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Philip Leakey (born 21 June 1949) is a former member of the Kenyan Parliament. He represented the KANU party led by then president Daniel Arap Moi. He was an MP of Langata Constituency from 1979  and served as a cabinet minister for a short stint. He lost his parliamentary seat in the 1992 Kenyan general elections, the first multiparty elections in Kenya, when Raila Odinga won the Langata seat.
His parents are Louis and Mary Leakey, both famous paleontologists. Philip is brother to Richard and Jonathan Leakey, and half-brother to Colin Leakey. His children by his second wife, Valerie Fraser Leakey, are Lara Fraser Leakey , Kyela Fraser Leakey and Tiana Fraser Leakey. He was educated at Leighton Park School.
Position in the Leakey family
|Louis Leakey family tree|
|Member of the National Assembly of Kenya
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