Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Lip Plates and other Body Accessories of the Mursi People

The Mursi (or Mun as they refer to themselves) are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia. They principally reside in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, close to the border with South Sudan and about 100 kilometers north of the Kenyan border.

The Mursi undergo various rites of passage, educational or disciplinary processes. Lip plates are a well-known aspect of the Mursi and Surma, who are probably the last groups in Africa amongst whom it is still the norm for women to wear large pottery, wooden discs, or ‘plates,’ in their lower lips. Girls' lips are pierced at the age of 15 or 16.



Occasionally lip plates are worn to a dance by unmarried women, and increasingly they are worn to attract tourists in order to earn some extra money.


Accessories aren't limited to lip plates but other various forms of head gear such as the one below are also popular.


Source
Wikipedia

Monday, July 24, 2017

Kenya Pre-Election Advisory

Anytime there are elections in Kenya, it is prudent to plan for the worst and hope for the best. The following are a few precautions you should take.


Election Precautions for Individuals


  • Avoid areas where there are gatherings, protests, and demonstrations.
  • Monitor media and local information sources for up to date information.
  • If you are intending to relocate during the election period, make sure you tell someone where you are going and advise them when you have arrived.
  • It is likely that bus and matatu routes may be disrupted or closed down for the duration. So, if you are planning to go away make sure there is available transport to do so.
  • For car owners, a complete service should be done before Election Day. A full tool kit should be included plus a serviceable spare tyre, a tow rope and emergency kit. Ensure cars are filled with fuel and, if you can store it safely, a jerry can of fuel for emergencies.
  • Make sure you have a fully stocked first aid kit and a sufficient quantity of any prescription drugs.
  • Don’t forget to keep an adequate supply of drinking water.
  • A full gas cylinder and where possible a spare one should be kept handy. Remember also that your domestic staff may need charcoal or kerosene to cook by and it would be helpful for you to have a small stock of food for them too.
  • Ensure domestic alarms systems are tested and serviced.
  • Have a serviceable fire extinguisher at hand.
  • Store dry food stuff (powdered or UHL milk, for instance) as opposed to fresh as electricity supplies may be disrupted and refrigeration may not be available.
  • If you use prepay ‘phones, you should purchase spare scratch cards in advance and invest in solar battery chargers – don’t forget your domestic staff! 
  • If you have a generator, ensure it is serviced and fuelled.
  • Finally, scan the following and store either in an e-mail or flash disk:
    • Passport / ID documents.
    • Insurance policies.
    • Family records (marriage, birth certificates etc).
    • Land Title deeds.
    • Bank and credit cards.
    • Driver’s license.


Election Precautions for Businesses


  • Have a basic emergency plan for all employees. Ensure the guard company understands its role in this.
  • Check that critical data is backed up at a remote and secure location.
  • Ensure logistics are set and in place.
  • Identify alternative suppliers for essential goods.
  • Check that all fire fighting equipment is serviceable and readily accessible.
  • Have power back up systems in place. 
  • Ensure both business alarms systems are tested and serviced.

Also, see Kenya Emergency Contacts.

Kenya Emergency Contacts

If you are in a problem and require assistance while in Kenya, the following are the emergency contacts for various services.

NATIONAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT CONTACTS:

020 2188348 / 022187945
0202187968/020 2188111

POLICE EMERGENCY SERVICE CONTACTS

999 / 112

NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE CONTACTS:

0202724201/342305/ 310225


DIPLOMATIC POLICE SERVICE CONTACTS:

0708589522 / 0731170666

NAIROBI COUNTY FIRE SERVICE CONTACTS:

020 2222181/3

ICT FIRE & RESCUE CONTACTS:

0722337778/ 020 2022694

KENYA POWER AUTO SWITCH BOARD:

0732170170

Friday, July 21, 2017

Brew Tea Longer to Reduce the Risk of Cancer and Dementia

Tea is, without a doubt, the most consumed beverage in Kenya. But, according to Dr. Stuart Farrimond, a UK food scientist, tea must be brewed for exactly five minutes to make it healthier and more delicious.

Tea is a source of polyphenols, which research has shown reduce the risk of cancer and dementia. The levels of caffeine and antioxidant levels increase the longer you brew your tea. So, once you add the tea leaves it is best to turn down the heat and let the tea simmer for five minutes before serving. If you are using tea bags, let the tea bag steep in the cup for at least five minutes before you drink the tea.

You should also avoid drinking tea from styrofoam cups, the kind used in drink dispensers which are a common feature in most offices in Kenya. Styrofoam cups absorb flavor molecules and reduce the benefits associated with drinking tea.

It is also best to use soft water to make tea as opposed to hard water. The calcium in hard water reacts with the tea flavor compounds reducing the benefits and tastiness.

According to several studies, tea brewed for only 30 seconds only contained 35 milligrams of caffeine, compared to a mug brewed for five minutes that contained 50 milligrams. Tea brewed longer also contains double the number of antioxidants.

Interestingly, there is also research that shows that tea from a red or pink mug tastes sweeter than tea drunk from a white or blue mug... it's a psychological issue!



Kenya Tea Facts


  • According to the Tea Board of Kenya, Tea consumption in Kenya 2016 was 29.75 Million Kgs 
  • Kenya tea is free of pests and/or diseases because it is produced without the use of agrochemicals. 
  • There are over 50 varieties of Kenyan tea. Each new variety developed enhances the health attributes attributed to tea. 
  • Only the best top two leaves and a bud are used in production. 

Source
Series 3 of Inside the Factory starts on BBC Two


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

The 7 Best Freelance Sites to Find Work

There are already hundreds of Kenyans working online. Conservative estimates that at least 100,000 Kenyans are working online either part-time or full-time. According to Ajira Digital, there are least 40,000 Kenyans registered on one of the largest freelance sites in the world, Upwork.

The following is a breakdown of seven of the best freelance sites to find work. We have included information on their terms to help you make an informed choice.

Site Jobs Available Terms
Upwork All types. Programmers, designers, writers, data entry, virtual assistants, accountants etc 20% of your earnings initially. This reduces as you gain experience.
Guru All types. Programmers, designers, writers, data entry, virtual assistants, accountants etc Fees start at 8.95% of your earnings for a free account and reduces to up to 4.95% if you buy a membership plan. Membership plans start at $10 per month.
Freelancer All types. Programmers, designers, writers, data entry, virtual assistants, accountants etc 10% or $5.00 USD (whichever is higher) fee for fixed price contracts. Service fese for hourly jobs is 10% of the total project cost.
Fiverr All types. Programmers, designers, writers, data entry, virtual assistants, accountants etc

99Designs As the name suggests, this one is exclusively for designers. Freelance designers compete in contests. The client chooses the design that they like the best. No fees
Toptal Toptal is an exclusive network of the top freelance software developers, designers, and finance experts.

PeoplePerHour All types. Programmers, designers, writers, data entry, virtual assistants, accountants etc 5% (excl. VAT) on all work billed (earnings), above the first £375 | €520 | $560 USD earned in the month which has a 15% (excl. VAT) Service Fee.

Corporate Income Tax Rates

The following are the corporate income tax rates in Kenya as at July 2017:

Type Tax Rate
Resident company 30%
Non-resident company (branches) 37.5%
Person with gross business income whose turnover does not exceed 3%
Kshs 5 million pa. (from 1 January 2008)
3%
Newly listed company (NLC) 27%, 25% & 20%*
Export Processing Zone enterprises:
  • First ten years
  • Next ten years
N/A
25%
Special Economic Zones Enterprise, Developer and operator:


  • First ten years
  • Subsequent ten years
10%
15%
Tax on residential rental income (income below KShs144,000 per year) NIL
Residential rental income tax (income above KShs 144,000 pa but not exceeding Kshs. 10 million per year) 1O % of the gross rental income**
Tax on residential rental income (income above Kshs.10 million pa.) Normal taxation rates (individual rates or corporate rate for companies)
Company that has constructed at least 400 affordable approved housing units in a year 15%


*The 27% rate applies where at least 20% of the issued share capital listed for NLC listed after 1st January 2002 for 3 years following the year of listing; 25% (at least 30% issued share capital listed) for those listed after 1 January 2003 for five years following the year of listing; and 20% (at least 40% issued share capital listed) for those listed after 1st January 2006 for five years, following the year of listing.

*25% for SMEs that introduce their shares at the stock exchange.

** A taxpayer may elect to the Commissioner to opt out of the residential rental income tax rate of 10% on gross rental receipts, Where the taxpayer opts out of the residential rental income tax, normal rates of taxation will apply. That is, 30% of the taxable profits if the taxpayer is a body corporate or tax at the individual rates of tax if the taxpayer is an individual.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

List of Tax Free Employment Benefits

The following are the tax-free employment benefits in Kenya as at July 2017:


  1. Medical services or medical cover provided by an employer for a full-time employee or his beneficiaries, and whole time service director. In the case of a non-whole time service director, or a sole proprietor or partner the value of the non-taxable medical benefit is up to a maximum of KShs1 million per annum.
  2. Income of up to KShs 200,000 for disabled persons to cushion them against expenses such as drugs, purchases of devices and home care services and treatment. The validity of period of Income tax exemption for persons with disabilities has been extended from three years to five years.
  3. Employer’s contribution to a pension or provident fund. However, employees of organizations not chargeable to tax are taxable on contributions the employer makes to an unregistered fund or on the excess contribution to a registered fund.
  4. Educational fees of an employee’s dependents or relatives if taxed on the employer.
  5. International passage costs paid by an employer for a non—citizen employee recruited outside Kenya.
  6. Premiums paid by employers in respect of group life policy cover that does not confer a benefit to the employee or the employee’s dependents.
  7. Benefits in kind valued at less than KShs 36,000 per annum.
  8. Meals served in canteens and cafeterias operated or established by an employer or by a third party who is a registered taxpayer either at employer’s premises or the third party’s premises where the value of the meals does not exceed Kshs 48,000 per year per employee.
  9. Payment of up to KShs 240,000 per annum into a registered pension scheme in respect of gratuity or similar payments for services rendered to an employer.

Friday, July 14, 2017

How To Accept #mVisa

mVisa is a new mobile payment service by Visa in partnership with leading Kenyan banks. vVisa eliminates barriers like transaction costs, gives customers a convenient, secure and affordable experience.

Advantages of Accepting mVisa

As a merchant, there are several advantages of giving your customers the mVisa payment option, these include:

  1. Increased sales opportunities - Receive payments from anyone, they don't need to operate banks accounts in the same bank as you do.
  2. Payment direct to your bank account - Get payments made straight into your bank account. You don't need to buy any expensive point-of-sales (POS) machines.
  3. Simple cash flow management - Get SMS notifications once a payment is credited to your account.
  4. Security, dependability and global acceptance - Enjoy the security and dependability of Visa’s global network and payments expertise. 



Getting Started with mVisa

If you are interested in accepting mVisa, here's how.

  1. Register with your bank and link your bank account.
  2. Download the mVisa application on your smartphone.
  3. Display the mVisa signage at your business establishment together with the QR code.
  4. Accept payments

Source
Visa Kenya

How To Register and Use #mVisa

On 13th July 2017, Visa in Kenya announced free mobile money transfer through mVisa. mVisa is a simple, secure and cost-free way to make mobile payments.



Key Highlights of mVisa


  1. You access money from your bank account on your mobile phone.
  2. Payments come directly from your bank account and are secured by your bank and Visa Card.
  3. There are no transaction costs when making an mVisa payment.
  4. The concept has been made possible through Visa's alliance with partner banks in Kenya.
  5. Merchants do not have to invest in expensive point of sale (POS) infrastructure as mVisa gives them the freedom to accept bank to bank payments.
  6. You no longer need to wait for your cash to move to mobile money then wait to read the paybill number to sort out your bills.



Registering on mVisa


  1. Register for mobile banking with your bank. Your bank must be a partner bank. 
  2. Download your bank's mobile banking app or upgrade your existing mobile banking app.
  3. Open the app or access your bank's USSD platform and select mVisa.
  4. Set an mPIN, if required.
  5. Select your desired Visa card and link it


Using mVisa


  1. Open your mobile banking app.
  2. Select mVisa.
  3. Scan the merchant QR code
  4. Enter amount if required. Or, in case you are paying a bill, the amount you owe may automatically appear.
  5. Confirm payment.
  6. Receive payment confirmation
  7. For USSD, simply access your bank's USSD platform, enter merchant ID, amount and make payment.
Source
Visa Kenya

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Find Out How Your County Spent Funds #DevolutionData

Do you want to know how much devolution funds your county has received and how they have spent it? Well, this is now possible.

On July 12th 2017, The Commission on Revenue Allocation launched an integrated devolution data portal, a one-stop shop where stakeholders and the public can access data and information on devolution and fiscal decentralization. The web portal will serve as a central information repository and analytics platform on devolution.

The portal will also provide information on key legislation enacted by county governments, public participation forums in addition to fees, taxes and charges for various services offered by county governments.



It contains information data from the counties. The initial phase contains information from five pilot counties, namely; Migori, Nairobi, Nyeri, Kwale, and Wajir. The second phase will encompass data from all the other 42 counties. The data will also integrate with national government data sources.

The chief guest during the launch was the ICT Cabinet Secretary, Joe Mucheru. Mr Mucheru remarked that the portal was vital in assisting counties to handle governance and accountability issues.

The portal is widely seen as a response to the recent public spats between the national government and counties regarding how much funds counties had received.

The portal can be accessed at this link

Friday, July 7, 2017

How to Win a Renault Kwid Before July 9th on Jumia

Jumia, the largest e-commerce website in Kenya, is currently celebrating their 5th year anniversary. As part of the celebrations, they are offering amazing deals...up to 80% discounts on over 70,000 items.

Customers also stand a chance to win a Renault Kwid. The promotion ends on July 9th, 2017.


How to Win a Renault Kwid


  1. Shop on the Jumia website between 3rd and 9th July 2017.
  2. Share your #NikoMbeleNaJumia story on social media with your order number.
  3. Get shares and likes from your friends.
  4. The top 5 posts with the most engagement will be shortlisted.
  5. The award ceremony is scheduled for 20th July.



Jumia’s Anniversary Sale, 80% off!!! Ends 9th July!!!

Jumia, the largest e-commerce website in Kenya, recently launched a number of crazy deals to celebrate their 5th anniversary. The company is offering customers discounts of up to 80% on over 70,000 products. They are also offering free delivery in Nairobi and Mombasa and 50% off on delivery fees outside Nairobi. The offers end on July 9th.

Amongst some of the amazing deals include:

Unga at Kes 45/= which has since been sold out!

50% discount on PAMPERS Pants Diapers, Size 4, Jumbo Pack (Count 56). Now going for 875/= !!!



28% discount on HISENSE HE32M2161- 32" - HD - Digital LED TV - Black. Now going for 19,999/= !!!

31% discount on MIKA MRDCD75WHT - Double Door Refrigerator - 7.5Cu.Ft - 138 Litres - White. Now going for 19,199/= !!!



31% Discount on ILIFE Zed Air Pro - 12.5" - Intel Quad Core 1.8 Ghz - 32GB SSD - 2GB RAM - Windows 10. Now going for 14, 999/=!!!



24% discount on TRANSCEND StoreJet 25M3 - External Hard Drive - USB 3.0 - 1TB - Black. Now going for 5,999/=!!!


33% discount on Sandisk Memory Card - Micro classic SD - 16GB - Black. Now going for 599/= !!!


30% discount on PACO RABANNE One Million For Men EDT Cologne. Now going for 7,455/= !!!


For more amazing deals, visit Jumia.







Thursday, July 6, 2017

List of Registered Voters Per Constituency 2017


COUNTY_CODE COUNTY_NAME CONSTITUENCY_NAME VOTERS NO. OF POLLING STATIONS
001 MOMBASA CHANGAMWE 86,331 136
001 MOMBASA JOMVU 69,307 109
001 MOMBASA KISAUNI 126,151 198
001 MOMBASA NYALI 104,017 165
001 MOMBASA LIKONI 87,326 140
001 MOMBASA MVITA 107,091 186
002 KWALE MSAMBWENI 68,621 129
002 KWALE LUNGALUNGA 56,948 118
002 KWALE MATUGA 70,366 153
002 KWALE KINANGO 85,106 212
003 KILIFI KILIFI NORTH 101,978 182
003 KILIFI KILIFI SOUTH 84,865 147
003 KILIFI KALOLENI 60,470 123
003 KILIFI RABAI 50,332 93
003 KILIFI GANZE 54,760 132
003 KILIFI MALINDI 87,210 154
003 KILIFI MAGARINI 68,453 157
004 TANA RIVER GARSEN 46,819 113
004 TANA RIVER GALOLE 33,356 93
004 TANA RIVER BURA 38,152 101
005 LAMU LAMU EAST 18,234 45
005 LAMU LAMU WEST 51,542 122
006 TAITA TAVETA TAVETA 34,302 79
006 TAITA TAVETA WUNDANYI 29,911 69
006 TAITA TAVETA MWATATE 39,031 96
006 TAITA TAVETA VOI 52,472 110
007 GARISSA GARISSA TOWNSHIP 54,291 97
007 GARISSA BALAMBALA 20,145 53
007 GARISSA LAGDERA 20,547 46
007 GARISSA DADAAB 25,762 56
007 GARISSA FAFI 19,883 61
007 GARISSA IJARA 22,722 68
008 WAJIR WAJIR NORTH 24,550 76
008 WAJIR WAJIR EAST 26,964 65
008 WAJIR TARBAJ 19,699 50
008 WAJIR WAJIR WEST 27,544 75
008 WAJIR ELDAS 18,676 49
008 WAJIR WAJIR SOUTH 45,469 119
009 MANDERA MANDERA WEST 26,816 58
009 MANDERA BANISSA 18,476 53
009 MANDERA MANDERA NORTH 51,231 99
009 MANDERA MANDERA SOUTH 25,833 71
009 MANDERA MANDERA EAST 38,965 84
009 MANDERA LAFEY 14,321 36
010 MARSABIT MOYALE 55,664 136
010 MARSABIT NORTH HORR 30,858 101
010 MARSABIT SAKU 27,082 68
010 MARSABIT LAISAMIS 28,104 79
011 ISIOLO ISIOLO NORTH 56,253 140
011 ISIOLO ISIOLO SOUTH 19,085 55
012 MERU IGEMBE SOUTH 68,166 144
012 MERU IGEMBE CENTRAL 83,912 181
012 MERU IGEMBE NORTH 67,350 151
012 MERU TIGANIA WEST 64,114 131
012 MERU TIGANIA EAST 75,920 163
012 MERU NORTH IMENTI 89,447 177
012 MERU BUURI 76,033 160
012 MERU CENTRAL IMENTI 70,124 150
012 MERU SOUTH IMENTI 107,414 216
013 THARAKA - NITHI MAARA 68,729 182
013 THARAKA - NITHI CHUKA/IGAMBANG'OMBE 76,486 225
013 THARAKA - NITHI THARAKA 67,939 218
014 EMBU MANYATTA 99,339 226
014 EMBU RUNYENJES 86,977 185
014 EMBU MBEERE SOUTH 72,143 177
014 EMBU MBEERE NORTH 51,009 122
015 KITUI MWINGI NORTH 61,491 223
015 KITUI MWINGI WEST 51,849 156
015 KITUI MWINGI CENTRAL 63,305 194
015 KITUI KITUI WEST 52,042 143
015 KITUI KITUI RURAL 49,614 147
015 KITUI KITUI CENTRAL 70,736 183
015 KITUI KITUI EAST 57,290 174
015 KITUI KITUI SOUTH 68,185 234
016 MACHAKOS MASINGA 61,989 170
016 MACHAKOS YATTA 73,940 169
016 MACHAKOS KANGUNDO 53,475 120
016 MACHAKOS MATUNGULU 66,611 145
016 MACHAKOS KATHIANI 54,909 113
016 MACHAKOS MAVOKO 118,180 189
016 MACHAKOS MACHAKOS TOWN 109,877 213
016 MACHAKOS MWALA 81,273 213
017 MAKUENI MBOONI 85,876 238
017 MAKUENI KILOME 50,232 108
017 MAKUENI KAITI 57,952 144
017 MAKUENI MAKUENI 90,817 225
017 MAKUENI KIBWEZI WEST 80,805 194
017 MAKUENI KIBWEZI EAST 57,628 151
018 NYANDARUA KINANGOP 109,241 206
018 NYANDARUA KIPIPIRI 50,416 107
018 NYANDARUA OL KALOU 68,376 126
018 NYANDARUA OL JOROK 54,770 102
018 NYANDARUA NDARAGWA 52,831 113
019 NYERI TETU 51,716 108
019 NYERI KIENI 109,001 227
019 NYERI MATHIRA 99,496 190
019 NYERI OTHAYA 58,566 129
019 NYERI MUKURWEINI 55,310 111
019 NYERI NYERI TOWN 82,860 152
020 KIRINYAGA MWEA 122,380 222
020 KIRINYAGA GICHUGU 85,352 168
020 KIRINYAGA NDIA 66,083 129
020 KIRINYAGA KIRINYAGA CENTRAL 76,021 140
021 MURANG'A KANGEMA 48,730 91
021 MURANG'A MATHIOYA 54,940 110
021 MURANG'A KIHARU 114,260 212
021 MURANG'A KIGUMO 78,481 150
021 MURANG'A MARAGWA 96,078 182
021 MURANG'A KANDARA 98,633 189
021 MURANG'A GATANGA 96,004 197
022 KIAMBU GATUNDU SOUTH 75,858 140
022 KIAMBU GATUNDU NORTH 67,598 126
022 KIAMBU JUJA 114,761 184
022 KIAMBU THIKA TOWN 147,323 230
022 KIAMBU RUIRU 159,337 240
022 KIAMBU GITHUNGURI 99,384 174
022 KIAMBU KIAMBU 80,730 132
022 KIAMBU KIAMBAA 95,413 154
022 KIAMBU KABETE 85,446 139
022 KIAMBU KIKUYU 91,157 149
022 KIAMBU LIMURU 87,258 153
022 KIAMBU LARI 76,655 142
023 TURKANA TURKANA NORTH 34,008 117
023 TURKANA TURKANA WEST 31,416 100
023 TURKANA TURKANA CENTRAL 47,866 140
023 TURKANA LOIMA 29,103 109
023 TURKANA TURKANA SOUTH 33,422 107
023 TURKANA TURKANA EAST 15,620 71
024 WEST POKOT KAPENGURIA 55,601 194
024 WEST POKOT SIGOR 33,929 126
024 WEST POKOT KACHELIBA 42,632 187
024 WEST POKOT POKOT SOUTH 48,070 205
025 SAMBURU SAMBURU WEST 36,103 101
025 SAMBURU SAMBURU NORTH 24,588 90
025 SAMBURU SAMBURU EAST 22,096 93
026 TRANS NZOIA KWANZA 65,643 124
026 TRANS NZOIA ENDEBESS 43,189 86
026 TRANS NZOIA SABOTI 76,802 135
026 TRANS NZOIA KIMININI 77,482 137
026 TRANS NZOIA CHERANGANY 76,506 157
027 UASIN GISHU SOY 81,867 159
027 UASIN GISHU TURBO 110,851 193
027 UASIN GISHU MOIBEN 68,822 145
027 UASIN GISHU AINABKOI 54,797 113
027 UASIN GISHU KAPSERET 66,582 119
027 UASIN GISHU KESSES 67,136 139
028 ELGEYO/MARAKWET MARAKWET EAST 36,428 142
028 ELGEYO/MARAKWET MARAKWET WEST 48,819 135
028 ELGEYO/MARAKWET KEIYO NORTH 41,367 103
028 ELGEYO/MARAKWET KEIYO SOUTH 54,050 149
029 NANDI TINDERET 43,971 110
029 NANDI ALDAI 65,866 170
029 NANDI NANDI HILLS 51,393 121
029 NANDI CHESUMEI 62,299 132
029 NANDI EMGWEN 58,552 120
029 NANDI MOSOP 63,926 143
030 BARINGO TIATY 28,916 143
030 BARINGO BARINGO NORTH 42,774 173
030 BARINGO BARINGO CENTRAL 38,388 135
030 BARINGO BARINGO SOUTH 35,162 132
030 BARINGO MOGOTIO 32,276 155
030 BARINGO ELDAMA RAVINE 54,742 154
031 LAIKIPIA LAIKIPIA WEST 110,930 226
031 LAIKIPIA LAIKIPIA EAST 88,886 177
031 LAIKIPIA LAIKIPIA NORTH 46,671 128
032 NAKURU MOLO 70,992 135
032 NAKURU NJORO 104,687 191
032 NAKURU NAIVASHA 145,049 256
032 NAKURU GILGIL 85,340 162
032 NAKURU KURESOI SOUTH 55,661 115
032 NAKURU KURESOI NORTH 61,344 122
032 NAKURU SUBUKIA 51,582 130
032 NAKURU RONGAI 77,162 182
032 NAKURU BAHATI 87,508 169
032 NAKURU NAKURU TOWN WEST 97,549 159
032 NAKURU NAKURU TOWN EAST 112,744 185
033 NAROK KILGORIS 67,079 165
033 NAROK EMURUA DIKIRR 35,531 75
033 NAROK NAROK NORTH 78,380 162
033 NAROK NAROK EAST 39,559 84
033 NAROK NAROK SOUTH 65,772 143
033 NAROK NAROK WEST 55,409 121
034 KAJIADO KAJIADO NORTH 127,953 201
034 KAJIADO KAJIADO CENTRAL 56,434 125
034 KAJIADO KAJIADO EAST 102,804 184
034 KAJIADO KAJIADO WEST 64,026 148
034 KAJIADO KAJIADO SOUTH 59,976 139
035 KERICHO KIPKELION EAST 56,486 119
035 KERICHO KIPKELION WEST 46,512 106
035 KERICHO AINAMOI 75,521 149
035 KERICHO BURETI 82,417 177
035 KERICHO BELGUT 67,599 127
035 KERICHO SIGOWET/SOIN 47,133 102
036 BOMET SOTIK 73,314 171
036 BOMET CHEPALUNGU 68,544 160
036 BOMET BOMET EAST 52,862 115
036 BOMET BOMET CENTRAL 60,115 126
036 BOMET KONOIN 67,177 156
037 KAKAMEGA LUGARI 77,001 159
037 KAKAMEGA LIKUYANI 63,311 120
037 KAKAMEGA MALAVA 82,136 160
037 KAKAMEGA LURAMBI 80,037 166
037 KAKAMEGA NAVAKHOLO 53,620 118
037 KAKAMEGA MUMIAS WEST 47,492 92
037 KAKAMEGA MUMIAS EAST 45,380 91
037 KAKAMEGA MATUNGU 61,728 115
037 KAKAMEGA BUTERE 62,956 124
037 KAKAMEGA KHWISERO 48,920 105
037 KAKAMEGA SHINYALU 71,256 144
037 KAKAMEGA IKOLOMANI 49,899 103
038 VIHIGA VIHIGA 45,309 86
038 VIHIGA SABATIA 63,035 128
038 VIHIGA HAMISI 73,357 148
038 VIHIGA LUANDA 49,214 99
038 VIHIGA EMUHAYA 41,494 87
039 BUNGOMA MT. ELGON 66,220 152
039 BUNGOMA SIRISIA 40,940 99
039 BUNGOMA KABUCHAI 57,476 123
039 BUNGOMA BUMULA 70,683 148
039 BUNGOMA KANDUYI 105,565 204
039 BUNGOMA WEBUYE EAST 42,263 93
039 BUNGOMA WEBUYE WEST 50,466 96
039 BUNGOMA KIMILILI 52,268 107
039 BUNGOMA TONGAREN 73,969 164
040 BUSIA TESO NORTH 49,833 118
040 BUSIA TESO SOUTH 61,342 136
040 BUSIA NAMBALE 42,259 86
040 BUSIA MATAYOS 56,841 117
040 BUSIA BUTULA 57,685 120
040 BUSIA FUNYULA 44,671 99
040 BUSIA BUDALANGI 38,417 84
041 SIAYA UGENYA 57,603 112
041 SIAYA UGUNJA 50,487 102
041 SIAYA ALEGO USONGA 103,334 206
041 SIAYA GEM 80,472 168
041 SIAYA BONDO 90,278 177
041 SIAYA RARIEDA 75,779 151
042 KISUMU KISUMU EAST 81,538 141
042 KISUMU KISUMU WEST 74,439 142
042 KISUMU KISUMU CENTRAL 120,023 196
042 KISUMU SEME 53,555 111
042 KISUMU NYANDO 71,680 148
042 KISUMU MUHORONI 69,091 142
042 KISUMU NYAKACH 68,884 147
043 HOMA BAY KASIPUL 57,344 113
043 HOMA BAY KABONDO KASIPUL 49,432 105
043 HOMA BAY KARACHUONYO 84,004 184
043 HOMA BAY RANGWE 52,516 118
043 HOMA BAY HOMA BAY TOWN 50,570 105
043 HOMA BAY NDHIWA 85,056 185
043 HOMA BAY SUBA NORTH 51,454 139
043 HOMA BAY SUBA SOUTH 46,499 113
044 MIGORI RONGO 48,412 97
044 MIGORI AWENDO 48,293 101
044 MIGORI SUNA EAST 46,534 95
044 MIGORI SUNA WEST 46,030 88
044 MIGORI URIRI 51,676 110
044 MIGORI NYATIKE 61,477 138
044 MIGORI KURIA WEST 51,057 117
044 MIGORI KURIA EAST 35,154 80
045 KISII BONCHARI 52,624 102
045 KISII SOUTH MUGIRANGO 67,345 144
045 KISII BOMACHOGE BORABU 49,081 105
045 KISII BOBASI 89,310 184
045 KISII BOMACHOGE CHACHE 41,745 89
045 KISII NYARIBARI MASABA 59,064 132
045 KISII NYARIBARI CHACHE 77,729 149
045 KISII KITUTU CHACHE NORTH 50,665 106
045 KISII KITUTU CHACHE SOUTH 59,017 115
046 NYAMIRA KITUTU MASABA 93,246 187
046 NYAMIRA WEST MUGIRANGO 76,392 147
046 NYAMIRA NORTH MUGIRANGO 54,306 111
046 NYAMIRA BORABU 54,909 108
047 NAIROBI CITY WESTLANDS 152,718 230
047 NAIROBI CITY DAGORETTI NORTH 147,214 220
047 NAIROBI CITY DAGORETTI SOUTH 107,239 168
047 NAIROBI CITY LANGATA 132,572 200
047 NAIROBI CITY KIBRA 118,276 180
047 NAIROBI CITY ROYSAMBU 147,582 221
047 NAIROBI CITY KASARANI 146,701 222
047 NAIROBI CITY RUARAKA 116,301 175
047 NAIROBI CITY EMBAKASI SOUTH 150,314 221
047 NAIROBI CITY EMBAKASI NORTH 104,253 157
047 NAIROBI CITY EMBAKASI CENTRAL 131,991 193
047 NAIROBI CITY EMBAKASI EAST 140,740 207
047 NAIROBI CITY EMBAKASI WEST 126,682 187
047 NAIROBI CITY MAKADARA 126,048 192
047 NAIROBI CITY KAMUKUNJI 120,266 181
047 NAIROBI CITY STAREHE 166,397 253
047 NAIROBI CITY MATHARE 115,559 171
048 DIASPORA DIASPORA 4,393 10
049 PRISONS PRISONS 5,528 103



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Source
IEBC Reports