Katoo Ole Metito

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Katoo Ole Metito (born 1973) is a Kenyan politician and former Minister for provincial administration and Internal Security in the Kenyan government. He belongs to NARC-Kenya and was elected to represent the Kajiado South Constituency in the National Assembly of Kenya since the Kenyan parliamentary election, 2007.[1]

Education[edit]

Katoo Ole Metito holds a B.Sc (Microprocessor Technology and Instrumentation) from the University of Nairobi and a Higher Diploma (Management of Information Systems) from Strathmore College.

Politics[edit]

Ole Metito was appointed Minister for Provincial Administration and internal security by president Mwai Kibaki on September 24, 2012, following the death of his predecessor, Professor George Saitoti slightly over three months earlier on June 10, 2012. Before that, he was an Assistant Minister for the Ministry of Regional Development, a position he had held since 2008. A Kibaki loyalist, he is also the Secretary, Political Affairs and the Chairperson of NARC-Kenya, Loitokitok Branch. Between 2006-2008, he served as Assistant Minister of Youth Affairs within the Ministry of Youth and Sports. He was the Member of Parliament for Kajiado South Constituency since 2002.

professional life[edit]

Outside politics, Katoo Ole Metito has served as an Administrator & Accountant for the Kenya Economic Pastoralist Development Association (2000 2001). He has also worked for the United Nations World Food Programme as a Divisional Controller in Kenya from 1998 to 2000. Before this appointment, he was an accountant with Amboseli Tsavo Group Ranches Conservation Association.

Katoo Ole Metito was elected in 2003 following the death of his predecessor Geoffrey Mepukori Parpai.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Members Of The 10th Parliament Archived 2008-07-01 at the Wayback Machine.. Parliament of Kenya. Accessed June 19, 2008.