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Garam Masala Appetizers are originally Indian food but of recent, many Kenyans use it. Therefore, on this site, we will guide you on how to make it easily.
The Baruuli-Banyala are a people of Central Uganda who generally live near the Nile River-Lake Kyoga basin.
The Nubians consist of seven non-Arab Muslim tribes which originated in the Nubia region, an area between Aswan in southern
The Sebei or Sabiny (Sapiny) are people of Kalenjin stock living on the Uganda side of Mt Elgon.
The Songora or Shongora (pl. Basongora, sing. Musongora) also known as Hima/Huma/Hema) are a traditionally a pastoralist people located in Western Uganda
The Kumam belong to the Atekerin family together with the Langi, the Iteso and the Karimojong.
Batoro enjoy a rich culture of oral tradition, tribal customs, indigenous handicrafts, patriotism, and very high self esteem. Like all African children
Jopadhola or Badama People: Jo-p’Adhola (Jopadhola) literally means the people of Adhola. Adhola, on the other hand
Alur are an ethnic group who live mainly in the Nebbi, Zombo, and Arua districts in northwestern Uganda, but also in northeasternDemocratic Republic of the Congo
The bamba (pl. Baamba and known by various other names) are a people located in border area of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Aringa is an ethnic group in the northwestern corner of Uganda, north of Lake Albert. The majority live in the rural areas of Yumbe District
Ateker Ateker or ŋaTekerin is a common name for the closely related Jie, Karamojong, Turkana, Toposa, Nyangatom and Teso peoples and their languages.
The Bafumbira are a group of people who make the modern Uganda. They live in the district of Kisoro in Southwestern Uganda.
Who are the Baganda People in Uganda? Buganda kingdom is the largest of the traditional kingdoms in present-day Uganda, comprising all of Uganda’s Central Region
The Gisu people, or Bagisu (people of Bugisu sub-region), alternately Gishu, Masaba, or Sokwia, are a tribe of the Masaba nation of eastern
The Gwere people, or Bagwere, are a Bantu ethnic group in Uganda. The Bagwere constitute an estimated 4% of Uganda's population. Location
Who are the Banyole People in Uganda? These people live in Bunyole County of Tororo district. They seem to be a sub-group of the Basoga but they are closely related to the Basamia Bagwe in customs
Who are the Basamia Bagwe people in Uganda? They can be traced in Tororo and Iganga districts. Some Basamia-bagwe clans claim connection to the Joluo of Kenya while the Bagwe
The Batwa, or 'Twa people are one of the last groups of short-statured people also known as 'pygmy' people, and until Bwindi Rainforest was gazetted
The Konjo (pl. Bakonjo, sing. Mukonjo), or Konzo, are a people located in the Rwenzori Mountains of southwest Uganda.
The Banyoro people live in western Uganda to the east of Lake Albert they inhabit the present districts of. Hoima, Masindi and Kibale
Who are the Basoga People in Uganda? The Soga are the eastern neighbors of the Baganda. They occupy the region between Lake Victoria and Lake Kioga the present districts of Kamuli
Who are the Dodoth People in Uganda? The Dodoth live in Kaabong District in the northeast of Uganda, a region of semi-arid savannah, bush and mountains
Who are the Hima People in east Africa? The Hima name is associated with various peoples and political entities in the Great Lakes are of Eastern Africa
Bahororo are the people of Mpororo who lived in a short-lived Mpororo kingdom over most of south west (former) Ankole district
The Ik sometimes called Teuso, though this term is explicitly derogatory are an ethnic group numbering about 10,000 people living in the mountains
The Jie are an ethnic group of Uganda. They belong to the Karamojong Cluster, which also includes the Karamojong and Dodoth people.
The Kadam people inhabit Mount Kadam in Nakapiripirit District in the Karamoja sub-region, located in north-eastern Uganda
The Kakwa are an ethnic group in northwestern Uganda, South Sudan, and northeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, from Nilotic origin
The Karamojong or Karimojong, are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda
The Bakiga are believed to be the descendants of Kashyiga, who came to be called Kakiga son of Mbogo from the small Kingdom of Bumbogo in Rwanda later.
The Lango are one of the largest of the non-Bantu ethnic groups in Uganda. They are often classified together with their western neighbors
The Lugbara people are an ethnic group who live mainly in the West Nile region of Uganda and in the adjoining area of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The Madí people live in the Magwi County in South Sudan, and the districts of Adjumani and Moyo in Uganda.
Who are the Masaba People in Uganda? The Masaba, or Bamasaaba, are a Bantu people inhabiting the Eastern Ugandan districts of Sironko, Manafwa, Bududa,Mbale and Bulambuli
Who are the Banyankole People in Uganda? Ankole, also referred to as Nkore, is one of four traditional kingdoms in Uganda. The kingdom is located in the southwestern Ugand
The Awer people live in Lamu and Ijara districts. They are called Boni, meaning people of a lower caste system, by the Somali neighbors.
The Arrors people are the inhabitants of the Tugen Hills stretching from the western shores of Lake Baringo on the East to the foot of the Keiyo escarpment along the Kerio Valley
Dahalo is an endangered South Cushitic language spoken by at most 400 Dahalo people on the coast of Kenya, near the mouth of the Tana River.
The Chonyi, also referred to as Achonyi(A person from this tribe may also be referred to as an Mchonyi), are one of the smaller tribes of the Mijikenda
The Digo are an ethnic and linguistic group based near the Indian Ocean coast between Mombasa in southern Kenya and Tanga in northern Tanzania
Marakwet is a corruption of Markweta the tribe of the Kalenjin people, with an estimated population of 200 000.
The Pokomo are an ethnic group of Kenya, from the Bantu language group. They are predominantly agriculturalists and fresh water fishermen living
The Pokot people (commonly spelled Pökoot, live in the West Pokot District and Baringo District of Kenya and in Pokot District of eastern Karamoja region in Uganda
The Duruma are a people of about 183,000 just inland from the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway south to the Tanzania border.
The Rendille are a Cushitic tribe that inhabits the climatically harsh region between Marsabit hills and Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya
The Isukha, also known as the Abiisukha reside Kakamega among other sub tribes, they are neighbours to the Idakho and the Tiriki.
Do you want to learn about the culture of the Swahili people of Kenya? Then welcome to this site where you will get comprehensive information about the Swahili culture and all you
The Segeju of Kenya are the remnants of a once numerous, warlike group of herdsmen. They live in the Kwale district of southern Kenya