North Mugirango Constituency

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North Mugirango is one of the constituencies in Nyamira County, Kenya.

Charles Mongare Geni is the member of parliament from this constituency, Member of ODM eyeing Nyamira Governor 2017 [1] In 1999 the population was 156,344 with 89092 voters registered for the 2007 election.[2] In 1966 the North Mugirango Constituency was split into West Mugirango and a smaller North Mugirango. The name was changed to Borabu / North Mugirango in 1974. In 1987 the name changed back to North Mugirango and was finally changed to North Mugirango / Borabu in 1986.[3] The wards consist of North Mugirango Chache, Bomwgamo, Ekerenyo, Kiabonyoru, Kiangeni, Makenene, Nyansiongo, Esise. From 2002 to 2007 Godfrey Okeri Masanya was the elected member.[4]

Members of Parliament[edit]

Elections MP [5] Party Notes
1963 Joseph Osero Nyaberi KANU One-party system
1966 John K. Kebaso KANU One-party system
1969 Livingstone Atebe Marita KANU One-party system
1974 Livingstone Atebe Marita KANU One-party system
1979 Livingstone Atebe Marita KANU One-party system
1983 Livingstone Atebe Marita KANU One-party system.
1988 Nyarangi Moturi KANU One-party system.
1992 Livingstone Atebe Marita KANU
1997 Joseph Kiangoi Ombasa KANU
2002 Godfrey Okeri Masanya Ford-People
2007 Wilfred Moriasi Ombui KANU 2013 Charles Mongare Geni Makuti ODM


Ward Registered Voters Local Authority
Central 5,316 Nyansiongo town
Ensakia 1,762 Nyansiongo town
Manga 3,635 Nyansiongo town
Matutu 1,953 Nyansiongo town
Bomwagamo 2,837 Nyamira county
Ekerenyo 16,115 Nyamira county
Esise 2,647 Nyamira county
Kiabonyoru 6,955 Nyamira county
Kiangeni 4,025 Nyamira county
Mageri 3,131 Nyamira county
Magwagwa 15,126 Nyamira county
Mekenene 2,932 Nyamira county
Nyaramba 6,001 Nyamira county
Total 72,435
*September 2005.[6]


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