Babu Owino Bio, Age, Career, Education, Family, Wife and Net Worth

Babu Owino, real name Paul Ongili Owino is a Kenyan politician, youth activist, actuarial scientist, and lawyer. He is the current member of Parliament for Embakasi East constituency in Nairobi City county.

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He came to the limelight when he was serving as the chairperson of the Students Organization of Nairobi University (SONU).

During his time at the helm of student leadership, he led numerous strikes that would lead to solving various issues affecting students at the university.

He left university politics and ventured into national politics in 2017, which worked fairly well for him, clinching onto the Embakasi East MP seat.

Embakasi East MP Babu Owino and Uhuru Kenyatta
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Babu Owino Age and Place of Birth.

Owino was born on 10th October 1989 in Kondele, Kisumu County. He was born to a mother who was a local brew seller in Nyalenda slums. His father died when he was young and her mother faced hardships bringing him up.

Babu Owino’s Family.

Babu Owino's Family.

Babu Owino got married his wife to Frida Muthoni. Together they have two children, one son, and a daughter.

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Babu Owino Educational Background.

Owino joined Kisumu Township Primary school in 1995 for his primary school education.

He was later called to Mangu High School but her mother was not able to take him to the school due to financial constraints.

However, a sponsor chipped in and he was finally admitted to Kisumu Boys High School. He finished his secondary school education in 2006 and scored an (A-).

He joined the University of Nairobi in 2008 to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Actuarial Science and graduated with first-class honors in 2012.

In 2013, he re-joined the University of Nairobi to pursue another degree in law.

Babu Owino Political Career.

Babu Owinos’s political career kick-started when he was elected as chairman of the Student Organization of Nairobi University (SONU).

In 2013 he vied for the Westlands constituency seat but ended up losing to