Social organization of the MijikendaThe Mijikenda were organized in clans comprising of related families. -The Mijikenda practiced circumcision. Only boys circumcised. Circumcision marked an entry into an age set whose functions included building huts and advising junior age-sets-They believed in the existence of a supernatural power that controlled their destiny. They called their God Mulungu. -The Mijikenda worshipped ancestral spirits. Prophets among the Mijikenda were called wafisi. -Marriage among the Mijikenda was exogamous (no one was allowed to marry from their clan).-There was division of labour among the Mijikenda. Children looked after livestock, young men built houses, cattle sheds, hunted and cleared bushes for cultivation..