Aden Duale

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Aden Duale
Majority Leader of the National Assembly
Assumed office
17 April 2013
Assistant Minister for Livestock Development
In office
17 April 2008 – 26 March 2012
Succeeded by Godhana Dhadho
Member of Parliament for Dujis Constituency
Assumed office
15 January 2008
Preceded by Hussein Maalim Mohamed
Personal details
Born 1969 (age 47–48)
Garissa, Kenya
Nationality Kenyan
Political party United Republican Party
Children 5[1]
Alma mater Moi University (BA)
JKUAT (Executive MBA)
Religion Islam

Aden Bare Duale (Somali: Aadan Barre Ducaale) is the Majority Leader of the National Assembly of Kenya. He was elected in 2013 under the United Republican Party (URP). He is of Somali ethnicity.

Overview[edit]

Aden has served as a representative of the Dujis Constituency in the National Assembly of Kenya since the 2007 parliamentary elections.[2] After initially being elected with the Orange Democratic Movement, he switched parties for the 2013 elections, and won re-election as a member of the United Republican Party. He comes from the Abdulwak of the Talamooge sub-clan, which is part of the larger Ogaden clan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Profile: Aden Duale". majorityleader.co.ke. Retrieved 19 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Members Of The 10th Parliament. Parliament of Kenya. Accessed June 19, 2008.

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