for the Parliament of Kenya
|Party||Party of Development and Reforms|
Kacheliba Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of the four constituencies of West Pokot County. The constituency has six wards, which are represented by Members of County Assembly at the West Pokot County Assembly in Kapenguria. The constituency was established before the 1988 elections in order to cater for the interests of the Kara-Pokot community following years of under representation. The constituency was created by the Electoral Commission of Kenya through a publication in the Kenya Gazette.
Historically, Kacheliba constituency was part of the Northern Frontier District of Kenya. The constituency, along with the rest of West Pokot County and Turkana County were transferred from the Uganda Protectorate to Kenya Colony by the British colonial government in 1926.
|1988||Samuel Poghisio||KANU||One-party system.|
|1990||Peter L. Nang’ole||KANU||By-elections, One-party system.|
|1992||Peter L. Nang’ole||KANU||One- party system|
Kacheliba Constituency is made up of six wards, all located within West Pokot County.
|Ward||Population (2009 Census)||Area ( km2)||Sub-Counties|
|Suam||22,223||393.10||Kanyerus, Kopulio, Nakuyen, Karon, Kacheliba and Nge'nge'chwa|
|Kodich||22,539||283.80||Lokichar, Orolwo, Kalemngorok, Kodich, Cherangan and Karameri|
|Kasei||14,765||782.50||Kasei, Kamketo, Karokou, Sirwach, Korpu, Kachawa, Kaptolomwo, Ompolion, Kamunono|
|Kapchok||24,684||438.20||Konyao and Kapyen|
|Kiwawa||28,235||938.60||Kases, Kiwawa, Chelopoy, Kauriong, Mbaru, Lopet, Chepropogh, Pcholio and Kamunai|
|Alale||43,565||1,020.00||Kopito, Lorsuk, Apuke, Kola, Kodii, Akoret, Alale, Naruoro, Amakuriat, Kalapata, Mekuyo, Lotukum, Nauyapong, Lokitonyala and Sasak|