BENJAMIN BELLA OLUKA is a Senior
Lecturer, Department of Political and Administrative Studies in the College of Humanities
and Social Sciences, Kampala International University.
zealous in teaching Government and Political to Graduate Students, Introduction
to Government and Politics in Africa top Post Graduate Students and
previously worked in the Uganda government service from 1973 as an Assistant
Secretary in the Uganda Government. A licensed Secondary School Teacher in the Ministry
of Education and Sports. He served as an assistant district commissioner in
east Buganda province in Mukono, Luwero, Masaka, Kyaka-Sub district. He was Senior
Assistant Secretary Research in President’s Office, Principal Assistant
Secretary in the Ministry of Information and broadcasting, Secretary to the Commission
of Violation of Human in Uganda up to 1986.
under Secretary in Finance, Local Government, Prime Minister’s office, and Education
Service Commissioner and rose to the rank of an Undersecretary before
retirement in February 1999.
holds a PhD in Public Administration and Management from Kampala International
University specializing in Public Management Sciences in 2011.
holds a Master Degree in Public Administration and Management from Makerere
University Kampala in 2002. He also holds Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Administration
and Political Science from Makerere University in 1973. He has a certificate in
Administrative Law Course from Uganda Management Institute in 1975.
holds a Diploma in Public Administration from Uganda Management Institute in
1976. He is a holder of various certificates such as Advanced Fundamental
Management Certificate in West Hartland University, Connectut in the USA.
in Budgeting from East and Southern Africa Management Institute (ESAMI).
He has taught in Kampala International
University from 2006 up to the present. At one time he was the Head of
Department of the Department of Public Administration in the faculty of social
sciences in Kampala International University.
married to Joy Mary Oluka (in 1973) with whom they have 7 biological children
(3 boys and 4 girls with other children they brought up. They have over 8
areas of research interest include, Public Science Administration, in Uganda
since independence. The effectiveness of NGOs in the case of developing
countries: The efficacy of Local Governance as a result of Decentralisation in Uganda.
BENJAMIN OLUKA (2016). Prepotency of Needs and Reward Valence of Employeesin the Ministry of Local Governments, Uganda.
KIU Journal of humanities
BENJAMIN OLUKA (2016). The Challenges of a Non-Governmental Organization · during Insurgency in Uganda: A case Study of Vision Teso Rural Development Organization in Kumi District (1986-1994).
KIU Journal of humanities
BENJAMIN OLUKA (2016). Employees'' Needs and Compesnation Strategies in the Ministry of Public Service, Uganda.
KIU Journal of social sciences