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REMORE IS A TRADITIONAL RITUAL FOR BOYS TO INVOKE BLESSINGS HELD AT NGILAI CENTRAL LOCATION OF WAMBA .

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Remore Elayiok is a Fertility blessings invoking ritual performed by uncircumcised boys in Samburu traditions for a barren woman ( Olipi ). Fertility is very high value for the samburu. A childless woman thought to be sterile is required by the customs that the lads may throw cow dung against the hut. A fertility ritual involves placing a mud figure… of a child in front of that woman’s house by boys to aggressively invoke blessings ( Asayi ) . One week or in later appropriate time , a feast will be…

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Over 600 runners to participate in the annual Marsabit Lake Turkana Half Marathon

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Over 600 athletes have confirmed participation in the annual Marsabit Lake Turkana Half Marathon. The event will run on 19may before culminating into the race on 21 may. Besides the 21km elite race (men and women), the event will feature 21km for community teams, 21km county relay (47counties), 10km Corporate Challenge, 10km Moran race (community warriors), 10km women’s race (community women) and 3km family fun run. (Read: marsabit lake turkana cultural festival programme) Maxwell Nyamu, the race coordinator confirmed that the route for the races has been inspected and cleared…

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Samburu Traditional dance Cultural Events Lake Turkana 

Marsabit Lake Turkana Cultural Festival Programme

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Lake Turkana Cultural festival 8th edition will be held on 29th to 31st may. Lake Turkana festival is one of the memorable events in the Kenya tourist calendar and it is organized by the county government of Marsabit, local community festival committee, Kenyan Tourism Board, and National Museum of Kenya and Kenya Wildlife Service. The festival is aimed at celebrating and helps preserve the culture of Gabbra, Samburu, Turkana, Borana, Watta, Rendille, Pokot, Elmolo and Dasnach as well as focusing on the economic development of the region and participating communities….

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