Baringo County Governor, Deputy Governor, Senator, Women Rep

Baringo County Governor, Deputy Governor, Senator, Women Representative, Constituencies, Wards, MCAs, County Assembly

Listed below is the full list of Baringo County Governors, Deputy Governors, Senators, County Women Representatives in the National Assembly, MCAs in the Baringo County Assembly from the year 2013 when devolution came into place in Kenya.

The table below gives the fine details of this County.

Baringo County (County Code 030)

Baringo County Governors since 2013

Baringo County Governor

2017 – 2022

Governor: Stanley Kiptis

(Party: Jubilee )
Deputy Governor: Jacob Chepkwony

Kabarnet Town,
Baringo County,
Kenya.

Baringo County Kenya

2013 – 2017

Governor: Benjamin Cheboi

( Party: URP in Jubilee Coalition )
Deputy Governor: Mathew Tuitoek

Baringo County Senators since 2013

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Baringo County Senator

2017 – 2022

Senator: Gideon Moi

( Party: KANU )

2013 – 2017

Senator: Gideon Moi

, Party: KANU

Baringo County Women Representatives since 2013

Baringo County Women Representative

2017 – 2022

Women Representative: Gladwell Jesire Cheruiyot

( Party: KANU )

2013 – 2017

Women Representative: Grace Kobilo Kiptui

, Party: URP in Jubilee Coalition

Counties bordering Baringo County

These are the counties that boarder Baringo County
Turkana County, West Pokot County, Samburu County, Uasin Gishu County, Elgeyo-Marakwet County, Laikipia County, Nakuru County, Kericho County

Constituencies in Baringo County

These are the constituencies that are located within Baringo County
Tiaty Constituency (Code 157), Baringo North Constituency (Code 158), Baringo Central Constituency (Code 159), Baringo South Constituency (Code 160), Mogotio Constituency (Code 161), Eldama Ravine Constituency (Code 162)

Wards in Baringo County

These are the wards that are in Baringo County
Baringo Central Constituency

1. Kabarnet
2. Sacho
3. Tenges
4. Kapropita
5. Ewalel Chapchap

Tiaty Constituency

1. Tirioko
2. Kolowa
3. Ribkwo
4. Silale
5. Tangulbei/Korossi
6. Loiyamorok
7. Churo/Amaya

Eldama Ravine Constituency

1. Lembus
2. Ravine
3. Lembus Kwen
4. Koibatek
5. Lembus/Perkerra
6. Mumberes/Maji Mazuri

Baringo South Constituency

1. Mukutani
2. Marigat
3. Ilchamus
4. Mochongoi

Baringo North Constituency

1. Barwessa
2. Saimo/Kipsaraman
3. Saimo/Soi
4. Kabartonjo
5. Bartabwa

Mogotio Constituency

1. Mogotio
2. Emining
3. Kisanana

Economic Activities in Baringo County

These are the major economic activities in Baringo County
The economy of the County is mainly agro-based. The main food crops grown are maize, pigeon peas, beans, Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, sorghum, cassava and finger millet while the cash crops are coffee, cotton, macadamia and pyrethrum. Livestock products include honey, beef, mutton as well as hides and skins. However, little value addition is done to these products.

Prominent Personalities in Baringo County

These are the major economic activities in Baringo County
1. Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi – 2nd President of the Republic of Kenya
2. Gideon Moi – 1st Senator of Baringo County
3. Reuben K. Chesire
4. Benjamin Chesire Cheboi, the first governor of Baringo County
5. Hosea Kiplagat
6. Paul Tergat – Athlete
7. Phyllis Kandie – Cabinet Secretary East African Affairs, Commerce and Tourism
8. Emmy Kosgei – Leading Kalenjin Gospel Music singer
9. Hellen Sambili – Professor and former MP of Mogotio Constituency
10. Prof. Japhet Kiptoon, former Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education
11. Grace Jelagat Kimooi Kipchoim – first MP of Baringo South Constituency
12. William Cheptumo – MP of Baringo North Constituency
13. Moses Lessonet – MP of Eldama Ravine constituency
14. Asman Kamama – Former MP Tiaty Constituency

Accommodation Facilities in Baringo County

These are the notable hotels, motels and accommodation facilities in Baringo County
The economy of the County is mainly agro-based. The main food crops grown are maize, pigeon peas, beans, Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, sorghum, cassava and finger millet while the cash crops are coffee, cotton, macadamia and pyrethrum. Livestock products include honey, beef, mutton as well as hides and skins. However, little value addition is done to these products.

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