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Basic information about Kericho
Kericho County is a county of Kenya. It has a population of 752,396 (2009 census) and an area of 2,111 km². Its capital and largest town is Kericho. The current governor is Professor Paul Kiprono Chepkwony also known as \Timbilwet\. Kericho County is home to the best of Kenyan tea which is renowned worldwide for its taste with its town square even known as Chai Square. Some of the largest tea companies including Unilever Kenya, James Finlay and Williamson Tea are based here. It is also home to the popular Ketepa brand. The former Buret District is now part of Kericho County.
Cities, towns & villages in Kericho
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LiteinLitein is a small town in the Kericho County, Kenya. It was previously the capital of the former Buret District. Litein has an urban population of 2,300.The town is along the Kericho-Sotik road. It also has a road link to Bomet. Litein's name originated from the word \"liteito\" - a stone used for sharpening iron objects during the pre-colonial period. The inhabitants are the Kipsigis - sub ethnic group of the larger Kalenjin community. Show Liteinon the map
Fort TernanFort Ternan is a small town in Kisumu County, Kenya located 50 kilometres east of Kisumu and five kilometres east of Koru. Fort Ternan is located adjacent the western border of the former Rift Valley Province. Fort Ternan forms a ward of Muhoroni Constituency and Muhoroni town council. Fort Ternan is also a location in the Muhoroni division. Show Fort Ternanon the map
LondianiLondiani is a Kenyan town in the Rift Valley Province. As of 1999, it had an urban population of 4,000 and a total population of 37,538. Show Londianion the map
KapsamongetKapsamonget is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Kapsamongeton the map
Kap SarokKap Sarok is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Kap Sarokon the map
SotikChamagel is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Sotikon the map
MasaitaMasaita is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Masaitaon the map
KapsaosKapsaos is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Kapsaoson the map
KebenetKebenet is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Kebeneton the map
KapsusetKapuset is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Kapsuseton the map
AinamoiAinamoi is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Ainamoion the map
KoituiyKaitui is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Koituiyon the map
KipkelionLumbwa is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Kipkelionon the map
JamjiJamji is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Jamjion the map
SonduSondu is a small town in Kenya's Nyanza Province. Show Sonduon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kericho
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KerichoKericho County is a county of Kenya. It has a population of 752,396 (2009 census) and an area of 2,111 km2. Its capital and largest town is Kericho. The current governor is Professor Paul Kiprono Chepkwony also known as \"Timbilwet\". Kericho County is home to the best of Kenyan tea which is renowned worldwide for its taste with its town square even known as Chai Square. Some of the largest tea companies including Unilever Kenya, James Finlay and Williamson Tea are based here. It is also home to the popular Ketepa brand. The former Buret District is now part of Kericho County.Show on map