Where is Lurambi constituency?
Lurambi Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of twelve constituencies in Kakamega County….Members of Parliament.
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|Bunyala West||9,509||Kakamega County|
|North Butsotso||13,324||Kakamega County|
How many constituencies are there in Kakamega County?
Administration wise, the county is divided into twelve sub counties, sixty county assembly wards, eighty three locations, two hundred and fifty sub-locations, one hundred eighty seven Village Units and four hundred Community Administrative Areas. Politically, it comprises twelve constituencies and sixty wards.
Which constituency is Kakamega town?
Kakamega forms a municipality with ten wards (Amalemba, Bukhulunya, Central, Mahiakalo, Maraba, Matende, Milimani, Musaa, Shibiriri and Sichilayi). All of them belong to Lurambi Constituency, which has a total of fifteen wards.
How many constituencies are in Kiambu County?
Pages in category “Constituencies in Kiambu County” The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
How many constituencies are there in Bungoma County?
Administrative and Electoral Units Bungoma county consist of nine constituencies, forty five county ward assemblies, eighty five locations and one and eighty three constituencies.
How many constituencies are in Siaya county?
As of 2013, the County was made up of six constituencies namely Alego Usonga, Bondo, Gem, Rarieda, Ugenya, and Ugunja.
What is constituency of Kiambu?
Kiambu County has twelve (12) constituencies, which are Gatundu South, Gatundu North, Juja, Thika Town, Ruiru, Githunguri, Kiambu, Kiambaa, Kikuyu, Kabete, Limuru, and Lari. These constituencies are further divided into 60 electoral wards.
How many wards are there in Kabuchai constituency?
Kabuchai is a constituency in Kenya. It is one of nine constituencies in Bungoma County that has got nine wards in total.
How many constituencies are in central Kenya?
Constituencies of Kenya are used to elect members of the Kenyan parliament. In accordance with article 89 of the 2010 Constitution of Kenya, there are 290 constituencies, based on a formula where these constituencies were to be delineated based on population numbers. Each constituency returns one MP.
What constituency is in Siaya?