kakamega-county


6 years ago

Contacts Of Kakamega County Offices In Kenya

Kakamega County in Kenya has its offices located in Kakamega County Headquarters on the Junction of Kakamega - Mumias Road. 

The postal address of Kakamega County government is P.O. Box 36, Kakamega.

The email address of the Kakamega CountyHeadoffices is kakamegacountygovernment@gmail.com.

The telephone contacts of the Kakamega County are (056) 31850/ 52/ 53. 

The website of the Kakamega County is at Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Services Available At Kakamega Provincial General Hospital In Kakamega Town, Kenya

Kakamega Provincial General Hospital is situated in Kakamega town. Kakamega town in Kenya is in Kakamega County  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Location Of Bukhungu Stadium In Kakamega Town, Kenya

Bukhungu Stadium is one of the oldest stadiums in Kenya build in Kakamega Town. This Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega Town is one of those that have been verified by the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) to host Kenya Premier League matches. Bukhungu stadium in Kenya is a multi-purpose stadium in Kakamega that is a home ground for two premier league clubs; western stima football club and Kakamega homeboys football club in Kenya. The football fans in Kenya of these two footbal clubs attend the home matches of these clubs in Bukhungu Stadium.

Initially, the Bukhungu Stadium was losing reven  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Bullfighting Event In Malinya Stadium Is A Tourist Attraction In Western Kenya

Bullfighting is a cultural practice that has become famous in western Kenya. Bullfighting in Kenya is majorly practiced by the residents of Kakamega County specifically in Shinyalu and Ikolomani constituencies. Bullfighting events in Kenya led to the establishment of a stadium in Ikolomani constituency for bullfighting known as Malinya Stadium in Kenya. Bullfighting event is usually a type of sport that the people in Western Kenya always conduct on some Saturdays and public holidays in Kenya. Bullfighting in Kenya has thousands of fans from Isukha, Idakho and Batsotso who are sub-tribes of   Continue reading ...