[ About us ] The Eastern Nilotic tribes are divided into two groups

by Clement Maring Samuel Swaka Yibi – 10 JUNE 2019


 

THE EASTERN NILOTIC TRIBES ARE DIVIDED INTO TWO GROUPS

 

I. Karo Languages composed of

I.1. Mundari

I.2. Kakwa

I.3. Nyangwara

I.4. Kuku

I.5. Pojulu

I.6. Nyepu

I.7. Bari

 

II. Lotuko- Maa Languages

II.1. Lotuko Languages

II.1.1. Lopit

II.1.2. Dongotono

II.1.3. Lotuko

II.1.4. Lokoya

 

II.1.(b) Ongamo-Maa Languages

II.1.(b).1. Ongamo

II.1.(b).2. Maasai

II.1.(b).3. Camus

II.1.(b).4. Samburu

 

II.2. Teso-Turkana Languages

II.2.1. Teso

II.2.2. Nyangatom

II.2.3. Turkana

II.2.4. Karimojong

Therefore, the Bari speaking groups or Karo, Lotuko speaking groups, the Ongamo speaking groups, and Teso speaking groups are brothers of the same womb. This lineage make them to unite in their respective areas in South Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. What an amazing history of brotherhood and sisterhood

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