Culture and Story

Gede Ruins

With its history being traced to the 12th Century, the Gede ruins are the greatest reserve for the Swahili culture. The ruins were first discovered by John Kirk in 1884 and this marked the start of the journey of protecting this as an archaeological area. In 1929, the ruins were declared as a protected area …

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The Running Tribe…….Kalenjin Community.

Kenya is known for its athletic talents and the many medals these athletes have garnered in most of the local and international competitions. Some of these marathon heroes include; Eliud Kipchoge, David Rudishia, Joyce Chepchumba, Abraham kemboi, Gladys Chebet ,Wilson Kipsang and many more. Some of the recent wins include the INEOS forty two kilometers …

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Kikuyu Community

_x000D_ _x000D_ Among the forty-four tribes in Kenya and the Northeastern bantus is the Agikuyu community. The name Agikuyu is derived from the kikuyu name for a sycamore tree/ (‘Mukuyu’’) which means a generation of a big sycamore tree (Mumbi and Gikuyu the first parents). The kikuyu community arrived in Kenya alongside their close relatives …

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Maasai community

_x000D_ _x000D_ _x000D_ You must have seen their stunning pictures- adorned with dazzling garments (Shukas or sheets). They are referred to as the Maasai community who live in the semi-arid and arid regions of Southern Kenya. The Maasai community is such an exciting and unique culture in Kenya. They play a significant role in the development …

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