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No! Jomo Kenyatta's body was frozen.

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What is the word for old person in Swahili?

Mzee or Mkongwe (the latter used for very old people). These are nouns derived from adjectives, -zee and -kongwe, used to describe people: Mtu mzee (old person), mtu mkongwe, very old person. The noun is simply dropped, as in German Der Alte. Swahili does not have feminine and masculine versions of nouns. Mzee, however, is most often used of a man: a woman is mama mzee; it would not be wrong to call her mzee but might confuse. plurals: wazee and wakongwe.

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Jomo Kenyatta was a Kenyan nationalist who was instrumental in his country's struggle against colonial rule. Unfortunately, he fell into the same trap that troubled many of his contemporaries: the lust of power. Kenyatta had the constitution of Kenya amended to expand his power. The East African republic was ruled by him from the time his country became independent in 1963 till his death (as a result of old age) in 1978. Yes, he was a founding father for his country, but was it necessary for him to ban all opposition parties? Was it necessary for his face to adorn on the currency of Kenya (the shilling) while he was still alive? [You can go on eBay; there are still notes on sale from the 1960s and 1970s when Kenyatta was the ruler.] The practice of putting one's effigy on the money is an act done by two kinds of rulers: kings and dictators. Kenyatta was not a king; he falls into the latter camp. As benevolent or well-intentioned as he might have been, he was still a dictator.I noticed you referred to "Mzee," meaning "old man" in Swahili. This is a sign of affection bestowed unto him by his people. This phenomenon of benevolent dictatorship is not exceptional to just Kenya or even Africa; Bangladesh's founder was known as Bangabandhu "Friend of Bengal." He helped free his country from Pakistani tyranny in 1971, and yet he put himself on the taka (Bangladesh's currency), and did many similar things with Bangladesh's government that Kenyatta had done with his government. As a matter of fact, he had the constitution of Bangladesh revised to provide him with nearly absolute powers in 1975. Sadly for him, he was overthrown not long after this happened, and shortly thereafter, he was assassinated. Within time, however, Sheikh Mujib's popularity was revived, and now (like Kenyatta in Kenya) all the notes of his country grace his image. As of today in 2012, both Kenyatta and Rahman are mutually regarded as national heroes for Kenya and Bangladesh respectively, illustrating the maxim "Time heals all wounds."Sources:Personal KnowledgeMicrosoft Student 2009Further Reading:Edge, Wayne. Global Studies: Africa. Dubuque, Iowa: McGraw Hill, 2006.[There's an entry on Kenya, on pages 68-71. It's a very reliable source that has been assigned for entry level college classes in Africana Studies. I should know; I've taken one of them. I recommend you read the section about Kenya before jumping to your own conclusions on this controversial subject.]

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