Machakos Kenya

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Machakos

It is a major rural centre and also a satellite town due to the proximity to Nairobi.

It is a town 64 kms South East Nairobi. It is a major rural centre and also a satellite town due to the proximity to Nairobi. The Akamba people live mostly there.

Machakos Sports Club with a 9-hole golf course

Established in 1889 it was the first administrative centre for the British colony before it was moved to Nairobi. It has some good infrastructure and town planning, air markets, financial institutions and beautiful hill scenery for camping and hiking.The town hosts the Machakos Sports Club with a 9-hole golf course, a number of education institutions and a classy hotel

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It is a town 64 km South East of Nairobi. A major rural centre and a satellite town due to the proximity to Nairobi. It has some good infrastructure and town planning, air markets, financial institutions and beautiful hill scenery for camping and hiking. The town hosts the Machakos Sports Club with a 9-hole golf course, a number of education institutions and a classy hotel.

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