Hon. David Ndakwa – Leader of Minority
Hon. Ndakwa was born in 1973 and did his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education in 1987 at Kalenda primary school and later joined Samitsi secondary school for his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education in 1991.
He holds a Degree in Information Science from Moi University and a Diploma in Information Studies from the University of Nairobi. He has worked as Managing Director of Pavement Publishers (2017-2000).
He is the principal leader of the minority caucus and is responsible for;
- Developing the minority position.
- Negotiation with the majority party.
- Directs minority caucus activities on the floor and leading and defending debates for the minority.
Hon. Godliver Omondi – Deputy leader of Minority
Hon. Godliver Nanjira Omondi was born on 15th Dec, 1971 and attended her primary education at Emakale primary school where she sat for her Kenya Certificate of Primary Education in 1988 then joined St. Mary’s Girls Mumias Secondary School and did her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education in 1992.
Hon. Omondi has a Certificate in Independent Living and Mainstreaming for Persons with disabilities for African Countries, a Certificate in Business Management, a Diploma in Community Development and a Degree in Community Development from Maasai Mara University.
She has served before as a nominated Senator to the Senate where she served in the Health, Library and Broadcasting and National Cohesion and Equal Opportunities Committees.
Currently, she is the patron of for United Disabled Persons of Kenya (UDPK) and a board member at Lubinu Secondary School and St. Mary’s Namasanda Secondary School.
She has wide experience in both Government and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) across the country.