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Basic information about Nyandarua
Nyandarua County is a County in the former Central Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Ol Kalou. Formerly the capital was Nyahururu, which is now part of the Laikipia County. Nyandarua County has population of 596,268 and an area of 3,304 km². The county is located on the northwestern part of the old Central Province, and contains the Aberdare Ranges. The county was split into two in 2007: Nyandarua North District and Nyandarua South District. However with the promulgation in 2010 of new constitution, these have been re-organised as sub counties of Nyandarua County . Daniel Waithaka was elected the first governor of the County 2013 General Election, .
Cities, towns & villages in Nyandarua
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Ol KalouOl Kalou is a town in Kenya. It is the capital of Nyandarua County of the former Central Province. It is located west of Aberdare range and 40 kilometres east of Nakuru. Ol Kalou is connected by road to Gilgil, Nyahururu and Nakuru. Ol Kalou forms a town council with a population of 47,795, of whom 15,186 are classified urban (1999 census ). Ol Kalou town has five wards: Gichungo, Kaimbaga, Ol Kalou, Ol Kalou Central and Rurii. All of them are located within Ol Kalou Constituency. Ol Kalou is also headquarters of Ol Kalou division of Nyandarua District. Show Ol Kalouon the map
MiharatiMiharati is a location in Kipipiri Division, Kipipiri Constituency, Nyandarua County, Central Province (Kenya). It's situated just below Mount Kipipiri.Miharati borders the following location Wanjohi and Kiambogo to the East, Lereshwa to the West, Githioro to the South and Malewa to the North. It is about 105 km North of Nairobi City and about 538 km from Mombasa. Show Miharation the map
GilgilGilgil, Kenya, is a town in Nakuru County, Kenya. The town is located between Naivasha and Nakuru and along the Nairobi - Nakuru highway. It is to the west of the Gilgil River, which flows south to feed Lake Naivasha. Gilgil has a population of 18,805 according to the 1999 census. Gilgil is the centre of the Gilgil Division in Nakuru County. Show Gilgilon the map
Heni VillageHeni Village is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province.It is located in Njambini District,Magumu Location and Karati sub-location Show Heni Villageon the map
Mai MahoroMai Maharo is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province. Show Mai Mahoroon the map
GathundiaGathundia is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province. Show Gathundiaon the map
GithioroGithioro is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province. Show Githioroon the map
GithimaGithima is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province. Show Githimaon the map
DundoriDundori is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province. Show Dundorion the map
NdiaraNdiara is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province. Show Ndiaraon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Nyandarua
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NyandaruaNyandarua County is a County in the former Central Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Ol Kalou. Formerly the capital was Nyahururu, which is now part of the Laikipia County. Nyandarua County has population of 596,268 and an area of 3,304 km². The county is located on the northwestern part of the old Central Province, and contains the Aberdare Ranges.Show on map
Different buildings in Nyandarua
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NjabiniNjabini is a settlement in Nyandarua County, Kenya. It lies to the east of the Aberdare ranges and due to this receives a significant proportion of the rainfall in the region. It's a highly productive agricultural area with vegetables being the mainstay. Njabini town is the administrative district for Kinangop division. Approximately 40% of the population have clean accessible water. Electricity is supplied mainly to residential and commercial properties but high installation costs put it out of reach of many residents. The Chanie and Sasumua rivers traverse the area. They both merge and drain into the Sasumua dam. The impounded water is treated at the water works before being piped to Nairobi. The treated water accounts for roughly 30% of the capital's requirements.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Nyandarua
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ShamataShamata is a constituency ward of the Ndaragwa Constituency of Kenya's Nyandarua County. It is located 222 kilometres (138 mi) from Nairobi. Shamata Town is located 33 km from Nyahururu and 28 kilometers from Mailo-inya which is only 2 miles from the famous Thomson falls. The area is endowed with a plethora of resources such as the Aberdare National Park,Lake Ol'boloosat which is the only lake in Central Kenya. The lake is well known for its huge number of hippopotamus.Show on map