Zachariah Mwangi Njeru was born in 1996. He is a Kenyan politician and current Cabinet Secretary for the ministry of lands Housing and Urban Development appointed by president William Ruto.
Zachariah Mwangi’s education background
He attended Bondeni High School and Nakuru day Secondary school in Nakuru. Mwangi later proceeded to Nyandarua High School where he completed his Secondary education.
The CS graduated from Moi University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Science. He is a graduate of Mt. Kenya University with a Master’s degree in Public Administration. Zachariah also attended the Kenya School of Government where he undertook various courses to further his education.
The Career Journey of CS Zachariah Mwangi
Zachariah began working for DT Dobbie in 1995 as a sales administrator but later moved to hawk insurance policies.
He worked for Madison Insurance in Eldoret as an Executive from 1998 to 2000. Zachariah later moved to Meru where he worked as a branch manager at Blue Shield. He was later promoted to the position of regional manager for Rift Valley. Zachariah Mwangi worked as the regional manager between 2003 and 2007 before shifting to politics.
His political career picked up in 2015 when he was the sub-county administrator for Nakuru County.
In 2008 he was nominated as councilor in the municipal council of Nakuru and served till 2013. During his time as councilor, Zachariah also served as chair finance and general purpose committee of the council.
He was elected chairman of the public health and AIDS committee of the council in 2010.
Zachariah was appointed as the cabinet secretary for lands and physical planning by the president.
Zachariah Mwangi Njeru Wife, children and family
The CS has not disclosed the whereabouts of his family and it is not known whether or not he is married or in a relationship.
He was born and raised by his parents in Kenya but much is not known about them. It is also not clear whether he has siblings.
Zachariah Mwangi’s Net worth
While appearing before the National Assembly vetting committee, he revealed that his wealth is in form of parcels of land and investments. His net worth amounts to Ksh. 80 million.
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