Kalenjin are typical people who rediscover themselves when they are not employed. kalenjins believe that when you don’t work then you don’t deserve to take any food. Kalenjin have major things in common and nearly all of them either ow it or do it.
Notably, a good number of Kalenjins don’t stay back in the city after graduation or completing their tasks, they leave the city and go to their home place and do any activity that may suit them.
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Kalenjin people are still conservative people and they do thigs so uniquely but also according to their way and beliefs.
THINGS KALENJINS DO WHEN NOT EMPLOYED.
Kalenjin people are natural farmers, they don’t live without something on the farm, even if the farm is so small they just do something on it so as to provide daily bread and even reduce the cost of buying foodstuffs.
One of the most notable best farmers who was awarded as the best farmer is Former Governor Issac Ruto who was awarded as the best farmer. On the day he handed over power to the first lady Governor Hon. Joyce Laboso he said he was now going back to farming and surely he really meant what he said.
On an interview with the standard, he said “My aim is to produce 5,000 – 6,000 liters of milk per day in the next three years’. He said though he rears fresians and a few Ayrshires, he also owns a Swiss brown which he got from the Agriculture Development Corporation (ADC). Ruto attributes his love for cattle keeping to his late father, Paul Tirop who was among pioneer dairy farmers in the South Rift region.
Kalenjins are known to be maize farmers with north rift being the largest maize producer.
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Kalenjin people have a prowess of doing business with most of them prefer doing it close to their homes mainly for security and also being close to the family. They are flexible to changing trends and most of them prefer doing business that they have knowledge about then later change to things that move faster.
Investing In Logistics.
Kalenjins are well-known and believe to value moving from place to place meeting new people and so as to gain new business ideas. They like sharing their experience in the business.
A good number of Kalenjin people have invested in logistics as they buy Motor Bikes and employ youths which in turn bring them income. Kalenjins believe in empowering each other for a greater good.