Biography of James Ekomwa Lomenen
Hon. Ekomwa James Lomenen is a Kenyan politician and current senator of Turkana County.
James Ekomwa Lomenen Education background
Senator Ekwoma Lomenen, started his education journey at Amolem Primary School where he sat for his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), between 1982 – 1990.
He later attended Wei-Wei Secondary School between 1991 – 1994 where he sat for his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).
In 1998, the senator joined Egerton University where he took a diploma in Animal Health and graduated in 2001. James Ekwoma Lomenen is also a graduate of Moi University with a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy.
James Ekomwa Lomenen Career
The senator has had a lustrous career both in and out of the political space.
He has served under World Vision Kenya as the Community Development Motivator, in Loko between 2003 – 2005, and as Peace Coordinator, in Turkana South District between 2006 – 2007.
James also worked at Uwezo Kenya between the years 2008 – 2011 as District Coordinator, Turkana South.
Moreover, he joined politics in 2013 when he was elected to the national assembly as the Member of parliament for Turkana South Constituency. While in parliament he served in the Departmental Committee on Energy, Communication & Information, and the Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committees.
The former MP was re-elected in the 2017 general election winning by a majority vote. He served in the National Cohesion & Equal Opportunity, and the Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committees in his second term.
In the 2022 general election, James Ekwoma Lomenen was elected senator of Turkana county under the jubilee party ticket.
James Ekomwa Lomenen Wife and Family
Details about the whereabouts of the senator’s family have not yet been availed to the public.
Ekomwa Lomenen Net worth
Having served in government for the majority of his career, it is safe to assume that James Ekwoma Lomenen is well off.
As a senator, he is entitled to a basic salary of Ksh. 510,000 per month with allowances of up to Ksh. 250,000.