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Before Kenya gained independence in 1963 from British rule, it was officially called the "Colony of Kenya". The name Kenya cactually came from the mountain in the same name called mount kenya because the British couldn't pronounce it well at the time

Why is Kenya named Kenya?

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 origina (MORE)

How was Kenya named?

Kenya's Name Kenya - 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 ha (MORE)

Where is Kenya?

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 rough (MORE)

What year did Kenya become a republic?

Kenya was declared a republic on 12 December 1964, when substantial changes were made to the Kenyan constitution to provide for governance of the country as a presidential republic. Elizabeth II ceased to be head of state and the position of Governor-General was abolished. The British Parliament ena (MORE)

What is the official name of Kenya?

The Republic of Kenya. Kenya's official name is the Republic of Kenya. Kenya is located in East Africa. The capital of Kenya is Nairobi, and the country's population was estimated at 34,728,100 in the year 2000.

What are the names of Kenya in the past?

Kenya was initially known as the East Africa Protectorate by theBritish. In 1920, the area became known as the Kenya colony. TheRepublic of Kenya became independent in 1963.

What do you do when in Kenya?

When in Kenya, some of the things that tourists do is go on a Kenya safari. Kenya national parks are the places where people go on a Kenya safari.

Is Kenya a common name?

No but if that's what you lke go for it just make sure when their older they don't get made fun of. Allow me to help you with the name "Kenya", it has some very impressive origin's.: The Republic of Kenya is a country in East Africa . It is bordered by Ethiopia to the north, Somalia to the north (MORE)

What is the name of the popular bean dish in Kenya?

Perhaps you refer to Githeri, a popular Kenyan dish made with beans and Kenyan corn. Its origins are attributed to the Kikuyu tribe. Healthwise, Kenyans appreciate it most for its high protein content. Below is a link to a recipe.

What is there to do in Kenya?

water skiing, bird watching, bungey jumping, water rafting, mountain climbing, terrain walking, animal watching, rock climbing......

How many people visit Kenya each year?

Each year there are almost 500,000 visitors to Kenya. Over 70% ofthese visitors come from Europe. Other visitors are from Americaand Asia, as well as Scandinavia.

What are the names of the various tribes in Kenya?

Here are some, but by no means all.. The coastal tribes are called the Mijikenda and comprise the Digo, Guriyama, Bajuni and others. Then there's Rendilli, Luo, Maasai, Turkhana, Wakamaba, Orma, Kikuyu (the largest and most poilitically powerful), Kalenjen, Samburu, Kisii, Ameru, Taita, Pokomo (who (MORE)

What can you do in Kenya?

there are safari's and game drives round Nirobi and many other things too. try going on a Kenyan Travel site for more information.

What are the names of the main rivers in Kenya?

Athi-Galana-Sabaki River. Ewaso Ng'iro. Gucha River. Kerio River. Mara River. Mbagathi River. Nairobi River. Naro Moru River. Njoro River. Nzoia River. Tana River. Tsavo River. Turkwel River

Where about is Kenya?

Kenyais a country in East Africa, Bodering the Indian Ocean in theSouth East, Somalia in the East, Ethiopia in the North, Sudan inthe North West, Uganda in the West and Tanzania in the South. Thecountry stradles the equator, and the Great Rift valley, and on itswestern edge is Lake Victoria, which i (MORE)

Kenya is named after?

Kenya is named after its tallest mountain, Mt. Kenya. Mt. Kenya is also the second highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. It is also the only place in the whole world that experiences both winter(at night) and summer (during the day) in one day. Kenya means "Abode of the Gods" but is not the mountain (MORE)

How much money does Kenya earn each year?

Kenya earns around £19188, 0000 a year. if you think about it 1 person earns 10p a week so 10 times the 52 weeks in the year times by the population of 36, 900,000 that comes to 191880000 then you put the comer and the decimal point in.

What are the factors affecting economic growth in Kenya in year 2010?

70% of the country lives in rural low-land areas in which agricultural is the only means of a livelihood. Due to low productivity and land-degradation, unemployment and low wages are on the rise. Financial limitations and accessibility deter those impoverished from getting out of poverty, therefo (MORE)

In what year was Kenya found?

Arab traders and slavers found the land that is now Kenya at least 1,000 years ago, maybe more. European settlers did not arrive till the late 1890's

What year did Barack Obama move to Kenya?

Obama has never "moved to" Kenya. He made a trip to Kenya sometime after his father was killed there in an automobile accident, in order to meet his Kenyan relatives and visit his father's homeland. This was sometime around his Harvard years. He hoped, in doing, to perhaps have a better understandin (MORE)

How do you get into Kenya?

You can fly in with various airlines, or take a boat to the coast, or drive from surrounding countries.

Where did the name Kenya come from?

Kenya 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. Mt Kirinyaga which was the main landmark became synonymous wit (MORE)

When did Kenya become known as Kenya?

"As part of East Africa, Kenya has seen human habitation since the Lower Paleolithic period. The Bantu expansion reached the area by the first millennium AD, and the borders of the modern state comprise the crossroads of the Niger-Congo, Nilo-Saharan, and Afro-Asiatic linguistic areas of Africa, mak (MORE)

When did Kenya became known as Kenya?

Kenya was known to be Kenya by first between the 16th and 17th century by tugese but declared independence from the British colonies on December 12, 1963.

How many seasons are there in Kenya Name them?

Although Kenya has the normal four seasons of the world (Autumn, winter, summer, spring) it's year may also be divided up by rainy and dry seasons: . December- February: The hot dry season. . Jan-Feb: The calving season for wildebeest, zebra, and some hoofed species. . April - May: The h (MORE)

How many years of school is required in Kenya?

Students in Kenya must attend school for at least the first eight years, or from when they are six years old to when they are thirteen. This is their primary school and progression from this to secondary school requires that students take a national examination for the Kenya Certificate of Primary E (MORE)

Is there a town in Kenya named Hawaii?

No evidence can be found for the existence of a town in Kenya called Hawaii, except for one map, which could easily have been manipulated to show a false town. With no other maps showing it, it is safe to assume that it does not exist. According to Wikipedia there is NO SUCH city or town in Kenya (MORE)

When did Kenya get its name Kenya?

Kenya's name derives from the Kikuyu name for Mount Kenya, Kere Nyaga (Ke-re-nya-ga) meaning 'mountain of God'. According to our elders, when one of the first men appeared in Kenya he met a Kikuyu man and asked him the name of the country and pointed at the mountain. The Kikuyu man mistakenly though (MORE)