Ben Momanyi Biography
Ben Momanyi was born on 6th November 1972. He is a Kenyan member of Paliament (MP) representing Borabu constituency in Nyamira county. He is a member of Wiper democratic Movement Kenya and a coalition member of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy.
Ben Momanyi Education Background
From 2000 – 2001: Student at Kenya School of Law (Post Graduate Diploma, Law)
From 1994 – 1997: Undergraduate Student at Karnatak University, India (Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
From 1991 – 1994: Undergraduate Student at Marathwada University, India (Bachelor of Commerce)
Ben Momanyi Job History
Started 2003: Associate Member at Momanyi & Associates Advocates
From 2002 – 2004: Advocate of Karen Mosoti & Company Advocates
From 1997 – 2002: Legal Officer of City Council of Nairobi
Ben Momanyi Political Positions
Current Political Positions
From 10th March 2013: Member of Parliament for Borabu Constituency
Started 13th February 2013: Coalition Member of Coalition for Reforms & Democracy
From 8th February 2013: Member of Wiper democratic Movement Kenya
Previous Political Positions
From 8th February 2013 – 4th March 2013: Aspirant Member of Parliament for Borabu Constituency
2007: Aspirant Member of Parliament for North Migirango/Borabu Constituency
Ben Momanyi Committee Memberships
From 2013: Member of House Business Committee
From 2013: of Departmental Committee on Justice And Legal Affairs
Ben Momanyi car accident cover up.
Ben Momanyi car is said to have been involved in a fatal accident that killed a motorist in Eldoret town. This accident occured when his vehicle was being chased by another vehicle over a personal dispute. It is during the high speed car chase when the MPs vehicle knocked down the boda boda rider. The mob that witnessed the accident blocked the car and pulled the driver out and started beating him. It was during this time that the MP, his body guard and a former EACC official managed to flee the scene of the accident.
Even after the police being notified of the MPs presence during the accident he was not summoned to give a statement. The police defended their action saying that he was not summoned since the officers “did not find him at the scene”.
From the scene the Mp is said to have gone direct Eldoret International Airport and flew to Nairobi and he flew to the US the same afternoon. THe statement recorded by the driver states that the accident occured on Monday,August 3, a date that indicate that the MP could not have been in the vehicle as he had already left for the US three days earlier.
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