Nairobi City County is the county that hosts the capital City of Kenya. Nairobi City County has an area of 703.9 Km². As per the 2019 Census, the population of Nairobi City County was four million three hundred and ninety seven thousand and seventy three (4,397,073).
In the 2017 General Elections, Nairobi City County had a total number of two million two hundred and fifty one thousand nine hundred and twenty nine (2,251,929) registered voters.
The Governor of Nairobi City County is H.E Anne Kananu. The Senator of Nairobi City County is Hon. Sakaja Johnson Arthur and Hon Passaris Esther Muthoni Rosanna is the Women Representative.
Nairobi City County is divided into seventeen (17) constituencies; Westlands, Dagoretti North, Dagoretti South, Langata, Kibra, Roysambu, Kasarani, Ruaraka, Embakasi South, Embakasi North, Embakasi Central, Embakasi East, Embakasi West, Makadara, Kamukunji, Starehe and Mathare and eighty five (85) electoral wards.
Below is a list of all the consituencies in Nairobi City County, Wards in each ward and the current Member of Parliament;
1. Westlands Constituency
Westlands Constituency has five wards. The wards in Westlands Constituency include; Kitisuru, Parklands/Highridge, Karura, Kangemi and Mountain View. The Member of Parliament of Westlands Constituency is Hon. Timothy Wanyonyi Wetangula. Westlands constituency had 152,718 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
2. Dagoretti North Constituency
Dagoretti North Constituency has five wards. The wards in Dagoretti North Constituency include; Kilimani, Kawangware, Gatina, Kileleshwa, Kabiro. The Dagoretti North Member of Parliament is Hon. Paul Simba Ararti. Dagoretti North Constituency had 147,214 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
3. Dagoretti South Constituency
Dagoretti South Constituency has five electoral wards which include; Mutu-Ini, Ngando, Riruta, Uthiru/Ruthimitu and Waithaka. The Constituency’s Parliamentary Representative is Hon. John Kiarie Waweru. Dagoretti South Constituency had 107,259 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
4. Langata Constituency
Langata Constituency has five electoral watds which include Karen, Nairobi West, Mugumu-Ini, South C and Nyayo Highrise. The Member of Parliament of Langata Constituency is Hon. Generali Nixon Kiprotich Korir. Lang’ata constituency had 132,835 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
5. Kibra Constituency
Kibra Constituency has five electoral wards and they include Laini Saba, Lindi, Makina, Woodley/Kenyatta, Golf Course and Sarangombe. The Member of Parliament of Kibra Constituency is Hon. Imran Okoth. Kibra constituency had 117,278 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
6. Roysambu Constituency
Roysambu Constituency has five electoral wards and they include; Githurai, Kahawa West, Zimmerman, Roysambu and Kahawa. The Member of Parliament of Roysambu Constituency is Hon. Isaac Waihenya Ndirangu. Roysambu constituency had 148,349 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
7. Kasarani Constituency
Kasarani Constituency has five electoral Wards and they include; Clay City, Mwiki, Kasarani, Njiru and Ruai . The Msmber of Parliament of Kasarani Constituency is Hon. Mercy Wanjiku Gakuya. Kasarani Constituency had 146,701 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
8. Ruaraka Constituency
Ruaraka Constituency has five wards which include; Baba Dogo, Utalii, Mathare North, Lucky Summer and Korogocho. The MP for Ruaraka Constituency is Hon. Tom Joseph Kajwang’. Ruaraka Constituency had 116,301 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
9. Embakasi South Constituency
Embakasi South Constituency has five wards which include; Imara Daima, Kwa Njenga, Kwa Rueben, Pipeline and Kware. The MP for Embakasi South Constituency is Hon. Julius Musili Mawathe. Embakasi South Constituency had 150,314 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
10. Embakasi North Constituency
Embakasi North Constituency has five wards which include; Kariobangi North, Dandora Area I, Dandora Area II, Dandora Area III and Dandora Area IV. The MP for Embakasi North Constituency is Hon. James Mwangi Gakuya. Embakasi North Constituency had 104,253 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
11. Embakasi Central Constituency
Embakasi Central Constituency has five wards which include; Kayole North, Kayole Central, Kayole South, Komarock and Matopeni/Spring Valley. The MP for Embakasi Central Constituency is Hon. Benjamin Gathiru Mwangi. Embakasi Central Constituency had 131,991 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
12. Embakasi East Constituency
Embakasi East Constituency has five wards which include; Upper Savannah, Lower Savannah, Embakasi, Utawala and Mihango. The MP for Embakasi East Constituency is Hon. Owino Paul Ongili Babu. Embakasi East Constituency had 140,740 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
13. Embakasi West Constituency
Embakasi West Constituency has five wards which include; Umoja I, Umoja II, Mowlem, Kariobangi South and Maringo/Hamza. The MP for Embakasi West Constituency is Hon.George Theuri. Embakasi West Constituency had 126,682 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
14. Makadara Constituency
Makadara Constituency has five wards; Viwandani, Harambee, Makongeni, Pumwani and Eastleigh North. The MP for Makadara Constituency is Hon. George Aladwa Omwera. Makadara constituency had 126,648 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
15. Kamkunji Constituency
Hon. Yusuf Hassan Abdi is the Member of Parliament of Kamkunji Constituency. Kamkunji Constituency has five wards and they include; Eastleigh South, Airbase, California, Ngara and Nairobi Central. Kamkunji constituency had 120,266 voters in the 2017 General Elections.
16. Starehe Constituency
Starehe Constituency has a total of five electoral wards and they include Pangani, Ziwani/Kariokor, Landimawe, Nairobi South and Hospital. The Constituency Representative of Starehe is Hon. Charles Kanyi Njagua. In the 2017 General elections, Starehe Constituency had 166,397 voters.
17. Mathare Constituency
Mathare Constituency has five wards. The five wards in Mathare are; Mabatini, Huruma, Ngei, Mlango Kubwa and Kiamaiko. The Constituency Representative of Mathare is Hon. Anthony Tom Oluoch. Mathare constituency had 115,559 voters in the 2017 General Elections.