Beatrice Kones, whose full name is Beatrice Pauline Cherono Kones, is a kenyan politician who is a member of parliament for Bomet constituency in Bomet County under Jubilee Party and is a member of Jubilee Party. In 2009, Beatrice was appointed Assistant minister of Home Affairs of Cabinet.
Hon. Beatrice was born on 9th September, 1957 in Bomet County.
The Member of Parliament, Beatrice, lost her daughter, Vicky Chebet Kones on 16th April after she was admitted to hospital but lost her life after her condition worsened. Kevin Kones, the deceased brother explained that Vicky had been unwell but her condition worsened on Tuesday night. Vicky was rushed to hospital where the doctors tried to stabilise her but, unfortunately, she did not make it. Her death comes barely a month after her brother, Collins Kipyegon Kalya took his own life because of family issues.
From our research, Pauline Cherono Kones’s details concerning her marriage are not in the public domain though, from reliable sources show that she is a married woman who has children, Kevin Kones, Vicky Chebet Kones and Collins Kipyegon Kalya. Details of his husband will be updated as soon as these details are available.
From 1964 to 1972, Pauline Cherono Kones attended Cheptuiyet Primary School for her Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) and from 1972 to 1976, went to Sosiot Girls High School where she earned Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE). In 1981, Pauline Cherono Kones was enrolled at Kericho Teachers Training College to take P1 Certificate and graduated in 1983.
Beatrice Kones Career
Pauline Cherono Kones joined Teachers Service Commission as a teacher worked from 1983 to 1995. Between 2008 and 2013, she worked in Ministry of State, Office of the Vice President and Home Affairs, as Assistant Minister. From 2008 to 2013, Pauline Cherono Kones was a member of Kenya National Assembly where she became a Member of Parliament for Bomet Constituency in Bomet County. Since 2014, Pauline Cherono Kones was in Maendeleo ya Wanawake working as Vice Chairperson. In 2017, Pauline Cherono Kones was re-elected as Member of Parliament for Bomet East Constituency.
Beatrice Kones Net worth
Pauline Cherono Kones’s estimated net worth is not revealed but will be updated as soon as it is available.