Kitutu Chache Constituency

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Kitutu Chache was a former electoral constituency in Kenya. It was one of four constituencies in the former Kisii District. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections. It has been divided into Kitutu Chache North Constituency and Kitutu Chache South Constituency, both part of Kisii County.

Former foreign minister Zachary Onyonka was a Kitutu Chache MP. Earlier, he had represented the Kitutu West Constituency that was split before the 1988 elections.

Members of Parliament[edit]

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1988 Zachary Onyonka KANU One-party system.
1992 Zachary Onyonka KANU Onyonka died during his tenure
1994 Jimmy Angwenyi KANU By-elections
1997 Jimmy Angwenyi KANU
2002 Jimmy Angwenyi Ford-People
2007 Richard Momoima Onyonka PDP


Ward Registered Voters Local Authority
Bogeka 4,067 Gusii county
Daraja Mbili 3,548 Kisii municipality
Kegogi 6,906 Gusii county
Kiamwasi 1,579 Kisii municipality
Kiongongi 1,666 Kisii municipality
Marani 8,888 Gusii county
Mosocho 6,372 Gusii county
Mwamonari 5,740 Gusii county
Ngenyi 10,235 Gusii county
Nyabururu 2,454 Kisii municipality
Nyakoe 5,603 Gusii county
Nyankongo 2,722 Kisii municipality
Nyatieko 3,749 Gusii county
Sensi 4,350 Gusii county
Total 67,879
*September 2005.[2]


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