Profile Description

Esther Omollo was born in Kabondo Kasipul area of Homa Bay county in a family of six but raised in Narok town. The mother of five lives with her husband and children in Homa Bay Central ward of Homa Bay county. She schooled at St. Mary’s Primary School in Narok and Gimarakwa Secondary School before joining the Balozi School of Beauty for a Certificate course in Hairdressing. She has been in business for over two decades and this has made her a people person thus motivation her to contest for an elective position so that she can get a platform that will enable her address people issue. Her vision is to bring social economic development to the people of Homa Bay Central ward.Esther is an active member of the Homa Bay Anglican Church choir and they have managed to visits people in hospitals and prison where they have been able to distribute clothes, soaps, tissue papers and sanitary towels.

She also serves as the secretary to the Lake Shores Women Group where they have been practicing table banking, merry go rounds and also help members solve social issues and in times of family difficulties and grief. The group has been able to work with several micro finances where the members can access credit facilities. Esther is also the coordinator of Homa Bay gender based violence network where they deal with gender based violence cases in partnership with Plan international, World vision and children’ department. Esther is also the manager and director of Esther’s Beauty Salon which currently employs four people and also offer free training on hair dressing skills to local youths from underprivileged backgrounds.

Development Agenda:  


Homa Bay Central ward is home to several private hospitals a majority of which are expensive hence majority of the residents cannot afford treatment in the facilities. The public facilities in the area lack drugs, equipment and enough medical personnel thus residents are denied proper medical care. Esther intends to lobby the county government to renovate and equip all the public health facilities across the ward to cater for the resident’s medical needs and help decongest Homabay District Hospital.


Feeder roads within the ward which is in an urban set up are in deplorable conditions and some become impassable during rainy seasons since they are not tarmacked and have potholes all over. Esther purposes to lobby the county government to ensure that the roads are well maintained and tarmacked.

Water and Sanitation

Its ironical that Homa Bay Central ward is home to Lake Victoria but residents suffer water deficiency. The area also suffers from poor drainage and sewerage systems. Esther intends to lobby the county government through legislations that will ensure that the resident have access to clean piped water in their homesteads. She also aims to ensure that the county government puts up public toilets in the area to improve on sanitation.

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