Update on 2nd Draft Programme for the KESSA-Multimedia University of Kenya Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference, June 22-25, 2016 held at Multimedia University of Kenya Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya

We welcome all presenters to this International Interdisciplinary Conference, June 22-25, 2016 held at Multimedia University of Kenya Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya

 

DAY 1 Wednesday, June 22nd 2016

 

  • Arrival and Registration of delegates

 

  • Familiarization and visit to Conference venue

 

  • Checking into hotel rooms

 

  • Distribution of name tags and conference material

 

  • Corrections on the Programme

 

  • Make any announcements and changes

 

  • PowerPoint presentations given to ICT staff for presentation

 

  • Please Register on the first day, June 22, 2016 from 2pm


DAY 2 Thursday, June 23th, 2016

 

Keynote Speakers

 

  • Justus Mbae, Vice Chancellor, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Nairobi, Kenya
  • Winston Akala Jumba, Dean, Faculty of Education, College of Education and External Studies, University of Nairobi, Kenya
  • Kenneth Inyani Simala, Executive Secretary, East African Kiswahili Commission, East African Community (EAC), Arusha, Tanzania
  • Wilson Sossion, Secretary General, Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), Kenya

 

8:00am – 10:30am: Conference Opening and Keynote address

Moderator: Amb. Prof. David Kikaya, United States International University-Africa, Nairobi, Kenya

 

8:00am- 9:00am Registration
9:00am-9:05am

 

Opening Prayer

 

9:05am – 9:15am Welcome remarks from Convenor Prof. Maurice N. Amutabi
9:15am – 9:20am Welcome remarks by Co-Convenor Prof. Abel Mayaka
9:20am – 9:40am Official opening by the Chief Guest, Amb. Prof. Justus Kaberia, Vice Chancellor, Multimedia University of Kenya
9:40am- 10:10am Keynote address by Prof. Justus Mbae, Vice Chancellor, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA)
10:10am – 10:15am

 

Vote of thanks by Dr. Lillian Otieno-Omutoko, University of Nairobi
10:15- 11: 00am Group Photo/Health Break

 


Parallel Sessions

Panel Session A: 11:00am – 1:00pm [Two (2) Hours]

 

Panel A1: Politics, Judiciary, Language Question, Foreign Aid and Development in Africa

Location: Room 1

Chair:  Mumo Nzau

 

Gato Gilbert Semaana, (Bishop Barham University College, Uganda), Maternal Health and the Development of Uganda: A case Study of Kisoro District, Uganda

 

Abaya Angulu Samson (Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria), A Critical Examination of Language Situation in Nigeria and its Impact on National Development, Nigeria

 

Amutabi Maurice, (Africa Interdisciplinary Studies Association- AISA), Transient Nature of Political Parties in Kenya and the Challenge of Building Stable Political Institution and Structures in the Country: Retrospection

 

Paul Adole Ejembi (Islamic University in Uganda), Galvanizing the Realization of the Right of African States to Development under International Law: A Conscionable Desideration or Malapropos

 

Peter M. Karari, (Karatina University, Kenya), Foreign Aid and Development Ethics: A comparative case study of Asia and Africa with a special focus on China, India, and USAID in Kenya

 

Samson R. Akinola, (Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria), Domesticating Democracy for Development Using Community Initiatives in Africa: A Polycentric Planning Perspective

 

Nzau Mumo (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa-CUEA), Bench, Bar and the Bandit Economy: A Critical Analysis of the Kenya’s Judicial System under the 2010 Constitution, Kenya

 

Panel A2: Climate Change, Conflict, Indigenous Knowledge and Development

Location: Room 2

Chair: Christopher Ndlovu,

 

  1. Awoniyi (Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria), Heritage, Culture and Development in Africa: The Nigerian Experience

 

Jonanga Livingstone (Kisii University, Kenya.), Environmental Impact Assessment Process in Kenya: The Green-light for Environmental Destruction

 

Jacob Olusola Bamigbose, (Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria), Conflict Management in Africa: Past and Present.

 

Ebiede, Tonye Marclint, (United States International University-Africa, Kenya) On Paris We Stand?  The Global Climate Change Agreement and Its Implications for Countries in Africa

 

Odero Neychor, (Kendu Bay, Kenya) The Physics Of Carbon Dioxide And Climate Change, The Mango Tree

 

Gibson Nyamato Gisore, (Kenyatta University, Kenya), Legal Aspects o Use of GIS Technology in Kenya

 

Christopher Ndlovu, (Lupane State University), (Sipho Sibanda, Solusi University), Indigenous Knowledge Systems: implications for Agricultural Education in Zimbabwe

 

Panel A3: Higher Education, Teacher Education, Secondary Schools and Development

Location: Room 3

Chair: Lydiah Nganga

 

Olisaemeka Angela Nneka,( (University of Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria) Emotional Intelligence, Academic Self- Efficacy And Braille Use As Predictors Of Academic Achievement Among Secondary School Students With Visual Impairment In Anambra State.

 

Hiire Geoffrey Boaz and Neema-Abooki, (Makerere University, Uganda) History of QA Movement and its Influence in Higher Education,

 

Asiago Dorcah (University Of Nairobi, Kenya), The Challenges Facing Head Teacher’s Role in the Implementation of The School Feeding Programme in Public Primary Schools in Nairobi Province

 

Musepa, M., Luchembe, M and S.N Ng’ambi-Chipalo and Phyllis Inutu Sumbwa, (University of Zambia.), Adult Learning and Instruction: availability, participation and utilization – The case of Chipata district of Eastern province in Zambia

 

Janet K. Mulwa (South Eastern Kenya University) and Jeremiah M. Kalai (University of Nairobi), Principals’ Challenges in use of Suspension as an Alternative Disciplinary Method in Kenya

 

Nancy Mayoyo & Tom Nyangáu (Kisii University, Kenya), An Assessment of The Relationship Between Facebook and Academic Achievement of Kisii University Fourth Year Bachelor Of Education Students.

 

Lydiah Nganga (University of Wyoming, U.S.A.), and John Kambutu (University of Wyoming, U.S.A.), Preparing Teachers for a Globalized World:  An examination of teaching practices in Kenya

 

 

 

 

Panel A4: Teacher Education, Counselling, Research, Science and Development

Location: Room 4

Chair: Lukwago Rashid

 

Phanuel Kisambo Gudi (Kisii University), The effect of mastery of skills of drawing Biology diagrams during the learning of Biology on the learners performance in the subject, Kenya

 

Grace Atemi Ondieki (Kisii University), The State Of Guidance And Counselling and the Impact On Adolescents Drug Abuse In Secondary Schools In Kisii County, Kenya

 

Jacinta Mwende Maweu (University of Nairobi, Kenya) Moulding Self-reliant students by Addressing the Critical thinking gap in Educational reforms in Kenya.
Yahya Ibrahim Harande (Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria), Bibliographic Control through Bibliometrics Approach in Scientific Researches: A literature Review

 

Sr. Elizabeth Piliyesi, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya), Challenges Facing Higher Education in AMECEA Regions with Reference to Malawi

 

Elsabé Wessels & Nolutho Diko, (Mafeking Campus, North-West University-South Africa) Teaching Learner Support Using Real-Life Environment to Enhance Students’ Understanding

Lukwago Rashid and Neema-Abooki, (Makerere University), Pedagogical knowledge and Effectiveness of Academic Staff in the Teaching-Learning Process at Makerere University, Uganda

 

Panel A5: Religion, NGOs, CBAs and non-State Agencies in Development in Africa

Chair: Mastone Mbewe

Location: Room 5

 

Mastone Mbewe, (University of Malawi, Malawi), Exploring the Church’s Contribution to Political Life in Malawi: The Case of Roman Catholic Church.

 

Stephen Kioko David &Michael T. Katola, (Kenyatta University, Kenya), Church and the State: The Church-State Relationship after the Second Liberation Struggle in Kenya

 

Diane Ciekawy (Ohio University, and Athens, USA), A Quest for Prosperity: Kaya as a Mijikenda Faith-Based Development Institution

 

John Musalia, (Western Kentucky University, USA), Membership in Organization, Trust and Health in Kenya

 

Edgar Chemwami Marumbu &Vincent Moracha, (Kisii University, Kenya), Media and the Church in Africa

 

Franca Shiminenge Jando, (Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria), Pentecostalism and Development in Nigeria

 

Gemade, Comfort Kamimi (Benue State University, Makurdi-Nigeria), Climate Change and the Church in Nigeria

 

Panel A6: Engineering, ICT, Media,  Science and Technology In Africa

Location: Room 6

Chair: Abel N. Mayaka

 

Peter Ocholla George Aike and Andrew Hall (Kwadlangezwa, South Africa) Adequacy of satellite derived rainfall data for Rainwater Harvesting Modelling in Mtubatuba Area in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

 

Phenny Mwanga, Abiud Banda, Pritchard Mukuka, Chalusa Chisanga, Maboshe Libati, Hastings M. Libati, Lusungu Ndovi (Copper belt University, Kitwe Zambia), Designing and building a low cost mobile micro sensor for air quality monitoring

 

Matthews Ollyn & Yaone Rapitsenyan, (University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana), Understanding design and user-centered design: Perspectives of the furniture manufacturing industry in Botswana

 

Tirus Muya Maina & Charity Mweru Maina (Murang’a University College and Technical University of Kenya), Kenya towards Mobile Virtue Network Operator: Opportunities and challenges

 

Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha, (University of South Africa- UNISA, South Africa), Forty (40) years on: an informetrics study of Kenya’s health problems since independence

 

Sanele Nocwanya and Justus N. Agumba, (University of Johannesburg, South Africa), Challenges and Benefits of Using Solar Energy in South Africa

 

Abel N. Mayaka, Dickson Andala (Multimedia University of Kenya), Kezia N. Ngugi, Moses Mwangi, (South Eastern Kenya University), Design of an Ecosan Toilet Model for Kenyan Schools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lunch – 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Parallel Sessions B 2:00pm – 3:30pm

 

Panel B1: Radicalization, Security Issues, Borders and Development

Location: Room 1

Chair:  Lenshie, Nsemba Edward

 

Githae, Joan, Fridah Mugo and Janet Kassilly, (Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology-MMUST and University of Nairobi, Kenya), Youth violence-The critical challenge of development in Africa-“A call for family Support”

 

Yongo, David Dura, (Federal University Dutsin-ma, Katsina State.), The Rise of Militant Islam against Western Imperialism: A Critical Challenge to African Development in the 21st Century

 

Linnet Hamasi, (Kisii University, Kenya), Sources, Trends and Influences in Radicalization of Women and Girls: Implications for Security in Kenya

 

Linnet Hamasi, (Kisii University, Kenya), Women, Entrepreneurial Market Networks and Development in northern Kenya: Focus on Elgeyo Marakwet County

 

Wilson Namusi & Simbarashe Namusi, (Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe), An evaluation of the role of the Organ for National Healing, Reconciliation and Integration in post conflict Zimbabwe

 

Linda Piknerova, (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic), Landlocked States and its Relationship to Development

 

Amutabi Maurice, (Africa Interdisciplinary Studies Association- AISA), Migration, Movement, Hybridity and New Identities and Security in Kenya: Political and Social Prognosis of Conflict hotspots

 

Lenshie, Nsemba Edward, (Taraba State University, Jalingo North-East, Nigeria), Igbo Economic Relations and Security Challenges in Northern Nigeria

 

Panel B2: Library, Information Science and Communication Technology

Location: Room 2

Chair:  Kabiru Dahiru Abbas

 

Tirus Muya Maina & Charity Mweru Maina, (Murang’a University College and Technical University of Kenya.), Kenya towards Mobile Virtue Network Operator: Opportunities and challenges

 

Bappah Magaji Abubakar, (Bayero University, and Kano, Nigeria), New Skills and Competencies required by Academic Librarians in the Information: A case of Nigeria.

 

Tirus Muya, Maina James & Ogalo Naomi Mwai, (Kisii University and Technical University of Kenya), The Pedagogical Readiness of Instructors towards Achieving Integration of ICTS in TVET Institutions in Kenya

 

Mugalavai Cynthia Chamwada, (Moi University, Kenya), The roles of records management policy framework at Kakamega County

 

Auwalu Muhammad Giginyu, (Bayero University, Nigeria), Awareness and use of Internet Search Engines by the Students of Kano State Tertiary Institutions

 

Nyakundi James Nyambane, (United States International University-Africa, Kenya) Emerging trends in Library services for Children

 

Jibril Attahiru Alhassan and Cletus Emeka Iloka, (Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria), Effects of Environmental Factors and Staff Attitudes on Students Use of Academic Libraries in Mina, Niger State, Nigeria

 

Kabiru Dahiru Abbas, (Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria), Application of Information and Communication Technologies for the Management of Knowledge and Innovations in Nigerian Agricultural Research Institutes

 

Panel B3: Gender, Feminism, Tourism, Philosophy and Development in Africa

Location: Room 3

Chair: Mohammmed Abubakar Bitagi

 

Gwendolene P. Zenabuin, (University of Buea, Cameroon), Gender Roles and Representation: Women’s Oral Genres in Kedjom

 

Theresia Mdlongwa, (Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe), The Femininity of Poverty and the Post Colony in We Need New Names (2014), Running with Mother (2012) and The Uncertainty of Hope (2006)

 

Amutabi Maurice, (Africa Interdisciplinary Studies Association (AISA) Narratives around Ikhonga Murwe (Crying Stone) Of Kakamega and implications for Tourism Development in Western Kenya Some critical Reflections

 

Mercy Olimba and Edwin Otieno (Marist international college, Kenya), Community Participation in Local Development Projects Sponsored by NGOs and CBOs in Kenya’s Ngong Constituency of Kajiado County, Kenya

 

Erick Thomas Ogwaro, (Kisii University, Kenya), Philosophical Reflection of African Moral, Cultural and Political Organization: A solution to the African Development Crisis

 

Serah Waweru, Bernard Ndonga and Michael Sitawa (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa – CUEA, Kenya), The Benefits of Women Educational Empowerment on Family Stability in Kenya

 

Mohammmed Abubakar Bitagi, (Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria), Availability of Information Resources for Research in Agricultural Research Institutes (ARI) in Nigeria

 

Panel B4: ICT, Quality Assurance, Gender Dynamics, Education and Development

Location: Room 4

Chair:  Kibiwott Kurgat

 

Kimetto Caren Chepkemoi & Felicity Murunga, (Kisii University- Eldoret Campus & University of Eldoret, Kenya), Challenges facing the Implementation of ICT Enhanced Education in Rural Secondary Schools: Case of Kabiyet Sub-County in Nandi County

 

Okeke, Uchenna K. and Ukoh, Edidiong E. (University of Ibadan, Nigeria), The Influence of Locus of Control, Study Habits And Gender on the Academic Achievement of Senior Secondary School Physics Students’ In Ibadan Metropolis

 

Luhamya Aloyce and Neema-Abooki,( Makerere University, Uganda.), Quality Assurance in Higher Education: A case of Absence-of-Problems-Model

 

Moshidi Mary Makgato, (Tshwane University of Technology Pretoria North- South Africa), The basic concepts and educational principles that support lifelong learning: An investigative study of lifelong learning and adult education in South African Institutions

 

Mapako Felix P & Mareva Rugare, (Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe), A study of the dynamics and impact of social networks on teaching and learning: A case of Great Zimbabwe University

 

Peter Sampa, Luchembe, Musonda and Ng’ambi-Chipalo, S. N, (University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia), Adult Learners’ Perception of the University of Zambia Adult Education Programmes on Copperbelt Province of Zambia

 

Kibiwott Kurgat, (Kisii University, Kenya), Academic Freedom and Accreditation of Higher Education in Kenya: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

 

Panel B5: Judiciary, Constitutionalism and Human Rights in Africa

Location: Room 5

Chair: Paul Adole Ejembi

 

Jon Silverman (University of Bedfordshire, UK), The Justice Conundrum: Redressing human rights abuses in Africa

 

Osinibi, Olusegun Michael, (Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria), The Law as a Tool for Ensuring Food Sustainability In Africa: The Need To Abolish Trade Distorting Agricultural Subsidies In A Globalized Economy.

 

Julia Situma, (Kisii University, Eldoret Campus, Kenya), Religious Attitudes Towards Peace and Conflict, and Strategies for Peace

 

Terwase T. Dzeka, (Benue State University Makurdi, Nigeria), Corruption and its Debilitating/Terminal impact on African Development: A Study of Nigeria’s Fourth Republic 1999 – 2015),

 

Boniface Muoka, (Nairobi), The Elusive Quest for National Cohesion and Politics of Reconciliation in Kenya

 

Gyanendra M. Fulzalke and V M More (Swami Ramanand Teerth Maraathwada University, Nanded, Maharashtra, India), Freedom of Religion in India and Role of Supreme Court of India Critical Study

 

Paul Adole Ejembi, (Islamic University in Uganda), Moving From The Margins To The Mainstream: Towards Calibrating The Regional Legal And Regulatory Environment To Shore Up The Promotion And Protection Of The Rights Of Persons With Disabilities Under The Auspices of the African Union

 

Panel B6: Adult Learning, Entrepreneurship Education, Language and Politics in Africa

Location: Room 6

Chair:  Marijani, Ramadhani

 

Moshidi Mary Makgato, (Pretoria North-South Africa), Poverty as the most important socio – economic barrier that affects adult learning and participation in South African context (Tshwane University of Technology)

 

Komi Ahiatroga Hiagbe, (Global Theological Seminary Osu-Accra, Ghana), Of Antelopes and Dancing Squirrels: Cultural Reconstruction for Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Osa D. Egonwa(Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State, Nigeria), Entrepreneurship Education And Africa’s Sustainable Development, Centre For Entrepreneurial Studies.

 

Maurice Amutabi (Interdisciplinary Studies Association (AISA), Fifty years of Kenyatta and Odinga Family in Kenyan Politics and implication for 2017 Elections: Political Analysis, African

 

Kiliku M. Patrick, (The Technical University of Kenya), Celebrating Accelerated Development via the Mother tongue: The Case of Vernacular Mass Media in Kenya

 

Sr. Elizabeth Piliyesi, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya), Education of the Deaf and Blind Children: The Catholic Church’s Transformational Experience in Malawi, Kenya

 

Marijani, Ramadhani, (Tanzania Public Service College), The Quasi –Autonomous Agencies In Limbo: A Case Of Tanzania Employment Services Agency (Taesa) And Recruitment Secretariat (Rs)

 

Health Break

3:30pm – 3:45pm

Parallel Sessions

Panel Session C 3:45pm – 5:00pm

 

Panel C1: Special Needs Education, Media, Poverty Alleviation and Development

Location: Room 1

Chair: Leen Kavulavu

 

Richard Kanyerezi and Neema-Abooki, (Makerere University, Uganda), Institutional Autonomy in Allocation of Funds in Institutions of Higher Learning: A Case of Makerere University, Uganda.

 

Ochieng’ O. K’Olewe, (McDaniel College Westminster, Maryland, USA), Retention of Girls in a Rural Primary School:  Addressing UN Millennium Development Goals

 

Okoli Ifeoma Bibiana and Ezemenaka Emeka Kingsley, (University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria), Security Emergencies in Nigeria: Ordeal for Persons with Special Needs (Visual Impairment)

 

Pascal Odoch, (University Of Lusaka, Zambia), The Critical Role Of School Feeding To Primary Education Outcome – Pupil Performance: The Case Of Kalangala District, Central Uganda, University Of Lusaka, Zambia.

 

Nabunya Kulthum, Kasenene Idris and Neema Abooki, (Makerere University, Uganda), Influence of Human power planning on academic Staff and their service delivery in the College of Education and External Studies at Makerere University, Uganda

 

Florence Boinet, (Kisii University, Kenya), Influence of Instructional Media on Quality Teaching and Learning in Selected Primary Schools in Eldoret

 

Leen Kavulavu, (Karatina University, Kenya), Critical thinking in Kenya Education for Poverty Eradication and Human Development

 

 

 

 

Panel C2: Climate Change, Tourism, Housing and Management of Resources in Africa

Location: Room 2

Chair:    Sikholiwe Dube,

 

Oyaro, Chungo Dominic, (Kisii University, Kenya), The Confound Future Of Climate Change, Environment And Development

 

Michael Sitawa and Jemimah Maitei, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa – CUEA, Kenya), The Effects of Climate Change to the Economic and Cultural Practices of Indigenous Communities: Case of Ilchamus Community in Baringo County, Kenya

 

Ukuma, Teryila Shadrach (Benue State University, Nigeria), Traditional Tiv Performances and Cultural Tourism: The Tsuwe Tsere Dance in Focus

 

Vundi Nason, (St. Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya), An Evaluation of the Community’s Resilience in Coping with the Global Climatic Change: Case of Mwala District, Machakos County

 

Bamidele M. Ogunleye, (Federal University of Technology,  Akure,  Nigeria), Spatial Differentiation of Housing Infrastructure in Akure, Nigeria

 

Jane Kwenye, (Copperbelt University, Zambia), Promoting pro-environmental behaviors among Zambians: The effect of place attachment and loyalty to a natural tourist setting

 

Sikholiwe Dube, (Lupane State University, South Africa), The Role Of Ndebele Or Shona Orature in Health Matters.

 

Panel C3: Nationalism, Planning, Refugees, Security and Conflict in Africa

Location: Room 3

Chair: Sr. Lucy Achieng  

 

Jan Záhořík (Centre of African Studies, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic), Ethiopia and the Oromo Question after Meles Zenawi

 

Barigye Godfrey, (Kabale University, Uganda) Ethnic Politics, Cultural Differences and Geopolitics Greater Lakes Region: The Case of Congolese and Rwandan Refugees in Uganda

 

Lucy Shule, (Centre for Foreign Relations, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), Refugee Dynamics and Tanzania’s Regional Commitment to Resolve Conflicts

 

Bamidele Ogunleye, (Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria) and Adeniran, Y. Olusegun, (Department of Estate Management and Valuation, Shaki East Local Government, Shaki, Oyo State, Nigeria), The Impact of Religiois Camps Development Along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway on Residential Property Values

 

Kirioba Moseh, (Kisii University, Kenya), (Insecurity and Uncertainty in Kenya: Interrogating Community Policing

 

Samson R. Akinola, (Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria), Knowledge Management Economy for Solution Seeking Entrepreneurship in Kenya: Polycentric Planning Strategy

 

Sr. Lucy Achieng, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Kenya), The Role of Higher Education in Curbing Terrorism in Africa

 

Panel C4: Women, Feminism, Health, Social Issues, Banking and Development

Location: Room 4

Chair:  Afaor Dorothy Nguemo

 

Timothy Akampurira, Alice Mbabazi, Peter Nareeba and Annet Kwarija, (Uganda Christian University Mbale, Uganda), The Effect Of Alcoholism on The Welfare Of The Elderly Women In Muhanga Town Council, Kabale District South Western Uganda: A Social Work Analysis

 

Ondara Kiyondi Reuben, (Kisii University, Kenya), The Role Of Women In Development As Depicted In Gusii Secular Pop Music

 

Jackson Keter Kipkemoi and Okello Ayuma Caroline, (Kisii University, Kenya), An Evaluation of challenges facing adoption international financial reporting standards by small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Kenya: A survey of Eldoret Town, Kenya.

 

Olivia Opere, (Kenyatta University, Kenya), The Socio-Economic Implications of Child Labour in Tobacco Farms in Kuria District, Kenya

 

Julia Situma, (Kisii University, Kenya), Emerging Issues Concerning HIV and AIDS and the Church Leaders’ Dilemma in Kenya

 

Samson Ole Kisirkoi, (Maasai Mara University, Kenya), Building a Competitive Organization: The Case of Commercial Banks in Kenya

 

Afaor Dorothy Nguemo (Benue State University, Makurdi-Nigeria), African Feminism Vis – A – Vis Western Feminism, A Critical Bargain in Tiv Nation

 

Panel C5: Dependency, Education, Youth, Resource Management and Development

Location: Room 5

Chair:  Lilian Otieno-Omutoko

 

Agbo, Uchechukwu Johnson, (Federal University Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria) Dependency Syndrome and Obasanjo’s Policy Reforms: 1999-2007

 

Maurice Amutabi (African Interdisciplinary Studies Association, AISA), Economic and Social Cost of Mourning and Burial Ceremonies in Western Kenya: Cost Benefit Analysis and implication for development

 

Felix Olayinka Awogbemi & Nandutu Merab Kimo, (Islamic University of  Uganda & Bugema University, Mbale, Uganda), Effect of Domestic Violence on The Socio-Economic Well-Being of Households in Bungokho Community, Mbale District

 

Kenneth Frank O.  Atieto, (Egerton University, Kenya) Management of I.K. As A Cultural Heritage Resource for Sustainable Development among the Ogiek Community of East Mau Forest Complex

 

Emily Mugasia and Michael Sitawa, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa – CUEA, Kenya), An Assessment of Challenges Faced by Youths Engaging in Agriculture: A Study of Peri-Urban Kiambu in Kenya

 

Sr. Elizabeth Piliyesi, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya), Enhancing Effective Administration at Faculty Level through Shared Leadership in Institutions of Higher Learning

 

Otieno-Omutoko Lillian, Paul A Odundo and Samson Gunga (University Of Nairobi, Kenya), Value Based Education as a Response to Emerging Challenges in Africa: In search of Global Citizenship for a Peaceful World

 

Panel C6: Education, Communication, Religion and Democracy and Development in Africa

Location: Room 6

Chair:  Nanncy Adagala-Ombuya

 

Sammy Mwangi (Karatina University, Kenya), Consociational Democracy and Peace Building in Devolved Systems of Governance in Kenya (2010-2015).

Laban Mgendi Irhene (University of Arusha, Usa-River, Arusha, Tanzania), Lifelong Learning: African Perspective

 

Siru Hameed Tunde & Peace Benson, (Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Nigeria And Kenyatta University, Kenya) Persuasion and/or Manipulation in ‘We Must Remain United’: A 2014 Democracy Day Broadcast By President Goodluck Jonathan

 

Sr. Dr. Justina Ndaita and David Kiprop, (Kisii University, Kenya), An Investigation of Socio-economic Challenges Facing the Youth in the Contemporary Academic World in Githunguri sub-County, Kiambu County, Kenya

 

Naomi Kutto Jebungei, (University of Eldoret, Kenya), Factors Influencing the use of Instructional Technologies in Mosoriot Teacher Training College, Kenya

 

Bernard Chemwei and Billiah Gisore, (Kisii University, Kenya), Relationship Betwwen Institutional Support and Teacher-Educators’ Level of ICT Integration in Instruction in Primary Teacher Training Colleges in Kenya

 

Nanncy Adagala – Ombuya, (Maasai Mara University, Kenya), The Extent to which Effective Communication is practiced among Internal Publics of Privately Owned Secondary Schools: The case of Nairobi County, Kenya

 

 

 

 


DAY 3 Friday 24th JUNE 2015

Plenary Session – 8:00 am – 9:00 am

 

Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Winston Akala Jumba, University of Nairobi, Kenya

Prof. Kenneth Inyani Simala, Executive Secretary, East African Kiswahili Commission

Mr. Wilson Sossion, Secretary-General, KNUT

 

Parallel Sessions – Panels

9:00am– 10:30am

 

Panel D1: Devolution, Corruption, Culture and Development in Africa

Location: Room 1

ChairClaudine Anita Hingston   

 

Lillian Zippora Omosa, (Acadia University, and Canada), Organizational Culture and its Influence on Strategy Implementation: A Case Study of a Non-governmental Organization Educational Studies.

 

John C Mubangizi (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa), A Human Rights-based Approach to Combating Public Procurement Corruption in Africa.

 

Vundi Nason, (St. Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya), Devolution, Power, and Democratization vs Development in Kenya: Where are we going wrong? A Case of Machakos County

 

Terver Akpar, (Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria), The Context And Conflict Of Rural And Urban Development Paradigms – The Dynamics And Politics of Village Versus City Dwellers in Africa

 

Amutabi Maurice, (Interdisciplinary Studies Association -AISA), Recovering History through Lullabies and Singing Games among the Abaluhya of Western Kenya: Revisiting Oral History

 

Agbo, Uchechukwu Johnson, (Federal University Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria), Saving African Development and Interrogating Some Perspectives in Nigeria

 

Claudine Anita Hingston, (Management College of Southern Africa –MANCOSA-South Africa), Rethinking African Leadership: The Need for more female leaders in Africa    Centre for Women Leadership, Durban, South Africa

 


Panel D2: Academic Freedom, Education and Development in Africa

Location: Room 2

Chair:   Bongani Bantwini

 

 Lubega Kajura, George William and Neema-Abook, (Makerere University, Uganda), Challenges to academic freedom and institutional autonomy in Sub-Saharan African Universities: A case of Public Universities in Uganda.

 

Moses Gatambuki Gathigia, George Ogal Ouma, & Titus Karuri Macharia,( Karatina University, Kenya), Conceptual Metaphors in Bertolt Brecht’s Play: “The Caucasian Chalk Circle”

 

Uche Uwaezuoke Okonkwo & Mercy Ekenma Obasi, (Ebonyi State University Abakaliki, Nigeria), Quota System and University Education in Nigeria 1948-2015: Merit or Mediocre?

 

Musonda Luchembe, Peter Sampa and Machila Nisbert (University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia), An Examination of Student Teachers’ Preferences for Continuous Assessment

 

Abdu Kisige and Neema-Abooki, (Makerere University, Uganda), Cross Border Education and its Influence on the Quality of Higher Education

 

Francis Wokabi, (Pwani University, Kilifi, Kenya), Criticality, Creativity and Entrepreneurship: The Link Between Learning and Development in the 21st Century

 

Bongani Bantwini (North West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa), Is there interface and culture of collaboration among various levels in the education system in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa?

 

Panel D3: Migration, Terrorism, Security, Leadership, Peace and Conflict in Africa

Location: Room 3

Chair: Gilbert Kansiime Arinaitwe

 

Mastone Mbewe (University of Malawi, Malawi), Exploring the Lived Experiences of Refugees who settle Outside Dzaleka Camp in Malawi: A Phenomenological Approach.

 

Ogunleye Adetunbi Richard, (Adekunle Ajasin University,Akungba-Akoko Ondo State,Nigeria), Conflict, Violence and Development in Africa: The Nigerian: Experience.

 

Bonface Muoka, (Nairobi, Kenya), Fighting With Shadow: The Dilemma of War on Terrorism

 

Kasena Musaku Bandoma, (College of Business Education – CBE), Tanzania), Child Hawking and its Impacts on school Attendances of children in Mbeya City-Tanzania

 

Linda Piknerova, (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic), Landlocked States and its Relationship to Development

 

George A. Genyi, (Federal University, Lafia, Nigeria), Africa’s Stalled Development: The Leadership Challenge

 

Gilbert Kansiime Arinaitwe, (Bishop Barham University College, Kabale, Constitute College of Uganda Christian University, Uganda), Forced Migrations and Social Security in Cities: Theoretical Analysis

 

Panel D4: Health, Higher Education, Lifelong Learning and Development 

Location: Room 4

Chair:  Joe M. Mwinzi

 

Afusat Olanike Busari, (University of Ibadan, Nigeria), A Study Of Academic Stress among Teachers in Training in Special Education in Relation to their Core Life Skills

 

Josephine Waeni Bernard, (Mount Kenya University, Kenya), Curriculum  Adaptation for the Management of Learners with Hearing Impairment in Regular Public Primary Schools in Kajiado County, Central Sub County

 

Asaaju, Olayemi Aderokun, (Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Nigeria), Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes and Beliefs Towards and about Reproductive Health for the Future we want in Africa

 

Joe M. Mwinzi, (University of Nairobi, Kenya), Reconceptualising Research Methodology in Philosophy of Education

 

Lukwago Rashid and Neema-Abooki, (Makerere University, Uganda), Quality Assurance and the Application of Legitimacy Model in Higher Education Institutions

 

Nthiga Purity, (Kenyatta University, Kenya), Rethinking the Role of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning in Development: Insights from Somaliland

 

Joe M. Mwinzi, (University of Nairobi, Kenya), Towards the Africanisation of Teacher Education: A Critical Reflection

 

Panel D5: Agriculture, Marginalization and Urban and Rural Development.

Location: Room 5

Chair: Pius Kakai Wanyonyi

 

Sean Patrick Asiimwe, (Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands), Peasantry Struggles and Agriculture Modernisation in Uganda: The failed attempt at agriculture transformation for development

 

Terver Akpar, (Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria), The Context and Conflict Of Rural And Urban Development Paradigms – The Dynamics And Politics of Village Versus City Dwellers in Africa

 

Tumwebaze Joshua, (Uganda Christian University, Uganda), Poverty, Deprivation and Vulnerability

 

Linnet Hamasi, (Kisii University, Kenya), Gender, Space, Agency and Voice in negotiating sustainable development in northern Kenya

 

Sophia Moraa Bironga, ( Kenya Technical Trainers College), Gender Difference in Paternal Involvement in Pupil’s Education and Academic Achievement Among Primary School Pupils in Nairobi County, Kenya

 

Oyekale, Abayomi Samuel (North-West University Mafikeng Campus, South Africa), Occupational Health Hazards, Stress and Self-Reported Hypertension among Food Crop Farmers in South Western Nigeria

 

Pius Kakai Wanyonyi, (Kenyatta University, Kenya), The Paradox of Development: The Story of Webuye Pan African Paper Mills

 

Panel D6: Climate Change, Culture, Education, Health, Politics and Rural Development

Location: Room 6

Chair: Pamela Wadende,

 

Michael Sitawa and Jemimah Maitei, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa – CUEA, Kenya), The Effects of Climate Change to the Economic and Cultural Practices of Indigenous Communities: Case of Ilchamus Community in Baringo County, Kenya

 

Ombogo Marwanga, (Kisii University, Kenya), Influence of Social Franchising Business Model on Uptake of Family Planning Services: A Survey of Tunza Family Health Network in Nyanza, Kenya

 

Maurice Amutabi, (African Interdisciplinary Studies Association (AISA). Four years of Devolution and Scramble for Gubernatorial Posts in Kenya: Some Informed Reflections

 

Langtone Maunganidze and Kanana E. Murungi (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya), Rural elites as assets and liabilities for rural development in Africa: case of Kenya and Zimbabwe

 

Oowo, Joy Ejembi, (Islamic University in Uganda, Kampala Campus, Uganda), Discrimination against Women in the Work Place: Focus on Nigeria

 

Lewis Ngesu, Brenda Khanani and Lydiah Wachira (University of Nairobi, Kenya), Relationship between parenting styles and students indiscipline: the naked truth

 

Pamela Wadende, (Kisii University, Kenya), The Edu-Environmental nexus in emerging patterns of health seeking behavior in Kenya’s Kericho County

 Health Break – 11:00am – 11:15pm

 

Panel Session E 11:15am-12:45pm

 

Panel E1: Devolution, Gender, Entrepreneurship Education and Sustainable Development

Location: Room 1

Chair:  Susan Khasenye Wasike

 

Osa D. Egonwa, (Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies Delta State University, Nigeria), Entrepreneurship Education and Africa’s Sustainable Development

 

Ondara Kiyondi Reuben, (Kisii University, Kenya), Politics and the Language Question in Kenya: the Case of Sheng’

 

Mercy Olimba (Marist International University College, Constituent College of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa-CUEA), Informal settlements and Insecurity in Kenya: A case study of Kibera

 

Betty N. Mategeko (Kabale University, Uganda), Domestic Violence and Women’s rights in Contemporary Society: The case of Kabale District, Uganda

 

Asaaju, Olayemi Aderokun, (Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Nigeria), Students’ Gender as a correlate of their attitudes and beliefs toward and about school subjects in Lagos Stage, Nigeria

 

Yesigomwe Aggrey, (Bishop Barham University College, Uganda), Gender Inclusiveness in Learning and Teaching of Science Mathematics and Technology

 

Susan Khasenye Wasike, (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa-CUEA), Contemporary Leadership is the Delegation of Responsibility and Authority

 

Panel E2: Xenophobia, International Relations, Refugees and Conflict in Africa

Location: Room 2

Chair: Lucy Shule

 

Oni Oladapo Isaac (University of Ibadan, Nigeria), Insecurity and Xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

 

Amugune Donald (Kisii University. Kenya), Border Conflicts on Development in Kenya: A case of Kilingili Market Vihiga and Kakamega Counties

 

Abubakar Mohammed Sambo, Muhammad Fuad & Othman Rusdi Omar, (Affiliation missing), Conflict and Intervention in Ecowas Sub-Region:Fourty Years After ‘Integration What Next?’

 

Selly Amutabi (United States International University-USIU-Africa, Kenya), Kenya-Uganda Relations: Past and Present Engagements

 

Heri Ryanga, (University of Nairobi, Kenya), Women and Conflict in Mt. Elgon: Assessing Rape as a Weaponing Armed Conflict, 2006 – 2008

 

Cleopas Mbugua (Kisii University, Kenya), Milcah Ajuoga (St Paul’s University, Kenya). Enhancing security in East, West and Central Africa States, through Regional Organisations

 

Lucy Shule, (Centre for Foreign Relations, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), Refugee Dynamics and Tanzania’s Regional Commitment to Resolve Conflicts

 

Panel E3: Education Reforms, Exams and Development in Africa

Location: Room 3

Chair:  Aggrey Asitiba Okutu

 

Nabunya Kulthum and Neema-Abook, (Makerere University) Resource Input Model and its effect on quality of education in Makerere University, Uganda

 

Onjoro Veronica,(Mount Kenya University)Who is Cheating in Exams, is it the Parents ,the Teachers or the students in Kenya. The Case of Cheating in Exams in Kenya and Its implications in the society

 

Bongani Bantwini, (North West University, and Potchefstroom, South Africa) Teachers Caught between educational accountability reforms and political pressure: Is there a way out/forward?

 

David Kiprop and Justina Ndaita (kisii University, Kenya), Constraints Hindering Smooth Implementation of Financial Income Generating Projects in Secondary Schools in Nandi County, Kenya

 

Beatrice Tayo Ajayi (Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, Ondo State, Nigeria), and Dzever Linus Terry (University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria), Perceived Challenges to the Development and Expansion of Open Education Resources of Distance Learning Programme in Nigeria

 

Tangi Felista and Daniel Onyango (St Augustine University Of Tanzania), Influence of Supervision and learning materials on effectiveness of group discussions as a learning strategy in Higher Education Institution: A case of St. Augustine University of Tanzania

 

Aggrey Asitiba Okutu, (Kisii University, Kenya) Assessment of Kenya’s Realization of EFA Goals – 2015, A    Case of West Pokot County, Kenya

 

 

 

 

 

Panel E4: Gender, Language, Sexual Abuse and Newspaper reporting in Africa

Location: Room 4

Chair: Gabriel Jattani Tolosa

 

Nthiga M. Purity, Kiguru Gatitu & Emily, A. Ogutu, (Kenyatta University, Nairobi) Deal or Duel: A Frame Analysis of Kenyan Newspapers’ Reporting on the Tenth World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference, Nairobi, and December 2015.

 

Wade Zack Ver, (Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria).Emerging Trends in Nigerian Folk Songs: An Appraisal of Tiv Political Songs

 

Sarah Chelimo and Jayne Odhiambo Otwack, (Kisii University, Eldoret Campus, Kenya), Challenges facing gender dynamics as an economic and political force in Kenya

 

Ezekiel Mbitha Mwenzwa (Karatina University, Kenya) A Theoretical Raison d’être of Gender Modelling and Personality Development: Implications on Development.

 

Hamisi Babusa, (Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya), Language Colonization in Africa: How Can we Liberate Ourselves

 

Wasike David Misiko, (Kibabii University, Kenya), Role of Vernacular Languages Used on FM Radion Stations on Development of Communities in Kenya

 

Gabriel Jattani Tolosa and  Karanja Elizabeth Muhito (Mount Kenya University, Kenya), The Role Of Public awareness and Police Public Relations in Curbing Child Sexual Abuse: A Case of Mshomoroni Estate in Kisauni Sub-County, Mombasa County

 

Panel E5: Trade, Governance, Rights, Boda Boda and Development in Africa

Location: Room 5

Chair: Oliver Tersoo Agundu

 

Chengetai E. Hamadziripi, (Midlands State University, Zimbabwe), A Common Competition Policy for the Tripartite Free Trade Area: Chartering the Way forward.

 

Esther N. Ndungu & David N. Gaitungu, (Jomo Kenyatta University of Science and Technology (JKUAT, Kenya), Socio-Economic Implications of the Ban of commercial Motorcycle (Boda Boda) Operations in Nairobi CBD

 

Veronica Onjoro, (Mount Kenya University, Kenya), Discourse on Boda Boda (Bicycles and Motorcycle Taxis) Transport in Kenya: Potential, Prospects and Challenges for Operators

 

Fineman, Guy Goyei (USIU-A, Kenya), Democratization and Foreign Policy-Making: Examining the Role of Parliament in Africa’s Emerging Democracies

 

Linnet Hamasi, (Kisii University, Kenya), Women and Land Rights among Pastoral Ethnic Groups of northern Kenya

 

Linnet Hamasi, (Kisii University, Kenya), Tourism Potential in Elgeyo Marakwet County and prospects for Development

 

Gibson Nyamato Gisore, (Kenyatta University, Kenya), Judiciary, Constitutionalism and Human Rights in Kenya

 

Oliver Tersoo Agundu,(Benue State University, Nigeria) Neo-Liberalism and African Search for A Development Model In The Age Of Economic Fundamentalism.

 

Panel E6: Religion, NGOs Civil Society and non-State Agencies in Development in Africa.

Location: Room 6

Chair:  Medard Rugyendo

 

Paul Wachiuri & Edgar Marumbu, (Kisii University, Kenya) Radicalization, Islam And Christianity in Africa.

 

Gilbert Kansiime Arinaitwe, (Bishop Barham University College – Kabale, Constitute College of Uganda Christian University-Uganda) Social Work Administration and Policy Analysis: Theoretical Perspectives

 

Julius Omona, (Makerere University, Uganda), Donor driven Social services for the vulnerable people in Africa: A case of social protection of the disabled in Uganda

 

Daniel Ogachi Oigo (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, JKUAT)), .Ratio Analysis and listed company performance

 

Wilkins Ndege Muhingi,(Kisii University, Kenya) Civil Society and Development: Focus on Africa. Sabas Kimani (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, CUEA, Kenya),Religion and environment issues

 

Amutabi N. Maurice, (Africa Interdisciplinary Studies Association- AISA, Kenya), Chinese Interests and Creation of Confucius Institutes in Kenya: Deconstructing Philanthropic and Imperial Turns in the Narratives

 

Medard Rugyendo (World Bishop Barham University College, Uganda) The Bible-based environmental conservation for the 21st Century

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lunch – 12:45pm – 2:00pm

 

Panel Session F 2:00pm– 3:30pm

 

Panel F1: Mining, Construction, Waste Management, Politics and Development

Location:  Room 1

Chair:  Akinrinlewo, Adepeju Mariam

 

Ronald Ngulube, Rajendra Agrawal, Stephen B. Mulenga, Francis Zambika and Barry Kalumba (Copperbelt University, Kitwe, Zambia), Improvement of Acid Soluble Copper Recovery in Tailings Leach Plant at Konkola Copper Mine Plc, Zambia

 

Peter Tengaa, (College of Business Education CBE, Mbeya campus, Tanzania) Causes and Effects of Improper Solid Waste Management Case of Songea region

 

Asiru Hameed Tunde & Peace Benson (Kenyatta University) (Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina Nigeria), Persuasion and/Or Manipulation In ‘We Must Remain United’: A 2014 Democracy Day Broadcast By President Goodluck Jonathan)

 

Linnet Hamasi, (Kisii University, Kenya), Peasants and politics in Africa: Implications for Development

 

Lillian Zippora Omosa, (Acadia University, Canada), Organizational Culture and its Influence on Strategy Implementation: A Case Study of a Non-governmental Organization Educational Studies

 

Portia T. Mphego and Justus N. Agumba, (University of Johannesburg, Kenya), Investigating the Effects of Delay in Construction of Projects: A Case of Gauteng

 

Akinrinlewo, Adepeju Mariam, (Hallmark University, Ogun State Nigeria) Modality and Credibility in the First Inaugural Speech of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

 

Panel F2: Social Networks, Drugs, Counselling, Corruption and Development

Location:  Room 2

Chair:  Audax B. Kweyamba

 

Mapako Felix P & Mareva Rugare (Great Zimbabwe University, Zimbabwe) A study of the dynamics and impact of social networks on teaching and learning: A case of Great Zimbabwe University

 

Felicity Murunga & Chebii J. Chebiwot (University of Eldoret and Kisii University) Which Way Africa? New Pedagogies

 

Grace Atemi Ondieki (Kisii University, Kenya) The State Of Guidance And Counseling And The Impact On Adolescents Drug Abuse In Secondary Schools In Kisii County

 

Bosire Monari Mwebi & JoAnne MacDonald, Preparing Teachers and Nurses for 21st Century Competencies: Canadian Experience, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada.

 

Oowo, Joy Ejembi, (Islamic University in Uganda, Kampala Campus, Uganda), Discrimination Against Women in the Work Place: Focus on Nigeria

 

Joseph Nzau Musyoka, (Kenyatta University, Kenya), Alcohol Use and Abuse: An Ethical Issue in Development in Kenya

 

Kweyamba B. Audax, (University of Dar es Salaam), The imperative of confronting Corruption as governance and moral issue in Tanzania: Department of Political science and public Administration

 

Panel F3: Labour, Teaching, Nursing and Secondary Schools in Development

Location: Room 3

Chair:  Katamba Abubakar Saka

 

Jane Machyo, (Uganda Christian University, Uganda), Universities Deliverables and Employee Expectations in   Eastern Uganda

 

Lubega Kajura, George William and Neema-Abooki, (Makerere University, Uganda), The challenges facing research management in Sub-Sahara African Universities.

 

Bosire Monari Mwebi & JoAnne MacDonald (St. Francis Xavier University, Canada) Preparing Teachers and Nurses for 21st Century Competencies: Canadian Experience, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada.

 

Asiko Abigael and Julia Enoi (Catholic University Of Eastern Africa, Kenya),Influence of Parental Alcohol consumption on children’s Welfare in Kwanza Ward, Trans Nzoia, Kenya

 

Marlion Onyambu, (Kisii University, Kenya), Factors Affecting Academic Achievement of Day Secondary School Students in Eldoret Municipality

 

Mwanaidi Shafii Msuya, (College of Business Education, CBE- Tanzania), Self-Employment: Developing Mind-Set for College Students

 

Katamba Abubakar Saka, (Federal University of Technology, Minna – Nigeria), Interactive Effect of Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Gender and Educational Qualification on Job Performance of Library Personnel in Universities in North-Central, Nigeria

 

 

 

 

 

Panel F4: Management of Resources, Education and Development in Africa

Location: Room 4

Chair:   Lydia Kivuva,

 

Sylvia Atoko, (University Of Lusaka, Zambia),The Relationship between Human Resource Practices and Organizational Commitment.

 

William Adams Twayigize (University of New England, Australia), Preventing Africa’s Resource Curse through Indigenous Community Participation: A Case Study of Turkana Oil Exploitation in Kenya.

 

Tapiwanashe Mutonhori, (Great Zimbabwe University) Cultural Dialectics in Sustainable Resource Management in Zimbabwe: The Role of Karanga Culture in the Resource Management Matrix.

 

Evans Vidija Sagwa (Technical University of Kenya) and Appolonius Shitiabai Kembu, (Mount Kenya University), Influence of Human Resource Management Practices on Competitive Strategy: A Study of Deposit Taking Saccos in Nairobi County, Kenya.

 

Langtone Maunganidze, (University of Botswana, Botswana), Feeding from natural resource management (NRM)-related conflicts: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa

 

David Misiko Wasike, (Kibabii University, Kenya) and Julia Situma, (Kisii University, Kenya), The Challenge of Examination Malpractices in Institutions of Higher Learning in Kenya

 

Lydia Kivuva, (Cooperative University of Kenya), Evaluation of the drought Mitigation and response strategies in Makueni County, Kenya

 

Panel F5: Corruption, Education, Quality Assurance, Devolution and Development

Location:  Room 5

Chair:  Ujeyo Margaret Stella

 

Ekundayo Lawrence Olabode, (Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria) Corruption in Africa: Nigeria as A Case Study

 

Moses Gatambuki Gathigia, George Ogal Ouma., & Titus Karuri Macharia, (Karatina University, Kenya), Conceptual Metaphors in Bertolt Brecht’s Play: The Caucasian Chalk Circle

 

Veronica Onjoro, (Mount Kenya University, Kenya), Are menses a hindrance to Kenyan girls education?

 

Ujeyo Margaret Stella and Neema-Abooki, Approaches to Effective Quality Assurance Strategy in Higher Education Institutions, Makerere University, Uganda

 

Daniel Ogachi Oigo (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, JKUAT)), and Abigael Asiko Kutwa (Kisii University), Improving youth livelihood through small holder farming

 

Nabiswa  M. Wasike, (University of Nairobi, Kenya), Challenges to the education of Muslim Children in Kenya: The case of North Eastern Region

 

Kebenei P. J, Cherotich M.G & Busienei A. C, (University of Nairobi, Kenya) Influence of Devolved Government on instructors’ Motivation in Vocational Training Institutes: A case study of Bomet County

 

Panel F6: Leadership, Environment, Higher Education and Politics

Location:  Room 6

Chair: 

 

Judah Ndiku, Pamella Buhere, Aliva Luvaso, Christopher Omusula & Lorna Nakera (Masinde Muliro University-Kenya) African Leadership Academy: A New Paradigm Shift in Leadership and Governance in Africa.

 

Patrick M Dikirr, (The Technical University of Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya), Transforming Africa: From Initiating People-Centred Political Culture to Cultivating Environmental Literacy.

 

Amutabi Maurice, (Africa Interdisciplinary Studies Association-AISA), Pius Masinde Muliro and Kenya’s Interrogating his patriotism and Nationalists Credentials

 

Laban Mgendi Irhene (University of Arusha, Usa-River, Arusha, Tanzania), Academic Integrity, Accountability and Ethics in Higher Education

 

Sr. Justina S. Ndaita, (Kisii University, Kenya), Fostering Principals’ Pedagogical role through enhancing sound instructional quality assurance leadership in improving performance in secondary schools in Kitui West District, Kenya

 

Cleopas Mbugua (Kisii University, Kenya), Milcah Ajuoga (St Paul’s University, Kenya). Curriculum Development and Implementation: The Kenyan Case.

 

Misozi Daka and Wizaso Munthali (Copperbelt University, Kitwe, Zambia), E-Waste Generation and Management an Institutional Approach: A Case Study of the Copperbelt University, Zambia


Conference Closing Ceremony:

 

 

MC: Dr. Mumo Nzau

 

3:45pm4.00pm   :   Closing Remarks & Way Forward from the Chair, Conference Organizing

Committee: Prof. Maurice N. Amutabi, PhD

 

4:00pm-4:15pm   :   Official Closing

 

4.15pm  – 4.30 pm : Vote of Thanks by Representatives of  Delegates

 

4:30 pm4:35pm   :   Vote of Thanks from Prof. (Eng.) Abel Mayaka, PhD

 

4:35pm-5:00pm    :   Issuing of Certificates of Participation

 

 

 

 

 


DAY 4

 

SATURDAY 25TH JUNE 2016

 

 

  • FIELD EXCURSION IN NAIROBI, KENYA
  • The Giraffe Centre, where you will have a chance to have giraffes feed from your hands
  • The Bomas of Kenya, to sample cultures of Kenyan communities
  • Maasai Market, to sample products made by Maasai craftsmen and craftswomen
  • Typical Maasai Village and Manyatta (traditional hut)
  • Kenya National Assembly
  • Freedom square established by Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai
  • Mausoleum of first President Jomo Kenyatta

 

  • END OF CONFERENCE

 

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About African Interdisciplinary Studies Association Website

Prof. Maurice Nyamanga Amutabi is President of African Interdisciplinary Studies Association (AISA), a pioneer professional associaiton bringing together members from all disciplines in Africa and abroad. He is a former Fulbright Scholar who previously worked as Deputy Vice Chancellor at Kisii University and also Director of Research and Professor in Peace and Strategic Studies at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), 2010-2013. He has previously taught at Central Washington University, USA (2005-2010) in African Studies Programme and Moi University (1992-2000) in the Department of Development Studies and other public universities in Kenya. Prof. Amutabi holds a PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA in History and African Studies. He received his B.A (Hons) in 1989 in Political Science and History and M.A in 1991 from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Maurice Amutabi is co-editor of Regime Change and Succession Politics in Africa: Five Decades of Misrule (with Shadrack Wanjala Nasong’o) – in 2013. Amutabi also co-edited Africa after Fifty Years: Retrospections and Reflections (with Toyin Falola and Sylvester Gundona) in 2012. Amutabi is the author of The NGO Factor in Africa: The Case of Arrested Development in Kenya (New York: Routledge, 2006). Amutabi is co-author of Nationalism and Democracy for People-Centered Development in Africa (Moi University Press, 2000). He has also co-authored Foundations of Adult Education in Africa (Cape Town/Hamburg: Pearson/UNESCO, 2005). He has written two novels, Because of Honor (a novel on Islam in Africa) and These Good People (a novel on corruption in Africa). Amutabi is also the author of Nakhamuma Stories (a collection of short stories from the Abaluyia community of western Kenya). His chapters have appeared in over thirty books. His articles have appeared in several refereed and reputable journals such as African Studies Review, African Contemporary Cultural Studies, Canadian Journal of African Studies, International Journal of Educational Development; and Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Amutabi has made presentations at over one hundred national and international conferences. Amutabi is the Vice-President of the Kenya Studies and Scholars’ Association (KESSA), Kenya’s premier research and academic organization. He is the editor-in-chief of Kenya Studies Review and Eastern Africa Journal of Humanities and Sciences. Prof. Amutabi has conducted extensive research on many issues of development. He has taught courses on peace and conflict and gender and development. He teaches in the PhD and Masters Programme in the Institute of Peace and Security Studies at Kisii University. He enjoys blogging and writing and is an avid sports fan, but does not support any of team, preferring to support the team that plays well.
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