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The true story of Kenya

is known that early humans inhabited the region for more than twenty million years .

After, of colonization arises mingling with the union of two different cultures: Arabs and Persians, who together form the Swahili culture


The British government established in 1895 the British East Africa, and in 1902 allowed white settlers to access the high plains fertile. These settlers had an influence within the government even before it was officially declared a crown colony in 1920, but Africans were excluded from direct political participation until 1944 The British government established in 1895 the British East Africa, and in 1902 allowed white settlers to access the high plains fertile.

These settlers had an influence within the government even before it was officially declared a crown colony in 1920, but Africans were excluded from direct political participation until 1944 The number of political parties increased from 11 to 26 as a result of liberalization in November 1997. After a narrow victory in December 1997 elections, the KANU (Kenya African National Union) retained its parliamentary majority and Moi was elected again.


Finally, in December 2002 and after 24 years running the country, Moi was replaced by what will be the third President of Kenya, Mwai Kibaki, who won an overwhelming majority of votes on the candidate nominated by his predecessor, Uhuru Kenyatta



The real story of Kenia