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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > January-March 2019 (85) > The Urban perspective

The Urban perspective

We meet seven creative millennials living in Nairobi, to see what culture meets to them

1 Kevin Abraham


“I grew up in Nairobi’s Kawangware low-income settlement, and this has greatly defined who I am. I speak Luhya, not very fluently, and am familiar with some traditions although I don’t practice them much. They define who we are. But I don’t support those that infringe on human rights. I think it is important for the next generation to at least know about our roots, and I will teach my children to speak Luhya. Millennials are leaning towards a western way of living, though I don’t think this is correct.”

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