Synonyms for kisii or Related words with kisii
Examples of "kisii"
Airport is an airport in
The university main campus is situated 2 km from
Town Centre, off the
– Kilgoris Road.
Dobrin has also been a visiting scholar at Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China; Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda;
, Kenya; the Gusii Technical College,
, Kenya; and Claflin University in South Carolina.
–Ahero Road is a road in Kenya, connecting the towns of Isebania, Migori,
School for Deaf Children is Kenya's only deaf-run and deaf-led school for deaf children. Founded by Peter Ogango, the school is based in
town, the capital of
County in southwestern Kenya.
Soapstone carving is the predominant craft in
town is home to the best soapstone carvers in the continent. Their products are very popular in Europe and USA.
is a favorite stopover for tourists who want a taste of the exquisite
town is also the venue for the annually held Gusii Cultural Festival, an event focusing on the cultural heritage of the Gusii community.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of
() is a diocese located in the city of
in the Ecclesiastical province of Kisumu in Kenya.
Henry Nyandoro (October 20, 1969 in
– August 28, 1998) was a Kenyan football midfielder who played for Shabana in
The town is inhabited by Gusii people. The town falls between Chabera-off the
-Kisumu road at Sondu and Ikonge off The
KSF would be located in South Mugirango Constituency, near the town of
, Kenya, in
County, approximately , by road, south of Kisumu, the nearest large city.
It is located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of
Airport is located in Suneka District,
County, in the town of Suneka which is approx 8 km from
Town a major commercial Hub, in southwestern Kenya, on the eastern shores of Lake Victoria, close to the International borders with Tanzania and Uganda.
The Gusii language (also known as
or Ekegusii) is a Bantu language spoken in the
district in western Kenya, whose headquarters is
town, (between the Kavirondo Gulf of Lake Victoria and the border with Tanzania). It is spoken by the Gusii people, numbering about 2.0 million (SIL/Ethnologue 1994). A few Gusii people are bilingual in Luo.
The teaching fraternity in
will always remember Nyamweya for his outstanding contribution towards the construction of Mwalimu Teachers Hotel and Office Complex in
. At that point, the local Kenya National Union of Teachers branch was experiencing a shortage of offices, and also wanted to put up a major hotel in
but lacked necessary resources.
(also known as AbaGusii) is a community of Bantu people who inhabit two counties:
District) and Nyamira in Nyanza Province, Western Kenya. Gusii is the fond reference to their homeland and Mogusii is culturally identified as their founder and patriarch.
mai.n shaad huu.N ke huu.N to
kii nigaah "mein"
Ogembo is a small farming town in
Menyinkwa is located in Kenya, Nyanza Province,
-Kilgoris road approximately 5 km or 5 minute drive from
town It is a neighbourhood of middle-class inhabitants who are Abaganda, Abanyamoyio, Abao'riango and some Abanyamasicho. The majority of the inhabitants are allien kisiis from other regions and locals who are actively involved in successful business and farming.
town enjoys a highland climate. It generally receives rain all year round thanks to its positioning in the Lake Victoria lake basin and the heavily foliaged
highlands. Due to its unique positioning within hills,
town has never experienced flooding.
The son of former Kenyan Foreign Minister and
politician The Late Hon. James Nyamweya Nyamweya was educated at
School, Nairobi School and King's College London (LLB, 1978).
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