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Moi, Daniel Arap, 1924-2020

LC control no.n 81092479
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Personal name headingMoi, Daniel Arap, 1924-2020
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Variant(s)Moi, D. T. Arap, 1924-
Moi, D. T. Arap (Daniel Torotich Arap), 1924-2020
Moi, Daniel Torotich Arap, 1924-2020
Moi, Daniel, 1924-2020
Moi, Daniel T. Arap (Daniel Torotich Arap), 1924-2020
See alsoKenya. President (1978-2002 : Moi)
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Associated countryKenya
Birth date1924-09-02
Death date2020-02-04
AffiliationKenya African Democratic Union
Profession or occupationPresidents Vice-Presidents Politicians Educators
Found inHis Statement on application of the new Immigration act in relation ... 1968.
Int. yrbk. & statesmen's WW, 1981 (Moi, Daniel arap)
Statesmans, 1979/80 (Daniel Arap Moi)
Int WW, 1980/81 (Moi, Daniel Arap)
His Transition and continuity in Kenya, c1979: t.p. (President Daniel T. arap Moi)
Europa yearbook, 1982 (Kenya: President: Daniel Arap Moi; took office, 10/14/78)
Wikipedia WWW site, Dec. 27, 2005 (under Daniel arap Moi: Daniel Toroitich arap Moi; b. Sept. 2, 1924, Sacho, Baringo District, Rift Valley Province; president of Kenya, Aug 22, 1978-Dec. 30, 2002)
Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, Second Edition, accessed February 26, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Moi, Daniel arap; president, educator; born 1924 in Baringo Rift Valley, Karing'wo, Kenya; Tugen ethnic group; headmaster, Kabarnet Intermediate School (1948); joined Legislative Council (now the National Assembly) (1955); Kenyan representative to negotiate terms of Kenyan independence, Lancaster House Conference, London (1960); national chairman, Kenya African Democratic Union (KADU); minister of education, minister of local government, minister for home affairs (1964), vice president (1967) Kenyatta's government; president (1978-2002); outlawed ethnically based political organizations, limited press, speech, and political freedoms; retired as head of KADU (2003); implicated in bribery and scandals involving exportation of gold (2003-2006); appointed peace envoy to secure peace in southern Sudan; decided to support government party)
Wikipedia, viewed 10th Nov. 2020: (Daniel Toroitich arap Moi (2 September 1924-4 February 2020))
Associated languageeng