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Nakuru

(nəˈkuːruː)
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(Placename) a town in W Kenya, on Lake Nakuru: commercial centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 264 000 (2005 est)
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Noun1.Nakuru - a city in western Kenya; commercial center of an agricultural region
Kenya, Republic of Kenya - a republic in eastern Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1963; major archeological discoveries have been made in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya
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Speaking at Njoro Anglican Inland Church in Nakuru during an interdenominational service, Ruto said Uhuru and Raila's meeting will boost the efforts to unite Kenyans.
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Father Michael Ithondeka was a member of the Nakuru diocese in Kenya but regularly made trips to St Mary's RC Primary School in Whickham, Gateshead, and helped set up links with the African nation.
Police struggled to contain the violence that flared in the western town of Nakuru.
During the 1990s, people living along Lake Nakuru in Kenya's scenic Rift Valley relentlessly cut down the forests lining the lake, part of a slash-and-burn campaign to make way for farmland.
For we sat on an escarpment overlooking Lake Nakuru in Kenya where hundreds of thousands of flamingos were enjoying their own watery lunch.
He returned to Kenya to fight for human rights and in 1979 won a seat in the parliament where he represented the economically depressed Nakuru district for three years.
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