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Homa Bay County (Kenya)

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Homa Bay County is located in south-western Kenya in the former Nyanza Province. Its capital and largest town is Homa Bay on Lake Victoria.
Bruce Berry, 12 Jan 2014

Description of the flag

The county flag comprises three equal horizontal stripes of orange, light blue and green with the county arms in the centre.
Jaume Ollé, 23 Jan 2015

The flag is described in the Homa Bay County Flag, Emblems and Names Bill  as having three stripes of equal width, from top to bottom are orange, blue and green and a narrow white strip running vertically on the extreme left edge (the hoist). The flag bears a symmetrical shield bearing a cotton bud, the pineapple fruit, a fish in the silhouette of a lake, the supporters of the shield bearing two roan antelopes bordered by two strands of millet on either side.
Valentin Poposki, 20 Sept 2021

Unidentified flag


image sent by Jens Pattke, 22 Dec 2013

This flag was previously attributed to Homa Bay County which has four unequal horizontal stripes of orange, light blue, green and orange.  In the centre of the flag is the county emblem with the name of the county in white on a red scroll beneath.  

It is not known whether this was the former county flag or a proposed design
Jens Pattke, 22 Dec 2013