Harrison Kombe Biography
Harrison Kombe was born in 1956 in Magarini in Kilifi County. He is a Kenyan member of Paliament (MP) representing Magarini constituency in Kilifi county. He is a member of United Republican Party (URP) and a coalition member of Jubilee Alliance.
Harrison Kombe Education
Student at Machakos Technical School (EACE)
Primary School Student at Mapimo Primary School
Current Political Positions
From 10th March 2013: Member of Parliament for Magarini Constituency
From 13th February 2013: Coalition Member of Jubilee Alliance
From 8th February 2013: Member of United Republican Party (URP)
Previous Political Positions
From 8th February 2013 – 4th March 2013: Aspirant Member of Parliament for Magarini Constituency
From 2003 – 6th March 2007: Member of Parliament for Magarini Constituency
From 2002 – 6th March 2007: Member of Parliament for Magarini of Shirikisho Party Of Kenya
Harrison Kombe Job History
From 1979: Electrician at Lawfords Hotel
From 2000 – 2002: High school teacher at Marafa Secondary School and Kikoneni Secondary School From 1990 – 1996: High school teacher of Sheikh Khalifa Secondary & Technical School
From 1988 – 1989: High school teacher of Kinango Secondary & Technical School
From 1987 – 1989: Teacher at Malindi High School
From 1985 – 1986: Teacher at Nairobi Technical School
Harrison Kombe Committee Memberships
From 2013: Member of Catering and Health Club Committee
From 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Education, Research And Technology
Harrison Kombe drinks muddy water
He drank dirty water in he said the water was good and it does not harm anyone but somebody from elsewhere would have a diarrhoea if he/she drank it. This was after a resident who was speaking on behalf of others placed a bottle of muddy water on the table where the dignatories were sitted. He drank the dirty water as a solidality for people facing hunger as a result of drought.
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 Contacts
Address: Parliament Buildings Parliament Rd.
P.O. Box 276,
Email Address: [email protected]