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Nakuru Campus Contact Us

MKU Annex
P.O Box 17273-00200, Nakuru
Tel: +254 020 2338144
Cell: +254 705669811/789729561
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Nakuru Campus Student Council

 Hashim Kibet, ChairmanHashim Kibet, Chairman Valarie Ngeny, Organising SecretaryValarie Ngeny, Organising Secretary  Opap Samson, Academic AffairsOpap Samson, Academic Affairs 
 Terer Kipkorir, Social WelfareTerer Kipkorir, Social Welfare  Sarara Samuel, SportsSarara Samuel, Sports  Yegon Kibet, FinanceYegon Kibet, Finance

Kigali campus student council

Eddy Mwerekande, ChairmanEddy Mwerekande, Chairman  Tesi Ester, Secretary GeneralTesi Ester, Secretary General
 Gloria Irakoze, Academic AffairsGloria Irakoze, Academic Affairs  Irene Dusabe, Social WelfareIrene Dusabe, Social Welfare  Baraka Patrice, SportsBaraka Patrice, Sports
 Mugume James, HealthMugume James, Health  Mugisha James, FinanceMugisha James, Finance  

About Nakuru town

Nakuru is a cosmopolitan town, and the headquarters of the fourth largest county in Kenya, after Kiambu, Kakamega and Nairobi. The county has 11 constituencies, namely Naivasha Nakuru Town West, Nakuru Town East Kuresoi South, Kuresoi North, Molo , Rongai , Subukia , Njoro , Gilgil and Bahati. Nakuru is world renowned for its eponymous saline water lake, (Lake Nakuru) which is home to the world’s largest concentration of flamingos. A few years ago, it was also crowned the cleanest city in Kenya and the UN has in the past described it as the fastest growing town in Africa. (Read more http://goo.gl/IHqBa) Nakuru has a special place in Kenya’s colonial lore. Twelve kilometres to the West is Lord Egerton Castle, built in 1940s by Lord Maurice Egerton Tatton at the behest of a woman.  (Read more http://goo.gl/904fod). Nakuru is also the gateway to the Menengai Crater, a picturesque, dormant volcano, (2,490 metres high) and home to Kenya’s largest geothermal power fields.

Demographics of Nakuru County
Population: 1,603,325 (2009 Census)
Urbanization: 45.8%
Percentage of the population that can read and write: 83.2%  
Children attending school 15-18 years: 74.7%
Population with primary school level education: 63.4%
Population with secondary school level education: 13.4%
(SOURCE: Kenya County Fact Sheet)

Main Economic Activities

  1. Subsistence and commercial agriculture – which contributes up to 48% of the income
  2. Tourism
  3. Energy generation in Menengai and Olkaria
  4. Small and large scale commercial Businesses.
  5. Manufacturing  (Read more http://goo.gl/mwzk7d)