During Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo time in the National Assembly, he served on the National Cohesion and Equal Opportunity and Administration and National Security committees. Let’s read his biography and net worth below.
Wikipedia Profile & Background
|Real Name:||Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo|
|Date of Birth:||1960’s|
|Age:||50’s – 60’s|
|State of Origin:||Machakos County|
|Place of Birth:||Yatta, Machakos|
|Net Worth:||< $500k|
|Political Party:||Muungano Development Movement Party (MDM)|
|Education:||St. Pauls University (Leadership and Management) Read more below|
Francis Mwangangi Biography
Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo is from Machakos County. He’s Machakos County’s Yatta MP. He was elected to the 11th Parliament on an MDM ticket in March 2013. Charles Mutavi Kilonzo held the same Yatta Seat since 2002.
He’s on the Joint Committee on National Cohesion and Equal Opportunity and the Administration and National Security Committee in the National Assembly. Since March 2013, Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo has made 125 parliamentary speeches.
Deputy Governor H.E Hon. Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo is a St. Pauls University leadership and management graduate, possesses a Master’s degree in international relations from the United States International University, and is currently pursuing a PhD in international relations.
Age – How old Is Francis Mwangangi
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Where Is Francis Mwangangi From – State of Origin
The politician, Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo was born in Yatta, Machakos County. Machakos is a town in Kenya that is located 63 kilometers (39 miles) southeast of Nairobi. Machakos is also known as Masaku. Machakos Town is the county seat of Machakos County in Kenya.
Wife – Children
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Deputy Governor Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo was the first Yatta MP under the 2010 constitution. During his time in the National Assembly, he served on the National Cohesion and Equal Opportunity and Administration and National Security committees.
Before that, he was Country Program Director for Integrated Development Agency, Executive Director for Global Training Institute, managing director for Regional Procurement and Supplies Services, Program Coordinator for Spider Consultancy Limited, Training Officer for Corporate Management Institute, and Assistant Senior Advisor for Corporate Computer College’s business development.
Before becoming deputy governor, he was the Director General of Global Hope Foundation, a non-profit that strives to reduce the gap in medical access between developed and underdeveloped nations.
Francis Mwangangi is dedicated to proper public budget management, personal social responsibility, and social justice, equity, and equality. He’s an expert in public policy design and public affairs management.
Due to his determination, self-drive, commitment to excellence, and ability to execute complex tasks, he is a role model for both seasoned and aspiring leaders. 
His Plan to Impeach Speaker Justin Muturi
Francis Mwangangi Kilonzo and other MPs planned to impeach National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi in November 2015 for allegedly sheltering Anne Waiguru.
Led by Jubilee Coalition MP Francis Mwangangi of Yatta, the legislators are allegedly angry over efforts to frustrate Nandi Hills politician Alfred Keter’s bid to impeach Waiguru.
Francis Mwangangi accused Muturi of being partisan for delaying Keter’s proposal. “The Speaker is a prisoner of outside powers.” He should let the motion die without excuses. Francis Mwangangi: “He’s a referee, not a player.”
Controversy with Police Officer
In August 2015, police officers entered improper books of MPs for demanding payment following public gatherings.
The National Assembly Security and National Administration Committee referred police officers to Joseph Nkaissery for seeking remuneration for their work.
MPs want section 104 of the Police Act enforced against such officers. MPs don’t comprehend why they should compensate cops doing their jobs.
“Government’s first priority is security.” Where are we headed as a country if we pay the police to do their job? Mwangangi Kilonzo, Yatta MP questions.
He is worth below or above, $500k.
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