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Kenji Fujimori is the son of former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori and his wife, Susana Higuchi. He was born in Lima, Peru, and is the youngest of five children. He attended the University of Lima, where he studied law. Kenji Fujimori has been a member of the Peruvian Congress since 2006, representing the Fuerza Popular party. He was re-elected in 2011 and 2016. In 2017, he was elected as the leader of the Fuerza Popular party. Kenji Fujimori is currently 43 years old. He is approximately 5ft 8in tall and has a slim build. His zodiac sign is Taurus. Kenji Fujimori is currently single. He has not been previously engaged. Kenji Fujimori has an estimated net worth of $10 million. He has earned his wealth through his career as a politician. He has also earned money through his investments in various businesses.
|Kenji Gerardo Fujimori Higuchi
|43 years old
|19 May, 1980
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Who Is Kenji Fujimori's Wife?
His wife is Ericka Muñoz Regis (m. 2020)
|Alberto Fujimori Susana Higuchi
|Ericka Muñoz Regis (m. 2020)
Kenji Fujimori Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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On 21 March 2018 two days before President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski faced an impeachment process for a second time, a video was released of Kuczynski allies, including his lawyer and Kenji Fujimori, attempting to buy the vote against impeachment from one official. Following the release of the video, Kuczynski presented himself before congress and officially submitted his resignation to the Council of Ministers.
In 2006, he unsuccessfully ran for Governor of the Lima Region, representing his father's Si Cumple party. In 2010, he was a founding member of Fuerza 2011, led by his sister. Since March of that year, he has been the national secretary of youth of this party. In 2011 he ran for Congress in the constituency of Lima. He was elected and served for the 2011–2016 term and was reelected for the 2016–2021 term.
From 1999 to 2004, Kenji Fujimori studied agronomics at Kansas State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree. Since 2008, he has been the general manager of a Lima private security and surveillance company. In March 2009, he founded his own enterprise, offering "independent services". Moreover, he holds executive positions in three other companies.
Kenji Fujimori was born to Japanese Peruvian engineers, Alberto Fujimori, at the time dean of the science faculty of the National Agrarian University in Lima, and later President of Peru, and Susana Higuchi. He has three elder siblings. His father won the 1990 presidential elections, in 1992 he suspended the constitution and neutralized the Congress and the opposition. Kenji's mother soon disagreed with her husband, and they divorced in 1994. After this, Kenji's 19-year-old sister Keiko was named "First Lady". Alberto Fujimori resigned in 2000 after a massive corruption scandal and went to exile in Japan. He was extradited to Peru and sentenced to jail in 2007.
Kenji Gerardo Fujimori Higuchi (born 19 May 1980), popularly known as Kenji, is a Peruvian congressman and Fujimorista politician. He is the son of former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori and former Peruvian First Lady and congresswoman Susana Higuchi. He has three siblings: Hiro Alberto, Sachi Marcela and Keiko Fujimori. In 2011 he ran for congress for Fuerza Popular, a political party led by his sister Keiko, being the most voted congressman in 2011. On January 31, 2018 he resigned from Fuerza Popular, and in March 20th announced the creation of a new political party Cambio 21. In June 2018, following the "Kenjivideos" scandal, congress suspended Kenji and two other congressmen of his party for the alleged crimes of influence peddling and bribery.