Kwanza Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. The constituency has four wards, all of which elect member of county assembly for the Trans-Nzoia County Assembly. It is one of five constituencies in Trans-Nzoia County. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections. After the promulgation of the new constitution in 2010, the larger constituency was split into two constituencies, and Endebess Constituency was created out of it.

Members of Parliament

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1988 Dr Noah Mahalang’ang’a Wekesa KANU One-party system.
1992 George Kapten Ford-K The first election following the repeal of Section 2A of the constitution, this made Kenya a multi-party state. The change enabled the introduction of term limits to the presidency.
1997 George Kapten Ford-K
1999 Dr Noah Mahalang’ang’a Wekesa KANU By-elections following the death of Hon George Kapten.
2002 Dr Noah Mahalang’ang’a Wekesa NARC KANU rule ended when the NARC swept into power with Mwai Kibaki as the new president.
2007 Dr Noah Mahalang’ang’a Wekesa PNU
2013 Ferdinand Kevin Wanyonyi Ford-K The first election held under the new constitution of Kenya (2010), President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta was elected the fourth president of the Republic of Kenya. The constituency was re-mapped and Endebess was curved out of the larger Kwanza to create a new constituency.
2017 Ferdinand Kevin Wanyonyi Ford-K
2022 Ferdinand Kevin Wanyonyi Ford-K Dr Ruto was elected as the fifth president of the Republic of Kenya on this general election.


Ward Registered Voters
Kapomboi 21,887
Keiyo 14,929
Kwanza 21,365
Bidii 17,371
Total 75,552
*9 August 2022.[2]