Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi was born 21st September, 1960 in Sabatia, Vihiga District. He first became an MP in 1989, when he was elected unopposed to take the Sabatia Constituency seat vacated by his deceased father Moses Mudavadi
Musalia Mudavadi Profile and Biography
University of Nairobi, Kenya – Bachelor of Arts, Land Economics (Hons) M.I.S.K. (RV) Graduate of the University of Nairobi
- Nairobi School, Advanced Level
- Nairobi Primary, Common Entrance
Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Local Government- 17th April, 2008
- Vice-President of the Republic of Kenya and Minister for Transport & Communications, – November – December, 2002
- Leader of Government Business, Parliament – July 1998 – May 1999 of Kenya
- Minister for Transport & Communications – July 2001 – December 2002
- Minister for Information, Transport & Communications – September 1999 – June 2001
- Minister for Agriculture – January 1998 – September 1999
- Member of Parliament for Sabatia Constituency ,Vihiga District – 1997
- Minister for Finance – January 1993 – December 1997
- Member of Parliament for Sabatia Constituency, Vihiga District- 1992
- Minister for Supplies & Marketing – May 1989- 1992
- Member of Parliament for Sabatia Constituency, Kakamega District 1989
- Director – Tysons Limited 1985 – 1989
- National Housing Corporation Land Economist 1984- 1985
National Dialogue and Reconciliation Committee Chaired by H.E. Koffi Annan, former Secretary-General, United Nations, after the post election violence.
- Team Leader, Orange Democratic Movement Party – 2008
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM):
- Founder Member of the Orange Democratic – 2007 Movement Party (ODM)
- Remains Senior Member of the Orange Democratic Movement Party
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP):
- Convener, National Finance Committee – Liberal – 2005 Democratic Party (LDP) Kenya African National Union (K.A.N.U.) Party Leadership:
- Secretary, Kakamega District – KANU Branch – 1989 – 1992
- KANU National Vice-Chairman & Member of the National Executive Council – 1992 – 2002
- Chairman – Board of Governors – African Development Bank (ADB) Group
- Member – World Bank Board of Governors
- Member – Kenya Parliamentary Committee on the Constitution of Kenya Review Commission 1998
At Constituency level:
General development and improvement on matters relating to the socio-economic well-being of the constituents.
- Completion of Vihiga District Headquarters
- Instrumental in the establishment of Mudete Tea Factory
- Education – improvement of completion rates in primary and secondary schools in Sabatia by 2001
- Health: – Sabatia Eye Hospital – only one of the two eye hospitals in the country
- Health centers or hospitals in each of the eight administrative locations in Sabatia Constituency.
- Initiated poverty alleviation programmes through improvement of education and provision of health facilities and transport infrastructure leading to life expectancy of 57 compared to the national average of 48.
- Instrumental in the establishment and fund raising for the Sabatia Constituency Development Fund (SACODEF), a KShs.27 million capitalized evolving micro-enterprise credit scheme – for youth and women groups and educational . scholarships.
At National Constituency level:
- Funds raised for various socio-economic projects – hospitals, educational institutions, social groups in all the 8 Provinces and several Districts in the Republic of Kenya.
Musalia Mudavadi Wealth
Musalia mudavadi has interests in banks, insurance, property, residential houses in the city’s riverside estate. unga house westlands also belongs to him. he also owns a property management company. His mululu home in kakamega is also worth millions of shillings.
Musalia Mudavadi Family, Wife and Children
Marital Status: Married with 3 children.
Date of Birth: 21st September, 1960.
Musalia Mudavadi Mission And Vision
A Dignified Life
Every Kenyan has a right to live a dignified life.
This is a life in which citizens of all classes enjoy social, economic and political stability and live in a powerful nation state with strong shared core values and principles; where each one is free from all forms of poverty and deprivation.
By living a dignified life Kenyans of all walks of life will be able to uphold the rule of law and respect freedoms and liberties enshrined in our newly enacted constitution. They will consciously resist the culture of influence peddling and replace it with servant leadership.
I seek to rid our country and our people the indignities that go with widespread poverty and therefore subjecting the majority of Kenyans to the inability to voice and demand for their fair share.
I have a mission to anchor Kenya on a collective partnership aimed at nurturing and enhancing the human dignity of Kenyans based on collective action guided by the rule of law and supported by a sense of equitable sharing of our national resources.
The well being of Kenyans informs my decisions. It is my conviction that every Kenyan has a right to a dignified life and I believe given the mandate to lead this country Kenyans shall indeed enjoy a Dignified Life!
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