|First Lady of Kenya|
30 December 2002 – 9 April 2013
|Preceded by||Ngina Kenyatta1|
|Succeeded by||Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta|
|Died||26 April 2016 (aged 80)
Bupa Cromwell Hospital, London
|Spouse(s)||Mwai Kibaki (m. 1961)|
She was born Lucy Muthoni in 1936 to the Rev. John Kagai, a pastor of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa and Rose Nyachomba, in Mukurwe-ini, Nyeri County, Mount Kenya. She was educated at Alliance Girls High School, then trained as a teacher, working first at Kamwenja Teachers College and later at Kambui College in Kiambu, where she rose to the post of principal. She met Mwai Kibaki in 1959. After a two-year romance, the couple married in 1961, with Lucy quitting her teaching career in 1963. They had four children: Judy Wanjiku, Jimmy Kibaki, David Kagai and Tony Githinji. Kibaki was a patron of the Kenya Girl Guides Association.
Lucy was renowned for her volcanic temperament and disregard for Mary,who was allegedly Kibaki's second wife. This was ,however, confirmed to be false .
- Phombeah, Gray (2005-05-06). "Kenya's controversial first lady". BBC News. Retrieved 2011-08-09.
- Obwocha, Beatrice (26 April 2016). "Lucy Kibaki dies". Daily Nation.
- "Alliance Girls High School: Historical Perspectives". Alliancegirlshigh.com. 1948-02-28. Retrieved 2011-08-09.
- KBC, 23 February 2007: First Lady assures KGGA of support
- BBC News, 19 May 2006 Kenyan first lady in Aids storm