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  2. Martha Karua - Wikipedia

    Martha Karua Martha Wangari Karua ( / wænˈɡɑːri kəˈraʊ /; born 22 September 1957) is a Kenyan politician. She is a former long-standing member of parliament for Gichugu Constituency and an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She was Minister for Justice until resigning from that position in April 2009.

  3. Martha Koome - Wikipedia

    Koome was born on 3 June 1960 in Kithiu village, Meru District. She holds an LL.B. from the University of Nairobi, which she received in 1986. Koome enrolled at Kenya School of Law the following year. She completed her Master’s degree (LL.M) in Public International Law at the University of London in 2010. [4]

  4. Minister of Justice (Kenya) - Wikipedia

    Following the country's independence from the United Kingdom, the Minister of Justice of Kenya is a cabinet position created in 1963 and is responsible for the administering of justice, national cohesion and constitutional affairs. The ministerial post is now defunct, and has merged with the Department of Justice. List of ministers [ edit]

  5. Government of Kenya - Wikipedia

    Government of Kenya The Government of the Republic of Kenya (GoK) is the national government of the republic of Kenya which is composed of 47 Counties, each county with its own semi-autonomous governments. The national government is composed of three arms: [1] The Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary.

  6. 2013 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

    Martha Karua – MP for Gichugu Constituency. [51] Peter Kenneth – MP for Gatanga Constituency. [52] Uhuru Kenyatta – Deputy Prime Minister. [53] Dishon Kirima – Leader of the New Democrats. [54] James ole Kiyiapi – Former Permanent Secretary in the Education Ministry. [55] Musalia Mudavadi – Deputy Prime Minister. [56]

  7. 2007 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

    Pius Muiru, a televangelist and the leader of Kenya People's Party (KPP), officially launched his bid for the presidency on 21 October 2007 at Kamukunji grounds. [29] Two cabinet ministers, first Health Minister Charity Ngilu and then Regional Co-operation Minister John Koech, backed Odinga in October; Kibaki dismissed Ngilu from the cabinet. [30]

  8. Corruption in Kenya - Wikipedia

    Most bribes paid by urban residents in Kenya are fairly small but large ones are also taken – bribes worth over KSh. 50,000/= ( €600, US$450) account for 41% of the total value. There is also corruption on a larger scale with each of the last two regimes being criticised for their involvement. [2]