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Kenya

Charity Kaluki Ngilu

Date of Birth: 28 January 1952
Place of Birth: Mbooni, Makueni County, Kenya


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Mwai's muddle

Facing total disaster after a reshuffle fiasco last week in which a third of the new ministers turned down their appointments, President Mwai Kibaki has managed to entice Musikari Kombo of the Forum for Democracy-Kenya and Charity Ngilu of the National Party of Kenya back into his coalition government...


Oranges up, bananas down

He led his Kamba people to reject the constitution and trounce his Kamba rival, Health Minister Charity Ngilu, who campaigned for a 'Yes' vote...


Rebellion under the rainbow

Now, though, their ranks have been swelled by former Kibaki-ally and Health Minister Charity Ngilu, who has refused to cede her position as nominal Chairwoman of Narc, despite persistent prodding by Kibaki's faction...


The new flagbearers

Musyoka will have to outplay the other Kamba heavyweight in government, feisty Health Minister Charity Ngilu...


Kibaki's crowded diary

Enthusiasts such as Health Minister Charity Ngilu earlier this year started a recruitment drive to win members for the proposed NARC party, so marginalising Odinga's LDP, which wanted to operate as an independent party within the coalition...


Victory is not enough

The 14-party Narc coalition is full of personal rivalries (such as that between Foreign Minister Kalonzo Musyoka (AC Vol 44 No 4) and Health Minister Charity Ngilu) and ethnic intrigues - but the 'swing politician' is Odinga...


The Unbwogables

Less problematic for Kibaki but almost as important in the Alliance-building behind NARC are Home Affairs Minister Moody Awori and Health Minister Charity Ngilu...


Mwai and Moi make history

The key components of the opposition coalition all got top jobs: Michael Kijana Wamalwa, Vice President; Raila Omolo Odinga, Minister of Pubic Works; Charity Ngilu, Health; David Mwiraria, Finance; Peter Anyang' Nyong'o, Planning...


Mwai's moment

Kamba will be a key swing region, led by Kalonzo Musyoka and Charity Ngilu for NARC and by numerous undistinguished ministers for KANU, assisted by the bizarre figure of John Harun Mwau as KANU's Kilome candidate...


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