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MUTAHI NGUNYI BIOGRAPHY, WIFE, TRIBE, CV AND YOUTUBE

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Mutahi Ngunyi is a political scientist popular for developing ‘Tyranny of numbers’ hypothesis. The brilliant analyst is based at Nairobi and his main competence areas include strategic reviews, policy research, evaluations, and short-term studies.

MUTAHI NGUNYI BIOGRAPHY

Mutahi biography is less unwrapped to the public, but the few known will definitely shock you. He grew and spent most of his early life in Eastlands. Mutahi Ngunyi is a half cast of Kikuyu and Luo tribe; he discovered that just a few years back. His father Mr. Zephaniah Odwido was from Siaya County. All this was revealed by a herbalist in Siaya called Mr. Zakayo Odongo who claimed to recognize his father. According to Mr. Zakayo Odongo, Mutahi’ dad was a rich renowned man in his village.

MUTAHI NGUNYI CV

EDUCATION

The professor, who says his greatest weakness is impatience, never set foot in a secondary school classroom. He does not know his fate over the free education funds scandal, but he knows he has come a long way. After struggling through primary school, where at one point he was forced to repeat classes, young Karega registered for Form Four examinations as a private candidate, scoring a Division Two, the equivalent of grade B-minus in the 8-4-4 system.

Untrained teacher

The Saturday Nation had a one-on-one interview with Prof Mutahi ngunyi , whose profile sends a message of hope to young Kenyans so often dismissed as average performers. Starting out as an untrained primary school teacher after his primary education, he rose through the ranks to become the chief executive of the ministry with the biggest budgetary allocation.

Extreme poverty and an absentee father saw him miss out on his secondary school. “I never went to any high school. In fact, in primary school, I had to repeat Class Eight,” confessed the embattled PS. He sat his Certificate of Primary Education in 1963 and scored an A in English, a B in mathematics, and a D in general paper.

Ngunyi is currently the Principal Fellow at both TCH and IPEX.Mr. Mutahi Ngunyi Mr. Ngunyi has worked and consulted in more than 15 countries of Africa and Europe.

Mutahi Ngunyi has thought in the following universities.
1.University of Nairobi
2.University of Leeds (Visiting Research Fellow)
3. University of Helsinki in Finland (Visiting Research Fellow)
4. Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (Associate Research Fellow)

MUTAHI NGUNYI NET WORTH AND WEALTH

The Star newspaper published a story on what was supposed to be about NYS corruption, but these two paragraphs turned it into a Mutahi Ngunyi thing.

The same documents show that Mutahi Ngunyi of The Consulting House has been paid Sh38.9 million for consultancy services for the implementation of the NYS 5-point Vision strategy.

Ngunyi received Sh25 million (Sh12.5 million each) as quarterly payment while he received Sh10 million on May 27 and another Sh3.9 million on the same day as reimbursement costs while implementing the 5-point Vision strategy.

he earns well and money is not a problem.

MUTAHI NGUNYI TRIBE

Mutahi Ngunyi is a half cast of Kikuyu and Luo tribe; he discovered that just a few years back. His father Mr. Zephaniah Odwido was from Siaya County. All this was revealed by a herbalist in Siaya called Mr. Zakayo Odongo who claimed to recognize his father.

MUTAHI NGUNYI WIFE

mutahi is married with children but has kept a low profile about his family

MUTAHI NGUNYI FAMILY

he is father to 4 children. 3 daughters and son but sadly, his son passed on in 2016.

father :Zakayo Odongo

Mother:

children :

wife :

Not much is known about Mutahi Ngunyi other family members and he has not shared photos of them including his wife

Mutahi Ngunyi – Why I have beef with Raila Odinga

Controversial political scientist Mutahi whose infamous ‘POVERTY STRICKEN LUOs’ ethnic slur sent Nyanza residents huffing with fury found himself in unfamiliar territory when a tyranny of furious ‘twitterati’ descended on him with tweets and blows.

For a week, he held his ground: “YES. Statistics: 82 percent of people in BONDO live below poverty line.” But when Law Society of Kenya asked the National Cohesion and Integration Commission to investigate hate speech claims against him, it probably dawned on him that he had gone too far.

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