Dhibaayyuu Cultural Festival Held for Abundance and Protection

(Advocacy4Oromia, 22 September 2016) Dhibaayyuu Cultural Festival held at Bururi Uran, Sololo Marsabit County 2016.

The Dhibaayyuu is an annual ceremony that showcases and define the cultural identity and indigenous believe systems of the Borana, one of the two moieties of Oromo people.

According Eddy Ochieng this ceremony is held after the long rains as a thanksgiving for the abundance and also for prayers to protect them from any calamities in the future.

This ceremony is done at Bururi Uran, in Sololo, Marsabit County.

The Borana are one of a peace loving moieties of Oromo nation that living in southern Oromia and northern Kenya in parts of Isiolo, Marsabit, and Moyale.

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