Prof. Kennedy Onkware

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Department: Emergency Management Studies

School: Disaster Management and Humaniterian assistance

P.O. Box 190-50100

Kakamega, KENYA

Kakamega-Webuye Road

Office no: ABA  Room 303 A

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Prof. Kennedy Onkware

Prof. Kennedy Onkware is an Associate Professor of Philosophy, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Department of Emergency Management Studies. He studied Bachelor’s Degree at Moi University, Master’s Degree at Kenyatta University and attained PhD from Maseno University. He specializes in Philosophy of Science, Logic and Applied Philosophy. He is the current Dean, School of Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance.

Some of his key published works include: -

  1. Kennedy Onkware & Susan Mbula Kilonzo (2021) “The Adaptability of the Catholic Church’s Amani Mashinani Model in Kenya’s North Rift Conflicts” in International Bulletin of Mission Research, Vol. 5 Issues 2, DOI:
  2. Beatrice Mosiria, Crispinous Iteyo & Kennedy Onkware (2020) “Nature and Extent of Land Disputes in Nandi County, Kenya” International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol. 10 • No. 9 • September 2020 DOI:
  3. Betty Chemutai, Kennedy Onkware &Crispinous Iteyo (2020) “Nature of Student Unrest in Secondary Schools in Kericho County Kenya” International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention, vol. 7, Issue 11. DOI:
  4. Kennedy Onkware, Crispinous Iteyo and Hezekiah Obwoge (2017) “The Logical Status of the Biblical Book of Titus” in IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science e-ISSN 2279-0837
  5. Susan Kilonzo and Kennedy Onkware (2020) “Gendered Conflict Resolution: The Role of Women in Amani Mashinani’s Peacebuiding Processes in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya” in The Journal of Social Encounters,Vol. 4 Issues 1 Available at:
  6. Susan M. Kilonzo, Kennedy Onkware, Pamella A. Oloo & Simon G. Omare. Enhancing the Digital Transformation of African Universities: COVID-19 as Accelerator; Comparing Pedagogy in Kenya’s Public Universities: The Roles of University Managers.


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