Kenya has various tribes subdivided into three major groups, Nilotes, Cushites and Semites. Each tribe has it's own way of handling their economic, social and cultural endeavours. How many rites of passage do a human being undergo? An obvious answer will be birth, initiation, marriage and death.
We looked at how God divided nations and tribes and where they should stay. We were taught migration in school about Nilotes, Cushites. History and bible don't contradict. Most of these history records actually happened. Acts of the Apostles 17:26-27 From one man he created all the nations throughout the whole earth.
Kenya is a nation known for its diversity. The country boasts of over 42 tribes belonging to three linguistic groups, which include Bantus, Nilotes and Cushites. Bantus constitute the largest group in Kenya, while Cushites form the smallest group. They all come together to make 1 unified Kenya.
The Egyptian pyramids are undoubtedly one of the wonders of the world however questions have always been asked about who may have built these monumental structures.Some tales have it that the pyramids may have been built by slaves however there are other tales that dispute these version.
In Kenya we have over 44 tribes living harmoniously. They are scattered all over the country. There are tribes that occupy specific regions of the country The tribes are also grouped into larger groups where the languages are related. In Kenya there are Bantus, Nilotes and Cushites. Tribes within these groups relate in one way or the other and share some words in their languages. The Bantu group is further divided into Eastern, western and coastal Bantus. Within the Eastern Bantus there is a tribe referred to
Kalenjin are subgroup of Nilotes residing in highland parts of Rift- valley.They are mostly known for animal keeping especially dairy farming and agriculture.Kalenjin grow maize as staple food.
A section of Maseno University students has taken its views, opinions and discussions on matters concerning circumcision to another level. Some students from the Kalenjin and Luo community, probably being the majority in numbers in the institution, are clashing online due to a misunderstanding on whether facing the knife is very important. In a Facebook group named Maseno University Comrades, members of the group either still studying or alumni, are attacking the brothers from the lake side for not undergoing
Our ancestors lived a wonderful lifestyle,they taught our fore father good behaviors and how to live with unity in the society.Below are some cultural activities that different tribes engaged in so as to increase experience from generation to generation.
The Maasai culture is great tourist attraction phenomenal in Kenya.Many tourist flock in Kenya to witness for themselves how the Maasai live.Today, we will look into some of the things which the Maasai still hold on although they are foregone.
Kenya is a nation located in Africa and based in East Africa.The country has a population of 47 million persons and composes more than 42 tribes.Kenya is a nation with many facts and some of which you may not know.Here are some of the facts you never knew about your country.
Kalenjin community has what they associate themselves with, meaning things that they love most take them into practice years after years henceforth catching up with it. Being Nilotes in group of which majority live in Rift Valley Province. Most of them however spread out across the country. People have been making fun of the community associating them to 'chagets' (Jackets) and 'mursik' the fermented milk which is stored in guards and get ready after some days. Here are 3 things Kalenjin people are prone to;
Musician Akothee confesses she was once tempted to bleach her skin complexion to become a slightly lighter.The musician confessed this in an Instagram session with Oscar award winning star, Lupita Nyong'o "I attempted to bleach my skin complexion.
His excellency Ruto is most likely to be the next President of the Republic of Kenya. The Deputy President has been in politics for years. The first reason as to why Ruto must win the next elections is that in the 2017 elections, they had an agreement with the President, His excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta that after the President's term, he would help him win the next elections. We all know that politics at times turn dirty. At times the President may act in a way that seems not to support the Deputy President.