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Flags of the counties of Kenya

The list shows flags for the forty-seven counties of Kenya. Some counties adopted the flag of the defunct municipal or district governments. Other flags adopted in the year after the first county governments were elected which was between March 4, 2013 to the same date on 2014. As of Dec 17th 2014 not all county assemblies have passed the design of the county flags. It is expected that all counties will adopt their own flags soon.

Current county flags

[1]
Flag of Baringo
Flag of Baringo
Flag of Bomet
Flag of Bomet
Flag of Busia
Flag of Busia
Flag of Elgeyo Marakwet
Flag of Elgeyo Marakwet
Flag of Homa Bay
Flag of Homa Bay
Flag of Kilifi
Flag of Kilifi
Flag of Laikipia
Flag of Laikipia
Flag of Machakos
Flag of Machakos
Flag of Marsabit
Flag of Marsabit
Flag of Meru
Flag of Meru
Flag of Mombasa
Flag of Mombasa
Flag of Nairobi
Flag of Nairobi
Flag of Nyandarua
Flag of Nyandarua
Flag of Samburu
Flag of Samburu
Flag of Taita Taveta
Flag of Taita Taveta
Flag of West Pokot
Flag of West Pokot

See also

References

  1. ^ [2] County Govt of Taita Taveta. Retrieved 12 March 2015.
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