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    Kenyan language

    The Republic of Kenya is a country belonging to Africa, whose capital is Nairobi. It has a population of 50 million inhabitants (28th) and an area of ​​580,367 km 2 (48th). Its human development index is medium (142º) and its official currency is the Kenyan shilling. But what language is spoken in Kenya? What language do they speak in Kenya? Kenya has two official languages: Swahili, spoken by 37.1% of the population. English , which is spoken by 18.8% of the inhabitants. Both languages ​​serve as the lingua franca throughout the country. While in rural areas most of the population…

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  • History of Kenya

    Brief history of Kenya summarized A brief review of the history of Kenya, a country on the African continent. The Kenyan Principles The earliest inhabitants of Kenya were hunter-gatherers, but from about 2,000 BC pastoralists arrived in the region. Then, from 800 AD, the Arabs set sail for Kenya. Some settled and intermarried and created the Swahili culture along the coast. The first European to arrive in Kenya was Vasco da Gama in 1498. Subsequently, the Portuguese dominated the Kenyan coast for two centuries. However, they did not penetrate inland. However, the Portuguese brought new crops to Kenya, maize and…

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  • Kenyan traditions and customs

    What traditions and customs are there in Kenya? We reveal the customs and traditions of Kenya, an African country. Gastronomy Food in daily life Maize (or maize) is the staple food of Kenyans. It is ground into flour and prepared as a porridge called posho, which is sometimes mixed with mashed beans, potatoes, and vegetables, to make a dish called irio. Another popular food is a beef stew called ugali. This is eaten in a large pot and each diner takes a piece of ugali, which they use as a spoon to scoop up beans and other vegetables. Boiled vegetables,…

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