Simeon Nyachae Biography
Simeon Nyachae was born in Nyaribari location on 6 Feb. 1932 to the then powerful colonial chief of the location Musa Nyandusi. Nyachae’s earlier exposure to western education was facilitated by his own father, himself a mission-educated graduate who used his strong influence and acquittance to the colonial administrators to be appointed chief. Born into a large polygamous family, Nyachae was fortunate that his father developed a particular liking for him, more than his elder brother James Oiruria, who apparently was less talkative and outgoing than Simon Nyachae.
Simeon Nyachae Education Background
1957 : Went to London to study Public Administration.
1949 : joined Kisii Government African School, (just a year before he sat for the then Ordinary Level School Certificate, he withdrew from the school and was employed at his father’s chief’s camp as a district clerk in 1954.)
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1947 : Joined Kereri intermediate school
1941 : Joined Nyanchwa Seventh-day Adventist School
Simeon Nyachae – Career Civil Servant
Simon Nyachae’s long career in the civil service began at this point. However in 1957, Nyachae’s father realised that his son would be better off with higher education and that is why he arranged for his admission to study public administration in London. Upon his return to Kenya in 1960, Nyachae was posted as a District Officer in Kangundo Division and later returning to Churchill College, Cambridge for a diploma course in public administration. He became a District commissioner by December 1963. Upon his return to Kenya in 1964 he went back to provincial administration and from this point on, he steadily rose up the ranks within the provincial administration and ending up serving as a Provincial Commissioner (between 1965–1979) and later chief secretary in the Civil Service under the Kenyatta and Moi governments.
Simeon Nyachae Career in Politics
2007 : Aspirant Member of Parliament for Nyaribari Chache Constituency.
2006 – 2007 : Minister of roads and Public Works.
2004 : Minister for Energy
2003 – 2007 : Member of Parliament for Nyaribari Chache Constituency
2002 – 2007 : Member of Forum for Restoration and Democracy
1999 : He left Kenya African National Union (KANU) to join the opposition FORD People, by then only a small party with some roots in Central Kenya and three deputies in parliament.
1999 : he fell out with Moi and resigned from the government after having been moved to the less influential ministry of Industry
1998 – 1999 : cabinet minister first for Agriculture
1998 – 2002 : Member of Parliament for Nyaribari Chache Constituency
1992- 1997 : Member of Parliament for Nyaribari Chache Constituency
1992 – 2000 : Member of Kenya African National Union (KANU)
Simeon Nyachae Civil Service
Later : Chief secretary in the Civil Service under the Kenyatta and Moi governments.
1965 – 1979 : Provincial Commissioner
1964 : Provincial administrator
December 1963 : District commissioner
1960 : District Officer in Kangundo Division
Simeon Nyachae – Ford People
Nyachae’s plans to run for presidency did not find wide support as the main opposition groups cooperated with Mwai Kibaki’s Democratic Party to form the National Alliance of Kenya which then teamed up with Raila Odinga’s LDP to form the Rainbow Coalition.
During the 2002 General Elections he did not succeed in his presidential bid but was able to enter parliament with a 14 member strong FORD-People faction after collecting all constituencies in Kisii. Ford-People was the only sizeable opposition party besides KANU in the 2002 parliament.
Simeon Nyachae – Minister under Mwai Kibaki
When president Kibaki’s NARC-Coalition started to crumble the support of FORD-People became most welcome and in 2004, when president Mwai Kibaki was facing strong opposition from his cabinet he recalled Nyachae to government as Minister for Energy and later for Roads.
On 31 May 2006 Nyachae declared intentions of retiring from politics due to his age.
Nevertheless he ran again for the 2007 elections. This time however, the opposition wave swept his Kisii stronghold and Nyachae was not elected again as it happened to the majority of Kibaki’s government ministers and nearly all Ford-People candidates.
Simeon Nyachae Wealth
He runs a chain of business ranging from agriculture, Banking, Real Estate, Transportation and Manufacturing based in all major cities in Kenya (Narok, Kisii, Kericho, Sotik, Kisumu, Mombasa, Nyeri and Nairobi. He’s one of the prominent businessman in Kisii town.
Simeon Nyachae Family,
Simeon Nyachae Wife
Nyachae is married to five wives: Martha Mwango (m. 1957), Druscilla Kerubo (m. 1955), Esther Nyaboke (m. 1954), Sylvia Nyachae, and Grace.
Simeon Nyachae Children
Simeon Nyachae and his wives have several children.