Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK – Profile, MP Kinangop Constituency, Nyandarua County, Education, Age, Children, Son, Daughter, Contacts, Life History, Net worth, Wealth, Video

Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK – Biography, MP Kinangop, Nyandarua, Wife, Family, Wealth

Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK Profile

Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK was born in Kinangop, Nyandarua County, Kenya. He is the Member of Parliament for Kinangop Constituency.Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK - Biography, MP Kinangop Constituency, Nyandarua County, wife, Family, Wealth, Bio, Profile, Education, children, Son, Daughter, Age, Political Career, Business, Net worth, Video, Photo

He was elected to the 11th Parliament on The National Alliance (TNA) Party ticket in the Jubilee Coalition in March 2013. His predecessor to the same seat are

1988 – 1992 was Josiah Munyua Kimemia on a KANU ticket during the One-party system.
1992 – 1997 was Mary Wanjiru on a Ford-Asili party ticket
1997 – 2002 was Mwangi K.Waithaka on a Ford-People party ticket
2002 – 2007 was Mwangi K.Waithaka on a NARC party ticket
2007 – 2013 was David Mwaniki Ngugi on a Sisi Kwa Sisi party ticket

In the National Assembly Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK is a member of the House Business Committee ans also member of Departmental Committee on Public Works, Roads & Transport.


Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK has spoken 45 times in Parliament since 2013.

Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK motion in Parliament

NOTICE OF MOTION – (Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK) Mr. Speaker Sir, I beg to give notice of the following motion:-
THAT, aware that the road network in the country currently stands at approximately 160,886 Km, out of which only approximately 11,189 Km are paved; noting that the extent of the unclassified rural and urban roads remain unknown with most of such roads in bad condition; aware that good infrastructure facilitate trade, economic development and
improvement in the quality of life; this House urges the government, through Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KERRA), Kenya National High Authority(KENHA) and Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) to upgrade a minimum of twenty (20) and a maximum of thirty (30) Kilometers of roads to bitumen standards in every constituency across the country in every
financial year to enhance the road network in the country and subsequently enhance agricultural productivity and job creation.

Stephen Kinyanjui Mburu KK Contacts

Telephone: 0722779777

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