Narok County News
Narok County is a county in Kenya and has a population of 850,920. Its capital and largest town is Narok. The governor of Narok county is Samuel Kuntai Ole Tunai.
Kenya was divided into eight provinces, prior to 2013, which were subdivided into 47 counties. It is situated in the southern parts of the Rift Valley Province. In 1994, Trans Mara District was split from Narok District.
The main cash crop grown in Narok County is wheat.
Along with Kisii County, Narok County has been identified as having the highest level of practice of female genital cutting in the country, despite the practice being outlawed in 2001.
The County has six constituencies:
Narok North Constituency
Narok South Constituency
Narok East Constituency
Narok West Constituency
Emurua Dikirr Constituency
There are thirty Members of County Assembly (MCAs) representing the thirty wards at Narok County Assembly. These wards were formed in 2010 by the Boundaries Review Commission. There are six wards in Narok North Constituency, Narok South Constituency and Kilgoris Constituency respectively.
Narok West Constituency, Emurua Dikirr Constituency and Narok East Constituency each have four county wards
Select your constituency to view your leaders