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Familiarizing Yourself With the Culture in Kenya Kenya is in the eastern part of East Africa, it has been boarded by Tanzania, Uganda, Southern Sudan, Ethopia, Somalia and Indian Ocean. It has eight provinces like the Nairobi, Nyanza, Central, Eastern Province. It compromises 42 ethnic groups in the whole country each of the group has its own uniqueness and various beliefs that they follow. Most of the language in Kenya has three composition the Batus, Nilotes and the Cushites. The official language in Africa is English and Swahili this is spoken by many people. Meanwhile, Sheng is another language that is common in the urban areas and is being used by the young people. Visitors in Kenya must learn a little of Swahili since it has been used mostly in the rural areas, no need for an interpreter in talking with the local people. Kenya having its population of about 32 million, 70% of its population in the rural areas and 30 percent in the urban areas, financial difficulties in the rural areas made a lot of people, the young ones especially youth migrate to the cities where they can get employment. The culture of Kenya is being shown in various method depending on the various ethnic group, this ranges from the food, way of dressing, music, arts, language and other things as well.
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The very popular staple food is the Nyama Choma, Ugali and the tea, the meat is very delicious, you will see this cuisine every time you attend special occasions. In Kenya, tea time can be all the time of the day, it composes of milk, sugar and tea leaves, it is present in all time one must consider the branded beer called the Tusker.
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In huge pubs, one will find people eating Nyama Choma with bottle of Tusker beer, other known food include rice, fish, chicken and Chapati. The government allows the freedom of worship in most of the time, various church congregations are available. Half of the population in Kenya are Christians and others also is Muslim, Hindu etcetera. Kenya has a wide range of music composing the local and the international, these includes various folk songs, hip hop, fusion of African music, Benga music and others as well. The art and the artifacts are influenced by different ethnic groups, local people uses various raw materials to weave and make carvings like the baskets, mats, necklace and pictures carved wood sculptures and clothing being known in the international market. All the ethnic groups have shown respect to their ancestors, they show their respect following their own fore fathers. Their names are from one generation to another coming from centuries ago. They always think that the spirit of their ancestors have still been presence even after death.