Ahero

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Ahero is an agriculture town in Kenya that is part of Kisumu County. It hosts a town council and has an urban population of 7,891 and a total population of 61,556 (1999 census).[1][2]

Ahero is located 20 kilometres east of the county capital, Kisumu. Two major roads meet at Ahero, the B3 road from Nakuru To Kisumu and A1 road from Tanzanian border. The Nyando River flows through central Ahero and helps irrigate its many rice fields.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kenya: Ahero MCA Says Family in Danger After Robbers Break Out of Jail". AllAfrica.com. 
  2. ^ "Ahero Hope Center". Ahero Hope Center. 
  3. ^ Winfred Nkatha , Benson Kimathi (28 January 2015). "Farmers steadily embrace SRI in Ahero, Kenya". Agricultures Network. 

Coordinates: 0°11′S 34°55′E / 0.183°S 34.917°E / -0.183; 34.917