Sacho

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Sacho is a township in Baringo County, Kenya. It is located along Kabarnet - Eldama Ravine road 24 kilometres south of Kabarnet and 6 kilometres north of Tenges.

Sacho is the headquarters of Sacho division, an administrative division in Baringo County. Sacho division has a population of 11,856 (1999 census [1]). Sacho division has the following locations: Chepkero, Kabasis, Kibonjos, Sacho Mosop and Sacho Soi.[2] Sacho is part of Baringo county Council and Baringo Central Constituency.[3]

Daniel arap Moi, the second president of Kenya, was born in Sacho Kurieng'wo village next Sacho High School, a private secondary school owned by Mr. Moi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Communications Commission of Kenya: Status of Coverage of Communications Services Archived 2007-09-28 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Central Bureau of Statistics (Kenya): Geographic Dimensions of Well-Being in Kenya
  3. ^ Electoral Commission of Kenya: Registration centres by electoral area and constituency Archived 2008-06-25 at the Wayback Machine

Coordinates: 0°48′0″S 34°43′0″E / 0.80000°S 34.71667°E / -0.80000; 34.71667