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How much do you know about the genesis of Nairobi as a city?

Looking at Nairobi one would assume it’s been here for a very long time. What if I told you Kanairo is about 124 years old, before then it was a vast Savannah teaming with wild animals. That’s before the colonialists decided to set a railway depot here for its centrality between Mombasa and L. Victoria. Well, a lot has changed since. We made a poetic animated film exploring this metamorphosis from a wild savannah to a global metropolis. Do you think this change has been for the worst or the best?

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  1. Nairobi was not meant to be a big city and the recent floods, a broken drainage system, and crowded slums are a testament to that. Another thing about Nairobi is that the colonialists never anticipated it to be this big so the planning was not done with that in mind. Maybe the capital city should beRead more

    Nairobi was not meant to be a big city and the recent floods, a broken drainage system, and crowded slums are a testament to that. Another thing about Nairobi is that the colonialists never anticipated it to be this big so the planning was not done with that in mind. Maybe the capital city should be moved to another more viable location that can be planned with the future in mind.

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  1. Kibera and the other low income neighbourhoods have so much untapped potential that can transform Nairobi into a more accommodating city to live in.

    Kibera and the other low income neighbourhoods have so much untapped potential that can transform Nairobi into a more accommodating city to live in.

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