About the Journal


Islamic University Multidisciplinary Journal (IUMJ) formerly known as Islamic University Journal (IUJ) is an open access international double-blinded peer-reviewed journal. It is published quarterly (March, June, September and December) both online and in prints by the Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU), all rights reserved. The IUMJ is indexed and cross referenced.

The IUMJ, welcomes, accepts and acknowledges high quality theoretical and empirical contributions in articles, short notes, conference papers, book forms, conceptual frameworks, analytical and simulation models, technical reports, drafts, reviewed papers and literature from industries, academicians, organisations and research institutes all over the world in the areas of natural and applied sciences, education, social sciences, humanities, agriculture and medicine. IUMJ, focus on the developmental and continental growth of academic publications by providing a medium for intellectual exchange and interactions between researchers and academics. The Editorial Board Members are renowned academicians selected carefully among the echelon of Universities around the world.

Latest Issue    |   VOLUME 6 ISSUE 3, SEPTEMBER, 2019


1. MIGRANTS’ REMITTANCES AND ECONOMIC GROWTH NEXUS: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA,   Folorunso Fajebe, Kemkamma Bright Aborh and Sadiq Aderibigbe Idowu  12-23

Abstract

The paper investigates the empirical impact of Migrants’ Remittances on Economic Growth in Nigeria. The study uses secondary data sourced from central Bank of Nigeria Bulletin (Various i...  



2. LINKING RESEARCH IN ISLAMIC LAW WITH ACTION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN UGANDA IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION,   Kasozi Ediriisa Sinaani  2-11

Abstract

Sustainable development is a normative conceptual framework for integrating economic development, social well-being and environmental protection in decision makin...  



3. ETHICAL ISSUES ON CREATIVE ACCOUNTING: THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVES,   Fadiran T. Phebe and Alaka A. Abayomi  24-33

Abstract

An accountant applies his creative skill while reporting the activities of his firm by using most suitable accounting bases. However, the literature is...  



4. COMMUNICATION AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AT THE MINISTRY OF LANDS, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (MLHUD) UGANDA,   Akankwasa Jacqueline, Nabukeera M. Sebyala, Bwengye Micheal  34-49

Abstract

This study sought to examine the effect of effective communication on employee performance in Ministry of Lands...  



5. PERCEPTION OF TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION WOMEN STAFF ON FITNESS COACHES’ INFLUENCE ON EXERCISE PARTICIPATION IN THE PREVENTION OF HYPO-KINETICS DISEASES,   K.O. Sennuga, I. A. Oyewumi, B.O. Osiyale and S. Adeniyi Ogunkoya  50-56

Abstract

This study focused on perception of Tai-Solarin University of Education women staff on fitness coaching influence on exercise participation and prevention of hypo-kinetics disease...  



6. DOCTORAL SUPERVISION A CHALLENGE IN UNIVERSITIES: THE CONTEXT OF THE SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES,   Amaal Kinene N Nsereko  58-63

Abstract

The quality assurance and increment of Doctoral degrees and their effectiveness and efficiency have been identified on the students, their supervisors as well as how they relate as the...  



7. ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY IN THE NIGERIAN PUBLIC SERVICE: A STUDY OF SELECTED LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN OGUN STATE IN NIGERIA,   Grace Oyeyemi Ogundajo, Godwin Emanuel Oyedokun and Ayodeji Temitope Ajibade  64-73

Abstract

Language is a habit and expression of thought in dramatic creativity. Nigerian playwrights have used language with varying styles to project thei...  



8. LANGUAGE AND RADICAL AESTHETICS IN OLU OBAFEMI’S SUICIDE SYNDROME,   Azeez A. Sesan and Tolulope A. Oluremi  74-83

Abstract

Language is a habit and expression of thought in dramatic creativity. Nigerian playwrights have used language with varying styles to project thei...  



9. USING ILLUSTRATIONS TO EDUCATE COMMUNITIES IN UGANDA: A STUDY TO CREATE AWARENESS OF THE COMPLEXITIES OF HIV/AIDS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES,   Yusuf Nsanja  84-94

Abstract

The study aimed at investigating to what extent traditional hand drawn Illustrations could be used in creating awareness about HIV/AIDS when organised in form of a t...  



10. DESIGNING AND BRANDING HIGHWAY ROADSIDE REFRESHMENT CENTRES FOR TRAVELERS IN RWANDA,   Yusuf Nsanja, Abdul D. Yawe, Gustave Ntihemuka, Frank Nkotanyi  95-102

Abstract

This study was about designing and branding highway road side refreshment centres in Rwanda. Travelling is an inevitable activity which is full o...