The Kit Mikayi Shrine for the Seme people, other Luo tribes and neighbouring communities has traditionally been a place of worship and performing rituals. Community elders would conduct rainmaking rituals during times of famine, religious leaders and politicians prayed for divine intervention and couples asked for a long life together. The rituals were run by men and guided by elders with women cooking, singing and dancing. Nowadays, less bearers and interest from young people has threatened continuity of the tradition.
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