Jomo Kenyatta

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Jomo Kenyatta
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1st President of Kenya
In office
12 December 1964 – 22 August 1978
Vice President Jaramogi Oginga Odinga
Joseph Zuzarte Murumbi
Daniel arap Moi
Preceded by Malcolm MacDonald
as Governor-General
Succeeded by Daniel arap Moi
Prime Minister of Kenya
In office
1 June 1963 – 12 December 1964
Monarch Elizabeth II
Governor-General Malcolm MacDonald
Preceded by Office Established
Succeeded by Himself
as President of Kenya
Personal details
Born Kamau wa Muigai
1894[1]
Ichaweri, Gatundu
British East Africa
Died 22 Oṣù Kẹjọ, 1978 (ọmọ ọdún 83)
Mombasa, Coast
Kenya
Political party KANU
Spouse(s) Grace Wahu (m. 1919), Edna Clarke (1942-1946), Grace Wanjiku, Mama Ngina (1951-1978)

Jomo Kenyatta[pron.] (c. 1894[2] – 22 August 1978) je Alakoso Agba akoko (1963–1964) ati Aare (1964–1978) akoko orile-ede Kenya.


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  1. "Dukier World History, 4th edition, 2004"
  2. Jomo Kenyatta. (2007) Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Retrieved 2007-11-15.