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Kenyans Politicians who studied in same Universities with people like Bill Gates, Barrack Obama.

Welcome to my article dear reader. In this article, we shall be talking about the great Harvard University, an institute that has largely supplied the world with geniuses over the years. Harvard University was founded in 1636, in the United States of America. It is one of the best universities in the world. For that reason, securing an admission there is not a walk in the park. In fact, in 2020, almost 40,000 students sent applications and only 2,037 applications were accepted.

Amazing enough, there are Kenyans who have defied all odds and found their way to that great land of intellectuals. They include:

Henry Rotich.

The immediate former Treasury Cabinet Secretary holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of Nairobi. He later enrolled for another Master's degree in Public Administration from the Harvard University.

Prof. Kivutha Kibwana.

The current Makueni county governor is one of few intellectuals Kenya will ever have. In fact, he's the most educated politician within the boundaries of Kenya. Professor Kibwana holds hols bachelor's degree in Law from the University of Nairobi, two Masters of Law from Harvard and the University of London.

Kiraitu Murungi.

Kiraitu Murungi is a political wizard who has been winning elections since 1992. He's now serving as the Meru governor. Murungi holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the UoN. During his two-year exile in the United States, Murungi decided to enroll for another Master's degree of Law from Harvard Law School in 1991. Murungi was exiled by Moi's government.

Najib Balala.

The current CS for tourism and former immediate MP for Mvita constituency also studied at Harvard. He studied at the University of Toronto and JF. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.

Please share any other Kenyan who studied at Harvard in the comments section. Thank you for your time dear reader and until next time, take care.

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