Kipipiri Constituency is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of five constituencies in Nyandarua County. The constituency has four wards, all of which elect MCAs for the Nyandarua County. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections. The constituency borders Olkalou, Kinangop and Gilgil Constituencies. The inhabitants of the constituency are largely of Kikuyu extraction. Its biggest town is Miharati, which acts as the subcounty headquarters. The constituency is largely poor, with a poverty index of below the national average. The main activity for the residents is farming, with cabbages, Irish potatoes, milk, carrots, and onions being the main products. It has poor roads, and receives rainfall for a large part of the year, save for the lower areas bordering Gilgil that are dry.

Members of Parliament

Elections MP[1] Party Notes
1988 James Kabingu Muregi KANU One-party system.
1992 Laban Muchemi Ford Asili
1995 Githiomi Mwangi DP By-elections
1997 Githiomi Mwangi DP
2002 Amos Kimunya NARC
2007 Amos Kimunya PNU
2013 Samuel Gichigi APK
2017 Amos Kimunya JAP

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Ward Registered Voters
Geta 8,599
Kipiriri 12,589
Githioro 8,018
Wanjohi 13,911
Total 37,117
*September 2005.[2]