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a Bantu language spoken by the Kamba in Kenya

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Archbishop Ndambuki also for the release of a musician who has been charged with singing a song said to be abusive to the Akamba saying the community will forgive him in the spirit of national reconciliation.
This loosely translates to: "The Akamba are people who take stands.
21) The Abanyore, Akamba, Maasai, Meru, and Kikuyu are some of the communities practising traditional rainmaking in Kenya.
According to one Akamba, Kilumi has been present since the very beginning of Kamba existence.
Steenbergen VM, Kusin JA and VN Rens Lactation Performance of Akamba Mothers, Kenya.
For example, the Kikuyu and Akamba of Kenya (or the Zulu and the Xhosa of South Africa) who have similar languages were represented as different and distinct as Europeans and Africans.
Ndingi is from the Akamba, an ethnic group concentrated in eastern Kenya.
Historical mysteries pertinent to the plot revolve around the cultures of the Akamba and Masai in the context of hunting both a big black-manned lion and Mau-Mau rebel escapees.
Overall, the area has a rural population that is primarily from the Akamba ethnic group.
DOWN in Acocks Green's very own jungle, something stirred when Chris Canaan opened his Akamba garden centre, selling exotic plants and African art.
In African Traditions and Philosophy, John Mbiti describes the centrality of trees to rites of sexual passage; indeed, the Akamba tribe even gives young males "special sticks" with which they "perform symbolic sexual acts" upon the girls of the tribe (124).
For instance, he distinguishes between societies that had highly centralized authority, such as the Zulu and Ashanti in South Africa and Ghana respectively, and those with 'less intrusive' governing structures, such as the Akamba and Kikuyu in Kenya.
The majority of the population (total population: over 40,000) is Akamba, a Bantu-speaking group.
Akamba wood carvers: At this Mombasa co-operative 4,000 carvers work in a series of long sheds, selling what they produce in a huge showroom.
Adaptation to the Question of Identity, Support, and Enculturation Among the Akamba Christian Families in Nairobi, Kenya