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 built up their endurance running to and from school in their childhood. Some of these kenyans include Paul Tergat, Wilson Kipketer, and a lot of other well known kenyan runners.
Well, it depends on how much money the family of the pupil has, and how long Kenyans can go to school is up to the pupil and their family. I hope I answered your question.
because we had to run and run in shcool it was a course then we got used to running then we got our speed
let the kids run around like mad with no rules
Sadly, most Kenyans live in extreme poverty. Many Kenyans live in slums and have houses built from mud. Richer Kenyans live in large homes.
Kenya is a poor country, but there are also many wealthy Kenyans.
I am not sure but around 45% to 70% of Kenyans that got to school. This includes the blacks and the Indians and the rich and poor
Kenyans dye their clothing with a pigment that is found naturally in the earth called ochre. The clothing Kenyans dye is made out of goat or sheep skins.
Well over a thousand Kenyans hold PhDs in various felds.
Yes ,the maasai go to school as do all other Kenyans and Tanzanians ,from the elementary level to the college level and other educational fields.
A collective noun for school kids is a class of school kids.
About 6 to 8 minutes
88% of Kenyans are either Christian or Muslim, so most are monotheistic.
The ability to cook, clean and pick up the kids from the school run.
kids go home after school