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Kithure Kindiki

Date of Birth: 16 July 1972
Place of Birth: Tharaka in Tharaka-Nithi County, Kenya


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Loyalty trumps all in Ruto's cabinet

Having missed out on the Deputy President nomination Kithure Kindiki who led Ruto's legal team during the August presidential petition and represented Ruto when he faced crimes against humanity charges at the International Criminal Court has been rewarded with the Interior and National Administration Ministry previously led by Fred Matiang'i...


Now the numbers favour Raila Odinga

Ruto's pickAfter weeks of speculation and delays Ruto picked Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua at the expense of Senator Kithure Kindiki in Tharaka-Nithi who was the preferred candidate among Mount Kenya MPs in Ruto's Kenya Kwanza (AC Vol 61 No 19 Keeping up with the Kenyattas)...


Keeping up with the Kenyattas

The policy of arresting or demoting politicians allied to Ruto – such as sacked former agriculture minister Mwangi Kiunjuri Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa who was sacked from the parliamentary budget committee chairmanship and Kithure Kindiki who was removed as senate deputy speaker – has stoked anger against the government and sympathy for Ruto among some in the region (AC Vol 61 No 12 Uhuru takes it out on his party)...


The one-party statesmen

Ten days later it was Deputy Senate Speaker Kithure Kindiki's turn at the guillotine...


A clumsy coup

In the fractious spirit of the times while Deputy Senate Speaker Kithure Kindiki who is allied to the Ruto faction ruled that the matter be urgently resolved Kenneth Lusaka the Speaker overruled him a few days later and suspended debate on the crisis...


Counties at the crossroads

Last week Senate majority leader Kithure Kindiki a member of Uhuru and Ruto's Jubilee coalition sought to go further suggesting amendments to deny governors control of county funds...


Ruto takes on the courts

Many lawyers said they would have advised clients in a similar situation to lie low and keep quiet disagreeing with Ruto’s two legal advisors Katwa Kigen and Professor Kithure Kindiki who – along with the member of parliament for Belgut Charles Keter – accompanied him to the Hague...


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