Kilimani

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Kilimani is a residential area in Nairobi's Westlands administrative division. It is also an electoral ward of Nairobi County in Dagoretti North Constituency.[1] Kilimani is located west of central Nairobi and adjacent Upper Hill estate. Kilimani is located South of Lavington and north of Woodley. The neighbourhood has historically been primarily low-density residential, but since 2000 has become increasingly high-density residential along with commercial - both retail and offices.[2]

Councillors[edit]

Elections Candidate Party
2002 Stanlous Muse Alugongo [3] NARC
2007 Linnet Mirehane [4] ODM
2013 Moses Nyangaresi Ogeto ODM

County Ward Elections, 2013[edit]

Candidate Party
Agonga Bruno Oduory FORD-K
Akwiyanga Lily FPK
Alungongo Stanlous Muse UDFP
Keyonzo Patrick Kemoli NFK
Kihoro Andrew Ndiangui Safina
Mukangula Kenneth Lukuvuli URP
Musundi Sylvester Mackleuse WDM-K
Njoroge John Mukunga TNA
Nyangaresi Moses Ogeto ODM
Ondeko Margaret Musimbi RBK
Osogo Victor Owara KANU

Shopping centers[edit]

Yaya Center, Hurlingham

Schools[edit]

Kilimani Primary School, Milimani Primary School, St Hannahs, St Nicholas, St Christophers, Cavina School

The Lycée Denis Diderot, the French international school, is in Kilimani. It moved there in 1972.[5]

West Nairobi School, a Christian international school, opened in Kilimani in 1996 but moved to Karen in 2000.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Registered voters per polling station by electoral area/ward and constituency
  2. ^ The Standard: Leafy Suburbs Mutate in Office Boom: [1]
  3. ^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Civic election results 2002
  4. ^ Electoral Commission of Kenya
  5. ^ "Accueil." Lycée Denis Diderot. Retrieved on 18 January 2015.
  6. ^ "School profile." West Nairobi School. Retrieved on February 20, 2015.