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Bungoma Is So Inviting

Bungoma Is So Inviting

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Bungoma was named from engoma — the Bukusu word for drums. The town was originally a meeting place for Bukusu elders. The sound of drums would emanate from the area as the meeting venue, leading to its eventual naming as Bungoma. The Bukusu strongly resisted British incursions into their territory in the 1890s. In 1895, they fought the British

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Let’s Go To Kitale, Trans Nzoia

Let’s Go To Kitale, Trans Nzoia

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Trans-Nzoia is a county in the former Rift Valley Province, Kenya, located between the Nzoia River and Mount Elgon 380 km Northwest of Nairobi. At its centre is the town of Kitale which is the capital and largest town. The county borders Bungoma to the west, Uasin Gishu and Kakamega to the south, Elgeyo-Marakwet to the east, West Pokot to the north and the republic of Uganda to the Northwest. Trans Nzoia covers an area of 2495.5 square

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Attractions

Attractions

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The breathtaking Sisiyi falls are just a short distance (around 40 kilometers East of Mbale Town) along the highway to the districts of Moroto, Sironko, Bulambuli and Kapchorwa making it a perfect stop while on a safari to Mount Elgon National Park or the Karamoja sub-region (Kidepo Valley National park or Ajai Wildlife Reserve). When