Sam Mue is the current Secretary-General of Kenya MUN. He is a fourth-year student at Strathmore University pursuing his undergraduate degree in International Studies. Kenya MUN has been a home for Sam Mue as this is his 4th session and 2nd session in the National Secretariat having served as the Deputy Secretary-General in the 21st Session. He has truly enjoyed his experience in Kenya MUN as he has grown, learnt, created meaningful relationships and networks and impacted the community! Being passionate about International Affairs, Sustainable Development, and youth empowerment and development has driven and inspired the work and projects that he undertakes. He looks forward to making the 22nd Session of Kenya MUN memorable and meaningful. By the time he finishes his tenure, he hopes for strategic and holistic growth of Kenya MUN to ensure it continues to be the premier youth engagement platform in Kenya and Africa.
Murigu’s life mantra is anchored on Romans 8:31; ‘If God is for you, certainly no one can be against you.’
She is a product of ‘Be Brave, believe in yourself’.
For the better part of her life, if not having fun, Murigu has been pursuing her passion and is currently in her final year at the Kenyatta University school of law.
In KMUN, she takes pride in winning the 19th session ICJ moot competition. She is humbled to have served as a judge of the court in the 20th and 21st Session, Deputy Under Secretary General of KUSOL and the Deputy President of the Council of Representatives in the 21st Session.
Despite life’s shortcomings, Murigu believes that the best days of man lie ahead.
Njeri is a fourth-year student of International Relations at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa. She has a keen interest in the development, theory as well as practice of Diplomacy and the advancement of the youth in society. She is an avid reader with an eye for African literature and political writings.
Patience Mwangi is a 4th year Law Student at the University of Nairobi, Parklands Campus with interests in finance law and international law. She’s also an ADR enthusiast. Her love for international law and diplomacy has seen her winning various awards in the society including, but not limited to: Best Delegate and Best Bureau member. When she is not deep in her books, she’s busy baking cakes and similar delicacies. You can check out her page @butter_n_cup_pastry
Jeff is a fourth-year student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Law at the University of Nairobi. He has been a member of KenyaMUN for 2 years; first joining the ILC as a commissioner, then serving in the ILC Bureau as a Head Commissioner before finally being elected to serve as the Chair of the Commission for the 22nd Session.
Jeff has an unwavering interest in global politics, research, current affairs, international law and diplomacy, all of which propelled him to join the ILC and have since steered his journey all through his tenure at the commission. He also enjoys listening to music, cycling, volunteering and seeking new experiences through travelling, hiking and other outdoor activities.
Jeff is a strong believer in seeking discomfort and trying new things as it is only then that one can realise their full potential. He describes his KenyaMUN experience as highly rewarding and accredits it for moulding him into a wholesome individual. He is honoured to serve as the CILC for the 22nd Session and is looking forward to making it an incredible and unforgettable experience for all KenyaMUN members.
Favourite quote: Everything you’ve ever wanted is sitting on the other side of fear.
Life philosophy: Ambition’s debt must be paid.
Oduor Otieno E.
Oduor Otieno E. is currently serving as the President of the International Court of Justice of the Model United Nations, Kenya. He’s pursuing a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at Moi University, School of Law. He is an aspiring International Litigant intending to specialise in International Cybersecurity Law and help streamline cyber laws that govern the International Community.
She is an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Law at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Karen Campus).
She has participated as a delegate and been a part of the Conference Bureau within KMUN. She has a key interest in Medical, Tax and International Law. She loves baking, singing, cooking, dancing and reading novels. She believes happiness is within us and the most important way we can show love is being kind to others.
Dylan Martin Mogaka
A student of Business and Information Technology at the Africa Nazarene University currently serves as the Finance Director at KMUN.
His work philosophy is to constantly challenge himself, even in aspects of his job with which he is already familiar. Learning new things, taking on new challenges, and collaborating with various members of an organization are some of the ways he’s found motivation.