Deputy President of Kenya

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The Deputy President of Kenya (formerly the Vice-President of Kenya) is the second-highest executive official in the Kenyan government.

List[edit]

Parties

      Kenya African National Union (KANU)
      National Rainbow Coalition (NRC) / Party of National Unity (PNU)
      Wiper Democratic Movement – Kenya (WDM–K)
      Jubilee Alliance (JA)

Key

Died in office

Vice-Presidents of Kenya[edit]

# Picture Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Political Party
1 No image.png Jaramogi Oginga Odinga
(1911–1994)
12 December 1964 14 April 1967 KANU
2 No image.png Joseph Murumbi
(1911–1990)
3 May 1966 31 August 1966 KANU
3 Daniel arap Moi 1979b.jpg Daniel arap Moi
(b. 1924)
5 January 1967 22 August 1978 KANU
4 Mwai Kibaki.jpg Mwai Kibaki
(b. 1931)
14 October 1978 24 March 1988 KANU
5 No image.png Josephat Karanja
(1931–1994)
24 March 1988 1 May 1989 KANU
6 No image.png George Saitoti
(1945–2012)
1 May 1989 8 January 1998 KANU
Vacant (8 January 1998 – 3 April 1999)
(6) No image.png George Saitoti
(1945–2012)
3 April 1999 30 August 2002 KANU
7 Musalia Mudavadi.JPG Musalia Mudavadi
(b. 1960)
4 November 2002 3 January 2003 KANU
8 Wamalwapotr.jpg Michael Kijana Wamalwa
(1944–2003)
3 January 2003 23 August 2003[†] NRC
9 Moody Awori.jpg Moody Awori
(b. 1927)
25 September 2003 9 January 2008 NRC / PNU
10 Kalonzo Musyoka1.jpg Kalonzo Musyoka
(b. 1953)
9 January 2008 9 April 2013 WDM–K

Deputy President of Kenya[edit]

# Picture Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Political Party
1 William Ruto at WTO Public Forum 2014.jpg William Ruto
(b. 1966)
9 April 2013 Incumbent JA

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