Boniface Kabaka Biography – Boniface Kabaka Wiki
Boniface Kabaka (Boniface Mutinda Kabaka) was a Kenyan politician and the Senator of Machakos County. He was voted in as Machakos Senator during the 2017 general elections and served until his demise in December 2020. He was a member of Chama Cha Uzalendo (CCU).
He was also a senior partner at Kabaka & Associates Advocates since 2000 and a Part-time lecturer at Catholic University of Eastern Africa since 2010. He served as a part-time consulting editor for Lawyers Kenya Magazine from 2009 – 2010. He worked as an Assistant Corporate Secretary/Legal Officer at Kenya Railway Training Institute (South B) from 1993 – 2001.
Boniface Kabaka Education Background
Boniface Kabaka graduated in 2010 from The University of Nairobi (UON) with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in finance law. From 2009-2011, he studied Master of Arts in Diplomacy at UON. From 2006-2009, he studied Master of Laws (LL.M.) at UON. From 2004-2009, he studied Master of Business Administration (MBA) at UON. From 1991-1992, he studied Diploma in Law at the Kenya School of Law. From 1987-1990, he studied Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) at the University of Nairobi’s Faculty of Law.
Boniface Kabaka Age
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Boniface Kabaka Wife
Boniface Kabaka was married to his two wives: Mueni Jennifer Kabaka and Katanu Vascoline Kabaka.
Boniface Kabaka Children
Boniface Kabaka has children. Their names and ages are still unavailable.
Boniface Kabaka Death
Machakos Senator Boniface Mutinda Kabaka died on 11 December 2020 while receiving treatment at a Nairobi Hospital. The senator was last Friday admitted at the Nairobi Hospital after collapsing while with a woman at an apartment in Kilimani, Nairobi, according to a police report.
He is reported to have checked in at the apartment along Elgeyo Marakwet Road in Kilimani on December 3 afternoon accompanied by a woman identified as Esther Nthenya Muli, a teacher based in Wote. According to a police report, the incident was reported by Boniface Kabaka’s wife who said that at around 3 am she was informed by an employee at the lawmaker’s office that her husband had been admitted to the ICU.
The police report obtained by Primal Information read in part: “She went to the said hospital accompanied by other family members among them her co-wife where she established that the Senator was brought by paramedics after falling sick while in an apartment along Elgeyo Marakwet Road within Kilimani.”
Police officers went to the scene and found the woman who disclosed that she was with the Senator in the apartment when he suddenly started complaining of severe headache and asked her to look for paracetamols. She added that the pain worsened and she reportedly informed the management who called for an ambulance and rushed the lawmaker to Nairobi Hospital. She was arrested and arraigned in court before later being released on a personal bond after tests showed no traces of poison on the deceased’s blood, according to Kenya’s Citizen TV.
Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua paid tribute to the Senator in a statement on Twitter. The Governor tweeted: “On behalf of myself and the people of Machakos, I pass my condolence to the family of our beloved Senator Boniface Kabaka who has gone to be with the Lord due to the effects of a stroke arising from a blood clot that has been bothering him for a while.
“Senator Kabaka was an astute lawyer and legislator. Before he became Senator he had for a time served as my Government’s legal counsel. He was a lively man with strong dedication for the improvement of the welfare of the people of Machakos and Kenya. This is a big blow to us.
“At this time of sadness and loss, let us remember his family and keep them in our prayers. Senator Kabaka – Lawyer, Teacher, Husband, Father, Leader, and Trail Blazer: He will be greatly missed. May the Lord give comfort and strength to his Loved ones. Rest In Peace.”
Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu said: “I have learnt with a heavy heart, the passing on of Hon. Boniface Kabaka, the Senator for Machakos County. Hon Kabaka will be remembered as an astute leader who put Country before self as witnessed during the deadlock in the revenue sharing formula discussions just recently.
“My condolence to his wife, children and the entire family as well as the people of Machakos for this painful loss. We pray that you find favor in God throughout this difficult mourning period. May the Lord rest his soul in enteral peace.”
Boniface Kabaka Cause of Death
According to Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, Boniface Kabaka’s cause of death was due to the effects of a stroke arising from a blood clot that has been bothering him for a while.
Boniface Kabaka Salary
According to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission ( SRC) in Gazette Notices No. 6516, 6517, 6518 and 6519 of 2017, Members of the Senate (Senators) and National Assembly (MPs) earn a basic salary of KSh 518,649 and allowances of KSh 222,278, totaling to KSh 740,927 per month.
Boniface Kabaka Net Worth
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