Allan Kosgey is son to the former Industrialization minister Henry Kosgey as well a very hardworking gentlemen always determined to achieve the best in his life endeavours. He is also a politician as well a trained lawyer and brother to Alex Kimutai.
Allan vied for a Parliamentary seat in 2017 but lost though he is looking forward to contest in Nandi County as governor in 2022. He believes governor Stephen Sang has not performed well a reason he is interested in disloging him come 2022 as he believes he has better leadership or alternative ideas to that of the current leadership.
Allan is as well a lawyer of the high court of Kenya and a man with vast experience in the legal profession given the number of years he has been in the legal field. He therefore has cut his own niche in matters career profession a reason he has always wanted to serve the people in the political field.
Allan Kosgey however keeps matters his family completely off public limelight as nothing much is known of whether he is married or not. He however is focused and a person highly determined and focused in whatever results he wants achieved as well highly helps the poor and the vulnerable in the society to ensure they also felt part and parcel of the wider Kenyan family.
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