Bantu people

The Bantu people are the speakers of Bantu languages. Most of the Bantu speakers in Eastern Africa originated from Central Africa. Bantus are currently spread out in African Great Lakes, Central Africa, East Africa and Southern Africa. The term Bantu might originated from the fact of how Bantu speakers commonly refers to humanity. The speakers […]

The Samburu “Butterflies” people of Kenya.

The Samburu people are Nilotic people found in north-central Kenya. They are semi-nomadic pastoralists who keep cattle, sheep, goats and camels. They call themselves Lokop or Loikop. Terms may refer to “Owners of the land. ” Samburu speaks the Samburu dialect of the Maa language, which is a Nilotic language group. The Samburu like Maasai, […]


The Oromo people are an ethnic group inhabiting Ethiopia. They are the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia and represent 34.5% of Ethiopia’s population. Oromo speak the Oromo language. Oromo language is part of the Cushitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family. The Oromo also are found in but they are about 30,000 in number. They […]

The most spoken native languages in Africa

Almost 3,000 natives languages are spoken in Africa, making Africa the most muilt-linguistic continent. KiswahiliWith over 150 million speakers, Kiswahili is the most spoken native language in Africa. Kiswahili is a Bantu language believed to have originated from other Bantu languages in Africa and Arabic. Kiswahili developed due to historical Arabs engagement in trade along […]

The Maasai people of Kenya and Tanzania, one of the most famous tribe in Africa

Maasai are Nilotic community inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya. They are found also in northern Tanzania. They are the most famous tribe in East Africa because of their residence near many game parks and their style of dressing and customs. They are nomadic and semi -nomadic pastoralist community. The standard of wealth in Maasai […]

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