Kikuyu

at a glance

Named Fort Smith, after a famous officer Eric Smith of IBEA– the Imperial British East African Company, who fortified the town when the railway reached in 1899. The IBEA Company had identified a place at the border between the Kikuyu and Maasai tribes that was ideal for supplying the Uganda road with farm produce from Kikuyu farmers. Three events will impact the town greatly:- 1. Dualing of Naivasha road will improve accessibility and its expected people will take advantage of the relatively low rents. 2. Its already growing fast due to increased accessibility after the completion of the southern bypass. 3. Upgrade of the Nairobi Commuter rail line, which has a stop there, will greatly improve access to the area. Due to its geology and rich soil texture, the chief activities are livestock and crop farming. Housing is relatively affordable, favoring families and single people.

location

Properties

Kikuyu

Schools

Kikuyu Township Secondary School

Food & Drink

Crave Kitchen

Medical

Kikuyu Medical Centre

Daycare

Seron Kindergarten

Entertainment Joints

Kikuyu Medical Centre

Swimming Pool

Levilla Garden Pool & Sports

Kid play Areas

Bethsaida Prk

Police Stations

Kikuyu Police station

Grooming Spots

Stemz Barbers

Transportation

Religious Centres

PCEA Kikuyu Parish

Thrift Stores

Garages

Icons computer shop & garage

Art Centres

Conferencing Facilities

Banks

Grocery Markets

Service Stations

Fitness

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