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Three equal horizontal stripes (black, red, green) with a centered shield and the crossed spears of an African warrior; the red stripe is outlined in white.
Songwriter: Graham Hyslop, Thomas Kalume, Peter Kibukosya, Washington Omondi, George W. Senoga-Zake
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This is what an AI says about the Kenyan flag
The flag of Kenya is a symbol of the country and its citizens. It was introduced on December 12, 1963, when Kenya gained its independence from Great Britain. The flag is a combination of black, red, green and white, representing the Pan-African colors.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Kenyan flag
The national flag of Kenya was introduced on December 12, 1963, when Kenya gained its independence from Great Britain. The flag consists of black, red and green, with black representing the African people, red representing blood spilled during the struggle for independence, and green representing the country's landscape and natural resources. The white triangle on the left side of the flag symbolizes peace and unity.
This is how an AI describes the Kenyan flag
The national flag of Kenya consists of black, red and green. The upper part of the flag is black, the middle part is red and the lower part is green. In the center of the flag is a white lion's head outlined in black.