Being a European colony for several hundred years and also being a largely Christian country means that they only cultural difference that should be noticeable are in the more rural areas, you can still see the British and foreign influences in all the big cities in Kenya.There are small things you'll need to watch out for like only shaking hands or passing items to a person with your right hand - the left hand is considered unclean and you should also avoid pointing at somebody with your finger.Attempt to commit unnatural offences Any person who attempts to commit any of the offences specified in section 162 is guilty of a felony and is liable to imprisonment for seven years.
Unnatural offences Any person who—(a) has carnal knowledge of any person against the order of nature; or(b) has carnal knowledge of an animal; or(c) permits a male person to have carnal knowledge of him or her against the order of nature, is guilty of a felony and is liable to imprisonment for fourteen years: Provided that, in the case of an offence under paragraph(a), the offender shall be liable to imprisonment for twenty-one years if—(i) the offence was committed without the consent of the person who was carnally known; or(ii) the offence was committed with that person’s consent but the consent was obtained by force or by means of threats or intimidation of some kind, or by fear of bodily harm, or by means of false representations as to the nature of the act.163.
Around 80% of the Kenyan population is Christian, most of them being Protestant, and another 11% of the population is of the Muslim faith.
The Muslim component of the Kenya population tends to live by the coast whereas the Christian population is spread pretty evenly throughout the country.
So when one of her mother's drunken customers, in the one-room drinking den that doubles as their home in Nairobi, offered her a boiled egg in exchange for sex, she agreed.
Brittanie Richardson, a 27-year-old American campaigning against the child sex trade in Kenya, witnessed the act during a routine visit to meet the family and felt powerless to act."The room was full of people: men, women, the mum is there, the sister.