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State Commendations of Kenya

 

State Commendations of Kenya

State Commendations of Kenya are awarded by the

  1. ^ The Kenya Gazette 88, Published by Authority of the Republic of Kenya, 2002 
  2. ^ a b Kenya National Assembly Official Record (Hansard) 10th June 2009, National Assembly of Kenya 
  3. ^ Forum with pictures of the Order
  4. ^ http://www.coleccionesmilitares.com Ribbon bars of Kenya
  5. ^ Lorch, Donatella (2 April 1994), "Busia Journal; Where Uganda and Kenya Collide", New York Times, retrieved 29 July 2011 
  6. ^ Kenya: Country Honours Aga Khan, All Africa, retrieved 29 July 2011 

References

Of these awards, the Chief of the Order of the Golden Heart of Kenya is the highest honour in Kenya[5] and as of 2009 the award has been bestowed on 198 people since Kenyan independence.[2] Recipients of this award include Yoweri Museveni the President of Uganda, and Aga Khan IV.[6] The President of Kenya holds the position of Chief of the Order of the Golden Heart of Kenya, the incumbent is Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta.

Ribbon bars[4]

Order of the Golden Heart

Order of the Burning Spear

Order of the Grand Warrior

Distinguished Service Medal

Silver Star of Kenya
  • Military Division
  • Civilian Division
  • The Order of the Grand Warrior of Kenya
  • The Distinguished Conduct Order
  • The Distinguished Service Medal
  • The Silver Star of Kenya
  • Head of State's Commendation
  • 1st Class – Chief of the Order of the Burning Spear (C.B.S.)
  • 2nd Class – Elder of the Order of the Burning Spear (E.B.S.)
  • 3rd Class – Moran of the Order of the Burning Spear (M.B.S.)
  • Uhodari Medal
  • The Order of the Burning Spear
  • 1st Class – Chief of the Order of the Golden Heart of Kenya (C.G.H.)
  • 2nd Class – Elder of the Order of the Golden Heart of Kenya (E.G.H.)
  • 3rd Class – Moran of the Order of the Golden Heart of Kenya (M.G.H.)
  • The Order of the Golden Heart of Kenya[3]

The awards that are issued are:

[2]

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