|Prime Minister of Kenya|
|Style||The Right Honourable|
|Formation||1 June 1963|
17 April 2008
|First holder||Jomo Kenyatta|
|Final holder||Raila Odinga|
|Abolished||12 December 1964|
9 April 2013
as President of Kenya
The Prime Minister of Kenya was a post in the Kenyan government. The first Prime Minister of Kenya was Jomo Kenyatta, who became Prime Minister in 1963. In 1964, Kenya became a Republic; the post of Prime Minister was abolished and Jomo Kenyatta assumed the position of President. Following a power-sharing agreement in February 2008, the post of Prime Minister was recreated that April. The position was again abolished by the 2010 Constitution after the 2013 elections.
The last Prime Minister, Raila Odinga, was sworn in on 17 April 2008. He was Kenya's second Prime Minister.
The 2021 Kenyan constitutional referendum will decide whether or not the office is reestablished.
Kenya African National Union
Orange Democratic Movement
|Took office||Left office||Political party|
|Prime Minister of Kenya (1963–1964)|
|1 June 1963||12 December 1964||Kenya African National Union|
|Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya|
|Post abolished (12 December 1964 – 17 April 2008)|
|17 April 2008||9 April 2013||Orange Democratic Movement|
|Post abolished (9 April 2013 – present)|
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