Jamhuri Day which takes place every year on December 12 is a national holiday in Kenya. Jomhuri is a Swahili word meaning "republic" and is an official holiday day score of Kenya's founding as a republic on December 12, 1964. However, the country also gained independence from Britain a year before on December 12, 1963, the day Jamhuri is double event and is generally considered the most important holiday shopping, many cultural celebrations mark the country's cultural heritage.
Fun facts about Kenya:
Kenya is located in East Africa, on the equator.
In 2017, Kenya's population was estimated at 47 million.
The official name of Kenya is the Republic of Kenya.
The capital and largest city in Kenya is Nairobi. Mombasa is the second largest city.
The two official languages in Canada are Swahili English, although there are dozens of other languages spoken in different parts of the country.
Kenya is on the shores of Lake Victoria, the second largest freshwater lake in the world. More border with Lake Tanzania and Uganda.
Kenya has many national wildlife parks and an active safari, making it a very popular tourist destination.
The main agriculture of the Kenya economy is tea, coffee and flowers.
In Kenya there are large animals such as lions, buffalo, tigers, elephants and rhinos.
Kenya has a hotel where giraffes roam freely in its territory.
In Kenya they drive on the left side of the road.
Kenya is named after Mount Kenya, the highest mountain in the country (5,199 meters, 17,057 feet), and the second highest in Africa.
Kenya gained independence from Britain in 1963.
Kenya is a developing country and half of its population lives in poverty.
In terms of sports, Kenya is best known for running medium and long distance and often produces Olympic champions.