Nyando Constituency

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Nyando is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of seven constituencies of Kisumu County.

The constituency was established for the 1963 elections, but for the next election (1966) the Nyakach Constituency was split out of it. In 1987 Muhoroni Constituency was split from Nyando, while parts of the disestablished Winam Constituency was incorporated into Nyando.[1] It was one of three constituencies of the former Nyando District.

Members of Parliament[edit]

Elections MP [2] Party Notes
1963 Okuto Bala KANU
1966 Okuto Bala KANU
1969 T. O. Ogada KANU One-party system
1974 Matthew C. Onyango Midika KANU One-party system
1979 Matthew C. Onyango Midika KANU One-party system
1983 T. O. Ogada KANU One-party system.
1988 James Miruka Owuor KANU One-party system.
1992 Clarkson Otieno Karan Ford-K
1997 Paul Orwa Otita NDP
2002 Eric Opon Nyamunga NARC
2007 Frederick Outa Otieno ODM


Ward Registered Voters Local Authority
Kakola 8,441 Ahero town
Kochogo 4,510 Ahero town
Kombura / Katho 8,873 Ahero town
Onjiko / Wawidhi 6,697 Ahero town
Awasi 5,844 Nyando County
Bwanda / Kanyagwal 3,111 Nyando County
Kawino 7,044 Nyando County
Kikolo (East Kano) 8,722 Nyando County
Kochieng' 8,441 Nyando County
Total 61,683
*September 2005.[3]


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