Mwai Kibaki was the third president of the Republic of Kenya. He also served as the fourth vice president for ten years under president Moi. He was the Vice President from 1978 to 1988. He held many ministerial position during both Kenyatta and Moi regimes.
What majority of the people do not know is that the former President and Othaya Member of Parliament was once a bus conductor. He had to work as he studied to help him raise some pocket money. He was a very bright student from a humble background.
He worked for Othaya African Bus Union. During long holidays, the former President would keep himself busy as a matatu conductor and earn something to push him financially.
May the Almighty God give Mwai Kibaki more strength. His contribution to the Kenyan economy is unmatched.
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