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Politicians Who Started Their Politics Back In Their Learning Institutions

Most political leaders started politics back in their learning institutions.Those leaders now are controlling the politics of the country. The following politicians started their political journey back in their learning institutions.

a) Issac Ruto

Issac Ruto started his political journey back in Nairobi University.In the institution, he was agitating for werfare of the students. 

He is now the party leader of Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM).In the national politics, he has served as the MP in Chepalungu constituency and the first governor in Bomet.

b) Johnson Sakaja

 Sakaja started his politics back in the University of Nairobi. He was the vice chairman of Actuarial Science Student Association.

Currently , Sakaja is the Senator in Nairobi County. Before being a senetor ,he was a nominated Member of Parliament by the Jubilee Party.

c) James Orengo

Orengo also started his political career in the University of Nairobi. In the institution,he was elected as the chairman of Student Organization Or Nairobi University back in 1972.

Orengo is a one of long serving Mp and a politician. He is currently a senator in Siaya in his second term. He is remembered as among those who agitated for multiparty democracy.

d) Bubu Owino 

 Like most leaders , he also started his political journey in School. He served as the longest SONU chairman. 

Babu is the current MP in Embakasi East. 

 e) Gladys Wanga

 Wanga is also a strong woman politician who started her politics in the University.In Kenyatta University, she was the Secretary General at Kenyatta University Student Association.

Wanga is a woman representative in Homabay County.She is also a strong member of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).

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