Wakoli Bifwoli

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Honourable
Wakoli Bifwoli
MP
Assistant Minister of Lands
Minister James Orengo
Member of the Kenyan Parliament
In office
2002–2013
Preceded by Lawrence Sifuna
Succeeded by Boniface Otsyula
Constituency Bumula
Personal details
Born 1952 (age 64–65)
Nationality Kenyan
Political party FORD-KENYA
Spouse(s) Margaret Wakoli
Children 9
Profession Teacher

Sylvester Wakoli Bifwoli (born 1952) is a Kenyan politician. He is a member of the Ford-Kenya political party, an affiliate of The Party of National Unity. He was elected to represent Bumula Constituency in Western Province, in the National Assembly of Kenya in the Kenyan parliamentary election, 2007. He also serves an Assistant Minister in the Ministry of Lands in Kenya's Grand Coalition Government.

Entry into Parliament[edit]

He was first elected into Parliament in 2002, succeeding Mr. Lawrence Sifuna.[1] A career trade unionist and teacher, Wakoli has distinguished himself as a performer.

Wakoli Bifwoli, as he prefers to be referred, has stated his desire to run for Kenya's presidency in the 2012 national elections. He has vowed to legalize busaa, a traditional brew, if he does assume the presidency. He has also repeatedly called for Kenyans to desist from placing undue value on land.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Members Of The 10th Parliament. Parliament of Kenya. Accessed June 19, 2008.

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