KAZEEM, Kolawole Lateef


KAZEEM, Kolawole Lateef



Kazeem Kolawole Lateef is an Assistance Lecturer teaches Sociology in the Department of Sociology and Industrial Relations, College of Management and Social Sciences, Fountain University, Osogbo, Nigeria. He received first and second degrees in Sociology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Following which he pursued a career in Humanitarian Services through Nigerian Red Cross Society where he rose to become Chief Executive Officer/ Branch Secretary, Oyo State Branch. He is a Professional Trainer on First Aid Management; Psychosocial Support/ Trauma Management awarded by the Psychosocial Support Reference Center Copenhagen, Denmark and Trainer in Disaster Management awarded by the International Committee of Red Cross and Red Crescent (ICRC). He had both local and international training on first aid health care, disaster management and emergency safer access.  He is currently a Ph.D. Student in the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.


  • M.Sc. (Sociology)
  • B.Sc. (Sociology)

Selected Publications

  • Kazeem L. K and Olusegun F. L (2019) Perceived Health Risks and Continued Patronage of Untrained Birth Attendants for Rural Women in Iseyin: Osun Sociological Review, Vol.5 No. 2 (237-255)
  • • Kazeem K. L (2022) Herbal Treatment of Malaria in Iseyin, Nigeria in Olusegun F. L and Dauda A. B. (EDS) indigenous Knowledge Practice in Contemporary Nigerian Society. Department of Sociology, Fountain University Osogbo. Chapter 7 pg.: 112 - 130