Ofirika - Migration

October 1, 2016

Like most Luo people, Ofirika came from Wau-the cultural and social city over there was then part of Sudan. We were all pastrologist and followers of Nile because the one thing that makes lives different for our livestocks. It is difficult to identify Ofirika from their neighbours because neither of them does seperate things from their colleagues. I might have told talk about these in my other notes, in the end we have come to understanding that we all owned our own lands and call them our homes. They are blessed on many occasions because their neighbours are playing friendly with - they stand with each others during time of all things being it food, social, cultural etc crisis. On many accounts, they too cultivate few crops as their ordinary alternatives to meat. With all that, Eastern spirit exists and most time better known peacefully to their neighbours. Ofirika in many ways like Luo and Ateker do act either to friendly or too niece to one another accomodating problems of one another. With Due respect, may be to them as they are to us keeping a watchful eyes over one another?