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Kirinyaga Central Constituency

Kirinyaga Central Constituency, formerly known as Kerugoya/Kutus Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of four constituencies in Kirinyaga District, Central Province. The constituency was established for the 1997 elections.

Members of Parliament

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1997 John Matere Keriri Democratic Party
2002 Daniel Karaba NARC
2007 John Ngata Kariuki Ford-Asili Kariuki lost his seat in October 2010 following a court petition [2]
2011 Joseph Gitari PNU By-election.[3]


Ward Registered Voters Local authority
Kerugoya Central 6,474 Kerugoya/Kutus municipality
Kerugoya North 3,051 Kerugoya/Kutus municipality
Nduini 3,501 Kerugoya/Kutus municipality
Inoi 9,683 Kirinyaga county
Kanyeki-ine 10,080 Kirinyaga county
Kerugoya South 4,728 Kirinyaga county
Muruana 8,280 Kirinyaga county
Mutira 12,475 Kirinyaga county
Total 58,272
*September 2005,[4][5]


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