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 Social, Economic and Political Organisation of Kenyan Societies in the 19th C

The economic organization of the Nilotes in Kenya
-The nilotes were nomadic pastoralists who kept Livestock like sheep, cattle and goats for milk, meat and blood.
-They traded among themselves and also with their neighbours. The kalenjin traded with the Maasai.
-The Maasai also practiced mining e.g. mined iron, salt and red ochre which they used for decoration and as a commodity for trade.
-They practiced craft e.g. made pots, weaving baskets and leather belts.

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