Joined 6 years ago from nairobi,kenya
Hello to everyone, I take this first opportunity to introduce myself anew to the community by sharing with them a few things they would like to know about me if they don't yet already.Well,i'll be honest by saying that this isn,t actually my first ever experience with hubpages(as you can see of course that I value honesty enough to admit what should be my top secret).On the contrary,I suppose I've been here long enough to know what the site's all about .Though I have to admit once more that quite alot has changed since then.Some things have changed dramatically while others have remained constant.Even so,the excitement that HubPages offers makes the whole experience new all the time.This is what has got me hooked up a second time.All said,I would like to tell the world about myself and the things I love.My name is Paul Omondi from Kenya and, although born and raised in the capital,I trace my heritage to the Western territory of the country.To be more specific,I share the same ancestral land with US President Barack Obama in the beautiful Alego country so you might want to know a few things about the area obscured from the rest of the world.As you'll notice, males from the Luo tribe of Kenya generally have the first letter of their second names begun with letter 'O' while those of females begin with 'A's.There are eceptions to the rule though where males' second names will begin with 'A's and vice versa.So if you have ever wondered why some surnames begin with distinct trademark letters particularly in Africa and noticed that both me and the US President for example,have our second names begun with a disinct letter O,you do well to remember that we share the same tribal heritage.But be warned,the rule doesn't always apply every time or everywhere in Kenya.So don't rush to conclude that a name that begins with letter 'O' automatically refers to male Luos while you're in Kenya.It might well point to a female, a place or a particular time of the day or thing depending on the cultural symbol denoted it in different cultures across Kenya and Africa by extension.Iam so big on cultures guys,that's why Iam devoting a great deal of profile space to it here.So there we go I have let you know who Iam by giving you a little bit background of myself,told you what i like and now the ball is in your court .All I ask back is give me the benefit of doubt in this adventure
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