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The Mumia Curse Haunting Raila's Dream for Presidency Since 1997 Explained

Brief Introduction; Some us may ignore curses but both tradition and religion are very clear concerning curses.

  1 months ago
The Mumia Curse Haunting Raila's Dream for Presidency Since 1997 Explained

Did you know who the first Luhya to own a bicycle was?

Nabongo Mumia was born a prince between 1849 and 1852. Nabongo Mumia was born into the abashitstes, one of the 22 clans that comprises the Wanga tribe. The abashitse is the clan that formed the royal lineage that produced the Nabongos. His parents were Nabongo Shiundu Wamukoya and Wamanya.He grew up as an ordinary Wanga child participating in domestic animal herding, farming, hunting and gathering and his most notable achievement was killing a lion and leopard by the time he was 18 years old. He lived longest

  2 months ago
Did you know who the first Luhya to own a bicycle was?

How Raila Should Break the Wanga Curse for his 2022 Statehouse Breakthrough - Opinion

Photo: Reference Material Screenshot Curse Background Summery An 1890 Wanga Curse to Raila's grandfather has been reported to the one blocking Raila's dream for Statehouse.

  1 months ago
How Raila Should Break the Wanga Curse for his 2022 Statehouse Breakthrough - Opinion

Nabongo Mumia Chronicles That Allege Raila is a Luhya Wanga From Mumias

Raila Amollo Odinga is one of the key political influencers in Kenya since 1980's.His father Oginga Odinga was Nyanza's spokesperson and Raila wore his shoes immediately after he died.

  1 months ago
Nabongo Mumia Chronicles That Allege Raila is a Luhya Wanga From Mumias

The Kenyan Chief who Rejected UK's King Edward's Coronation Invitation

Nabongo Mumia was made a Paramount chief by the British when they were colonising Kenya in 1883.He became king of the Wanga Kingdom in 1882 immediately after his father's death.Nabongo ruled all the way from Jinja to Modern day Naivasha.

  1 months ago
The Kenyan Chief who Rejected UK's King Edward's Coronation Invitation

Wanga Kingdom and United Kingdom Relationship Flashback

Picture; Nabongo Mumia cultural centre. In 1902, in a bid to cement relationships between Wanga Kingdom and United Kingdom, the British invited Nabongo Mumia to attend the coronation of king Edward VII. When Mumia reached Mombasa in the company of his Chief adviser one Khachina (Fernandez Barasa's grandfather) aboard a train he was misinformed that if he went to Britain he would never return; that the British had intentions of either holding him captive in London or deporting him to Sychelles like they did

  6 months ago
Wanga Kingdom and United Kingdom Relationship Flashback