Former Kenya Tourism Board Director Judith Koskei has declared interest in Chesumei parliamentary seat.
Speaking on Friday during the burial of Former Chief Inspector of Police John Kipyego in Baraton, Ms. Koskei said she will vie for the seat in the 2022 general elections.
“When the time comes I will be running for the Chesumei parliamentary seat,” said Kosgey.
Judith Koskei holds a Master of Arts(Peace and Justice Studies). She has over 15 years experience in Human Resource Management, particularly in the public sector.
She has worked in senior management positions at the Kenya Pipeline and Kenya Seed company. She also served as a Director at the Water Services Regulatory Board(WASREB).
In 2013 she contested for the Women Representative seat.
She is now eyeing to unseat incumbent MP Dr Wilson Kogo.