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​Met Kenya’s Finest Tour Guide, Steve Lenaa.

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Photo: Steve Lenaa dressed in a traditional attires. An ornithologist versed in knowledge on Africa’s Birds Species and one of the most passionate guides in Kenya’s Tourism Industry. Steve grew up in Northern Kenya, Marsabit, and vast arid lands rich in flora and fauna and an environment where wild animals and natives roamed freely. Adventure beyond experience tour with Steve is just like a game drive classroom amazingly you will learn bird’s biology as well as catch a glimpse of the craziest wildlife in their natural habitat. Amazing story teller…

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Borana Culture 

Borana Proverbs on Family relations

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1. Haadha dhabuu mannaa haadha dhabduu wayyaa. Having a destitute mother is better for one than not having mother at all. 2. Dhalaafi i ijoolleef uletu qoricha. For women and children, stick is (the right) treatment. 3. Niitii abbaan manaa mana hin jirre, du’a ga’ii fardaa dhaqxi. A wife whose husband is not at home (around) goes to condole the death of horse. 4. Ka dandeettu dhaani jennaan dhiirsi galee niitii dhaane. When he was allowed to whip whoever he can, the husband returned home and whipped his wife. 5….

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Culture Kalenjin 

EVOLUTION AND SHRINKING OF KÄLENŸJÏN LANGUAGE OVER 3000 YEAR PERIOD.

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There is no doubt that Kalenÿjïin language has evolved and shrunken tremendously over the last two to four millennium. It is no shrunken that out of about 50,000 word stock 3000 years ago, Kalenÿjïin language has only about 15,000 word stock as entered by Dr. Kipnyango araap Seroney. The language spoken by Egyptian pharaohs was the Mother Language of many communities in Eastern Africa, North and West Africa and in far flung areas of the world like Mesoamerica,Yucatan and Iberian peninsulas, South East Asia, IndoChina, Melanesia,Autsralia and Oceanica. The proto-…

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