I believe that feminism in Africa is more out of necessity than a movement pushed by the need of equal right like in the west.
In Kenya specifically, a lot of households in the lower income areas are women led. They are the sole breadwinner. In the last few years more and more women have joined what were considered ‘a man’s job’. Mjengo, mechanics, touts, long haul drivers.
The traditional gender roles in the business sector seem to have blurred but not so much in other areas.
Paying bride price is still a big deal, single mothers are still looked down upon, most of the women in power are still nominated.
I think Kenyan Feminism specifically needs a new name or maybe, it isn’t feminism at all but just people adapting to the times.