Culture Samburu 

ALOIS LEADEKEI, CULTURE AND NATURE RESEARCHER

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PICTURE: Alois Leadekei, Culture, Nature and Writer/Researcher.   Alois Leadekei is an ambitious, young and passionate writer and researcher in culture and nature in northern Kenya  (home to some of the best known cultures, people and magical landscapes) Working at the heart of Samburuland Alois has explore a lot in Samburu culture as well documenting his work and writing of untold stories on most indigenous people and nature. Whether you are at the beginning of your career or your are an experienced professional researcher on northern Kenya cultures and natural…

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Mythology Lmarteun Samburu 

SAMBURU LMARTEUN MYTHOLOGY BY LEADEKEI ALOIS

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PICTURE: Lmarteun Mythology remains in Samburu,Kenya   Lmarteun mythology ~  { The Frozen people, at samburu North sub County, south Horr in a location known as Lkumur }  > States that the samburu people firmly believed that these were people at a big gathering in celebration (Latim ) and were frozen as a punishment for their pride, having laughed at a god disguised as a poorly but humbly dressed elderly lady. It looks like what might have been a settlement from the past, the long past perhaps. Up to date…

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Culture Lkunono Rendille Samburu 

WONDER GUM OF AFRICA, ACACIA GUM

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Gum is a party and parcel  of African societies Especially in northern Kenya. Samburu and rendille have been using gum during ceremony and daily life occurrence as a blessing and also to keep away evil spirits Acacia gum has a naturally sticky texture. Materials with this property are often used to reduce irritation and inflammation. The gum has been shown to be especially effective in easing stomach or throat discomfort.   The gum is used for quicker wound healing than the standard treatment. The acacia exudate is used in adhesives, pharmaceuticals,…

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