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Fear of dying culture as popular drum beats fade

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Few people can play the once-popular amabwi set of three drums. It was played when a respectable man died or during unique and symbolic rituals.

Fear of dying culture as popular drum beats fade

By John Shilitsa | 3 months ago

Man’s handiwork that has driven tempo of Sunday church services

Man’s handiwork that has driven tempo of Sunday church services

Josephat Musundi has started several other businesses from proceeds of his drums’ trade. Clients travel from as far as Trans-Nzoia to buy the drums.

Alexander Chagema | 3 months ago

We must do all we can to silence the drums of war

For peace loving Kenyans, the noise emanating from various quarters, and especially through social media has been unnerving.

David Oginde | 5 months ago

Ogopa Deejays’ boom and burst

Ogopa Deejays was the home of East Africa’s new generation showbiz stars among them Swabri Mohammed, better known by his stage name Redsan.

Stevens Muendo | 5 months ago

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