IKenya

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iKenya
Isaga: "Harambee"  (isiSwahili)
"Let us all pull together"
Inkondlo: Ee Mungu Nguvu Yetu
"O God of All Creation"

Isiqongo
(futhi idolobha elikhulu)
Nairobi
Izilimi isiSwahili
English[1]
Uhulumeni
 -  Umongameli Mwai Kibaki
 -  Umongameli isekela Kalonzo Musyoka
Ukwenza
 -  Ungqongqoshe phezulu Raila Odinga 
Ubukhulu
 -  Jikelele 580,367 km2 (47)
224,080 sq mi 
 -  Amanzi (%) 2.3
Inani labantu
 -  2011 ukulinganisa 41,070,934[2] (33)
 -  2009 uhlolovo 38,610,097[3] 
 -  Ixuku labantu 67.2/km2 
174.1/sq mi
Imali iShilling (KES)

iKenya (inani labantu: 41000000) izwe eAfrika, eduze neNkaBazwe.

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  1. Constitution (2009) Art. 7[National, official and other languages] "(1) The national language of the Republic is Kiswahili. (2) The official languages of the Republic are Kiswahili and English. (3) The State shall–-–- (a) promote and protect the diversity of language of the people of Kenya; and (b) promote the development and use of indigenous languages, Kenyan Sign language, Braille and other communication formats and technologies accessible to persons with disabilities."
  2. Central Intelligence Agency (2009). "Kenya". The World Factbook. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ke.html. Retrieved 23 January 2010. 
  3. Kenya 2009 Population and housing census highlights. knbs.or.ke