Mishi Juma Biography
Mishi Juma is a Kenyan politician and currently the Women’s Representative for Mombasa county. She is a member a member of Orange Democratic Movement. She has actively participated in Likoni political campaigns in 1997 and 2002. She vied for Likoni parliamentary seat in 2007 and lost in party nominations which were marred by irregularities. She would like to see government funded drug rehabilitation centres established in Mombasa.
Mishi Juma Education
Undergraduate Student Moi University (Communications and Public Realations)
Current Political Positions
From 10th March 2013 : Women’s representative for Mombasa County, Member of the National Assembly
From 13th February 2013 : Coalition Member of Coalition for Reforms & Democracy
From 8th February 2013 : Member of Orange Democratic Movement
Previous Political Positions
From 8th February 2013 – 4th March 2013: Aspirant Women representative for Mombasa County
From 2013: Member of Joint Committee on Parliamentary Broadcasting and Library
From 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Public Works, Roads & Transport
Mishi Juma Contacts
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Mishi Juma – News
A Mombasa women representative will be charged with incitement and hate speech, the DPP has said.
On Wednesday, the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions ordered the prosecution of Ms Mishi Juma Mboko for remarks made on June 1.
Senior principle prosecution counsel Alexander Muteti appeared before a Mombasa court on Thursday, seeking orders that Ms Mboko appear in court and take a plea.
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“The accused person is not in court but we have instruction that she be charged by the DPP for some criminal offences.
“We are applying to this court to summon her through the head of criminal investigation in Mombasa,” he said.
DISOBEYED THE LAW
According to police, Ms Mboko’s words on Madaraka Day amount to incitement to violence and disobedience of the law contrary to section 96(1) of the Penal Code.
In the charge sheet, she is quoted as saying: “Kenyans are going to bring revolution for this country. Enough is enough. We are tired as Kenyans. Revolution is with the people. Sovereignty is with the people. Revolution is with the people, people, people,”
In the second count of incitement of ethnic hatred, she is claimed to have said: “There are two tribes that think they own this country and we want to tell them chuma wanacho.”
In his ruling, Mombasa Chief Magistrate Maxwell Gicheru directed DCIO Mombasa Ndumba Dangali to serve Ms Mboko with a summon to appear in court on June 23.
Source: Daily Nation