Prof. Ogunjimi graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife, Nigeria with Doctor of Philosophy in agricultural extension and rural sociology in 2011, Master of science in 2002 and Bachelor of Agriculture in 1991 (Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology).
He have worked as a community facilitator in the World Bank Project (National Fasdama Development Project in Osun State, Nigeria) between 2008 and 2011.
Presently, he lectures in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria.
He have published many scientific papers in reputable international and local journals. He have also attended several international and local conferences where he made presentations. He is a member of several local and international associations such as the International Society of Environmental and Rural Development, Rural Sociological Society, USA, International Rural Sociological Association, International Sociological Association and Nigeria Rural Sociological Association and Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria.
His area of research interest includes agricultural extension communication, programme planning, and evaluation.
He have carried out research in the following areas; knowledge level of cocoa farmers on the precautionary measures of agro-chemical usage, sustainable livelihood coping strategies among cocoa farmers during offseasons, evaluation of the effectiveness of improved cassava production technologies among cassava farmers, gender and climate change studies, gender and information and communication technology.
He is presently conducting research on the participation of physically challenged people (PCP) in the agricultural value chain as a means of food sustainability in Nigeria.