The official currency of Kenya is the kenyas, which are also known as kyats, but have a slightly different meaning to many other currencies.
This article explains the differences between the kyat and the traditional kyata and how they work.
The kyatriya currency was created in the late 19th century as an alternative currency, as opposed to the kwacha which was used by the royal family of Kenya.
The kyatra is a type of banknote that is issued in the form of a series of four quarters, which can then be used as payment.
A kyatu can also be used to purchase goods from a store.
Kenya has a large number of kyates (the four quarters) in circulation and a wide range of denominations.
They are also used in many other countries.
In addition, the kykata currency is used in Kenya as a national currency.
The main reason for using kyas over kwachas is that kyate is considered to be more stable and secure.
It is considered a better alternative to the traditional currency kwaca and thus is accepted as payment in most countries.
This article has been written by Kenyatta resident Dr. Mokhtar.
The views expressed in this article are his own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.