Bomet Constituency

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Bomet County is one of the 47 counties established by the Constitution of Kenya 2010.

Members of Parliament[edit]

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1963 Alfred K. arap Soi KADU
1969 Joseph K. arap Chumo KANU One-party system
1974 Isaac Kipkorir Salat KANU One-party system
1979 Isaac Kipkorir Salat KANU One-party system
1983 Isaac Kipkorir Salat KANU One-party system.
1988 Kipkalya Kones KANU One-party system.
1992 Kipkalya Kones KANU
1997 Kipkalya Kones KANU
2002 Nicholas Kiptoo Korir Salat KANU
2007 Kipkalya Kones ODM Kones died in an air accident in June 2008 [2]
2008 Beatrice Kones ODM By-election [3]

Movement == Members of Parliament ==

Elections MP [4] Party Notes
2013 Ronald Tonui URP
2013 [Paul Bii]] URP
2013 Joyce Laboso URP
2013 Bernard Bett URP
2013 Sammy Koech

Wards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Center for Multiparty Democracy: Politics and Parliamenterians in Kenya 1944-2007
  2. ^ "Two Kenyan government ministers die", Sapa-AFP (IOL), June 10, 2008.
  3. ^ KBC, September 26, 2010: Kones and Laboso win seats
  4. ^ Center for Multiparty Democracy: Politics and Parliamenterians in Kenya 1944-2007
Wards
Ward Representative Constituency
Kipreres Philip Korir Bomet East
Longisa Stephen Chang Morik Bomet East
Chemaner Samson Bor Bomet East
Kembu Julius Korir Bomet East
Mutarakwa Leah Kirui Bomet Central
Silibwet Township Robert Metet Bomet Central
Singorwet Joyce Korir Bomet Central
Chesoen Evaline Langat Bomet Central
Ndaraweta Josphat Kirui Bomet Central
Nyangores Cecilia Towett Chepalungu
Kongasis Reuben Langat Chepalungu
Chebunyo John Chepkwony Chepalungu
Sigor Sammy Kirui Chepalungu
Siongiroi Leonard Kirui Chepalungu
Kipsonoi John Ngetich Sotik
Kapletundo Bernard Ngeno Sotik
Ndanai Philip Siele Sotik
Chemagel Big Five Rotich Sotik
Rongena John Molel Sotik
Chepchapas Christopher Ngeno Konoin
Kimulot Samson Bett Konoin Boito Robert Bett Konoin
Embomos Robert Serbai Konoin
Mogogosiek John Mosonik Konoin