Photo of President Uhuru Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is a Kenyan politician and the current President of the Republic of Kenya. He is the son of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta _ Kenya's founding father and the first president of the republic of Kenya. Photo of Njoroge Mungai On the other side, Magana Njoroge Mungai had been a Kenyan Cabinet Minister, Member of Parliament, doctor, politician, and one of the founding fathers of the Republic of Kenya who served as Kenyatta personal physician.
In his article entitled, "Remembering Dr. Njoroge Mungai" which was published on the 26th day of August, 2015, Mike Eldon articulates that he mother-in-law, Marjorie Kimenyi was first woman to own and drive a car in the kenyan soils.
When top candidates in national examinations are questioned about their career ambitions, many of them have aired dreams of becoming doctors. One of the most powerful youthful dreams was filmed on July 20, 1959, when a 34-year-old Kenyan shot to the headlines. The youthful was coming back to Kenya from United States, which was still coming from 64 years of colonial rule.
Kenya’s first Founding President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta’s personal physician, Magana Njoroge Mungai, left nothing for his wife Lilian Njeri Mungai to inherit. Njoroge Mungai was married and had six children. He was, as at the late 1990s, estranged from his wife, Lillian Mungai, and they were engaged in court battles over some of the properties they co owned. Dr. Njoroge Mungai died on August 14, 2014 at Nairobi Hospital at the age of 88 and was laid to rest in kikuyu. Upon his death, he had already instructed
Former Minister of Defence and later on Foreign Affairs, Dr Njoroge Mungai had been Kenya’s first President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta’s personal physician. Besides Attorney General Charles Njonjo, Dr Mungai has been the other celebrated senior bachelor in Kenyatta’s inner court. However, Kenyatta twilight years, the men considered likely to succeed him were “Moi by virtue of being the vice-president,” : “Second, Dr Njoroge Mungai _ Kenyatta’s nephew", writes Koigi wa Wamwere in 'The People’s Representative and the Tyrants'.
Kenya's first cabinet was chosen by the late first president of Kenya Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. He took this chance to appoint his first Cabinet and formed the first executive of this nation. Photo: Courtesy Interestingly, the first cabinet was made up of Kenyans who were all learned during the colonial period.
Did you know that in Kenya there is a classroom that has produced very more ministers than any other class?The Alliance High School class of 1945 is a class in Kenya where more than half of the graduates become cabinet secretaries.Dr. Fredrick Lawrence Munyua Waiyaki was a 1945 graduate of Alliance High School.
Kenya's Founding President the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta On October 25, 1969, in Kisumu, the late Minister of Defense Njoroge Mungai was forced to use his firearm to rescue Kenya's first President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta from unruly crowd. According to reports, Kenyatta arrived in Kisumu to open a Russia-built hospital, only to be confronted by angry residents who believed the government had a hand in the killing of Economic and Planning Minister Tom Joseph Odhiambo Mboya which had happened two months prior to the
Kenya's First President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta's personal physician and first cousin, Doctor Njoroge Mungai left nothing for his wife Lilian Njeri Mungai to inherit. The late Minister Njoroge Mungai Upon his death the former minister had instructed that the mother of his six children would not share in the multi billion assets arguing that he had given her enough when they legally parted ways. He opted to leave his assets in the hands of his two daughters Gathoni Kabuki Mungai and Nyakio Wanjiku Mungai who were
Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's founding father, first president and father to kenya's incumbent president, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, on the 25th day of October, 1969 was at Kisumu with his pivotal duty being opening a Russian-built hospital in the city.
Dr Njoroge Mungai died recently with a secret he was only comfortable to allude, but not admit to. President Jomo Kenyatta visited Kisumu on October 25, 1969 to open the Russia-sponsored Kisumu General Hospital. But the politically charged atmosphere following Tom Mboya’s assassination four months earlier was not welcoming, since his government was suspected of involvement in Mboya’s slaying. Tom Mboya was a potential presidential candidate, while Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, had three years earlier resigned
Magana Njoroge Mungai was in Kenya’s cabinet as the first Minister for Foreign Affairs in 1963. He also held multiple ministerial dockets and parliamentary seats in Nairobi. Njoroge Mungai was a first cousin to Kenya's first President, Jomo Kenyatta. He was instrumental in setting up of the first medical school in Kenya at Kenyatta National Hospital. He was allegedly identified as the man who ordered the presidential guards to use live bullets during the infamous mob attacks of Kisumu in 1969. However, the
James Gichuru, former minister of finance, made a number of mistakes while in office under President Kenyatta's regime. The late minister was known for his love for alcohol, something that made him make numerous errors while carrying out his duties in office. The year when the Central Bank of Kenya was to be officially opened, Gichuru was expected to read the president's speech. It was1966. To everyone's surprise, the minister was nowhere to be seen. He had heavy hangovers and could not attend the function.
Charles Mugane Njonjo Kenya's most famous Attorney General, just turned 101 years this week. Unlike most men, Njonjo never cheated on his wife since they began dating about 50 years ago. The lucky woman was Margaret Bryson, the teacher of French whom he often spotted as part of the choir when he attended church most Sundays at the All Saint's Cathedral in Nairobi. That was in the early 1970s. Njonjo had finally moved houses from his father's farm in Kabete to one along State House Road. Despite his wealth and
Photo courtesy : Jomo Kenyatta's Finance minister James Gichuru Long awaited day finally,CBK set to be launched without the Finance Minister. President Jomo Kenyatta's finance minister James Gichuru was an alcoholic among all the ministers. In the year 1966,the central bank of Kenya was officially launched without the finance Minister who was playing a key role to Kenya's government. Four hours to the official launch of CBK in 1966 by Jomo Kenyatta who was then Kenya's first president, James Gichuru was nowhere
When Jomo Kenyatta died in 1978 his Son Uhuru Kenyatta was barely 18 years old and not married. Even though Jomo Kenyatta didn't get to see Uhuru's wedding he had met Margaret. During a past Beyond Zero Campaign forum, Uhuru disclosed how his father met Margret. “I met her for the first-time swimming with my father and my father told me, ‘This one looks good’,” “And lo! Behold some 20 years later, it came to pass,” Uhuru said. After his death former Cabinet Minister the late Dr Njoroge Mungai stepped
Njonjo. Photo (courtesy) Sir Charles Mugane Njonjo was born in the 23rd of January 1920. He is the former and the longest serving attorney general in the history of Kenya. He served in that capacity between 1963 to 1979. 'The Duke of Kabeteshire' as he is popularly refered to was a formidable political force to be reckoned with during his tenure in office. The hugely feared government legal advisor and later minister for Home and Constitutional Affairs hardly needs an introduction in Kenya. Photo (courtesy)
Former President Daniel Arap Moi and Deputy President William Ruto (Photo Courtesy) Deputy President William Ruto is a man under siege. His critics and rivals are keen to stop his march to State House. His Jubilee Party partner, President Uhuru, seems reluctant to support him come the next general election. For now, the man from Sugoi is alone and isolated. Will he survive? The "curse" of being a Vice President seems to be haunting Dr Ruto. Just two of the country's ten previous occupants of the second office
Historically GEMA was an organization that was founded in 1971 with an economic aim for the eastern Bantu that is Gikuyu,Embu and Meru.This association was also created to air the social and political needs of these communities.It is believed that these communities have a closely related languages thus making it easy for them to relate.It took its effect after registration by the former Attorney General Charles Njonjo under the instruction of the founding father,Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.Other members included Njoroge