Did 'kenya' even exist as a name in 1961 ? At the time it was the british east africa protectorate.
The hospital on that certificate ? In 1961 it was actually called something else and didnt become the one named in the certificate untill 1978 when it merged.
Things that make you go hmm.
Noagendamarket, I just debunked this in another thread. If you actually read the wikipedia article that everyone is copying and pasting to support this claim you'll find it actually contradicts the claim. That's irony. According to the article, the hospital was named "Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital" in 1931 and was renamed in 1971. The merger began in 1976. The birth certificate lists the name as "Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital", and of course, has the year 1961. But people can't even be bothered to read a wikipedia article when they want so bad to believe something is or isn't true.
Also, I've seen no proof that Kenya wasn't called "Kenya" before 1964 when it was official recognized by Britain as the "Republic of Kenya".