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Wajir County


Wajir County is a county in the former North Eastern Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Wajir. The county has a population of 661,941 [1] and an area of 55,840.6 km². Wajir County has only one local authority: Wajir county council. The county has four constituencies: Wajir North, Wajir West, Wajir East and Wajir South. Wajir County is divided into fourteen administrative divisions:

Administrative divisions
Division Population* Pop. density* Area (km²) Headquarters
Buna 29,160 5 x Buna
Bute 14,684 20 x Bute
Central 51,006 22 x Wajir
Diff 19,052 3 x
Eldas 9,166 4 x
Griftu 42,333 6 x
Gurar 18,087 7 x Gurar
Habaswein 27,467 6 x Habaswein
Hadado 19,787 5 x
Kotulo 23,016 9 x
Lafaley 5,883 12 x
Sebule 25,699 3 x
Tarbaj 22,758 4 x Tarbaj
Wajir-Bor 17,046 4 x
Total 319,261 6 (average) x -
* 1999 census. Sources: [1]

References

  1. ^ http://www.scribd.com/doc/36672705/Kenya-Census-2009

External links

  • Aridland.go.ke
  • countyetu.com


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