Mwai Kibaki was the third President of Kenya. He is remembered by many because he fought hard to bring progressive changes and stability to our country when he was in power. This is due to his experience and knowledge in politics and government that helped him to lead us on the right way as he had earlier served as vice president.
He was born in 1931 to a family of eight children. He attended three primary schools before joining Mangu High School. He did well and later was awarded a scholarship to enrol at Makerere University to study Economics.
The former Head of State thrived at this institution as he graduated in 1955 with first-class honours. This exemplary performance helped him to be given another scholarship to study at the London School of Economics.
In my view, Kibaki was a learned leader. All of us need to emulate his good deeds.
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