Mutahi Kagwe Biography
Hon. Mutahi Kagwe was born in January, 1958, he is the former Minister for Information and Communications and the fifth Member of Parliament for Mukurweini Constituency.
He has had a stint at the helm of the Kenyan Parliamentary Committee on Finance, Trade, Tourism and Planning. He holds a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the University of Nairobi, and an MBA from the United States International University (USIU) of Nairobi.
1988 → 1992 : Graduate Student of United States International University(Masters Business Administration.)
1978 → 1981 : Undergraduate Student of University of Nairobi (B com (Insurance law and practices))
1972 → 1975 : Secondary School Studentof Kagumo High School (O level’s)
1965 → 1971 : Primary School Student of Kihate Primary School
Current Political Positions
Current Political Position
11th March 2013 – Up to date : Senator for Nyeri County
13th February 2013- Up to date : Coalition Member of Jubilee Alliance
February 2013 – Up to date : Member of National Rainbow Coalition
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Previous Political Positions
2006 – 2007 :Minister of Information, Transport and Communication Cabinet
2003 – 2007 : MP for Mukurweini Constituency
2002 – 2007 : Member of National Rainbow Coalition
Ongoing : Chairman of research international East Africa and the group-managing director of Tell- em Public Relations (E.A) Ltd
1989 → 1991 : Commercial Manager of The Standard Limited
1987 → 1989 : Advertising Manager of The Standard Limited, Nairobi
He has many professional memberships including :
- The Marketing Society of Kenya,
- The Kenya Institute of Management,
- The parliamentarian network of the World Bank, and
- The commonwealth parliamentary association.
Family, Wife and Children
He is married to Mrs Ann Wanjiku Mutahi and they have four children. Kagwe, Njoroge, Nyawira and Kahumburu.
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