The Week began by the Rusinga Family being received by Beautiful African Music which continued every morning throughout the week.
The students and staff dressed up to represent the Different African Regions.
The menu was also based on different regions
|Monday||East African||East African|
|Tuesday||West African||West African|
|Wednesday||North African||North African|
|Thursday||South African||South African|
|Friday||Colonizers||Countries allocated to the classes|
The week began with an assembly that displayed the East African Community Countries.
The students that represented the East African Countries were
|Rwanda||Jonathan and Keza Jenna|
|South Sudan||Diana Yai and Destiny|
|Tanzania||Eissa Elkazi and Ethan Mkwizu|
|Democratic Republic Congo||Joel Mukadi|
East African Dress code
There was display of African Art all over the school.
West African Attire
North African Attire
The day began with an assembly with the theme African Diaspora. There were representatives from the American countries of African Origin who did short presentations on their respective countries.
There were also representatives from West/South African Countries
|Ivory coast||Grace Yapo|
|South Africa||Vuhiswa Mholongo|
South African Attire
Culmination of the African History Week
This was held in the afternoon. It began with the National Anthems’ of both Kenya and Uganda. Ugandans were celebrating their national day on the 9th of October.
The various classes presented items from different countries. They included a Skit on African Stereotypes by Year 8, s, a Congolese Dance and Fashion show by Year 7, Poem by Diana Yai and Taji Macharia in Year 12, Fashion show and Dance by Year 13’s Rap and Dance by Hassan in Year 12, General African Dance by Year11, Presentations by Mr.Ohot and Team and many others.
The presence of the Bomas of Kenya Dancers brought in a lot of culture and excitement.
It was indeed a wonderful, informative and exciting week which reminded us of our beautiful African, rich heritage and culture.
Thankyou Rusinga family for owning the African History Week and Special thankyou to Tendaii, Mutheu ,Esther and Anzal and the Humanities and Social Science Department Senior School for planning and coordinating the week