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The Republic of Kenya is an East African country with a total area of 224,080 sq mi and an estimated population of 39 million as of 2010. Kenya is home to many wildlife reserves with thousands of animal species.
Kenyan GovernmentBritain ran Kenya as a colony, with no African input from the late 19th Century.Kenya was and is split between areas of good farming land and areas of poor farming land. The British moved the natives from the good farming areas and put British farming settlers there. The Africans we…
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Answer Kenya's constitution states that Kenya is sovereign republic. At independence the government was modeled around the U.S Presidency and British Legislature but later, other amendments were introduced to the structure and nature of the government.
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Answer The color of diplomatic passport varies according to the issuing nation just like tourist and service passports. U.S. diplomatic passports have a black cover.
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Uhuru Kenyatta is the President of Kenya. Kenyatta became the 4th President of Kenya on 2013 April 9. He is the son of the first President of Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta.
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The official languages are Swahili and English. See this site for more information: http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenya English and Ki Swahili are the two official languages. Kikuyu, Maasai, Kamba, and Luo are also widely spoken (http:/www.uiowa.edu/~africart/toc/countries/Kenya.html). Visit Ethno…
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they have a command economy
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Kenya is named after Mt. Kenya its highest mountain. It is the second highest mountain in Africa after Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. It is a misconception that the name Kenya originated from its first president Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. And whilst the name came from Mt. Kenya, the mountain was not original…
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President: (E. Mwai Kibaki) When is this 1980 or 2012 put the date next time please!!PS sorry if I sound kinda rudePPS The bold is meee, the unbold is someone else! LOL
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Yes, a lot of kenyans run to school as kids, but some kenyans also walk, bike, or they live right next to the school. Their are very few cars or buses that can transport kenyans to school so they have no option but to travel on foot. This is why kenyans dominate long distance running because they bu…
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Kenya's nickname - The name Kenya is derived from a corruption of the local dialect of the Embu people around Mt Kenya. On answering speke the early explorer, one native replied that the mountain is called Kia nyaga meaning God's place. Speke could not pronounce the dialect and hence the Ki nya(Keny…
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In Kenya you can see the animals that make up the big five. These animals are: Lions, Leopards, Rhinoceros, buffalo and elephants.
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Kenya became an independent state on 12 December 1963. Kenya's legal status as an independent nation was provided for by section 1 of the Kenya Independence Act 1963, and Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. That Act provided, "On and after 12th December 1963 (in this Act referred to as 'the…
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The British did in 1890, and in 1895 britain officaly took over along with the mass of African counties. Europe could have fought back against the rebillion parties and kept their dominance but they were lacking funds because of the costs WWII.
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Kenya's NameKenya - a wonderful sounding word is named after a mountain of the same name. It was given by the Kikuyu people who lived around present day Mt. Kenya, which they referred to as Kirinyaga or Kerenyaga, meaning 'mountain of whiteness' because of its snow capped peak (yes, Africa does have…
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The richest man in Kenya currently is Antony Gathogo Kihungu. The reason for this is that he has been engaging in stocks from as low as 200 shares but today's worth is running in millions, thanks to doing risky business. It is also estimated that year 2012 he will be at least number five top richest…
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In the mid 1880's, Europe was busy Colonizing Africa. One of the unclaimed spaces was modern-day Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda, known as the "Sultanate of Zanzibar". Both the UK and German Empire wanted the land. So, they decided to split it up. The UK got Kenya and Uganda, while Germany got Tanzania. …
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We only purchase peppermint oil and other essential oils from Young Living as it is one of the only that is so pure, it's recommended to be taken internally per the label on bottle. You can learn about their oils at flawlessoils.com Most health stores sell peppermint oil, but read the label care…
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The capital city of Kenya is Nairobi
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Nairobi is the capital of Kenya, a country in Africa. Nairobi is the capital of Kenya
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The last census undertaken in Kenya (in 2006) placed the population at 36.1 million. In 2008 The population of Kenya was estimated at 38 million by the United Nations Population Fund. At the current annual growth rate of 2.8 percent - which is itself considerably higher than the world's average of…
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Answer Kenya is located in Africa, on the East, just below the "horn" that is Somalia. It's bordered by the Indian Ocean on the South East, Tanzania on the South, Uganda on the West, Sudan on the North West, Ethiopia on the North and Somalia on the North East. The equator divides Kenya roughly i…
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Kenya is more than twice the size of the U.K but has 30 million less population.fact
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24623 Kenya has postcodes, not zip codes. Zip codes are unique to the United States. You may be able to find a Kenyan postcode at the site below. Zip Code is a copyright of the US Postal Service. It refers to the postal code system used in the United States. There is no 'Zip Code' for Kenya. The Po…
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Nangas i want to know something else!
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Answer We treat them with suspicion. We consider then to be mentally inferior and congenitally deaf. Which is why we speak to them slowly, using small words, and loudly. To compensate for their apparent deafness we also gestuculate wildly, although we have never learned to sign. Answer2: Often peo…
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He is the third president of Kenya in Africa
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Africa DOES have a capital. Every continant and every state and every country has a capital smart butt. I just asked an answer. I'm trying to find the capital. look it up.
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go to clubpenguin.com and you will see happy clouds!
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Kenya's National Bird Lilac-breasted Roller. See pictures of this beautiful bird in the link below.
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I thin that we can control of low capital formation in the under developing countries. control the poverty, decrease birth rate, saving into bank, decrease international demonstration effect, improve infra structure increase entrepreneurial abilities, decrease unproductive expenditures, decrease une…
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Africa Where the Bantu people come from?
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Miss Shammim Ali
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Parliament and a prime minister.
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The history of Halloween goes back a very long time, in most cases before written histories. It began as a way to appease the gods when the earth died for 1/2 a year (winter); ancient beliefs were that the earth passed partially into the 'dark spirit world' during that time of the year. In fact the …
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Hey, I am a Kenyan, and I am happy that someone is interested in finding out how my country attained independence from colonial rule. Well, as simple as anyone may expect the answer to be, it is not.The answer lies in a few tit-bits of colonial history.In 1895, the British took over Kenya, after th…
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Since all human populations have between 5-10% people who have same-sex attraction (and they always have and always will), and since the United States has 300 million people, there are about 15 million to 30 million people who are gay in the United States.
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English and Swahili are the main languages but there are around 60 others spoken in Kenya.
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Nairobi
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Mwai Kibaki became the third president of Kenya on 2002 December 30, nearly 8 years ago.
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The people of Kenya are called Kenyans.
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The smallest city in Kenya is Kiunga. Kiunga is a remote, unspoiled village on the mainland about 150 kilometers east of Lamu. It has an area of 270 square kilometers.
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they are buddist
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Kenya is set up in Africa on the east of Africa.
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Kenya is part of the African continent.
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by trick-or-treating. it is when kids go around knocking on doors asking for candy.
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The Kenya army fought Great Britain, and during the sate of emergency they had declared. the first direct election from Africanti the Legislative Council took place in 1977. Kenya became independent on Dec 12th, 1963, and the next year joined the commonweath.
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The two official Kenya languages are English and Swahili (called Kiswahili in the language itself). Kenya does have about 60 other languages.
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The richest rapstar in Kenya is Lord of Drama. One half of group Shiznit. He has a hummer and a masion. His assets are over 1 million $. He is represents Onga'ta rongai.
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Kenya has a highly diversified fauna, ranging from many different wild animals, including lions, rhinos, leopards, elephants, hippos, giraffes, and hundreds more!
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limestone, soda ash, salt, gemstones, fluorspar, zinc, diatomite, gypsum, wildlife, hydropower
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east Africa, bordering Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Ethiopia
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Kenya has a hot climate so they make coffee beans.
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Mwai Kibaki was the President of Kenya in 2007. He first took power on 2002 December 30, and reclaimed power in the disputed 2007 election. Kibaki has made vast improvements to the economy after years of downturn, and also removed school fees on primary education. However, although he was initially…
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Zip Code is a copyright of the US Postal Service. It refers to the postal code system used in the United States. There is no 'Zip Code' for Kenya.The Postal Corporation of Kenya, however, does have postal codes for use within that country.
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Mt. Kenya is in Kenya, Africa.
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Oshwal College is the best place to study CFA in Kenya. apart from that Strathmore University is a good place that offers CFA tuition, it has a number of charter holders also. You can also get study materials and video tutorials to increase your chances of passing. if you need complete cfa dvd at…
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religions independence daynational holidaysandinitiation ceremonies:) :) :) lol:)
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A continental rift is a long narrow slit in the earth indicating that a zone of the lithosphere has become thinner.
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Not sure exactly but it is 4238 Miles/ 6820 kilometers from Nairobi to London how long in hours?
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I have been twice before and from Machester Airport to Arricife (Lanzarote's capital) Airport, it was about 3 hours, definitely NOT 4 hours..
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in rural areas
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Refugees from surrounding conflict countries are a major problems. Violent protest against the government and corruption also come's and goes.
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they where long robes down to there feet covering there body
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they wear skirtsthey wear skirtsby siham
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He is the head of the nation.
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Nairobi: 3,138,295+
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there is not a national flower in Kenya but the most popular flower is the orchid
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Kenya has been inhabited by people since the beginning of the Lower Paleolithic. European and Arab presence in Kenya date to the Early Modern era, and European exploration of Kenya began in the nineteenth century.
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The countries that are within the Sahel (African Transition zone) are Gambian, Niger, Nigeria, Sengel, Mali, Algeria, Chad, Cameroon, Mauritania, Sudan, Bukino, and Faso. This area is the transitional shrub land between the vast Sahara and the savanna.
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It is 17059 feet high
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The flag of Kenya was adopted on 12 December 1963. It is based on the black over red over green flag of KANU (Kenya African National Union), the party that led the fight for freedom and independence. The colours symbolize black majority, blood and natural wealth. On independence the white fimbriatio…
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Jomo Kenyatta
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There are several types of holidays to Kenya. Safari and Beach holidays are where you can take a safari through some of the main nature reserves in Kenya such as the Masai Mara, and then after the Safari you can relax in a hotel and beaches along the Kenyan coast. Alternatively, you can just go …
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Answer The Holiday Season doesn't have a specific beginning or ending.
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all i need is one issue that is going on in Kenya its not that hard bc all you have to do is tell something that needs to be fixed or something that can be helpful
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Halloween is celebrated on October 31 for a couple of reasons. First, it is the traditional date that Catholics use to commemorate 'All-Hallow's Eve'. Also, it was a way for Catholics to pull in the pagan traditions of the Irish-Celts.
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this is is a tough question but the answer is that republic is a type of government i which people give themselves power.
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How do kenyans celebrate Christmas? Ex; do they out up lights and trees? Do they switch gifts? do they sing the same Christmas songs that Americans do? What do they do?
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The challenges that Kenya would face/are facing include poverty, famine, deforestation, and infant mortality.
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Prices for a Kenya safari depends on 1. How many days you are on safari. 2. The safari parks and reserves you are visiting 3. The logistics of the safari - road vs air 4. The safari camps and lodges you are staying at 5. The quality of guides and vehicle utilized (safari van vs 4x4)
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Something from the heart. Something you made if possible. Like a necklace (one for you and one for him), a ring, something like that Nooo, get him a cool t-shirt ( whatever hes into) or a gift card), no you know what would be cool get him boxers
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530km (330 miles)the most precise distance is 475 kms i.e. from City Cabanas Nairobi to The 1st round about into Mombasa town
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Both Santa Claus and Father Christmas. Father Christmas is more common.
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The current leader is President Uhuru Kenyatta. He was elected in 2013; his predecessor was Prime Minister Raila Odinga, who served as the country's leader from April 2008 until April 2013.
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Bad Point Snakes and mouse are arount the house. Too hot. Good Point Advantages The local people get jobs.To protect the local area.The local tribes who put on shows get money.Hotel epmloyes earn money.helps the local econamy.Improves lifestyles of the locals.Help tourists improve enviromental re…
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There are a lot of positive factors that the colonial government and establishment helped bring to kenya, such as Education. Health Institutions. Introduced modern day government institution. Just but to mention a few. On the other hand there are a few negative aspects that the colonial g…
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.Free enterprise system .good transportation and communication .tourism is growing .many safaris are a good thing there
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It is unfortunate because kenya does not celebrate christmas but it's people.
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No, Cameroon is a country in its own right, situated on the west coast of Africa
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the major land mark in Kenya is road followed by air then water (or) Fort Jesus, made by the Portuguese, was built in 1593 and used as a trading post for 20 years. It still stands today and is used as a museum. Tana River Bushland, Contemporary Skyline of Nairobi, Jamaa Mosque in Nairobi, Mount K…
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A flight from Manchester, United Kingdom to Lanzarote, Spain would take about 4 hours to complete. There is approximately 1,784 miles between the two locations.
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The majority of Kenya's population is black African. There are also small numbers of Asians, Europeans, and Arabs. The black Africans are divided into more than 30 ethnic groups, with the largest being the Bantu-speaking Kikuyu, Luhya, and Kamba, the Nilotic-speaking Luo, and the Paranilotic-speakin…
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