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Lokichar, 31st March 2023 The County Departments of Health, Livestock Development and Environment held the final validation workshop for the One Health Strategy which will...

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Final Ritual after Ceremonial Bull

The bride vesting is performed at her husband’s homestead where she is assigned a traditional goddess-mother who is referred to as a customary mother...

Turkana Traditional Marriage

Turkana traditional marriage is called "akuta" and is one of the important aspects of life of any Turkana. It’s a rite of passage

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Calls for change of approach to end banditry

Highlighting the prolonged history of banditry in Turkana County, the Governor underscored that the phenomenon had lasted for over 60 years, leading to the death of many innocent residents...

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Final Ritual after Ceremonial Bull

The bride vesting is performed at her husband’s homestead where she is assigned a traditional goddess-mother who is referred to as a customary mother...

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Reflection on Turkana Politics

This is not a thesis as you may think but a simple reflective article based on my analysis on Turkana politics. Our schools of...

Governor Commitment during Peace accord

To show his commitment, he directed the then County secretary Peter Eripete, County procurement and the Ministry of water services to ensure all stalled projects will be up and running in the next fourteen days...

Calls for change of approach to end banditry

Highlighting the prolonged history of banditry in Turkana County, the Governor underscored that the phenomenon had lasted for over 60 years, leading to the death of many innocent residents...

ORIGIN OF LAKE TURKANA(ANAM ACHOPER)

In the Turkana Tradition, all Myths, Fables and Legends stories are meant to explain or answer questions on natural phenomenon at disposal. Due to...

Snippet on Turkana culture and artefacts

The Turkana people refer to themselves as ngiturkana referring to the people from the caves. They are part of the Nilotic ethnic group from the Plains commonly known for there pastoral nature, hunting and fishing alongside weaving as an alternative way of life apart from live stocking. The Turkana people domesticated cattle, goats, sheep and camels while others participated in growing arid and semi-arid cereals like sorghum to supplement their diet...
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