The Maasai’s are world renowned for their rich culture, unique traditional attire mostly the red checked cloth. Usuallu they are adorned in necklaces and bracelets made of beautiful beads .
Many live in Maasai Manyatta’s, structures built from dried cow dung and soil. They keep hundreds of livestock to earn a living.
Many are not educated and cannot speak english or Kiswahili, Kenya’s national language.
However, in Kajiado in the outskirts of Nairobi is Julius Saisoo, a modernised Maasai. He is the first born in a family of about 10. Saisoo wears modern clothes, is educated and can speak english. He lives in a temporary modern house and runs a business.