Innokenti Orelov was a character in the comic "Assassin's Creed: Subject 4", and was called "Kenya" for short.
The name also can be written as 'Innokenty'. Also, the diminutive is not Kenya, but Kesha. But I see, that somebody already commented 10 years ago, but it is still not changed.
It should be known that this name is also spelled "Innokenty," especially for those in the United States. Moreover, this name has a common Russian pet name: "Kesha." In Russia and other Slavic nations, this name is exclusively for males. An interesting factoid is that it has now become a popular name for both parrots and cats. Lastly, there is indeed a famous bearer of this name, a very well-known (almost house-hold name) Russian actor named Innokenti Smoktunovsky, who is best-known for his starring role in the motion picture "Tchaikovsky"(1969). [noted -ed]

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