Governor James Ongwae is a family man away from his executive role in the government of Kisii County. He is not only a father but also a responsible husband. In the biography of James Ongwae wife Elizabeth are intimate details of a close-knit family.
The soft-spoken Elizabeth is a two-time First Lady with a legacy of defending women across the county. She does not prefer publicity but has surely been changing one life at a time since 2013.
James Ongwae wife Elizabeth biography
Governor James Ongwae and his wife Elizabeth have four children hidden away from the limelight.
Some sources allege that Elizabeth Ongwae is an alumna of Itierio Primary School, Itierio Secondary School, and Asumbi Girls High School.
And now, she is a teacher by profession with a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Nairobi.
In addition, Elizabeth is a post-graduate from the Kenya Institute of Management where she attained a diploma in management studies.
Further source point that she is a Human Resource Management graduate from the University of Connecticut in the USA
Backing the legacy of husband James Ongwae
The motherly Elizabeth is highly supportive of her governor spouse. She has so far delivered in the following four agendas.
- Creating cancer awareness
- Improving girl child education
- menstrual health management
- Combating female genital mutilation
- Promoting health care policies in the community
Elizabeth is a strong believer in the potential of society with empowered women.
The First Lady is on record for defending the county head against heated corruption claims.
“As a mother, I will not enjoy when funds meant for development are being misused around by Ongwae or any other county worker. Critics should join Governor Ongwae to serve the people because this is not the time for politics.”Elizabeth Ongwae, First Lady.
She never misses an opportunity to drum for support behind the outgoing boss.
His excellence Governor James Ongwae wife Elizabeth is a humble woman without drama in her lifestyle. She takes credit for using her position as a First Lady to drive several women initiatives.