In case you are seeking to know the most educated tribes in Kenya, this article from TwinkleHub has compiled a list of the intelligent tribes with other things about those African tribes you should know.
Although Kenya has a good number of tribes that are educated, the below-listed tribes value education the most, which got a spot among the top 10 most intelligent tribes in Kenya. There, sit tight and enjoy this article, feel free to share it with friends.
Top 10 Most Educated Tribes in Kenya
Ranking first on our list of most educated tribes in Kenya, the people of Luo, are known to value education, which made them have a good number of top-educated scholars, engineers, businessmen and women.
Their value for education got them to have numerous schools, which include both primary, second and tertiary institutions with standard facilities to help better their children’s education.
Next on our list of most educated tribes in Kenya is the Kikuyu Tribe, known to have the most educated people (professors and Ph.D. holders).
The people of Kikuyu value education, and have numerous schools which have helped perfect their young ones, and also they are good business people with numerous business opportunities.
Although the people of Kikuyu, also known as Agikuyu, speak Bantu, they also use English to communicate.
3. Kisii Tribe
Known for their unique culture, the people of Kisii also ranked among the most intelligent tribes in Kenya. The people of Kisii are also called Gusii, and they occupy the Kisii highlands in Nyanza, Kenya.
You may love to know that the home of the Kisii people is sandwiched between the Luhya and Luo tribes, and they are widely known for their unique pottery, soapstone carvings and basketry, with fertile land used for agricultural activities.
The Kalenjin tribe also got a spot among the most intelligent tribes in Kenya, as they also value education and have top people who are doing great in the political sectors, business sectors and educational sectors.
With 10 subgroups and Nandi being the largest sub-group, the Kalenjin tribe are the fourth-largest ethnic community in Kenya having value for education.
The people of Kamba also got a spot among the most educated tribes in Kenya, as they showed their value for education by having numerous learning structures (schools), and top professors and scholars.
You may love to know that the people of Kamba are also part of the Bantu ethnic group, also called Akamba, and they reside in the semi-arid Eastern Province, known also to be the fifth tribe in Kenya because it makes up 11% of Kenya’s total population.
The people of Taitas consist of 3 separate sub-tribes, known as the Wataveta, the Wadawida, and the Wasaghala. They are also known to be gemstone miners who also value education, and this has kept them on the list of Kenya’s most educated tribes.
The people Maasai have also made some great achievements when it comes to
education, which got them a spot among the most intelligent tribes in Kenya.
Maasai people are known majorly for their long-preserved culture, and even with civilization and introduction to Western culture, they still value their culture, their language is known as Maa, which originated from North Africa’s Nile region.
The people of Luhya, also got a spot among the most educated people in Kenya as they have proven their smartness in Education, and also have numerous educational structures that have helped in the proper development of their people and country.
You may also love to know that the people of Luhya are the second largest ethnic tribe in the country, and they account for 14% of the population in Kenya.
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Having a good number of professors and PhD holders, the Mijikenda people also got included in this list of the most intelligent people in Kenya.
You might love to know that the name Mijikenda stands for nine (9) sub-tribes namely, the Chonyi, Duruma, Kambe, Ribe, Giriama, Kauma, Rabai, Jibana, and Digo.
10. The Meru Tribe
Last on our list of most educated tribes in Kenya is the Meru Tribe, known to have a good number of professors with schools and standard learning facilities.
You may love to know that the majority of the schools found were started by Methodist, Presbyterian And Catholic churches who had successfully settled in the area during the early years.
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