Kuria Constituency is a former electoral constituency in Kenya since idipendence in 1963. It was after Chacha Sinda's (a Colonialist and Paramount chief) dacades of leadership since 1899 to his controvasual demise in 1940s. It was the only constituency in the former Kuria District. The constituency had 21 wards, all electing councillors to the Kehancha municipality. It has since been divided into Kuria West Constituency and Kuria East Constituency.

Members of Parliament

Elections MP [1] Party Notes
1963 B. Chacha Maisori-Itumbo KANU
1969 Samson Mwita Marwa KANU One-party system
1974 B. Chacha Maisori-Itumbo KANU One-party system
1979 Walter Elijah Mwita KANU One-party system
1983 Walter Elijah Mwita KANU One-party system.
1988 Walter Elijah Mwita KANU One-party system.
1992 Shadrack R. M. Manga KANU
1997 Shadrack R. M. Manga KANU
2002 Wilfred Gisuka Machage NARC
2007 Wilfred Gisuka Machage DP
2013 Shadrack R. M. Manga Kuria East-under Mr Maisori Itumbo - influence KANU

Wards

Wards
Ward Registered Voters
Bukira Central 21,120
Bukira East 32,730
Getambwega 19,340
Getong'anya 35,070
Gokeharaka 22,230
Gwitembe 16,380
Ikerege 24,820
Kebaroti 20,310
Kegonga 31,220
Kombe 6,280
Komosoko 23,290
Maeta 16,520
Masaba 17,440
Ntimaru 33,780
Nyabasi North 14,140
Nyabasi West 26,540
Isibania 49,940
Nyamosense 27,480
Siabai 12,770
Tagare 26,590
Wangirabose 15,780
Total 493,770
*September 2013.[2]

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