Limuru is an industrial town located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of the capital city of Nairobi. It is bordered by fields of tea, coffee, and bananas. Limuru is an odd place for ethnic strife because it is nearly exclusively occupied by Kikuyus, who is the tribe of President Mwai Kibaki.
Centrally located in Kenya lies the town of Limuru.
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Kiambu County contains Limuru as one of its municipalities. In addition to being the name of a parliamentary constituency, it is also the name of an administrative division. As of the year 2004, there were around 4,800 people living in the town.
Githunguri, Kiambaa, Lari, Limuru, Kabete, Gatundu North, Gatundu South, Juja, Kikuyu, Thika town, Ruiru, and Kiambu Town are the twelve sub-counties that make up Kiambu County. Kiambu Town is the county seat.
In Limuru, the rainy season is cloudy, the dry season is partially cloudy, and the climate is consistently pleasant throughout the year. Temperatures seldom drop below 44 degrees Fahrenheit or climb beyond 77 degrees Fahrenheit during the course of a year, with the average range being 47 degrees Fahrenheit to 73 degrees Fahrenheit.
According to the forecaster, the temperatures in some of Kenya’s main towns are among the highest ever recorded, which increases the likelihood of severe winds and wildfires in the country’s forests. Temperatures have reached a maximum of 40 degrees Celsius in Lodwar, which is located in Turkana County. Wajir is now in second place, with a temperature of 39.2 degrees.
There is a 33-kilometer gap between Limuru and Nairobi while traveling by car. When traveling by car, the journey from Limuru to Nairobi takes around 29 minutes.
The Kikuyu, also known as the Gikuyu, are the people who speak the Kikuyu language. They make up the biggest ethnic group in Kenya, with a population of between 6 and 7 million people. The Kikuyu are Bantus and may be traced back to the time of the Bantu Migration, during when they arrived in central Kenya.
Kikuyu is a town located in Kiambu County, Kenya. It originated as a colonial missionary community and developed into its current form through time. The settlement may be found around 20 kilometers (12 miles) to the northwest of the city center of Nairobi. Kikuyu, located in Kenya
Hon. Anthony Kimani Ichung’wa is now serving as the Member of Parliament for the Kikuyu Constituency. He was elected to this position on the ticket of The National Alliance Party (TNA).
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Kenya is composed of 47 different counties.
The most populous and largest counties in Kenya
After the larger Thika district was divided into five districts in 1994, including Thika East and Thika West, Ruiru, Gatundu, and Gatanga, the town served as the district headquarters for Thika West.
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Kiambu County has only one chamber of its legislature, which is called the County Assembly. It is made up of 60 elected Members of County Assembly (MCA) representing the county’s 60 wards and 27 members who were selected by the county.