Kimani Ichungwah was born and brought up in Gikambura Village of Karai Location (currently called Kikuyu Constituency). He is the Member of Parliament for Kikuyu constituency, Kiambu county. He is a member of The National Alliance (TNA) and a coalition member of Jubilee Alliance.
He attended Kikuyu Township Primary School for his primary education and in his completion, he joined Alliance Boys High. He was undergraduate Student at Strathmore College (Certified Public Accounts(K)) and later enrolled in Bachelor’s Degree in Economics at the University of Nairobi.
Kimani Ichung’wah has worked with Diversey E.A Ltd and also Madison Insurance as a Senior Accountant, was in charge of General and Medical Insurance as a Senior Divisions and the Standard Group Limited who was the Head of Treasury and deputy of the group financial Controller before moving to SafexAfrica as Director of Finance and Administration.
Kimani Ichungwah was born and raised in Gikambura within Kikuyu Constituency, Kiambu County.
The information concerning Kimani Ichungwa’s family is not yet in public domain but from other sources online show that his wife is known as Alice Nyakobi, the Head of Business Banking at National Bank. They are blessed with beautiful kids.
He is a Certified Accountant. Kimani worked at Madison Insurance as a senior accountant, at the Standard Group as the financial controller and at Safex Africa as the Director for Finance and Administration before joining politics in 2013.
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Threats on his life
In 2016 he forwarded a petition to parliament alleging some governors had started forming armed militias reportedly for political reasons and said his life was in danger.
Kimani Ichung’wah said that he was being trailed by unknown people. He said a leaflet had been dropped at the gate of his residence giving the indication that some people were after his life.
The MP said Kiambu Governor William Kabogo had formed a militia in the county, through a petition approved by Speaker Justin Muturi and committed to the National Administration and Security Committee three months ago.
Kimani Ichung’wah claimed the House team, chaired by Tiaty MP Asman Kamama, had not acted on it.
However, Mr. Kamama dismissed the claims, saying his team had not taken the matter lightly, and though he did not give any indication on the progress of investigations so far, he undertook to ensure that Mr. Ichung’wa was accorded extra security.
However, noting the seriousness of the matter, Mr. Muturi said top security officials would be summoned to a lawmakers’ kamukunji to discuss security and other issues that appeared to have bottled up with no solution in sight.