Constituencies of Kenya are used to elect members of the Kenyan parliament. In accordance with article 89 of the 2010 Constitution of Kenya, there are 290 constituencies, based on a formula where these constituencies were to be delineated based on population numbers. List of constituencies in Nyamira County
Nyamira County is a county in the former Nyanza Province of Kenya. It was formerly known as Nyamira district separate from Gucha and Kisii districts which were merged in 2013 to form Kisii County. The main cash crops grown are bananas and tea. The county has a population of 605,576  (2019 census). Its capital and largest town is Nyamira, with an urban population of around 41,668 (2009 census)
County lies between 1,250 m and 2,100 m above the sea level. Permanent rivers include Sondu, Eaka, Kijauri, Kemera, Charachani, Gucha (Kuja), Bisembe, Mogonga, Chirichiro, Ramacha and Egesagane and all of them drain water to lake victoria. County has a temperature range between 10C – 28.7C and Annual rainfall ranges between 1200 mm-2100 mm per annum. long start December to June in and short rain seasons from June and July to November
Administrative Units in Nyamira County
There are 5 sub counties, 14 divisions, 46 locations and 114 sub-locations.
Sub counties in Nyamira County
- Nyamira North
- Nyamira South
- Masaba North
List of all Electoral Constituencies in Nyamira County
It has 4 constituencies and 20 county assembly wards,
West Mugirango constituency
West Mugirango Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of four constituencies of Nyamira County. The constituency was established for the 1966 elections.
Kitutu Masaba constituency
Kitutu Masaba is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of four constituencies of Nyamira County. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections.
North Mugirango constituency
North Mugirango is one of four constituencies in Nyamira County, Kenya, currently being led by a member of parliament by the name of Joash Nyamoko.  In 2009the population was 191,700 with 89092 voters registered for the 2017 election. 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. 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.
Borabu is a constituency in Kenya. It is one of the four constituencies in Nyamira County.It was established after the promulgation of the New Constitution, 2010 for the 2013 General Elections.
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