Muhoroni

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Muhoroni is a town in Kisumu County, Kenya. Muhoroni hosts a town council. It has an urban population of 13,664 and a total population of 31,148 (1999 census [1]). Muhoroni has a railway station along the Nairobi-Kisumu Railway. The town is located 50 kilometres east of Kisumu, the county capital. Chemelil, a smaller town, is located 10 kilometres west of Muhoroni.[1]

Township[edit]

The Muhoroni town council has five wards: Fort Ternan God Nyithindo, Koru, Muhoroni Town, and Owaga.[2]

Muhoroni is home to Muhoroni Sugar Mill and Agro-Chemical & food Company Limited among others. The latter also owns Agro-Chemical, a football club playing in the Kenyan Premier League. Its home ground is Furaha Academy Sports Ground.

Geography[edit]

Elevation is 1475m.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rough Guide Map of Kenya
  2. ^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Registration centres by electoral area and constituency

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 00°09′S 35°12′E / 0.150°S 35.200°E / -0.150; 35.200