Tag Archives: Bantu

The Identity of Kenya’s “Luhya” Community

The emergence of Luhya as a collective identity was not based on linguistic or cultural ties but rather as means of control and categorization by colonial power

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The Story of Emperor Mansa Musa Keita

Upon assuming the government of Mali, he gained the title of Mansa which means king & expanded the wealth of the empire that was concentrated in the era of gold

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“A Call to Repentance: Preparing for Atonement and Restoring Blessings”

As the Bantu prepares for the Day of Atonement, it is an opportune moment to reflect on the consequences of unrepentant actions.

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The Maragoli Language For Tea

A typical Mulogoli tribesman knows his tea, and knows it well. Thus there’s a corner of Maragoli language dedicated to all things tea.

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The Day of Atonement In Reference to The Bantu Calendar-31st March

The Day of Atonement, also known as Yom Kippur, is an important holiday in the Jewish calendar. However, in many parts of Africa, including among the Bantu people, there are similar traditions and observances related to atonement, repentance, and forgiveness. In this blog post, we will explore some of the ways in which the Bantu […]

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Mulogoli Words and Ways-Build Your Vocabulary

This short introduction to the Maragoli language is meant to add to our efforts of sharing the spirit of mulembe through language, by frequently using Luhya words to bring to life our content. We do this as a gentle way for non-native Luhya speakers to learn Luhya easy, free and fast. Mwodi Sorry. Umwimani Refers to a person who […]

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Maragoli Clans-Know Your Clan

Mulogoli had a wife called Khaliyesa. She had four male children, Mmavi, Mkirima, Mkizungu and Msari. These four make up the four major clans.

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Maragoli Dictionary-Learning Maragoli

We have put up a list of common Maragoli words for the casual learner of the language of Andimi.

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