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by LIBERTY EDINGTON

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Kenya
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Author; Liberty Dhan Edington
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Land, climate, and history
 The temperate subtropical climate in the west and southwest highlands and is hot and humid along the coast and hot and dry in the north and east.
Kenya was colonized by Great Britain by 1901 to1960 Kenya became independent on December 12 1963 Kenya declared their independence from britain.
“Long rains” from April to June are usually reliable and heavy. They are followed by “short rains” from October to November. Climate change has affected weather patterns, however, sometimes extending rainy seasons by a month or two. The country is generally dry and windy from December to March.
Jomo Kenyatta a scholarly and government official turned into the establishing  father of the countryside and filed in as pioneer of its country from its freedom in 1963 to his demise.
Population, religion, language
Kikuyu  22 percent Luhya 14 percent and Luo percent the luo, masai, turkana,samburu,and the kikuyu.
Kenya's most common religion is Christianity the predominant religion in Kenya is Christian because  it is  adhered to by an estimated 85.52% of the total population.
English
Kenya speaks English and Swahili but in English they say hello and thank you and in Swahili they say hedari na asant.
The terrain rises from the low coastal plain to the Indian ocean from the mountain plateaus at its center.
Kenya tends to dress conservatively partially in rural areas and they like to wear western style clothing also with some African variation.
 Customs & Courtesies (greetings, gestures, visiting, eating)

Each ethnic groups generally uses an unique variety of solution  for different age groups situation however a handshake is common and important throughout the country
Kenyans pass and accept items with the right hand or both hands using the left hand alone is considered improper. The verbal tch-tch or a tss-tss sounds expresses displeasure. Pointing at someone with the index finger is rude.
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