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Meet Kenyan Politician' Kids'Who Studied overseas And The Schools They Went

Education is the best gift you can offer to your child,and Kenyan politicians have actually invested in this noble gift,by giving their children the best.Many of Politician children have studied abroad and many are still studying there.If you read the background of these prominent 'kids' you will find out out that upon completion of high school they are flown Abroad to go a pursue higher education.Here is the list.

Zachary Saitoti

Zachary is the son of the former long serving vice president of kenya, who died on a plane crash while serving Kenya a the minister for internal security.He pursued a bachelor's degree in art foundation, photography, and graphic design at the University of West England. He works as a freelance photographer and proprietor of Shifteye Studio.

Alvine Kabogo

Alvin Kabogo is the son to the former Kiambu governor William Kabogo Gitau.He attended University of Brighton in England and the University of Westminster is a public university in London, United Kingdom.

Winnie Odinga.

Winnie is the last born daughter to the Former prime minister Raila Odinga.She schooled in USA where she graduated with a degree in political science at the Drexel University in Philadelphia, USA. Afterwards she worked at the Western Union as a social marketer.

Her elder sister Rosemary,also attended Howard University, where she pursued a bachelor's degree in social criminal justice.

Ngina Kenyatta

The first born daughter to president Uhuru Kenyatta, joined her brother, Jomo Kenyatta, at the prestigious Hilton College in South Africa,u pon completion of her high school,where she graduated with a degree in international relations and politics.

Andrew Kenneth

He is tbe son of the former Gatanga Mp Peter Kenneth.He a graduate with a degree in law and sociology from UK.

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