Kakamega Town vs Eldoret Town. Which Town Is More Developed.(PHOTOS)
By Orimbatyson | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 4 views
Kakamega town and Eldoret town are some of the fast developing towns in Kenya. Today let us compare the two towns and identify the more developed one than the other. Let us quickly look at Kakamega town.
Kakamega town is found in Western Kenya lying about 30km north of the equator. It is the headquarter of Kakamega county which has a population of about 1,867,579 people and located about 52km north of Kisumu. It was ranked tenth largest town in Kenya and considered heart of Luhyaland. Below are beautiful pictures of Kakamega town.
Let us move quickly to Uasin Gishu county and have a look at Eldoret town. Eldoret is the principal town in former Rift Valley province and is the capital of Uasin Gishu county. According to 2019 census, Eldoret was ranked number five when ranking most populated urban areas in the country. The town was number five after Nairobi, Mombasa, Nakuru and Ruiru. It has population of about 475,716 people according to 2019 census. Below are stunning pictures of Eldoret town.
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