This research utilized a cross-sectional data collection technique. While most of the participants were early adolescents, a representative target population was drawn from various high schools of grade 9-12. The selection criteria deployed thereof was based on the opinion of peer counselors in the chosen schools.
Using the Fischer Andrew sampling technique, a randomized sample of 80 respondents was drawn from the target population. By means of simple structured questionnaires and interviews, the study collected both quantitative and qualitative data (Mugenda and Mugenda, 1999) on sexual activities of adolescents. Consequently, the data was analyzed using Scientific Package for Social Scientists (SPSS) and thereafter discussed and presented in tables and graphs.