• In his tribute to his late wife, Kimunya stated Lucy's pivotal role in both his personal and political life.
Former Kipipiri MP Amos Kimunya is currently grieving the loss of his wife, Lucy, who passed away while receiving treatment at Nairobi Hospital.
Kimunya, the former Majority Leader in the 12th Parliament, expressed his deep sorrow and acceptance of God's will in an announcement on Tuesday.
In his tribute to his late wife, Kimunya emphasized Lucy's pivotal role in both his personal and political life. He highlighted her significant contributions to environmental initiatives, making society greener. Lucy was also recognized as a supporter of youth and women.
Expressing his sense of loss, Kimunya bid farewell to Lucy, stating, "Go well our dear Lucy, we will miss you dearly. Further communication to follow."
Amos Kimunya, who served under two Presidents, the late Mwai Kibaki and Former President Uhuru Kenyatta, held various positions in both Cabinet and Parliament. He was Minister of Lands in 2002, later moving to the Finance docket in 2006. After a brief resignation from the Cabinet in July 2008, he was reappointed to the Trade docket by Mwai Kibaki.
In the 2017 elections, Kimunya secured the Kipipiri seat under the Jubilee Alliance Party, defeating former MP Samuel Gichigi. Subsequently, on June 22, 2019, he took over the position of Majority Leader of the National Assembly from Aden Duale.
However, after 15 years in politics, Kimunya lost the Kipipiri seat to United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate Wanjiku Muhia.