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  2. Citizen TV - Wikipedia

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    Citizen TV. / 36.791138; -1.286546. Citizen TV is a Kenyan free-to-air television channel owned by Royal Media Services and broadcasting mostly in English and Swahili. It was started in 1999 and relaunched in June 2006.

  3. Demographics of Kenya - Wikipedia

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    t. e. The demography of Kenya is monitored by the Kenyan National Bureau of Statistics. Kenya is a multi-ethnic state in the Great Lakes region of East Africa. It is inhabited primarily by Bantu and Nilotic populations, with some Cushitic -speaking ethnic minorities in the north. Its total population was at 47,564,296 as of the 2019 census.

  4. Boorana - Wikipedia

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    Islam, predominately Sunni Muslim. The Boorana ( Oromo: Boorana) is one of the two major subgroups of the Oromo people. They live in the Borena Zone of the Oromia Region of Ethiopia and the former Northern Frontier District (now northern Kenya) of Northern Kenya. They speak a dialect of Oromo.

  5. Orma (clan) - Wikipedia

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    Orma (clan) The Orma is one of the Oromo clans in the Horn of Africa who predominantly live in Tana River County in northern Kenya, Ethiopia. they share a common language and cultural heritage with Oromo clans. First and foremost they are pastoralists and almost all, if not all, of them are muslims. In 2019 the Orma numbered 158,993.

  6. Marakwet people - Wikipedia

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    The Marakwet live in five territorial sections namely Almoo, Cherangany (Sengwer or Kimaala), Endoow, Sombirir (Borokot) and Markweta (the dialect giving rise to the common name). Cutting across these territorial groups are a number of clans to which each Marakwet belongs. There were 119,969 Marakwet people in 2019.

  7. Kenya Television Network - Wikipedia

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    Kenya Television Network is a Kenyan free-to-air television network that was launched in March 1990 by Jared Kangwana. It is headquartered at Standard Group Centre, Nairobi . [2] It was the first free-to-air privately owned television network in Africa , and the first to break KBC's monopoly in Kenya.

  8. K24 TV - Wikipedia

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    K24 was the first Kenyan television station to stream live on the internet, giving diaspora viewers a taste of real Kenyan stories told in real time. K24 Kenya receives 3.1 watchime (hours) per week. It is powered by Mediamax Network Ltd which was established in 2009 and now happens to be one of the fastest growing media houses in Kenya.