Samuel Gichigi – Biography, MP Kipipiri, Nyandarua, Wife, Family, Wealth
Samuel Gichigi Profile
Samuel Gichigi full name is Samuel Kamunye Gichigi. He was born on 27 December 1968 in Kipipiri, Nyandarua County, Kenya.
He is the Member of Parliament for Kipipiri Constituency in Nyandarua County. He was elected to the 11th Parliament in March 2013 on an Alliance Party of Kenya (APK) ticket in the Jubilee Coalition.
His predecessor to the same seat are;
1988 – 1992 was James Kabingu Muregi on a KANU ticket
1992 -1995 was Laban Muchemi on a Ford Asili party ticket
1995 – 1997 was Githiomi Mwangi on a DP ticket after a By-election
1997 – 2002 was Githiomi Mwangi on a DP ticket
2002 – 2007 was Amos Kimunya on a NARC party ticket
2007 -2013 was Amos Kimunya on a PNU ticket
In the National Assembly he is a member of Departmental Committee on Labour and Social Welfare since March 2013
Samuel Gichigi has spoken 663 times in Parliament since March 2013.
Samuel Gichigi education Background
Samuel Gichigi was an undergraduate Student at the University of Nairobi Faculty of Law pursuing Bachelor of Laws (LLB). Thereafter he completed his Diploma in law from the Kenya School of Law
Samuel Gichigi Job History
In 1995 he became an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
He is the Managing Director of his Law Firm Kamunye Gichigi &Co.Advocates located at Consolidated Bank House, 5th Floor, Door no. 520, Koinange Street, Nairobi.
He is a Board Member of Geta Secondary School and also Board Member of Kenya Revenue Authority from 10th December 2007.
Samuel Gichigi form the Aberdare West Parliamentary Group
In November 2015, MPs from Nyandarua, Nakuru and Laikipia counties formed the Aberdare West Parliamentary Group to break away from the Central Kenya Parliamentary Group chaired by Dagoretti South MP Dennis Waweru. They accused their counterparts from the larger central Kenya of double standards. The group, chaired by Kipipiri MP Samuel Gichigi.
The group was formed at Hippo Point Hotel in Nyahururu Town. The group says MPs from Kiambu, Murang’a, Nyeri and Kirinyaga are using them as a rubberstamp.
“For a long time we have been hunting together as central Kenya but when the prey is captured we are told that we are from Rift Valley. When we approach our Rift Valley brothers, we are told we are from central Kenya. The time is now ripe for us to chart our own path and fight for our space,” said Njoro MP Joseph Kiuna. The caucus brings together 27 MPs and 3 senators.
Samuel Gichigi said the interests of the three counties are different from those of the counties in the former central province. They have lagged behind in development because nobody supports their agenda.
“When appointments are made from the other counties in the former Central province, it is deemed that our counties are represented, which is not true.
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