Moving from Ethiopia in the late 1800s and mid 1900s, the Kenyan Burji are discovered for the most part in Moyale and Marsabit. Most Burji however still live in Ethiopia. It is broadly trusted that they are firmly identified with the Amhara individuals of Ethiopia as they have a comparative dialect. The dominating religion is Sunni Islam. They are farming individuals thus turned out to be very effective in northern Kenya, which is overwhelmed by pastoralists, as they had something else to exchange.
Most of the 250,430 Konso live in south-focal Ethiopia, with a little number in northern Kenya. They are agriculturalists, developing fundamentally sorghum, corn, cotton and espresso. They keep steers, sheep and goats for their own particular sustenance and drain.
The Konso generally take after their conventional religion and are acclaimed for their carvings which they make in memory of a dead man who has slaughtered an adversary. They are raised like totems in a gathering to speak to the man’s spouses and family also.Rendille The Rendille are itinerant pastoralists, keeping camels as their essential industry.
They occupy the north-eastern locale packed in the Kaisut Desert and Mount Marsabit. In 2006 Rendille numbered 34,700. They relocated from Ethiopia and the northern Horn district into north-eastern Kenya. Most Rendille practice their conventional religion while a couple have embraced Islam or Christianity.