Daniel arap Moi

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Daniel arap Moi
Daniel arap Moi 1979b.jpg
President Moi in 1979
2nd President of Kenya
In office
22 August 1978 – 30 December 2002
Vice President Mwai Kibaki
Josephat Karanja
George Saitoti
Musalia Mudavadi
Asíwájú Jomo Kenyatta
Arọ́pò Mwai Kibaki
Chairperson of the OAU
Lórí àga
24 June 1981 – 6 June 1983
Asíwájú Siaka Stevens
Arọ́pò Mengistu Haile Mariam
3rd Vice President of Kenya
Lórí àga
5 January 1967 – 22 August 1978
Ààrẹ Jomo Kenyatta
Asíwájú Joseph Murumbi
Arọ́pò Mwai Kibaki
Minister for Home Affairs
Lórí àga
28 December 1964 – 9 April 1978
Ààrẹ Jomo Kenyatta
Member of Parliament
Lórí àga
5 December 1963 – 20 December 2002
Arọ́pò Gideon Moi
Constituency Baringo North (1963–67)
Baringo Central (1967–2002)
Personal details
Ọjọ́ìbí Daniel Toroitich arap Moi
(1924-09-02)2 Oṣù Kẹ̀sán 1924
Sacho, Baringo, Kenya Colony
Aláìsí 4 February 2020(2020-02-04) (ọmọ ọdún 95)
Nairobi, Kenya
Ẹgbẹ́ olóṣèlu KANU
KADU (1960–1964)
Spouse(s)
Lena Bomett
(m. 1950; sep. 1974)
[1]
Children 8; including Gideon
Education Kapsabet High School
Alma mater Tambach TTC
Profession Teacher
Awards Silver World Award (1981)
Signature
Nickname(s) Baba Moi,Nyayo[2]

Daniel Toroitich arap Moi ( /ˈm/ MOH-ee; 2 September 1924 – 4 February 2020)[4] je Aare orile-ede Kenya lati 1978 titi de 2002.

Daniel arap Moi gbajumo bi 'Nyayo', oro lede Swahili fun 'igbese' nitoripe o so pe oun tele igbese Aare Kenya akoko, Jomo Kenyatta.


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