Kirinyaga County Women Representative Purity Wangui Ngirici's Biography

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Image Courtesy : Purity Wangui Ngirici

Purity Wangui Ngirici is a kenyan politician and businesswoman. She is currently serving as Kirinyaga Women Representative. She is also chairperson of Kenya Women Parliamentary Association.

Early Life

She was born on 6th June 1978 in Kirinyaga County. She grew up in South Ngarima, Kirinyaga county.

Educational Background

Ngirici is an intellectual.She began her primary education in Itangi Primary School.

She is a holder of Diploma in Business Management from Regional Institute of Business Management.

In 2016 she was awarded Bachelor degree in Commerce in Gretsa University, Kenya. She is currently taking her Masters degree in Human Resources at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.

Work

Between 1999 and 2000 she served as Japan Sales Manager in International Relations Expert. She quits the work one year later for self- employment.

The business magnate now is established and runs Ngirici and Sons Ltd and Joy Team Tyres and Half Moon Investments as Chief Executive and Executive director respectively.

Image : Trucks belonging to Ngirici and Sons Ltd.

Marriage

She is happily married to businessman Andrew Ngirici.The two blessed with three children, two sons Dean Ngirici, Sean Ngirici and one daughter.

Photo: Purity Ngirici and Sean Ngirici (In front), Andrew Ngirici and Dean Ngirici (At the back.

Political Journey

Vocal politician is serving as Kirinyaga County Women representative. First timer was elected in 2017 via Jubilee party ticket after she defeated incumbent Winner Njuguna.

She has declared her interest to run for county top seat in 2022 general poll where she will face off incumbent Ann Waiguru.Her chief campaigner is her husband Andrew Ngirici.

Net Worth

Politician is a successful and established business lady in real estate and agriculture. She owns a chopper and fleet of high class cars.

Image: Purity Wangui Ngirici boarding her chopper in 2017 campaigns.

Image Courtesy: Andrew Ngirici and Purity Wangui Ngirici

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