Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka Biography
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka was born on December 24, 1953. Kalonzo Musyoka is a lawyer by profession and holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Business Management from Mediterranean Institute of Management, Nicosia , Cyprus ; Diploma in Law from Kenya School of Law; Bachelor of Law from University of Nairobi .
He started Pupilage and as a Legal Assistant at Kaplan & Stratton Advocates; Manager (Legal Service), Comcraft services Ltd.; Private Practice, S.K. Musyoka & Co. Advocates.
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka – Education Background
1979 – 1981 : Graduate Student of mediterranean institute of management (post graduate Diploma in Business Management)
1977 – 1978 : Student of Kenya School of Law (Diploma)
1974 – 1977 : Undergraduate Student of University of Nairobi (B. law)
1972 – 1973 : Secondary School Student of Meru high school
1968 – 1971 : Secondary School Student of Kitui high school (O level’s)
1960 – 1967 : Primary School Student of Tseikuru primary school
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka – Political Positions
Started January 2013 : party leader of Wiper democratic Movement Kenya
Started 2012 : Member of Wiper democratic Movement Kenya
Started 2012 : Coalition Member of Coalition for Reforms & Democracy
December 2012 – 4th March 2013 : Deputy President Aspirant of REPUBLIC OF KENYA
2008 – 4th March 2013 : Member of Parliament for Mwingi North
2007 – January 2013 : party leader for Orange Democratic Movement Party Of Kenya
2007 – January 2013 : Member of Orange Democratic Movement Party Of Kenya
2011 – December 2012 : Aspirant President for Kenya
2008 – 2012 : Vice President and Cabinet Minister for Home Affairs
2003 – 2007 : Member of Parliament for Mwingi North
2004 – 2005 : Cabinet Minister of Environment & Natural Resources
2003 – 2004 : Cabinet Minister of Foreign Affairs
2002 – 2002 : Founding member of Liberal Democratic Party
1998 – 2002 : Member of Parliament for Mwingi North
1998 – 2001 : Cabinet Minister of Education
1993 – 1998 : Cabinet Minister of Foreign Affairs
1992 – 1997 : Member of Parliament for Mwingi North
1988 – 1992 : Member of Parliament for Mwingi North
1988 – 1992 : Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly
1986 – 1988 : Assistant Minister of Works
1980 – 1988 : Secretary of Kenya African National Union
1985 – 1987 : Member of Parliament for Mwingi North
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka – Job History
Started 2006 : Patron of The Kalonzo Musyoka Foundation
Started 1986 : consulting partner of Musyoka & Wambua company
2002 – 2007 : Member of Liberal Democratic Party
1983 – 1985 : founding partner of Musyoka & company
1980 – 1983 : Legal Manager of Comcraft services
1978 – 1979 : Legal intern of Kaplan & Stratton
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka Political Career
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka won the Kitui North By-elections in 1985 and was appointed an Assistant Minister for Works, Housing and Physical Planning. Re-elected MP in 1988 and elected Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Organizing Secretary of KANU and member of KANU National Executive Committee.
In 1992, he was re-elected MP and appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
He was re-elected in 1997 and appointed Minister for Education and Human Resources Development, Minister for Tourism and Information, Elected National Vice-Chairman of KANU, re-elected MP in 2002 and appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs before his current appointment.
Musyoka has traveled extensively as Head and Member of Government Delegations to various countries: addressed the UN General Assembly from 1993-1998, chaired and spearheaded peace initiatives within the framework of Inter-Governmental Authority for Development (IGAD) peace processes for Sudan and Somalia, and within the Great Lakes Region.
After tirelessly working for the two IGAD initiatives, and therefore after witnessing the final conclusion, Hon. Musyoka had this into remark:
“I am keenly aware that each time, a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice; he sends forth a ripple of hope to those involved. This commitment inspires my contribution to the cause of peace in Sudan , Somalia and the Great Lakes region as a whole. I therefore pledge my continued engagement in the pursuit of peace and stability in the region. I was dearly humbled by the Somali peaceful election and the peace at large.”
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka Family
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka is married to Pauline Kalonza and they have four children.
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka Wealth
According to wealth declaration forms, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka is worth Ksh 55 million shillings , Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka has two estates worth Sh. 29 million, Sh. 278,000 worth of shares and six motor vehicles worth over Sh. 6 million, cash in bank accounts and income generated from his law firm.
Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka Contacts
Address : Parliament Buildings
P.O Box 41842 – 00100
Email : email@example.com
Tel : 0722711261
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Kalonzo Musyoka dedicates award to wife Pauline Musyoka
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has dedicated the African Dignitary Man Of the Year award to his wife, Pauline, the country and the African continent. “I want to dedicate this award to my wife (Pauline) who has worked tirelessly for this foundation (Kalonzo Musyoka Foundation), to the people of Kenya, the suffering people, to Africa my continent and above all to God,” said Kalonzo.
He said Pauline has been dedicating her time, effort and family resources to care for the needy through the foundation.
Not much has been heard of Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka’s wife, Pauline Kalonzo, ever since she was admitted to Nairobi Hospital in 2015. Pauline has allegedly been suffering from an undisclosed ailment, prompting Kalonzo to miss some political engagements to accompany her for treatment abroad. Such times include the Cord demonstrations in Nairobi against the IEBC.
According to sources at Nairobi Hospital, Pauline was first admitted one Tuesday evening on December 29 after doctors advised her to spend more time for further checks. The former VP and a close family member were spotted at the hospital the following Wednesday morning.
Doctors then said Pauline, who is a senior employee at the Central Bank of Kenya, was in a stable condition and was to be discharged after the tests, before she began seeking medical treatment abroad.
“Lately, she has not been quite consistent,” said a source at the Central Bank where she has been working for a very long time. “She comes to work occasionally and even so, she doesn’t stick around for a very long time.”