Profile Description

Margret Mmuka was born and raised in Busilwa village, Idakho North ward of Ikolomani constituency in a family of ten. The mother of six is married in Buyokha village, Isukha South ward of Kakamega county. She schooled at Musoli Primary School and Tigoi Girls High School before joining Kenyatta University where she graduated with a Diploma in Control and Management of HIV/AIDS. She borrows her motivation to contest from the two thirds gender rule that champions for female gender representation in leadership and politics. Her vision is to create a conducive environment where everyone can earn a prosperous living.

Margret is a prominent business woman who owns Ingo supermarket in Khayega town where she has been able to employ twelve locals on a full-time basis. She is a philanthropic woman who uses a portion of her profits to support school feeding programs in Lugose, Shianyanga, Shikalakala and Shilalyo primary schools. She has also been able to upgrade and renovate two water springs in Lugose and Museno locations thus residents are able to get clean water for home use.She also serves as a member of Shinyalu Women Sacco Group that offers credit services to its members. The group so far has over one million Kenyan shillings in form of savings.

Development Agenda:  


Isukha South ward is highly affected by high numbers of school drop outs basically due to financial constraints by parents and guardians. Margret purposes to lobby the county government and donors to create a ward bursary kitty that will help raise funds to pay school fees for needy students. The kitty will be a long-term solution to the problem since she intends to see that the students are supported through out their entire academic journey and not offering one time bursaries.


Residents of Isukha South ward depend on sugarcane farming as their main economic activity but sugarcane farming is no longer lucrative thus farmers are struggling to make ends meet. Margret purposes to work with county Agriculture Extension Officers and other stakeholders to run a sensitization campaign geared towards encouraging to venture into planting other crops such as mushrooms, maize, tomatoes etc. that will make them economically sound.


Many young children of school going age are out of school in Isukha South  ward due to jigger infections and the girl child also misses school due to lack of sanitary pads thus every month they are forced to miss classes. Margret intends to champion for issues affecting school children by ensuring that their schooling is not interfered with. She purposes to work with donors and stakeholders to curb the jigger menace in the ward and come up with a program of distributing free reusable sanitary towels to all primary and secondary schools in the ward.

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