Synonyms for vihiga or Related words with vihiga
Examples of "vihiga"
constituency is an electoral district for the National Assembly of Kenya, encompassing
The town is along the road between Kisumu and Kakamega, and only five kilometres north of the equator.
bears the same name as its county,
municipality has a population of 118,696 (2009 census).
The festival is organised by the
Emmaloba is a settlement in Kenya's
United awarded walkover and advance to the second round."
County is an administrative region in the former Western Province of Kenya whose headquarters are in
, the largest town in the county. The county has a population of 554,622 (2009 census) and an area of 563 km².
County was split from Kakamega County in 1990.
County has large tea plantations, and is the most densely populated rural area in Kenya. Quarrying for construction materials is a significant activity in the hilly County. Dairy farming is also widely practiced in
Esabalu is a village located on the border of
and Kisumu counties in western Kenya.
is a town in Kenya located on the eastern side of the Kakamega Forest.
It has 2 main Medical Centres i.e. The
District Hospital and Mbale Rural Provincial Health & Training Centre.
municipality has six wards; two of them (Central Maragoli and Wamuluma) belong to
Constituency while the remaining four wards (Chavakali, Izawa, Lyaduywa and North Maragoli) are part of the Sabatia Constituency. In the 2002 general elections, all six civic seats were won by the National Rainbow Coalition.
Injera started playing rugby while at
High School in
. After graduation in 2005 he joined military team Ulinzi RFC playing in the Kenya Cup league. The team was later disbanded, and he moved to Mwamba RFC, a Nairobi-based team where he plays as a wing.
Enock Ondego was born in Mazigolo, South Maragoli in
County in 1930, and completed his elementary and high school at Kaimosi.
Sabatia Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of four constituencies in
District. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections.
12. The Tiriki speak Ludiliji and occupy Tiriki in
district. Tiriki clans include Balukhoba, Bajisinde, Baumbo, Bashisungu, Bamabi, Bamiluha, Balukhombe, Badura, Bamuli, Barimuli, Baguga, Basianiga and Basuba.
Nyang'ori High School is a Kenyan boys' secondary school located in the
District, Western Province – along the Kisumu Kakamega Highway ( from Kisumu).
Emuhaya Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of four constituencies in
District, Western Province. The constituency was established for the 1963 elections.
Maragoli are the dominant ethnic group in the area and the town is also known as Maragoli. Tiriki, Idakho and Banyore are other ethnic groups in this locale. As a county,
has its administrative headquarters in Mbale township, located within the
is also a name of one of its divisions. Other divisions include Sabatia, Hamisi, Lwanda and Emuhaya. The people living in
primarily identify themselves as "Maragoli" and speak a language called Maragoli. This language is quite distinct from other Luhya ethnic groups and was the first Luhya language that was used to translate the Bible. The majority of the Maragoli people were primarily converted into the Quaker denomination of Christians, which is practiced to this day.
Luanda is a market town in the Western Province of Kenya, located along the Kisumu-Busia highway. It is one of the administrative divisions in Emuhaya district initially under
District until 2007 when Emuhaya district was created.
11. The Nyole speak Olunyole and occupy Bunyore in
district. Nyole clans include Abakanga, Abayangu, Abasiekwe, Abatongoi, Abasikhale, Aberranyi, Abasakami, Abamuli, Abasubi (Abasyubi), Abasiralo, Abalonga, Abasiratsi. Abamang’ali, Abanangwe, Abasiloli, Ab’bayi, Abakhaya, Abamukunzi and Abamutete.
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