According to Kenya's 2010 constitution, legal currency can no longer bear portraits and images of individuals. The current notes in circulation still bear the portraits of former Presidents and in fact I recently read an article about the Central Bank Governor again postponing the release date for the new generation notes.
Anyway.. that got me thinking: how would a modern Kenyan Shilling actually look? And perhaps more fundamentally, what do Kenyans consider 'Kenyan'? Here are designs that I think answer both.
This in NOT legal tender and is NOT sanctioned by the CBK or the Government of Kenya.