Synonyms for nyando or Related words with nyando

nyamira              migori              vihiga              bungoma              siaya              makueni              mwingi              londiani              machakos              muranga              kangundo              ruiru              narok              mandera              kaloleni              kwale              githunguri              othaya              murang              makadara              mutomo              kigumo              elgeyo              kimilili              kajiado              nyandarua              kirinyaga              runyenjes              kitui              nyeri              laikipia              nyakach              adjumani              mjini              kisii              kitale              amuria              pujehun              magharibi              atwima              maragua              mbinga              kathiani              pallisa              butere              njoro              kiambu              koboko              kabondo              mbooni             



Examples of "nyando"
Nyando district was a former district in Kenya which broke away from Kisumu District in Nyanza Province in 1998. Nyando district bordered the Rift Valley Province. The district is named after the Nyando River.
The constituency was established for the 1988 elections, when it was split from the Nyando Constituency. It was one of three constituencies of the former Nyando District.
The constituency was established for the 1966 elections, when it was split from the Nyando Constituency. It was one of three constituencies of the former Nyando District.
The constituency was established for the 1963 elections, but for the next election (1966) the Nyakach Constituency was split out of it. In 1987 Muhoroni Constituency was split from Nyando, while parts of the disestablished Winam Constituency was incorporated into Nyando. It was one of three constituencies of the former Nyando District.
Nyando is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of seven constituencies of Kisumu County.
Rooseveltown was the site of a station on the New York and Ottawa Railway, and was originally known as Nyando (NY and O).
The fifth unit; the Nyando escarpment is a manifestation of extremely rugged ground containing granite and volcanic rocks. The Equator runs alongside the scarp line in the area.
Nyakach is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of seven constituencies of Kisumu County. The constituency has nine wards, all electing councillors for the Nyando County Council.
Frederick Outa Otieno is a Kenyan politician. He belongs to the Orange Democratic Movement and was elected to represent the Nyando Constituency in the National Assembly of Kenya since the Kenyan parliamentary election, 2007.
Kibigori is a small town in Kisumu County, Kenya. It is located 20 kilometres east of Kisumu. It is part of the Chemelil ward of Muhoroni Constituency and Nyando County Council. Elevation 1242m.
Awasi is a settlement in Kisumu County, Kenya. It is a small center that has grown to become the headquarters of Nyando Sub-county in Kisumu County. The town is also commonly known by the name "Ladhri" a luo word meaning someone who always lacks and would rather depend on "Ladhruok" or begging for help and looking on others for help.
Bishop John Oballa Owaa had been the Rector and Professor of St. Thomas Aquinas National Major in Nairobi, Kenya. John Oballa Owaa was born on 28 August 1958 at Ahero, Nyando District, Kenya. He was incardinated and Ordained a priest of Kisumu (Arch-Diocese), Kenya on 28 August 1986 (on his 28th birthday ).
Ahero is located 20 kilometres east of the county capital, Kisumu. Two major roads meet at Ahero, the B3 road from Nakuru To Kisumu and A1 road from Tanzanian border. The Nyando River flows through central Ahero and helps irrigate its many rice fields.
"Eretmapodites" species have been demonstrated to be laboratory vectors of yellow fever and chikungunya. Viruses isolated from wild-caught "Eretmapodites" include Rift Valley fever, Semliki forest, Spondweni, Nyando, Okola, Middleburg, Nkolbisson, and Bunyamwera viruses and an undefined viral agent, MTMP 131.
The physiographic outlook of Nandi County is composed of five units with typical topography namely: "the rolling hills" to the West of the County, "the Kapsabet plateau" (part of Uasin Gishu plateau), "the wooded highlands" and "foothills" of Tinderet Volcanic mass in the South East, the Kingwal swamp in the centre (Baraton-Chepterit) and the dissected Nyando Escarpment at the Southern border (Nandi South Sub-County).
Lake Victoria receives 80 percent of its water from direct rainfall. Average evaporation on the lake is between per year, almost double the precipitation of riparian areas. In the Kenya sector, the main influent rivers are the Sio, Nzoia, Yala, Nyando, Sondu Miriu, Mogusi, and Migori. Combined, these rivers contribute far more water to the lake than does the largest single river entering the lake from the west, the Kagera River.
On 14 July 2012, he launched his first memoir titled "Peeling Back the Mask: A Quest for Justice in Kenya". The book was virulently critical of Raila Odinga and purported to his expose him as a charlatan . It sparked protests from Odinga's supporters in Ahero who burned Miguna's effigy and mock coffin; and thereafter sprinkling its ashes into River Nyando. He was attacked whilst promoting his book at a hotel in Mombasa and had to be rescued by the police.
Rice is grown under irrigation in the Kano Plains. Most of the water for irrigation comes from River Nyando, whose annual floods displace huge numbers of people but also deposit a lot of fertile silt all across the plain. The northern and eastern fringes of the Kano Plains also play host to some of Kenya's most productive sugarcane fields. Towns like Kibos, Miwani and Chemelil are centres of sugarcane production. Kisumu County also produces maize, beans, sweet potatoes, poultry and fresh vegetables.
There has been extensive faulting and intrusion both above and below the scarp. The flowing of the scarp descends in impressive rapids, dropping from 2,000m to 1,300m through Kibos. The North of Nyando scarp, hills occur at about 2,150 meters and a range of identically high hills form a ridge Westward along Nandi fault. These, together with Kabiyet and Sang’alo Hills, are regarded as residuals of the original land surface. The watersheds of rivers descending the scarp (from Kimondi-Mokong system) run only 10 km.
Upon his return, he contested in the primaries of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM)'s nomination for Nyando Constituency but lost to Frederick Outa Otieno. He was part of the ODM's campaign team during the 2007 general election. In March 2009, he was appointed as Prime Minister Raila Odinga's senior adviser on coalition affairs and concurrently served alongside Kivutha Kibwana as the Joint-secretary to the Permanent Committee on the Management of the Grand Coalition. In August 2011, he was accused of gross misconduct and was thereby suspended without pay. The suspension was lifted on 29 December but Miguna declined his reinstatement.