Susan Kihika Biography, Career, Husband, Age, UDA and Net Worth

Susan Kihika, born Susan Wakarura Kihika is a Kenyan lawyer and a politician serving as Nakuru Senator and eyeing for the gubernatorial seat in the upcoming 2022 election. The iron lady is an exact replica of her father Kimani Kihiki, a former prominent politician during Moi’s era.

The senator seems to have mastered her father’s move correctly as she clinched the senatorial position with her first shot.  She took the senatorial position in 2017 on a Jubilee ticket.

She went ahead to being appointed as the Jubilee’s party Majority whip. Kihika’s political career has grown rapidly and she has managed to establish her name in the political field in such a short time. Come 2022, she will not seek re-election as a senator, instead, she will be going for a gubernatorial position in Nakuru County.

Susan Kihika Bio
Photo/Courtesy

Susan Kihika Age and Place of Birth

The vocal politician was born in Kenya, Nakuru county in 1974.

Susan Kihika Family

She was born in a political family, her late father Kihika Kimani was an eminent politician back then. Her mother Alice was married as the second wife as his father practiced polygamy.

Kihika was soo close to her father that she earned his trust and when he left, she took the bigger part of his father’s inheritance.

Susan Kihika Bio
Photo/Courtesy

Education

She began her schooling at Busara Forest View Academy in Nyahururu. After that, she joined Bishop Gatimu Ngandu Girls’ High School in Nyeri. She then proceeded to the United States where she graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from Southern Methodist University, Dallas in Texas.

Susan Kihika Husband

She is married to Sam Mburu and they have been blessed with two kids named Ashley Tiffany.

Susan Kihika Net Worth

Kihika is one of the richest politicians in Kenya though she has not yet declared her actual net worth. As Senator, she bags a monthly salary of Ksh 800K without allowances.

Career

Kihiki received her higher education in the United States, taking a career in Law. After completing her education she never jetted back to Kenya but instead, she was hired as an assistant district attorney in Dallas.