Kenya National Archives

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13 Responses

  1. Ken san says:

    Do the library of KNA offers attachment for students. And if yes, what is the pocedure of application?

    • njoki says:

      the government should allow people to visit the the place for free since they have eaten enough through tax for the owner to notice. plus. even the place is not well maintained .

    • muriuki says:

      yep yep./just drop your application to the dirrector of the kna&ds

  2. linnah Anyango ooro says:

    The Kenya National Archives is well arranged and if you visit the place you will be impressed.I learnt alot when i was there.Thanks for the team am proud to be akenyan

  3. kim says:

    do tha library contain business related books

  4. OSIEMO OBURU NICHOLAS says:

    I really enjoyed when i was there as an attache from KTTC encouraging you to just take a visit and see HISTORY AND TOUCH IT WITH YOUR NAKED EYES…….SWO INTERESTING……

  5. onyancha says:

    my experience during attachment at KNADS was wonderful

  6. peter says:

    its breathtaking.i visited the place yesterday and i just looked on and on.u need to visit to appreciate our history.

  7. muriuki says:

    i visited the place,june 2012 as a student at intraglobal training institute persuing library & information science,i learnt alot including kenyan history…it was a new life experience

  8. kendi winny says:

    i visited the archives last friday…..a very nice for historian……though some of archiveist are so rude…..making it somehow difficult for researchers

  9. benben says:

    What time does it close?

  10. Kashiyo says:

    I’ve gone there, several times and each time seems more revealing than the last. It has a way of totally isolating your mind from the bustle of the streets outside to the quiet and serene spectacle inside. Wenye wanasema it should be free are just too stingy. I just saw how google stepped in to digitalise documents. That’s something.

  1. January 5, 2014

    […] leave you near a main artery of Tom Mboya (named after the famous politician), or behind the National Archives Museum where the small vans depart and arrive from for other cities and towns across the nation. At this […]

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