Thanks for your report. It's worth looking into, but it won't be fixed
for Ubuntu 18.04.

However, as regards *language* there are no translations available for
neither the Kenyan flavor of English nor Swahili, so the most reasonable
choice is probably English (UK) which is selectable by default.

As regards *formats*, i.e. the setting for date and number formats,
currency etc., you can generate the sw_KE locale with this command:

sudo locale-gen sw_KE

That will make Kenya selectable under Formats at next login.

** Project changed: ubuntu-translations => localechooser (Ubuntu)

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  ubuntu installations in Kenya are problematic because default language
  is little known Oromo, not English or Swahili

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