Stewart Madzayo Biography
Stewart Madzayo is a Kenyan politician born in 16th june 1958 in Chonyi; Bahari constituency Kilifi county. He is a Kenyan politician and the senator for Kilifi county . He is a member of orange democratic movement (ODM) and a coalition member of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy.
Stewart Madzayo Education Background
- 1980 – 1983 : Undergraduate student of University of Jabalpur, Bachelor of Commerce.
- 1986 – 1988 : Student at Kenya School of Law, Diploma in Law.
- 1983 – 1986: Undergraduate student of University of Bombay, Bachelors of Law.
- Secodary school student at Mombasa Baptist High School
- Primary school student at Mvita Primary School.
Stewart Madzayo Political Career
- Started 11th March 2013 : Senator for Kilifi of Senate
- Started 13th February 2013 : Coalition Member of Coalition for Reforms & Democracy
- Started 8th February 2013 : Member of Orange Democratic Movement
Previous Political Positions
- 8th February 2013 → 4th March 2013 : Aspirant Senator for Kilifi county.
- 2007 : Aspirant Member of Parliament for Bahari
- 2003 – 2012 : Judge of Industrial Court of Kenya now Employment and Labour Relations Court
- 1990 – 1995 : Corporation Security, Kenya Posts and Telephone.
- 1996 – 2003 : Senior Partner, Practicing Advocate.
Stewart Madzayo Family
Madzayo is married and he has five children.
During his campaign for the senatorial seat Madzayo and Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi were attacked by some members of Mombasa Republican Council, whom he had represented in court. The bodyguard to Amason Kingi succumbed to his injuries.
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Kilifi Senator Stewart Madzayo Thursday said that he narrowly escaped death after suspected members of an outlawed group stormed a rally he was to address in Mtwapa and threatened him with a machete.
The senator told Justice Martin Muya of the High Court in Mombasa that the youths associated with the Mombasa Republican Council (MRC) emerged and surged towards the dais.
“They came all the way to where I was seated with governor Amason Kingi and then Kilifi County Chairperson Esther Kache. Other guests who had accompanied us, were seated behind us” the former Industrial Court Judge testified.
COMING TO GREET US
“As politicians, we thought the young people were only coming to greet us. However, suddenly, the entire dais was crowded and the youths declared that the meeting would not go on,” the senator said.
Mr Madzayo said there was a commotion as the master of ceremonies struggled to get the group off the podium. They insisted the crowds had to disperse immediately.”
The senator was testifying in a case in which Mr Faraji Konde Kazungu, Mr Omar Diofu Gwashe, Mr Suleiman Mohammed Suleiman and Mr Justice Randu Nyandu alias Hangani are accused of murdering Mr Kingi’s bodyguard Police Constable Harrison Maitha Mweni.
Source : Daily Nation