Bahari Constituency

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Bahari Constituency was an electoral constituency in Kenya. It was one of three constituencies in Kilifi District now Kilifi County. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections. It was replaced by Kilifi South Constituency and Kilifi North Constituency with effect from 2013

Members of Parliament[edit]

Elections MP[1] Party Notes
1988 Timothy Mtana Lewa KANU One-party system.
1992 J. Safari Mumba KANU
1997 Jembe Mwakalu KANU
2002 Joe Matano Khamisi NARC
2007 Benedict Fodo Gunda ODM
2013 Constituency Abolished .. Names of new Constituency are Kilifi North Constituency and Kilifi South Constituency

Locations and wards[edit]

Locations
Location Population*
Banda ra Salama 10,962
Chasimba 17,871
Junju 28,876
Kilifi Township 45,236
Matsangoni 14,645
Mtwapa 66,268
Mwarakaya 15,140
Ngerenya 14,450
Roka 15,375
Takaungu Mavueni 26,479
Tezo 22,116
Ziani 14,588
Total x
1999 census.[2]
Wards
Ward Registered Voters Local Authority
Chasimba 4,840 Kilifi county
Hospital / Sokoni 9,367 Kilifi town
Junju 7,304 Kilifi county
Kibarani 4,884 Kilifi town
Matsangoni 3,980 Kilifi county
Mavueni/Mkongani 3,251 Kilifi town
Mnarani 2,603 Kilifi town
Mtepeni 7,587 Kilifi county
Mwarakaya 7,462 Kilifi county
Ngala 3,826 Kilifi town
Ngerenya 4,140 Kilifi county
Roka 3,993 Kilifi county
Shauri Moyo / Takaungu 4,401 Kilifi town
Shimo la Tewa 7,138 Kilifi county
Ziani 3,929 Kilifi county
Total 78,705
*September 2005.[3]

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