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How many counties are there in Machakos?

What is Machakos County known for?

The county has been selected as the home to the upcoming Konza Technology City due to its proximity to Nairobi, good infrastructure and availability of massive chunks of land. Machakos County, Nairobi`s Eastern neighbour, is home to important industrial and residential centers like Athi River and Mlolongo.

Which towns are in Machakos County?

Machakos is made up of eight (8) constituencies including Machakos Town, Mavoko, Masinga, Yatta, Kangundo, Kathiani, Matungulu, and Mwala. Machakos Town is the administrative capital of the County.

Which is the largest county in Kenya?

Marsabit County (up to 2010 Marsabit District) is a county of Kenya. Covering a surface area of 66.923,1 square kilometres Marsabit is the largest county in Kenya. Its capital is Marsabit and its largest town Moyale. According to the 2019 census, the county has a population of 459,785.

What district is syokimau?

Administratively, most of Syokimau falls within Syokimau/Mlolongo ward in Mavoko Constituency of Machakos County.

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What do Kamba call their god?

The Kamba believed in a monotheistic, invisible and transcendental God, Ngai or Mulungu, who lived in the sky (Yayayani or Ituni).

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Is Machakos safe?

Is it Safe to Travel to Machakos? Our best data indicates this area is somewhat safe, but with extra warnings in a few regions. As of Oct 07, 2019 there are travel warnings and regional advisories for Kenya; exercise a high degree of caution and avoid some areas.

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Which was the capital city of Kenya before Nairobi?

NAIROBI, THE CAPITAL CITY

It replaced Mombasa as Kenya's capital in 1907 and became a city in 1950.

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What is the largest town in Machakos County?

  • Its largest town is Machakos, the country's first administrative headquarters. The county had a population of 1,421,932 as of 2019. The county borders Nairobi and Kiambu counties to the west, Embu to the north, Kitui to the east, Makueni to the south, Kajiado to the south west, and Muranga and Kirinyaga to the north west.

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How many constituencies does Machakos County have?

  • Machakos has eight constituencies including Machakos Town, Mavoko, Masinga, Yatta, Kangundo, Kathiani, Matungulu, and Mwala. Machakos Town is the administrative capital of the county.

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Where to study in Machakos County Kenya?

  • Education. Universities and colleges within Machakos County include Machakos University, Scott Theological University, South Eastern Kenya University (SEKU), St. Paul's University, African Training Center for Research and Technology, Century Park College, Machakos Institute of Technology, and Machakos Technical Training Institute for the Blind.

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How is the Governor of Machakos elected?

  • The office of the Governor of Machakos was created on 27 March 2013. Alfred Mutua, the incumbent, is the inaugural holder of the office. The Machakos County Assembly is headed by a Speaker elected by its members.

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