Maasai embracing modernisation in Kenya

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.

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