Many of these archaic laws also restrict citizens use of shared or public space. (Photo/ Lydur Skulason)

No Vagrants Or Vagabonds Please, We’re Kenyan: Oppressive Colonial Laws Still On The Statute Books

Anyone found loitering, anyone who was homeless or found in the wrong abode, making noise on the streets, sleeping in public or hawking superstitious material or paraphernalia was, and still is, liable for imprisonment.