Timothy Wanyonyi Biography, Accident, Age, Wife, Salary and Net Worth

Timothy Wanyonyi (Timothy Wanyonyi Wentangula) is an industrious Kenyan politician serving as a Member of Parliament representing the people of Westlands, Nairobi County.  He is the younger brother of Ford Kenya’s leader and Bungoma Senator,  Moses Masika Wentangula.

Compared to his elder brother who is more vocal when it comes to politics, Wanyonyi is the opposite of him as his development projects speak highly of him. As an outgoing member of parliament, he has already declared his bid to run for the gubernatorial seat come August 2022.

He has served as a member of the parliament for Westlands for two terms. Despite his disability, he has been showing outstanding performances since he was elected in 2013 on an ODM ticket.

Timothy Wanyonyi Biography

Timothy Wanyonyi Age and Place of Birth

He was born and raised in Mukhweya village, Kabuchai Constituency in Bungoma County. However, his actual age is not known at the moment but will be updated soon.

Timothy Wanyonyi Family and Siblings

His father is a retired teacher though much is not known about him and his mothers. He is the seventh born in their family, and brother to Moses Wetangula, a renowned politician. Other Siblings include Fred Wetangula, Emmeryncian Waswa, and the late Tony Waswa.


Tim attended Lurende Primary school before proceeding to Kibabii boys high school and later Nairobi School. He passed his high school level with flying colors and he was offered admission at the University of Nairobi to study art.

However, he turned down the offer and decided to pursue a career in law after his elder brother’s influence. He flew to India in the early 1990s where he pursued a law Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)at the University of Delhi. He later returned to Kenya and pursued a post-graduate diploma in law.

Timothy Wanyonyi Disability

Timothy Wanyonyi Biography

Wanyonyi was born healthy and in good shape, he grew up just like any other kid getting all the necessities he wanted as a child. Wanyonyi was a well-abled physically person until 1998 when his life changed.

In an interview, with Citizen’s tv Journalist Lilian Muli, he narrated how his life changed in a span of seconds. Wanyonyi stated that the incident happened in Ngara where he heard somebody shouting shoot him and within no time he had something him on the back and he lost himself he tried to rise but he was unable.