12 Facts About Kenyan


Kenyan coast had served host to communities of ironworkers and Bantu subsistence farmers, hunters, and fishers who supported the economy with agriculture, fishing, metal production, and trade with foreign countries.

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Kenyan eventually surrendered in Northern Rhodesia 14 days after the Armistice was signed in 1918.

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Kenyan was crowned Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey in 1953 and as British hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett put it, she went up a tree in Africa a princess and came down a queen.

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Concurrently, the Kenyan army fought the Shifta War against ethnic Somali rebels inhabiting the Northern Frontier District who wanted to join their kin in the Somali Republic to the north.

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Kenyan's family used his presidential position to circumvent legal or administrative obstacles to acquiring property.

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Kenyan's win was strongly criticised by his major opponents, Kibaki and Odinga, as fraudulent.

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Between 2019 and 2021, Kenyatta and Odinga combined efforts to promote major changes to the Kenyan constitution, labelled the "Building Bridges Initiative", saying that their efforts were to improve inclusion and overcome the country's winner-take-all election system that often resulted in post-election violence.

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Kenyan Highlands are one of the most successful agricultural production regions in Africa.

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In 2007, the Kenyan government unveiled Vision 2030, an economic development programme it hopes will put the country in the same league as the Asian Economic Tigers by 2030.

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Additionally, a distinct local dialect, Kenyan English, is used by some communities and individuals in the country, and contains features unique to it that were derived from local Bantu languages such as Kiswahili and Kikuyu.

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The Kenyan government has made progress in addressing the high youth unemployment by implementing various affirmative action programs and projects which include; the National Youth Service, The National Youth Enterprise Development Fund, The Women Enterprise Fund, Kazi Mtaani, Ajira Digital, Kikao Mtaani, Uwezo fund, Future Bora and Studio mashinani that empower the youth, offer job opportunities and to raise one's standard of living.

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Kenyan athletes, continue to dominate the world of distance running, although competition from Morocco and Ethiopia has reduced this supremacy.

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