Harrison Kombe – Biography, Profile, MP Magarini Constituency, Kilifi County, Education, Children, Son, Daughter, Age, Political Career, Wealth, Business, Video, Photo
Harrison Kombe profile
Harrison Kombe full name is Mwalimu Harrison Garama Kombe. He was born in 1956 in Magarini in Kilifi County. He is the MP for Magarini Constituency.
Harrison Kombe Education Background
Harrison Kombe attended Mapimo Primary School and there after joined Machakos Technical School
Harrison Kombe Teaching Career
Mwalimu Harrison Garama Kombe started off as an Electrician in 1979 in Lawfords Hotel before joining the teaching career.
Between 1985 and 1986 he was a teacher at Nairobi Technical School before heading to Malindi High School as a teacher in 1987 until 1988.
In 1988 he moved to Kinango Secondary & Technical School until 1989 as a High school teacher. From 1990 to 1996 he remained a High school teacher at Sheikh Khalifa Secondary & Technical School.
From 2000 to 2002 he was a teacher at Marafa Secondary School and Kikoneni Secondary School.
Harrison Kombe Political Career
Mwalimu Harrison Garama Kombe entered politics in 2002 after he was elected to the 9th Parliament to represent Magarini Constituency on a Shirikisho Party ticket.
In 2007, the seat was declared vacant by the high court and a by-election was held. He was defeated by Amason Kingi Jeffah. In 2007 main polls he contested for the same seat but was defeated again by Amason Kingi Jeffah.
From 2008, he went back to teaching in High School until 2013 when he contested again for the Magarini seat and clinched it on a URP ticket in the Jubilee Coalition. Amason Kingi Jeffah successfully vied for the Kilifi Governor’s seat.
In the National Assembly he is a member of the Catering and Health Club Committee and also a member of Departmental Committee on Education, Research And Technology.
Harrison Kombe CDF Kitty protests
In October, 2015, University students from Magarini sub-county staged a peaceful demonstration in Gongoni, protesting unfair allocation of bursary funds.
The 34 Pwani University students accused the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) committee of preferential allocation of bursary funds.
They alleged that they had been forced to pay Sh2,000 to members of the CDF committee in order to access the funds.
They presented a protest memorandum at the CDF offices. Contacted, Magarini MP Harrison Kombe denied any wrong doing and stated that the money was allocated to all students from the constituency.
Mr Kombe said this year’s allocation was given to students pursuing medical studies and those in tertiary institutions. He said Pwani University received financial aid in the last financial year.
Harrison Kombe defects from URP to join ODM
In August 2015, Mwalimu Harrison Garama Kombe paid ODM leader Raila Odinga a visit at his capital Hill office accompanied by ODM Director of Political Affairs Hon. Opiyo Wandayi.
Hon. Kombe told the former Prime Minister that Jubilee regime has not done anything for his people and his defection is as a result of the grievances his constituents feel cannot be resolved under Jubilee regime.
Harrison Kombe wife, Children
Hon. Kombe Has two wives and 11 children
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Harrison Kombe contacts
P.O. Box 276, Malindi, Kenya
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