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Molo Constituency

Molo Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of six constituencies in Nakuru District. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections.

Members of Parliament

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1988 James Njenga Mungai KANU One-party system.
1992 James Njenga Mungai Ford-Asili
1997 Dixon Kihika Kimani DP
2002 Macharia Mukiri NARC
2007 Joseph Nganga Kiuna PNU

Locations and wards

Locations
Location Population*
Bagaria 9,716
Elburgon 49,463
Gichobo 5,495
Kapkembu 4,692
Kihingo 18,998
Lare 13,949
Mariashoni 5,563
Mau Narok 30,901
Mauche 3,070
Molo 31,574
Naishi 6,017
Nessuit 7,975
Njoro 55,501
Sachangwani 8,942
Sururu 7,054
Teret 5,792
Tuiyotich 5,973
Turi 27,838
Total x
1999 census.[2]
Wards
Ward Registered Voters Local Authority
Elburgon 14,991 Nakuru County
Kiambiriria 2,480 Molo Town
Kihingo 7,382 Nakuru County
Lare 10,140 Nakuru County
Maraishoni 1,839 Nakuru County
Mau Narok 11,731 Nakuru County
Mauche 6,326 Nakuru County
Molo 12,451 Molo Town
Nessuit 2,948 Nakuru County
Njoro 17,096 Nakuru County
Sachangwani 3,149 Molo Town
Turi North 2,441 Molo Town
Turi South 3,619 Molo Town
Total 96,593
*September 2005.[3]

References

External links

  • Map of the constituency

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