Kenya's shilling was little changed on Monday with foreign investor inflows, driven by high government debt yields, supporting the local currency.

The shilling has firmed in recent weeks due to inflows of dollars from offshore investors chasing government debt. Yields on the benchmark 91-day paper slipped at last week's auction to 19.471 percent but remain far above normal levels.

"Based on current yields, the shilling should stay supported," said one Nairobi-based trader.

Yields on the 182 and 364-day Treasury bills were above 21 percent at last week's auction.