Mwai Kibaki's state funeral, in pictures from this article.
#Kenya honors former President Kibaki with state funeral | The Independent
@Aman9das literacy rate in Kenya is around 85% it has increased ever since he took power in Kenya from 2003, he laid foundations that the current government is riding on, although currently no free education as such because parents started paying some sort of fees. Parent in Kenya send their kids to school up to standard 8 which is compulsory and minimum requirements for you to be conversant with national language which is Kiswahili. Secondary and tertiary education is somehow expensive for most parents to afford in Kenya, that's why Kibaki's government introduced massive day secondary school which are cheaper compared to advanced boarding schools. These day schools lack some or most equipments necessary for effective learning.