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Oluhya is fire: The name Luhya was first suggested by a local African Mutual Assistance Association around 1930 and when in postwar colonial period, it was found to be politically advantageous to possess a super tribal identity; the Luhya had emerged as a national group. The word "Oluyia" means fireplace. At more than 5 million, the Luhya are Kenya's second largest tribe after the Kikuyu. They live in the western and Rift Valley provinces. The sub tribes of Maragoli and Banyore occupy what is the world's most densely populated rural region. They are mainly subsistence farmers and fishermen - growing maize, beans, millet, sorghum and cassava while the people of Bunyala are great sculptors. More>>>
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