Evelyn Milgo Koske was born and raised in Nakuru Municipality. She is happily married and a mother of four.
She went to Uhuru primary school in Nakuru Municipality and later joined Kapsabet girls for her ‘O’ levels. She advanced for A levels at Moi girls Eldoret in 1986-1987.
She later joined national youth service for 3 months for a pre-university training. She currently holds a degree in Bachelor of Education from Kenyatta University and a masters in Entrepreneurship and Innovations management from University of Nairobi awaiting graduation.
She is a tax administrator who has worked with Kenya Revenue Authority and hopes to bring varied skills and experience as a manager for the benefit of the community.
Her motivation and vision as a leader is to serve her people diligently and bring a change to the residents of Kuresoi North.
As a resident of Kuresoi North, Evelyn Koske has provided financial assistance and entrepreneurial guidance to youth and women groups in their various initiatives.
She has also sponsored some students through their secondary and university education.
She availed resources and worked with the women groups to pipe water at the natural springs making it easy to access clean water.
She has also facilitated mentorship and employment of youth in the community among other initiatives.
Peace and Cohesion
Kuresoi North is a conflict prone area. The population is made up of people from diverse backgrounds/communities that trigger conflicts among them.
She will encourage public participation and equal sharing of the resources in the constituency and equitable allocation of CDF.
She hopes to bring the people together through social activities tapping into their diversity to enrich the constituency
Poor road network, inaccessible health care and low electricity coverage.
Once Evelyn is elected, she will work with the county to ensure construction of good access roads is commenced and ensure functional health facilities. Additionally, she plans to ensure that homes are connected to power.
There are no existing ECD schools in some areas. Children are forced to walk for long distances to the functional ones which could be as far as 7kms away.
There is poor performance in secondary schools as a result of inadequate and non-existent facilities in the school as well as shortage of staff.
When elected, Evelyn will ensure quality education is offered at all levels of learning. She will also work with the county government for the construction of ECD centres in most areas where there are none.