List of Registered Voters in Migori County for the 2013 General Elections

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Migori County is a county in the former Nyanza Province of southwestern Kenya. List of Registered Voters in Migori County for the 2013 General Elections. It is located in Southwestern Kenya and borders Homa Bay County (North), Kisii County (North E), Narok (South East), Tanzania (West and South) and Lake Victoria to the West. The county also borders Uganda via Migingo Island in Lake Victoria. The county is headquartered by Migori town, which is also its largest town. The Kenya National Census of 2019 indicated that Migori County had a population of 1,116,436 compared to 917, 170 in 2009 Census. Migori County is located in the sugar belt wetlands of Western Kenya and is mostly at the heart of the African tropics. However, the county enjoys a pleasant climate because of high altitude which modifies the climate alongside the cool breeze from Lake Victoria.

Demographically, Migori County is the most diverse region of Nyanza after Kisumu. The inhabitants include AbaSuba people, Joluo, Abakuria, Abagusii, Abaluhya, Somalis, Indians, Arabs, Agikuyu and Nubians.

The county is important to Kenya because of the significance of Isebania border post to the East African economy, the A-1 Kenya-Tanzania cuts the county in half, the place of Sony (South Nyanza) Sugar Company in the lives of over one hundred thousand households in Kenya, the influential role of Lake Victoria on food sustainability of Western region of Kenya, and its sizeable meat industry courtesy of the ranches in Kurialand and Suna West.

Migori town serves as in important link between Kenya and Tanzania and the second most viable commercial center in Luo-Nyanza after Kisumu. Other major towns in Migori county include Kehancha, Rongo, Awendo and Isebania in Kuria District.

This post reviews the voters registered by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) using the biometric system and those registered without the use of the biometric system (non-biometric).

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The IEBC registered 283,997 voters in Migori county for the March 4th 2013 general election. The breakdown of the registered voters by constituency and county assembly ward is;

Rongo constituency – 35,829
1261. North Kamagambo – 6,109
1262. Central Kamagambo – 10,551
1263. East Kamagambo – 10,066
1264. South Kamagambo – 9,103

Awendo constituency – 37,590
1265. North Sakwa – 7,866
1266. South Sakwa – 12,371
1267. West Sakwa – 7,287
1268. Central Sakwa – 10,066

Suna East constituency – 34,275
1269. God Jope – 6,112
1270. Suna Central – 11,799
1271. Kakrao – 10,882
1272. Kwa – 5,482

Suna West constituency – 30,242
1273. Wiga – 7,532
1274. Wasweta II – 5,703
1275. Ragana – Oruba – 11,317
1276. Wasimbete – 5,690

Uriri constituency – 38,195
1277. West Kanyamkago – 8,471
1278. North Kanyamkago – 10,006
1279. Central Kanyamkago – 5,822
1280. South Kanyamkago – 9,678
1281. East Kanyamkago – 4,218

Nyatike constituency – 45,685
1282. Kachieng’ – 6,510
1283. Kanyasa – 4,740
1284. North Kadem – 9,350
1285. Macalder / Kanyarwanda – 7,941
1286. Kaler – 3,238
1287. Got Kachola – 7,222
1288. Muhuru – 6,684

Kuria West constituency – 36,498
1289. Bukira East – 4,718
1290. Bukira Central / Ikerege – 4,641
1291. Isibania – 5,434
1292. Mokerero – 3,434
1293. Masaba – 5,740
1294. Tagare – 6,348
1295. Nyamosense / Komosoko – 6,183

Kuria East constituency – 25,683
1296. Gokeharaka / Getambwega – 4,584
1297. Ntimaru West – 5,666
1298. Ntimaru East – 3,594
1299. Nyabasi East – 5,195
1300. Nyabasi West – 6,644

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