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  2. HistoryKe, Kilifi. 60K likes. History of Kenya as told one pic & story at a time. Enjoy and uphold respect, decorum. History is bitter to some yet sweet to others. History is caworhbabsytemte.tabjetenraixiltitodertybaskaoni.coers: 62K.
  3. @HistoryKE. 28 Nov #HistoryKeThread How did Sagana State Lodge earn its name when it is situated over 40km from Sagana town? This is something I have never figured out. The State Lodge is in Kiganjo, Nyeri county. The Lodge served as an official vacation resort for royal dignitaries and Governors during colonial times. It was known as the.
  4. HistoryKe: The British Empire established the East Africa Protectorate in , from known as the Kenya independent Republic of Kenya was formed in It was ruled as a de facto one-party state by the Kenya African National Union (KANU), led by Jomo Kenyatta during to
  5. HistoryKe is on Facebook. To connect with HistoryKe, join Facebook today. Join. or. Log In. HistoryKe. Duncan Ndegwa with his wife, Ann, on their wedding day. Born in , Duncan was the first Civil Service Head in independent Kenya. He oversaw the transition from a .
  6. HistoryKe Mzee Jomo Kenyatta takes a salute ahead of the graduation ceremony at Royal College, which two years later became University of Nairobi. He is flanked to his right by Kenya's first indigenous doctorate degree holder, Dr. Gikonyo Kiano, who .
  7. The Pioneering Flying Moran Shadrack Ole Sainepu was a versatile Maasai moran of many firsts. At one time in the late sixties, he was said to be the only African commercial pilot in East Africa.
  8. Start with our DVD, “Election Day: Choosing Our President”. Then, about once a month, you’ll receive a new DVD following the adventures of a group of time-traveling history students who go back in time to learn our nation’s most influential stories.
  9. Historia Ya Wakenya Curating the history of Kenya one pic and story at a time. Here thanks to one @Opiyop.. [@]HistoryKe on Twitter. HistoryKe page on FB. posts.

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