Kenya’s richest households are concentrated in Nairobi and its environs, an analysis of data from the national census shows.

The majority of Kenya’s affluent class is concentrated in Nairobi with a good number of them owning houses with access to the internet and other social amenities.

Although a sizable population in these areas live in rented houses, they lead in the number of households in urban centres that own homes.

According to the national census report, here are the 9 most richest towns in Kenya:

1. Lang’ata – Nairobi

 

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2. Westlands – Nairobi

 

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3. Kiambaa – Kiambu

 

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4. Kikuyu – Kiambu

 

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5. Ruiru – Kiambu

 

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6. Ainabkoi – Uasin Gishu

 

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7. Kapsaret – Uasin Gishu

8. Nakuru – Rift Valley

 

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9. Kajiado – Rift Valley

 

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10. Laikipia – Rift Valley

 

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