Ferdinand Waititu Education,Career,Wealth,Wife,Age

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Below are facts about Ferdinand Waititu’s wife,career,wealth,age and education

  1. Born on 1st January 1962, in Kibera slums-Nairobi, Ferdinand Ndungu Waititu is the current Kiambu County Governor and the immediate former Member of Parliament for Kabete Constituency. The former assistant minister for Water Services and Irrigation is also the former deputy mayor and Councillor of Njiru ward in the previous Nairobi City Council.
  2. Waititu completed his secondary school in 1981 from Dagoretti High School, where he obtained the Kenya Certificate of Education. He then proceeded to Technical University of Kenya, by-then Kenya Polytechnic before proceeding to Punjab India where he obtained a degree in commerce from Siri Guru College in 1991.
  3. He is married to Susan Ndung’u with whom they have sired five children, two daughters and three sons. Dr. Monica Ndung’u who is the eldest and just about to get married by a fellow Dr from Luo land was recently arrested together with his father Waititu having been accused of amassing lots of wealth at the expense of Kiambu people. One among many accounts she holds with locals banks had a balance of Sh108millions, a fact that the governor denied.
  4. The governor lives by the mantra that power does not come without wealth and influence, which explains his current rush to acquire more properties and his proximity to DP Ruto. He has severally declared he want to be the running mate of DP Ruto in 2022 elections.
  5. Baba Yao’s wife was previously arrested for carrying out construction within CBD without the Nairobi County’s approval. The arrest lifted the lid on rumours that Waititu was on a wealth-amassing spree, throwing billions of shillings around to acquire buildings within the CBD. It’s no secret that he bought two buildings within city centre and a house in Runda in a span of less than 8 months. The Delta Hotel opposite University of Nairobi administrations block cost him Sh800 million, Jamii Bora was valued at about Sh1.1 billion and he coughed 250million for the new Runda home. A staggering 2.22bn.
  6. Waititu is so wealthy that if his critics knew of all his assets, they would just commit suicide. He says he owned a Mercedes and a Range Rover when he was elected Councillor of Nairobi City in 2002. Some of his known businesses include a garbage collection company Bins Management Service, two petrol stations along Kangundo road, 53 Lorries, a quarry in Njiru, real estate, hundreds of acre land at the coast. We can just say that he says his net worth is around Sh5billion, he is among the richest active politician in Kenya.
  7. Waititu’s journey to the top echelons of power began in 2002 when he was elected to City Hall as a councillor for Njiru ward on a Kanu ticket at a time when Nairobi was a National Rainbow Coalition (Narc) zone. In fact, he was the only Kanu councillor in the assembly.
  8. While appearing on Citizen TV on Wednesday, January 23, Sonko expanded his list of dark confessions by saying the unthinkable when Jeff Koinange asked about his opinion on Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu. Sonko revealed that him and Waititu were chain smokers of the forbidden weed before they could marshal protests when they were MPs.
  9. Nominated senator Isaac Mwaura, revealed that Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu swore to steal from public coffers once he is elected as a governor. During an interview on NTV’s AMLive show, Mwaura stated that the interaction occurred when the two were in the parliamentary gym. The senator stated, “I was part of the campaign of Governor Waititu, but I was shocked when one day at the parliamentary gym when he told me point blank, ‘Mwaura when we get into government we must steal’. Loosely translated Governor Waititu is a THIEF. He also confessed to have bought grabbed land in Umoja.

The governor fears only God and hot porridge!