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Orie Rogo Manduli woman of many fists

Orie Rogo Manduli died in her home, Riverside drive, in Nairobi. This news was confirmed by her family, but the cause of her death wasn't disclosed to the public. She died aged 73.

She was the first Kenyan female rally driver. She was the first woman of African descendants to participate in the East African Safari rally in the years 1974 and 1975. She was also a renowned politician.

Manduli was born in Maseno, Kisumu county, in the year 1948. She was a daughter to Goldon Rogo and Zeruiah Adhiambo.

Her father Mr.Rogo was a headmaster and later become a councilor, while her mother taught at Kisumu technical college.

Manduli attended ng'iya girls high school, Butere girls then masaku California current Machakos girls.

She was a trained teacher but never got to practice this profession since she got married immediately after clearing Machakos Teachers college. They had three daughters Elizabeth, Allison, and Janice and later she was divorced after 5 years.

In 1980, she remarried a Zambian Norman manduli.

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