Fredrick Mbiti Gideon Mati was the first African and longest serving Speaker of the Kenyan Parliament having been elected speaker on 6 February 1970. He was the first MP for Kitui North now current Kitui County. He was one of the first two people from Ukambani to receive a university degree.

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  • Fredrick Mbiti Gideon Mati was the first African and longest serving Speaker of the Kenyan Parliament having been elected speaker on 6 February 1970. He was the first MP for Kitui North now current Kitui County. He was one of the first two people from Ukambani to receive a university degree. (en)
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  • Speaker of the National Assembly of Kenya
  • Member of the kenya legislative council
  • Minister for Health and Housing
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  • first African and longest serving Kenyan Speaker of the Kenyan parliament
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  • November 2014
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  • 1963 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1963 (xsd:integer)
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  • first Kenyan African to be a Schoolmaster in Britain (en)
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  • Fredrick Mbiti Gideon Mati was the first African and longest serving Speaker of the Kenyan Parliament having been elected speaker on 6 February 1970. He was the first MP for Kitui North now current Kitui County. He was one of the first two people from Ukambani to receive a university degree. (en)
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  • Fred Mbiti Gideon Mati (en)
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  • Fred Mbiti Gideon Mati (en)
  • Fredrick Mbiti Gideon Mati (en)
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