SIMBI NYAIMA:The myth surrounding the unfamiliar lake in Kenya.

SIMBI NYAIMA:The myth surrounding the unfamiliar lake in Kenya.

The Watcher

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Before I begin,I would like to clarify that I am in no way affiliated to this lake so don’t let the “Nyaima” lead you astray.Coincidence really does happen and this situation is an indisputable example of mere coincidence.
If I were to put the whole nation in a state-sized stadium and diagnose the statistics of how many Kenyans are familiar with the existence of Simbi Nyaima Lake,the results would be shocking.Very few people if not a handful would make up the minimal number of people who actually know of this lake. Simbi Nyaima,meaning the village that sank,is a crater lake in Kindu Bay,Nyanza Province.This lake is a few kilometres from Lake Victoria.It happens to be a centre for culture and tourism with tourists flocking there now and then.Soda ash,alias magadi in our local dialect, is also manufactured there for the livestock.Basically,it is of great economic significance to the locals though…

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