Where did the Gabbra people and their clans come from?

The Gabbra language is part of southern Galla which belongs to the Eastern Cushitic language sub-family whose homelands extend from south-western Ethiopia in the highland area to the southwest of Lake Abaya across the Horn and over...

The Gabbra People and Their clans

The Gabbra people are predominantly pastoralists in nature, the tribe occupies of Marsabit County in Northern Kenya along the great Chalbi desert. The clans' system is one of the important setups amongst the community since it symbolizes diversity and significance. Gabbra...

Cause of Tribal Conflicts In Northern Kenya

Tribal conflict is one of the major problems that are facing most Kenya community and mostly the nomadic communities. From the study on different languages spoken by different communities, most Kenya languages don't have appropriate words for conflict or...

Exploring northern Kenya Tribes Traditional Huts

Housing is a special art that is diverse in every society in Africa, Civilization is crucial despite its gradual change in societies; Cultural heritage on the architectural design on housing is still treasured.Every culture in Northern Kenya...

Body Painting among Women In Marsabit

Art of painting is for selected few who have talents or passion on the art but among Cushitic Woman of Marsabit County, it is a day-to-day practice, a way of life. Hennah is one of the most affordable ingredients for...

The Gabbras’ Traditional Mana (Hut)

The Gabbra inhabit the northern half of Marsabit District, bounded to the south by Marsabit Mountain and the Chalbi desert, to the west by Lake Turkana, to the north by Megado escarpment in southern Ethiopia and to the east...

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THE PETRIFIED FOREST, SIBILOI NATIONAL PARK

The Petrified Forest is approximately 5 km away from the Karsa Gate (the main entrance to the Sibiloi National Park). There are signs inside...

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