Stephen Ngare – Biography, MP Ndia, Kirinyaga, Wife, Family, Wealth
Eng. Stephen Ngare full name is Stephen Muriuki Ngare was born in Mukangu Village, Ndia, Kirinyaga County, Kenya. He is the Member of Parliament for Ndia Constituency in Kirinyaga County.
He was elected to the 11th Parliament on The National Alliance (TNA) party ticket in the Jubilee Coalition in March 2013.
Eng. Stephen Muriuki Ngare predecessors to the same seat are;
1988 – 1992 was James Njagi Njiru on a KANU ticket
1992 – 1997 was Kinyua Mbui N. on a Democratic Party ticket
1997 – 2002 was James K. Kibicho on a Democratic Party ticket
2002 – 2007 was Robinson Njeru Githae on a NARC party ticket
2007 – 2013 was Robinson Njeru Githae on a PNU ticket
In the National Assembly Eng Stephen Ngare is a member of Departmental Committee on Public Works, Roads & Transport since March 2013.
Eng Stephen Ngare has spoken 351 times in Parliament since March 2013.
Stephen Ngare Education Background
Eng Stephen Ngare attended Mukangu Primary School in Ndia until Standard six then joined Kiine primary school until standard seven.
He joined Njiiris High School in Murang’a County for his A-Levels education
was an undergraduate Student at the University of Nairobi pursuing Bsc Civil Engineering
Later he was a graduate student at York University Canada pursuing MSc in Transportation Planning
Stephen Ngare Job History
Eng Stephen Muriuki Ngare is the former Managing Director Kenya of KENHA Kenya National Highways Authority.
Stephen Muriuki Ngare campaign pledges 2013
In 2012, When addressing residents at Gatare area, Eng Stephen Muriuki Ngare called on the residents to change the way of life and take up activities that earn more money for their families and improve their living standards.
Eng Stephen Ngare said that one way of eradicating poverty in the area, residents should pick up pig farming which is a profitable enterprise.
The former KENHA managing director promised to provide water for irrigation to boost farming in the area as a way of uplifting the living standards of the Ndia people.
In education matters Eng Stephen Ngare promised to build computer labs and equip all schools in the area with computers as a way of ensuring students in Ndia are techno savvy.
Others who were in the race to succeed the Former Finance minister Njeru Githae in Ndia included John Mithamo (Wasusana), Phillip Migwi (DO), Job Muriithi, Stephen Muriuki, and Mwangi Witu.
Stephen Muriuki Ngare Wife
Eng Stephen Ngare is husband to Dr. Grace Wamue Ngare alias Wanja Mwega. She is a Senior Lecturer at Kenyatta University.
Stephen Muriuki Ngare Children
Eng Stephen Ngare has six children. Five daughters and one son.
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