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  2. Martha Karua - Wikipedia

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    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. National Rainbow Coalition – Kenya - Wikipedia

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    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.

  4. 9th Parliament of Kenya - Wikipedia

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    A Constitution of Kenya Amendment Bill introduced in August 2007 by the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Martha Karua didn't garner the necessary votes due to issues of women representation. This parliament also failed to look onto the issue of boundary review which had been recommended by the Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK ...

  5. Mary M'Mukindia - Wikipedia

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    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 .

  6. Kingwa Kamencu - Wikipedia

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    After the 2013 nominations, Kingwa, who was then expected to fly the Labour Party of Kenya flag, opted out of the race to concentrate on building her support base in readiness for 2017 general elections, when she is expected to make a huge come back. She is one of the most vocal women in Kenya after Martha Karua.

  7. Tom Mboya - Wikipedia

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    Thomas Joseph Odhiambo Mboya (15 August 1930 – 5 July 1969) was a Kenyan trade unionist, educator, Pan-Africanist, author, independence activist, and statesman. He was one of the founding fathers of the Republic of Kenya. He led the negotiations for independence at the Lancaster House Conferences and was instrumental in the formation of Kenya ...

  8. Shem Ochuodho - Wikipedia

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    Shem Ochuodho. Shem Ochuodho is a Kenyan politician. He represented Rangwe constituency in Homa-Bay County between 1997 and 2002 and later became a computer consultant. He also serves as the chair of Kenya Diaspora Association.

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