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Yala sub county is one of the administrative units of Siaya County, western Kenya. It is located 42 kilometres northwest of Kisumu, Kenya's third largest city. In 2009, it had a population of 25,769 and Yala town had a population of 2,438.
Yala is served by a railway station, the Kisumu-Busia highway, Ndanu water treatment works, a jaggery (formerly Yala White Sugar Company) and Odera Akang'o campus, a constituent college of Moi University.
Yala is also home to one of Kenya's pioneer learning institutions, St. Mary's School, Yala which was started by the Mill hill fathers in 1927.
- Nyamninia, Ulumbi, Anyiko, Marenyo, Ndanu, Nyawara, Sidimba, Sauri, Sinaga, Muhanda, Maliera, Soso, Sipoklo, Karariw, Olengo, Wagai, Nyagondo, Kagilo are some of the villages in Yala division.
- Railway stations in Kenya
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