12-12-2017 by redazione
Today is a national holiday in Kenya. It is the celebration of the "Jamhuri Day". It's the day of the Republic, which is the date in which officially entered into force before the Constitution of the Republic of Kenya, 12 December 1964.
Jamhuri is the Swahili word which means "Republic" and the following year 12 December is considered national holiday. The African country had achieved full independence from Britain a year and a half earlier, on June 1, 1963. Jamhuri Day is considered as the most important of Kenya feast day, all over the country are celebrated festivals that highlight national unity while the peculiarities of the different tribes and the cultural heritage of the country.
Back Friday night, Feb. 10, at the Voile Rouge Malindi, the historical celebration of the full moon.
The appointment with the traditional feast "do it yourself" at the fantastic "full moon" of the equator, as is always around 20 to...