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Friday, December 16, 2016

How to Withdraw M-pesa from Airtel Line

If you own an Airtel line, you can still receive a Mpesa mobile money payment. An Airtel number is treated in the same manner as an unregistered Safaricom number. The person sending the money will follow the usual steps and receive a notification that the number is unregistered before they send the payment.



Once payment is sent, the sender will receive a confirmation message. The Airtel number will also receive a message from M-pesa containing a 4 digit code which they will use to withdraw money from an M-pesa agent.

How to Withdraw M-Pesa Agent




  1. Find an M-pesa agent
  2. Confirm the agent has sufficient funds for your transaction.
  3. Present the SMS containing the M-pesa voucher number (notification confirming receipt of cash).
  4. Give your Airtel phone number
  5. Show original ID.
  6. The agent will enter the 'one time code' that is displayed on the customer's SMS notification.
  7. Both the agent and the customer will receive an SMS confirming the transaction.
  8. The agent will give you your money and request you to sign the Log book which is a record of M-pesa transactions done in that store.

Source
Safaricom


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Friday, December 9, 2016

How to Make Chicken Feed

Chicken feed has become very expensive and the only way to make a decent return from rearing chicken for meat or eggs is to make to your own chicken feed. In fact, many Kenyan animal feeds manufacturers make sub-standard feeds so from whatever angle you look at it, you are better making your own chicken feed.

The Nation Newspaper recently ran an interesting piece that explained how a farmer could go about making their own chicken feed. If you missed it, here is an extract of the salient points below.


By Nation Seeds of Gold

To formulate feeds, farmers have to use the Pearson Square method. In this method, the digestible crude protein (DCP) is the basic nutritional requirement for any feed preparation for all animals and birds.


Now, assuming that a farmer wants to make feed for their chicken using this method, they have to know the crude protein content of each of the ingredients they want to use to make their feed.

The following are the DCP values for each of the common ingredients used in feed making:

  • Whole maize — 8.23%
  • Soya — 45%
  • Fishmeal (omena) — 55%
  • Maize bran — 7%
  • Sunflower — 35%

Each category of chicken has its nutritional requirement. For example, if we want to make feed for layers, the feed should have at least 18 percent crude protein.

If one was to formulate feed for layers, then they would have to calculate the percentage of DCP in each of the ingredients they want to use to ensure that the total crude protein content is at least 18 percent.

Therefore, to make a 70kg bag of feed for layers, a farmer would require the following ingredients:

  • 34kg of whole maize
  • 12kg of soya
  • 8kg of omena (fishmeal)
  • 10kg of maize bran
  • 6kg of lime (as a calcium source)

To find out if all the above ingredients meet this standard of 18% crude protein, a farmer can do a simple calculation as follows:

  • Whole maize — 34kg x 8.23 ÷100 = 2.80 %
  • Soya — 12kg x 45kg ÷ 100 = 5.40 %
  • Omena — 8 kg x 55kg ÷ 100 = 4.40 %
  • Lime — 6 kg x 0 kg ÷ 100 = 0.00%
  • Total % of crude protein = 13.30%

To get the total crude protein percentage of all these ingredients in a 70kg bag of feed, the farmer should take this crude protein content of the combined ingredients, divide by 70kg and multiply by 100, thus — 13.30 ÷70 ×100 = 19%; this shows that the crude protein content of the above feed formulation is 19%, which is quite adequate for layers.

To ensure the chicken to get all they need in terms of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and amino acids, you need these additives in their standard quantities.

In order to make it even simpler for farmers who would wish to make their own feeds, below are feed formulations for each category of chickens and stage of growth already worked out such that all the farmer needs is to buy the ingredients and mix them:

How to Make a 70 kg Bag of Layers Chick Mash (1-4 weeks)

Growing chicks require feed with Digestible Crude Protein (DCP) of between 18 to 20 percent. The following formulation can be used to make a 70kg bag of layers chick mash:

Ingredients

  • 31.5kg of whole maize
  • 9.1kg of wheat bran
  • 7.0kg of wheat pollard
  • 16.8 kg of sunflower (or 16.8 kg of linseed)
  • 1.5kg of fishmeal
  • 1.75kg of lime
  • 30g of salt
  • 20g of premix Amino acids
  • 70g of tryptophan
  • 3.0g of lysine
  • 10g of methionine
  • 70 g of Threonine
  • 50g of enzymes
  • 60g of coccidiostat
  • 50g of toxin binder
  • Making a 70 kg bag of growers mash (4 to 8 weeks)

Growers (pullets or young layers) should be provided with feed having a protein content of between 16 and 18 percent. Such feed makes the young layers to grow fast in preparation for egg laying:

  • 10kg of whole maize
  • 17kg of maize germ
  • 13kg of wheat pollard
  • 10kg of wheat bran
  • 6kg of cotton seed cake
  • 5kg of sunflower cake
  • 3.4kg of soya meal
  • 2.07kg of lime
  • 700g of bone meal
  • 3kg of fishmeal

Additives
  • 14g of salt
  • 1g of coccidiostat
  • 18g of Pre-mix
  • 1g of zinc bacitracitrach
  • 7g of mycotoxin binder

How to Make a 70 kg Bag of Layers’ Mash (18 weeks and above)

Ingredients

  • 34kg of whole maize
  • 12kg of Soya
  • 8kg of fishmeal
  • 10kg of maize bran, rice germ or wheat bran
  • 6kg of lime
  • Amino acids
  • 175g premix
  • 70g lysine
  • 35g methionine
  • 70kg Threonine
  • 35g tryptophan
  • 50g toxin binder
Layer feed should contain a Digestible Crude Protein (DCP) content of between 16-18 per cent.

The feed should contain calcium (lime) for the formation of eggshells (laying hens that do not get enough calcium will use the calcium stored in their own born tissue to produce eggshells).

Layer feed should be introduced at 18 weeks.

How to Make a 70 kg Bag of Broiler Feed


Broilers have different feed requirements in terms of energy, proteins and minerals during different stages of their growth. It is important that farmers adapt feed rations to these requirements for maximum production.

Young broilers have a high protein requirement for the development of muscles, feathers, etc. As the broilers grow, their energy requirements for the deposit of fat increase and their protein requirements decrease.

They therefore require high protein content in their starter rations than in the grower and finisher rations.

Broilers should have feed that has between 22 -24 percent DCP. The following guidelines can help the farmer to make the right feed at each stage of growth:

Broiler Starter Feed (1-4 weeks)

  • 40kg of whole maize
  • 12kg of fishmeal (or omena)
  • 14kg of soya bean meal
  • 4kg of lime
  • 70g of premix
  • Amino acids
  • 35g of lysine
  • 35g of Threonine

Preparing Broiler Finisher feed (70kg)

  • 10kg of whole maize
  • 16.7kg of maize germ
  • 13.3kg of wheat pollard
  • 10 kg wheat bran
  • 6 kg of cotton seed cake
  • 4.7kg of sunflower cake
  • 3kg of fishmeal 2kg of lime
  • 3.4kg of soya meal
  • 40g of bone meal
  • 10g of grower PMX
  • 5g of salt
  • 5g of coccidiostat
  • 5g of Zincbacitrach
NOTE: For farmers who have more than 500 chickens, it is advisable to make 1 ton of feed at once (There are 14 bags of feed in one ton).

Therefore, to make 1 tonne of feed, all a farmer needs is to multiply each of the ingredients by 14. Ensure that all the feed you make will last for one month and not longer — this ensures the feed remains fresh and safe for chickens. Any feed that lasts more than one month may deteriorate in quality and can affect your chickens.

Daily Feed Requirements for each Growth Stage

Farmers should maintain the right feed quantities for chicken at each stage of growth as shown below:

— An egg-laying chicken requires 130-140g of feed per day.

— A chick requires a minimum 60g per day. If they finish their daily rations, give them fruit and vegetable cuttings to ensure they feed continuously.

— Young chickens (or pullets) which are about to start laying eggs should be fed 60g for 2 and ½ months and then put on layer diet (140g per day). Supplement the feed with vegetables, edible plant leaves and fruit peelings in addition to their feed rations.

— Broiler chicks require 67g per day. Broiler finishers require 67g of feed per day to the day of slaughter.

— Chickens are very sensitive to aflatoxins- never use rotten maize (maozo) while making feeds.

Where to buy ingredients

Farmers who need raw materials for feed making including feed additives (pre-mixes and amino acids) can order them from agro-veterinary shops nearest to them.

There are also companies doing calibration services for farmers who wish to make feeds in large scale farming enterprises and even for any farmer who requires these services.

Monday, November 21, 2016

List of Seventh-Day Adventist Churches

The following is a list of Seventh-Day Adventist Churches in Kenya showing their locations and conference name.



Church Name
Location
Conference
Bahati Seventh Day Adventist Church
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Kariobangi S.D.A Church
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Satellite Newlife Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Seventh Day Adventist Church Kawangware
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Githunguri Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Kiambu
Central Kenya Conference
Murang'a Town Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Murang'a
Central Kenya Conference
Gathanji Seventh - Day Adventist Church
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Ngong Road Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Dandora Terminus
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Cornerstone Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
University Of Nairobi
Nairobi
Central Kenya Conference
Abundant Life Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nakuru
Central Kenya Conference
Rabuor Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Rabuor
Central Nyanza Conference
Dunga Sda Church
Kisumu
Central Nyanza Conference
Bodi Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Kisumu
Central Nyanza Conference
Victory Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Kisumu
Central Nyanza Conference
Maseno University Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Maseno
Central Nyanza Conference
Kachok Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Kisumu
Central Nyanza Conference
Racetrack Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nakuru
Central Rift Valley Conference
Seventh-Day Adventist Narok Central
Narok
East Kenya Union Conference
Tinderet Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Songhor
Greater Rift Valley Conference
Family Life Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Eldoret
Greater Rift Valley Conference
Kapkiam Seventh Day Adventist Church
Kericho
Greater Rift Valley Conference
Miritini Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Mombasa
Kenya Coast Field
Ziwani Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Mombasa
Kenya Coast Field
Seventh Day Adventist Church Got Rateng'.
Kadongo
Kenya Lake Conference
Nyatir Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Kendu Bay
Kenya Lake Conference
Kasibuor Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Oyugis
Kenya Lake Conference
Kasarani Seveth Day Adventist Church
Nairobi
Kenya Union Mission
Kenyenya Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nyamira
Nyamira Conference
Bahati Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nyamira
Nyamira Conference
Engoto Sevent Day Adventist Church
Nyansiongo
Nyamira Conference
Riangoko Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Nyansiongo
Nyamira Conference
Lwala West Seventh Day Adventist Church
Homa Bay
Ranen Conference
Ogeng'o West Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Rongo
Ranen Conference
Migori Central Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Migori
Ranen Conference
Nyamage Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Kisii
South Kenya Conference
Narok Central Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Narok
South Kenya Conference


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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

WhatsApp Launches Video Calling

Whatsapp has introduced video calling. In a blog post on the WhatsApp website, the FaceBook owned company announced that "in the coming days, WhatsApp's more than one billion users can make video calls across Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone devices".

To use the feature, users will first need to update the application on their phones. To start a video call, simply open a chat and tap the call icon at the top right corner of the screen. This will bring up a window with a voice and video call option. Select Video call to make a video call. Watch the video below.

 

WhatsApp is late to the party with this new feature since many messaging apps including Facebook’s own Messenger app already offer video calling. Other messaging apps that have this feature include Skype, Apple’s FaceTime, Viber, LINE and Google’s recently launched Duo, to mention a few.

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Friday, November 11, 2016

US Bank Holidays

There are ten federal holidays in the United States which also double up as bank holidays. In addition, there is also Inauguration Day celebrated once every four years on January 20 following a presidential election.  Banks in the US follow the holiday calendar of the U.S. Federal Reserve.

The Federal holiday calendar is as follows:
  1. New Year's Day - January 1
  2. Inauguration Day - January 20
  3. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - Third Monday in January
  4. George Washington’s Birthday - Third Monday in February
  5. Memorial Day - Last Monday in May
  6. Independence Day - July 4
  7. Labor Day - First Monday in September
  8. Columbus Day - Second Monday in October
  9. Veterans Day - November 11
  10. Thanksgiving Day - 4th Thursday in November
  11. Christmas Day - December 25



When a holiday falls on a Saturday, it is observed on the preceding Friday; when it falls on a Sunday, it is observed on the following Monday.


Tuesday, November 1, 2016

List of Wards in Gatanga Constituency

Gatanga constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Ithanga
  2. Kakuzi/Mitubiri
  3. Mugumo-Ini
  4. Kihumbu-Ini

List of Wards in Kandara Constituency

Kandara constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Ng’ararii
  2. Muruka
  3. Kangundu-Ini
  4. Gaichanjiru
  5. Ithiru
  6. Ruchu

Monday, October 31, 2016

List of Wards in Maragwa Constituency

Maragwa constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Kimorori/Wempa
  2. Makuyu
  3. Kambiti
  4. Kamahuha
  5. Ichagaki
  6. Nginda

List of Wards in Kigumo Constituency

Kigumo constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. Kahumbu
  2. Muthithi
  3. Kigumo
  4. Kangari
  5. Kinyona

List of Wards in Kiharu Constituency

Kiharu constituency has 6 wards as follows:


  1. Wangu
  2. Mugoiri
  3. Mbiri
  4. Township
  5. Murarandia
  6. Gaturi

List of Wards in Mathioya Constituency

Mathioya constituency has 3 wards as follows:

  1. Gituhi
  2. Kiru
  3. Kamacharia

Friday, October 28, 2016

List of Wards in Kangema Constituency

Kangema constituency has 3 wards as follows:


  1. Kanyenya-Ini
  2. Muguru
  3. Rwathia

List of Wards in Mbeere North Constituency

Mbeere North constituency has 3 wards as follows:

  1. Nthawa
  2. Muminji
  3. Evurore

How to Apply for a Death Certificate Online

It is now possible to apply for a death certificate online. The Civil Registration Department's Services are now live eCitizen.go.ke, the government's online services portal.

Death Certificate Requirements

  1. Original ID Card of the Deceased.
  2. Burial permit of the Deceased.


Death Certificate Application Instructions

  1. Visit eCitizen.go.ke.
  2. Log in or create an account if you don't have one. 
  3. Scroll down and look for Civil Registration Department. Click the "Get Service Button" as shown in the image below.
  4. Next, click "Make Application" then select Death Certificate and follow the instructions.
  5. You will need to know District of death, Burial Permit number (on the burial permit), exact place of death, gender, date of death and the age of the deceased.
  6. The fee is 100 which is payable via Lipa na Mpesa.
  7. Submit a copy of your eCitizen invoice to ACK Bishop house for processing to begin.

Tips and Warnings
  • The service is currently only available for Nairobi but will be rolled out to other parts of the country soon. 

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Thursday, October 27, 2016

List of Wards in Mbeere South Constituency

Mbeere South constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Mwea
  2. Amakim
  3. Mbeti South
  4. Mavuria
  5. Kiambere

List of Wards in Runyenjes Constituency

Runyenjes constituency has 6 wards as follows:


  1. Gaturi North
  2. Kagaari South
  3. Kagaari North
  4. Central Ward
  5. Kyeni North
  6. Kyeni South

List of Wards in Manyatta Constituency

Manyatta constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Ruguru/Ngandori
  2. Kithimu
  3. Nginda
  4. Mbeti North
  5. Kirimari
  6. Gaturi South

How to Perform a Land Search Online

It is now possible to a land search online. This is after the Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning came live on eCitizen.go.ke, the government's online services portal.

Death Certificate Application Instructions

  1. Visit eCitizen.go.ke.
  2. Log in or create an account if you don't have one. 
  3. Scroll down and look for Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning. Click the "Get Service Button" as shown in the image below.
  4. Next, click "Make Application" then select Lands Search -> Official Lands Search and follow the instructions.
  5. Fill in the application form with the correct land Title Number and parcel number from the online registry.

  6. Make the online payment of Kes 550. 
  7. Click on the download button to access the print the results from the Land Search.

Tips and Warnings

Land Registries That Are Online

  1. Nairobi Registry.
  2. Mombasa Registry.
  3. Eldoret Registry.
  4. Kajiado Registry.

The Following Registries Will Be Available Online From 1st November 2016
  1. Central Registry.
  2. Bungoma Registry
  3. Kiambu Registry
  4. Nakuru Registry.
  5. Kisumu Registry.
  6. Machakos Registry.
  7. Thika Registry.
  8. Meru Registry.
  9. Kilifi Registry.
  10. Kwale Registry.
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How to Apply for a Birth Certificate Online

It is now possible to apply for a birth certificate online. The Civil Registration Department's Services have finally come online at the Government's eCitizen portal.

Birth Certificate Application Instructions

  1. Visit eCitizen.go.ke.
  2. Log in or create an account if you don't have one. 
  3. Scroll down and look for Civil Registration Department. Click the "Get Service Button" as shown in the image below.
  4. Next, click "Make Application" then select Birth Certificate and follow the instructions.
  5. You will need the name of the hospital, birth notification number (available on the birth notification slip you were given by the hospital), mother's ID number and mother's maiden name (father's ID number and name are optional).
  6. The fee is 100 which is payable via Lipa na Mpesa.
  7. Submit a copy of your eCitizen invoice to ACK Bishop house for processing to begin.


Tips and Warnings

  • The service is currently only available for hospitals in Nairobi but will be rolled out to other parts of the country soon. 

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

List of Wards in Ijara Constituency

Ijara constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Hulugho
  2. Sangailu
  3. Ijara
  4. Masalani

List of Wards in Fafi Constituency

Fafi constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. Bura
  2. Dekaharia
  3. Jarajila
  4. Fafi
  5. Nanighi

List of Wards in Dadaab Constituency

Dadaab constituency has 6 wards as follows:


  1. Dertu
  2. Dadaab
  3. Labasigale
  4. Damajale
  5. Liboi
  6. Abakaile

List of Wards in Lagdera Constituency

Lagdera constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Modogashe
  2. Bename
  3. Goreale
  4. Maalamin
  5. Sabena
  6. Baraki

List of Wards in Balambala Constituency

Balambala constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. Balambala
  2. Danyere
  3. Jarajara
  4. Saka
  5. Sankuri

List of Wards in Garissa Township Constituency

Garissa Township constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Waberi
  2. Galbet
  3. Township
  4. Iftin

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

List of Wards in Kinango Constituency

Kinango constituency has 7 wards as follows:


  1. Ndavaya
  2. Puma
  3. Kinango
  4. Chengoni/Samburu
  5. Mackinon Road
  6. Mwavumbo
  7. Kasemeni

List of Wards in Matuga Constituency

Matuga constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Tsimba Golini
  2. Waa
  3. Tiwi
  4. Kubo South
  5. Mkongani

List of Wards in Lunga Lunga Constituency

Lunga Lunga constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Pongwe Kikoneni
  2. Dzombo
  3. Vanga
  4. Mwereni

List of Wards in Msambweni Constituency

Msambweni constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Gombato Bongwe
  2. Ukunda
  3. Kinondo
  4. Ramisi

Saturday, October 22, 2016

List of Wards in South Imenti Constituency

South Imenti constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Mitunguu
  2. Igoji East
  3. Igoji West
  4. Abogeta East
  5. Abogeta West
  6. Nkuene

Friday, October 21, 2016

List of Wards in Central Imenti Constituency

Central Imenti constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Mwanganthia
  2. Abothuguchi Central
  3. Abothuguchi West
  4. Kiagu
  5. Kibirichia

List of Wards in Buuri Constituency

Buuri constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Timau
  2. Kisima
  3. Kiirua/Naari
  4. Ruiri/Rwarera

List of Wards in North Imenti Constituency

North Imenti constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Municipality
  2. Ntima East
  3. Ntima West
  4. Nyaki West
  5. Nyaki East

List of Wards in Tigania East Constituency

Tigania East constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. Thangatha
  2. Mikinduri
  3. Kiguchwa
  4. Mithara
  5. Karama

List of Wards in Tigania West Constituency

Tigania West constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Athwana
  2. Akithi
  3. Kianjai
  4. Nkomo
  5. Mbeu

List of Wards in Igembe North Constituency

Igembe North constituency has 5 wards as follows:
  1. Antuambui
  2. Ntunene
  3. Antubetwe Kiongo
  4. Naathui
  5. Amwathi

List of Wards in Igembe Central Constituency

Igembe Central constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Akirang’ondu
  2. Athiru
  3. Ruujine
  4. Igembe East Njia
  5. Kangeta

List of Wards in Igembe South Constituency

Igembe South constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Maua
  2. Kegoi/Antubochiu
  3. Athiru
  4. Gaiti
  5. Akachiu
  6. Kanuni

List of Wards in Borabu Constituency

Borabu constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Mekenene
  2. Kiabonyoru
  3. Esise
  4. Nyansiongo

List of Wards in North Mugirango Constituency

North Mugirango constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Itibo
  2. Bomwagamo
  3. Bokeira
  4. Magwagwa
  5. Ekerenyo

Thursday, October 20, 2016

List of Wards in West Mugirango Constituency

West Mugirango constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Nyamaiya
  2. Bogichora
  3. Bosamaro
  4. Bonyamatuta
  5. Township

List of Wards in Kitutu Masaba Constituency

Kitutu Masaba constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Rigoma
  2. Gachuba
  3. Kemera
  4. Magombo
  5. Manga
  6. Gesima

List of Wards in Kitutu Chache South Constituency

Kitutu Chache South constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Bogusero
  2. Bogeka
  3. Nyakoe
  4. Kitutu Central
  5. Nyatieko

List of Wards in Kitutu Chache North Constituency

Kitutu Chache North constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Monyerero
  2. Sensi
  3. Marani
  4. Mwamonari

List of Wards in Nyaribari Chache Constituency

Nyaribari Chache constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Bobaracho
  2. Kisii Central
  3. Keumbu
  4. Kiogoro
  5. Birongo
  6. Ibeno

List of Wards in Nyaribari Masaba Constituency

Nyaribari Masaba constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Ichuni
  2. Nyamasibi
  3. Masimba
  4. Gesusu
  5. Kiamokama

List of Wards in Bomachoge Chache Constituency

Bomachoge Chache constituency has 3 wards as follows:


  1. Majoge Basi
  2. Boochi/Tendere
  3. Bosoti/Sengera

List of Wards in Bobasi Constituency

Bobasi constituency has 8 wards as follows:

  1. Masige West
  2. Masige East
  3. Basi Central
  4. Nyacheki
  5. Bassi Bogetaorio
  6. Bobasi Chache
  7. Sameta/ Mokwerero
  8. Bobasi/ Boitangare

List of Wards in Bomachoge Borabu Constituency

Bomachoge Borabu constituency has 4 wards as follows:
  1. Borabu Masaba
  2. Boochi Borabu
  3. Bokimonge
  4. Magenche

List of Wards in South Mugirango Constituency

South Mugirango constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Bogetenga
  2. Borabu/Chitago
  3. Moticho
  4. Getenga
  5. Tabaka
  6. Boikanga

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

List of Wards in Bonchari Constituency

Bonchari constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Bomariba
  2. Bogiakumu
  3. Bokeira
  4. Riana

List of Wards in Nyakach Constituency

Nyakach constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. South East Nyakach
  2. West Nyakach
  3. North Nyakach
  4. Central Nyakach
  5. South West Nyakach

List of Wards in Muhoroni Constituency

Muhoroni constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Miwani
  2. Ombeyi
  3. Masogo/Nyag’oma
  4. Chemeli
  5. Muhoroni/Koru

List of Wards in Nyando Constituency

Nyando constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. East Kano/Waidhi
  2. Awasi/Onjiko
  3. Ahero
  4. Kabonyo/Kanyag Wal
  5. Kobura

List of Wards in Seme Constituency

Seme constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. West Seme
  2. Central Seme
  3. East Seme
  4. North Seme

List of Wards in Kisumu Central Constituency

Kisumu Central constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Railways
  2. Migosi
  3. Shaurimoyo Kaloleni
  4. Market Milimani
  5. Kondele
  6. Nyalenda B

List of Wards in Kisumu West Constituency

Kisumu West constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. South West Kisumu
  2. Central Kisumu
  3. Kisumu North
  4. West Kisumu
  5. North West Kisumu

List of Wards in Kisumu East Constituency

Kisumu East constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. Kajulu
  2. Kolwa East
  3. Manyatta ‘B’
  4. Nyalenda ‘A’
  5. Kolwa Central

Monday, October 17, 2016

List of Wards in Ikolomani Constituency

Ikolomani constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Idakho South
  2. Idakho East
  3. Idakho North
  4. Idakho Central

List of Wards in Shinyalu Constituency

Shinyalu constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Isukha North
  2. Murhanda
  3. Isukha Central
  4. Isukha South
  5. Isukha East
  6. Isukha West

Sunday, October 16, 2016

List of Wards in Khwisero Constituency

Khwisero constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Kisa North
  2. Kisa East
  3. Kisa West
  4. Kisa Central

Saturday, October 15, 2016

List of Wards in Butere Constituency

Butere constituency has 5 wards as follows:
  1. Marama West
  2. Marama Central
  3. Marenyo-Shianda
  4. Maram North
  5. Marama South

List of Wards in Matungu Constituency

Matungu constituency has 5 wards as follows:
  1. Koyonzo
  2. Kholera
  3. Khalaba
  4. Mayoni
  5. Namamali

List of Wards in Mumias East Constituency

Mumias East constituency has 3 wards as follows:
  1. Lusheya/Lubinu
  2. Malaha/Isongo/Makunga
  3. East Wanga

Friday, October 14, 2016

List of Wards in Mumias West Constituency

Mumias West constituency has 4 wards as follows:
  1. Mumias Central
  2. Mumias North
  3. Etenje
  4. Musanda


List of Wards in Navakholo Constituency

Navakholo constituency has 6 wards as follows:
  1. Ingostse-Mathia
  2. Shinoyi-Shikomari
  3. Esumeyia
  4. Bunyala West
  5. Bunyala East
  6. Bunyala Central

List of Wards in Lurambi Constituency

Lurambi constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Butsotso East
  2. Butsotso South
  3. Butsotso Central
  4. Sheywe
  5. Mahiakalo
  6. Shirere

List of Wards in Malava Constituency

Malava constituency has 7 wards as follows:

  1. West Kabras
  2. Chemuche East
  3. Kabras
  4. Butali/Chegulo
  5. Manda-Shivanga
  6. Shirugu-Mugai
  7. South Kabras




List of Wards in Likuyani Constituency

Likuyani constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Likuyani
  2. Sango
  3. Kongoni
  4. Nzoia
  5. Sinoko

List of Wards in Lugari Constituency

Lugari constituency has 6 wards as follows:
  1. Mautuma
  2. Lugari
  3. Lumakanda
  4. Chekalini
  5. Chevaywa
  6. Lawandeti

Thursday, October 13, 2016

List of Wards in Kesses Constituency

Kesses constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Racecourse
  2. Cheptiret/Kipchamo
  3. Tulwet/Chuiyat
  4. Tarakwa

List of Wards in Kapseret Constituency

Kapseret constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Simat/Kapseret
  2. Kipkenyo
  3. Ngeria
  4. Megun
  5. Langas

List of Wards in Ainabkoi Constituency

Ainabkoi constituency has 3 wards as follows:

  1. Kapsoya
  2. Kaptagat
  3. Ainabkoi/Olare

List of Wards in Moiben Constituency

Moiben constituency has 5 wards as follows:
  1. Tembelio
  2. Sergoit
  3. Karuna/Meibeki
  4. Moiben
  5. Kimumu

List of Wards in Turbo Constituency

Turbo constituency has 6 wards as follows:
  1. Ngenyilel
  2. Tapsagoi
  3. Kamagut
  4. Kiplombe
  5. Kapsaos
  6. Huruma

List of Wards in Soy Constituency

Soy constituency has 7 wards as follows:
  1. Moi’s Bridge
  2. Kapkures
  3. Ziwa
  4. Segero/Barsombe
  5. Kipsom Ba
  6. Soy
  7. Kuinet/Kapsuswa


Wednesday, October 12, 2016

List of Wards in Narok West Constituency

Narok West constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Ilmotiok
  2. Mara
  3. Siana
  4. Naikarra



List of Wards in Narok South Constituency

Narok South constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Majimoto/Naroos
  2. Uraololulung’a
  3. Melelo
  4. Loita
  5. Sogoo
  6. Sagamian

List of Wards in Narok East Constituency

Narok East constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Mosiro
  2. Ildamat
  3. Keekonyokie
  4. Suswa

List of Wards in Narok North Constituency

Narok North constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Olpusimoru
  2. Olokurto
  3. Narok Town
  4. Nkareta’Olorropil
  5. Melili

List of Wards in Emurua Dikirr Constituency

Emurua Dikirr constituency has 4 wards as follows:
  1. Ilkerin
  2. Ololmasani
  3. Mogondo
  4. Kapsasian

List of Wards in Kilgoris Constituency

Kilgoris constituency has 6 wards as follows:
  1. Kilgoris Central
  2. Keyian
  3. Angata Barikoi
  4. Shankoe
  5. Kimintet
  6. Lolgorian

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

List of Insurance Company Paybill Numbers

All insurance companies in Kenya now accept M-Pesa PayBill for premium payments. The following is a list of insurance companies and their corresponding M-Pesa PayBill numbers.




Insurance Company PayBill Number
AAR Insurance Kenya 333201
African Merchant Assurance (AMACO) 545400
AIG Insurance Company (formerly Chartis) 503200
APA Insurance Company 511600
APA Life Assurance Company 
Britam General Insurance 541401
British American Life Insurance  541400
Cannon Assurance Company 501801
Cannon Life Assurance Company  501800
Capex Life Assurance Company  978050
CIC General Insurance 600116
CIC Life Assurance Company  600114
Corporate Insurance Company 942300
Directline Assurance Company  509800
Fidelity Shield Insurance 316700
First Assurance Company  898200
GA Insurance Company  870250
Geminia Insurance Company  553201
Geminia Insurance Company  553200
Heritage Insurance Company  503000
ICEA Lion Life Assurance  974203
Intra-Africa Assurance  861600
Invesco Assurance Company  980100
Jubilee Insurance Company  328102
Jubilee Insurance Company  328100
Kenindia Assurance Company  514600
Kenya Orient Insurance  513200
Kenya Orient Life Assurance  513201
Liberty Life Assurance 
Madison General Insurance Company  600802
Madison Insurance Company  600800
Mayfair Insurance Company 
Metropolitan Insurance  808900
Occidental Insurance 
Old Mutual Life Assurance  600501
Pacis Insurance Company  504700
Pan Africa Insurance (Now Sanlam Life Assurance) 120123
Phoenix Of East Africa 
Pioneer Assurance Company  100500
Prudential Life Assurance 
Resolution Insurance Company  503100
Saham Insurance Company  510200
Saham Life Assurance 
Sanlam General Insurance 543200
Takaful Insurance Of Africa  912900
Takaful Insurance Of Africa 
Tausi Assurance Company 
The Kenyan Alliance Insurance 
The Kenyan Alliance Life
The Monarch Insurance 552200
The Monarch Life Insurance  552201
Trident Insurance Company  985850
UAP Insurance Company  505800
UAP Life Assurance Company 505000
Xplico Insurance Company 976710

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