There are various tribes in Kenya. Every tribe has its customs and beliefs that they adhere to. Some people can speak more than two tribal languages because they get to interact with other tribes. When someone interacts with another tribe it is easy to learn how to speak the language.
1) Entertainment. Most women keep cocks for fighting. In doing so more people are entertained. The owner of the chicken gets some income. 2) its a source of food to guests and visitors. It has been a tradition that every homestead in the community.
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has taken a swipe at Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga saying that he has been constantly calling Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi at night begging him to support his 2022 presidential ambition. While speaking at a campaign rally in Western Kenya, the vocal lawmaker also faulted the recent opinion polls that placed Musalia Mudavadi in the third position, behind Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Political alignments are now taking shape as we approach next year's general elections. The three factions that accommodating political players now is Ruto's, Raila's and One Kenya Alliance. ODM deputy party leader is now threatening to walk out of the party before 2022. Speaking while at a function today, Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya, has given his Luhya leaders an ultimatum for him to decamp from ODM.
Two Bungoma leaders bitterly engaged in political verbal exchange on matters OKA and Luhya unity. Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati had dismissed One Kenya Alliance (OKA) leaders as a bunch of confused leaders. While responding, Kabuchai Mp urged Wangamati to respect OKA leaders and stop dismissing the Luhya unity.
Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has suffered a major blow ahead of next year's General Election, after it emerged that the whole of Luhya Nation within the country is strongly behind the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga. According to the video shared by TV 47 on their official Twitter account, Makadara Member of Parliament George Aladwa has said that the Luhya nation is safe and firmly behind ODM party and Raila Odinga.
Months after Speaker J.B Muturi was endorsed by a section of elders from the Mt. Kenya region to be the spokesperson. A move that was not only marred by lots of acceptance but also, bits of resistance. That saw a section of leaders, Led by Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Moses Kuria, Honourable William Kabogo and other leaders also place their own NARC Kenya Party Leader, Martha Karua to be the region's spokesperson.
Finally the government has agreed to pay out the Ksh60 million cash reward that was promised to individuals who aided the rearrest of three Kamiti escapees in the forest. Following a statement that was released on Sunday, November 21, Police Spokesperson Bruno Shioso confirmed that the individual would receive the payment in full.
Deputy President William Ruto was on Wednesday 10th November forced to end his Kisumu tour prematurely in Kondele after chaos erupted. (Photo, Courtesy) Youths pelted DP Ruto's convoy with stones at Kondele forcing police to lobby teargas in the air to disperse the crowds at Kondele roundabout.
1. Kikuyu Of the relative multitude of clans in Kenya, Kikuyus are the most crowded, having its own arrangement of societies and customs. This Bantu gathering structures worth 22% of the Kenya population and they mostly occupies the Kenya's Central district. The Kikuyus are notable for being huge scope ranchers of money harvesters.
The Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has directed the security agencies to heighten vigilance in across the country in the coming days. This is in regard to the security situation in the neighbouring countries in the recent days over political and other related issues that has seen lapse of Security in the specific nations.
Tension built up in Uganda's Capital, Kampala City where two explosions blasted earlier today on Tuesday 16th, November 2021. Several people were injured, others killed and properties worth millions destroyed during the Suicide bombing of Uganda in Parliamentary Avenue and near CPS. According to NTV news reports, Uganda's Police spokesperson revealed that there were four suicide bombers who had disguised themselves as boda boda riders prior to the explosions.
Two explosions in the centre of Uganda's capital killed at the least people and set several motors on fireplace on Tuesday, neighborhood television reported. NTV Uganda stated "ratings" were injured and there were two blasts - one very near parliament and one close to the primary police station.
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has hinted that he may leave the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party where he serves as deputy leader for the Luhya unity based party. He has said he may leave the Opposition if other Luhya leaders led by Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetang'ula break up their parties and form one party.
Honourable Wycliffe Oparanya has finally broken his silence as he reveals why he was willing to leave Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential bid. He pointed out some of the things concerning the luhya unity which he stated that a he made a proposal to the One Kenya Alliance principals Musalia and Moses Wetagula.
According to Kakamega governor Wickliffe Oparanya he was not planted in the ODM party for he can quit but on one condition. He has given conditions to Wetangula and Mudavadi to fold their parties and form one strong party for the Luhya community. Oparanya made it clear that once Mudavadi and Wetangula dissolve their parties to form one for the community then he will have no business in ODM.
Former secritary general of United Nations conference of trade and development who is currently a presidential aspirant in next year's general elections Mukhisa Kituyi has been coronated as Luhya spokesperson at his home in Tongaren in Bungoma county. "Mukhisa Kituyi is currently being crowned Bukusu spokesperson at his home in Tongaren, Bungoma County.
Raila Odinga, the leader of the ODM Party, may have suffered another setback in his presidential ambitions for 2022 after his deputy Wycliffe Oparanya denied endorsing him. Speaking to TV47 from his Mabole home, the Kakamega Governor denied that a meeting of top Luhya leaders in Kakamega had settled on Raila Odinga as the region's preferred candidate.
Kakamega governor who is also the orange democratic movement deputy party leader Wycliffe Oparanya,hints at leaving orange democratic movement party if the amani national congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi,and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula will fold their parties. Oparanya sentiments comes hours after former Kakamega senator and gubernatorial aspirant in next year's general elections doctor Bonny Khalwale issued the same sentiments.
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has hinted that he may leave the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party where he serves as Deputy Party Leader. The incumbent governor has said he may leave the Opposition if other Luhya leaders led by Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetang'ula break up their parties and form one strong political outfit.