Kipkelion East Constituency
constituency
for the Parliament of Kenya
Current constituency
Created2013
Created fromKipkelion Constituency

Kipkelion East is an electoral constituency in Kericho County, Kenya. It is one of six constituencies in the county. It was established for the 2013 general elections as constituency number 188 when Kipkelion Constituency was split into Kipkelion East and Kipkelion West constituency.

Kipkelion East incorporates Tendeno/Sorget, Londiani, Kedowa/Kimugul and Chepseon wards.[1] The incumbent member of national assembly is Hon. Joseph Cherorot who succeeded Hon. Joseph Limo in 2022 General Election. The Kipkelion East constituency area of the former Kipkelion has produced past MPs such as Moses Kiprono of Soget, Kipsongol, Dr Richard Koech, Eng. Samuel Rotich, Dr Sammy Ruto and Bishop Tonui.

Election Member of Parliament Party Notes
2013 Joseph Limo URP elected
2017 Joseph Limo Jubilee elected
2022 Hon. Cherorot Joseph Kimutai United Democratic Alliance (UDA) elected

Wards

The constituency is made up of four wards, each of which elects a representative (MCA) to the Kericho County Assembly.

Wards Population*
Londiani 28,319
Kedowa/Kimugul 36,330
Chepseon 36,284
Tendeno/Sorget 10,899
Total 111,832

References

  1. ^ "Kipkelion East". Mzalendo. Retrieved 2024-04-03.