Our Vision
The Assembly is guided by our vision statement

"A vibrant model assembly that Champions Citizens Aspirations."
Our Mission
To provide transformative citizen representation through legislation and oversight of the Public Resources for Elgeyo Marakwet County.
Core Values

Consultation, Citizen Engagement, Responsiveness, Rule of Law, Trustworthy, Transparency and Accountability, Teamwork, Equity and Equality, Diversity and Professionalism

Assembly Overview

The Assembly is the Legislative Arm of the Elgeyo Marakwet County and draws its mandate and authority from the provisions of Article 185 of the Constitution.
County Assembly of Elgeyo Marakwet consists of 33 Hon Members, who include 20 Ward Representatives each elected by the registered voters of the wards, Thirteen (13) members are nominated by the County Assembly political parties according to their proportional representation in the County Assembly to represent special interests including persons with disabilities, minorities, the youth, and...

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Swearing In...

Inauguration and swearing-in to office the MCAs of the 3rd Assembly.The MCAs re-elected Hon. Kiplagat Sabulei as the Speaker of the County Assembly unopposed for a second term and deputized by Hon.Paul Kipyatich (Embobut/Embolot).

CRA Courtesy Visit to Elgeyo Marakwet Assembly

12th February 2018

“Today Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA) paid a courtesy visit to the County Assembly the commissioners were ushered in by The County Assembly Service Board Members (CASB). CRA CEO Mr. George Ooko and commissioner Mr Kishanto Ole Suuji the liason commissioner for Elgeyo/Marakwet County highlighted the contents of the CRA’s 2nd Policy document paper on revenue Allocation, with emphasis on the Equalisation fund..

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Elgeyo-Marakwet County is one of Kenya's 47 counties and is located in the former Rift Valley Province. The largest town is Iten which also hosts the county headquarters. It borders the counties of West Pokot to the north, Baringo County to the east, southeast and south, Uasin Gishu to the southwest and west, and Trans Nzoia to the northwest.

  • Population: 454,480
  • County Size: 3,050 km²
  • Sub-counties: 4 & Wards: 20
  • Number of Households: 99,861
  • Temperature Range: 12 - 22°C
  • Annual Rainfall: 800 to 2300 mm
  • Average Altitude: 9,000 feet asl
  • Highest Point: 11,000 ft, Chepkotet Hills

The county is packed with attraction sites and things to do. Here is but a short list.

  • Kerio Valley National Reserve
  • Elgeyo Escarpment
  • Sports Tourism
  • Paragliding
  • Cherang'any Hills
  • River Kerio
  • Rimoi National Reserve
  • Torok waterfalls
  • Chebara Dam
  • Sergoit Hill
  • Lake Kapnarok
  • Cheploch Gorge
  • Kipteber Meteorite Historical Mountain
  • Kureswo Hotsprings

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