Kenya is one of the countries in Eastern Africa, bordering Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. It has 47 counties all governed by elected governors, and Nairobi is its capital city. Let’s know some facts about Kenya.
Flag of Kenya speaks a lot. The colour black represents the people of the Republic of Kenya, red for the bloodshed 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 defence of all the things mentioned peace and honesty.
1. Lake Victoria is the world’s second-largest freshwater lake found in Kenya.
2. Kenyans have won a lot in the Olympics.
To date, no Kenyan has ever won a medal in a winter sport at the Olympics.
However, Kenyan athletes have won over 100 medals, mostly from track and field events.
Between the Summer Olympics of 2008, 2012, and 2016, Kenya earned 42 medals which are almost half of the total medals won.
3. Masai Mara Nature Reserve
Masai Mara Nature Reserve is best known for the Great Wildebeest Migration when, every year, more than a million wildebeest, zebra and antelope migrate clockwise around the Serengeti-Masai Mara ecosystem.