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Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu Biography, Career

Ezekiel Machogu is one of the Cabinet Secretaries appointed by President William Ruto, he holds the powerful ministry of education.

In the last general election Machogu contested as a governor for Kisii County but he was defeated by Simba Arati.

Here we are going to focus on his education background and his career.

In 1970, Ezekiel Ombaki attended Nduru High School for his O–Level Certificate. Upon completion, in 1974, he proceeded to Agoro Sare High School for his A–Level Certificate. Between 1976 and 1979, Ezekiel Ombaki attended the University of Nairobi to acquire a Bachelor of Arts.He didn’t further education beyond undergraduate level.

After completing his undergraduate course, in 1976 Ezekiel Machogu secured a job at the Office of the President as a District Officer.

Between 1989 and 2008 Machogu served as a District Commissioner.  Starting 2008 to 2016, he worked at the Public Service Commission as a Senior Deputy Secretary.

In 2017, Ezekiel Ombaki joined the Kenya National Assembly as a Member of Parliament for Nyaribari Masaba Constituency.

Here is a summary of Machogu’s biography:

Education Background:
FromToEducation InstitutionQualification
19761979University of NairobiBachelor of Arts
19741975Agoro Sare High SchoolA – Level Certificate
19701973Nduru High SchoolO – Level Certificate
Employment/Service History:
FromToEmployer/InstitutionPosition Held
2017To dateKenya National AssemblyMember of Parliament, Nyaribari Masaba Constituency
20082016Public Service CommissionSenior Deputy Secretary
19892008Office of the PresidentDistrict Commissioner
19761979Office of the PresidentDistrict Officer
Membership to Committees (12thParliament):

Membership to Committees (12th Parliament):
FromToCommitteePosition Held
2017DateCommittee on Regional IntegrationMember
2017DateMembers Services and Facilities CommitteeMem

Ezekiel Machogu is tasked with reforming the education sector and end the debate about CBC and 8-4-4 system.

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