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KENYAN CELEBRITIES WHO GOT STRAIGHT A’S IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

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Kenyan politicians are normally labelled MPIGS because of their greed but apart from that we want to appreciate the politicians who excelled in their studied

LIST OF POLITICIANS WHO SCORED A’S

1. Otiende Amollo – Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo is known for his brilliant debating skills that have made him a reputable lawyer and a frequent guest in local.He scored straight A in high school

2. Anyang Nyongo – He completed his undergraduate studies at Uganda’s Makerere University, where he was awarded a 1st class honours degree in political science. He thereafter proceeded to his graduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Chicago, where he obtained his Master’s and PhD in political science in 1977. He studied from Mangu school and scored very well

3. – Mwai Kibaki – After Karima Primary and Nyeri Boarding primary schools, he proceeded to Mang’u High School where he studied between 1947 and 1950. He passed with a maximum of six points in his “O” level examination by passing six subjects with Grade 1 Distinction.

4. James orengo – He is one of the best Lawyers Kenya has ever seen. He was a student at the University of Nairobi and was even the students’ Chairman, a coveted seat back in the days. . he started attending Ambira Primary School, where he finished his primary education in 1964. He joined the Alliance High School in January 1965, and finished form four education in 1970. In 1971, he joined the University of Nairobi to study law, wherein he became the university president in 1973. In 1974, he graduated from the University of Nairobi.

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MOST LEARNED MPS IN KENYA

The academic qualifications of the 349 members of the National Assembly published on Parliament’s official website show some lawmakers with certificates enrolled for and graduated with bachelor’s degrees.

The law that required MPs to have a degree was shelved in 2017 and will come into force in 2022.

Former Kenyatta University don Prof Zadoc Ogutu (Bomachoge Boragu), Siaya woman representative Christine Ombaka, Nandi’s Tecla Tum, Tigania West MP Mutunga Kanyutha, Kitui Central MP Makau Mulu, Rangwe MP Lilian Gogo and Migori woman representative Pamela Ochieng are among the few MPs with PhDs.

Malulu Injendi (Malava), Korei ole Lemein (Narok South) and Wilson Kipngetich (Chesumei) are pursuing PhD degrees.

Ruiru MP Kingara Ngang’a, nominated MP Ibrahim Sahal and Kajiado woman representative Teyia Janet are among the MPs with certificates.

Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati, Jane Wanjuki of Embu, and Geoffrey Omuse of Teso South hold diplomas.

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