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  2. Martha Karua - Wikipedia

    Martha Wangari Karua (/ w æ n ˈ ɡ ɑː r i k ə ˈ r aʊ /; born 1957) is a Kenyan politician and an advocate of social Justice. She is a former long-standing member of parliament for the Gichugu Constituency and an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya .

  3. Mary M'Mukindia - Wikipedia'Mukindia

    In 2013 Martha Karua, a former justice minister, ran unsuccessfully to be President of Kenya and M'Mukindia was a campaign adviser and fundraiser on her campaign. In December 2015 Karua admitted to receiving a multimillion-pound "donation" to her presidential campaign costs from British American Tobacco .

  4. National Rainbow Coalition – Kenya - Wikipedia

    Narc-Kenya opted to continue registering members in its own right electing Martha Karua as party leader in November 2008. Narc Kenya gained the distinction of being the first political party to apply for registration under the new political parties act passed as part of implementing Kenya's new constitution.

  5. 2013 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

    Martha Karua – MP for Gichugu Constituency. Peter Kenneth – MP for Gatanga Constituency. Uhuru Kenyatta – Deputy Prime Minister. Dishon Kirima – Leader of the New Democrats. James ole Kiyiapi – Former Permanent Secretary in the Education Ministry. Musalia Mudavadi – Deputy Prime Minister.

  6. Death of Caroline Mwatha - Wikipedia

    They were attended by Chief Justice Willy Mutunga, politician Martha Karua and Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris. A Requiem Mass was refused by the Catholic Church because of its opposition to abortion. The funeral was on 23 February in Asembo Bay, Siaya County near her family's home. She is survived by her two children and a husband.

  7. BBI Judgement - Wikipedia

    Narc Kenya Party Leader and 2013 presidential candidate, Senior Counsel Martha Karua, tweeted "Congrats to Jerotich Seii, David Ndii and all those who boldly petitioned the courts culminating in today's historic ruling."

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