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Marsabit County is a county in Kenya, covering a surface area of 66.923,1 square kilometres.  Marsabit is the largest county in Kenya. According to the 2019 census, the county has a population of 459,785. It is bordered to the North by Ethiopia, to the West by Turkana County to the South by Samburu County and Isiolo County, and to the East by Wajir County. The County is populated by various ethnic communities including the Cushitic Rendille, Gabbra and Borana as well as the Nilotic Samburu and Turkana. Close to 40% of the people living in Marsabit County are Christians, 32% are Muslims, while 28% adhere to other religions. Marsabit town is the headquarters of Marsabit County. The main economic activities in Marsabit county is livestock farming and only a small population practices crop farming.