Professor Kithure Kindiki is undoubtedly one of the vocal politicians from the vote-rich Mt Kenya Region.He is serving as the Senator of Tharaka Nithi County in his second term.In the year 2020, he gained popularity after being ousted from his deputy speaker position in the Senate of Kenya.
Other than being involved in politics, the ally of the Deputy President of Kenya, William Samoei Ruto is a notable figure in kenya's legal arena.He is one of the famous lawyers in our country.He was even part of the legal team that was against the Building Bridges Initiative bill in the appellate court.
What you probably didn't know about Kindiki is that he became a professor of Law while still very young in terms of age.He graduated with a PhD in International Law from University of Pretoria, South Africa in the year 2002.He was thirty years old at that time since he was born in 1972.
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