According to this, if you hold a valid Canadian driver's license, you can drive in Kenya (due to both being Commonwealth nations).
However, I was not able to find how this relates to the graduated licensing program of the Canadian province of Ontario. In Ontario, obtaining the full license for regular automobiles (class G license) takes a minimum of 20 months, during which time after a written test you will hold first a class G1 license for at least 8 or 12 months, then by passing a road test hold a class G2 license for at least 12 months before completing a further road test to obtain the full class G license. Holders of the G1 license are only permitted to drive certain hours and generally not on freeways and must always be accompanied by an experienced driver (minimum 4 years with class G). Holders of the G2 license are under more minor restrictions.
If you have one of these intermediate licenses (class G1 or G2), can you drive in Kenya, and if so, are the restrictions the same as in Ontario, or different?