866 United Nations Plaza, Room 304,New York, NY 10017Telephone: (212) 421-4741email: info@kenyaun.org
Return to the Article List
— Article List —
Filter by category:  
  Articles per page: 

Daily Newspapers

Kenya's Daily Newspapers ,Nation Media, East African Standard, Kenya Times, The East African, The People 

Trade & Investment

Trade & Investment

Political History

Political History

Political System

Political System

Public Holidays

Public holidays in Kenya

Maps, Coat of Arms and Flag

The color black represents the people of the Republic of Kenya, red for the blood shed during the fight for independence, green for the country's landscape and the white lines were added later to symbolize peace and honesty. The black, red, and white traditional Maasai shield and two spears symbolize the defense of all the things mentioned peace and honesty.

National Anthem

The tune of the Kenya National Anthem is an African Song which is heard in the Pokomo country of Kenya. It is a traditional tune sang by mothers to their children. The National Anthem was prepared by a five-member commission headed by the then Kenya Music Adviser, Mr. Graham Hyslop, with Mr. G. W. Senoga-Zake, Mr. Thomas Kalume, Mr. Peter Kibukosya and Mr. Washington Omondi as members.

General Information About Kenya

General Information About Kenya

Sectoral Overview

Sectoral Overview