Kenya


KENYA

The geography of Kenya is different. Kenya has a coastline on the Indian Ocean, which has swamps of East Africa. Inland has plains and hills.
Central and Western Kenya is made up of the Kenyan Rift Valley, home to two of Africa's highest mountains, Mount Kenya and Mount Elgon. The two main rivers are the Galana and the Tana. The Ewaso Ng'iro is a very important river that sends water to the northern part of Kenya.
Africa's coastline is very rocky and has strong There are certain mountain ranges and plateaus that are very hard to cross.

The Sahara, is the largest desert in the world. It stretches east to west over most of north Africa
Kenya has nice weather all year round. Temperatures are the same throughout the year, 80-90 degrees.

There are a lot animals in Kenya. The most common animals are, baboons, buffalo, cheetah, crocodile, elephant, gazelle, giraffes, hippopotamus and many more.
Due to Kenya’s location and climate it has created different environments.
These different environments provide habitats for its beautiful flowers.
Beaches in Kenya are well known for their beauty, white sand and turquoise waters.

The main groups of tribes are the Bantu, who moved from western Africa. The Nilotic who were mainly a simple tribe are from Ethiopia and Somalia. The main tribes are Kikuyu, Meru , Kalenjin, Luyha, Luo , Kisii, Kamba, Swahili, Masai, Turkana













Modern Kenyans dress in Western clothing. Residents of the country's coast, many of whom are Muslim, dress in a more Arabic fashion.
Many Kenyan women wear a cloth known as a kanga, which is common in Africa. They generally wrap it around their upper body.

Kenya people mainly eat beans, carrots, tomatoes, kales, cauliflower, spinach, onions, beetroot, cucumber...etc. All of these are available and are basically very affordable for the average Kenyan.
The meats are beef, goat meat, chicken, fish, which are also very common foods. Kenyans depend on farming as a source of money to earn a living. Others own businesses.

The main religion in Kenya is Christianity. Other faiths practiced in Kenya are the Hinduism, Islam, and traditional African religions.
Poorer people live in mud huts, which are made to shelter them from the sun. Rich people live in large houses, and may have fancy things like swimming pools and large amounts of land..

About 75% of Kenyans work in farming. Coffee, tea, corn, wheat, are grown in the highlands, mainly on small African-owned farms.
The Politics of Kenya take place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic. The President of Kenya is both head of state and head of government.
Executive power is exercised by the executive branch of government, headed by the President, who chairs the cabinet, that is composed of people chosen from outside parliament.. The president is elected for a five-year term by the people. The currency unit in Kenya is the Kenyan shilling.