The Kenya National Archives is a major landmark in the Central Business District of Kenya's capital city of Nairobi. Most Kenyans use the building to give directions as well as navigate their way into town.
It is very common to find large crowds of people around the archives because it is the easiest place where people sit and wait for each other. Businessmen and women hawking several things also take advantage of the traffic around the building to sell their goods and especially those vending sim cards.
However, despite the building being very familiar with many Kenyans, most of the Kenyans have never been inside the building to know what goes in there or what is stored there.
The Archives is established under the laws of Kenya to preserved the rich history of this country. It has all the historical artefacts ranging back from pre-independent times.
If you have never been inside the KNA, K24 news anchor Mumbi Wambugu will be covering it on Saturday 17th April at 7:00 pm.
"The archives has been a goldmine for Kenyan history for over 5O years! Discover what is inside tonight at 7&9pm with Mumbi Wambugu." K24
Have you ever been there or we wait for the documentary?
Video link: https://twitter.com/K24Tv/status/1383304789455347722?s=19
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