Baringo North Constituency

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Baringo North Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of three constituencies in Baringo District, Rift Valley Province. The constituency was established for the 1963 elections. The constituency has ten wards, all electing councillors for the Baringo County Council.

Daniel arap Moi, who later became the Kenyan president, was the first Baringo North MP, but since the 1966 election represented the Baringo Central Constituency.

Members of Parliament[edit]

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1963 Daniel Toroitich arap Moi KADU One-party system
1966 Henry Ronguno arap Cheboiwo KANU One-party system
1969 Henry Ronguno arap Cheboiwo KANU One-party system
1974 Henry Ronguno arap Cheboiwo KANU One-party system
1979 Zephaniah Kipkebut Chepkonga KANU One-party system
1980 Henry Ronguno arap Cheboiwo KANU By-elections
1983 Henry Ronguno arap Cheboiwo KANU One-party system
1988 Willy Rotich Y. arap Kamuren KANU One-party system
1992 Willy Rotich Y. arap Kamuren KANU
1997 Andrew C. Kiptoon KANU
2002 William Kiplumbei Boit KANU
2007 William Kipkorir ODM

Wards[edit]

Wards
Ward Registered Voters
Bartum 2,455
Kaboskei / Kipkata 3,902
Kaboskei Kerio 1,835
Kabutiei 2,483
Katiorin / Saimo South 5,537
Kelyo / Ossen 6,407
Lawan 3,378
Ng'orora 2,654
Saimo North 2,585
Sibilo 2,258
Total 33,494
*September 2005,[2][3]

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