PHOTOS: Unique positioning of Kisii town and Kigali, Rwanda within hills
By WakandaToday | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 104 views
Kisii town is a municipality and a major urban center in south-western Kenya. It is the capital of the Kisii County led by H.E Hon. James Omariba Ongwae. It has a population of 1,266,860 according to the Kenya National Census of 2019.Kisii Town also serves as the main urban and commercial center in the Gusii highlands and the South Nyanza region and the second largest town in greater Nyanza after Kisumu City. It is a bustling town and a home to several businesses, organizations, educational institutions, Financial institutions and government agencies.
Kigali on the other hand is the Capital of Rwanda and arquably the cleanest city in Africa as it was one of the first in the world to ban the use of plastic bags. Kigali also prides of good road networks that has easened transportation of goods and reduced traffic congestion in the capital. It has a population of 1,132,686 according to 2012 Census. Both Kisii and Kigali has a unique positioning within hills as seen in photos.
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