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Among the Luhya community of Western Kenya, African wagtail is considered a secret bird which Signifys a good luck. To Luhya community this bird is referred as "Nakholo". A dating man should hunt this bird before setting out for a date. Nakholo is a small tiny bird with black and white colours. This bird is commonly found near swampy environment like dams and riverbanks.
According to Luhya elders, Nakholo is attached to good luck therefore, men who were planning for a dates were encouraged to hunt Nakholo. Anyone who manages to catch this bird will experience success in his next quest.
Luhya elders encourage young men that should go out and hunt Nakholo before they set out for a date, because after managing to get hold of this bird, then their dates becomes easier.
Moreover, the nakholo is beautiful bird from its looks. Apart form the well-blended black and white colours, it has a pleasant tail that it uses to dance and boasts.
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