Before his death, not so many people paid attention to the Hajji Ali Kirunda Kivejinja even though he was one of the most loved and respected politicians in Uganda, Here Celeb Patrol UG brings you his full biography, Net Worth, Businesses, Education and all you need to know.
Hajji Kirunda Kivejinja’s Profile was one of the biggest in Uganda politics as he held big positions in the Uganda government.
Kirunda Kivejinja Biography:
Ali Kirunda Kivejinja was born on 12th June 1935 and by the time of his death on 19th December 2020 he was aged 85 Years.
Kivejinja was a veteran Ugandan politician and senior presidential advisor to the President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni. He was the Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of East African Community Affairs in the Ugandan Cabinet. He was appointed to that position on 6 June 2016.
Kivejinja studied at the Kibuli Junior School and Busoga College Mwiri in Uganda and then took a pre-university course at Madras Christian College before obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Zoology at Delhi University on a Government of India scholarship.
Hajj Ali Kirunda Kivejinja was a Married man.
Kivejinja’s net worth is estimated to be between $6- $7 Million depending on the over 30 years he has been in the political field. And the investments he held in his life.
He died on the 19th of December 2020 and succumbed to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Positions Held in the Government From 1986 – 2020
Minister of Rehabilitation – 1986
Minister of Transport and Communication – 1987
Minister of Information – 1988-89
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs – 1991 – 1994
Minister of Works, Transport and Communication – 1994-95
Minister Without Portfolio – 1996-97
Minister in Charge of the Presidency – 2003-2004
3rd Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Information and National Guidance – 2006-2008
3rd Deputy Prime Minister and Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs 2008-2011
Senior Presidential Advisor in Charge of Veterans 2013 to date
2nd Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of East African Affairs 2016 – 2019
2nd Deputy Prime Minister and Minister Without Portfolio 2019 to date