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Kiraitu Murungi

Date of Birth: 1 January 1952
Place of Birth: Kionyo Village, Meru


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The fight for Jubilee

'Crocodiles'Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi told a BBI rally that President Kenyatta had asked him to tell Mount Kenya that the 'crocodiles which had hindered Mr Odinga from leading Kenyans to Canaan in 2017 were now on his side' which suggests that Raila's former enemies are now ready to support him...


Pressure-cooker polls

In central Kenya Meru County Senator Kiraitu Murungi will run against Governor Peter Munya...


Warnings of a bad election

The Jubilee side will be led by Senator Kiraitu Murungi from Meru a staunch 'Mount Kenya mafia' member and former Justice Minister from the days of ex-President Mwai Kibaki...


Coal hard cash

Unphased Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi appointed a 15-person team to fast-track the development of Blocks C and D on 27 August...


Politics of prices

Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi blamed the Middle East crisis global demand and the devaluation of the shilling to a record low of 85 to the US dollar...


Six in the dock

Yet Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka joined the convoy to Uhuru Park along with ministers Kiraitu Murungi (Energy) and Samuel Poghisio (Information and Communications) who are both from President Mwai Kibaki's Party of National Unity and Sally Kosgei (Agriculture) Najib Balala and other former stalwarts of Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement...


Through the Wikihole

Haunted by old cases Once the coalition government was formed in June 2008 the Embassy named the cabinet ministers it thought corrupt: George Saitoti (Goldenberg) Kiraitu Murungi (Anglo Leasing) Frederick Omulo Gumo (acquiring up to US$10 million of stolen government property) William Ruto (illegal acquisition of land) Sally Kosgei (selling land owned by Kenya Railways); Henry Kosgey (defrauding the Kenya National Reassurance Company) Kipkalya Kones (kickbacks on road building); and John Haroun Mwau (reputed drug trafficking)...


Yes, No and in between

Five years ago his old rival then Justice Minister Kiraitu Murungi swore to ‘shake every corner of the country’ in the 2005 constitutional referendum campaign (AC Vol 47 No 6)...


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