Martha Wangari Karua (born 22 September 1957) is a Kenyan politician. She is a Member of Parliament for Gichugu Constituency and an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She was Minister of Justice until resigning from that position in April 2009.
14.06.2012 [The Star] - “Let them not serve their godfathers or sabotage the incoming county governments but they must facilitate smooth handover and help configure the budget,” said Gichugu MP MarthaKarua. Chepalungu MP Isaac Ruto urged the nominees to take seriously
08.07.2012 [Kenya Broadcasting Corporation] - Narc- Kenya Leader MarthaKarua was campaigning in Kakamega County, while Kenya National Congress presidential aspirant Peter Kenneth attended a church service in Mombasa. And The Party of Action Raphael Tuju took his campaigns to Naivasha
07.07.2012 [The Standard Digital News] - Narc-Kenya presidential hopeful MarthaKarua was in Kakamega where she kept up her push to make corruption the topic of the race. The Gichugu MP accused fellow lawmakers of failing to use Parliament to fight corruption. She singled out the way MPs
07.07.2012 [The Standard Digital News] - In an indirect reference to three presidential aspirants present at the burial – Uhuru Kenyatta, MarthaKarua and Mutava Musyimi – Kibaki said those who lose should accept defeat. Kibaki described Kariithi as a true servant who served with total
02.07.2012 [The Star] - Gichugu MP MarthaKarua has decried the level of corruption by the current regime. “It is as if there's a right in being corrupt. It is so much widespread and pervasive in our society that it is accepted as the norm, ” Karua said. She accused the
05.07.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - GICHUGU MP MarthaKarua has launched a secretariat that will coordinate her campaigns. Karua said her government will vigorously defend the constitution as a framework of hope and inspire all Kenyans to play their role in building the country.
08.07.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - Last week Narc-Kenya aspirant and Gichugu MP MarthaKarua rubbished the low approval ratings released by pollsters recently, the latest being the poll by Infotrak-Harris that placed her in sixth position with 3.9 percent. "We are perturbed neither by
18.08.2011 The by-election is billed a key popularity test for prospective presidential candidates, in particular, Prime Minister Raila Odinga, his deputy Uhuru Kenyatta, Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka and Narc-Kenya chair MarthaKarua. ...