From the Cradle to the Cradle, A Journey of African Culture, Story of the Luo Nation

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In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Oloo and Aloo were guided to go forth and fill the earth, giving rise to our diversity as brother and sisters in the world today. Many generations later, Jo Luwo rech, better known as the people who follow fish found themselves at Nam Lolwe-Lake Victoria, as the source of this abundant supply. This book traces the historical journey of the Luo from the garden of Eden to the land of Kush and describes the life of a member of the community from birth to rebirth in the circle of life. Inspired by stories from the Author`s grandmother, it is a representation of her answers to his many questions on the ways of his forefathers and enables the descendants of Kush to understand how they found themselves where they are and the ancestors they have in common with the Dinka, Maasai, Kalenjin, Samburu and Turkana

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Oloo and Aloo were guided to go forth and fill the earth, giving rise to our diversity as brother and sisters in the world today. Many generations later, Jo Luwo rech, better known as the people who follow fish found themselves at Nam Lolwe-Lake Victoria, as the source of this abundant supply. This book traces the historical journey of the Luo from the garden of Eden to the land of Kush and describes the life of a member of the community from birth to rebirth in the circle of life. Inspired by stories from the Author`s grandmother, it is a representation of her answers to his many questions on the ways of his forefathers and enables the descendants of Kush to understand how they found themselves where they are and the ancestors they have in common with the Dinka, Maasai, Kalenjin, Samburu and Turkana

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