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Kisumu seeks to ban burying dead at home

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Luos believe death is a transition from one life to another, and therefore the dead should not be “thrown away and abandoned.

Ken Okoth cremated at Kariokor in private function

Ken Okoth cremated at Kariokor in private function

The MP’s body was cremated at a private function on Saturday morning.

The Standard | 2 years ago

Women leaders in race to claim stake in Nyanza politics

Women politicians in Nyanza are sending shivers down the spines of their male counterparts as they seek elective posts next year.

Kepher Otieno | 5 years ago

Why the Kenya Luos removed six lower teeth

According to 70-year-old Jaduong’ Adika Juma from Kasipul Sub-County, the practice was meant to differentiate members of the Luo community, especially in case of an accident.

Amimo Zacchaeus | 5 years ago

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