Prof. Dankit Nassiuma

Prof. Dankit Nassiuma is a graduate of B.Sc. in Mathematics & Statistics from the University of Nairobi.  He holds a M.Sc. and a PhD in Statistics from the University of Manitoba, Canada.

He has served in various capacities in different organizations in Kenya. 

Before Joining Africa International University, he served as the Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer of Kabarak University for a period of five years.

Prof. Nassiuma has served as the Manager for the Kenya Household Integrated Budget survey (KIHBS) and the National Statistical System (STATCAP) projects (sponsored by the World Bank, IDA, DFID and GoK) 

He has served as the Director of the post graduate school, Faculty of Science member and senate representative at Egerton University

Prof. Nassiuma has served as a Board member for various organizations. Among them are; the Commission for Higher education, Egerton University governing council member,  a Manager for the National Statistical System of Kenya and currently the Chairman of Inter-Christian Fellowships Evangelical Mission (IcFEM) Board.

He has broad experience in efficient consultancy, leadership, research and has published several books and research articles in refereed journals.



Article “Volatility Modeling of the Nairobi Securities Exchange using the ARCH-type models”. International Journal of Applied Science 2,3:165-174.


Article. Efficiency Evaluation When Modelling Nairobi Security Exchange Data Using Bilinear and Bilinear-Garch (Bl-Garch) Models. International Journal of Applied Science 2, 6:37-48.


“Correctional attitudes: An impetus for a paradigm shift in inmate rehabilitation”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 4:263-270.


Article. “Investigation of the Relationship between test Anxiety and Performance in Secondary Schools in Nyeri District, Kenya”. Journal of Educational Research,8:1-7.


Article. “Relationship between understanding of Mathematical Language and Achievement by Secondary School students in Kenya” Journal of Education Planning, Economics and Management, 1:54-61.


Aritcle. “Teachers’ Changing roles in computer assisted roles in Kenyan Secondary Schools”. Educational Research and Reviews, 3 (8): 280-285.


Labour force Profile in Kenya. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (To appear)


The urban and Rural Consumer Price Indices. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (To appear)


The 2007 Constituency Poverty Indices. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (To appear)


Basic Report on Well Being in Kenya. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics


 Kenya Integrated Household Budget Survey: Basic Report. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics


An Introduction to the theory of estimation” Egerton University Press


“Statistical menthods for Information Analysis” Egerton University Press


Aritcle. " Estimation of coefficients for infinite variance stable AR processes using estimating functions". E.A. J.S., 4(2): 111-118


Article. “Screening soybean varieties for stability in short season regions of Kenya”. African Crop Science Journal, Vol. 10, 139-144.


"Survey Sampling: Theory and Methods". University of Nairobi Press.


Manual. Business Mathematics, a certificate course manual


Manual. Statistics II: A diploma course manual in military sciece, Egerton University


Article. "Interpolation of infinite variance stable processes" Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology, Vol. 3, 81-87


Article. "Gamma and Exponential Autoregressive Moving Average (ARMA) processes". Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology, Vol. 3, 71-80.


Manual.  Statistics I: A certificate course manual in military science, Egerton University


Article. "Graphical Techniques for Fractional Factorial Experiments at Three levels". Egerton Journal of Science and Technology, 2, 43-56.


Article. "Weather effects on golden wing moth (plusia orichalcea) populations in Njoro. Egerton Journal of Science and Technology, 2, 15-28.


Statistical Tables for Teaching and Exams”. Ng’eti Publishers


Article. "Recursive estimators for ARMA symmetric stable processes". Egerton Journal, 1, 123-138.


Article. "Symmetric Stable Sequences with Missing Observations". Journal of Time series Analysis, 15, 313-323.


Article. "Non-stationary autoregressive moving average processes with infinite variance". Journal of Time Series Analysis, 14, 297-304.


Article."Smoothed Estimates for NonlinearTime Series Models with Irregular data". Communications in Statistics: Theory, 21,2247-2259.


Article.  "A note on non-stationary ARMA processes with infinite variance". Communications in Statistics Theory 20,1832-1836.


Artricle.  Forecasting of some Transformed series. Communications in Statistics Theory, 20,3207-3220.


Article. "Breastmilk yield and infant nutrition in relation to early infant growth in Njoro, Kenya". East African Medical Journal, 66, 707-714.