Dr Swarup Ranjan Mishra from Odisha scripted history recently by becoming a member of the Parliament of Kenya after winning the election.
Dr Swarup Ranjan Mishra, who had contested on a Jubilee party ticket, won the Kesses constituency parliamentary seat in Uasin Gishu County of Kenya. The 52-year-old garnered 23,314 votes against his closest rival Isaac Terer, Uasin Gishu County assembly speaker, who got 5,681 votes. The incumbent James Bett came third with 22,381 votes.
Dr Mishra had completed his primary schooling in Panchapalli School later shifted to Colleget School in Cuttack for matriculation and persuaded his medical degree from MKCG medical college in Berhampur. Dr Mishra had started his professional carrier at Hinduja very brief period then shifted to Kenya.
Gynaecologist Dr Mishra obtained his Kenyan citizenship and served there past two decades became a popular philanthropist in medical sector for delivering health service to downtrodden and poor people. As many as 4 hospitals Dr Mishra has established in Kenya including 5 primary and 4 high schools have been instituted by his efforts in several Kenyan locations.