The name Kitui translates into the Place Iron Goods are Made. It was the home of blacksmiths. It has a cosmopolitan population comprising of Akamba, Meru, Tharaka, and Somali. It sits on the Thika Garissa Highway. It connects to Nairobi through Machokos or Thika.
Sporadic rainfall makes it difficult for commercial agriculture. However, it has become the hub for industrialists in the region. All the towns are served by major roads, making it easy to access learning facilities in the county. The county is home to butcheries, mini markets, garages, and hotels. The economy has enabled the establishment of some of the best infrastructure to connect to the market. Mui Basin is home to coal that can transform the economy of the country.
Kitui County provides all the amenities you need to relax at the end of a tough week. They include Tsavo National Park, Mwingi National Reserve, South Kitui National Reserve, Ikoo Valley, and Ngomeni Rock Catchment. Nzambani Rock is also found in Kitui and regarded as the largest Rock Outcrops in Kenya. The locals are hospitable, guaranteeing an excellent college experience.
Enroll in one of the colleges in Kitui County and transform your career.