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  2. Renewable energy in Kenya - Wikipedia

    The Rift Valley has an estimated geothermal potential of 15,000 MW using today's technology. Hydroelectricity. Hydroelectric power in Kenya currently accounts for about 49% of installed capacity, which is about 761 MW. However, the Kenyan Government is strongly pushing for a shift to other alternative resources of electricity generation. By ...

  3. Kenya women's national football team - Wikipedia's_national...

    Djibouti women's national football team played Kenya in Nairobi on 26 March 2006, with Kenya winning 7–0, holding a lead of 4–0 at the half. On 22 July 2006, Kenya played Cameroon women's national football team in Yaounde. Cameroon was up 2–0 at the half and went on to win the game 4–0.

  4. East Africa Protectorate - Wikipedia

    East Africa Protectorate (also known as British East Africa) was an area in the African Great Lakes occupying roughly the same terrain as present-day Kenya from the Indian Ocean inland to the border with Uganda in the west.

  5. Kisii people - Wikipedia

    Today, Gusii houses are still similar, though corrugated iron sheets and stone is sometimes used for the roofs and walls. [17] [47] The traditional Gusii compound had elevated granaries for storing crops, such as millet and other crops.

  6. Fort Jesus - Wikipedia

    Fort Jesus (Portuguese: Forte Jesus de Mombaça, Spanish: Fuerte de Jesús) is a fort located on Mombasa Island.Designed by Italian Giovanni Battista Cairati, it was built between 1593 and 1596 by order of King Felipe II of Castille, who also reigned as King Filipe I of Portugal and the Algarves, to guard the Old Port of Mombasa.

  7. Karen Blixen - Wikipedia

    Baroness Karen Christenze von Blixen-Finecke (born Dinesen; 17 April 1885 – 7 September 1962) was a Danish author who wrote works in Danish and English.She is also known under her pen names Isak Dinesen, used in English-speaking countries, Tania Blixen, used in German-speaking countries, Osceola, and Pierre Andrézel.

  8. William Ruto - Wikipedia

    William Samoei Runye Arap Ruto (born 21 December 1966) is a Kenyan politician.Currently, he is the Deputy President of Kenya, a position he has held since 2013. He served as the Acting President of Kenya between 6 and 8 October 2014 when President Uhuru Kenyatta was at the International Criminal Court (ICC), in the Hague, Netherlands.

  9. Raila Odinga - Wikipedia

    Raila Amolo Odinga (born 7 January 1945) is a Kenyan politician who served as the Prime Minister of Kenya from 2008 to 2013. He is assumed as the Leader of Opposition in Kenya since 2013 as the New Constitution of Kenya does not prescribe for such a position.