Johana Ngeno Biography
Johana Ngeno was born on 12th December 1972. He is a Kenyan member of Paliament (MP) representing Emurua Dikirr constituency in Narok county. He is a member of Kenya National Congress and a coalition member of The Eagle Coalition.
Johana Ngeno Education Background
Undergraduate Student at Mt. Kenya University, Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
Graduate Student at the University of Nairobi Master of Arts (International Studies)
2003 → 2006 : Undergraduate Studentof Kyiv TSN University, Ukraine, Bachelor of Arts in International Law
From 1988 – 1991: Secondary School Student at Maseno School (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)
From 1980 – 1987: Primary School Student at Mogondo Primary School (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE)
Current Political Positions
From 10th March 2013: Member of Parliament for Emurua Dikirr Constituency
From 13th February 2013: Coalition Member of The Eagle Coalition
From 8th February 2013: Member of Kenya National Congress
Previous Political Positions
From 8th February 2013 – 4th March 2013: Aspirant Member of Parliament for Emurua Dikirr Constituency
Johana Ngeno Job History
From 2012 – 4th March 2013: Board Member of Agricultural Development Corporation (ADC)
Johana Ngeno Committee Memberships
From 2013: Member of Public Investments Committee – S.O. 188
From 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Justice And Legal Affairs
Johana Ngeno marital status raises uproar in the political arena
Emurrua Dikirr MP Johanna Ngeno has dismissed calls by leaders and elders that he marries if he wants to be re-elected. He said though marriage was important, it was not a priority to him.
The MP, who is in his mid-40s, asked those pushing him to get a wife to declare their intentions. He said choosing to be single was a personal matter and told off those making it a campaign issue.
The first-time and vocal MP said he was only interested in working for his people and asked other leaders to follow his example.
He said his supporters knew he was single when they elected him in 2013. Mr Johana Ngeno added that as an elected leader, he should be respected, whether he had a wife or not.
This came about when Trans Mara Sub-County Kipsigis Council of Elders Chairman Alexander Kosgei recently said the community’s culture was clear; a leader must have a wife. He said married people were more respected. He also said that a person who is not married cannot tell others about family when they have none.
“The basis of good leadership is a family. You cannot be a good leader when your house is not in order,” the elder’s boss said.
In February, Governor Samuel Tunai said Mr Johana Ngeno had no reason to question the two levels of government “since he has failed as a lawmaker and in his personal life”. “Ng’eno has failed to find a wife or build a house besides siphoning CDF cash. He should tread carefully since we are going to deal with him politically,” the governor said.
Johana Ngeno Contacts
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