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Limuru is a town in central Kenya. It is also the name of a parliamentary constituency and an administrative division. The population of the town, as of 2004 was about 4,800.
Limuru is a town located on the eastern edge of the Great Rift Valley about 40 kilometres (25 mi), by road, northwest of Nairobi the capital and largest city in Kenya.The landmark of Limuru Town is most definitely the Bata Shoe Factory.Limuru is one of the few Kenyan towns where people give fashion a cold shoulder.
Limuru residents rely mostly on farming and a shoe factory for employment. Early in the British colonial period (from the 1890s) Europeans settled in the area due to its proximity to Nairobi, the railway, its fertile land and pleasant weather. It is the birthplace of the African writer, Ngugi wa Thing’o, as well as that of Bishop Caesar Gatimu and Human Rights and Political Activist Percy Faith Fawaki (Zartaj). Robert Kuria Ngure and Robert Biu young poets, also live in Limuru. Due to its proximity to Nairobi and its location on the main highway linking Nairobi to other towns like Naivasha, Eldoret and Kisumu is beginning to attract investors and businesses.