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This brings all the convergence and divergence of Political Ambitions and Activities that are within our Counties and National Government.

Mostly these site tries to Get information from the main sources and Journalist on the Ground in our Counties.

Nandi Politics comprises of all kind of Politics within the Nandi County and Kenya at large.

Nandi County
Location in Kenya
Location in Kenya
Coordinates: 0.166667°N 35.15°E
Country  Kenya
Formed March 4th 2013
Capital and largest town Kapsabet
 • Governor Dr. Cleophas Lagat
 • Total 2,884.5 km2(1,113.7 sq mi)
Population (2009)
 • Total 752,965[1]
Time zone EAT (UTC+3)
Website nandi.go.ke

Nandi County is in North Rift of Kenya, occupying an area of 2,884.4 Km2. The County is bordered by Kakamega County to the west, Uasin Gishu County to the North East, Kericho County to the South East corner, Kisumu County to the South and Vihiga County to the South West. Geographically, the unique jug-shaped structure of Nandi County is bound by the Equator to the south and extends northwards to latitude 0034’N. The Western boundary extends to Longitude 34045’E, while the Eastern boundary reaches Longitude 35025’E.

Nandi County, earlier a part of Rift Valley Province, is a county based in Kenya. Its capital, Kapsabet, is the largest town in the county. Other towns in the county are Mosoriot and Nandi Hills. According to a 2009 census, the county has a population of 752,965[2]

The county’s major area is covered by the Nandi Hills. Although there are number of tribal communities in Nandi, the majority of the people belong to the native tribe called Nandi.


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