Jakoyo Midiwo Biography
Jakoyo Midiwo was born on 31st July 1966. He is a Kenyan politician and a member of Parliament for Gem constituency. He is a member of Orange Democratic Movement and a coalition member of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy. He is the chief whip of Orange Democratic Movement.
Jakoyo Midiwo Education Background
Graduate Student, MBA Accounting
Secondary School Student at Sawagongo High School
Primary School Student at Ndori Primary School
jakoyo midiwo Political Positions
Current Political Positions
Started 10th March 2013: Member of the Parliament for Gem
Started 13th February 2013: Coalition Member of Coalition for Reforms & Democracy
Started 2008: Chief whip of Orange Democratic Movement
Previous Political Positions
2008 → 4th March 2013: Member of Parliament for Gem
2003 → 2007: Member of Parliament for Gem
Jakoyo Midiwo Committee Memberships
Started 2013: Member of House Business Committee
Started 2013: Member of Catering and Health Club Committee
Started 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Defence and Foreign Relations
2008 → 2013: Member of House Business Committee
2008 → 2013: Member of Joint Committee on Parliamentary Broadcasting and Library
2008 → 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Finance, Planning and Trade
Jakoyo Midiwo Job History
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- 19 Things Women in Relationships Must Not Do; Men Hate Them
- 7 Facts Fathers Never Tell Their Sons about Women
- How to Succeed in Life and Business – The Hedgehog Concept
- Memorable Speech by Idi Amin
Technical Supervisor – Software Implementation at Bell Atlantic Phone Company
Jakoyo Midiwo Contacts
Address: P.O. Box 68077, Nairobi
P.O Box 41842 – 00100
Twitter: @jakoyomidiwo on Twitter
Jakoyo Midiwo: Everyone in ODM is a mole
Gem MP Jakoyo Midiwo has distanced himself from allegations that he is a Jubilee mole saying that if he is a mole, then everyone in ODM is a mole.
Nominated MP Dr Oburu Oginga on Sunday sensationally claimed that the Gem legislator was a mole, citing the various meetings and phone calls between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The lawmaker, who recalled the resources he has put to develop the ODM party in terms of time and labour, stated that there is no way he could be a Jubilee mole given his position in the party.
He argued that if he was a mole then everyone in ODM, including the nominated MP, is a mole.
Jakoyo at the same time dismissed claims by Dr Oginga that he was being used by the Jubilee Government to fuel wrangles in Siaya County, terming the remarks as unfortunate.
The MP further denied claims that he was the mastermind of the chaos that disrupted Siaya Governor Cornel Rasanga’s public rally at Nyayo Gardens in Yala town last week.
The legislator distanced himself from the accusations saying he was out of the country when the mayhem took place, and strongly dismissed those linking him to that incident which he termed as unfortunate.
Nominated MP Dr Oburu Oginga had linked Jakoyo to the incident which ended the governor’s rally in disarray but the Gem MP, who has apologized to Yala residents for the regrettable incident, challenged him to table evidence.
The Gem MP, who was speaking to Citizen Digital on phone, however, asked his constituents to allow the governor to tour any part of the region at will, but maintained that they will never hesitate to demand their rightful share in county resources.
Meanwhile, Ugunja politician M.J Okumu has called on Siaya County leaders to shun the unnecessary wrangles and turn their energies on the implementation of the agenda of the day, which is devolution.
Okumu, who is a lawyer by profession, has called on Siaya Governor Cornel Rasanga and Senator James Orengo to bring together the leaders of this county so that they can sort out their differences to enable smooth running of the affairs of the county.