Synonyms for gatundu or Related words with gatundu

juja              bungoma              othaya              nkoranza              imenti              runyenjes              kajiado              chipinge              kiambu              tonota              kangema              buhera              mwingi              murang              ruiru              mbeere              kitui              kamwangi              kweneng              gatanga              chitipa              ntchisi              githunguri              nwabiagya              nyamira              wajir              aniocha              nkwanta              dedza              vihiga              kipkelion              bomet              bikita              kerugoya              akatsi              nambale              machakos              kalungu              kotido              afigya              kaabong              mudzi              tigania              tongu              marondera              kimilili              akuapim              siaya              kuresoi              kigumo             

Examples of "gatundu"
Mbogoro is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province.Mbogoro is Kiambu County,Gatundu Subcounty( formerly known as Gatundu District). The town is in Gatundu South Constituency and is on the furthest end Constituency where it borders Gatundu North (near Kang'otho). Kahungu River acts as the border between Gatundu North & South constituencies. Its inhabitants are mostly of the AGIKUYU community.
Other constituencies within Kiambu county are; Limuru, Lari, Gatundu North, Gatundu South, Juja, Thika Town, Ruiru Githunguri, Kiambu and Kiambaa.
Gatundu is the administrative headquarters of Gatundu and constituency. It also hosts the Gatundu sub- county offices, under the Government of Kiambu led by William Kabogo as the governor.
Gatundu town is located west of Thika about 29 Kilometers, road distance through Mang'u and north of Kiambu about 44 Kilometers, road distance through Ruiru. It is currently in Kiambu County. Back in 1960s-2007, Gatundu was in Kiambu District which would later be split and Gatundu itself became a District. Gatundu town hosted the district headquarters. Kenyatta Road connects the town to the newly constructed Thika Highway. It is road used to access Nairobi from Gatundu.
Gatundu sub-county has two constituencies: Gatundu North Constituency and Gatundu South Constituency. Gatundu South Constituency is represented by Moses Kuria (MK) as the Member of Parliament after Jossy Ngugi Nyumu died in office in May 2014. Moses Kuria was announced the area MP in August 2014 without a by-election after the only opponent, Kiarie Kamere stepped down.
Gatundu South is an electoral constituency in Kiambu County, Kenya and the seat of the District Officer in Gatundu Town. It is one of five constituencies in Kiambu County. The constituency has four wards, Kiamwangi, Kiganjo, Ndarugo and Ng'enda all of them are within Kiambu County council. The constituency was established before the 1997 General Elections. Previously it was part of the larger Gatundu Constituency which was split into Gatundu South and Gatundu North it is ranked 182 out of 210 Constituencies in Kenya in size and 165 out of 210 in population size.
Gatundu Law Courts are located near the Gatundu District hospital. Modern law courts were built after the old ones once caught fire. The law courts were officially opened in March 2014 by the Kenya's Chief Justice Dr. Willy Mutunga.
The Gatundu people on social media formed a registered group to create oneness and self-reliance among the youth and entire community at large. Qwetu Welfare Association aims at creating employment through development initiatives and charitable projects in Gatundu.
He lost his seat as Gatundu North Member of parliament to Clement Kungu Waibara in 2007.
Gatundu North Constituency is currently represented by Kigo Njenga as the Member of parliament.
Gatundu Level 4 Hospital serves almost all health needs of the people in this region.
Theta Dam is in Gatundu South it's located inside Kinale Forest, its being constructed across Theta River in Gatundu South constituency. The project includes construction of a 17 meter high compacted earth fill dam, Construction of a reinforced concrete spillway and Laying of a 3.5km long 500mm diameter steel pipeline up to the Mundoro forest edge.
Gatundu is a small town in Kiambu County of Kenya. It is known for the first Kenyan president Jomo Kenyatta who lived about three kilometres away from the town, as well as his son, Uhuru Kenyatta, now the 4th President of Kenya and former Member of Parliament representing Gatundu South Constituency.
The town hosts the offices of Kamwangi division and Gatundu North constituency. The DO offices are situated about 2 km away from the town towards Naivasha. Currently, the town is under Gatundu North constituency represented by Hon. Kigo Njenga, who replaced Clement Kung'u Waibara in 2013 general elections.
Gatundu North Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of twelve constituencies in Kiambu County, one of four in the former Thika District. The constituency has four wards, all of them are within Thika County council. The constituency was established for the 1997 elections. Previously it was part of the larger Gatundu Constituency.
Patrick Kariuki Muiruri (born 5 December 1945) served in the Kenyan parliament for 10 years (1997–2007) representing Gatundu North Constituency. He was the first member of the constituency after it was split from the larger Gatundu Constituency. Muiruri also served as an assistant minister of Production & Marketing in the Ministry of Agriculture.
Moses Kuria Is the current member of Parliament for Gatundu South 2013-2017 term. He was elected unopposed to the position after it was announced vacant following death of Hon Jossy Ngugi who was elected to represent the people of Gatundu South on TNA party ticket.
Ituru is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province. It is in Gatundu South constituency, Kiambu County. Proximate town comprises Gatundu (south), Ruiru (south west) and Juja (South east). Other villages neighbouring Ituru includes, Giathi, Gaithece, Gitundu, Itwiku, Muthurumbi, Giathi and Kagumoini.
Kamae forest is a gazetted forest reserve and is home to a number of elephants, which can be seen along the Flyover - Gatundu road.
In the Kenyan general election, 1997, Uhuru Kenyatta contested the Gatundu South Constituency parliamentary seat, once held by his father, but lost to Moses Mwihia, a Nairobi architect.