About Kenyan Bantu, Cushite and Nilote Largest Tribes
Tourism holds a significant place in Kenya’s economy along with agriculture with remains the backbone of the Kenyan economy for the Bantu, Cushite and Nilote tribal communities.
|Kenya’s largest indigenous communities fit into three distinct ethnic tribal groups, Bantu, Cushite and Nilote.|
About the Kenyan Bantu, Cushite and Nilote Largest Ethnic Tribal Communities
Who are The Kenyan Bantus Tribes
Who are The Kenyan Cushites Tribes
Who are The Kenyan Nilotes Tribes
The plain Nilotes are pastoral tribes who have defied modern trends to retain most of their traditional ways of life. They mainly reside in the Rift Valley where they practice nomadic pastoralism.
Kenya's other, smaller tribes are independent or sub-tribes of the larger tribes. Just like the large tribes, Bantu, Cushite and Nilote, each of Kenya's small tribes are culturally unique.
These tribes are spread out across the country, residing in different parts of Kenya. However, the population of Kenya is heavily concentrated in the west along the shore of Lake Victoria.
The other areas of high density include the capital of Nairobi, and in the southeast along the Indian Ocean coast.
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