2011 in Kenya

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A list of happenings in 2011 in Kenya:

Events[edit]

January[edit]

February[edit]

March[edit]

September[edit]

  • September 12 - Over 100 people die in a pipeline fire in Sinai slum, Nairobi

Deaths[edit]

January - March[edit]

April - June[edit]

  • May 16 - Samuel Wanjiru, 24, Olympic gold medal-winning marathon runner, fall from balcony.

July - September[edit]

Sports[edit]

January - March[edit]

April - June[edit]

July - September[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Standard, January 2, 2011: Shock as 10 die in horror crash
  2. ^ The Standard, January 4, 2011: Raila's team fails to end Ivory Coast crisis
  3. ^ The Standard, January 4, 2011: Kosgey finally steps aside
  4. ^ Daily Nation, January 27, 2011: Kamukunji MP loses seat in poll petition
  5. ^ Daily Nation, January 31, 2011: CIC declares Kibaki's judicial nominees unconstitutional
  6. ^ The Standard, February 9, 2011: Sachangwan tragedy:Ten perish as Crown Bus collides with trailer
  7. ^ The Standard, February 12, 2011: Nine die after varsity bus hits a matatu
  8. ^ Daily Nation, February 16, 2011: PNU’s Gitari wins Kirinyaga poll
  9. ^ The Standard, February 18, 2011: Khalwale loses his seat
  10. ^ [1]
  11. ^ March 9, 2011: ICC summons six Kenyans over post-election violence
  12. ^ Daily Nation, Jan14, 2011: ‘Sauti ya Simba’ takes final bow
  13. ^ [2]
  14. ^ The Standard, March 15, 2011: Kalenjin opposition heavyweight dies in Nairobi
  15. ^ Daily Nation, March 18, 2011: Huge loss for rumba fans as Limpopo star takes final bow
  16. ^ Daily Nation, July 31, 2011: Top Kenyan musician Kifoto dies
  17. ^ Menafn.com, September 26, 2011: Cardinal Otunga's Biographer Dies
  18. ^ Daily Nation, February 14, 2011: How ‘Ogre’ devoured rivals to grab Kenya Cup League
  19. ^ Hutchings, Tim (2011-02-18). Keitany smashes Half Marathon World record in Ras Al Khaimah - UPDATED. IAAF. Retrieved on 2011-02-18.
  20. ^ Sofapaka beat Ulinzi to retain DSTV/SuperSport Super Cup
  21. ^ Gichinga, Leila (2011-03-06). /06/kenya_dominates_african_cross_country_champs_cape_town/686.html Kenya dominates at African Cross Country Champs in Cape Town. Athletics Africa. Retrieved on 2011-03-07.


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