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Fatuma Gedi Biography, Age, Career, Scandals, Husband

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Fatuma Gedi Ali Biography

Fatuma Gedi Ali is a Kenyan Politicians from Wajir County. She is the current Women representatives for Wajir County. Gedi is a member of the ODM Party.

Fatuma Gedi Ali Age

Geli Ali was born in 1988 in Wajir County, Kenya.

Fatuma Gedi Ali Family

Parents

After doing our research, details about her parents are not available, and it is also not known if she has any siblings.

Fatuma Gedi  Husband

Fatuma likes to keep her personal life private hence, information about her dating life is not available. It is therefore not known whether she is married or has any children. However, this information will be updated as soon as available.

Fatuma Gedi Body Measurements

 

Height: 5 feet 2 inches

Weight: 76 kg

Shoe size: Not Available

Body shape: Not Available

Hair color: Black

Geli Ali Net worth

Working as a Women representative and also as a member of the National Assembly for Wajir, there is no doubt Fatuma earns a good salary and has been able to accumulate good net worth. However, her net worth has not yet been revealed, but the information will be updated as it is available.

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Fatuma Gedi Ali  Education Background

Gedi Ali started school at Wajir Primary School before proceeding to North Eastern Girl’s High School. She has a Diploma in Agriculture and Home Economics from Egerton College and a Masters in Agriculture Extension from the University of Reading, UK.

Fatuma Gedi Ali  Political Career

She has been a member of the Orange Democratic Movement since January 18th, 2013. In 2013 she vied for a women representative seat, and she won to become the first women representative for Wajir county. Again in 2017, she vied for the same position and won, thus retaining her seat.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Fatuma Gedi Ali

Who is Fatuma Gedi Ali?

Gedi Ali is one of Kenyan’s best known and best-loved politicians. She is currently serving as a Wajir Women’s representative and as well as Member of the National Assembly

How old is Fatuma Gedi?

Gedi is 31 years old as of 2019. She was born in 1988, in Wajir.

How tall is Gedi Ali?

She stands at the height of 5 feet 2 inches

Is Fatuma Gedi married?

The Member of the National Assembly for Wajir, Fatuma Gedi, likes to keep her personal life private hence, information about her dating life is not available. It is therefore not known whether she is married or has any children. However, this information will be updated as soon as available

How much is Fatuma Gedi Ali worth?

Working as a Women representative and also as a member of the National Assembly for Wajir, there is no doubt Fatuma earns a good salary and has been able to accumulate good net worth. However, her net worth has not yet been revealed, but the information will be updated as it is available.

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Where does Gedi Ali live?

The Wajir women representative live in Wajir.

Is Fatuma Gedi dead or alive?

Gedi is still alive and actually in good health

Fatuma Gedi Ali Contacts

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Sex Tape Scandal

Fatuma Gedi could lose her seat as a Wajir County Woman Representative if the National Assembly ratifies a decision by a parliamentary committee to discipline her for disgracing the House and its members.

The report by the Parliamentary Powers and Privileges Committee chaired by Speaker Justin Muturi further says that her conduct is contrary to the best interests of the National Assembly.

CONDUCT

“The conduct of Fatuma Gedi constituted a breach of privilege, and in consideration of the findings, the committee reprimands her,” reads the report tabled on Wednesday by Limuru MP Peter Mwathi.

Section 16 (e) of the Parliamentary Powers and Privileges Act of 2017, among others, provides that the committee may find a member to be in breach of privilege if the member willfully fails or refuses to obey any rule or resolution of Parliament and contravenes any provision of the Speaker’s orders.

Alternatively, the House may pass a resolution to have the matter referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

The report is to be debated and either approved in its current form or with amendments or rejected.

ABUSED OFFICE

The evidence submitted to the committee discloses that Ms. Gedi directly used information obtained through her office as an MP to further her private interests by having her colleagues, whom she accused of “manufacturing” a sex video that depicted her having intercourse, investigated by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

Among the MPs, Ms. Gedi irregularly pushed to have investigated Eldas MP Adan Keynan, Abdikarim Osman (Fafi), Purity Ngirici (Kirinyaga Woman Rep) and her Isiolo colleague Fatuma Jaldesa.

“The conduct of Ms. Gedi of leaking the official letter by the DCI to the Office of Clerk reflected adversely on the dignity and integrity of the National Assembly and was contrary to the privileges Act,” the report says.

Section 17 (3) of the Powers and Privileges Act provides that a member may be forced to vacate the seat they are holding, where the relevant House of Parliament finds that a member has committed a breach of privilege.

POSSIBLE PENALTIES

The law further says that Parliament, may in addition to any other penalty to which the member may be liable, impose a suspension of the member for a period as the House may decide, fine the member from their monthly salaries and allowances as the legislators may determine.

However, the affected member may also escape with a formal warning, an order to apologize to the House or a person affected in a manner to be recommended by the committee.

The withholding for a specific period of time of the member’s right to use parliamentary facilities and removal or suspension for a specified period of time from any parliamentary position they occupy, including in committees, is also another form of punishment.

A member who has been suspended shall not, during the period of suspension, without the written permission of the Speaker, access the parliamentary precincts for whatever purpose or participate in any activity of parliament or its committees, the law states.  Daily Nation

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Fatuma Gedi Assaulted

Wajir Woman Representative Fatuma Gedi has narrated to court events leading to her alleged assault by her Wajir East counterpart Rashid Kassim in Parliament on June 13.

Ms. Gedi yesterday testified that Kasssim demanded to know why, as a member of the Budget and Appropriations Committee, she failed to allocate money to his constituency during a visit by the budget team.

The woman MP said she tried explaining to her colleague that Sh100 million was the only money allocated to Wajir County.

“He told me I was stupid and a liar, and then punched me twice on the jaw and neck. I then saw blood oozing from my mouth,” Ms. Gedi testified before Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi.

The court heard that Homa Bay County Woman Rep Gladys Wanga, who was nearby, intervened and tried to pull Kassim aside. The three were later joined by Parliament Sergeant at Arms.

“I told him it was not about me but about the views of the people of his constituency. I further told him the allocated money was to be given to the people’s priorities, which were roads and water, but he told me his people wanted a market,” Gedi said.

She said she was taken to the Speaker’s office before recording a statement at Parliament Police Station.

“I am a mother, and where I come from, it’s not easy to be in leadership… for me, that incident was disappointing not as a woman but as a wife and as a mother. I pray that I get justice and as women, we should not go through this pain,” she said.

Gedi added that she received threat messages from unknown people after the alleged assault.

“I can attest that I received threats after the assault, and my car was being trailed. I reported the matter to Akila Police Station and changed the car I was using,” she said.

Kassim was charged with assaulting the female legislator in June at Parliament Buildings in Nairobi.

He denied the charges and was released on Sh50,000 cash bail. SDE

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