Kimani Ichungwa is a Kenyan politician and the current majority leader of the National Assembly. He is the MP for Kikuyu Constituency in Kiambu County. Ichunga was born and brought up in Gikambura, Karai location in Kiambu County.
Kimani Ichungwa Education background
Ichungwa took his primary school studies at Kikuyu town primary school and later proceeded to Alliance High School. He attended the University of Nairobi where he pursued a bachelor’s degree in economics. The majority leader also attended Strathmore College and is a holder of a certified public accountant (CPA) certificate.
Kimani Ichungwa Career
After completing his tertiary education, he worked with Diversey E A Ltd and Madison Insurance as a Senior Accountant. At Diversey E.A Ltd and Madison Insurance, he was in charge of General and Medical Insurance.
He worked at the senior division at Standard Group Limited as the General and Medical Insurance and the Head of Treasury. Kimani later landed a job at SafexAfrica as the Director of Finance and administration.
He engaged in politics for the first time in 2007 when he vied for the Kikuyu Constituency parliamentary seat but lost. Kimani tried his luck again in the 2013 elections and was fortunate enough as he was elected. Ichungwa was then re-elected in the subsequent 2017 and 2022 elections where he won by a majority vote. He is the majority leader of the National Assembly.
In 2007 he vied under The National Alliance (TNA) party ticket, the Jubille party in the 2013 and 2017 elections, and the United Democratic Alliance under the Kenya Kwanza coalition.
Kimani Ichungwa Wife, Family and Children
The majority leader is the husband of Allice Nyokabi and has three daughters. His wife Alice Nyokabi is the Head of Business Banking at National Bank.
More details about his family have not yet been made available to the public as Kimani Ichungwa likes to keep his personal life on a low-key.
Kimani Ichungwa Net Worth
According to various sources, Kimani Ichunwga is worth Ksh.100-300 million on estimates. It is however safe to assume that he is well off with his income from the corporate sector and the public service.