Paul Muite

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Paul Muite
Member of the Kenyan Parliament
In office
Constituency Kabete Constituency
Personal details
Born (1945-04-18) 18 April 1945 (age 72)
Nationality Kenyan
Political party Safina
Other political
Alma mater University of London (LL.B)
Kenya School of Law (Dip)
Profession Lawyer

Paul Kibugi Muite (born 18 Apr 1945) is a Kenyan lawyer and politician[1] and a prominent figure in Kenya's struggle during the 1990s to remove the single party dictatorship established by the Kenya African National Union in 1982. He served as vice chairman of the Forum for the Restoration of Democracy - Kenya[2] while it was under the tutelage of Oginga Odinga and is the founding chairman of the Safina party of Kenya. He has served several terms in the National Assembly of Kenya as member for the Kabete Constituency.


  1. ^ "Extrajudicial killings by Kenyan police resume, groups say". 8 February 2011. Retrieved 25 February 2011. 
  2. ^ Renewed ethnic violence | Keesing's World News Archives

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