The Kenyan shilling is the currency of Kenya. The banknotes are printed on paper. The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is responsible for issuing the Kenyan banknotes.
In 1966, the Kenyan shilling replaced the East African dollar as the official currency of Kenya. The Central Bank of Kenya manages foreign exchange reserves and intervenes when necessary to ensure stability in the foreign exchange market. A main security feature of the Kenyan banknote is the portrait of the lion’s head that is seen when it is held up to the light.
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