Prof. Francis Kasekende

Prof. Francis Kasekende

  • Position: University Secretary
  • +256772-430887/+256702430887


  1. Assist the Vice Chancellor in the administration of the university including the handling of personnel matters, the keeping and maintenance of the university inventory and superintending the management of the university assets in accordance with the university statutes, rules and regulations made under the provisions of the chatter.
  2. The Accounting Officer of the University
  3. Secretary to the University Council and all its committees
  4. Responsible for;
    • the custody of the University Seal
    • issuing letters of appointments made by the University Council
    • communicating decisions of Council
    • Any other duty as assigned by the Vice Chancellor and by the Council
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Recent Refereed Articles after becoming Associate Professorship


  1. Changha G., Otengei S. O. & Kasekende F. (2020): Employee engagement: a mediator between organizational inducements and industry loyalty among workers in the hospitality industry in Uganda, Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism, DOI: 10.1080/15332845.2020.1702869. Link

Recent Refereed Articles after becoming Senior Lecturer and used to apply for Associate Professorship

  1. Matongolo, A., Kasekende, F., Mafabi, S. (2018) “Employer branding and talent retention: perceptions of employees in higher education institutions in Uganda”, Industrial and Commercial Training  Link
  2. Lubogoyi, B., Kasekende, F., Kagaari, J., Ngoma, M., Munene, J. C. and Bakunda, G. (2018) “Stewardship behaviour and perceived goal congruence in local governments in Uganda: The moderating role of collectivism”, Leadership & Organization Development Journal,  39(6), 712-729. Link
  3. Lubogoyi, B., Kasekende, F., Ngoma, M. and Bakunda, G. (2017). Organizational Trust, Collectivism and Goal Congruence in the Delivery of Public Services.  Makerere Business Journal;  13(1), 27-46.
  4. interaction effects. Journal of Management Development ; 36(7), 959-972. Link
  5. Otengei, S., Changha, G., Kasekende, F., and Ntayi, J. M. (2017). Vicarious Experience: A neglected Source of Career Identity among Indigenous Hospitality Graduates in Uganda. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education.
  6. Kasekende, F. (2017). Psychological Contract, Engagement and Employee Discretionary Behaviours: Perspectives from Uganda. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management; 66(7), 896-913. Link
  7. Mafabi, S., Nasiima, S., Muhimbise, E. M., Kasekende, F., and Nakiyonga, C. (2017). The Mediation Role of Intention in Knowledge Sharing Behavior. VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 47(2), 172-193. Link
  8. Ocen, E, Kasekende F.& Angundaru, G. (2017), “The role of training in building employee commitment: the mediating effect of job satisfaction”, European Journal of Training andDevelopment, 41(9), 742-757. Link
  9. Kasekende, F., Munene, J. C.,  Ntayi, J. M. and Ahiauzu, A.  (2016). Building Psychological Contract: The Role of Leader Member Exchanges. Evidence-based HRM: a global forum for empirical scholarship, 4(3), 257-278. Link
  10. Nkurunziza, G., Kasekende, F., Otengei, O. S., Mujabi, S. & Ntayi, J. M. (2016). An Investigation of Key Predictors of Performance of Agricultural Projects in Sub- Saharan Africa: A Case of Uganda. International Journal of Project Management, 43(7), 676 – 691.Link
  11. Kasekende, F., Munene, J.C., Otengei O. S., and Ntayi J. M. (2016). Linking Teacher Competences to Organizational Citizenship Behaviour: The role of empowerment. International Journal of Educational Management, 30(2), 252 – 270. Link
  12. Kasekende, F. and Munene, J. C. (2014). Competence Profiling For Loans Officers in the Banking Sector in Uganda. Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) Scientific Journal – CAPA SJ, 2(1), 45-56.
  13. Otengei, O. S., Changha, G., Kasekende, F. and Ntayi J.M. (2014). Understanding Key Determinants of Brand Loyalty in Full Service Restaurants in Uganda. Advances in Hospitability Tourism Research, 2(2), 79-107.Link
  • Kasekende, F., Munene, J. C., Ntayi, J. M., and Ahiauzu, A. Social Exchanges: Mediator of Perceived Environmental Dynamism and Psychological Contract. Organization Management Journal.
  • Kasekende, F., Munene, J. C., Ntayi, J. M., and Ahiauzu, A. Generational work values: A Precursor to Psychological Contract Management. Public Personnel Management.
  • Kasekende, F., Munene, J. C., Ntayi, J. M., and Ahiauzu, A. Psychological Contract Management: Do Age Cohorts Matter? Career Development International
  • Lubogoyi, B., Kasekende, F., Ngoma, M., Bakunda, M. and Kagaari, J.Monitoring Mechanisms and Task Participation: The Mediating Effect of Personal Responsibility, Public Management Review.


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