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kikuyu grass

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They are also associated with loyalty especially in management positions; a stereotype ascribed to them when Kikuyu were replaced by Luo in colonial farms, used as supervisors loyal to the colonial government.
However, most of those killed were non-native Kikuyus.
Five kikuyu replicates and four Rhodes grass replicates were destructively sampled at three different times after labelling.
On June 17, 1913, some sixty representatives of Protestant missionary societies met at the Church of Scotland mission at Kikuyu, not far from Nairobi, Kenya.
Known as the "Mau Mau" and made up predominately of members of the Kikuyu tribe, they attacked plantations, police stations and army barracks to obtain weapons.
Hatred is a virus, a social virus," added Muthufara Morunganu, a Kikuyu living in Mathare.
but, historically, every time the Luo and the Kikuyu have been on different sides there has been violence," said Mzalendo Kibunjia, who heads a national agency formed to reconcile tribes after the violence.
4) In the case of the latter, members of the Kamba and Kikuyu communities were warned to return to their ancestral territories and to leave the province for Mijikenda communities.
The Kikuyu readers of Ngugi's works in English are therefore real products of history, and writing in Gikuyu is hardly the best means of reaching them.
The snowy white Kikuyu colobus monkey was born Nov.
That will certainly be the case for those who switch this week, with the wiry kikuyu rough to deal with at Leopard Creek, and tournament favourite Ernie Els has said on his website that he will be using the Alfred Dunhill Championship as his first outing with groove-less clubs.
Haki is a Kikuyu boy who sells vegetables planted and tended by Kikuyu farmers.