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Meet Moses Wetangula's Family And Interesting Details About His Third Wife Ann Ngugi(Photos)

Moses Wetang'ula photo


Moses Wetangula was born on 13 September 1956 in Western province, Kenya. Wetangula has two brothers and a sister. Tim Wanyonyi being the Westlands Member of parliament, Fred Wetangula is a Nairobi Businessman and a younger sister Emmeryncian Naswa.


The family photo with the first wife and son

Wetangula is married to three wives. The first wife Phyllis Wetangula, The second one is a Bukusu lady married under customary whose name is not revealed and the third wife Anne Wacheke Ngugi, a musician by profession. Third wife Anne Wacheke Ngugi photo

Anne Ngugi was accused of battering Moses Wetangula with reason of infidelity.  

Moses Wetangula is blessed with five Children namely Fidel, Sheila, Tamara and other two children with his customary wife.

Wetang'ula's daughter Sheila and her son photo,


Wetangula went to Nalondo Primary School, Busakala secondary school, Teremi Secondary School, and Friends School Kamusinga before being admitted to the University of Nairobi, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree. 

Career and Politics

Wetangula was appointment the magistrate and the chairman Electricity Regulatory Board. 

In 1989, a member of the Board of Directors of ICROSS Kenya.

In 1992-1997 nominated as a KANU MP.

In the December 2002 for Sirisia parliamentary election, Moses was elected to the National Assembly

On 8 January 2008, he was appointed Cabinet Minister for Foreign Affairs. 

In March 2012, Kibaki shuffled his cabinet. Wetangula left his post as Foreign Minister and became the Trade Minister.

Wealth and Finance

Wetang'ula owns property along Ngong Road in Nairobi. He also has some residual shares in Wetangula, Adan, Makokha & Company Advocates.

Yesterday on 8 June, 2020 the registrar of Political Parties has formally gazetted the removal of Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula as Ford Kenya party leader. Also last year, Senator Wetangula was removed by ODM-NASA from his appointment as the senate minority leader and replaced by senator James Orengo.

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