Cultural Aims:

To re-create the unity of the Abeingo as a community with its respectful place in local and international communities through well formulated cultural activities.

To use our rich cultural heritage as a magnet to attract world attention to the community for social and economic development purposes.

To market ACN to the world using well packaged cultural messages.
To generate wealth and contribute to the strategies for poverty eradication among the Abeingo both collectively as a community and individually.

To market the tourist attractions in the Abeingo land to the world (ikhongamurwi, circumcision ceremonies, isukuti, bull fighting, shilembe, Kakamega Forest,  lipala and other dances, etc)

To re-build bridges between our rich cultural heritage and environmental and bio-diversity conservation, natural resources management and food security.

To re-establish the lost link between our culture and our traditional collective community responsibilities with regard to security, child support and development, crime prevention and cultivation of discipline, eradication of social economic vices ( like corruption, sectionalism, tribalism, nepotism, favouritism etc), promotion of peaceful co-existence will other communities etc.

To teach the values of our culture to the Abeingo borne in Diaspora and educate them on the virtues of maintaining an Abeingo identity.

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The Cultural Directorate is organising various activities in the United Kingdom this summer among them Youth Sports, dance and drama festival. If you would like to participate or contribute in any way, please contact the secretariat for more details. Email your inquiry to culture@abeingo.org. We will be pleased to hear from you.

 

Forget football, bullfighting is the most traditional Luhya spectator sport. It is a must-see spectacle where unlike the Spanish matador, the beasts rip into each other to the cheers or jeers of spectators.

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