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Rongai Constituency

Rongai Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of six constituencies in Nakuru District. The constituency has eight wards, all electing councillors for the Nakuru County Council. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections when it was carved out of Nakuru North Constituency (now Subukia Constituency).[1]

The first Rongai MP, previously representing Nakuru North, is a brother-in-law of then Kenyan president Daniel arap Moi.[1]

Members of Parliament

Elections MP [2] Party Notes
1988 Eric Kibet Koras Bomett KANU One-party system.
1992 William K. Komen KANU
1997 Eric Toroitich Morogo KANU
2002 Alicen J. Ronoh Chelaite NARC
2007 Luka Kigen ODM

Locations and wards

Locations
Location Population*
Boror 13,753
Kampi ya Moto 23,436
Lenginet 21,770
Maji Tamu 13,881
Makongeni 19,746
Ngata 17,910
Rongai 19,546
Solai 35,949
Waseges 29,722
Total x
1999 census.[3]
Wards
Ward Registered Voters
Boror 4,114
Kampi ya Moto 6,257
Maji Tamu 3,827
Makongeni 5,598
Ngata 5,194
Rongai 13,095
Solai 4,089
Waseges 8,688
Total 50,862
*September 2005.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b Daily Nation, June 3, 2002: An almost sure seat for the Opposition
  2. ^ Center for Multiparty Democracy: Politics and Parliamentarians in Kenya 1944–2007
  3. ^ information.go.ke: CDF allocation by sector and location (2003-6)
  4. ^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Registered voters per polling station by electoral area/ward and constituency

External links

  • Map of the constituency

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