H. (2019). Perceived Causes of Students’ Failure in Mathematics in Junior Secondary Schools in Kwara State: Implication for Educational Managers. International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 6(1), 19-33.

77. Yusuf, S, Zahyah, H & Taslikhan, M. (2016). Relationship between admission, extracurricular services and academic achievement in secondary schools in Kwara state. International Journal of Education and Practice, USA, 7(1), No.8, 2016.

78. Yusuf, S, Zahyah, H, Taslikhan, M. (2016). Modelling the nexus between students’ personnel services and academic achievement in secondary schools. International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics, USA, Vol. 5(2), 82-93.

79. Ajoke, A. Hasan, K & Yusuf, S. (2015). Examining the Use of Proverbs in Teaching English as Second Language: An Implication for Secondary School Principals in Nigeria. ELT VIBES: International E-Journal for Research in ELT. 1(3), 14-28. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/282642590_Examining_the_Use_of_Proverbs_in_Teaching_English_as_Second_Language_An_Implication_for_Secondary_School_Principals_in_Nigeria.