What You Should Know About Florence Bore

Who is Florence?

Florence is well-known for serving in the Kenyan National Assembly as a politician. She represents the political party JP (Jubilee Party) in her political work, and she consistently runs for office in Kenya’s Kericho seat. She is a well-known member of Kenya’s parliament.

Florence Bore

Childhood and Educational Life of Florence Bore

She was born and reared in Kenya. It appears that she was born in 1972 or 1973. She finished her basic education at St. Patrick’s Primary in 1983 while still residing in Kenya. Following that, she attended Kipsigis Girls High School to receive her Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE).

In 1989, Florence graduated from high school. Florence, a bright young woman, opted to enroll in Kagumo Teachers Training College in order to earn a diploma degree in teacher preparation. After receiving her diploma, she put off finishing her college degree for a long time. 2013 saw her graduate from Moi University.

Professional Life of Florence Bore?

Florence is a politician, who was appointed to a good position in the government, just like many other people. She was given the position of head of the Labor and Social Protection panel. As Labor CS, Florence has been working from September 26, 2022. (Cabinet Secretary)

According to Florence Bore’s biodata, the Teachers Service Commission was where she held the position of Teacher. She began her 20-year teaching career in 1992. Florence Bore then performed her duties as a director of the Geothermal Development Company from 2015 to 2017.

She was elected as a member of parliament for the JP political party in 2017 after winning elections in Kericho county. She serves in the capacity of a member of the Budget and Appropriations Committee for the 12th Parliament. In 2017, she also served on the Members Service and Facilities Committee.


Florence Bore is now the United Democratic Alliance’s representative in 2022. (UDA). Before President William Ruto appointed her as Cabinet Secretary of Labor, she quit the Jubilee Party. President William Ruto abandoned the Jubilee Party in the final months of 2021, and on September 13, 2022, he ran for president under the UDA platform. She is noted to be single as of the moment.

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