After Mwai Kibaki’s tragic death at the age of 90, many people are curious about his family, particularly his son David Kibaki. In this piece, we’ll take a closer look at David’s career.
Mwai Kibaki’s death was announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday, who described it as a “sad day for the country” and praised his predecessor as a great Kenyan and statesman. The cause of Mwai’s death, however, is still unknown.
Under President Daniel Moi, Mwai served as Kenya’s fourth Vice President for ten years, from 1978 to 1988. From 1992 to 2002, Mwai was a member of the Kenyan Parliament as a member of the opposition.
What is David Kibaki’s background?
Mwai Kibaki, Kenya’s former president, and Lucy Muthoni Kibaki, Kenya’s first lady, have a son named David Kibaki.
David has yet to indicate an interest in entering Kenyan politics like his father.
Mwai Kibaki, David’s father and a Kenyan politician, served as the country’s third president from December 2002 to April 2013.
David Kibaki’s Age: What Is His Age?
On the internet, no information about David Kibaki’s age has been revealed.
We don’t know when David was born, but he appears to be in his 50s based on his appearance. His father, Mwai, on the other hand, died at the age of 90.
David Kibaki’s Siblings: Who Are They?
David Kibaki has three siblings: Tony Kibaki, Judy Kibaki, and Wangui Mwai.
Jimmy, David’s younger brother, joined the sports betting industry in 2018 as chairman of Odibets, a company he started. Jimmy was elected as the Democratic Party’s vice leader in 2021.
Jimmy Kibaki requested his father for a loan to start a business when he returned to Kenya in 1988 after finishing his education in Canada.
David Kibaki Father
Mwai Kibaki (November 15, 1931 – April 21, 2022) was a Kenyan politician who served as the country’s third President from December 2002 to April 2013.
From 1978 to 1988, he was Kenya’s fourth Vice-President, serving under President Daniel arap Moi for ten years. He also served in the Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel arap Moi governments as a cabinet minister, including as Finance Minister (1969–1981) and Minister for Home Affairs (1982–1988) and Minister for Health (1988–1991) under Kenyatta and Minister for Home Affairs (1982–1988) and Minister for Health (1988–1991) under Moi.
From 1992 to 2002, Kibaki was a member of the opposition in the Kenyan Parliament. In 1992 and 1997, he ran for president but lost both times. From 1998 until 2002, he was the Leader of the Official Opposition in Parliament. He was elected President of Kenya in the presidential election of 2002.