Edward Ahabwe is Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Business Studies, Procurement and Management, Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences, Kabale University Uganda. He was born in Nyamitanga, Mbarara City-Uganda in 1981. He’s a PhD student at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST). He received his Postgraduate in Sports Management-PGDSM in 2017 from Ndejje University (Uganda), Master of Business Administration degree in 2013 from Kabale University, Bachelor of Business Administration-Procurement Option in 2008 from Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST), Diploma in Education Secondary in 2002 from Institute of Teachers Education Kyambogo (ITEK).

Edward is responsible for Physical sports relations and Organized Sports of Kabale University from 2010 to 2016. Edward currently teaches business courses and procurement and supply chain management Units. His research interest includes Food Security, Service Quality, internal controls and logistics operations.




BBA (Procurement) (MUST)


Cert. in Computer Applications (Alliance Françoise de Mbarara)

UACE (Kigezi College Butobere)

UCE (Mbarara High School)

UPE (St. Lawrence Primary School-Mbarara)

Research Interests

Food Security, Service Quality, Internal Control Systems and Logistics operations


Marus Eton, Mwosi Fabian, Kaaya Siraje, Patrick Ogwel Benard and Ahabwe Edward . (2020) . Internal Control Systems, Working Capital Management and Financial Performance of Private Institutions in Uganda: An Empirical Study in Mbarara District . International Journal of Research in Engineering, IT and Social Sciences, [online] Volume 10(3), pp. 8-19. Available at: http://idr.kab.ac.ug/handle/20.500.12493/422
Agaba. M., Ahabwe .E . (2019) . Brand Loyalty and Competitive Advantage a case of Beer Products in Kabale District, Uganda . International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Research , [online] Volume 6(12), pp. 5340-5347. Available at: http://idr.kab.ac.ug/handle/20.500.12493/443


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