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Dagoretti is an area in the western part of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. Administratively it is one of eight divisions of Nairobi. The Dagoretti division is divided into six Locations. The electoral Dagoretti Constituency has the same boundaries as Dagoretti division.
Before the general election of 2013, Dagoretti Constituency was divided, with the bulk of the southern parts forming Dagoretti South Constituency, and the rest was combined with part of Westlands Constituency to form Dagoretti North Constituency.
Dagoretti North Constituency Official Website: http://dncdf.co.ke
Dagoretti High School was founded in 1962. The school used to be a colonial detention camp where many MAU MAU detainees were incarcerated. It was popularly known as DITCHEZ. Dagoretti High School was started through the initiative of the first Member of Parliament for Dagoretti Constituency Dr Njoroge Magana Mungai.The first Headmaster of the school was Mr N C Bhatt.
Dagoretti North Constituency is one of 17 electoral constituency of Nairobi County. It was created by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission before the 2013 general election. Most of the area that forms Dagoretti constituency was part of Westlands Constituency.
The Dagoretti railway station is on the main line of the national railway system.
Kawangware () is a slum in Nairobi, Kenya, about 15 km west of the city centre, between Lavington and Dagoretti.
In 2013, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission hived off a portion of Westlands Constituency to form Dagoretti North Constituency.
Dagoretti High School is a high school in the Dagoretti area of Nairobi county, Kenya. It is a Provincial School located 16 Kilometres from the Nairobi City centre along the Nairobi-Kikuyu Road. The School has five streams (as from 2008) E, W, N, S, A. It is a boarding school with a student population of roughly 900.
Dagoretti South Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of seventeen constituencies of Nairobi County. It is located to the west of Nairobi. The entire constituency is located within Nairobi County. The constituency was known as Nairobi West Constituency from 1963 to 1969, and Dagoretti Constituency from 1969 to 2012.
The matatus plying Kikuyu, Dagoretti, and Ngong areas focused on reggae and even today, they preferentially play Roots and Dancehall reggae. The liking for reggae spread to Kabete and Thika Matatus. It is worth noting that these matatu routes serve areas dominated by the Kikuyu ethnic group and its historic desire for emancipation from colonialism and oppression by the KANU government. Dagoretti is on the outskirts of Nairobi and has the social environment in which reggae music can flourish- a contradicting mix of poverty, wealth and rich ethnic history. The reggae bands "Chaka Lion" and "Survivors" are based in Dagoretti.
Kaggia was born in 1921, at Dagoretti, now part of Nairobi, where his father had moved from his home district of Muranga District.
VIDES Kenya operates under the Salesian Sisters of Daughters of Mary Help of Christians of Dagoretti to enhance development and education of the young internationally.
Owing to the infestation of Kibwezi by Malaria and the subsequent loss of life of Missionaries, Mr. Thomas Watson visited Dagoretti in 1894 to explore possibilities of transferring the mission station. In 1898 the missionaries moved from Kibwezi to Dagoretti where they constituted themselves as the "Church of Scotland Mission" (CMS). In 1900 Watson died of pneumonia at Kikuyu. Other notable CSM missionaries of this period include Revd Dr John Arthur, who worked with the Alliance of Protestant Missions.
Oliech started playing football for Dagoretti Santos in his earlier years, then Mathare United. While in his youth career, Oliech went on trial with Ligue 1 side Marseille, but Mathare United chairman Bob Munro blocked the move from happening.
The race is now between two factions of Jubilee Party, Team Nairobi and Team PK. Team Nairobi comprises of Sakaja, Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko, Dagoretti South MP Dennis Waweru and former Starehe MP Bishop Wanjiru.
Prior to the launching of the series, 179 episodes were already published. Filming took place in Dagoretti in Western Nairobi. The show was officially launched on 21 August 2013 in Nairobi.
Beth Wambui Mugo (born 11 July 1959 in Kiambu district) is a Kenyan politician. She belongs to Party of National Unity and was elected to represent the Dagoretti Constituency in the National Assembly of Kenya in the 2007 parliamentary election.
Kilimani is a neighborhood in the city of Nairobi, the capital and largest city of Kenya. The name also applies to an electoral ward of Nairobi County in Dagoretti North Constituency, which is larger than the neighborhood.