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Naivasha Constituency

Naivasha Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of six constituencies in Nakuru District. The constituency was established for the 1997 elections.

Members of Parliament


Locations and wards

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1997 Paul Samuel Kihara DP
2002 Paul Samuel Kihara NARC Kihara died in 2003, resulting in by-elections [2]
2003 Jayne Wanjiru Kihara NARC By-elections
2007 John Michael Njenga Mututho KANU
Location Population*
Gilgil 49,773
Hell's Gate 52,641
Kiambogo 29,201
Karunga 21,044
Longonot 32,594
Malewa 16,114
Miellla 14,232
Miti Mingi 16,614
Moindabi 6,379
Naivasha East 27,479
Naivasha Town 47,277
Ndabibi 4,600
Total x
1999 census.[3]
Ward Registered Voters Local Authority
Biashara 7,680 Naivasha municipality
Gilgil 16,207 Nakuru County
Hells Gate 6,521 Naivasha municipality
Kiambogo 8,789 Nakuru County
Lake View 5,178 Naivasha municipality
Longonot 8,203 Nakuru County
Maiellla 3,901 Nakuru County
Malewa East 3,873 Naivasha municipality
Malewa West 3,839 Naivasha municipality
Maraigishu 5,320 Naivasha municipality
Miti Mingi 4,566 Nakuru County
Murindati 6,299 Nakuru County
Mwiciringiri 2,063 Naivasha municipality
Naivasha East 3,065 Naivasha municipality
Ndabibi 4,153 Nakuru County
Olkaria 11,138 Naivasha municipality
Viwanda 3,226 Naivasha municipality
Total 104,021
*September 2005.[4]


External links

  • Map of the constituency

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