Milo, Kenya

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Located in Sitikho Location of Bungoma County of Western Province in Kenya, Milo is a sub-location headed by Emmanuel Murokoyo. It is located approximately 34 degrees East of the Greenwich Meridian and 30 minutes North of the equator.[1] It is bordered by the Nzoia River and River Muji. The area is heavily populated and it's mainly used for agriculture: Maize, millet, sorghum, beans, bananas and sugarcane are some of the crops produced in this area. Other economic activities include fishing, animal rearing and bodaboda.

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Academically, Milo boasts of having good schools. For example, in 2010, Milo Central Academy was ranked third in Western province and tenth in the whole country with a meanscore of 387.59 out of 500.[2] It emulated Milo secondary school,[3] which was 45th in the whole republic three years earlier.

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