Balunda clan's unique burial practice in Western Kenya

The Bukusu-sub tribe in Western Kenya is made up of several clans, including the Balunda clan, which is known for a unique burial practice, where they place the deceased in a sitting position as opposed to laying them down. Clan elder Enoch Sirengo explains the origin of this practice.

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