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Preliminary Report 9th Jan 2012

Preliminary Report 9th Jan 2012

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................... iv 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5 1.6 Introduction................................................................................................................................... 1 System and Criteria in Delimitation .............................................................................................. 2 Objective ....................................................................................................................................... 2 Boundary Delimitation Preliminary Report ................................................................................... 2 Boundary Delimitation In Kenya: Historical Perspective ............................................................. 3 An Over View of Boundary Delimitation in Kenya......................................................................... 3

CHAPTER TWO .............................................................................................................................................. 6 LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE DELIMITATION OF BOUNDARIES .................................................................. 6 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.4 3.6. 2.5 Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 6 The Constitution of Kenya, 2010. .................................................................................................. 6 The Article 89 of the Constitution. ................................................................................................ 7 The Fifth Schedule of the IEBC Act, 2011 ...................................................................................... 7 Review of IEBC Boundaries Report ................................................................................................ 8 Public Sensitization ....................................................................................................................... 9

CHAPTER III ................................................................................................................................................. 10 REVIEW OF INTERIM INDEPENDENT BOUNDARIES REVIEW COMMISSION REPORT ................................. 10 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 10 Consultations with Stakeholders and the Public ........................................................................ 10 Determination of Constituencies by the IIBRC ........................................................................... 10 Data for Population for Constituencies as stipulated by IIBRC ................................................... 17 Protected Constituencies under Article 262 Section, 27(4) of the Constitution ........................ 19

CHAPTER IV ................................................................................................................................................. 21 PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS, IIBRC PROPOSALS AND EMERGING ISSUES........................................................ 21 5.0 5.1 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 21 General Views on the IIBRC Report ............................................................................................. 21 Public Views, IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries and Emerging Issues ..................... 22 Nairobi County ........................................................................................................................ 22 Mombasa County .................................................................................................................... 29 Kwale County .......................................................................................................................... 32 i

4.2.4 4.2.5 4.2.6 4.2.7 4.2.8 4.2.9 4.2.10 4.2.11 4.2.12 4.2.13 4.2.14 4.2.15 4.2.16 4.2.17 4.2.18 4.2.19 4.2.20 4.2.21 4.2.22 4.2.23 4.2.24 5.3.25 5.3.26 5.3.27 5.3.28 5.3.29 5.3.30 5.3.31 5.3.32 5.3.33 5.3.34 5.3.35

Kilifi County ............................................................................................................................. 34 Tana River County ................................................................................................................... 38 Lamu County ........................................................................................................................... 39 Taita Taveta County ................................................................................................................ 41 Garissa County ........................................................................................................................ 44 Wajir County ........................................................................................................................... 47 Mandera County ..................................................................................................................... 51 Marsabit County...................................................................................................................... 55 Isiolo County ........................................................................................................................... 57 Meru County ........................................................................................................................... 58 Tharaka Nithi........................................................................................................................... 63 Embu County ........................................................................................................................... 66 Kitui County ............................................................................................................................. 68 Machakos County.................................................................................................................... 71 Makueni County ...................................................................................................................... 73 Nyandarua County .................................................................................................................. 76 Nyeri County ............................................................................................................................ 79 Kirinyaga County ..................................................................................................................... 82 Murang’a County .................................................................................................................... 85 Kiambu County ........................................................................................................................ 89 Turkana County ....................................................................................................................... 93 West Pokot County .................................................................................................................. 97 Samburu County ...................................................................................................................... 99 Trans Nzoia County ............................................................................................................... 101 Uasin Gishu County ............................................................................................................... 104 Elgeyo Marakwet County ...................................................................................................... 107 Nandi County ......................................................................................................................... 110 Baringo County...................................................................................................................... 113 Laikipia County ...................................................................................................................... 116 Nakuru County ...................................................................................................................... 119 Narok County ........................................................................................................................ 125 Kajiado .................................................................................................................................. 128 ii

............................................................................................................................................................................................ 132 Kericho...................................................................................................................................................0 6............................................................................................... 136 Vihiga County ............... 178 Work Plan ........41 5.................. 172 CHAPTER V ....................40 5...................................................................................................................................................... 178 Methodology applied by the IIBRC ......................47 Bomet ........ 178 Applicable Framework ...................... 179 iii ....................................................................................3.3 Introduction .................................................................................................................1 6.................................3........................................................................................................................................................................... 178 BOUNDARY DELIMITATION PROPOSALS & WAYFORWARD........................................ 163 Kisii County .............................. 134 Kakamega County ..3........................................................................................................................................................3..............45 5.....................................5... 176 CHAPTER VI ...................................3..3.............................................. 176 5.....................................................................38 5............................39 5.......................................... 142 Bungoma County ..............36 5...................3.. 176 PROPOSALS ON DELIMTATIONS OF COUNTY ASSEMBLYWARDS..............................................3.......................0 5...................................................................................... 144 Busia County......................................1 Introduction..............................................................................46 5............2 6...........................3.........................................................................37 5....................................................................................... 149 Migori County. 176 IEBC Determination of County Assembly Wards ... 167 Nyamira......................... 178 6............................................................................

It should be acknowledged that the Interim Independent Boundaries Review Commission (IIBRC) did the first review of boundaries. It is predetermined that the Commission shall. the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has been mandated to carry out boundary delimitation of constituencies and wards. Notably. To the greatest degree. It should be noted that the ideal international standards for delimitation is the equality of voting power for each vote so as to provide effective representation. iv . and b) Use as its secondary reference material the report of the Parliamentary committee on the report of the former Boundaries Commission. Ahmed Isaack Hassan. This has to be completed at least twelve months before a general election. It is therefore worth noting that pursuant to the provisions made in the Constitution of Kenya 2010. Further. Thus. the Constitution stipulates the criteria and procedures that need to be applied in the delimitation of boundaries and which notably shall be undertaken at intervals of not less than eight years and not more than twelve years.maximum of two hundred and ninety (290). there were certain issues underscored in the JLA Report and in the discussions by Parliament and the public. boundary delimitation by its very nature is intended to produce the result of effective representation. in addressing the issues arising out of the first review:a) Use as its primary reference material. The treatment of Cities and urban areas in a similar way (definition of cities not agreed on). The description of boundaries based on wards or sub-locations.Forward The legal framework for elections requires objective drawing of electoral unit boundaries to achieve the principle of equal weight to each vote. Some of the issues cited included:     The determination of boundaries on the basis of three types of population quotas instead of one. The use of regions and provinces as units of analysis (yet not provided in the Constitution). According to the Fifth Schedule of the IEBC Act 2011. this principle is aimed at ensuring effective representation and a translation of the will of the electorate into a representative government. But this does not extend into the first review of the boundaries of constituency and wards. IIBRC did its work and submitted its report to the Parliamentary Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs (JLA) which prepared its report and submitted to Parliament for adoption. Chairman Indeed Article 89(1) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 states clearly the number of constituencies that are supposed to be in place . IEBC is mandated to ‗resolve all issues arising from the first review relating to the delimitation of boundaries of constituencies and wards and publish its final report within a period of four months of the date of its appointment. the report of the former boundaries commission on the first review as adopted by Parliament. EBS.

objectivity and patriotism in presentations anticipated towards the process of resolving issues arising from the first review. It is indeed a step closer towards ensuring that the fundamental principle of the equality of the vote is attained. it requires that a middle ground be struck to achieve a win-win-situation. the Commission will consider the resolutions of Parliament and prepare a Final Report for publication in the Kenya Gazette. Thus. I therefore urge fellow Kenyans to read and understand the Preliminary Report in order to effectively engage in the process. The First Review and the exercise of addressing issues arising thereof is a process towards addressing gross disparities in the voting populations of different electoral units. This means that it requires clarity and clear criteria and procedure commensurate to the electoral dynamics of the country. ……………………………… Ahmed Issack Hassan. The creation or alteration of boundaries without taking into account geographical features and community interests. We must recognize that achieving the ideal and optimum population quota for our electoral units is not an instant achievement. v . it is important to note that any review of constituency boundaries is political in nature and is attached to highly competitive and emotive political issues. EBS CHAIRMAN . While recognizing the provisions of the Constitution to redefine boundaries to accommodate other interests in the electoral sphere. Consequently. accuracy. The public presentations and recommendations will be reviewed within fourteen days after receipt and the Commission will submit a revised Report to Parliament for deliberation. and That there was no public participation. Similarly. There is need for transparency. the Commission has prepared this Preliminary Report outlining the proposed delimitation of constituencies and wards and specific geographical and demographic details and hereby avail it to the general public for a period of twenty-one days and invite representations from the public on the proposals hereto. in line with the IEBC Act.   Inconsistency in the division of constituencies where some with large population were not split yet others with less population were split.

the Constitution in Article 89 (5) spells out the criteria to be used in boundary delimitation as well as the maximum number of constituencies (Article 89 (1)). Section 41c was a mandate of the IIBRC which was specifically responsible for: i. reviewing and variation of boundaries of districts and other units. 1 . iii. making recommendations to parliament on delimitation of constituencies and local authority electoral units and optimal number of constituencies on the basis of equality of votes taking into account a) Density of population and in particular the need to ensure adequate reprsenation of urban and sparsely-populated rural areas. Article 89 gives the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) the mandate of creating and delimiting constituencies and wards. including the fixing. and e) Community interests ii. It is as a result of these issues that the IIBRC mandate was widely perceived as not complete. the IIBRC Report was adopted but there were several outstanding issues raised by the Members of Parliament and the Public. The IIBRC did the first review and submitted its report to the Parliamentary Departmental Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs (JLA). d) Geographical features. making recommendations to parliament on administrative boundaries.1. and the performance of such other function as may be prescribed by Parliament. Following the presentation of the JLA report to Parliament. Introduction The Constitution of Kenya. This has to be done at intervals of not less than eight and not more than twelve years. hence the requirement that IEBC addresses issues and concerns emerging from their report. The IEBC Act 2011 limits the Commission to resolve issues arising from the first review and to use Interim Independent Boundaries Review Commission (IIBRC) Report as its primary reference material and Parliamentary Committee Report as its secondary reference material. The delimitation of boundaries of constituencies and wards under the Constitution of Kenya Amendment Act 2008.BACKGROUND INFORMATION 1. Additionally. 2010. c) Means of communication. b) Population trends.

The Primary document reviewed is the IIBRC Report submitted to the Parliamentary Departmental Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs dated 27th November. This is aimed at eliciting debate on presentations and proposals contained in the JLA Report. in undertaking to resolve arising issues. A.3. economic. the resolution of issues arising from the first review have to be completed in the shortest time possible (in 120 days). there is need for openness. Similarly. objectivity and patriotism in presentations anticipated towards the process of boundary delimitation. social and other factors within a given country. (iii) Draft Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission‘s Bill 2010 ( JLA 3). 2010. it requires that a middle ground be reached through a win-win-situation. (iv) Presentation by the Hon. System and Criteria in Delimitation An appropriate system and criteria require that internationally accepted standards and procedures be used in the boundary delimitation process.1. 1. The accepted standards have to take into consideration political. 2010 while the Secondary reference materials is the Report of the Departmental Committee on Justice and Legal affairs as presented to the Parliament on 16th December. 2 .2. This should include proposals made to the public on the 290 Constituencies provided in the constitution. accuracy. The information gathered will be analyzed and used to delimit the required constituencies as stipulated in the Constitution. (vi) Views of dissenting Commissioners JLA 6. it requires clarity. It is important to note that any constituency boundary review process is political in nature and is attached to highly competitive and emotive political issues. Objective The main objective of the Boundary Delimitation: Preliminary Report is to provide information to the public on outstanding issues emerging from the IIBRC Report as well as reactions from the parliamentary Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs (JLA) Report. (v) Presentation on Constitution Methodology ( JLA 5. This means that. Ligale in Mombasa ( JLA 4). criteria and procedure commensurate to the electoral dynamics of the country. The report included the following annexes: (i) Committee minutes ( JLA 1) (ii) Arising Issues ( JLA 2). In the case of IEBC resolution of arising issues. Notwithstanding this. 1. Boundary Delimitation Preliminary Report The Boundary Delimitation Preliminary Report is based on the analysis of the outstanding issues derived from the primary and secondary reference materials as provided for in the IEBC Act 2011. the Constitution and the IEBC Act 2011 provide for the criteria and procedures to be followed. Based on the legal frame work predetermined in the Constitution (2010) and the IEBC Act 2011.4.

2011 by Sakaja Johnson.(vii) Draft Gazette Notice and Court Ruling by Justice Musinga JLA 7.O Aduol.6. The Constitution provided that no constituency was to form part or more than one administrative unit. (vi) Delimitation of Electoral Units: Background. the Commission also took into account the following: 3 . (v) Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission Act. Towards the delimitation of boundaries. (viii) Written Submissions JLA 9. (viii) Memoranda presented by the Public to the IIBRC during public hearings and visits. 1963 Section 40). The Commission held consultations with leaders at different levels including influential tribal leaders and chiefs. 2010) by Professor F. Other documents analyzed include: (i) The Constitution of Kenya Amendment Act of 2008.1 An Over View of Boundary Delimitation in Kenya The country‘s Constitution provided for the delimitation of constituencies so as to facilitate the conduct of elections in independent Kenya (Constitution of Kenya. (ii) The Constitution of Kenya 2010. (iii) Presentation to Members of Parliament (6th December . Outstanding Issues and Way forward.W. the determination of electoral units in Kenya started with creation of 117 Constituencies based on a clearly established principle that all constituencies contain as nearly as possible an equal number of inhabitants. Delimitation of boundaries was started by colonial authorities in 1962 when the Royal Commission was created to go round the country and carry out an inquiry into electoral and administrative boundaries. 1. 1. At that time. or of both the Nairobi area and a region. (iv) Delimitation of Electoral Units: A critique of the process and product of IIBRC by Sakaja Johnson.6 1. (vii) IIBRC Public hearings Verbatim Reports. Presentation made to IEBC – 21st November. that created and mandated IIBRC to carry out the delimitation of constituencies and ward boundaries herein referred as the review. 2011.5 Boundary Delimitation In Kenya: Historical Perspective The delimitation of boundaries of constituencies and wards is not a new phenomenon in the Kenyan history.

6. Fifth Schedule. A major impact of the IREC recommendations was the amendment of Section 41 of the 1963 Constitution by Parliament in 2008. 2011. Following the disputed results of the Presidential elections in 2007. 2011 provides for the IEBC to resolve all issues relating to the delimitation of boundaries of constituencies and wards. It further binds the Commission to employ the Report of the IIBRC as its primary reference material [IEBC Act. the need to ensure adequate representation of urban and sparsely-populated rural areas. b) The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Act. reviewed the boundaries and names of constituencies and raised the number from 188 to a maximum of 210 as provided under the previous Constitution.6. and e) The boundaries of existing administrative areas.4 1. 1. popularly known as the Kriegler Commission.6. and the Interim Independent Boundaries Review Commission-IIBRC (Section 41B).5 c) The IEBC Act. resulting in the disbandment of the ECK and the creation of the Interim Independent Electoral Commission-IIEC (Section 41A). a) In this regard. d) Community of interest. a National Dialogue and Recinciliation Accord was signed which provided a road map and made recommendations for the review of the electoral process in Kenya.3 1. Article 1 and 2(1) (a)]. The Electoral Commission of Kenya (established in 1992). Parliament raised the number of constituencies from 158 to 188. 2011 also requires that the Report of the Parliamentary Committee on JLA on the former IIBRC be used by IEBC as secondary reference material in resolving issues relating to delimitation of boundaries. 1. the IEBC has responsibility for the delimitation of constituencies and wards [COK 2010 Article 88 (4) (c)]. 4 . The House of Representatives was renamed the National Assembly with 158 Parliamentary Constituencies consisting of the initial 117 plus 41 newly created constituencies following the abolition of the senate.2 The Constitutional amendments of 1964 and 1966 resulted in the abolition of the seven regional assemblies and the Senate. The IREC in turn recommended a review of the entire constitutional and legal framework in line with the political and legal aspirations of Kenyans.a) The population density and in particular. This led to the establishment of the Independent Review Commission (IREC).6. b) The means of communication. In 1986. In 1996. c) Geographical features. The COK 2010 provides for the IEBC to assume the mandate of the defunct IIBRC as the successor body.

the Report of the Parliamentary Committee on JLA Report sets the Agenda for the IEBC in completing the outstanding work of the IIBRC. Chapter Six outlines the framework on public presentations and public consultation forums. c) A review of the IIBRC boundary delimitation Report is presented in Chapter Three. IIBRC Report. e) Chapter Five presents analysis of public presentation. within 21 days from the date of the publication of this Report.6. 5 .6 In the light of the foregoing. d) Chapter Four outlines criteria used by IIBRC in the first review. This Interim Report is divided into several chapters: Chapter one presents background information and an overview from a historical perspective on boundary delimitation in Kenya a) b) The Legal framework governing the delimitation of boundaries of Constituencies and wards is handled in Chapter Two. emerging issues and IEBC proposals on County basis.1. f) Lastly.

International standards dictate that such a legal framework should determine how constituencies or the electoral units are defined and drawn. The respective roles of the legislature.1 The Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Act. 2. The Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Act 2008 mandated IIBRC to make recommendations to Parliament on the delimitation of boundaries for constituencies and local authority electoral units. Fifth Schedule provides the criteria for delimitation of constituencies and wards. The criteria for such determination. including the fixing. 2. and c) Perform such functions as may be prescribed by Parliament. judiciary and executive in the process. 6 .0 Introduction Any boundary delimitation process has to be guided by a legal frame work. Whereas IIEC was mandated to reform the electoral process. 2008 The Constitution of Kenya (Amendment Act). The degree of public participation in the process. The Constitution of Kenya (1963) provided guidance for boundary delimitation.CHAPTER TWO LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE DELIMITATION OF BOUNDARIES 2.2 The Constitution of Kenya. 2010. b) Make recommendations to Parliament on administrative boundaries. The Constitution of Kenya 2010 and the IEBC Act 2011. The promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 provided for the continuation of the functions of IIBRC in accordance with terms of section 41B and 41C of the former Constitution but was restricted from determining the boundaries of counties established under the new Constitution. the IIBRC was tasked to:a) Make recommendations to Parliament on the delimitation of constituencies and Local authority electoral units and the optimal number of constituencies on the basis of equality of votes. reviewing and variation of boundaries of districts and other units. The ultimate authority for the final determination of the electoral units. The Commission was to:(i) Determine the boundaries of constituencies and wards using the Criteria mentioned in the Constitution (2010). 2008 that established IIEC and IIBRC gave the two bodies different mandates. The legal framework regulating drawing of boundaries for electoral units is expected to address: a) b) c) d) e) The frequency of such determination.

the Constitution stipulates the procedures that need to be applied in the delimitation of boundaries and which notably shall be undertaken at intervals of not less than eight years and not more than twelve years. b) community interest. Article 89(1) of the Constitution of Kenya.3 The Article 89 of the Constitution. 2010 sets the maximum number of constituencies at two hundred and ninety (290). Further.4 The Fifth Schedule of the IEBC Act. The Commission shall progressively work towards ensuring that the number of inhabitants in each constituency and ward is as nearly as possible equal to the population quota (and in so doing consult all interested parties.(ii) Observe the requirements of Article 89(2) of the Constitution (2010). The Constitution further provides that this number may be greater or lesser than the population quota only by a margin of: a) not more than forty per cent (40%)for cities and sparsely populated areas. 2. This has to be completed at least twelve months before a general election. It provides that the ―Boundaries of each constituency shall be such that the number of inhabitants in the constituency is as nearly as possible equal to the population quota‖. economic and cultural ties. and c) means of communication. Article 89 (5) of the Constitution stipulates the criteria to be applied in the boundary delimitation process. and b) thirty percent (30%) for other areas In determining the number of inhabitants. 2. IEBC is expected to take into account: a) geographical features and urban centres. and (iii) Ensure that the first review of constituencies undertaken under the new Constitution (2010) shall not result in the loss of a constituency existing on the effective date. The Act lists the issues arising out of the first review as: a) Re-distribute such wards or administrative units in the affected constituencies as may be appropriate. 7 . 2011 The Legal provision regulating the completion by the IEBC of the first review is set out in the Fifth Schedule of the Act. The IEBC is enjoined by the Act to ― resolve all the issues arising out of the first review relating to the delimitation of boundaries of constituencies and wards and publish its final report within the period of four months from the date of its appointment under this Act‖ .) (Article 89 (7) b. IEBC Act Fifth schedule 2(c).

3. 2011 provides for any person dissatisfied with the outcome of the Final Report of the Commission on Boundaries Delimitation to apply to the High Court for review of the Commission decision. IEBC is restricted by the IEBC Act. v. (iii) Be subject to the use of enumerated national census figures and not projected figures.6. iv. and b) Use as its secondary reference material the report of the Parliamentary Committee on the Report of the former Boundaries Commission (IIBRC). the report of the former boundaries commission (IIBRC) on the first review as adopted by Parliament. and consider views received from the national assembly and revise accordingly before final print for publication in the Kenya Gazette. Fifth Schedule Article 2(1) to:a) Use as its primary reference material. addressing issues of new constituencies falling outside the population quota as provided for by Article 89(6) of the Constitution. ii. but at the same time ensure that such a process shall – (i) Take into account the privisions of Article 89(7)(b) of the Constitution that requires progressive efforts and not instant demographic equality of all towards attaining the population quota in each constituency and ward for the purposes of the first review. Review of IEBC Boundaries Report Article 89(10) of the Constitution and paragraph 4 of the Fifth Schedule of the IEBC Act. (ii) Not be subject to new definitions of urban areas. cities or sparsely populated areas or to new population figures. Pursuant to the provisions of the IEBC Act the Commission shall: i. In addressing the issues arising out of the first review. iii.b) Subject to the Constitution. c) Addressing the issues of progressively advancing towards the population quota in protected constituencies in relation to neighbouring constituencies where appropriate. forward the revised report to Parliament. ―An application for the review of a decision made under this Article (Article 89 of the Constitution) shall be filed within thirty days of the publication of the decision in 8 . 2011. prepare and publish a preliminary report outlining the proposed delimitation of boundaries of constituencies and wards. outlining specific geographical and demographical details . avail the report to the general public for a period of twenty-one days and invite representations from the public on the proposals. review the public representations received within fourteen days after receipt of recommendations.

5 Public Sensitization The principle of public participation and involvement is a running thread in the Constitution and the Commission is required by the IEBC Act to observe the principle of public participation and consultation with stakeholders in its processes. Paragraph 6 of the Fifth Schedule of the IEBC Act requires the Commission to conduct public sensitization on the proposed boundaries for a period of thirty days.‖ 2.the Gazette and shall be heard and determined within three months of the date on which it is filed. 9 .

393.2 Determination of Constituencies by the IIBRC In embarking on the delimitation process IIBRC was guided by the provisions in the Constitution of Kenya 2010. 3.726 attended and. This was followed by one hundred and six (106) public hearings in which 20.097 = 133. Article 89 and the 2009 Census data. However.097 Popultion Quota = 38.26 290 40% greater than population quota for cities = 186. Some Kenyans were in support of the Report while others were opposed to the recommendations in the Report.646 persons gave oral submissions to the Commission.6 10 . the IIBRC continued to receive memoranda and held hearings with interested parties.CHAPTER III REVIEW OF INTERIM INDEPENDENT BOUNDARIES REVIEW COMMISSION REPORT 3. A total of one hundred and seventy (170) out of two hundred and ten (210) MPs and leaders attended the public hearingsThe hearings were characterized by oral and written Submissions. 2010. After the Report was presented to the Parliamentary Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs and Parliament it elicited intense public debate.138. This was done between 1st February and 14th May.610. 2. the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the National Assembly dated 27th November. National population = 38. 1. 2010. 3.610. IIBRC calculated the population quota based on a definition provided in Article 89(12) of the Constitution (2010).1 Consultations with Stakeholders and the Public From the Report it is evident that IIBRC held consultations and Public Hearings with stakeholders throughout the country as per its mandate. not all Kenyans had a chance to read the IIBRC report and make their own views known. Eight Provincial visits were held during which thousands of people were sensitized on the process. After 14th May 2010.0 Introduction The Interim Independent Boundaries Review Commission (IIBRC) presented a report titled “Delimitation of Constituencies and Recommendations on Local Authority Electoral Units and Administrative Boundaries for Districts and other Units” addressed to the President.

123 No.369 No. Eastern Province Population = 5. Of constituencies for Eastern (Pop.757 = 17.138 No.743 = 32. of existing constituencies = 8 No.98 = 25 133. Central Province Population = 4. Of constituencies for Coast = 3.325.8 I. North Eastern Province Population = 2.743 No. of additional constituencies = 33 – 29= 4 = 4.383.310.138 = 2. of additional constituencies = 43 – 36= 7 V. Of constituencies for North Eastern No. of additional constituencies = 17 – 8= 9 II.393 No.36 = 17 133. quota) = 5.6 40% less than population quota for sparsely populated areas = 79.138.668. of additional constituencies = 25 – 21= 4 III. Coast Province Population = 3.310.079. Of constituencies for Central No.30% greater than population quota for other areas = 173. of existing constituencies = 29 No.138 11 .757 No. of existing constituencies = 21 No.369 = 16.123 = 42. of existing constituencies = 36 No.325. Of constituencies for Nairobi (40% limit) = 3.383.57 = 43 133.4 30% less than population quota for other areas = 93.138.668. Nairobi Province Population = 3. of additional constituencies = 17 – 11= 6 IV.882.84 = 17 186.196. of existing constituencies = 11 No.93 = 33 133.138 No.307 No.307 = 24.

442. Western Province Population = 4.442.006.334. Of constituencies for Western No.56 = 33 133. Of constituencies for Nyanza No.138 = 4. Of constituencies for Rift Valley = 10. of existing constituencies = 49 No.334.138 No.282 = 32. Nyanza Province Population = 5. Rift Valley Province Population = 10.282 No. of existing constituencies = 24 No. of additional constituencies = 41 – 32= 9 Option 1 PROVINCE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Nairobi Coast North Eastern Eastern Central Rift Valley Western Nyanza TOTAL CONSTITUENCIES Current No.VI.138 Total 17 25 17 43 33 75 33 41 284 12 .711 No.805 No.16 = 75 133.805 = 75. of additional constituencies = 75 – 49= 26 VII.88 = 41 133. Additional 8 9 21 4 11 6 36 7 29 4 49 26 24 9 32 9 210 74 = 5.711 = 40.006. of existing constituencies = 32 No. of additional constituencies = 33 – 24= 9 VIII.

Subjecting the remaining provinces to this quota: = Province Population (X)/129. 13 .471.728/273) = 129.138.138) + 133.369/186.610.369) = 35.393) = 17 Constituencies 3. Subtracting the 17 constituencies given to Nairobi from the 290 Constituencies: = (290-17) = 273 5. Subtracting the population of Nairobi from the national population: = (38.471. Dividing the remaining population by remaining Constituencies = (35.Option 1 ** PROVINCE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Nairobi Coast North Eastern Eastern Central Rift Valley Western Nyanza TOTAL CONSTITUENCIES Current No.138) = 186. Additional 8 9 21 5 11 7 36 8 29 5 49 27 24 9 32 10 210 80 Total 17 26 18 44 34 76 33 42 290 Option 1 above was then subjected to the scientific mathematical formula shown below: 1. the population of Nairobi subjected to its population quota as follows: (40% x 133.933 7. Subjecting the population of Nairobi to the population quota for cities then: = (3.933 6.728 4.393 2. The allocation of constituencies in the Rift Valley was reduced by 1 because of its large number of constituencies.138. This gives a total of 291 constituencies. Nairobi being the only legal city.097 – 3.

9 2. Km) 581.004.393.097 290 133.315.Population KENYA Constituencies Av per Constituency Av -30% Av+30% Av -40% Av +40% 38.9 581.79 173.54 14 .882.96 186.610.079.315.57 Area (Sq.138.75 79.196.27 93.

73 8 25.93 4 127.2% Total – Current Constituenci es as calculated Constituenci es as whole Constituenci number es as Population/ adopted Constituenc y Population Constituenc y as whole Population number Constituenc y as adopted Regional Av National Av Deviation wrt Av less Nairobi Deviation from National Av Deviation from National Av in % 580.620.8 33.3 69 4.93 3 128.0% 51.610 Population Constituency as whole number 184.93 3 129.61 0 Population Constituency as adopted Regional Av -1784 National Av -1.47 2 Deviation wrt Av less Nairobi Deviation from National Av 38. KENYA – Pop. 0 40. 8 0 16.6% 4205 5242 .8 Area in sq km 333.89 6 128.383.1 Population/s q.471.7% Deviation from National Av in % 1 Av per Const Constituencies Pop. Nairobi Scientific Mathematical Formula on which Option 1** is based 26 129.325.39 4 Constituency 184.93 4 127.515.728 82.8 4 17 17 Total – Current Constituencies Constituencies as calculated Constituencies as whole number Constituencies as adopted Population/ 186.89 6 -2037 -3.126.892. km 2.9% 0.8 4. km 13.8% 1.620.59 2 26 34 15 2 Central Area in sq km Population/sq.4 Area 29 34 -999 -3.165.82 21 580. 1 129.3 Serial Number Province Serial Number Province Nairo bi Coast Population 3.74 3 3.933.138.30 7 Population 695.07 273 Population 35.

4% 16 .45 9 128. 5 8.383.5 36.8 05 4.0 % 3205 -2.4% 580.2% 0.88 9 77.28 2 35.471.66 8 131.71 1 10.93 3 129.1% 1796 -3.006.93 3 129.2 431.37 5 129.310.0 183.668.4 5 7 8 9 Eastern NorthEastern Nyanza Rift Valley Western Total 1 5.34 2 129.93 3 -1112 -1558 -345 1735 1409 0.82 1 128.35 8 273.93 3 129.2% -3.613.620.852.309. 2 126.95 9 131.62 3 17. 6 61.404. 8 202 27 4 273 0 0.37 5 129.7 28 153.9 18.1 36 11 32 49 24 43.334.6 521.3% 1.9% 1.6% -2.82 1 128.01 5 33. 5 54.93 3 129.7% -1.0 0 44 18 42 77 33 44 18 42 76 33 129.1% -1.93 3 129.442.58 8 131.75 7 5.78 4 41.58 8 129.3% 4317 4763 3550 1470 1.12 3 2.34 2 129. 4 12.93 3 128.

310.Table of Delimitations Provinces Populati on 3.138.882.079.138.123 10.59 33.02 33.84 25.4) for other areas. *All the 290 constituencies being delimited according to this formula strictly meet the requirement of Article 89 (5.80 5 4.334. (ii) Constituencies that have a population below the lowest limit (79.3 Data for Population for Constituencies as stipulated by IIBRC The use of the criteria specified in the Constitution by IIBRC resulted into the following different categories of the existing 210 constituencies.89 17 26 34 18 44 77* 33 42 291 17 26 34 18 44 76 33 42 290 Current Additional Constituenci Constituenci es es 8 21 29 11 36 49 24 32 210 9 5 5 7 8 27 9 10 80 Nairobi Coast Central N.307 4.62 77.383.138.26) for sparsely populated areas.6 for cities).8) for sparsely populated areas.711 Constituenci Constituenci IIBRC es Fraction es Rounded Delimitati on 16. 17 .36 41.668.26) for sparsely populated areas.&7) and Section 6 of the Constitution of Kenya. 3.78 43.743 2.6.8 to 133. (v) Constituencies that have a population above the highest limits (173.369 3.442.74 17.882. These are:(i) Constituencies that have a population above the highest limits (186. (iv) Constituencies that have a population above the National population quota (133.393.325. Valley Western Nyanza The result and summary of this analysis is captured in option 1** and the above Table of Delimitations. (iii) Constituencies that have a population within the limits of the lowest and highest (79.757 5.282 5.006. Eastern Eastern R.

Kinangop. Saboti. Ol-kalou. Kipkelion. Kacheliba. Kirinyaga Central. Galole.079. North Horr. Sirisia. Bumula. Webuye. Kilgoris. Emuhaya. Gachoka. Molo. Wajir North. Eldoret North. Kisauni. Mwatate. Turkana South. Nambale. Sotik. Changamwe. Kitutu Masaba. Tigania West.196. Wajir West. Kaloleni. Laikipia East.8 to 133. Kigumo. Msambweni. Lugari.138. Mbooni. Kiambaa. Isiolo North. Turkana North. Gatanga. constituencies that have a population below the lowest limits (93. Igembe North.196. Kitutu Chache. Narok South. Dagoretti. North Mugirango Borabu. Likoni. Kajiado Central. Sigor. Mwala. Nakuru Town. Igembe South. Kangundo. Mwea. Wajir South.26 Above 173. Kanduyi. Migori. Mwingi South. 18 Above 186. Kitui west. Garsen.393. Ijara. Eldoret East. Masinga. North Imenti. Juja. Naivasha. Wajir East. Subukia. Makueni. Mathira. Kitui Central.196. Manyatta. Embakasi. Malaba. Kibwezi. Lamu East. Maragua.6 to 173. Karachuonyo. Amagoro.6 Below 79.26 Above 133. Engwen. Mandera. Tharaka. Kathiani.4 Other Areas .8 Between 79. Ndia. Isiolo south.882.26) for sparsely populated areas. Loitokitok. Kimilili. Kipipiri. Langata. Strarehe. Kitui South. Runyenjes. Tigania East. The constituencies under each of these categories are shown in Table 5 below: Table 5: Analysis of Population Quota Limits in Relation to Populations in the 210 Constituencies Population Quota limits Areas Cities Sparsely populated Sparsely Populated Sparsely Populated Name of 210 Constituencies Makadara. Voi. Kajiado North. Saku. South Imenti.138. Nithi. Kuria. Eldoret South. Kandara. Cherangany. Saburu East Bura.6) for other areas. (vii) Lastly. West lands. Machakos Town. Kapenguria. Ugenya.138. Central Imenti. Tinderet. Fafi. Saburu West. Kinango. Bobasi. Nyeri Town. Narok North. Bomet. Lurambi. Kuresoi. Mandera.6 to 133. Kabete. Laisamis. Bomachoge. Lagdera. Bahari. Kiharu. Mandera Central. Kieni. Gichugu.(vi) Constituencies that have a population within the limits of the lowest and highest (93. Yatta. Kasipul Kabondo. Magarini. Matuga Ganze. Mumias. Mutito. Belgut. Kamukunji. Dujis. Kisumu Town East. Mwingi North. Moyale. Rongo.882. Turkana Central. Kaiti.4 Other Areas Between 93. Malindi. Kwanza. Ainamoi.079. Laikipia West.

West Mugirango.513 89. 27(4) of the Constitution Out of the the 290 constituencies.458 38. Rarieda.796 1. South Mugirango. Elgon. Butere. Muhoroni.021 71.545 18. Aldai. Lamu west. Saku 12. Vihiga. Konoin. Marakwet East. Othaya. Baringo North. Chepalungu.205 702 1. Mt. a total of 27 constituencies were protected.4 Protected Constituencies under Article 262 Section.866 82. (Source: IIBRC Report Table 1:210 Constituency Populations compared to the Population Quota) 3.657 12. Voi NORTH EASTERN (NONE) EASTERN (6/27) 10. Taveta 7. . Nyatike. Bura 4.663 4. Bundalangi. Lari. North Horr 11. Sq. Wundanyi 8. Shinyalu. Githunguri.078 20. Butula.Gatundu South. Taveta.735 60. Bondo. Buret.266 75. The protected constituencies were as follows: Table 2: Protected Constituencies 27 PROTECTED CONTITUENCIES Area km.196 46. Kasipul Kabondo. Rongai. Lamu East 5. Nyando.669 . Khwisero.348 74.504 4. Uriri. Kisumu Town West. Baringo Central.502 65. Tetu. Keiyo South. Nyaribari Masaba. Ndhiwa. prescribed by the constitution. NAIROBI (NONE) COAST (9/27) 1. Wundanyi. Laisamis 19 Population 7 9. Baringo East. Kangema. Mukurwe-ini. Lamu West 6. Keiyo North. Kisumu Rural.6 Ndaragwa. Funyula. Kilome. Limuru.841 82. Below Other Areas Mvita.698 67. Eldama Ravine. Siakago. Karachuonyo. Galole 3. Marakwet West. Mwatate 9. Funyula. Gem.953 2.196. Matungu. 93. Gatundu North. Mvita 2. Mosop.665 56. Nyaribari Chache. Mbita. Gwasi. Ikolomani. Mogotio. Sabatia. Bonchari. Mathioya. Hamisi.873 10.

723 20 . Mathioya RIFT VALLEY (4/27) 22.817 777 630 80 81 84 85 91 92 113 120 122 131 166 178 934 418 600 180 260 262 10. Othaya 19. Mukurweini 20. Tetu 18. Ndaragwa 17. Keiyo North 25.035 87.715 60. Budalangi NYANZA (NONE) 9.142 783 541 1.374 83. Isiolo South 14.988 88.320 87. Vihiga 27. Kangema 21. Kilome CENTRAL (6/27) 16.364 90 187 43. Siakago 15.959 91.094 78.219 59. Samburu East 23.118 89.932 76.626 78. Marakwet East 24.616 66. Mogotio WESTERN (2/27) 26.749 73.13.864 92.

Based on such issues and the requirements of the Constitution of Kenya 2010. IIBRC formulated a checklist of documents and materials. 21 . To ensure maximum benefit of the public hearings to the delivery of its mandate. The objectives.CHAPTER IV PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS. (v) Inconsistency in the division of constituencies where some with large population were not split yet others with less population were split. Some critics fault the ―formula‖ applied and the resulting inequities. Some of the issues cited included: (i) The determination of boundaries on the basis of three types of population quotas instead of one.0 Introduction The methodology of particular emphasis IIBRC employed in the first review relating to the delimitation of boundaries of constituencies and wards . (ii) The use of regions and provinces as units of analysis (yet not provided in the Constitution). This was like a tool that both facilitated consultation on its mandate and for gathering and compiling relevant information from the general public on matters of concern.that had proposals and maps indicating 80 new constituencies. It is through the public hearings that several issues concerning boundary delimitation were presented to IIBRC. Other critics of the Report have cited lack of adequate consultation between IIBRC and the Kenyan public as the cause of their contest.1 General Views on the IIBRC Report The delimitation process and criteria adopted by IIBRC has been subjected to debate with remarks pitted against the proposed constituencies. (iv) The description of boundaries based on wards or sub-locations. The public hearings promoted advocacy. the proposals presented in the Report elicited several reactions from county to county. (iii) The treatment of Cities and urban areas in a similar way (definition of cities not agreed on). In particular. procedures and principles guiding the public hearings were determined and published beforehand. the public hearings afforded the IIBRC unrivalled opportunity on a nation-wide scale to engage in public information. and used verbatim audio-visual recordings of all the proceedings. IIBRC PROPOSALS AND EMERGING ISSUES 5. 5. IIBRC developed a Report “Delimitation of Constituencies and Recommendations on Local Authority Electoral Units and Administrative Boundaries for Districts and other Units”. provided for rapportuer‘s briefing notes and terms of reference. A Report from the Parliamentary Departmental Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs that was presented to parliament notably underscored several issues. However. civic education and receiving public views on issues related to its mandate. awareness-raising and building consensus on the electoral reform process.was public hearings.

whether there was public consultation or not. Muthaiga. Kitisuru Ward. A number of inconsistencies emerge with regard to constituencies /legal limits and interpretation of the legal population limits. In arriving at its review and variation of boundaries. (ii) Highridge/Westlands constituency will comprise of the following wards: -Westlands. (vii) There was nullification census results in eight (8) constituencies yet no clarity on their delineation was stipulated. special consideration for sparsely populated areas and qualitative factors such as geographical features and socio-economic factors. that there was no public participation. it appeared that the IIBRC had not undertaken consultations as required by the constitution (evidenced by the elicited intense public reaction following the gazettment of the boundaries). there are several documented evidences that indicate that there were public hearings that took place across the country. Nairobi primary school. Kileleshwa. Some experts on demographic issues have analyzed the IIBRC Report and noted that population limits are too tight to accommodate the wide variations in constituencies. Parklands Ward. Lavington. Highridge. Similarly. the constituency to be split into three constituencies namely: (i) Kilimani constituency which will comprise of the following wards: Kilimani. (iii) Kangemi constituency to comprise of the following 22 IIBRC Proposals Westlands Constituency Kangemi Ward. Proposals Related to Westlands Constituency  It was proposed that. IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries and Emerging Issues 4. Kilimani Ward and Kawangware Ward of Nairobi County.2. Latently. the argument brought forth was that the proposals on which each scenario that was used or applied in the delimiting of boundaries by IIBRC were never considered. Kenyatta market/Madaraka. Parklands.(vi) The creation or alteration of boundaries without taking into account geographical features and community interests. However. uppere hill. . Karura forest. Kangemi. city park. variations of constituencies in population and area. Mountain View Ward. 4. Kawangware Constituency Katina Ward.1 Nairobi County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on constituency boundaries Public Views 1.2 Public Views. Kileleshwa Ward and Highridge Ward of Nairobi County. Pangani/Cemetery area and Safari Park. there are memorandums through which the public presented their suggestions and opinions. and Mountain view ward. and (viii) Lastly.

(ii) Riruta Constituency will comprise of Ngando. Proposals related to Dagoretti Constituency  Proposed that. 2. and 3. the constituency to be split into three constituencies namely: 1.golfcourse constituency and it will comprise of Woodley ward and Kenyatta/golfcourse wards It was also proposed that the constituency to be split into two 23 Dagoretti Constituency Uthiru-Ruthimitu Ward. Proposals related to Langata Constituency It was proposed that. and the boundary be defined from Posta Jamhuri-Ngong road-KBC transmission station near Ngong road to institute of primate research linking Mbagathi river to Karen and Hardy estates. Karen Ward and Langata Ward of Nairobi County. Kanungaga. Woodley Ward. Mutuini. Mutuini Ward. Kirigu. Uthiru. Karen. the constituency be split into two constituencies namely: (i) Dagoreti South Constituency (ii) Dagoreti North Constituency  The proposal was that. Nairobi West Ward. Gatina. . Ayany. 2. Upper parklands. Sarango’mbe Ward. Langata. Lindi. Laini Sabaa. Mountain view ward. Waithaka Ward and Riruta Ward of Nairobi County Karen-Langata Constituency Mugumo-ini Ward. proposed Bomas and South C wards. Githembe. Mugumoini.national park . Loresho. Kenyatta and Golf course wards. Kinyanjui. Kitisuru. the constituency to be split into three constituencies namely: (i) Kenyatta Constituency will comprise of Woodley. Makina. Laini Saba and golf course wards. Kibera constituency on the east will comprise of Woodley. 3.South C. Kabiro.Wilson airport Nairobi West . Gichagi. Sarango‘mbe.wards: Kangemi Central. Waithaka and Kabira Wards. Ward and Lindi Ward of Nairobi County. KIA/Spring Valley and Waruku. Kenyatta Golf Course Ward. Kibra Constituency Makina Ward.  It was also proposed that Westlands be divided along Waiyaki way and again along ring road Westlands and down to St Xaviers‘s Catholic Church to yield 3 constituencies. Kawangware and Kamitha Wards. Woodley/Kenyatta. and the boundary be defined as running from railways bridge off Naivasha road to Nairobi Jamhuri show ground to Ngong river dividing Kibera and Otiende to Nairobi Dam-AP‘s camp to Nyayo roundabout back to railway bridge off Naivasha road. Ngando Ward. (iii) Waithaka constituency will comprise of Ruthimitu. Langata constituency on the west to comprise of Nairobi west.

2 km2. Maziwa. Mathare constituency to comprise of Mathare 4A/Utalii. Githurai.   Kasarani constituency to comprise of Kasarani. metrological up to the railway bridge. it was also proposed that. Kenya science teachers college. (ii) Mathare constituency. Secondly. Githurai Ward. Mwiki.8 km2.  Kasarani Constituency Njiru Ward. Roysambu Constituency Mathare North. and (iii) Kahawa constituency. Kariobangi and wards covering an area of 29. Kariobangi light industry and Roysambu Ward. the constituency be split 24 . Kahawa constituency to comprise of Kahawa West. Kariobangi. Roysambu and Garden Estate wards covering an area of 33. Zimmerman. kungu karumba road upto kibera drive at Rowland camp to polo road and Jamuhuri road upto railway bridge at Ngong road. Korogocho wards covering an area of 29. From the east starts from Mbagathi railway bridge upto city mortuary roundabout. the constituency to be sub-divided into three constituencies namely: (i) Kasarani constituency. Ruai Ward. Mwiki Ward and KasaraniWard of Nairobi County. Proposals related to Kasarani Constituency  It was proposed that.but with different naming:  Kibra North constituency and the boundary will start from city mortuary roundabout on the north and goes on along Ngong road then pass Uchumi hyper.  Nubian community as a minority group in Kibera requested a constituency to be created 4. On the east is from railway bridge at Mbagathi road upto Mbagathi roundabout at Langata road and along Langata road upto to mukinduri road at Langata police station and from the west is from Langata police station along forest edge road. Lucky Summer.6 km2. Thome. Ngomongo. Adams arcade. Babadogo.  Kibra South constituency and the boundary starts from railway bridge at Mbagathi road on the north and goes along railway line upto railway bridge at Ngong road near posta sports club. Kahawa Ward of Nairobi County. on the south starts at the railway bridge at the Ngong road then passes along the railway line upto the bridge at the Mbagathi road. impala club.

Kariokor and Pangani (new) wards. Mathare river up to Muranga road. kiamako and mathare north wards. Hospital(new). the constituency to be split into three Embakasi Constituency constituencies namely: 1. (iii) Nairobi central constituency 6. Utalii Ward and Babadogo station. Babadogo. Mathare North railway bridge then using railway boundary up to railway Ward. museum hill roundabout. 5. mabatini. I . Digo road. Muratina road. and the boundary will run from Muranga road. Mabatini. ngara west. Utalii. Ngei(new). Gitathuru river up to Kiambu road then Muthaiga Ward of Nairobi County. Ngara West. Proposals related to Starehe Constituency Starehe Constituency Proposals that starehe constituency be split into two Central Ward. Mathare North.  It was also proposed that alternatively. and (iv) Kasarani constituency to comprise of Kasarani. (ii) Kasarani constituency. Ngara East. central. and the boundary will run from Outering Kia Maiko Ward and Mabatini road. then back to Haile Sellasie avenue. Ward of Nairobi County. Pumwani road. huruma. Mathare 4A . Kariobangi and Korogocho wards. Proposals related to Embakazi Constituency It was proposed that. starehe be split into three constituencies namely::(i) Starehe constituency to comprise of ngara east. constituencies namely: Pumwani Ward. Uhuru highway up to the Korogocho Ward. roundabout. Githurai. Central West(new). b) Mathare Constituency will cover the following wards: Mathare Constituency Mathare. then HQs. Njiru constituency will cover the vast from Dandora. Huruma Ward. (i) Githurai constituency. Meru road. (ii) Mathare constituency to comprise of mathare. Kiamaiko wards. Kariokor Ward. forest Ruaraka Constituency road. Zimmerman. Thome.Imara Daima and Kwa Njenga Ward of Nairobi County 25 . Mwiki. Maziwa. Muranga road up to Mathare river down to Muratina road up to Juja road and then back to Outering road. Ngara West Ward and Ngara East Ward of a) Starehe Constituency will cover the following wards: Nairobi County. Huruma and Mathare Ward. Pangani road roundabout. Central East. pangani and ziwani wards.into two constituencies using Thika road as the boundary right from Muthaiga roundabout up to Githurai roundabout. Roysambu and Garden Estate wards. (iii) Githurai constituency to comprise of Kahawa West.

Proposals related to Makadara constituency  The constituency be split into two constituencies namely:a) Makadara/Viwandani constituency to comprise of South B. Tassia and Kamulu wards. Embakasi constituency will cover Kwa Njenga.Lumumba Ward. Savannah. and Mihango Wards. Makongeni and Kaloleni wards. Mihango Constituency Njiru constituency will constitute Njiru. Saika and Ngondo wards.  That. Proposals related to Kamukunji Constituency  Option 1 The constituency be split into three constituencies namely: 26 Umoja Constituency Umoja I Ward. Kayole Embakasi Ward. and Mihango Ward of Nairobi Embakasi constituency will constitute Embakasi. Land Mawe Ward. Kayole Constituency Komarock Ward. Njiru and Ruai wards. viwandani and Harambee wards.  The existing boundaries in the administrative units should remain and be used as the boundaries for the proposed subdivisions of the constituency and Likoni road should be the boundary of the two constituencies. Kwa County Njenga and Imara Daima Wards. Kayole constituency will cover Umoja I. 7. Mbotela. Eastleigh South Ward. 2. Nairobi South. proposed Soweto. 3. Umoja constituency will constitute Umoja 1. Mbotela Ward and Makongeni Ward of Nairobi County. Pipeline. 2. it was propsed that. Umoja II. Savannah. . Dandora Area III Ward and Dandora Area IV Ward of Nairobi County. Kariobangi South. 8. b) Nairobi South constituency to comprise of Hazina. and Kamarock wards. Lumumba. Umoja II Ward. Umoja 2. 4. Kimathi Ward. 3. Viwandani Ward. Kayole central wards. proposed Mukuru Kwa Reuben. Dandora 3. Kayole south. Further. Kayole South and Komarock Wards. Dandora Area I Ward. Dandora 4. Airport and Mihango wards. Utawala. Land Mawe. Dandora Area II Ward. Kariobangi south wards. proposed Mowlem. 2. Hamza. Kariobangi South Ward and Harambee Ward of Nairobi County. Ofafa Ward. the three constituencies have there natural boundaries of Kangundo road for Kayole. Savanna Ward North. Kamukunji Constituency Eastleigh North Ward. Hamza. Imara Daima. however Njiru and Embakasi shall border by Kangundo road after leaving Kayole at Ngong river after Njiru. Maringo. Kayole North Ward and Kayole South Ward of Dandora constituency will constitute Dandora 1. Kayole North. the constituency to be split into four constituencies namely: 1. Ruai. Njiru and Ngong river for Kayole and Embakasi.IV wards. Makadara Constituency Nairobi South Ward. Kariobangi Constituency Kariobangi North Ward. Dandora Nairobi County.

Muthurwa-Shauri Moyo.  Option 2 The constituency be split into two constituencies namely. Kimathi and Bahati wards. Uhuru. bondeni. Eastliegh South. Carlifonia.(i) Eastleigh constituency. Muthurwa. b) Kamukunji constituency to comprise Kumukunji. Shauri Moyo. 27 . a) Eastleigh/Pumwani constituency to comprise of the following wards: Pumwani. Eastleigh North and Eastleigh Airbase wards. Uhuru (ii) Pumwani constituency and Ward and Air Base Ward of (iii) Kamukunji constituency Nairobi County.

Economical and cultural ties were closely scrutinized. (ii) Not all interested parties were consulted. Historical. Historical. 17. The constituency should have been split into five 28 . it emerged that:The population quota was not well used in the sub-division of the constituency. In relation to Embakasi constituency. It was alleged that the residents are opposed to the name ‗Kawangware‘ for the new constituency as it doesn‘t represent the will of the people and the area‘s history. the names of some wards and boundaries need to be changed or preserved to upload community wishes. More so. it emerged that:(i) since Nairobi is highly populated. it is under represented and needs an one more addition of constituency. It also emerged that not all interested parties were consulted. The Community of interest.(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Nairobi County (iii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) It emerged that the use of the population Quota and other parameters has given this county the appropriate number of constituencies that is. As concerns Dagoretti Constituency. Economical and Cultural Ties were not observed in the drawing the boundaries. and (iv) That the people also desire to retain Woodley ward in Dagoretti instead of moving it to Kibra Constituency. (iii) Community of interest.

Frere Town Ward.constituencies using the formula of quota + maximum deviation per constituency. Proposals related Kisauni Constituency  The following 2 proposals were presented. Kisauni Constituency (Follow Kisauni Division Boundary). 3. Kongowea Ward of connecting to Sheikh Abdalla Farsy Avenue to coast and Mombasa County. Ward. Junda Ward. Airport Ward. Jomvu Constituency Jomvu Kuu Ward. ii.Portreitz Ward. 1. Timbwani Ward and Shika Adabu Ward of Mombasa County. island part of the Makupa causeway starting from Jomo Maweni Ward. Kipevu Ward. Mzizima Constituency – Boundary right from the Shanzu Ward. Likoni Ward. Mwakirunge Ward and Bamburi Ward of Mombasa County  Nyali Constituency i. Changamwe o Jomvu constituency comprising of : Jomvu kuu Ward. Kisauni Constituency will comprise of the remaining part of the current Kisauni Constituency. it was proposed that: Kisauni Constituency Mjambere Ward. 4. Magongo Ward. and divide the wards as proposed by the leaders and constituents. Airport Ward and Changamwe Ward. and Mikindani Ward of Mombasa County.393 people per constituency. Bofu Ward. Kipevu/chaani Ward. Secondly. iii.2.2 Mombasa County (i) Public Views Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Changamwe Constituency Port Reitz Ward. Proposals related to Changamwe Constituency  It was propsed that Changamwe constituency be split into two: o Changamwe Constituency (current) . Nyali-Mkomani Kenyatta Avenue upto Ronald Ngala Road Junction (77) Ward. Iritini Ward. Kongowea Constituency (Follow Kongowea Boundary). Mikindani Ward and Kwa Shee Ward 2. Likoni Constituency Mtongwe Ward. Proposals related to Likoni Constituency  It was proposed that Likoni Constituency Remain as it is currently. hence giving 186. and Miritini Ward of Mombasa County. 29 . first: i. ii. Bamburi constituency (Follow Bamburi Division Boundary). turn right along Kisauni road connecting back with Jomo Kenyatta Avenue going down to Digo road moving straight down Nyerere avenue upto Likoni ferry bus terminus.

Makadara. Shimanzi ward. Tudor Four two as indicated below: Ward.  Constituency 2: Tudor Estate ward. Mji wa Kaleindicated. King‟orani 2. Mvita Constituency Ward. Tononoka 1. Kizingo Ward  Constituency 1: Kizingo. Proposals related to Mvita constituency Mvita Constituency The first proposal was to split the constituency (Island) into Tudor Estate Ward. King‘orani  Constituency 3: Bondeni. Mji Wa Kale constituency Ward. Mwembe Tayari Ward. though the proposed names were not given. Makadara Ward. Tononoka. Majengo Ward. Shimanzi Ward. Tudor four ward. Mji wa and Ganjoni Ward of Mombasa kale. 30 . The second proposal was to plit the constituency into 3 as Bondeni Ward. Majengo  No specific names of these three constituencies were given. Mwembe Tayari. Old Town.4. County.

Mombasa as part of the coast region has been marginalized and needs to be protected.(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Mombasa County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) It emerged out that Mombasa county has 939. with less given to areas with high populations. the distribution of new constituencies is skewed. 31 . Thus.370 people but only 2 constituencies were created.

Mangawani. Simba and Golini to be Matuga Constituency. Vuga Ward. Mkomba and Msangani. Puma 32 . Samburu Ward. Makamini Ward. Ukunda Ward. Mbuguni Ng’ombeni Ward. But if Simba and Golini is taken to Kubo Constituency it won‘t be fine for the residents. Lukore. Mivumoni Ward. Kilimangondo and Mwena wards Mackinon Road Ward should remain as part of Kinango District/Constiuency in the county council of Kwale and should NOT be moved to Voi municipality. Prosposals given related to Msambweni Constituency The proposal was to split the Constituency into two as indicated below:  Msambweni Constituency ( from River Mwachema to River Ramisi). Mazumalume Ward. Proposals Related to Kinango Constituency Two proposals given: Maintain Status quo. Kinondo Ward. Kinondo.3 Kwale County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals IIBRC Proposals Msambweni Constituency Gombato-Bongwe Ward. Kubo South Ward.(it should include Msambweni. Mbuguni. Mkongani. Mangawani Ward.Kinango Constituency and Samburu Constituency. Kinango Ward. Waa. Dzombo. Msambweni Ward. Ziwani Ward. Mkongani to be division Tiribe. Mwamgunga Ward. Kingwende-Shirazi. Chengoni Ward. Ward and PongweKidimu Ward of Kwale County. Proposals related to Matunga Constituency Proposed to create two constituencies: Matuga Constituency starting near Likoni upto Lunga Lunga. Another proposal was that Kubo be divided into Ng‘ombeni.  Kubo constituency comprising Maluwamba. Ndavaya Ward. Tiwi. Kasemeni. Vanga. or  Divide Kinango Constituency into two:. Mwavumbo Ward. Kikoneni. Matuga Constituency Mwalupamba Ward. Mvumoni. Kingwede shirazi wards). Kwale Ward of Kwale County Kinango Constituency Mackinnon Ward. Vigurungani Ward. Mwaluvanga and Mashimoni. Mkongani Ward. 1. Gombato. Waa Ward and Tiwi Ward.  Lunga Lunga Constituency (River Ramisi to Tanzania border) – to comprise of Pongwe Kidimu. Ukunda. Taru Ward. Mwena Ward and Kilima-Ngondo Ward and Dzombo Ward of Kwale County.(i) Public Views 4. Kikoneni Ward. 3. Lunga Lunga Constituency Vanga Ward. 2. Kasemeni West Ward.2. Mtaa Ward. NgoliniVyongwani Ward. Kasemeni-Sega Ward.

Ward. Gandini Ward. Mwatate Ward and Kasemeni East Ward of Kwale County. (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Kwale County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major issue was raised against the IIBRC proposals. 33 .

Matsangoni Location. Kilifi Township. Ziani Ward. Proposal 1: Split Bahari constituency into Bahari and Kikambala/Chonyi constituencies. Mwambe Kati. Pingilikani/Kadzinuni. Junju South. b) Kilifi Central.Mavueni/Mkongani Locations 2. Ziani. 2. Matsangoni Locations. Roka Location. Chasimba. . 3. Bahari South . Takaungu/Mavueni. Mavueni/Mkongani.  Kikambala: To include the rest of the of Kikambala and Chonyi divisions Proposal 3: 1.to stretch from Mbogolo River all the way to Matsangoni. 34 Kilifi South Constituency Mnarani Ward.Will Be Based on Kikambala Division comprising of the Following Locations. Roka Ward. Kilifi west . Mwarakaya Ward. Proposals related to Bahari Constituency Six proposals came up from the presentations. Chasimba Ward. Hospital-Sokoni Ward of Kilifi County. Mwarakaya. Junju North Ward.will cover Kilifi Town. Ngerenya. Ngala Ward. Bahari . Ngerenya Location. Chasimba. Roka. 1. Junju.will be comprised of Mbogolo DivisionTakaungu. Tezo Location. Proposal 2:  Bahari . Junju South Ward. Shimo la Tewa Ward of Kilifi County. Ziani/Ngombeni. Proposal 4: Split Bahari into. Junju North Locations. Kijipwa. Kilifi north . Ziani. Shauri Moyo-Takaungu Ward. Kibarani Ward. Mtepeni.will cover. Mtondia. 1. Ngerenya Ward.will be made of Kibarani Division. Junju Bandara Salama. c) Kilifi North . Shimo La Tewa. Kanamai Ward. and Chonyi Division-Mwarakaya.4 Kilifi County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on constituency boundaries IIBRC Proposals Kilifi Constituency Matsangoni Ward. Dzitsoni. a) Kilifi South . Kilifi south .(i) Public Views 4.will cover Mtwapa. Mavueni-Mkongani Ward. Mtepeni Locations. Manrani. Mwarakaya.2. Chasimba Locations. Proposal 5. Tezo. Mnarani Locations. Mtepeni Ward.will cover Bandara Salama.will cover Mtwapa.

Vitengeni. Mwanamwinga. Kaloleni. Dungicha. 35 . Kaloleni South Ward. Jibana. Proposals realted to Kaloleni Constituency Kaloleni . Proposals related to Ganze Constituency Ganze Constituency Mitanganyi Ward. Ruruma Ward. Sokoke and Ndigiria-Bandari Ward and Dida Locations and. Mariakani Ward and Mwanawinga Mariakani . palakumi. Ndigiria. Kambe. Ganze. Mitangoni locations. Proosal 6: Split Bahari constituency into 1) Kilifi North and 2) Kilifi South Constituencies 2. Chumani. Rabai Constituency Kawala Ward. Gede South Ward. Gede Ward. Vitengeni Ward. Mitangoni. Palakumi Ward of Kilifi County. locations. jaribuni. 4. Dungicha The following proposal was presented:Ganze Ward. and Watamu Town Ward. Roka. Jilore Ward. Ribe. Matsangoni locations. Bandari. Split the current Ganze constituency into.  Proposed to split Malindi constituency into Malindi Madunguni Ward. namely.would comprise of the following locations namely.will cover the following Sokoke Ward.  That the Jaribuni ward. Kaloleni Constituency Kaloleni 13 Tsangatsini Ward. Mwahera. Maweni Ward. Kambe. Jibana. Kibarani/Majaoni. Jibana Ward. Mtsara wa tsatsu. Lango Baya Ward.Hospital/Sokoni. and Kayafungo Locations. Gede North Ward. Vyambani. b) Ganze constituency . Mugumo-waPatsa Ward. Kambe Ward.  Solution of disputes in Kauma Jaribuni wards. Rabai Part Ward and Mwaweza Ward of Kilifi County. Ngala. Ndege. Kaloleni. Kaliang‟ombe Ward. And Kayafungo Locations. Bamba. Ribe. Mwanamwinga. Malimo Ward. Mrima Wa Ward. Kaloleni North Ward. Ribe Ward. Mrima wa Ndege Kauma-Jaribuni Ward. Constituency and Galana Constituencies. Kayafungo Ward. and in Mwahera location. Bamba Ward. Ngerenya. a) Vitengeni Constituency . Ganda-Mkaomoto Proposal 2: Ward. be retained in Ganze Constituency.would comprise of the following locations Ward of Kilifi County. Proposal related to Malindi Constituency Malindi Constituency Proposal 1: Chakama Ward. And Konjora Loctions and Roka Divisions. 3.be composed of Kauma. Mwahera Ward.

Bungale Ward. Dagamra Ward. 36 . Malindi North Ward. Proposal related to Magarini Constituency (i) No proposals were presented. Merge the Malindi and Magarini constituencies then split them into:i. Shella Ward. Fundi-Issa Ward. ii. There was however a variation in the naming of the wards.e. Magarini Constituency Adu Ward. Magarini East Ward and Marereni Ward of Kilifi County. Malindi Central Ward. Magarini Constituency  The residents wanted the constituency split into two. Gongoni Ward. Magarini West Ward. Kijiwetanga Ward and Barani Ward of Kilifi County. Malindi and Magarini then split them into three constituencies. and iii. 5. Galana Constituency. Malindi and Galana constituency. Malindi constituency. Garashi Ward.  Another option was to merge the existing two constituencies i. Marafa Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Kilifi County 37 .

Saka ward.Comprised of Mbalambala and Nanighi Mbalambala ward of Tana River Divisions District. All locations to be granted their electoral autonomy 2. Waldena ward. Bura ward. Madogo South Proposals 1: ward. Milalulu ward. . Wayu ward.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issue came as concerns the IIBRC boundary proposals and names for the new constituencies.5 Tana River County (i) Public Views Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals 1. Sala ward. Kipini West ward. and (ii) Madogo . Garsen South (ii) Garsen constituency ward of Tana River County. 38 Galole Constituency Zubaki-Mikinduni ward. Chifiri Ward. Kamaguru ward. (i) Bura . Wayu. Proposals related to Bura Constituency Split the Constituency into two as indicated below: Bura Constituency Chewele ward.Comprised of Galiai. Kipao and Mwina ward.2. Proposals related to Galole Constituency Proposal 1: (i) Hive parts of Galole and Garsen Constituencies to create a new one as indicated below: (ii) Proposed Gale Dertu Constituency: To cover all areas on the western part of Galole and Assa. Bilisa ward. Nanighi ward. Proposals related to Garsen Constituency It was proposed that Garsen constituency be split into: Garsen Constituency Kipini East ward. Assa ward. Chewani-Kiarukungu ward. Ndura ward. kalikacha Locations of Garsen Constituency. and Kinakomba ward of Tana River County. Ndera ward. 4. Proposal 2: (i) Split Galole Constituency to create Wenje Constituency 3. and Garsen Central ward. Waldena. Chifiri. Gwano ward. Kilelengwani.Comprised of Hirimani Divisions Bangale ward. Shirikisho ward. Salama(i) Chaffa constituency. Hirimani ward.

Kiunga. Kiangwi. Mbalambala Locations. MkomaniThe status quo be maintained i. Madogo. Mvunduni. Sendeni. Mapenya Ward. Bangale Kamaguru Locations) (iii) Bura . Boundary between Bura and Madogo Constituencies to start from Mbalambala to Chwele following the existing divisional and Locational boundaries. Mangai. Marereni. Kiunga Ward and Basuba ndau and Kiwayuu. currently.Include Kisiwa cha Pate. Barigoni.Include Kililana. Milimani. Central Ward. It was proposed that two constituencies be created: Siyu-Pate Ward. Proposals related to Lamu West Constituency Lamu West Constituency Hindi-Magogoni Ward. (ii) (iii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Tana River County Emerging Issues (According to the JLA Report) No major issue was raised as concerns the proposed boundaries by IIBRC for the Tana River County. Mkononi. Nanighi. Langoni Ward.Comprised of Bura.Comprised of Hirimani. 39 . Kizingitini West i. 2. Hongwe Ward. Magogoni. Mokowe Ward. Baasuba .6 Lamu County (i) Public Views 1.2. Lamu East constituency. Barani constituency. Shella Manda Ward. Rubu. Ward. and Ward of Lamu County. Support quest for sisterconstituencies of Garsen and Galole to be split. 4. Proposals related to Lamu East Constituency Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Lamu East Constituency Faza-Tchundwa Ward. ii. Ndau Ward. Kiongwe Proposal 1: Ward.e boundaries remain as they are Matondoni Ward. Ishakani upto Somali boarder.Proposal 2: Split into two as follows: (ii) Duresa .

It should include Bargoni. Baharini Ward.Cover Hindu and the proposed Langoni and Mkomani Divisions  Lamu west constituency – Cover Witu. (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Lamu County 40 . Dide Waride Ward and Witu Ward of Lamu County. Mpeketoni and the proposed Mkunumbi divisions Proposed the creation of a special ward in Lamu Couty council for the marginalized Boni Minority ethnic community. Ndununi. It is proposed Boni ward should be created for Boni Bajuni Mkunumbi Ward.Proposal 2: Split Lamu West constituency into:  Lamu Central constituency.

Ingoja ng‘ombe. (i) Public Views 4. Proposals related to voi Constituency Voi Constituency Proposal 1. 1. Mwafungu S. Kirutai Ward and Marungu Voi constituency. Vigegu kwa Kena ya mwafuali. Maktau Ward and Mwachabo Ward of TaitaTaveta County. Voi Central Ward. Rong‟e Juu Ward. Ngolia Ward. and ii. Mwakishalua. Chawia mruru. Mahoo Ward and Mata Ward of Taita-Taveta County. historical. Voi. Secondly that Community of interest. Proposals related to Wundanyi constituency  No Proposals submitted Wundanyi constituency Wundanyi Ward. Mwatate Stage. mwatate S. Zungula Juu. Werugha Ward. Mboghoni Ward. Ronge Nyika water intake. kwa mwakishalua. 4. Mgeno. Proposals related to Taveta Constituency  No proposals on the electoral boundaries given 2. Estate.S. kanisa Morice. Mbololo Ward. Taveta North Ward. Mwatate Ward. Peleleza road. Kungu.7 Taita Taveta County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Taveta Constituency Chala-Njukini Ward. Chawia-Kishamba Ward. Ward of Taita-Taveta County. Mbale Ward. Kitobo-Kimorigho Ward.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) Issues that came up were general in nature referring to all islands in the Indian Ocean and Lake Victoria. Makajini. Kirutai.2. Voi constituency and West Ward. Kighononyi Ward. ngerenyi. It was argued that Geographical features are spread out in large areas separated by water bodies. Mwatate Constituency Bura Ward. Taveta South Ward. 3. Proposals related to Mwatate Constituency  The proposal was to split the Constituency into two as indicated below: i. Voi North East Ward. Economic and cultural ties were not considered in the first review and lastly that these areas are difficulty to access. Wumingu-Kishushe Ward. Proposal 2  Split Voi constituency to form Voi 41 Town . Voi South Ward. Ronge (To follow. Mwatate. mnyichi Kishamba mbumbunyi. Ron‟ge Kati Ward. Kasigau Ward. and Mwanda-Mghange Ward of TaitaTaveta County. Sagala  Split Voi constituency to form Voi Town Ward. Nanak quarry. Voi River.

going west to Ngulia Safari lodge. Southwards up to MtwaMwagoti following Msau River. through Voi Municipality up to Tsavo National Park at Sala Gate. Split Voi constituency to: a) Taita central b) Taita East New Tausa constituency to be curved from Tausa and Mwambirwa (from Voi constituency and Mwatete division of Mwatate constituency and Paranga which is in Wundanyi Constituency. Proposal 3  constituency to form Voi west constituency to comprise of Mwambirwa and Tausa Divisions and parts of Rong‘e Kati proceeding from Mtito Andei based on the 1963 demarcations. Maungu. and Split Voi Voi East Constituency to comprise of Parts of Voi Municipality and Sagalla. and Kasiagu. Ngalia.to cover area of Voi municipal jurisdiction including Kirutai. and Voi North East ward Voi Rural ConstituencyCover Mbololo. Remain as it is  Proposal 4  Proposal 5  Proposal 6  42 . Voi west.constituency. Voi central.

43 .(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Taita Taveta County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major issue emerged as a result of the proposals presented by IIBRC in the first review.

Garissa County Council-Boralgi. Garissa Ndogo. 2. Kamuthe. Garissa Ndogo. Shimbireye ward. Mansabubu. (iii) Wards for Garisaa South : Garissa Municipal Council. (iv) Garissa Municipal Council. To split Dujis into Dujis and Garissa North Constituencies iii). Wards for Garissa North: Garissa MunicipalMarket ward. Balambala ward. Shimbirey ward. Mashambani ward. Galmagalla. Bura. To split Dujis into Garissa Town (or south) and Balambala constituency and for Balambala constituency to be composed of balambala division. Welmerer. Market ward. Biashara ward. Korkora. Danyere ward. Kamuthe. Balambala Constituency Balambala ward. Kora kora ward. Bulla ward. Bulla ward. Balambala Ward. Saka ward. Sankuri ward. Korkora wards.2.Garissa County Council.Sankuri. Bor‘algi. Proposals Related to Lagdera Constituency 44 Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Dujis Constituency Biashara ward.Garrisa Couty Council. Jarajilla ward and Saka ward of Garissa County. Sambul-Garissa Municipal. Danyere. Sankuri/Raya ward. Dujis and Garissa Central Constituencies. Jamhuri ward. Stadium ward. Garissa County Council. Jamuhuri ward. Hagardera. Bullagolol.8 Garissa County (i) Public Views 1. Saka ward. Mashambani. while the former Dujis constituency will be comprised of Central Division which includes Garissa Municipality. To split Dujis into Garissa and Garissa South Constituencies iv). Fafi.4. To split the constituency plit into two. the following proposals were made. Korakora Division and Sankuri Division On the wards. warabe. Proposals Related to Dujis Constituency Four proposals were made as follows: i). Wards for proposed Garissa central constituencies:Biashara ward. Nanighi. Shimbireye. ii). (v) Sambul ward to be calved from Stadium ward. Jamhuri ward. Stadium ward. (vi) Maendeleo ward Added to Garissa Municipal Council. Market ward. Bulla ward. Danyere ward. Mashambani ward. Yumbis. Stadium. Bouralgi and ward. i). Sambul ward. Lagdera Constituency . Danyere division and the proposed Saka Division. Jarajilla ii).

vii). Damajale ward and Liboi ard of Garissa County. Baraki ward and ShantaAbak ward. Proposals Related to Fafi Constituency Fafi Constituency Two proposals were made : i). Have the eastern bank of the Tana River stretching from Korakora to Garasweinow be part of the planned Dagega district/constituency. To re-define the larger Garissa district to come up with ward. Benane Locations Dagahley ward. Dertu. ix). Make the River Tana to the west of Fafi constituency the border for Tana River district. Bulagololl Ward. Galmagala constituencies. Abakile. Gurufa and Dujis constituency. Dadaab Lagdera West constituency. all Yumbis ward and Fafi ward. ward. Have the eastern bank of the Tanariver stretching from Garissa bridge to KoraKora to be part of Fafi. Nanighi ward. Damajale locations and Kumahumato ward.Comprised of Garufa. Sankuri. v). Lagdera constituency to be split into:Lagdera constituency ward.Tokojo. Jarajilla ward. Goreale. Bura. including the centres of Boulargy. Galmagalla and Bulla golol divisions for the new Dagega District. Dujis and Fafi constituencies to 45 .Two proposals were made : Benane ward. viii).B. Create Nanighi. korakora and join with Jarajila) iii). Lagdera constituency to be split into:Lagdera East constituency. vi). Bura ward. Wellmarere three constituencies as follows: Hagardere ward. 3. Dagega Constituency: To cover Galmagalla Division and the vast Bura. N. Maalim ward. Eldere. Daadab Constituency Kumahumato. ii). Ilan. Garissa stretching from the left flank of Garissa bridge. Mansabubu.Kulan Liboi. Maalimin. Modogashe i). Labisigale ward. centres to the right of Kismayu road. Mbalambala and Danyere divisions for the new Garissa district. iv). Garissa Constituency: Eastern bank of the tana stretching from the right flank of Garissa bridge to Danyere be part of new Garissa Constituency/district Create Garissa. To split the Constituency into two Fafi and Jarajilla Mansabubu ward. Dertu ward. Abakaile ward. Boundaries between Lagdera. Baraki. Alango Arba. Fafi Constituency: Hive off half of central division of ward. Labisigale. Dadaab. ward. ii). Dagahaley.Comprised of Madogashe. Saka.

The big clans each have a constituency while small clans have only one between them. Hulugho Constituency comprising of Hulugho division. It was claimed that the historical ties of Abdulla community were ignored. b) Fafi Constituency An issue was raised concerning the boundaries between Fafi and Ijara. The population of 92. Ruqa ward. a) Ijara Constituency It was observed that there was discrimination of small clans.000 in an area of 11. Niqha. Hadhi up to Daresaalam location. Ananoto. handaro ward. in order to promote peace.be clearly demarcated. Korisa ward. the Geographical features such as a major river running through the constituency was not considered.323 sq Km. Warsame. Proposals Related to Ijara Constituency Two proposals were made : i). should have warranted a extra constituency. Ijara South ward. Sangole ward. Galmagalla. Gababa. c) Dujis Constituency An observation was made that IIBRC did not take into account the geographical features in the constituency. entire Sangailu division and Songole location. Bothai. Elkabore location. the Formula used to come up with protected constituency was 46 . Further. Galma Galla and Amuma Divisions. There was concern over means of communication with poor road network in the constituency. (ii) (iii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Garisa County Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) Ijara Constituency Masalani ward. Ijara ward. Hulughop ward and Hadi ward. The constituency to be split into two constituencies namely.  Sangailu constituency which will constitute of Hulugho. Further there is a minority group (the Boni and Abdulla) who have no representation. Masalani division. Masalani and Kotile divisions. Ijara. Ruqa division and Kotile division upto Wema location ii). entire Bodhai division upto the Boni forest and parts of Jarajilla. And lastly. Kotile ward. Sakar. It was also observed that the boundary between North Eastern province and Coast province need to be addressed. Ruqa Adhal and parts of Amuma currently under Fafi constituency but originally were under Ijara. The constituency to be split into two constituencies namely:  Ijara constituency has the existing constituency which will constitute Garasweinow. Sangilu ward. Ijara Constituency comprising of Ijara division.

to cover Ogorji. Boji Heri-Garse Ward. vi).Cover Lensayu and Lakoole 2. and Walensatutu. Logbogol North Ward. vii). Adadi Jole. Proposals Related to Wajir West Constituency  Two proposals were made : i). v).to cover Ajawa location.Fatuma Nur and Kurman Locations)Ward. To split Wajir North to Eldas constituency and Wajir North constituency  On the wards. Split Wajir West Constituency to Hadado constituency – comprising of Hadado and Adamasajida divisions.2. Ogorji. 1.Griftu Constituency comprising of Griftu and Arbajahan and Eldas constituency comprising of Eldas. Wagalla Ward. Arbjahan Ward and Athibohol Ward. Garsaakey and Chibder.Ademasajida Ward.to cover Buna and Malkaggufu. Korondille Ward. Tulatula Ward. Hadado Ward. Ganyure Ward. Bute Ward. Danaba. Godoma Ward and Gurara Ward. To split Wajir North to Buna constituency and Bute constituency iii). Proposals Related to Wajir North Constituency  Three proposals were made : i). Buna.to cover Danaba and Qudama locations. Batalu ward (Follow Butala location wards)Bute – to cover Bute.termed as unclear. iv). Batalu ward. Korondille. Commission did not use all parameters provide in Article 89 of the Constitution. Ajawa Ward. Danaba ward. (i) Public Views 4. and Makutano. Anole and Elnur 47 Wajir West Constituency Griftu Part (Griftu Township. Matho. iii). Lensayu. Ingirir-to cover Ingirir. Split Wajir West Constituency to Eldas constituency(maintain the current Eldas district boundaries) and Wajir West constituency (maintain the current Wajir West district District boundaries).to cover Gurar location. For the Constituency to remain the same ii). Ajawa. ii). It only applied the population quota. Lensayu Ward. Bute Goda. the following proposals were made: i).9 Wajir County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Wajir North Constituency Buna Ward. viii).to over Korondille. ii). North Eastern Province did not have a protected constituency. Eldas Constituency . Gurar.

Lakoley South Ward. ◦ Kotulo wards consisting of Kotulo and Boji Garas locations. Wajir. Shanta Abaq. Wagberi ward. Wajir pri and sec sch.Consisting of Elben and Mansa locations and Ogoralle ward. Bor and Khorof Divisions. ◦ Mansa ward consisting of Mansa and Ogoralle locations. Biad and El Yunis Locations) Ward. Bojiyare 3.Comprising of Central. Griftu central.  Ward Proposals Reinstate the following wards Lolakuta North. Kukale wards. El Nur Ward and Basir Ward of Wajir County. Awale. Boji Heri. Wargadud Ward and Lafaley Ward of Wajir County. and Wajir Bor Ward and Khorof-Harar  Wajir East Constituency. Subdivision of Wagalla to Wagalla Central and North.Ward. Mathow wards. Baji.Griftu Part (Balatul Amin. Creation of Jira. Eldas Ward. and ◦ Gunana wards. Township Ward. Barmish. Wajir –Bor division and Khorof Harar divisions And the following wards were proposed under this option: Elben ward. Jogbaru Ward. Aden Dela Ward. Ministry of water camp and Wajir district Hospital. Sarman and Kutulo division. ◦ Airport – Comprising of Maalim salat. ◦ Ali Maow Comprising Maow and Hodhan location. Proposals Related to Wajir East Constituency Wajir East Constituency It was proposed t split Wajir East Constituency into:  Tarbaj constituency. The following wards were proposed under this proposal. ◦ Wajir air port. Dambas Ward. ◦ Halane – Comprising Halane and Godade location. Elmi sub location.Comprising of Tarbaj. Griftu Township. Sarman Ward Elben Ward. Garse. Kutulo division and Tarbaj divisions.Constiting of Gunana and Burmayo locations It was also prposed to split wajir East Constituency into: (i) Wajir East Constituency comprising of the entire Mansa division.Consisting of Ogoralle and Bur Mayo division Tarbaji Constituency Tarbaj Ward. Mansa. 48 . Barwako Ward. and (ii) Wajir Central Constituency comprising of Central Division.

Benane Ward and Dadaja Bulla Ward. Lag-Boghol South Ward. Kursi. Macheza. Wajir-Bor South. Abakore Ward. Dilmanyale Ward. Burder CentralLelehey. Tesorie. Wajir-Bor South and Kulaaley divisions. Hambalash. Sabule Ward. Kulaaley Ward. Argani. Gerilley.  The following wards to be created: Burder West. Ndege Ward. Habaswein Township Wajir South Constituency Burder Ward. 4. Proposals Related to Wajir South Constituency  The constituency to be split into two constituencies namely: Habaswein constituency to be created out of the current constituency and it will constitute of Habaswein. Salel Maa. 49 .locations. Dagahley. Burder East. Meri. Kibilai Ward. Sabule. Shalekey. Ibrahim Ure Ward. Diif Ward. Benane divisions and Wajir South constituency which will constitute Diif. Sarif.

Second that Geographical expanse of the constituency should have been taken into account. the use of projected population was disputed. 50 . sparsely populated and urban areas were not defined by IIBRC. Third. The emerging issues were: first that the means of communication in the constituency should have be considered. and lastly.(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Wajir County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Wajir South Constituency.

Proposals Related to Mandera West Constituency Mandera West Constituency Takaba North Ward. Ashabito Ward. Wargadud East Proposed constituency boundaries to follow the Locations). Derkale South. Elwak South Degodia. Kutulo North Central constituency. Ashabito. Ward.b) Wajir East It emerged that the expanse of the constituency was not considered. Minority of interest was not taken into consideration.2. Guba. choroqo. Ward. poor food South of Mandera County. the Census results were used. sarman. Kutulo Ward and Kutulo Infrastructural conditions. dimtu. Malka Mari. Keliwe Hiri Ward. Shimbir Fatuma Ward. Shirshir Rhamu Dimtu. Takaba South  The constituency to be split into two to produce: (i) Mandera North constituency to be curved out from the Ward. Lulis . Wargadud Ward Part (Wargadud Town. Poor health care. Proposals Related to Mandera Central Constituency Mandera North Constituency Proposal made:Rhamu Ward. and Ward. Malkamari Ward and Guba Ward  Proposed Wards to be be created: of Mandera County. boundaries of the 2 districts in the current Mandera Fincharo Ward. Derkale Ward. towfig. kubi. shantoley. hullow. Banisa West. Murule and Gareh communities. 51 Banisa Constituency Mandera South Constituency   . Yabicho Ward Rhamu Dimtu  Split the Constituency into two:(i) Mandera North Constituency (To cover Rhamu. 2. Malkamari and Ashabito divisions.10 Mandera County (i) Public Views Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals 1. Guticha Ward. Second. current Mandera central and . Eymole Ward. orgowein. and lastly. Marothile Ward. kalicha. gofa. Ola Ward and Wargadud (ii) Mandera Central Constituency (To cover Kutulo. makaruqu. Qalaqalesa. tulla doday. garsey. Gither ward and Dandu Ward. Girissa Ward. Goljo. 4. security and literacy levels key issues necessitating a split. Derkale North. Ward. Ward Part (Quramadow location) of Mandera County. (ii) Mandera West –will comprise of the current RhamuBanisa Ward. Eymole. Elwak and Shimbir Fatuma Divisions)  Proposed Mandera North constituency to cater for the Elwak North Ward. Kiliwehuri. Malkamari Divisions).

Qalaanqaleesa. and  Banisa constituency will consist of banissa malkamari. Ward.(iii) All the memoranda analyzed propose the creation of Mandera North Constituency as a matter of urgency and utmost necessity. Lebehia division. Rhmu. Central division. Barwako Ward. Bulla Jamhuria Proposal 1.  Daua constituency will have central mandera.1 Ward. Ashabito. Elwak. Jilaow location. Proposal 2. Hareri Hosle Ward. Lafey Ward. Arabia location and Omar. Sala Location. Finno. Warankara Ward. Kutulo. libahiya. takaba. Hareri will be based on Khalalio division. Dandu. Dasheng Wante Ward).and kiliwe Hirri divisions. Aressa Ward. Burabor Ward.  Khalalio constituency Proposal 5  Create Dawa Constituency 52 . ◦ Mandera East constituencies Mandera east constituency Libehia Ward.  Mandera east will be composed of the following divisions lafey. Bella Ward. Ward.  Mandera West will be comprised of the following divisions. Kalalio Ward.will be based on Lafey Division. B. hareri Ward. Waranqara. Wargadud Ward. on the eastern side will be the Somali border. Split Mandera East Constituency into:  Mandera central will be comprised of the following divisions. Fino Location. Fino Ward and Sala Ward of Mandera County. Township Split Mandera East constituency into:Ward. Gather. Proposal 3 Split mandera east into Lafey  Lafey constituency boundary will be Rhamu-Elwak road on the western side from Dumiga Der to Elwak Town. Lafey Constituency Alango Ward.Mandera County. Shafshefy ◦ Lafey constituency . Proposals related to Mandera East Constituency Mandera East Constituency Several Proposals given:Bulla Mpya Ward. Ward. Neboi Ward. and Arabia Ward of division. hareri. Shimbir Fatuma. Wargadud.P. Garba Goley Warankara Division. Rhamu Dimtu.  Mandera North will be composed of the following divisions. and Khalalio divisions. Elwak Boru Hache Road as its southern boundary from Elwak.

The proposed Dawa constituency is to be curved from the Existing Mandera East Constituency and Khalalio and Central Divisions of Mandera East district. 53 .

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Mandera County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) 54 .

and c) Chalbi West (comprising of North Horr Division and kalacha location of Maikona division covering an area of 13. Nana ward. 2.There was need for more constituencies based on geographical features. Turbi ward. North Horr Ward. Balesa ward.) b) Chalbi North (Comprising Dukana diviwsion and Hurri Hills Location of Maikona division covering an area of 14. 4. Ileret ward. Ririba ward. Maikona ward and Kalacha ward of Marsabit County. Heillu ward. Galas Ward. Proposals related to Moyale Constituency (i) Split the constituency into 2 as follows:  Moyale Constituency  Sololo Constituency Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Moyale Constituency Galole ward. Odda ward.2. Gurumesa ward. Sololo their current respective district boundaries. Hurri Hills ward.11 Marsabit County (i) Public Views 1. Dabel ward. Manyatta ward. Uran Walda-Rawana Ward. Dambala – Fachana ward and Moyale ward of Marsabit County. b) Chalbi East (Comprising Maikona and Torbi Divisions) 55 North Horr Constituency Dukana ward.000 sq km) Proposal 2.000 sq km. . Bori ward. Split the Constituency into three as indicated below: a) Chalbi East (to comprise of Turbi Division and Maikona Location covering an area of 13. 000 sq km). Split the Constituency into two as indicated below: a) North Horr (Comprising of North Horr and Dukana Divisions). Godoma ward. Sololo Makutano ward. The boundaries of the above constituencies should follow ward. Butinye ward. ward. Bubisa ward. Proposals related to North Horr Constituency Proposal 1.

Korr. Proposals related to Laisamis Constituency Laisamis Constituency Proposal 1. South horr. Kulal ward. Balah wards (ii) (iii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Marsabit County Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Moyale It emerged that the population figures used to delineate were unreliable. Split of Laisamis constituency: Laisamis ward. Kulal and Loiyangalani.Comprised of Marsabit County. Kulal.Comprised of Loglogo. Dakabaricha ward. South Horr ward. Loiyangalani ward. b) North Horr The constituency is the largest in the country in terms of size but has a population of only 75. Mt. Karare ward. 56 . Ngurunit ward and Merille ward of b) Hafare/Loiyangalani constituency. Kargi. The means of communication in the region is poor and was not taken into consideration in the first review. a) Laisamis Constituency. Lastly.3. Ngurunit ilaut and Lontolio wards b) Marsabit west constituency. urban areas and cities. And lastly. the population deviation used is too low for a sparsely populated area. Jarime ward and Qilta ward of Marsabit County. Korr ward. Dirib-Gombo ward. Proposals related to Saku Constituency  Curve some Locations from neighbouring North Horr and Laisamis to add on the small sized Saku Constituency  Rename the constituency to MARSABIT constituency Saku Constituency Mountain ward. It was alleged that IIBRC failed to define sparsely populated. Merille amd ngurunit.Comprise of Merille. Proposal 2. the use of projected population in determining boundaries was disputed since at the time of the census most people had migrated to Somalia (sic) to look for pasture. Laisamis. Split of Laisamis constituency to: a) Marsabit South constituency. South Horr and Loiyangalani locations. Kargi.Comprise of Korr. Laisamis. Sagante ward. Logologo ward. Mt. 4.596. The means of communication should have been considered in the delimitation. Logologo.

b) Isiolo Central Constituency with its HQ in Isiolo town and to comprise of Buffallo-Springs game reserve. Oldonyiro ward and Kipsing ward. Bulesa ward. Kinna Rapsu ward. it will separate communities who have lived in here for a long time and know no other place. ward. Garfarsa Madogashe ward. there are insufficient wards in Laisamis and the neighboring constituencies. There were unfair census results that were used to determine the population yet some people were not reached due to poor road network. Isiolo West ward. Kiwanjani ward. ward Isiolo . of Isiolo County. 4.12 Isiolo County (i) Public Views 1. Ngare Mara ward. The community of interest was not considered. 2. Lastly. ward. Proposal 2 57 Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Isiolo North Constituency Yamicha ward. Odha ward Wabera ward.c) Laisamis The expansiveness of the constituency was not taken into consideration. a) Isiolo North or Merti Constituency with its HQ at Merti and to encompass the Shaba Game reserve. Sericho and Eresaboru ward of ward. Isiolo South Constituency Kula Mawe ward. Bula Pesa ward. Merti ward. Proposals related to Isiolo South Constituency a) Requested the split of Isiolo South on the basis that the Boranas have been marginalised for a long time. Malkadaka Garbatulla ward. Oldonyiro divisions and the proposed Ngaremara Divison. The constituency shall comprise of Cherab Merti and Proposed Kom divisions. The constituency to comprise of Central.2. a) It was proposed that Isiolo North should remain intact. b) But should it be divided. East. Burat ward. Korbesa ward. Bisano-Biliqo ward. Malka Galla ward. Proposals related to Isiolo North Constituency Proposal 1. Proposal 2 Isiolo North Constituency be divided into 2. though the population is not large enough.

2. Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues. Njia ward. 2. constituencies or at worst 1.13 Meru County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Igembe South Constituency Kiegoi ward. Kangeta ward Akirang’ondu ward. Proposals related to Igembe North Constituency Igembe North Constituency It was proposed that it should be split to get 2 more Antuambui ward. Akachu. Giteretu ward. Athiru Rujine ward and Kawiru of Meru County. Igembe South West ward. b) Igembe Central Constituencies. Public Views 1. Maua North ward. four divisions-Maua. b) Igembe West Constituencies That igembe west will cover Kangeta and Kiengu divisions. Giteretu-Achenge Ward. form Igembe south Igembe Central Constituency Igembe East ward. Kangeta and Kiengu divisions will be Central constituency while the other Kanuni. Igembe South ward and Igembe the basis for Igembe South East ward of Meru County. Ntunenene ward. Proposal 2: Split igembe South into:a) Igembe South and. Naathu ward. Stadium ward. Maili Tatu Ward. 4. Athiru Gaiti. b) Sericho constituencies. Maua South ward. while the proposed Igembe South Constituency will cover. (ii) (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Isiolo County County.Split Isiolo south into:a) Isiolo South (Rename Isiolo South to Garbatulla)and. Akachiu. Maua East ward. Amuathi II ward and 58 . Maua. Proposals related to Igembe South Constituency Proposal 1: Split the constituency into:a) Igembe South and. will constituency. Antubetwe Kiongo ward. Kanuni. Athiru Gaiti divisions.

That the proposed Igembe Central Constituency will comprise of Akirang‘ondu. Proposal 1. b) Mutuati constituency That the proposed Laare constituency will comprise of Laare Division (Akirang‘ondu. Kigucwa Ward. 59 Tigania East Constituency Muthara Ward. and Luciuti Locations. Ndoleli division (Luciutu. Nkomo ward. Ntunene locations). Proposals related to Tigania West Constituency a) All the wards should revert to the old wards before Tigania West Constituency the 2002 general election. Mikinduri West Ward and Thangatha Ward of Meru County. Kitheo ward and Mbeu ward of Meru County. Buuri Ward.Proposal 1: Split igembe North Constituency into a) Laare Constituency and. Thinyaine-Nchoro ward. Ntunene Athiru Ruujine and Kawiru Locations. Kianjai ward. Kawiru locations). Mikinduri East Ward. b) Igembe Central constituencies That the proposed Igembe North Constituency will be comprised of Kabachi. 3. Amuathi I ward of Meru County. Merge Tigania West and Tigania East and curve out an extra constituency Proposal 2. Naathi. 4. AthwanaRwanda ward. Split igembe North into:a) Igembe North and. Ankamia Ward. Karama Ward. A/Kiongo Locations) Proposal 2. Mituntu ward. Proposals related to Tigania East Constituency a) Create a new consituency on the strength of expansiveness of the constituency and high population. Ndoleli division (Athiru rujine. Antuambui. Mutuati constituency will comprise of Mutuati Division (Kabachi and Naathu Locations). Antuambui. .

b) Buuri east will cover naari. Proposals related to North Imenti Constituency Proposal 1. Split North Imenti into:-Imenti North. Option 1: Split Imenti North constituency into. Nthimbiri Part ward. . Kisima ward and Ontulili wards of Meru County.Comprise Buuri. Kaaga ward. a) North Imenti and. Central ward. Timau. Kiirua. b) Tigania East constituency – Tigania central and Tigania East divisions Proposal 3. 60 North Imenti Constituency Thuura ward. North imenti and Buuri constituency Proposal 4. a) Imenti North constituency will cover Nyaki.Comprise Mituntu. Ruiri ward. ngusishi and kisima Divisions. Rwanda/Athwana 5. Commercial ward. Kirimaara. Buuri Constituency Kibirichia ward. Mbeu. Ntima. Kitheo. Kianjai. Create Buuri Constituency a) That Buuri constituency follows the boundary of the newly created Buuri district. Uringu. Milimani ward. Naari ward. Chugu ward. Akithi. Giaki ward. c) Tigania central constituency. Kigucwa. Stadium ward. Ntakira Part ward. Muthara. Rwareera divisions and c) Buuri west will comprise of Ontulili. Kiirua ward. Mikinduri East wards b) Tigania West constituencyComprise Mikinduri west. thangatha. and meru municipality divisions. Tigania East and West boundaries to be adjusted to create: a) Tigania East constituency. Nthimbiri Part ward. Ankamia.Comprise Karama and Tigania North(Muthara) divisions. Buuri East and Buuri West constituencies. Cathedral ward. ruiri. Proposal 2. Ngakurumune ward. Proposal 3. Hospital ward and Mwendatu ward of Meru County. Ntugi ward. Kirimara ward. Karama.Tigania constituency to be split into: a) Tigania North constituency.

Proposals related to South Imenti Constituency Split the Constituency into two as indicated below: 61 South Imenti Constituency Mitunguu ward. Kariene ward Proposal 1. Katheri ward. Kiija (to be delineated from from current Kiagu division). Uruku ward. b) Gaiti (Comprised of the current North Imenti Constituency. Proposal 5 Option 1 a) Imenti North. . b) Meru central east constituency Former former 7. b) Buuri. and Mwangathia ward of Meru Proposed that Imenti central to be split to: County. Imenti central to be split to: a) Meru central west constituency and. b) Abothuguchi west constituencyAbothuguchi west division. Proposal 3. c) Meru Urban(Municipality) Option 2 a) Buuri b) Imenti North as per present boundary 6. b) Central Imenti constituency Proposal 2.b) Ruguru constituencies. Kiagu. Proposals related to Central Imenti Constituency Central Imenti Constituency It was proposed that since the population was high. Option 2: Split the constituency into:a) Ruguru (composed of Buuri East and West Districts) and. ward. Abothuguchi East. Kibaranyaki ward. a) Abothuguchi East constituencyAbothuguchi East division. a) Abothuguchi East Constituency.Comprised Abothuguchi central. Kithirune should be split. Gatimbi ward. Mikumbune ward. it Kiagu ward.

and b) South Imenti Constituency (Abogeta West. This was against the community‘s wish. Mweru ward. Karia ward. Igoji East and Igoji West. Some of the wards are not named correctly. 62 . Abogeta ward. Igoki ward. Interested parties were not consulted widely hence moving to wards from central Imenti to the newly created Buuri Constituency. Kathera ward. The consultation was not all inclusive. Kinoro-Kianjogu ward. Kithangari ward and Igoji ward of Meru County. Abogeta East.a) Nkuene Constituency ( Comprising Nkuene & Mitunguu Divisions). Kanyakine ward. (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Meru County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) Imenti North.

Kiang’ondu Ward. Igambang’ombe constituency: Comprising of Igambangombe Division 2. Magumoni constituency: Comprising of magumoni and Mwonge divisions 4. Kithangani-Mariani Ward and Kajuki Ward of Split the Constituency into two as indicated Tharaka–Nithi County. 2. Maara Ward.972. Githarene Ward. . Chuka. Kiera Ward. Muthambi Constituency: Comprising of Muthambi and Mitheru divisions Mwimbi Constituency: Comprising of Mwimbi. Ganga Ward. Maara Constituency: Comprising of Mwimbi. Murugi West Ward.(i) Public Views 4. Mariani and Igambang‘ombe Divisions. Proposal 3. Split the Constituency into five as indicated below: 1. Thuita Ward. Chogoria. Muthambi. Chuka East Ward. Muthambi Ward. below: 1. Mugirirwa West Ward. Gitije ward and Mitheru Ward of Tharaka-Nithi County. Split the Constituency into three as indicated below: 1. Chuka Constituency: Comprising of Chuka and Mariani Divisions 3. Mugirirwa East Ward. Igambangombe Constituency: Comprising of Igambangombe 2. Chuka Constituency: comprising of 63 Maara Constiuency Chogoria Ward. Kiraru Ward. Proposals related to Nithi Constiuency  Nithi Constituency is the largest constituency in Eastern Province as per the 2007 registered voters with 123. Muiru East Ward. Ganga. Mukuuni Ward. Chogoria and Mitheru divisions Proposal 2. Proposal 1. Ganga Divisions. Kamwinbi Ward.2.14 Tharaka Nithi Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Nithi Constituency 1. Meru South Constituency: Comprising of Magumoni. Mwonge. Murugi East Ward. Mwoge Ward. Muiru West Ward.

chukka. Ganga. 64 . Gikingo Ward. Turima Ward. Maara Constituency: comprising of Mwimbi. Gakurungu Ward.Follow North Tharaka district boundaries. Chogoria and Mitheru Divisions 2. Gatwe Ward. Maragwa Ward. Kathangachini Ward. and  South Tharaka constituency – Follow south Tharaka district boundaries Tharaka Constiuency Thiiti Ward. 3. Mwanyani Ward. Mwonge and Mariani Divisions.Tungi Ward. Muthambi. Tuyai Ward. Kajoro Ward. Chakariga Ward and Kamaragi-Kamanyaki Ward of Tharaka-Nithi County. Proposals related to Tharaka Constiuency  Proposal tp create three constituencies because the people of tharaka are highly marginalised and oppressed by their neighbours. Marimannti Ward. Nkondi Ward.Magumoni. Split Tharaka constituency to  North Tharaka constituency .

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Tharaka Nithi County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) 65 .

Gaturi South Ward. Kieni Ward. North Ward. Muminji Ward and Gituguri Ward of Embu County. Nthawa Ward.15 Embu County (i) Public Views 1. Ward. Mbeti South Ward. Riakanau Ward and Makima Ward of Embu County. Matakari Ward. Kangaru Ward and Itabua Ward of Embu County. Gaturi Ward. Embu 3. Proposals related to Manyatta Constituency  No major proposals Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Manyatta Constituency Ngandori Ward. Nginda Ward. Kanyuambora Ward. Njukiri Ward. Proposals related to Siakago Constituency  No major proposals Siakago Constituency Ishiara Ward. Kithimu Ward. Proposals related to Gachoka Constituency  No major proposals Gachoka Constituency Kiambere Ward. Blue Valley Ward. 4. Kagaari North East Kagaari North West Runyenjes Central Ward.4. North Ward. Kianjiru Ward. Ruguru Ward.2. Karaba Ward. Kieni Urban Karurumo-Kigumo Ward of County. Proposals related to Runyenjes Constituency  No major proposals Runyenjes Constituency Nthangaiya Ward. 66 . Ndurumori Ward. 2. Majengo Ward. Kiangombe Ward. Kamiu Ward. Mavuria Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Embu County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) 67 .

Nuu Ward.Kyuso. Kanthungu Ward. 3.  Curve a third constituency from Mwingi South and Tseikuru-Musavani Masyungwa Ward. and of Kitui County. Mutyangome Ward.16 Kitui County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals 1. Kivani-Kauwi Ward. (i) Public Views 4. Kavuvwani Ward and Mbuvu Ward of Kitui County. Mwingi East. Proposals related to Mwingi South Constituency  Convert all the 6 districts into constituencies:. Kyuso-Kamuwongo Ward and Mitamisyi Ward of Kitui County. Mumoni. 68 . Kanzanzu Ward. Mwingi Central. Tharaka Mwingi North and name it Mwingi Central.No major emerging issues. Mivukoni Ward. Kithumula-Kauma Ward and Kwa Vonza Ward Yatta of Kitui County. Nguutani Ward. Tseikuru. KatutuMutunda Ward.2. Kalimani-Matinyani-Mutulu Ward. Kitui West Constituency Kakeani-Mutonguni Ward. Enziu-Kivou Ward. Proposals related to Kitui West Constituency Spilt the constituency into two constituencies: Kitui North. Ward. Kimangau Ward. Mwingi Central Constituency Waita-Endui Ward. Mwigwani Mwingi South Constituency Wingemi Ward. Ukasi Ward. KatheMtanda-Nguuku Ward. Migwani Ward. Mui Ward. 2. Nguni Ward. Proposals related to Mwingi North Constituency Mwingi North Constituency Option 1 Ward. Kyethani-Kyomo Ward. Mwingi-Ithumbi Ward. Thitani Ward. Ngomeni Ward. Kwa-Mutonga-Kathivo Ward. Nzauni Ward. and  Lower Yatta. KakuyuMkonga Ward. Katalwa-Nzeluni Ward. Kalitini Ward Kyome Ward.

Proposals related to Kitui Central Constituency Proposed to split into three: Kitui Central  Mulango  Kisasi 5. YattaNtonguni Ward. Malalani-Endau Ward. Mutomo-Kibwea Ward. Proposals related to Kitui South Constituency Proposed to split into two: Ikutha Constituency  Mutomo Constituency Kitui Central Constituency Township Ward. Maliku-Itoleka Ward. Kanyangi Ward. Mbitini Ward and Mbusiyani Ward of Kitui County 4. Proposals related to Mutito Constituency Proposals presented requested for a split to form two constituencies: Nzambani  Mtito 6. Miambani Ward. Kitui South Constituency Ikanga Ward. Kaveta Ward and Kyangwithya East Ward of Kitui County. Mutito-Kaliku Ward and Voo Ward of Kitui County. Mutito Constituency Kyanika Ward. 69 . Mulango Ward. Thua-NzagathiIthumula Ward. Kyangwithya West Ward. Kyatune Ward. Sombe Ward. MusengoUsiani Ward. Athi Ward. MwitikaKyamatu Ward. Kanziku-Simisi Ward. Maluma-Kalivu Ward. Mutha-Ndakani Ward. Mathima Ward and IkuthaKasala Ward of Kitui County. Kiseuni Ward.Kitui Rural Constituency Itoleka-Katulani Ward. Kisasi Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Kitui County 70 .

Mananja Ward. . 3. Matungulu Constituency Matungulu Constituency Matungulu North Ward. Kivaa Ward. A new constituency. Proposals related to Kathiani Constituency 71 Kathiani Constituency Mitaboni Ward. Based on the Population Quota. Kithendu Ward. Katangi Ward. Kangonde Ward.544sq. Yatta Constituency Ndalani Ward. Mwingi Central was created in the middle of Mwingi South. Katulani-Kaluluini Ward. The boundaries need to be redrawn per the residents‘ views. Kyua Ward of Machakos County. (i) Public Views 4. Ikombe Ward.  Form Yatta Constituency and Katangi Constituency.17 Machakos County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Masinga Constituency Masinga Ward. Kinyaata Ward. the constituency should be categorized as sparsely populated since the population density is 13 people/sq km.2.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Kitui South The area is vast and covers 12. 4. EkalakalaIkatini Ward. Mavoloni Ward. Proposals related to Masinga Constituency  Requested a new constituency to be curved out of Masinga to take care of Ndithini Division. Consultations with all interested parties were not adequately done.Kakuumini-Central Ward. b) Mwingi South The Means of communication are poor in the constituency. leaving two portions of Mwingi without a means of communication from the rest.050. Matungulu West Ward and Matungulu East Ward of Machakos County. Proposals related to Yatta Constituency  Split Yatta into two due to its expansive nature and thus bring services closer to the people. Kangundo East Ward and Kangundo West Ward expansiveness. Kithyoko Ward.  This should create Kangundo Constituency and of Machakos County. Proposals related to Kangundo Constituency Kangundo Constituency  Split Kangundo into 2 due to high population and Kangundo North Ward.km with a population of 166. 1. Mathunya Ward. The Means of communication are poor and this is characterized by a poor road network due to historical neglect and vastness of the area. Ndithini Ward and Muthesyia Ward of Machakos County.  Create Masinga constituency and Ndithini constituency 2. Kithimani Ward.

The Ward and Kaani Ward of Machakos County. Katani Ward. Proposals related to Machakos Town Constituency Option 1  Split into two with the boundary being Mwania River up to Kyanzaasu to the East and Kapiti ranch along the railwayline to the west to form Machakos and Kalama Machakos Town Constituency Kalama-Kiyangala Ward. The residents of Mwala however stated that they do not want any part of Mwala to be taken to any other constituency. Kathama Ward.Muumbuni South Ward. Mutituni Ward. 5. and Yathui Constituency 72 . Mjini Ward. Proposals related to Mwala Constituency  Mwala may not qualify to be split and can wait for the next review. Kiima-Kimwe Ward. Kimutwa Ward. Mwala Ward. Muthetheni Ward. To be split into two citing high population growth and Kathiani Ward. Machakos Town north Constituencies. Makutano-Mango Ward. then form Mwala Constituency Mwala Constituency Mbiuni Ward. Mumbuni North Ward. Vyulya Ward. if it split. Kinanie-Mathatani Ward and Muthwani Ward of Machakos County. Makadara Ward. 6. Miu Ward. Create Kathiani and Athi River Constituency. Wamunyu Ward. Mua Ward. Kaewa Ward. Ngelani Ward.MuumanduKola Ward. Sophia-Kenya Meat Ward. Constituency Katheka Kai Ward.  Alternatively. Industrial-Station Ward. Masii Ward. Yathui Ward and Ikalaasa Ward of Machakos County.Iveti influx of land buyers from neighbouring Nairobi. Option 2  Split into two to form Machakos Town South and Eastleigh Ward and Muvuti Ward of Machakos County. boundary can be the Komarocks road. Kibauni Ward.  Mavoko Constituency Athi River North Ward.

Proposals related to Kilome Constituency  It was proposed that that it remains as it is now Mbooni Constituency Tulimani Ward.2. Mukaa Ward. Kithungo-Kitundu Ward . (i) Public Views 4. 73 .(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Machakos County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major issues emerged from the IIBRC Report and recommendations.Mutitu-Uthiuni Ward. Kiteta Ward. Waia Ward. o Mbooni west. Kilome Constituency Kasikeu-Mumela Ward.Kalawani Ward of Makueni County. Kalawa division and proposed Kako location. Kalanzoni-Kiima Kiu Ward.18 Makueni County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals 1.Mbooni and Tulimani divisions. 2.Comprise Kisau . Kyuu-Nzeveni Ward.Kako Ward. Proposals related to Mbooni Constituency  Split Mbooni constituency to: o Mbooni east.

MulalaEmali Ward. Mbitini Ward. 3. kikumbulyu. Kibwezi West Constituency Twaandu-Kiboko Ward. mulala.  Kaiti constituency to cover Kaiti. The constituency to be split into three constituencies namely: Kikumbulyu North Ward. kilili. Kilungu And Ilima divisions. nguumo.Kiou Ward and Kitaingo Ward of Makueni County. KithumbaKalamba ward. the constituency to be split into two constituencies namely:  Kilungu constituency to cover Kithembe. Proposals related to Kibwezi Constituency Option 1 The constituency to be split into two constituencies namely:  Makindu constituency will constitute makindu district with makindu. kalamba. Kee. Kibwezi East Constituency Masongaleni Ward. nguu and the proposed Wolwa. Nguu Ward. and Masumba Ward of Makueni County. Kathonzweni Ward Kikumini Ward. Makindu Ward. Muvau Ward. Kinyambu Option 2 Ward Kikumbulyu South Ward. muvau. Wote And Mumbuni divisions 4. Ukia-Iuani Ward. Mtito Andei Ward. machinery and mtito andei divisions. and kinyambu areas. Mtito  Kibwezi west constituency to cover the old Andei West Ward. kikumini. 2. Mbuvo-Kitise Ward and Nziu Ward of Makueni County. kambi mawe wards. muuni and kavete divisions  Kibwezi constituency will constitute kibwezi district with kibwezi. Nb: the boundary should follow the current administrative units‘ boundaries between the two districts Kaiti Constituency Kithembe Ward. ikangavya wards. Wote Ward. nzaui. 74 . 5. 3. Kanthuni-Kithuki Ward. kyemundu. Nzauni constituency which will cover the upper region comprising of the current nzaui district and will cover the following wards mbitini. Makueni constituency will cover the lower region comprising of kathonzweni district and wote division and will cover the following wards wote. Proposals related to Makueni Constituency The constituency to be split into three constituencies namely: 1. Mtito Andei East Ward. Makueni Constituency Mavindini Ward. Kaumoni Ward. Ivingonimakindu. Watema-Kee-Kivani Ward. mwaani. Nguumo Ward. Proposals related to Kaiti Constituency That. Nzaui-Kilili Ward. Kikoko Ward and Kilungu-Ilima Ward of Makueni County. Manguu constituency which will constitute makindu division of kibwezi constituency and nguu division of makueni constituency and its centre will be in makindu town. nziu and the proposed Mumbuni. email.

utithi and mtito andei areas. Kambu Ward. division of kibwezi and nguu division of makueni (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Makueni County 75 .  Kibwezi east constituency to cover masongaleni. Mang‟elete Ward. Kathekani-Darajani Ward and Manguu constituency which will constitute makindu Kinyambu Ward of Makueni County.

(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Makueni Constituency. Proposals Related to Kipipiri Constituency No proposals were made.km. Weru Ward.90 sq. Kaimbaga Ward. Proposals Related to Ol Kalau Constituency  Two proposals were put forward: i). Kitiri-Kinja Ward. 1.613 and an area of 1. The proposed boundaries for kibwezi West Constituency and the shifting of Nzauni District to Kibwezi Constituency were created against community wishes and will likely cause disharmony.and ol Kalau Central Ward. Gichungo Ward. North Kinangop (with 5wards)  The boundary should be along the escarpment 2. Geta Ward. magumu Ward and Nyandarua County. MikaroNandarasi-Mkungi Ward and Murungaru Ward. namely a. Lereshwa Ward. . That the three operational districts of Nyandarua West (Chamuka). It emerged that Community of interest. Kipiriri Constituency Wanjohi Ward. Ol-Jorok Constituency (Comprising of 76 Ol Kalau Constituency Ol kalau Ward. Njabini Ward. 3.Malewa Ward. Tulaga-Kamun yaka Ward. Economical and cultural ties were not considered in dealing with Makueni Constituency proposals. (i) Public Views 4. and b. Kiambogo and Gichugo wards).19 Nyandarua County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Kinangop Constituency Muraki Gathara Ward. South Kinangop (with 6wards) ii). Kanjuiri ridge. The National Population Quota was not as used since Makueni with a population of 224.Gatimu Ward and Gathanji Ward of Nyandarua County.571. Historical. Matindiri Ward.2. Ol-Jorok Constituency Kanjuiri Ridge Ward. ii). Proposals Related to Kinagop Constituency  Proposals were made was to split the constituency into two to create: i). Ol-Kalau Constituency (Comprising Dundori. Matindiri. Ol Jorok Ward. To split Olkalau into two. Munyeki. Dundori Ward. Kipiriri Ward. Nyakio ward. it was not split while other areas with less people were split. Nyandarua Central and Milangine to be made constituencies.

Mairokuni. Mathingira. Gathanji. Leshau Pondo Ward and Kiriita Ward. and Ndaragwa Constituency: comprising Kahutha. Kirigo. On the wards. kiriita and Mathingira Locations. Simbara. Ndaragwa Ward. Kiriogo and Kanyagia ward. More wards to be created to include Karandi. Leshau. Proposals Related to Ndaragwa Constituency  Split Ndaragwa into two as follows: i). Shamata Constituency :comprising of Shamata. it was suggested that: i). 4.Gatimu. Weru. 77 . ii). Rurii and Central wards)  On the wards the proposal was to make all locations wards. Kanyagia Locations and iriani. Ol-Jorok. Ewaso-Narok East ward be transferred to Ndaragwa constituency. Shamata Ward. Pesi and Kihara Sub-locations). Ndaragwa Constituency Rurii Ward.   The boundary between Kipipiri and Ndaragwa Constituencies remain Malewa River.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Nyandarua County 78 .

20 Nyeri County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Nyeri Town Constituency Chania Ward. Proposals Related to Othaya Constituency 79 Othaya Constituency Nyamari Ward.2. Kiganjo. Chania. and (ii) Upper Nyeri Municipality Proposal 3. Geographical feature not put into consideration in the first review. Public Views 1. .  Split Nyeri Town Constituency into: (i) Lower Nyeri Municipality. Proposal 2. Karia Ward. Kirichu. Mukaro Ward. Gatito Ward.(ii) Emerging Issues (According to the JLA Report) a) Kinagop Residents felt their presentations were ignored by IIBRC. Nyaribo Ward. Proposals Related to Nyeri Town Constituency Three proposals were made for the delimitation of Nyeri Town Constituency. (i) 4.  To split Nyeri Town Constituency into Nyeri Central Constituency to have the following wards: Central. . Mathari-Kihuyo Ward and Nyeri Central Ward. Kamakwa. and Mukaro wards. and (iii) Nyeri Central Constituency. Karia/Giachamwenge. Kanyange Ward. Kamakwa Ward. Proposal 1. Kirichu Ward. Further. 2. Nyaribo ward. Historical ties were not considered since half of the constituency was moved to Kipipiri Constituency. b) Ndaragwa The Formula used was not proper since Ndaragwa has a similar population with other constituencies such as Kipipiri but it was not given a constituency.  Split Nyeri Town Constituency into: (i) Nyeri East Constituency. (ii) Nyeri West Constituency. Gatitu. Kiganjo Ward. Muruguru Ward. Muruguru wards. and  Nyeri North Constituency comprising Mathari ward. Some areas are in Naivasha although it gets services from Kinangop.

Gathehu/Ragati Kaguyu/Thegenge/Kiaguthu/Gatundu. Mutathiini. Mukurweini Constituency Gakindu Ward. Kiamwangi/Chehe/Kairia/Baricho/Mukore/Gachuku. Othaya North :comprising Iria-ini. the following suggestion were forwarded: subdivide the County Council wards into two each as follows:Mahiga (Mahiga East &West). Nduie River Ward. Gitunduti. Kiamathaga Ward. Split the constituency into two as follows: i). Stadium Ward. Karindundu/Gakuyu. Rutune Ward and Thanu Ward. Kiria. On the wards. Ngandu/Gachuiro 5. Karundu ward and Thigingi Ward. Ngaini. Giathugu Ward. Othaya South : comprising Karima. Rutune ward. Kirimukuyu Ward. Chinga North and Chinga South locations. Kieni East Constituency and Kieni West following the district boundaries. Kiamwangi/Ruturu. ii.Chinga Ward.Thaithi. 80 . Ruguru Ward. Karima (Karima South & North). Muhoya Ward. Iria-ini West( Mathira) ward. Karatina. Muhito Ward. Hospital ward. Ngorano Ward. Mbogoini/Thiu. Githi Ward. Iruri/Sagana. Tetu West Constituency and Tetu Central Constituency. Railway Ward. Mumwe Ward. Tetu Ward. Magutu Ward. Commercial Ward. Proposals Related to Mukurweini Constituency  No proposals were made. Mathira East Constituency comprising of Gatei. 6. 4. Karima Ward. and Iria-ini East (Mathira ). Ichuga Ward. Gikumo. Mahiga Ward. Market Ward. Gaaki Ward.  3. and ii). Ichuga/Itiati. Konyu Ward. Tetu Constituency Aguthi Ward. Proposals Related to Kieni Constituency  The proposal put forward for Kieni East is to split it into two constituencies. Mumwe and mahiga Locations. Ngandu Ward.Thuti Ward. Mumwe (Mumwe East &West). Gikondi Ward. Proposals Related to Tetu Constituency  To split into 3 as follows: Tetu East Constituency. Proposals Related to Mathira Constituency  The Constituency to be split into two. Kieni Constituency Gakwa Ward. Kabaru Ward. Mathira West Constituency comprising of the following wards: Ngorano. Mathira Constituency Residential Ward. i. karima Ward and Irainin(Part) Ward. Naromoru Ward. Iria-ini (Iria-ini North & South) Chinga (Chinga North &South) Kianganda Ward.

81 .(iv) IIBRC Proposed Map for Nyeri County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Kieni The Geographical features were not considered in the first review by IIBRC.

Baragwi Ward.Comprising of the wholeof the old Ngariama plus Thumita. Constituency 2: comprising of Tebete location. Mwea constituency to be split into two constituencies namely Mwea East Constituency and Mwea West constituency Mwea constituency to be split into three constituencies. Njuki-ini Ward and Kutus Central. i. Karumandi and Ngariama. Nguka Ward. Murinduko Ward. and 82 Gichugu Constituency Ngariama Ward. Kabere Ward. Thiba Ward. Constituency 1: comprising of Mutithi Kangai and Thiba locations. 1. Gathigiriri Ward and Kangai Ward. Constituency 3: comprising of Murinduko location 2. Gichugu West Constituency. and b) Gichugu East Constituency . Proposal 2. ii). Raimu and Rwambiti locations. Tebere Ward. a) Gichugu Constituency to be split into two. iii. . Proposals Related to Gichugu Constituency  Two proposals were made: Proposal 1.21 Kirinyaga County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Mwea Constituency Kutus South Ward. Two proposals were made pertaining to Mwea.2. Proposals Related to Gatanga Constituency  i). Split and create the following:o Kirinyaga East Upper ConstituencyComprising of Kirima. ii. Karumandi Ward. Nyangati Ward. Kirima Ward. Kariru. Guama.Comprising of the whole of Kabare plus Kiaruri. Thimu and Gatu Location.(i) Public Views 4.

Mwerua Ward and Kiine Ward. ii). Sagana. Proposals Related to Ndia Constituency  It was proposed that the constituency be split into two constituencies namely: i). Ndia East Constituency to constitute Mwerua. Ndia Constituency Mutithi Ward. and Thigirichi locations. Gacharu Ward.  It was also proposed that all operational locations to be converted into electoral wards 83 . Kinyaga Ward. Kagio. Mukure and Giaconge locations.o Kirinyaga East Lower Constituencycomprising of Kabare. Baragwi and Njuki-ini locations 3. Kariti Ward. Kiangai. and Ndia West Constituency to constitute Kariti. Kathaka Ward. Kiini.Karima Ward. Mukure Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Krirnyaga County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issue. 84 .

Kiairathe Ward. i). Gakira Ward. Ngathaithi Ward and Murarandia Ward. Kahuhia. c. Hospital Ward. Kahuro locations. Mbiri three constituencies namely: Rural Ward. Kiria-ini Ward.2. It was however proposed that Karunge ward In Karunge Gaturi Ward. Kahuti. Maragi Ward. Kahuro Constituency to comprise of Gatundu Ward. Gacharaigu Ward. Kihoyia Ward. Kiharu Constituency to comprise of Weithaga Division. Proposals related to Mathioya Constituency   No proposals were submitted concerning constituencies. Nyuro Wards 3. Kamacharia Ward and location and split Njumbi Ward into -Njumbi and Locations of Muranga County. Iyego Ward. Gaturi Constituency to comprise of Gaturi 85 . (i) Public Views 4. Gathaithi. Proposals related to Kangema Constituency  No proposals were submitted. 2. Theri. Mirichu Ward. Githamba. Weithaga Ward. Gatuya Locations. Mumbi Ward. Mugoiri Division. It was propsed that Kiharu Constituency be split into Njouini Ward. Wanjengi. Kiharu Division: Township. Mathioya Constituency Njumbi Ward. Gikindu Ward. Mukuyu Ward.It is proposed that the recommendations of IIBRC Report be upheld. Njoguini. Gatheru. Mirichu. Muringaini Ward. Kaganda. Proposals related to Kiharu Constituency Kiharu Constituency Kimathi Ward. Gatundu. Rwathia Ward.22 Murang’a County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Kangema Constituency Kanyenyaini Ward. Kiria. b. a. Central Ward. Kiru Ward. Watuha Ward. Karung‘e Ward. 1. a) Four proposals were submitted. Mbiri Locations. Kahuhia Ward and Muranda Division. Gitugi Ward. Kiruri Ward.

Kigumo. Kinyona. Proposals related to Maragwa Constituency c) A proposal was made to split Maragwa into two constituencies.and Wangu Constituency covering Weithaga. 2 constituencies (Gaturi constituency comprising of Gaturi. Gaturi. Kibage Ward. Upper Murarandia Locations) from Kahuro division and a further. 5. Kirimiri. Makuyu Ward. Nginda Ward. Murang’a South Constituency to consist of Kamahuha. Gathukeini. Kangare Ward. Wangu.) from Kiharu division. Kimathi division covering Gikindu. Karimawaro. Maragwa. Kambiti Location. Boundaries were not proposed. i). Proposals related to Kigumo Constituency b) Kigumo constituency was proposed to be split into two constituencies. Kabiti Ward. Gaichanjiru Location Kigumo Constituency Kinyona Ward. Ichagaki Ward. Kimathi. i). division which comprises of Nyakihai. Gikindu Locations and Kiharu constituency to cover Murang‘a municipality and Mbiri Location. The Constituency to be split into four constituencies namely Kahuro. Makuyu Location. Maragwa Ridge Ward. 6. Kigetuini and Kimathi locations. Makuyu Constituency to comprise of Maragua Ridge Location. To create two constituencies (Kahuro Constituency covering Gathaithi. Gatundu. Ridge Mbugwa. Kahumbu Ward and Kigumo West. Samar 86 Maragwa Constituency Mbugua Ward. and Gaichanjiru wards ii). To split the Kiharu constituency into Kahuro Constituency to follow the current Kahuro Divisional boundary and Kiharu Constituency to follow the present Kiharu Divisional Boundary. Makuyu location .and ii). . Mirichu and Gatuya Locations. Kahuhia. Mwuka. Muthiti Ward. 4.ii). Kirimiri Ward. and Mugeka Locations. Kigumo East Ward. Kagunduini. Samar Ward. Kiharu. Kagunduini Location. iii). Kigumo Constituency to comprise of Kangari. Wempa. East and Makuyu. Kamahuha-Maranjau Ward and Wempa Ward. Makuyu Constituency to consist of Kambiti.

Nguruwe-ini. Mukarara ward and Mugomuini Ward. Kihumbuini e) There were no proposals submitted for Gatanga Ward. Naroo. Kiriaini Ward. d) The other proposal with regard to existing wards was to have Nginda. Gacharage.Gakoigo. To make all the current divisions of Gaichanjiru. Samuru Ward. and Murang‘a town split into two more wards and Kamahuha/Maranjau ward split into Sabasaba and Kamahuha Wards 7. Makuyu. Kagunduini West. Icagak and Nginda wards. Gaichanjiru Ward. Kariua. Ithiru and Ruchu Constituencies.Gatanga Ward. Proposals related to Kandara Constituency Kandara Constituency Two proposals were forwarded:Proposal 1. Muruka. Kiraga & Githumu) and Kandara North Constituency (Covering kagungu-ini East. Kamahuha. i). Ithiru west. gatunduKiiri-Kandara Ward. 8. Ithiru South. Gichagi-ini & Gituru) ii). Gakui-Karimamwaro Ward and Gathugu-Ruchu-Gakarara Ward. Kigoro Ward. Muruka Ward. Kagunduini West Ward. Mitubiri Ward. Ngararia Ward. Kagunduini East Ward. To split Kandara constituency into two constituencies that is Kandara South Constituency (Covering ithiru East. Githumo Ward. Kakuzi Ward. Constituency. Kibaage. Proposals Related to Gatanga Constituency Gatanga Constituency Kariara Ward. Gaichanjiru. 87 . Ngararia. Kaguthi-Githuia Ward.

The community was not consulted in moving Muraranda and Gaturi to Mathioya Constituency. Secondly. communication and geographical features. 88 . A tea factory has been moved to another constituency. two wards were transferred to Kagema. The division of the wards weakened Kiharu‘s economic stability and broke cultural ties.(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Murang’a County (iii) Emerging Issues a) Kiharu It was alleged that the IBBRC failed to take account of the population. The Population quota used for rural areas was not suitable and should have been used for urban areas only. which is a protected constituency.

and  Gatundu East Constituency to cover the Coffee zones. ii. Juja Constituency Murera Ward. 89 . Gatundu North Constituency Mangu Ward. Proposals related to Juja Constituency There was a proposal to split Juja into: i). Kiganjo division and parts of Ruiru Division ii). Kiganda Ward. Gatundu South Constituency that will comprise of Kiamwangi. Proposal 2. Gathage from Kiamwangi. Githobokoni Constituency and Creation of: Gikoe ward and Githobokoni ward. Ngenda Divisions and parts of Juja division  It was also proposed that the following Wards be created: Rwabura and Munyuini from Ndarugo. Proposal 1. Mang‘u Constituency. Kiamworia and Gatitu from Mundoro and Kiganjo ward 2. ii). Ngenda North Ward. Ngenda South It was proposed that Gatundu south be split into two Ward. Kamenu Ward. iii. Thika Town Constituency Gatuanyaga Ward. Split Gatundu North Constituency into: i. Ndarugu. Karuri Ward. Split Gatundu North Constituency into: Gatundu West Constituency to cover the Tea Zones. Githurai Constituency: covering Kahawa Sukari and Githurai Wards. Kimunyu from Ng‘enda South Mutati. Commercial Makongeni Ward. kamwangi ward.2. Proposals related to Gatundu South  Mundoro Ward. 3. Chania Constituency. Gatundu Central Constituency to comprise of Kiganjo. Ruiru Constituency: covering Gitothua. Ngenda.(i) Public Views 4.23 Kiambu County Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Gatundu South Constituency 1. Makwa Ward. Proposals related to Gatundu North There were two proposals relating to Gatundu North. i). constituencies:Kiganjo ward. Gitothua Ward. Gathaite Ward. Kalimoni Ward and Juja Ward. Gituamba ward and Githobokoni Ward. Kiamwangi ward and Ndarugu Ward .

Kihara Constituency and Kiambaa Constituency and that the boundaries of the above should follow the current divisional Boundaries. Kiratina Ward. Hospital Ward and Biashara Ward of Kiambu County. Githunguri West Constituency and Kanjai-Kiairia Ward. Market Ward. Mugumoini Ward. Kabete Constituency :Covering Muguga. iii). Township Ward.and Murera wards and proposed Gikumari Division. Githunguri East Constituency comprising of Lower Lari. Majengo Ward. Ting. Kanunga Ward. and Ting‘ang‘a & and Kanunga Ward of Kiambu Cianda Wards to form Kiambu Municipality County. i). Ngewa ward into Nyaga and Kiri wards. Muchata Ward. Proposals related to Kikuyu Constituency Kabete Constituency It was proposed that Kikuyu Constituency be split into two to Kabete Ward.and i). Ndenderu Ward. Kihara Ward and Kiambaa Ward. iv). 90 . Ruiru Constituency Kahawa Sukari Ward.ang. Proposals related to Githunguri Constituency Githunguri Constituency  It was proposed that Githunguri constituency be split Githunguri Ward. Ikinu Ward.  It was also proposed that the following be split: i). Githiga ward into Gathangari and Githiga wards. 4. Technology Ward.a Ward. Karurri Town Council. Karatina and Kamotoi Division. Muguga Ward and be referred to as: Nyathuna Ward of Kiambu County. Kabete. Githiga Ward. Kiratina ward into Kiratina. 6. Komathai Ward. Githurai Kimbo Ward and Gatongora Ward of Kiambu County. Ikinu ward into Ikinu and Riuki wards. 5. ii). It was also proposed to merge Kiambu Municipal Ndumberi Ward. Kiambaa Constituency Cianda Ward. ii). Kihongo Ward council. Ndururumo Ward. Gathagu and Kibichai Wards. Proposals related to Kiambaa Constituency  It was proposed that Kiambaa Constituencies be split into three constituencies as namely Kiambu Constituency. Kaimbu Constituency  Riabai Ward. into two Constituencies: Ngewa ward.

Karai Ward. Thigio. Kijabe Ward. Nachu Ward and Kikuyu Ward of Kiambu County. Kamirithu Ward. Komothai location and Kirathina location  Lari Constituency Lari Ward. Limuru and Ndeiya wards.Nyathuna and parts of Kinoo Divisions [Kinoo &Uthiru]) . The boundary between the two constituencies to be the great North road. and Kiriri Wards. Namayu Ward and Kinale Ward. Retention of the existing wards were proposed. Kikuyu Constituency Kinoo Ward. Proposals related to Lari Constituency There were two proposals. i). Gatamaiyu location. Kikuyu and Karai division. ii). Limuru Constituency Bibirioni Ward. 7. 8. Gecha. To curve Gatamaiyu constituency from existing Githunguri Constituency and Lari Constituencies to consist of:   From Lari Constituency. Kiambururu to the south and Gekohi in Kerita division. Ndeiya Ward.and ii).  Split Limuru into. Ruiru River to the West. Kirenga Ward. Limuru East Ward. Kikuyu Constituency: Covering parts of Kinoo. Thigino Ward and Tigoni Ward. Ngecha Ward. Kamburu location From Githunguri Constituency. Proposals related to Limuru Constituency  It was proposed that Limuru Constituency be split into two namely Limuru Ndeiya Constituency and Limuru Constituency. Lari constituency to be split into Lari Upper Consituency and Lari Lower. Nyanduma location. 91 . The boundary to be along Komothai River to the East of Gatamayu division. Ndeiya. Gatamayu Ward. Limuru Central Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Kiambu County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major issues raised as concerns the recommendations in the IIBRC Report. 92 .

and Napeikar. Nakwele.4. Loruth Esokon Ward. Oroboi Ward. Turkwell. Rangany. Lomapus. Napuu Ward.24 Turkana County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Lorugum. Lokitotota.Lokichoggio/Nanan divisions. Kibish Ward. Kaeris Ward. Kakuma Constituency: . Lokichogio Constituency: . 93 . Naita Ward. Turkana West Constituency Nakalale-Pelekech (Part) Ward. Nanaam-Mogila Ward and Lorau Ward of Turkana County. and 3. Proposals related to Turkana North Constituency Several Proposals were given:Proposal 1: 1. Lobei. Riakomor Ward. Proposals related to Turkana Central Constituency Turkana Central Constituency  The public proposed five constituencies namely Kalakol. Napeling. Kanamkemer Ward.2. Yapakuno Ward and Pelekech /Nakalate Ward (Part) of Turkana County. Lokichoggio Constituency – that will comprise of Lokichoggio and Nanam divisions Proposal 2: The Divisions to be merged to make five constituencies:1. Ekurot. 2. Constituency stretching from Kataboi up to Kibish 2.Orupoi/Kakuma divisions. Kapua. Namadak Ward. and of Turkana County. Nadapal. Songot Ward. Loima and Ekerio constituencies. Kakuma Ward. Kaler Constituency: Kaleng/Lapur divisions. Nakurio. Kang‟atotha Nakoret. Kibich Constituency: Kibish/Kaikor divisions. Loteteleit Ward. Ward. Kang'irisae Ward. 2.Karach Constituency – that will comprise Polopoi Division and Kakuma Divisions. Meyan Ward. Kawalathe Ward Kapus. Kataboi Ward. Karebur Ward. Kalemunyang. Nakwanga Ward. The constituency be divided into four parts:. 4. Kotaruk. KapuaKalokol. Langatosa. Lokichoggio/Ng’ang Constituency stretching from Lokichoggio up to a place called Kaleng.Kaikor Ward.Ngissiger Ward. Kerio. Namukse. 3. Lodwar Town. Kalobeyei Ward.Kangirise. 2. Turkwel. Kalokol Ward. 1. Kerio Ward. Kakuma Oropoi Constituency. Proposal 3: The People with disability proposed:- IIBRC Proposals Turkana North Constituency Lokitang Ward. Loreng Ward. and 5. Napetet Ward. Lomeyian. Lokitaung’ Constituency:. Lokichoggio Ward.  Proposed formartion of the following wards:. Kokuro Ward.Kataboi/Lokitaung divisions. Kenyatta Ward.

iii) In Kapila Division. Aspurur and Lochariamois locations. Out of this. Kochodin Ward. Push. and v) Nataiton Division is the last one with Nataiton. to have Kapila. 3. Nyuluka locations.and Loima Constituency Lomeyan Ward. 2) Turkana East Constituency will have: Lochagulo Division with Acheder and Lothii locations with eight sub-locations. There are six sub-locations. Kahemanik. Each location will have two sub-locations.   . Akipur and Nakale locations. Urum. It should have 15 locations. Kaputir Ward and Lobokat Ward of Turkana County. Lokiriama. Nadapal Ward. Loyima. Lokori Ward. iv) Lonelo Division with Lonelo. Lobei Ward. Turkana East Constituency should have 15 civic wards. That is i) Katilu Division with Katilu. five Wards already exist and ten additional wards proposed. Each will have two sub-locations. each with two sublocations. Aparkat and Loriu locations. following divisions:i) Lokichar Division which has two locations and four sub-locations and also Kapese Location. i) (3) Turkwel Constituency to have three divisions. 94 Turkana East Constituency Katilia Ward. Almung‘oroko. constituencies based on the existing divisions. Kamuge. Loruinkipi. It should also have five divisions out of which two exist. ii) Proposed Kalapata Division which will have three locations namely Kalapata. two for each. Lorengippi Ward and Kotaruk Ward of Turkana County. Lotuba and Gangtit locations. Apar and Domelo locations with six sub-locations. iii) Proposing Locha to be a division with Locha. Turkwel Ward. ii) Lokor Division should have Lokor. Proposals related with Turkana South Constituency  Proposed that Turkana south be divided into 3 Turkana South Constituency Lokichar Ward. Lokiriama Ward. Kalapata Ward. 1) Turkana South Constituency should have the Katilu Ward. out of which nine exist. Napeitom Ward and Kapedo Ward of Turkana County. It should also have 31 sub-locations. Loima Ward. out of which 21 exist.

ii) Kainuk Division which should have Kainuk and Lorokor and Kakong Location. Each of this will have two sublocations 95 . All those three locations will have two sub-locations each.Nakabasang and Lokafai locations. iii) Nakwamoru Division: Nakwamoru. Each of them should have two sublocations. Kalamweya and Kaptir locations.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Turkana County 96 .

Split it to create Kapenguria and Sengwer constituencies Pokot South Constituency Lelan Ward. Kapenguria North Proposal 2. Wei-wei Ward. Proposals related to Sigor Constituency Proposed Pokot South Constituency to be crated. Kases Ward. Kalapata Ward. Kiwawa Ward. Kodich Ward and Suam Ward of West Pokot County. Sook Split it to create Kapenguria and Pokot South Ward. Keringet-Psigirio Ward. Kaptabuk Ward. Miskwony Ward. Senetwo Ward. Nakwijit Ward. Kisiaunet Ward and. Sekerr Ward. Split to create Kapenguria and LeLan constituencies Keringet Ward. Chemwochoi Ward. Tamugh Ward. Kasei Ward.25 West Pokot County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views IIBRC Proposals 1.Kaibos Ward of West Proposal 3 Pokot County. Batei Ward. Chepkopegh Ward. Parua Ward. Mwino Ward and of West Pokot County. Chemorongit Ward. Talau Ward. Proposal 1.3. 2. Sigor Constituency Porkoyu Ward. Kanyarkwat Ward. Masol Ward. 5. Lopet Ward. Turkana Central deserved 5 additional constituencies to ensure adequate representation. Chekomos Ward. Proposals related to Kapenguria Constituency Kapenguria Constituency Endugh Ward. Kapchemongen Ward and ChepareriaKosulol Ward of West Pokot County. Ward. 97 . Proposals related to Kacheliba Constituency Proposed to spilt it and create Pokot North Constituency Kacheliba Constituency Akoret Ward. Lomut Ward. Kapchok Ward. Ptoyo Ward. Kapenguria Ward. Lokitanyala Ward. Ywalateke Ward. constituencies Riwo Ward. Cheptulel Ward.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Turukana Central The Population Quota used was not proper. Siyoi Ward. Kapyogen Ward. 3. Kopro ward. Sodany ward. Tapach Ward. Based on the population in the area and the entire Turkana County. Sekerot Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for West Pokot County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Sigor The issue of Community of interest was not observed. 98 .

b) Kapeguria Two wards. Angata Nanyokie Ward. Nairimirimo Ward. Suguta Marmar Ward. Lpartuk Ward. 99 . Kawap Ward. Ngaroni Ward. 2. Nyiro East Ward. Latakweny Ward. Kanyarkwat and Chemochoi.26 Samburu County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Nyiro West Ward. Arsim Ward. Proposals related to Samburu West Constituency c) Proposal create one more constituency to be named Samburu North IIBRC Proposals Samburu West Constituency El-Barta Ward. Opiroi Ward. Wamba Ward. Nyiro South Ward. Biashara Ward. Waso East Ward and Sere-Olipi Ward of Samburu County. Poro Ward. Samburu East Constituency Ngilai West Ward. Proposals related to Samburu East Constituency d) No proposal was presented. Baawa Ward.3. Ng’ari Ward. Lodungokwe Ward. Nachola Ward and Ndoto Ward of Samburu County. Baragoi Ward. Ngare Narok Ward. Marti Ward. were wrongly taken to the new Pokot South constituency. Samburu North Constituency Amaiya Ward. Lkorroto Ward. Lodokojek Ward. Waso West Ward. Shabaa Ward. 5. Milimani Ward. Loosuk Ward. Barsaloi Ward and Kisima Ward of Samburu County.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Samburu County 100 .

(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues. Mukuyu Ward. Sitatunga Ward.Saboti Division. Machewa Ward. Motosiet Ward.3. Kipsongo Ward. Nabiswa Ward. Kiminini/Kinyoro and Central Divisions with 183. Proposals related to Kwanza Constituency 101 Kwanza Constituency . Proposals related to Saboti Constituency  Two constituencies proposed to be created: 1. Kitale Central Constitueny which is to comprise Central Division and Waitaluk division with a population of 201. Proposal 3: the constituency to be divided into: 1. Another proposal was to divide the constituency into 3 constituencies:1. Chepsiro Ward. Kaptega Ward and Mumberes Ward of TransNzoia County.2 sq). Sokoni Ward and Masaba Ward of Trans-Nzoia County. Saboti Constituency . Kibomet Ward.Saboti Ward. Sitatunga Ward. Waitaluk Division and part of the Central Division which is Kibomet Location (With an area of 391. Michai Ward and Makutano Cherangany Constituency Makutano Ward. Waitaluk Ward. Kitale West Constituency to comprise Saboti. Motosit Ward.322. Hospital Ward. Kitale West Constituency to include Sikhendu. Cherangani-Suwerwa Ward. Sinyereri Ward. Suwerwa Ward. Kitale Town Constituency (the old central division). Konyek Ward. 2. IIBRC Proposals Saboti Constituency Kisawai Ward. Kinyoro Division and part of Central Division which is the Municipality Location. 2.3 sq km) 2. Lessos Ward. Milimani Ward. Kiptoror Ward and Chepsiro Ward of Trans-Nzoia County. 5. Sikhendu Ward. Following wards were proposed:. (With an area of 350. Kitale Central Constituency (Kiminini Division and the newly established Kinyoro which includes Kisawai). Saboti na Timboroa divisions. Kaplamai Ward. Matisi Ward. Mumia Ward and Tuwani Ward and Sokoni Ward of TransNzoia County.27 Trans Nzoia County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Machewa. Kimini Constituency – To comprise Kiminini Division. Kaplamai Ward. Sirende Ward. Matumbei Ward. Geta Ward. 3. 3. Proposals related to Cherangany Constituency   It was proposed that the Constituency remains as it is. Chepchoina Ward.Cherangany Ward. 000 people.  Kiminini Constituency Kimini Ward. Kinyoro Ward. Webuye Ward. Milimani Ward. 2.  Endebese Constituency Endebess Ward.

Kapsitwet Ward and Sinyerere Ward of TransNzoia County. Keiyo Ward. Kwanza Constituency Kapkoi Ward. Kwanza Ward. 102 . Proposal 1: Kwanza Constituency should remain as it is. Kapomboi Ward.  Proposal 2: The constituency to be divided into two: 1. Kaisagat Ward. Entebess Constituency 2.

103 .(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Trans Nzoia County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues in Trans Nzoia County.

Kipkabus Ward. Koisagat It was proposed that the following constituencies be Ward. Ngeria Proposed for the creation of Eldoret South and Ward. Moiben Ward. Simat-Kapsaret Ward. Kapyemit Ward. Kimumu-Sergoit Ward. indicated below: Hospital (Sigot Sublocation) Ward (Part). Tapsagoi Ward. Moi’s Bridge South Ward. 3. Sirikwa Sublocations) Ward (Part) and Eldoret North Ward of Uasin Gishu County. Moi’s Bridge North created out of the current Eldoret North: Ward . Karuna  Split the constituency into two and rename them as Ward.3.5. Proposals related to Eldoret North Constituency IIBRC Proposals Soy Constituency Soy Ward. Tarakwa Constituency 104 . Race Course Ward. Langas Ward. and Market Ward and Kapyeimet Ward (Part) (ii) Ainabokoi Constituency.Kamagut Ward. Tembelio Ward. Sergoit Ward. Soy/Moi‘s bridge Stadium-Industrial Ward. Shauri Yako Ward and Kiplombe (Kiplombe and Kilimani sublocations) Ward (Part) of Uasin Gishu County. of Uasin Gishu County. 2.28 Uasin Gishu County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Sugoi Ward. Turbo Constituency Ngenyilel Ward. 1. and MegunWareng. Kipchamo Ward. Olare Ward and Ainabkoi Ward of Uasin Gishu County. Kesses Ward of Uasin Gishu County. Kamukunji Ward. Kipsomba Ward. Proposals related to Eldoret South Constituency  Kapseret Constituency Kipkenyo Ward. Kiplombe (Kuinet 3. Kaptagat Ward. Kapsoya Ward. Ainabkoi Constituency Chemng‟oror Ward. Turbo/sosiani Kipsuswa Ward. (i) Moiben Constituency. Kidiwa2. Proposals related to Eldoret East Constituency Moiben Constituency Moibeki Ward. Ziwa Ward.

Simotwa Ward, Tarakwa Ward, Cheptiret Ward, Oleinguse Ward, Pioneer-Elgon View Ward, Timboroa Ward, Kipchamo Ward, Race Course (Langas Sublocation) Ward (Part) and Tulwet-Chuiyat Ward of Uasin Gishu County.



IIBRC Proposed Map for Uasin GishuCounty

(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report)
a) Eldoret South It emerged that some wards were swapped and one ward had name changed incorrectly.

5.3.29 Elgeyo Marakwet County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views
1. Proposals related to Keiyo North Constituency 2. Proposed a creation of two constituencies:- Keiyo North and Keiyo East; 3. The boundary of the two constituencies should run along Keiyo escarpment; 4. Eastern boundary should be Kerio River and the current Keyio East Division to be elevated to a district and made a Constituency; 2. Proposals related to Keiyo South Constituency  No issues presented.

IIBRC Proposals Keiyo North Constituency
Kapchemutwa Ward, Kokwao Ward, Irong Ward, Kapkonga Ward, Kamogich Ward, Kessup Ward, Central Ward, Sergoit Ward, Kiptuilong Ward, Kapterik Ward, Mutei Ward, Keu Ward, of Elgeyo

Keiyo South Constituency
Kaptarakwa Ward, Mosop Ward, Metkei Ward, Kapkwony Ward, Marichor West Ward, TumeiwoWard, Marichor East Ward, Maoi Ward, Kocholwo Ward, Nyaru Ward, Kamwosor Ward, Soy Ward, Kibargoi Ward, Chemoibon Ward, Chepsigot Ward, Kitany Ward and Kabiemit Ward of Elgeyo-Marakwet County.

3. Proposals related to Marakwet West Constituency  Divide into two constituencies: Marakwet West Constituency and Marakwet Central Constituency;  Marakwet West should comprise of Chebororwo Division which has the following locations:- Konda bilet; Yamurgoi; Tamarur; and Kiabai;  Kapcherop Division has Kapterit; Kamoi; Sengwer; and Kipteber; and  Another proposed name for the constituency is

Marakwet East Constituency
Chebororwa Ward, Cherangany Ward, Lelan Ward, Kamoi Ward, Sengwer Ward, Kuserwo Ward, Moiben Ward, Kapsowar Ward, Chesuman Ward, Kipsaiya Ward, Arror Ward and Koibarak Ward of Elgeyo-Marakwet County.

Kapcherop Constituency
 Marakwet Central to be hived from the existing Marakwet West Constituency. It should comprise of Kapsowar Division, Chebiemit and Tunyo divisions.  Every existing location should be made a ward; 4. Proposals related to Marakwet East Constituency Marakwet East Constituency a) The constituency should remain as it is currently Endo Ward, Koibirir Ward, Embobut constituted; Ward, Embolot Ward, Murkutwo Ward, Mokoro Ward, Kipkaner Ward, Sambirir

Ward. 108 . Kaptich Ward and Kapyego Ward of Elgeyo-Marakwet County. Mon Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Elgeyo Marakwet County 109 .

30 Nandi County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Economical and cultural ties were not considered. Proposals related to Aldai Constituency (iv) No proposed constituency Aldai Constituency Terik Ward. Nandi Hills Constituency Chemase Ward. and that the residents would like the issue of county boundaries looked at in future boundaries review. Tindiret Ward and Kosoiywo Ward of Nandi County. Ndurio Ward. Chemundu-Kaptildil Ward. Kemeloi Ward and Kaboi Ward of Nandi County. Chebarus Ward and Songhor Ward of Nandi County. Mogobich Ward. The community also requested a review of the boundary between two neighboring constituencies in different counties. 2. Miteitei Ward. Maraba Ward.3. Kapkemich Ward. Kapsabet . Chepterit Ward. Historical. 5. Proposals related to Tinderet Constituency (iii) Proposal to split Tinderet and create Kapng‘etuny or Nandi Hills constituency IIBRC Proposals Tinderet Constituency O’llessos Ward. Kapng‟etuny Ward. 3.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Keiyo North It emerged that the Community of interest. Kabwareng Ward. Kapchorwa Ward. Koyo Ward. Soba Ward. Proposals related to Emgwen Constituency Proposal to split Emgwen constituency into two. The Means of communication for resident of a location& sub-location in Eldoret East would like to be moved to Keiyo North as they‘re too far away from the service in their constituency headquarters. Kapsimotwo Ward. (v) Emgwen North and 110 Emgwen North Constituency Kosirai Ward. Kaptumo Ward. KibwarengChebilat Ward. Kapkoros Ward. Chemilil Ward. Siret Ward. Sochoi Ward.

(vi) Emgwen South

Ward, Mutwot-Ngechek Ward, Kaptel Ward, Sangalo Ward, Kiptuiya Ward, Itigo Ward, Lelmokwa (Bibiriet Location) Ward (Part), Songalo (Kipsomoite Sublocation) Ward (Part), Ward (Part) Kapsisiywa Ward and Kamoiywo Ward of Nandi County.

Emgwen South Constituency
Kapkangani Ward, Chepkumia Ward, Kiminda Ward, Kamobo Ward, Kilibwoni North Ward, Kipture-Irimis Kimaam Ward, Kipsigak-Kipsotoi Ward, Kabirirsang Ward, and Arwos Ward of Nandi County. 4. Proposals related to Mosop Constituency A proposal presented Split Mosop into three; (a) Mosop Central Constituency (b) Mosop West Constituency; and (c) Mosop East Constituency

Mosop Constituency
Chepterwai Ward, Surungai Ward, Kurgung Ward, Kabisaga Ward, Kipkaren Ward, Lelmokwo (Sigot, bibiriet and lelmokwo locations) Ward (Part), Kebulonik Ward, Kabiyet Ward, and Ndalat Ward of Nandi County.


(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Nandi County


(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report)
a) Mosop &Emgwen The Means of communication and consultation with all interested parties was not done. As aresult some wards were omitted while others appeared in both constituencies .this needs to be corrected. b) Tinderet Not all interested parties were consulted. There was a mix up of wards and sub- locations, with some going to Tinderet instead of new Nandi Hills Constituency.

5.3.31 Baringo County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views IIBRC Proposals

1. Proposal related to Baringo East Constituency  Proposal to split the constituency into two and rename as Baringo East Constituency Akoret Ward, Churo Ward, indicated below:Tangulubei Ward, Korossi Ward, (a) Tiatiy West ( Tiatiy) Constituency, Kolowa Ward, Ribkwo-Kositei (b) Tiatiy East Korosi Constituency Ward, Loiyamorok Ward, Silale  If not possible to split into two, then it should be renamed Ward and Tirioko Ward of Baringo County. to Tiatiy Constituency 2. Proposal related to Baringo North Constituency

Baringo North Constituency
 The Commission to consider splitting the constituency Ngo’rora-Kinyach Ward, Kabutiei into two but no proposal was given to this effect. Ward, Kaptebererwo Ward, Sibilo Ward, Kaboskei–Kerio Ward, Kaboskei-Kipkata Ward, Kalabata Ward, Lawan Ward, Kabutiei Ward, Kelyo Ward, Ossen Ward, KatiorinSaimo South Ward, Saimo North Ward and Bartum Ward of Baringo County. 3. Proposal related to Baringo Central Constituency Proposal 1. Baringo Central Constituency Tenges Ward, Emom-Kisonei  Split Baringo Central to create Bogoria Constituency and Ward, Sacho Mosop Ward, Sacho Baringo central constituencies Soi Ward, Kimalel Ward, Kabasis Proposal 2. Ward, Nge’t Moi Ward, Kapsoo  Split Baringo Constituency into Marigat Constituency and Borowonin Ward, Ewalel-Soi Kimondis Ward, Orokwo Ward, Baringo Central Constituency Seguton Ward, Chebano Ward,

Moguriny Ward. Kimoriot Ward. Mumberes Ward and Maji Mazuri Ward of Baringo County. Kamar Ward. Ravine Ward. Proposal related to Eldama Ravine Constituency Eldama Ravine Constituency   Change the name Eldama-Ravine constituency to Koibatek West or Koibatek Mosop. Ngambo Ward. Salabani Ward. 114 . Lembus Mosop Ward. Marigat Ward. Sigoro Ward. Mochongoi Constituency Mukutani Ward. LembusKiptoim Ward. Emining Ward. 5. Lembus Mogotio Ward and Kimngorom-Sirwa Ward of Baringo County. Lembus Torongo Ward. Mochongoi and Kibos wards. Create Endorois constituency comprising of Mogorwo. Proposal related to Mogotio Constituency Mogotio Constituency  Proposed to maintain the consistency as it is. Kisanana Ward. Kapsoo/Borowonin Ward. Tenges.Arabel Ward. Loboi Ward.Kibias Ward.  Split the Constituency into Ilchamus and baringo Central With the indicated Wards:. 4. Chebinyinyi. Loboi .Proposal 3. Ilchamus Ward and Mochongoi Ward of Baringo County. Perkerra Ward. Solian Ward. Kaprogonya Ward. Ol Kokwe Ward. Kinyo Ward. Kabimoi Ward. Talai-Ewalel Ward and Kabasis Ward of BaringoCounty. Kiplombe Ward. Kituro Ward. Poror Ward. Cheberen Ward. Koibos-Soi Ward.Ilchamus and Baringo Central. Benonin Ward. Kabarnet Soi Ward. Bekibon. Kakimor-Rosoga Ward. Sinende Ward. Saos.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Baringo County 115 .

Lamuria Ward.32 Laikipia County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Stadium Ward.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Eldama Ravine & Baringo Central It emerged that Community of interest were not considered by IIBRC and the Report varied the names of the wards. Sirma Ward. Hospital Ward. Proposals related to Laikipia East Constituency Proposal 1. Central Ward and Biashara Ward of Laikipia County.3. 5. Split the existing laikipia west constituency into: Ngarua  Nyahururu and  Laikipia West constituency Proposal 5. Laikipia East Constituency . and (iv) Ol-Moran constituencies Proposal 2. Split the existing laikipia constituency into. Split the existing laikipia west constituency into: Ngarua. 116 IIBRC Proposals Laikipia West Constituency Ngobit Ward. Mashamba Ward. Split the existing Laikipia west constituency into: Laikipia West and  Laikipia South constituencies Proposal 3.  Nyahururu and  Laikipia West constituencies Proposal 4. Nturukuma Ward.  Laikipia North and  Laikipia West constituencies 2. Split the existing Laikipia west constituency into:(iii) Rumuruti. Proposals related to Laikipia West Constituency Proposal 1. Tigithi Ward.

Waso Narok Ward and Kinamba Ward of Laikipia County. Manguo Ward.Split Laikipia East to:1. Hethi Ward. Sosian Ward. Oloibor Soit Ward. Ilngwesi Ward. Mukogodo Ward. Umande Ward. Laikipia North 2. Donyo Loip Ward. Mukurian Ward. OlMoran Ward. Salama Ward. Laikipia North Constituency Segera Ward. Idigri-Lepalei Ward. Mutara Ward. Marmanet Ward. Ayam Ward. Lorian Ward. Muthengera Ward. Laikipia East Constituency Proposal 2. Igwamiti Ward. Melwa Ward. Nanyuki municipality Nduyu Ward. Split Laikipia East to:1. NdururumoHospital Ward. Naibor Ward. Laikipia Central and 3. Gituamba Ward. Mumonyot Ward. Dimkom Ward. Laikipia North Constituency. Manyatta Ward. Muhotetu Ward. 117 . 2. Sosian Ward and Lonyiek Ward of Laikipia County.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Lakipia County 118 .

Elburgon Ward. Mariashoni Ward. Split Molo into three:o Mau Ogiek o Molo o Njoro Proposal 4 Molo constituency be split to:1. Naishi Ward.33 Nakuru County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views IIBRC Proposals 1.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Laikipia West It emerged that Laikipia West has a population of 100. Turi North Ward and Kiambiriria Create Bogoria constituency out of Molo. Naishi (Piave Location) Ward (Part) and Mau Narok Ward of Nakuru County. Kihingo Ward. 5. but boundaries were not adjusted or a new constituency added. Proposal by Endorois community Endorois are indigenous people. Njoro Other Proposals Proposal by Ogiek community  Ogiek are an indigenous ethnic minority community found in most parts of the Mau Forest Complex. Turi South Ward. . Ward of Nakuru County. constituency Molo Ward. Proposal 3.361.  Bogoria constituency be created from the existing locations  Bogoria constituency be created from the existing locations Proposal by Mau Ogiek  Ogiek are an indigenous ethnic minority community. Mukungugu Ward. Sururu Ward. Mutamaiyu Ward. 119 Njoro Constituency Njoro Ward. They propose Mau Ogiek constituency to be curved from the larger Molo constituency. Molo Constituency Whole of Eastern Mau Forest Complex Block be a Sachangwan Ward. with its neighbours also having higher populations. Molo 2. Proposals related to Molo Constiuency Proposal 1.3. Mauche Ward. Proposal 2. Lare Ward. Nessuit Ward.

Split Naivasha to:1. Naivasha town constituency. Ogilgei. Ngecha ―B‖. Split Naivasha to:1. Molo constituency as per the current Molo district boundary 2. Lake View Ward. and 3. Ndabibi Ward. Miti Mingi Ward. It is proposed that Sirikwa ward in Kamara division of Kuresoi district be brought to Molo district. Hells‟Gate Ward. Therefore the boundary shall be at Kamwaura River which draws from Mau forest to Lake Baringo via Rongai constituency. Olkaria Ward. Malewa West Ward. 2. Proposals related to Naivasha Constiuency Naivasha Constiuency Proposal 1. Biashara Ward. Kerma and the whole of Piave be moved to Njoro district (as per the current Njoro district) 5. 4. Maiella Ward. Naivasha rural constituency and 3. 2. Maai Mahiu constituency. Mwiciringiri Ward. Gil gil constituency. Miti Mingi location of elementaita division in Naivasha constituency is moved from Gilgil division to Njoro district. Naivasha Constituency Proposal 2. Gilgil constituency Proposal 3 Split Naivasha to:1. Naivasha constituency 120 Malewa East Ward. . Naivasha west constituency. 2. Viwanda Ward. Murindati Ward. It is proposed that Ngondu. Split Naivasha to: 1. Longonot Ward. Gilgil Constituency Kiambogo Ward. Naivasha East Ward and Mai Mahiu Ward of Nakuru County. Naivasha East constituency Proposal 4. Njoro constituency as per the current Njoro district boundary.Proposal Boundaries 1. Maragishu Ward. Gilgil Ward and Mbaruk Ward of Nakuru County. 2. Gilgil constituency 2. 3.

Lanet Ward. Solai (Nyandudu Sublocation) Ward Part. From Langwenda. From Selilia School.3. 5. From Masaita and follows Kipsonoi River to Kipsonoi road to ii. Kaplamai Ward. Subukia Constiuency It was proposed that Subukia be split the constituency into 3 as indicated below:◦ Nyamithi constituency. Kuresoi Ward and Kiptororo Ward of Nakuru County. Kabazi Ward. Kapsimbeiywo Ward. Waseges (Mwitethia Location and Gitundaga sub-location) Ward Part.Siwot road to Langwenda shopping centre to Selilia School iii. ◦ Subukia constituency. Proposals related to Rongai Constiuency  No request for sub-division was submitted. . Sub-division of Kuresoi to 1. Boror Ward Makongeni Ward. Proposal to create a constituency called Tinet out of Kuresoi. Kuresoi south constituency and 2. Waseges (Manyatta and Nyamatithia Sublocations) Ward Part. Proposals related to Subukia Constiuency Kuresoi SouthConstituency Tinet Ward. Kampi Ya Moto Ward. and ◦ Kabazi constituency. 6. Kuresoi North Constituency Kamara Ward. Lengenet Ward and Maji Tamu Ward of of Nakuru County. Sirikwa Ward. Rongai Ward. Solai Ward Part. Nyota Ward. Mkulima Ward. it goes to Kamwaura Bridge (Chemosit River) all the way downwards to Ndoinet. Amalo Ward. Proposals related to Kuresoi Constiuency Proposal 1. kuresoi North constituency Proposal 3 The proposed boundary will run as follows i. Chemener Ward and Cheptuech Ward of Nakuru County. o The upper part shall be the proposed Kuresoi North Constituency. while the lower side shall be the proposed Kuresoi south constituency 4. Keringet Ward. Temoyota Ward. Proposal 2. Koige Ward. Rongai Constituency Ngata Ward. Kiptagich Ward. Proposals related to Nakuru Town Constiuency Bahati Constituency 121 . Munanda Ward and Subukia Ward of Nakuru County.

Proposal 1. Split Nakuru town constituency into Nakuru town West and Nakuru town East. Proposal 2. Split Nakuru town constituency into Menengai, Lanet, Pipeline, Barut, Nakuru Central, Nakuru East, Nakuru West Proposal 3. Split Nakuru town constituency into :◦ Lanet; ◦ Menengai; ◦ Nakuru west; and ◦ Lake Nakuru Proposal 4 Split Nakuru town constituency to; 1. Nakuru town West and 2. Nakuru town East. Proposal 5:  Kiamunyu, Ngata and Technology areas be part of the proposed constituency because of the current status of development and which needs provision of urban dwelling related services e.g. water and sewage system e.t.c.

Bahati Ward, Dondori Ward, Kiamaina Ward, Ndungiri- Kirima Ward, and of Nakuru County.

Nakuru Town West Constituency
Viwanda Ward, Kaptembwa Ward, Barut West Ward, Barut East Ward, Hospital Ward, Rhoda Ward and Shabab Ward of Nakuru County.

Nakuru Town East Constituency
Langa Langa Ward, Nakuru East Ward, Shauri Yako Ward, Biashara Ward, Bondeni Ward, Lake View Ward, Kivumbini Ward, Menengai Ward and of Nakuru County.

Area around Wanyororo, Greenstead and Maili Moja should be made part of the town to benefit from the urban dwelling services. Proposal 6: Boundary of Nakuru Town East and Nakuru Town west constituency to be Crater View, KBC Transmitter, Nakuru Forest Station, Nakuru Municipal Main Treatment water Tank, Nakuru municipal Mortuary, Railway Flyover, Kanu Office, Kenyatta avenue round about, Bondeni road, N.C.C.K to Game Park Main Gate of Nakuru National Park.


(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Nakuru County



Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report)

Subukia & Rongai  There was a mix-up in the transfer of divisions, locations and sub-location and  Minority group interests were not considered (Ogiek) Naivasha  Community of interest, Historical, Economical and cultural ties not considered.  The area is home to diverse people groups, and would benefit from better representation.  Population quota; has high population of 226,056 and by the quota qualifies for 2 extra conctituencies instead of one as proposed. Molo  Re-drawing of boundaries: - one sub-location, Piape, was to be moved from Rongai to Njoro constituency but this was not done. Kuresoi  Community of interest, Historical, Economical and cultural Ties/Minorities/Marginalization not taken into consideration.  The minority group & marginalized in the area, the Ogiek, will be further marginalized as the new constituency, Njoro is bigger than the mother constituency, Molo, thus offering less chance of representation of this people.


and 3. Loirien). Siyiapei Ward. Stadium Ward. Mogondo 1. Masikonde Ward. Kilgoris constituency be split into:1. Trans-Mara East. Kapsasian Ward. Ward. Spilt Narok into:-Narok North. Entiani Ward. Enoosaen Angata. 2.cover the previous Pirrar and Ilkerin Ward. Emurua 2. Kilgoris Constituency Ward of Narok County. Kilgoris constituency be split into:1. (include Ololmaasani. Emarti Kerindon divisions. Kimintet Oloirien Ward.Pirrar) 2. Olopito Ward. Olomismis Shartuka Ward. Proposals related to Narok North Constituency Narok North Constituency Proposal 1. Trans. Narok Emurua Dikirr Constituency Ward. Kapune Poroko Ward. Moyoi Ward and Sikawa Ward of County.(Include Kirindon. Narok east and Melili Proposal 3. Entontol Ward.34 Narok County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. It will follow along the river towards thicketed area Olomismis and Join Mogor river covering engulfing the former pirrar and kerindon Division and continue s along the valley of Operai downstream to Mara river. Olchorro Ward. Lolgorian. Dikirr Divisions) 2. Trans-Mara West. Ward.Barrikoi Ward. Kilgoris constituency be split into:- IIBRC Proposals Kiligoris Constituency Masurura Ward. Ward. Njipiship Ololmaasani Ward. Proposals related to Kilgoris Constituency . Ward. Trans Mara South. Ololchani Shankoe Ward. Kilgoris. Olokurto Ward.5.the remaining part of the entire district Proposal 2. Ward. Trans Mara North (Include Keyian. Dikirr Osinoni Ward. Imasharian-Morijo . 125 Olpusimoru Ward. Nkararo Osinoni Ward.Proposal 1. Ward. Spilt Narok into:-Narok North and Narok East Proposal 2.3. Naisoya Ward. Ward.Mara East – to cover Meguarra tributaries between Shartuka and Ololtenet ward. Proposal 3. Emurua Dikirr. Ward. Olorropil Ward.

Loita. Melelo Ward and Ololulung‟a Ward of Narok County. Olderkesi Ward. Central division will be redistributed. Olkiriane Ward. Ololpironito Ward. Oletukat Ward.Narok highway. Olmekenyu Ward. Narok North and East Constituencies. Reasons being:Ntulele Ward. Nkairamiram Ward. Ntulele and Olenkomei. Narok East and Melili Ward. Naroosura Ward. 126 . Nkareta North Ward. Olokurto  The Existing Narok North constituency be split into Ward. Morijo Loita Ward. Olululunga 2. Maji Moto Ward. and Olokurto divisions will form the basis of splitting the constituency. Upper Melili Ward. Lemek Ward. Siana Ward. Mara Ward. Nkareta West Ward.Narok North. Ongata would border Narok North along Olchorro/Entontol Naado Ward. Enoosupukia Ward and Idarmat Representation and benefitting from the allocation of funds Wards of Narok County.  It was proposed that the proposed Melili constituency Mosiro Ward. Narok West Constituency Sagamian Ward. Osupuko  The boundary of the proposed constituencies will be cutting across the current constituency from Mao forest to the north and to Loita division on the south.444 km2 square and the boundary with other constituencies should remain the same  The infrastructure within the constituency is poorly done only the Naroosura. Equal distribution of resources and manpower if their requests were granted 3. Mulot Ward. The Mau Ward of Narok County. Proposals related to Narok South Constituency Narok South Constituency Split Narok south into two. Lemek/Aitong and significant sections of Narok-Sekenani roads are only passable during the dry seasons Loita West Ward. Nkareta boundary separated by the Nairobi . Olkinyei Ward.  The area is vast with estimated 10. Sogoo Ward. Oleleishwa Ward. ololoipangi and Olmekenyu Sublocation of Ololunga ward and Enelerai Ward and Ilmotiook Ward of Narok County. Elang‟ata-Enterit Ward. from the council.  The residents of Ntulele Ward wanted the ward be split Narok East Constituency into two.Spilt Narok into:. Suswa Ward. East Ward. 1. Keekonyoike Ward. Naikarra Ward. Enabelbel two.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Narok County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) 127 .

Iloodokilani Create Kajiado North Constituency that will comprise of Ward. Ward of Kajiado County. North Keekonyokie Ward. Oloolua. Oloolua Ward. The residents proposed that the constituency be split into two or three but there was a variance in the naming of the proposed constituencies and wards.  The boundary between the new constituency and Machakos and Makueni districts to be the Nairobi – Mombasa /Railway Kajiado Central Constituency line. 2. Mosiro Ngong. Proposal 1. Poka Ward and KinyewaMerrueshi Ward of Kajiado County. 128 . Proposal 2. Ildamat Ward. 5. South Keekonyokie Ward and Torosei Proposal 4. Lemelepo Ward of Kajiado County. Proposals related to Kajiado North Constituency Kajiado North Constituency Proposal 1.3. Kajiado East.the two have a total Ward. Keekonyokie and Ipurko Sub-groups. Kaputei North  Create Kajiado East Constituency that will comprise of Ward. urban constituency. Kajiado West and Kajiado North constituencies. Oldonyonyokie Ward. and this should be an Ward. Kitengela Ward. Proposal 3. Ongata Rongai Ward. Esukuta Ward. Split Kajiado North into:. Create Kajiado West Constituency by putting together Magadi and Ewaso Kedong Divisions. Central Keekonyokie Ward. Olkiramatian Ward. Ngong Ward. Split kajiado North into three.35 Kajiado (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views IIBRC Proposals 1. Market Ward. of the constituency. Prposals related to Kajiado Central Constituency Kajiado East Constituency Oloosirkon-Sholinke Ward. Olkeri Ward. Olopurupurana  Chyulu Game Reserve and Nairobi National Park to be part Ward.No major issues emerged.   Kajiado North constituency is within Kajiado North district. Constituencies. Kajiado West Constituency Shompole Ward. Ilmunkush Ward. Kiserian and Rangai. Magadi Ward. of 11 locations.Kajiado North and Ngong Kandis Ward. and this will be comprised of Hoodokilani. Kiserian Ward. Ilmaroro Isinya Division and Mashuru Divisions .

Matapato East and Matapato sub-group of the Maasai. South Proposal 2.  Kajiado East be made of Kaputiei sub-tribe of theMaasai. Namanga Division and Central Division. Kajiado West. TIpurko.Boundaries of the proposed Ngong to be: The Ngong Hill to the West  The Kiserian River to the East  The Mbagathi river to the South. Namanga 2. Oloolopon . Mailua Ward. Eiti Ward. Dalalakutuk. Kimana Ward. Kajiado East(Isinya division of Kajiado North constituency and Mashuru division of Kajiado Central division). Proposals related to Kajiado South Constituency Proposal 1. Namanga  This should be made up of Ildamat. Meto Ward. Kajiado West The two constituencies to be curved from the two districts (Kajiado Central and Kajiado North) Option 3 1. Olorika-Kuku Ward. Mbirikani Ward. and Kajiado south. Proposal 5. Matapato West Ward. Proposal 3. Option 1 Kajiado East:. Purko Ward. Dalalale Kutuk Ward.They proposed to be curved from the two districts (Kajiado Central and Kajiado North) Option 2 1.  Create Kajiado East Constituency by putting together Enkorika Ward. Proposal 4. Hospital Ward.  Kajiado South constituency should to remain as presently 129 Kajiado South Constituency Lenkisim Ward. Kajiado East 2.  Ngong Forest and Kibiko Escarpment to The South west. Entonet Ward. Lorng‟osua Ward. Ward of Kajiado County. Create Ngong Constituency:.  change the name of Loitoktok constituency to Kajiado South Constituency and every location to be made a ward. Kajiado West The two constituencies to be curved from the two districts (Kajiado Central and Kajiado North 3.Majengo Ward.

Entarara Ward and Rombo Rombo Group Ranch to be squarely in Loitoktok Njukini Ward of Kajiado County.  Split the constituency into two: Loitokitok West and Loitokitok East. constituency/District. Ward.constituted (should not be divided). Proposal 2. 130 .

IIBRC Proposed Map for Kajiado County 131 .ii.

Koiwa Ward. Kaboson Ward. Kimulot Ward and Saosa Ward of Bomet County. Ndaraweta Ward. Kaplong Ward. Tegat Ward and Mugaango Ward of Bomet County. Ndanai Ward. Tuluapmosonik Ward. Sugumeriga Ward. Kapkimolwa Ward. Siriat Ward andKapletundo Ward of Bomet County.3. Boito Ward. Kipsonoi Ward. Proposals related to Chepalungu Constituency  It was proposed that it should be retained as it is. Sibayan Ward. Chepalungu Constituency Lelaitich Ward. Proposals related to Bomet Constituency The constituency to be split into two namely:  Bomet Central constituency to comprise of Bomet central division and the boundary of the proposed constituency should follow the current divisional administrative boundaries without any alterations and all should extend to Bomet town  Bomet East constituency to comprise Longisa division 4. Kanusin Ward. IIBRC Proposals Sotik Constituency Monire Ward. Emkwen ard and Kanusin Ward of Bomet County. Makimeny Ward. Chebilat Ward. Mogogosiek Ward. . Rongena Ward. Siongiroi Ward and Chebunyo Ward of Bomet County. Sigor Ward. Kapkelei Ward. Singorwet Ward. Chemaner Ward. Proposals related to Konoin Constituency Proposal to create another constituency to be shared between Bureti and Konoin constituencies as: Konoin (Current Konoin Constituency)  Bureti Central (Vurrent Bureti Constituency)  Bureti North (To take Kimulot Division from 132 Bomet East Constituency Kipreres Ward. Kamungei Ward. Bomet Central Constituency Chesoen Ward. Township Ward Part.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues 5. Embomos Ward. Kong‟asis Ward. Yaganek Ward.36 Bomet (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. 2. Abosi Ward. Konoin Constituency Cheptalal Ward. Township Ward Part. Itembe Ward. Kaptebengwet Ward. 3. Proposals related to Sotik Constituency  Proposals to create sotik North Constituency were presented. Cheboin Ward. Mutarakwa Ward. Chepchabas Ward. Kembu Ward. Chemagel Ward.

Konoin Const. (iii) IEBC Proposals 133 . And Roret Division from Bureti Const. (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Bomet County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues.) The public proposed split to affect the two neighbouring constituencies of Konoin and Bureti.

Ward of Kericho County. Litein Ward. Kimugungu Ward. Proposal related to Kipkelion Constituency  IIBRC Proposals Kipkelion East Constituency Londiani Ward. Kiptere Ward. Kapsaos Ward. Moniat (Kamarus Sublocation) Ward Part. Kericho County. Majengo Ward.Masaita-Toiyobei Ward. Proposal related to Bureti Constituency  Bureti Constituency Cheplanget Ward. Sigowet Constituency Kaplelartet Ward. Kipteres Ward.37 Kericho (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Cheptororiet Ward. 2. Chilchila Ward. Kenegut Ward and Kapsoit Ward of Kericho County. Kebeneti Ward. Cheptendeniet into two to create Bureti North Constituency Ward. Kapseger Ward. Hospital-Biashara Ward.5. and Tendeno East Constituency. Kibugat Ward. Kamasian Ward. Seretut Ward. Kapkatet Ward. Sorget Ward. Soin (Kechiliat and Kapkomonom Sublocations) Ward (Part). Kapsurer Ward. Kisiara Ward and Techoget Ward of and Bureti South Constituency. Kapseger Ward (Tugunon and Chepcholiet Sublocations) (Part). Chelimo Ward.Split the Constituency Chemosot Ward. Waldai Ward. Kusumek Ward. Motobo Ward. Kimugul Ward. Chaik Ward and Saosa Ward of Kericho County. Tebesonik Ward. Lemotit Ward. Proposal related to Belgut Constituency  Three proposals given. Kaptoboiti Ward. Proposal related to Ainamoi Constituency  No proposal was presented. Soliat Ward and Soin Ward Part of Kericho County. Two proposals given:. Kepkelion West Constituency and Kepkelion Kedowa Ward. Kokwet Ward. Kabianga Ward. Two indicating that it should remain as it is and the third one indicating that it should be subdivided into Belgut North Constituency and Belgut South Constituency Belgut Constituency Chemamul Ward. Kipkelion West Constituency Kunyak Ward. Kipkoyan Ward. 4. Ainanmoi Constituency Ainamoi Ward. Barsiele Ward and Lesirwa Ward of Kericho County. Kapkugerwet Ward. Kipchimchim Ward. Kipsirichet Proposal presented on the creation of Ward.3. 134 . Chesinende Ward. 3.Cheboswa Ward. Cheborge Ward.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Kericho County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Ainamoi Historical ties were not considered during the delimitation and consultation was not done on where the boundaries should be. Konoin and Sotik Constituencies. The Population quota of the wards needs to be redistributed to ensure balanced population in the Kipkelion West and East Constituencies. 135 . b) Kipkelion West The Means of communication was no considered since the headquarters of the new constituency is far from the residents. Buret. An additional constituency to be shared among.

72 people/Km2. Koyonzo constituency . Matungu Constituency Matungu Ward. Eluche Ward. Mirere. Mbomini. Mwira and Namulungu 3. Eshihaka. Ekero. Bomanyi. Mwigunda. Koyonzo Ward.5. The Projected population is103.6Km2. Indangalasia. Makale. Aunga. Nucleus-Mumias North Ward. Lubinu. Mayoni Ward. Namamali. 1.230 and Population Density of 766.3. Khalaba and  136 IIBRC Proposals Mumias Constituency Mumias Central Ward. Emanani. Munami. Eshikalawe. Makunga. Matawa. Matungu. Musamba. Ikama. Bungasi. Shikalame Ward and Musanda Ward of Kakamega County. Chibale.  Koyonzo. Lunga‟anyiro Ward.will comprise of the following locations/wards: Khalaba. Emukhuwa. Isongo Ward and Shibinga Ward of Kakamega County. Indangalasia Ward. Munami. Etenje Ward. Makale. Proposals related to Mumias Constituency The following proposals were made during the public hearings as concerns Mumias Constituency:  Split the current Mumias Constituency into two. and 2. Namulungu. Lung‘anyiro. Namamali Ward. Matungu Constituency. Ekero Ward. Nanyeni. Musanda. Buchifi. Nanyeni. Matungu.8 Km2 and Population Density of 648 people/Km2 . Nucleus and Lureko (Total of 18 wards). Mukulu Ward. Its Population is estimated at 124. Municipality. Kamashia. East Wanga Division has Eluchea. Shianda wards. Kholera Ward.Wanga Mukulu Division comprise of Malaha. The Proposed wards for Mumias Constituency Etenje. Kholera. Lung‘ganyiro. Lusheya Ward. Khalaba Ward of Kakamega County. Eluche.321 inhabitants with an area of 191. Emasinjira. 2. Mayoni. Eshikhalame. Shibinga. Mayoni. The second one is Mumias East to comprise of East Wanga and Wanga Mukulu with an area of 134. Kholera. Mirere. Isongo and Khaimba ward.38 Kakamega County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Matawa Ward. Proposals realted to Matungu constituency Split Matungu constituency into. The first part is Mumias which will comprise of Mumias Central Division and South Wanga Division. Alternatively take. Makhwale. Mukubu. Mumias East Constituency East Wanga Ward. . Koyonzo.will comprise of the following locations/wards: Indangalasia. Lureko Ward.

Munyuki Ward. North to be divided into two wards (North and Mundorerwa). Mautuma Ward.  South Butere Constituency should comprise of :Marama South. Imanga. Mulwanda Ward and North KisaWard of Kakamega County. Lunza. 3. lumakanda. Proposals for Khwisero Constituency (iii) Khwisero Costituency (Sub – divided) Khwisero East Constituency to cover proposed Khwisero North and Khwisero East division and Khwisero West Constituency to cover proposed Khwisero West division and Khwisero Central division. Mabuye Ward.will cover lugari. Lugari Ward. Marama Central. Buchenya. Lugari Constituency Mwamba Ward. kongoni. and Central be divided into two (Central and Township). (v) Split the current Lugari constituency into: Lugari West .  It was further proposed that the Constituency be subdivided into two: East Bunyore and West Bunyore. Township. Marenyo and Eshitari. Central Marama Ward Butere Township Ward and South Marama Ward. 4 Proposals for Butere Constituency (iv) Proposal to split Butere (Butere North Constituency) – to cover Lunza and Butere divisions. Chevaywa Ward. likuyani. Marenyo-Shianda Ward of Kakamega County. and Imanga. Mulwanda should be divided into two wards (Mulwanda and Mushiangubu). Luandeti Ward. Buchenya Ward. lwandenti and chevaywa locations and Lugari East will cover nzoia. Shiraha. South Kisa Ward. East Kisa Ward. mautuma and 137 Butere Constituency North Marama Ward. Shiraha.  It was proposed that Esherombe to be reinstated as a ward. Mahanga Maturu Ward .Musambe wards should form Matungu Constituency. Chekalini Ward. Shiatsala (Butere South Constituency) – to cover Shiatsala and proposed Marenyo divisions. and Marenyo. Manyala Ward. Marakusi Ward. Central Kisa Ward. Khwisero Constituency West Kisa Ward. Manyala.  North Butere Constituency should be formed by Marama North. chekalini. Alternatively:  Divide Butere into two Constituencies namely South Butere and North Butere and create new wards :Eshitari.  This should comprise of three (3) municipality wards and 12 county council making a total of 15 wards. 5 Proposals for Lugari Constituency Proposal 1. Lunza Ward. Shianda.

sinoko locations Proposal 2. West Kabras. then Subdivide to: Malava North (or Matete Mugai Ward.would comprise of the following locations. East Kabras Ward. Likuyani.Lugari constituency and Likuyani Constituency. Malava South ( or Malava Constituency). Create Likuyani Constituency from the current Lugari Constituency Proposal 5 (viii) It should be retained as it is. Central Kabras. Proposal 3. Chekalini. and Chevaywa locations.Constitute of East. Lwandeti. Musemwa-Vinyenya Ward and Sinoko Ward of Kakamega County. Moi‟s Bridge-Matunda Ward. Matete constituency and Lugari constituency Proposal 3. Proposal 4. Chevanywa and Lwandeti Locations Option 2 138 . South Kabras (x) Merge Malava Constituency with Matete District Ward. Shirugu Location and Malava North constitute of East Kabras.Shivanga Location. Proposal 2.Constitute of South Kabras. Proposal 6. Nzoia. Likuyani Constituency Likuyani Ward. (ix) Split the current Lugari constituency into:. Sinoko. Shirugu Ward. Shivanga Ward and Manda Ward of Kakamega County. Sango Ward. South Kabras. Mautuma and Matete constituency .would be composed of. Option 1  Malava South. 6 Proposals for Malava Constituency Malava Constituency Proposal 1. Lumakanda. of Kakamega County. Chemuche Ward. (vii) Split the current Lugari constituency into: Lugari constituency . (vi) Split the current Lugari constituency into: Likuyani constituency. West Kabras Ward. Central Kabras. Shirugu and Malava North. Lugari. Mahira Ward. Butali Ward. Kongoni. Kongoni Ward.  Malava South. Chegulo Constituency ) Ward.

Museno-Shirulu-Lukose Ward. Central Ward. Ivihiga Ward. Maraba Ward.   All proposals Propose that Matete division be returned to Malava Constituency before it is subdivided. Idakho North Ikolomani North and central divisions) and Ward and Idakho South Ward of 139 . and East butsotso Locations). a) Split Lurambi constituency into: Kakamega town. Shirugu The need of the people of Matete District to have their own Constituency is because they have never had a stable chance to participate in political election due to individual political interferences after it was curved out of Lugari District. Bukhulunya Ward. Bunyala East-Namirama Ward. South.Comprise of East. Idakho East Ward. Lurambi South.Proposed and Named. Constituency (to cover Ivihiga and Kambiri Murhanda Ward. and Malava North. SidikhoKochwa Ward of Kakamega County. West Kabras and Mwisanjiro (Township). Shinoyi-Shikomari-Esumeiya Ward. Matende Ward Musaa Ward. Malava south. and Lurambi – (will comprise of the current North Butsotso. Proposal 2. Budonga Ward. South butsotso.Lurambi North. divisions) and Shinyalu Constituency (comprising Virhembe-Mukango Ward. Shibiriri Ward. Lurambi Constituency Sichirayi Ward. Ingotse-Matiha Ward. Centaral Butsotso. Nambacha. and east Bunyala Locations-Navakolo division). 7 Proposals for Lurambi Constituency Proposal 1. Shing’otoof West and Central isukha divisions) Shiasava Ward. Central Butsotso Ward of Kakamega County. b) Split lurambi into:.Shivanga Division. Bukura Ward. East Isukha Ward. Milimani Ward. Shidodo-Shitochi Ward and Ilesi Ward of Kakamega County. Mahiakalo Ward and Shikoti Ward. Idakho Central Ikolomani North -( to comprise of proposed Ward. Bunyala Central-Nambacha Ward.Ileho Kambiri Ward. 8 Proposals for Shinyalu Constituency Shinyalu Constituency c) Proposal to split Shinyalu constituency into: . 9 Proposals for Ikolomani Constituency Ikolomani Constituency d) Split Ikolomani Constituency into two as follows: Idakho North Ward. Navakholo Constituency and Navakholo Constituencies. Amalemba Ward. Navakholo – (will comprise of West Bunyala.

Ikolomani south -(To comprise of Ikolomani East Kakamega County. 140 . and South divisions).

The population of Malava is beyond the National quota. 141 .40 sq. at a population of 205‘166 in area of 427.km and yet was not subdivided.(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Kakamega County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Malava The Population quota was not adhered to.

b) Vihiga Municipal Constituency or ―Wambale‖ for the Maragolis to include: Wamuluma. Sabatia and 142 IIBRC Proposals Vihiga Constituency Wamuluma Ward. Proposal 2. Division 2-Busali East and West iii. Proposals related to Vihiga Constituency Proposal 1. Merge Sabatia and Vihiga Constituency and create and create 3 constituencies namely: Mbale.  Split Vihiga constituency to create:. Division 1-Wadonga and North Maragoli location.3. vi. 2. Izava North. and vii. Chavakali Ward. The current Sabatia and Vihiga constituencies should be brought together so that a new constituency will be curved out to form Mbale constituency. Wodanga Ward. Proposals related to Sabatia Constituency Proposal 1. Division 6. North Maragoli Ward. iv.5.locations of Vihiga district. chambiti. Ezava Ward.  Convert the following proposed divisions to constituncy i. Division 3-West Maragoli and Chavakali locations. Vihiga municipality. . Kegoye and Chango sub . Sabatia Constituency Busali Ward. Mung‘oma location. Lyaduywa Ward and Sabatia West Ward of Vihiga County. and c) To be curved from Sabatia and Vihiga constituencies. ii. Division 4-Izava north and South location v. Proposal 2. Central Maragoli Ward and South Maragoli Ward of Vihiga County. Division 5-Central and south maragoli location.Mbale constituency. Mungoma Ward. Lugaga Ward. Izava South and part of Chavakali and West Maragoli locations.39 Vihiga County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. and Mbale constituency will incorporate the current Chavakali division of Sabatia district in addition to Mbihi. Central Maragoli.Lugaga. Sabatia constituency and Vihiga constituency.

Shiru Ward. Luanda South Ward and Mukhalakhala Ward of Vihiga County. Itirichi Yiivwakwe (East Tiriki) 2.Vihiga 3. Itirichi Yiitunen (West Tiriki) Proposal 2. 4. Emabungo Ward. Emuhaya constituency. Luanda Ward. and Hamisi East constituency by combining Senende. Jepkoyai. Mwibona Ward. Proposals related to Emuhaya Constituency  Split Emuhaya constituency to create:i.  Create Hamisi Hamisi West constituency by combining Tambua. Shamakhokho and Muhundu. Proposals related to Hamisi Constituency Proposal 1. Tambua Ward and Jepkoyai Ward of Vihiga County. and ii.  Hamisi constituency split to. 1. Banja Ward. Central Bunyore Ward and West Bunyore Ward of Vihiga County. Shiru. North East Bunyore Ward. Luanda Emuhaya Constituency Wemilabi Ward. Banja and Gisambai. Shamakhokho Ward. Bunyore North Ward. Luanda constituency. Shaviringa Ward. Hamisi Constituency Muhudu Ward. Gisambai Ward. 143 . Emuhaya Constituency East Bunyore.

Chepkube.(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Vihiga County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues. Namorio Ward. Kongit.3. Sasur Ward. Chengeywo Ward. Cheongenywo and Kapkateny locations. Elgon Cheptais Ward. 2. Nomorio. Chesikak Ward. Proposals realted to Mt. Mt. Mt. Chepyuk Ward. Elgon Ward. Chemoge Ward. . Elgon West constituency/district (Cheptais) will 144 IIBRC Proposals Mt. Elgon West constituency /district (Cheptais) will comprise of Chepatis and Kopsiro divisions with Cheptais. Elgon. Kaptama divisions with Kamuneru. Chepkube Ward. Emmia Ward. Mt. Elgon East constituency (Kapsokwony) will comprise of Kapsokwony. Kapsokwony. Kapkateny Ward. 5. Kaptama and Kaboywo locations. Kaboywo Ward and Kaptama Ward of Bungoma County.40 Bungoma County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Chemoge. Option 2 1. Elgon Constituency Option1 1. Sasuri.

3. Kaptama divisions with Kamuneru. Mabusi. Lwandanyi Ward. Proposals realted to Kanduyi Constituency Kanduyi constitutes: Bungoma South District. Mwomo. 145 Sirisia Constituency Namwela Ward. Lwandanyi and Malakisi division which will cover the entire Bungoma west district with Changara. Sasuri. 1. Kabula. Mt. Chepkube. Kimaeti. Nasianda. West . Chebukutumi Ward. Kimaeti Ward. Khasoko. 4. South Bukusu Ward. Proposal 2. Siboti. Sitabicha-Mwalie East Ward and Tamlega-Mwalie West Ward of Bungoma County. Bumula Ward. Proposals related to Bumula Constituency Proposal 1.comprise of Chepatis and Kopsiro divisions with Cheptais. Siboti. Siboti. Namwela. Mayanja. Bumula. Ndakalu Ward. Siboti Ward. Nabudalaya. Kongit. waisawahi and Mukwa. Nomorio. Namwela. East Sang’alo Ward. (vii) Kibabii constituency be created out of Bumula and Kanduyi constituencies and it will comprise of Kibabii. Mt. Elgon. Kabuchai Ward. Namubila Ward. Create Endebese Constituency 2. Kulisiru Ward. Mabusi. Kimaieti. 2. Chemoge. Kabuchai Constituency Mukuyuni Ward. Napara. Napara. Bukembe East Ward. Luuya Ward and Sirare Ward of Bungoma County. Bumula Constituency Kabula Ward. Napara Ward and Mukwa Ward of Bungoma County. North Bukusu Ward. Lwandanyi and Malakisi division which will cover the entire Bungoma west district with Changara. Lumboka.  Proposed the creation of Siboti Constituency having the following wards:-Kibuke.  The following Wards were proposed to be created:Nakhawana. Kabuchai. West Bukusu Ward. Isawahi. Mukwa. Kapsokwony.  Proposed that the following locations form the Bumula constituency:-Musikoma. Elgon Central constituency Option 3. Proposals realted to Sirisia Constituency It was proposed that: Kabuchai constituency to comprise of Nalondo. Watoya. Chwele and Mukuyuni divisions. and Kanduyi Division. Kanduyi Constituencies Bukembe West Ward. 3. Chwele Ward. Kaptama and Kaboywo locations. West Bukusu Locations and Sinoko Ward and Siranyi Wards. Chongoyi Ward. Musakasa. this will cover the entire Bungoma central district  Sirisia constituency to comprise of the old Sirisia with code 171 and it will cover Sirisia.  Sirisia constituency to comprise of the old Sirisia with code 171 and it will cover Sirisia. Cheongenywo and Kapkateny locations. Bukusu. Khasoko Ward. Elgon East constituency/district (Kapsokwony) will comprise of Kapsokwony.

North Ward. Nabuyoole Ward. Misikhu Ward.  The two constituencies should be:-Tongaren constituency should run from River Nzoia to Kiminini River while Naitiri constituency should run from Kiminini river to Kamukuywa river. (i) Bukembe location Khalaba Ward. Naitiri Ward and Ndalu Ward of Bungoma County. Webuye Constituency Webuye South Ward. Milo Ward Sitikho Ward. Webuye East Ward. Chetambe Ward.  Requested Kibisi location to be part of Ndivisi constituency. Soysambu Ward. Siritanyi Ward. Tongaren constituency to comprise of the old Tongaren and Ndalu divisions. 1. 146 . Kibingei Ward. Maeni Ward. Kimilili Constituency Chebukwabi Ward. Namarambi and Ndirisi. Webuye North Ward. 5. Proposals realted to Webuye Constituency  An area of 214. 6. Tongaren Ward. The feature that delineates the constituency is river Kamukuywa and it borders Saboti and Lugari constituency. Lukusi. Mjini comprise of the following areas: Ward. Kimilili SouthWard. Musikoma Ward.Chetambe.  Proposed to divide Webuye into two constituencies: Ndivisi and Webuye.8 Km2 as per 1999 census. Kiminini Ward .  Proposed to borrow Mbakalu sub-location and Misiku sublocation to form part of Ndivisi constituency.  The Bungoma North District should be divided create a new District called Tongaren which should in turn be Split into two constituencies. Tongaren Constituency Mbakalo Ward. Milima Ward.It was proposed for the creation of Sang‘alo constituency to be Sang’alo Ward Kibabii Ward. Proposal 2.384. Miendo Ward and Kituni Ward of Bungoma County. Lugusi Ward.  It is formed out of current Kimilili and Bungoma North District with a Population 135. Namasanda Ward of (ii) East Bukusu location Bungoma County. Makhonge Ward and Nabikoto Ward of Bungoma County.Sinoko Ward. Bokoli Constituency Bokoli Ward.  Proposed Ndivisi Constituency to comprise of the following locations:. (iii) Khalaba sub-location and Parts of Kabula location. Namarambi and Ndivisi.  Correct the mistake of wards done by transferring districts and transfer Lwandeti to Webuye and rename it Malaha while Lwandeti ward should remain in Lugari. Kabuyefwe Ward.  Requested for Mbakalu and Misikhu Sublocations to be added up the population to 97. Stadium curved out of Bumula and Kanduyi constituency which will Ward. Proposals realted to Kimilili Constituency Proposal 1. Lukusi.  Ndivisi Constituency should have the following locations:Chetambe. Ndivisi Ward and Namarambi Ward of Bungoma County.000 inhabitants. Sio Ward.

Naitiri constituency/Kimilili to comprise of two divisions namely Mbakalo and central division. Webuye and Sirisia constituencies 147 . This has been the old boundary for the two divisions and it borders Mt. the feature that delineates this constituency is river Kamukuywa as the district boundary for Kimilili constituency and Tongaren Constituency.2. Elgon.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Bungoma County 148 .

and Bunyala South Ward of Busia County. 5. Mayenje Ward. . Bulanda Ward and Mjini Ward of Busia County.  Split Budalangi Constituency along River Nzoia into two for easy service delivery and development. Proposals related to Budalangi Constituency  Bunyala South Ward should have two more wards as it was in 1997 . Burumba Ward. 2.  Nambale District be called Bukhati – (Nambale Constituency) while Busia District which comprises of Matayos and Busia Municipality to be called Busia/Matayos Constituency  There should be no attestation to the administrative boundaries. Matayos South Ward. Manyole Ward. This should remain as an entity.  Bunyala East should be split into two: -Bunyala East and Bunyala North. Proposals related to Nambale Constituency  Nambale is the most highly populated constituency with over 200. Lunyofu Ward.  Busia Municipality has four wards from Amagoro.  Geographical area of over 400 square Km.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues.3.  Nambale should be divided into two Constituencies which should be exactly identical to the two districts.Ajula ward.000 and floods make it impossible for one Councillor to serve these people.  Two rivers that interferes with communication. This is due to the fact that it is densely populated with a population of 20. Budalangi Constituency Bunyala North Ward. Bukhayo North-Walatsi Ward. Bukani Ward. Four wards from Busia District. Sio River and River Walati which joins River Sio at Nambale  Nambale Constituency has two districts: Nambale and Busia.000 people. Kisoko Ward. Bukhayo Central Ward of Busia County.  There is need recovery of Islands from Uganda: Sigulu. Lwanyange Ward. Bukoma Ward.  Changes should be within the existing administrative boundaries. Bulemia Ward. 149 IIBRC Proposals Nambale Constituency Tangakona-Khwirale Ward. Matayos Constituency Busibwabo Ward. Bukhayo West Ward. thus. Bukhayo East Ward.41 Busia County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1.

Amukura Constituency – Comprise of : Busia town. Based on Historical reasons areas from Usonga along the Yala Delta be placed in Bunyala. There were no figures. Akadetewai. Mau Mau road which is graded up to Nyadorera and then its left about 12 Km thus. Split Amagoro into:1. Kamolo. 3. Akoret. Funyula Constituency Funyula North Ward. Asing‘e. Mau Mau road which is graded up to Goi River and beyond the slopes of Got Ramogi.e. Siro. and Bwiri Ward of Busia County. Lupinda (Bukhayo Reverted original name which is Lupinda). okatekok 2. Omong‘ura. Funyula South Ward. Okame. Chakol North Ward. Chakol South Ward. Akoret Ward. Kaujakito.     Ama. Aremit. Proposal 2. Kimaeti. Kaliwa. Amukura Central Ward. Ochude. no maps or memorandum presented on administrative units. Amagoro. Proposals related to Funyula Constituency  Split Funyula Constituency into two:-Funyula North and Funyula South. Apegei. Alupe Ward. Kaliwa Ward. Proposals related to Amagoro Constituency Teso South Constituency Proposal 1. On the Yimbo side. Sagiti. the Bunyala had agreed to divide the Constituency into two. Kwang‘amoru. Chakol Central Ward. Nangina Ward. The neighbouring road which Members of Parliament grades some roads upto some level and leaves it for Bundalangi i. Angorom. Odiado Ward. Amukura East Ward. The Chairman was not convinced that. Amukura. there were requests that Bunyala goes up to some level and leaves it for Budalangi i. Siamulda. Ang‟orom Ward. Teso North Constituency 150 . 4.Colonial North Teso Location and Teso South – Colonial South Teso Location Malaba West Ward.e. Kotur. Amerikwai Ward and Agolot Ward of Busia County. Lolwe and Musambwa. Split Amagaro into two constituencies:Teso North. the section should now be officially given to Budalangi. Kamuriai. Amogoro Constituency – Walatsi. Wakhungu Ward. Namboboto Ward. Amoni.

Butula Constituency Marachi West Ward.) Mariachi Central (Bukhalalire. Namubira. Elugulu Ward. Requested for more wards. Malaba South Ward. Esikoma Ward. Malaba East Ward. Ang‟urai East Ward of Busia County. Elukhari ( Elukhari).Aboloi. Elukongo). (Tingolo. Malakisi 5. (Ikonzo Bujumba )  It is inhabited by Abamarachi Luhya sub-tribe. Aboloi. Elugulu. No expansion or interference with boundaries. Angurai. Kolanya. Moding. Kocholya. kakapel. Malaba North Ward. Chamasini. Elugulu (Bukhuma. Katakwe. Okuleu. Angurai. Ang‟urai Ward.  151 . Osajai. Proposals related to Butula Constituency  No proposal to split constituency however. Changara. Elukhari Ward and Tingolo Ward of Busia County. Split Wards/Locations as follows:Marachi East. Lwandanyi. Elukongo Ward. Malaba Central Ward. Ang‟urai North Ward.Katakwa.) Bumala Bujumba. Kokare. Bukhalalire Ward. Kotur. Bumala. Kingandole. Sikoma. They should remain intact. 3.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Busia County 152 .

Siaya West Ward. Proposals related to Alego Constituency  Three proposals were made: i). South Alego. Alego Usonga – (Central Alego. 2. Uholo East Ward. Alego constituency be sub-divided into two. Boro EastWard and South East Alego Ward of Siaya County. Jera Ward. West Alego Ward. South East Alego. The constituency to be split into three namely.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues. South Ugenya 153 . South Alego Ward. North Alego (Part) Ward. 5. Usonga Ward. Ukwala East Ward. Proposals related to Ugenya Constituency  It was proposed to split Ugenya Constituency into Two namely Ugunja Constituency and Ugenya Constituency. Ugenya Constituency Ukwala West Ward. ii). North West. South West Alego Ward. West Ugenya Ward.Ugenya Ward. East AlegoWard. Ugunja Constituency Ugunja Ward.42 Siaya County (i) Public Views 1. North Ugenya Ward. West Alego and Usonga location. Alego Constituency – Eastern part comprising of East Alego. Ugenya Ward and West Ugenya Ward of Siaya County. Siaya East Ward. East Ugenya Ward. Township and North Alego location. iii). Uholo NorthWard. Ugunja Ward. South Central Alego. SiayaNorth Ward.3. The constituency to be split into two namely: Alego East – comprising of Umala and Kogelo division and Alego West – Comprising of Boro and Uranga division of Siaya district. Siaya Central Ward. South West Alego.Alego East (Umala and Kogelo division)Alego Central (Boro division) and Alego West (Uranga division) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Alego Usonga Constituency Mjini Ward. North East. Boro West Ward.

South Sakwa Ward and Central Sakwa Ward of Siaya County. Gem Constituency Anyiko-Sauri Ward. Central Gem Ward. Central Yimbo Ward. Ajigo Ward.comprising Wagai. East Asembo Ward and Central Asembo Ward of Siaya County. North (i) Gem Yala – to include Malanga. MarandaWest Ward. West Uyoma Ward. East (ii) Gem-Wagai. Rera. BarKowino East Ward. Umala Ward. Proposals related Gem Constituency  It was proposed that Gem be split into two namely: Rarieda Constituency East Uyoma Ward. Yala Division Gem Ward.Marenyo Ward. Bar Kowino West Ward. Bondo Town Ward.made of Rarieda East and West 4. Nyawita Ward. Bar Kalare Gem Ward. Nango. (ii) Rarieda constituency. South UyomaWard. 154 . UsiguEast Ward. Wagai North Ward.North Sakwa Ward.made of Madiany East and West. Ouya divisions and Bondo Constituency (ii) To split Bondo constituency into Usigu constituency and Bondo constituency (iii) To split Bondo constituency into Bondo Constituency and Bondo South Constituency Bondo Constituency Oyamo Island.Ward. Ambira-Ngunya Ward andMagoya-Rambula Ward of Siaya County. Nyamninia Ward. 3. Jina Ward. Usigu West Ward. Divisions Wagai SouthWard and South Gem Ward of Siaya County. Proposals related Bondo Constituency  Three proposals were made: (i) That Bondo Constituency be divided into two namely Nyan’goma Constituency – Comprise Nyan‘goma. Central Uyoma Ward. 5. Proposals related to Rarieda Constituency  It was proposed that Rarieda constituency be Subdivided into two namely (i) Madiany constituency. Deda Island.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Siaya County 155 .

East Kolwa Ward and Central Kolwa Ward of Kisumu County. Nyalenda and Migosi 3. central and East Kolwa location bordering Nyando Constituency to the South of Muhoroni constituency at the Sidho-Obumba-Lie Lan‘go Border (iii) Split Kisumu Town East into Kisumu East constituency.Nyalenda A Ward. Proposals related to Kisumu West Constituency 156 Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Seme Constituency North Central Seme Ward. West Seme Ward. Manyatta Ward. Otwenya Ward and East Seme Ward of Kisumu County.3. Proposals related to Kisumu Rural Constituency(Seme)  Five proposals were made: (i) To split Kisumu Rural into Maseno Constituency and Kombewa Constituency. Kisumu Town East constituencyComprised East and west Kajulu. South Central Seme Ward.(Kajulu East and West. Kolwa Central. Kondele Locations b.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No emergining issues. Kolwa East and Miwani) Kisumu Central Constituency. South West Seme Ward.comprise of the entire West Kolwa as it is in the current administration structure. a. (ii) To split Kisumu Rural into Seme East and Seme West and create Luanda Constituency (iii) To split Kisumu Rural into Kisumu Town and Seme constituencies. 5. Kolwa Constituency. West Kajulu Ward. (iv) To split Kisumu Rural into Kisumu Rural and Seme 2. Kisumu East Constituency East Kajulu Ward. Kondele.43 Kisumu County (i) Public Views 1. Proposals related to Kisumu East Constituency  Three proposals were made (i) Kisumu East be split into Kibos constituency and Kisumu Town East constituency (ii) Split KisumuTown East into. Kisumu West Constituency .Comprise of Town.

Kisumu Central Constituency Kondele Ward. 157 Nyando Constituency Kochieng’ Ward. EastAwasi. North West Kisumu Ward and West Kisumu Ward of Kisumu County. Kawino North and Kawino South Wards and for Remaining wards to constitute Nyando constituency. KochogoWard and Onjiko-Wawidhi Ward of Kisumu County.Comprised of Katho. Kombura Ward. . East Kisumu.Bwanda-Kanyagwal Ward. Kisumu Central Ward. Railway Ward. North Kisumu Locations) Stadium Ward. North Kisumu Ward. Otwenya. (ii) To split Kisumu Town West into two and re-align boundaries of the Current Kisumu Town West Consituency (Proposed Seme Constituency) by transferring West and North West Kisumu Wards/ Locations to the proposed Kisumo Constituency (a) Seme constituency ( To cover N. West Seme. Bwanda. (b) Kisumo Constituency (To Cover N.Kaloleni-Shauri Moyo (iii) To split Kisumu Town West into two to create Ward and Migosi Ward of Kisumu Kisumu Central and Kisumu Constituency.W Kisumu.W Kisumu. East Kano Ward. Kombura. Nyalenda ―B‖ Ward. Kochieng‘ East and West. Proposals related to Nyando Constituency  Two proposals were made: (i) To split Nyando constituency into Kadibo Constituency and Nyando Constituency (ii) To split Nyando constituency intoWinam Constituency and Nyando Constituency  It was also proposed that the following wards be created: (i) A new Tura ward (ii) Subdivision of Awasi to Osiri. S. West Awasi wards  Create:(i) Winam Constituency wards. Central Milimani Ward. County 4. East Seme Locations) South West Kisumu Ward.C Seme. Kisumu East Ward. Kakola Ward. and (ii) Nyando constituency to consist of Tura (New).C Seme. Kawino Ward. Kisumu North Ward.Aerodrome Ward. S. S.W Seme. West Kisumu. Kibuye Ward. Kisumu. Kogony Ward. Awasi Ward. Kanygwal. Market Ward. Kombura-Katho Ward. Three proposals were made: (i) To split Kisumu Town West into two namely Kisumu Town West and Kisumu Rural and Rename current Kisumu Rural to Seme Constituency.

Masogo Ward.Nyang’oma Ward.formed by the remaining part Muhoroni Constituency Miwani Ward. Proposals related to Muhoroni Constituency Six proposals were made:  Split Muhoroni settlement Constituency.Ward. Thurdibuoro Ward. Miwani Locations (iv) Nyando Constituency to be renamed Kano East Constituency (v) Kano west Constituency – Comprise of Bwanda/Kanyagwal. West Nyakach Ward.E Kano. N. Ombeyi South Ward And for North East Kano constituency to adopt the and Kabar Ward of Kisumu County. East NyakachWard. Ombeyi North Ward. Nyakach-Nyalunya Ward and Pap Onditi Ward of Kisumu County. Onjiko wards. Kolwa East and Central 6. Miwani Division Boundaries (i) Muhoroni to remain as it is. North East NyakachWard. Proposals related to Nyakach Constituency  It was proposed that the existing Nyakach constituency be split into Upper Nyakach Constituency and Lower Nyakach Constituency. Muhoroni Town Ward.  . Koru. (ii) Split Oboch to form Oboch and South West Nyakach wards (iii) Split Nyalunya ward to form Nyalunya and Central Nyakach wards (iv) Split North nyakach to form North Nyakach and Rang‘ul ward. Chemelil. Wawidhi. East Awasi(New). Fort Ternan Ward. Owaga Ward. Onjiko. Sigoti Ward. Tamu Ward. Kakola. Ombeyi. Magina(New) East Kano wards 5. South West Nyakach Ward. Kikolo. The following was proposed for the wards: (i) Split Asawo to form Awaso and pap Onditi wards. (iii) Muhoroni Constituency to be renamed Kano North Constituency to nclude Muhoroni township. Kochieng‘Kombura/Katho. God Nyithindo Ward. West Awasi Kochogo. (v) North Nyakach be split into South Nyakach and 158 Nyakach Constituency North Nyakach-Rangul Ward.Comprise of Muhoroni and Miwani constituencies (Boundary of the Settlement will be adopted) and Muhoroni Constituency. Nyang‘oma. (ii) To review Nyando. Ayweyo (New). Muhoroni and Kisumu East Constituency boundaries and names to include Awasi. Kochogo. Chemilil Ward. God Nyithindo. Fort Tenan. SouthNyakach Ward.Kakola. Kawino.

159 .South East Nyakach ward (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Kisumu County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No major emerging issues.

Wang‟chieng Ward and Kakelo Ward Karachuonyo Constituency Kanam Ward. Kochia West Ward.Mawira-Rabuor Ward. Proposals related to Rangwe Constituency Proposal 1. Proposals related to Kasipul-Kabondo Constituency Option 1 The constituency to be split into two namely. Ayoro Nyadong‟e Ward. Homa Bay Town. 3. Kabondo Constituency 2. Kokwanyo Ward.GendiaAwach Ward.3. Central KarachuonyoWard. Kasipul West Constituency. Comprising of Gem Asumbi. Kibiri Ward. Kabondo Constituency created to comprise of the current Kabondo Division. Comprising of Homa Bay town. Wire Hill-Migwa Ward. Kagan WestWard and Kagan East Ward. Obisa Ward. Central Kasipul (Part) Ward. Gem Central Ward. Proposals related to Karachuonyo Constituecny Proposal 1.Kakdhimu Ward. Kasipul East Constituency. Kochia and Kagan Locations 160 Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries IIBRC Proposals Kasipul Constituency West Kasipul Ward. Rambira Ward. 2.  Split Ragwe constituency into. Simbi-Kogembo Ward. Gem East Ward. . 2. and Kachien Ward. Kasewe Ward. 1. Kabondo Constituency Kawuor Ward. Kanjira-Kobier Ward. though respective wards not indicated at all: (i) Karachuonyo South (To Cover Kanyaluo and Kibiri Divisions). Kanyaluo Ward. Kasipul Constituency created to comprise of the current Kasipul Division Option 2 The current Kasipul Kabondo Constituency be split into three. Kokoth Ward and Wang’chieng-Karabondi Ward.5. (ii) Karachuounyo West (To Cover West and North West Divisions). Rangwe Constituency Gem West Ward. 1. Rangwe. (ii) East Karachuonyo (Covering current East Karachuounyo Divisions) 3. 2. Kochia East Ward. Sikri Ward. East and West Kanyadas.44 Homa Bay County (i) Public Views 1. and (iii) Karachuonyo East (To Cover North East and Central Divisions)  Split into two as follows: (i) West Karachuonyo ( Covering current West Karachuonyo Divisions). Kojwach Ward.Kabondo-Ramba Ward.  Split the Constituency into three as follows. Gumba-Jieri Ward. 1.

Hospital-CentralMarket Ward. (ii) Ndhiwa West (To cover Kobama and Nyarongi Divisions). Gembe Central Ward. Mbita East Constituency to comprise Mbita Mainland made up of Gembe East. Mfangano Constituency 161 Homa Bay Town Constituency Kanyabala Ward. Ndhiwa and Kobodo Divisions). Mbita Constituency Takawiri Island. (ii) Ndiwa East or Riana Constituency (To cover Pala. Atego. Kalanya Ward. The constituency is named Lambwe Valley Settlement Scheme. a constituency be created along the boundaries of Lambwe Valley Settlement Scheme curved out of Mbita constituency with its original boundaries as prescribed by the beacons to include Ruma location now in Gwassi Constituency. Riana.West Mfangano Ward.  Split Ndhiwa into two to create the following: (i) Ndiwa East (To cover Pala. Kamasengre Ward. Lambwe East Ward. Proposals related to Ndhiwa Constituency Proposal 1. WawareWakinga Ward. Kanyikela Ward. Mfangano South Ward. Posta-Bonde Ward. East Kwabwai Ward. . Kanyadier-Kothidha Ward. Central Kanyamwa Ward and West Kanyamwa Ward. Ndhiwa Constituency West Kwabwai Ward. (ii) Rangwe.  Split Ragwe constituency into. Along the present Rangwe Division Boundary 4. (i) Homa Bay Constituency. GembeEast Ward. Option 2 1. Kasgunga Central Ward and Kasgunga West Ward. Gembe Central. Along the present Asego Division Boundary. and other small island. Remba Island. Proposal 2. Remba. Rusinga. Lambwe Constituency that.Proposal 2. Takawiri.Lambwe West Ward. Riana West Ward. South Kabuoch Ward. Mfangano. (iii) Ndhiwa West or Nyarongi Constituency (To cover Kobama and Nyarongi Divisions) 5. WestKanyidoto Ward. Lambwe East and Lambwe West locations 2. Rusinga East Ward. Divisions). South Kanyamwa Ward. Proposals related to Mbita Constituency Option 1 1. 2. Riana. Ringiti. Kaswanga-Wanyama Ward. North Kanyamwa Ward.  Split Ndhiwa into two to create the following: (i) Ndhiwa (To Cover Kobado and Ndhiwa Divisions). Mbita West Constituency to comprise all the Mbita islands namely. Gembe West. Katuma Ward.Central Kabuoch Ward. West Kanyada (Part) Ward and East Kanyada (Part) Ward.

Central and Gwassi north divisions. Gwasi Constituency Migingo Island. Ruma Ward. Takawiri and other small islands. Mbita constituency 6. Gwasi Central Ward. (ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Homa Bay County (ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No emerging issues. namely the Mfangano division and Central Division hived off from Gwassi constituency.e. Kaksingri West Ward. i. 162 . Gwasi North Ward. That.  Suba Central constituency comprising parts hived off from Mbita constituency.3. Owich Kibwer Ward and Gwasi WestWard of Homa Bay County. Proposals related to Mbita Constituency  Suba Central constituency. Kaksingri East Ward. Remba. a new constituency be curved out from the old Suba district. Mbita and Gwassi constituencies should cede some of their parts and it shall be formed by Sumba. To this will also be added the islands of Ringiti.

These will be named as Central Kanyamkago. Macalder Ward. Kater. South East Kadem. The Boundaries for Uriri Constituency should cover Oyani division and Uriri division. Kanyasa Ward. Karatini.3. The new ones should be:. West Kadem. Muhuru East Ward and Muhuru West Ward of Migori County. East Kadem. Mairu South East. Currently there are six wards. Central Kadem. Kaler Ward. Rapogi Constituency should include Kambogo division and Rapogi division.45 Migori County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views  1.West Muiru. East Kadem Ward.     . Mpper 163 IIBRC Proposals Nyatike Constituency Kachieng’ Ward. thus suggestions that each ward be divided into two = 12 wards to create 15 wards up from 12. East Kanyamkago Zone Ward and Kamgundho Ward of Migori County. Got Kachola Ward. Proposals related to Nyatike Constituency Split into Nyatike into two Constituencies along river Kuja as follows: North Nyatike Constituency  South Nyatike Constituency North Nyatike Constituency should include: West and Central Karungu (Thakanchieng ward)  East and South East Karungu (Kanyasa ward)  North and North East Kadem (Ndhiwa ward)  Central Kadem (Nyakwere ward)  South East Kadem (Macaldar ward) South Nyatike Constituency to include: West Kadem ( Got Kachora ward)  Southern Kadem (Kanyarwanda ward)  Karer Location (Karer ward)  Muhuru West location (Muhuri West ward)  Muhuru East (Muhuru East ward) Others suggested not to be split Nyatike due to uneven distribution of resources. Muiru East. Ndiwa Ward. Central Kanyamkago Zone Ward. and North Kadem 2. West Kanyamkago Zone Ward. There were suggestion to split the existing 11 constituencies to 61. Kanyarwanda Ward. Nyakwere Ward. Proposals related to Uriri Constituency It was suggestions that Uriri be divided into two constituencies:Uriri Constituency and Rapogi Constituency. Muiru Central.5. South Kanyamkago Zone Ward.     Uriri Constituency North Kanyamkago Zone Ward.

Suba West which has seven locations and seven wards. Ngege ward . Mukuro ward.Suba West Constituency and Suba East Constituency. Getonga’nya Ward. God Jope Ward. East Kamagambo Ward. South Kanyamkago. Mukuro Ward. Rongo Constituency to have two divisions of Rongo and Chamgi Wadu. Oruba ward and Nyanguma ward 4.Rongo Constituency and Migori West Constituency Giribe Ward. Wasimeeti ward. North Suna ward.  5. Awendo Constituency North Sakwa Ward. o Kuria West Constituency that will comprise of the Ikerege Ward. and Suba East that has six locations and six wards. Genge Ward and Nyasare Ward of Migori County. Proposals related to Migori Constituency Migori district has 2 divisions. Mukuro ward. Alternatively. Suna East ward. Lwala. Kadika Ward. Buware. Every location to have a councillor 3. South Sakwa Ward. Suna South Ward. Kombe Ward. it can be divided into Suna West Constituency and Migori East ConstituencyKakrao Ward. Ragana ward. Ngege ward. Kinyupe. Lower Central Kamyamkago. Nyamaharaga 164 . Boundaries for Awendo constituency to cover two divisions Awendo and Dede. Proposals related to Kuria Constituency Kuria West Constituency Split Kuria Constituency into two constituencies:Nyamosense Ward. Or it can be divided into Migori East and Migori West being split along river Migori. Kwiho Masaba Ward. Otacho ward. East Sakwa Ward and West Sakwa Ward of Migori County. Proposed that all existing locations should become wards. North Kamagambo Ward and Central Kamagambo Ward of Migori County. Taranga’nya o Kuria East Constituency that will comprise of the Ward. and Lower Kangundo. Kegonga. Ntimaru. Central Sakwa Ward. Constituency should be divided into two:. Rahaa ward. Rongo Constituency West Kamagambo Ward. Bware (New). Kwa Ward. College ward.Giribe ward. Chinato.     Awendo Constituency. Komosoko following divisions. Lower Kamgundo. God Jope ward Rabuor ward. Suna Nyabisawa Ward. Oruba Ward and Ragana Ward of Migori County. North Suna ward. Kinjope (New). Proposals for Rongo Constituency The Constituency be divided into two:.      Kamgundo. Upper Suna ward. God Jope ward. Milimani Ward. Kawere. Mapera ward. Suna East Constituency. and Ward. Ragana ward and Oruba ward should be divided to form the following new ones . Tagare Ward. Karateng (New). The following existing wards Giribe ward. South Kamagambo Ward. Kwa ward.

Ward. Getambwega Ward. 165 . Ikerege. Maeta Ward. Masaba. Prposed 7 additional wards to the existing 25 to form a total of 32 wards.Kehancha. Siabai Ward. Nyankore Ward. Kehancha Ward. Wangirabose Ward. Nyabasi North Ward. Gwitembe Ward and Kebaroti Ward of Migori County. Kuria East Constituency Nyabasi West Ward. Ntimaru Ward. Kegonga Ward. Gokeharaka Ward. following divisions:. and Isebania. Nyabikaye Ward and Nyametaburo Ward of Migori County. Bukira Central Ward. Mabera.

(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Migori County (Kuria Excluded) 166 .

Bogetaorio. Kenyanya Constituency.Comprised of Nyacheki. Kenyenya Ward. Nyangusu Ward and Bobasi Borabu Ward of Kisii County. KiobegiGionseri Ward.  Turwa sub-location and Nyabisia Sub-locations to be part of Mosora ward because of communication problem. 5.  Alternatively.  Sameta to be a Constituency (Bobasi Chache). Kiobegi Division 2. Maji Mazuri Ward. Boochi Borabu Ward. Ogembo Constituency (Gucha Constituency).46 Kisii County (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views 1. Majoge Masaba Ward and Magenche Ward of Kisii County 167 . and 2. Proposals related to Bomachoge Constituency. Bokione Borabu and Kenyenya. Bomachoge Borabu Constituency (Current Kenyenya District). Basi Borabu Constituency. and Ogembo District. Kenyerere and Orogare Division. Bobasi to be split into 2 1. Nyantira Ward. and 2.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) No emerging issues. Majoge Borabu Ward.  It is suggested also that the formation of the following Wards: Kerongoroni. Mosora Ward.  The Constituency be divided into two Constituencies as follows:1. Bomachoge Chache Constituency (Current Gucha District).3.  Nyacheki & Nyamache Division to form another (Bobasi Borabu). Kimonge.  The Constituency comprise of two (2) districts namely:Kenyenya District. Nyachogochogo Ward. 2. Bassi Chache. Bomachoge Constituency Mokubo Ward. Suguta. divide Bomachoge into: 1. Bobasi Masige Ward. Nyacheki Ward.Comprise of Itibo. Alteranatively: IIBRC Proposals Bobasi Consitituency Emenwa-Nyoera Ward. Proposals related to Bobasi Constituency It was proposed that Bobasi be split into two using tea processing zones to make demarcations as follows: Sameta Constituency and Bobasi/Borabu Constituency or Sameta Constituency and Nyancheki Constituency.

Borabu be given first priority for a constituency and Ikorongo Ward. Kiburunga Ward. Proposals related to South Mugirango South Mugirango Constituency Constituencies Nyansore Ward. Misesi and 4 from Bobasi Ward. and Ward. It was further suggested that Bokiomonge and Bosoti should have two wards each and Kenyenya society to be called Nyangweta Ward. Central Ward. Proposals related to Bonchari Constituency Bonchari Constituency It was suggested that Bonchari remains as it is currently – no Riana Ward. 4. Amabuko Kitutu Chache to be given a constituency. Boikanga West Ward. Kiamokama Ward.     Nyaribari Masaba Constituency  ii. Enamba Ward and Nyabirongo Ward. Gusii Town Council should formed by Bomariba West Bogiakumu South Ward of Kisii County. Omobera Ward. Mokwerero Ward and Bobasi Boitangare Ward of Kisii County. Bobasi Chache Ward. Nyachenge Ward.Nyang‟iti Ward. Township ward Ensaria Ward. 5. 168 . Getenga Ward. There was suggestions to form the following wards for Kenyenya Town Council: Central Ward. Keberei Ward. Bomokora Ward. Nyangoii. ward. NOTE: Above presentations led to the creation of Gucha Gucha Constituency Constituency that comprises of 7 wards from Bomachoge Bosoti Ward. It was suggested that the wards for Suneka Town Council Nyamokenye Ward. Mobamba Ward. Kerema Ward. Bomariba Ward. Otendo-Nyansakia Ward. Gesusu Ward. South Mugirango Chache. i. Bomwancha. Kabiero Ward and Bomonyara Ward of Kisii County. South Mugirango Borabu. Boikanga East The Constituency be divided into two using river Kuja as a Ward. Bogiakumu North Ward and (Suneka) and Suneka Town ward. Ekware Ward and Nyaribari Masaba constituency should remain undivided Ibacho Ward of Kisii County. be as follows: Bonyanchaire. and Central-Ikoba Ward. 4. Nyaisero Ward. subdivisions. Ichuni Ward. Getare Ward. Chitago boundary between:Ward. Metembe Ward. with intact boundaries as it is now. Egetuki Ward. Sameta Ward. Borabu Ward. Bogetenga Ward. and 3. Tendere Ward. Bukeira Ward. Nyakoiba Ward. Bomokura North ward and Riara South ward. Proposals related to Nyaribari Masaba Constituency Two suggestions were given as follows:i.

and Nyaguta. Nyanchwa. South Kitutu Chache Constituency . Bogeka Ward. Nyabururu Ward. Marani Constituency and Mosocho Constituency. Kionganyo. Mososcho Constituency Mosocho Ward. 6.comprising the Lower part. Nyamawa. Kiogoro Ward. Nyansira Ward. i. Mwembe Tayari Ward and Boronyi Ward of Kisii County. Kanga Hill Ward. Nyakoe Ward. Riamichoki and Riabitutu. Masongo. Central Ward. Keroka Township should include Keroka township ward.  Kisii Municipality should include 5 existing wards namely:Kiamabundu. Nyamarwe. Bomuagi. 3. Marani Constituency to cover Marani district while Mosocho Constituency covering areas of Mosocho and Kisii Township in Kisii Central District. Magonga and Nyasike. Sensi Ward. Daraja Mbili Ward and Kiongongi Ward of Kisii County. Nyankongo Ward. and Hospital ward.e. Masongo. Masimba township. Ikenye. Nyakongo. Kitutu Chache Constituency be divided into two i. Matunwa. Nyamage. Nyongusu. Mwamonari Ward. Keumbu Ward. Central East.  Split the constituency into three constituencies namely: 1.comprising the upper part. Taracha. Proposals related to Nyaribari Chache Constituency   Nyaribari Chache Constituency Kegati Ward. Riamakanda and Bogeche. Nyataro. Nyamesocho.  The Wards within Kisii Township should be Nyabururu. 2. Kiamuasi. Nyankororo. Kiamwasi Ward. . It was suggestions as follows: Nyaribari Chache remains intact with its boundaries. Nyankononi. Birongo Ward. and County Council of Gusii should include Nyamasibi. Kisii Town ( Getembe) Constituency Option 2. Bobaracho Ward. Ikuruma Ward. It was suggested that the Wards for Masimba County Council should include the existing wards (4) Geteri. Nyanko. Proposals related to Kitutu Chache Constituency  The following suggestions were presented:Option 1. Nyasacha. Nyatieko Ward. Kiamirega. Ibeno Ward. Daraja Mbili and Kiongongi but 169 Marani Constituency Kegogi Ward.  Gusii County Council should comprise of the 6 existing wards:Nyamimiso. North Kitutu Chache Constituency . Marani Ward and Matongo-Gesangero Ward of Kisii County. Nyosia. Keroka. 7. Masaba. ii. Nyaura Ward.

Matongo/Gesangera and Sesi. Nyanguru ward and Nyatieko ward. Kegogi. Marani County Council should comprise of Mwamoriari. Bogeka ward. They further requested for two more wards: Mwakibagendi and Gesangero wards It was suggested that Mosocho should comprise of Bogisero ward. 170 . Mwamogesa.  additional ones such as Getembe. Ikuma. Further create Bogisero South and Bogisero North wards. Nyambira and Geticha wards. Nyakoe ward. Mwagichana.


IIBRC Proposed Map for Kisii County



Emerging Issues

 Nyaribari Chache The Community of interests were not considered. For instance a ward was curved out of Nyaribari Chache and taken to Borabu.  Bobasi The re- drawing of boundaries was not consultatively done. The transfer of wards from the neighboring Bobasi and Bamachoge constituencies to the new Gucha constituency was not consultative.

5.3.47 Nyamira (i) Public Presentations and IIBRC Proposals on Constituency Boundaries Public Views
1. Proposals related to Kitutu Masaba Constituency  Kitutu Masaba comprises of Manga and Masaba Districts;  Manga district has three divisions namely:- Magombo Division, Kemera Division and Manga Division;  Masaba District has Gesima Division, Rioma Division and Gachuba Division;  It was suggested that Kitutu Masaba be split into two as follows: Kitutu Masaba Constituency  Central Kitutu Constituency  It was also suggested that the constituency can be along river Kuja  Kitutu Masaba South Constituency.  Kitutu Masaba North Constituency. (i) There was a proposal that the existing 11 wards to the following:- Nyamakoroto, Riamoni, Esami, Rigena, Geni, Nyaganya, East Kitutu, Sirate, Nyaguku, Gekano, Nyakongo, Ritongo, Nyikuro, Kianguso, and Nyangina. 2. Proposals related to North Mugirango/Borabu Constituency (ii) Divide the Constituency into two as follows:i. Borabu Constituency (Borabu district) ii. North Mugirango Constituency (iii) Recommended that the Constituency has 17 wards and should be increased to 30 due to population of the area. The following should be divided:-Omonono ward 2, Mekenene

IIBRC Proposals Kitutu Masaba Constituency
Magombo Ward, Gachuba Ward, Rigoma Ward, Getare Ward, Biticha sub-location in East Kitutu Ward, Nyankoba Ward, Tombe Ward, Omogonchoro Ward, Bugwendo Ward, Miriri Ward, Kemera Ward and North Manga Ward of Nyamira County.

North Mugirango Constituency
Omonono Ward, Nyaramba-Nyangoge Ward, Mageri Ward, Magwagwa Ward, Itibo Ward, Bokeira Ward, Obwari Ward, Mokomoni Ward, Ikonge Ward, Bomwagamo Ward and Nyankono-

ward 2, Esakia ward 1, Central ward 2, Central ward 2, Kerumbe sublocation in Kiangeni Nyanamba ward 2, Matutu ward 1, Mageri ward 2, Magwanga Ward of Nyamira County. 3, Kiang‘eni 2, Umwagamo 2, Itibo 3, Bokeira ward 3, Obwani 2, Mokunguni 2 and Ikonge 2 Borabu Constituency Matutu Ward, Ensakia Ward, Gesima Ward, Embaro sub-location of East Kitutu Ward, Mochenwa Ward,Central Ward, Bocharia Ward, Nyasore Ward, Esise Ward, Manga Ward, Mekenene Ward and Kitaru sublocation in Kiangeni Ward of Nyamira County.

West Mugirango Constituency 3. Proposals related to West Mugirango (iv) The constituency has currently 12 wards and it is suggested Rangenyo Ward, Kebirigo Ward, that each ward be divided into two to form 24 new wards. Sironga Ward, Nyamira Ward, Bigege Ward, Motagara Ward, Bogichora (Part) Ward, Keera Ward, Bonyamatuta (Part) Ward, Ikobe Ward, Miruka Ward and Motontera Ward of Nyamira County.


(ii) IIBRC Proposed Map for Nyamira County 174 .

Note: the wards used by IIBRC in delimitation of constituencies are the local government electoral units as per 2007. b) North Mugirango Some wards were moved to the existing or new constituencies. The community of interest request for North Mugirango to be splitin two was not given.(ii) Emerging Issues (Acording to the JLA Report) a) Kitutu Masaba It emerged that about 60. The requested number of constituencies were not granted. 175 .000 people were moved to Borabu constituency without consultation while some constituencies with less people were given more constituencies.

(iii) be subject to the use of enumerated national census figures and not projected figures. Article 89(6) provides that the number of inhabitants of a constituency or Ward may be greater or lesser than the population quota by a margin of not more than— (a) forty per cent for cities and sparsely populated areas.CHAPTER V PROPOSALS ON DELIMTATIONS OF COUNTY ASSEMBLYWARDS 5. names and boundaries of wards periodically. (ii) not be subject to new definitions of cities. 2010). and (b) thirty per cent for the other areas. Specifically. 5.450 is proposed1. urban areas and sparsely populated areas or to new population figures. addressing issues of new constituencies falling outside the population quota as provided for by Article 89(6) of the Constitution but at the same time ensuring that such a process shall – (i) take into account the provisions of Article 89(7)(b) of the Constitution that requires progressive efforts and not instant demographic equality of all towards attaining the population quota in each constituency and Ward for the purposes of the first review. Volume I 176 . The number of wards was determined using the number of constituencies in each County with the primary consideration for equity in representation in the 1 Final Report of the Taskforce on Devolved Government. (b) subject to the Constitution. According to the Report of the Task Force on Devolved Government (TFDG). the Commission is given the following mandate as regards completion of the first review (a) re-distribution of such wards or administrative units in the affected constituencies as may be appropriate. Under the first step. 2010 provides that the IEBC shall review the number. the Commission determined the total number of wards into which the country shall be divided. each of the 290 constituencies will have a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 wards. In this respect. an upper limit of 1.0 Introduction The criteria for delimitation of wards is provided for in Article 89 (5) and (6) of the Constitution of Kenya. as applicable. Article 89(12) of the Constitution defines ―population quota‖ by dividing the number of inhabitants of Kenya with the number of constituencies or wards. The Act requires that the Commission shoulr resolve all issues arising from the IIBRC review.1 IEBC Determination of County Assembly Wards The IEBC has applied a three-step process to determine the number of County Assembly Wards. Article 89(3) of the Constitution of Kenya.

000.628 has been arrived at by dividing the total national population by the total proposed number of wards. The approach therefore achieves equity of representation within the County and is therefore preferred by the IEBC.097 = 26.138 was determined by the Constitution of Kenya (Total national population divided by the total number of constituencies).465 including nominated councillors to about 2. the IEBC has been guided by the constitutional provision that the number of inhabitants of a constituency or Ward may be greater or lesser than the population quota by a margin of not more than 40 per cent for cities and sparsely populated areas and 30 per cent for the other areas.628 Total Number of Wards 1. The table below presents the proposed determination of wards by IEBC based on the above approach and deviation from the quota.610. The population quota for the Ward obtained using the formula below is consistent with the population quota for the constituency as provided for under the Section 27(1)(b) of the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of Kenya. The proposed county wards are annexed.County. In computing the number of wards nationally. the population quota for the Ward which is 26. In a similar vein. This approach takes cognisance of the inherent inequities in the populations of various counties and the imbalances in each constituency. This is because counties were created by the Constitution without regard to their populations. The computation is based on a formula which serves to maintain equality between wards and the number of electors. For the constituency population quota.450 The IEBC obtained the number of wards applicable to each constituency by computing the proportion of the population of the constituency in relation to the total population of the County and multiplying by the number of wards which the County is entitled to. 177 . Total Population of Constituency Total Population of each County X Number of wards allocated each County Applying the above formula ensures that even the smallest County has the required members of the County Assembly to perform its function. The IEBC considers this national limit plausible as it enables a County to effectively fulfil its representation and oversight functions. a figure of 133. National Population as at 2009 Census =38. The TFDG in effect proposed to reduce Ward representatives from the current 3.

6. 6. public submissions and petitions should be presented within three key limits.1 Methodology applied by the IIBRC In reviewing constituency and ward boundaries. 2 3 As provided under the Local Government Act Article 89(5) 4 Article 89(7) of the Constitution 178 .CHAPTER VI BOUNDARY DELIMITATION PROPOSALS & WAYFORWARD 6. All stakeholders were requested to present to the Commission oral submissions or written submissions either as individuals or groups and the public invited to give presentations through scheduled public hearings in existing constituencies. Notably. the authority and criteria for delimitation of local authority electoral areas has been the same at that of Constituencies.2 With the promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.726 attended the public hearings. the Constitution of Kenya 2010 requires the Commission to consult all interested parties.4It is documented that the IIBRC held eight provincial visits and a total 106 public hearings whereof 20. In consideration of the criteria under Article 89 of the constitution. The objective of the public consultations was to collect views regarding electoral and administrative boundaries. the IIBRC was mandated to determine the names and boundaries of wards against the criteria provided under the Constitution 3also to generally apply in the delimitation of county wards. The Independence Constitution of Kenya provided key criteria to guide the delimitation process. Various boundary concerns were brought to the attention of the IIBRC as it emerged that Kenyans were aware of the historical injustices in the delimitation of electoral and administrative boundaries of Kenya. These criteria guided all the boundary reviews by the ECK and generally remained in place until the Constitutional Amendment of 29th December 2011 under which the criteria that guided the work of the IIBRC were enacted.2 Applicable Framework Many of the submissions received offered suggestions on delimitation with emphasis on constitutional criterion. followed by Constituency reviews in 1966 which then culminated in the creation of 210 Constituencies.0 Introduction The creation of electoral units in Kenya started with the creation of 117 Constituencies in 1963.

presence of harmonious co-existence between communities and political stability that also protects the rights of minorities and marginalized communities posit as boundary concerns. Analysis and presentation of data Information and data collected having been interpreted and legally analyzed informs the delimitation exercise. mobile telephony). market centers). Memorandum Written submissions-memoranda were presented to the IIBRC by all interested parties. As such areas of economic interest to the community and the existence of a favorable economic infrastructure (schools. telecommunications (mobile and radio telephony) and postal and courier services. Field Visits Public hearings provide a tool for gathering and compiling relevant information from the general public on matters of concern in delimitation. 6.a) Community Interests: This relating to the historical. This will also offer immediate feedback on emerging issues on suggestions for boundary variations. 179 .3 Work Plan The workplan for the delimitation exercise is developed on the basis of the mandate provided under the fifth schedule to the IEBC Act 2011. natural and water resources and national security. ii. either individuals or groups seeking to have their views equally taken into consideration. economic and cultural conflicts existing in various parts of the country. c) Communication Protocol: Means of communication also considers roads networks. b) Geographical Features: For purposes of delimitation focus is on patterns of human settlement.Also inclusive of equities in resource allocation. These were structured to clusters of a minimum of 6 to a maximum of 12 constituencies per public hearing based on vicinity of selected constituencies per region and were conducted for a consecutive period of 3months. land use and road networks and land cover for communications (TV. All submissions should focus thereof on access to these services and infrastructure and the Commission in retrospect shall take into account views of the communities affected. i. Collection. political. Literature review undertaken not only covers the relevant documents cited under the IEBC Act but also covers maps and archival data on boundaries and boundary delimitation in Kenya. Field visits by the IIBRC were organized to sensitise the general public and stakeholders on the mandate and responsibility of the IEBC and providing Kenyans and opportunity to contribute their views. iii. including best practices. hospitals. This involves collection and analysis of population data based on the constitutional provisions.

These too were strictly based on the mandate of the IIBRC and Constitutional criteria for delimitation. it is expected. Stakeholder. consultation will focus on key principles in the public and private sector. And to achieve optimum results. through civic education. which strategy may be further supplemented by interactive media briefings. Data from field visits and public hearings is to be analysed in relation to constituency and community groupings on community interest. iv. Analysis of data collected The IIBRC analysed data against the constitutional provisions using analytical tools-ICT and GIS The most appropriate media for communication will be identified and employed by the Commission to reach the stakeholders and general public. geographical features and means of communication. that the general public will be equipped with the requisite knowledge on the process of delimitation to enable them submit their views against the constitutional provisions. 180 .

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