Kisii town is the capital of Kisii county in the Southwest Kenya.It borders Nyamira County to the North East,Narok County to the South and Homabay and Migori Counties to the West.The town is situated in Kisii county led by James Ongwae .Kisii town was originally known by Gusii people as Getembe .The town covers approximately 68 kilometer square of land with a population of 112,417 people according to the Kenya popular census 2019.The town is managed by the county government of Kisii.
The county is predominantly has Gusii people with other minority communities such as the luhya,luo,Asia and Kalenjin working and doing business with in the area. Kisii town is known to be a very dirty town this can be seen in the streets of the town towards Daraja and Marani area where there are many dirty rotten food thrown in the streets.Currently the county government launched an integrated cleanup project through the department of Environment in the solid waste management.
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