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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Kĩkũyũ (otherwise spelled Gĩkũyũ) ethnic group is Kenya's most populous
ethnic group. They total more than 4.5 million which is about 20% of Kenya's
total population. They cultivate the fertile central highlands, sometimes known
as Kikuyuland, and part of the lush Great Rift Valley
Although uncertain, ethnologists believe the Kĩkũyũ came to Kenya from the north
and west and settled in present-day Kenya in the 1500s. They were originally
hunter-gatherers but also kept livestock's with which they migrated in the course
of the seasons to different parts of the country (nomadic pastoralists).
The Kĩkũyũ were generally on good terms with the Maasai -- their
with whom they traded extensively. Colonialism however disturbed this order.
Beginning in the 1880s, the British settled first on the coast and then when
building the railroad from the coast to Lake Victoria, also in Kikuyuland. They
confiscated land from the Kĩkũyũ who were confined to a small reserve unable to
cultivate their land.
The Kĩkũyũ was the most active ethnic group during the fight for Kenyan
independence, with many of the Mau-Mau being drawn from their number. Already in
the 1920s organized resistance against the colonial power was set up through the
Kikuyu Central Association. After World War 2 the Kĩkũyũ were especially
restless and the Mau Mau were form, lead by Dedan Kǐmathi. He is credited for
leading the resistance which lead to defeat of the colonial government.
Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's first president, was a Kĩkũyũ. Kenya's third president is
also a Gîkűyǔ named Mwai Kǐbakǐ who won the 2002 elections in a landslide
against ex-president Daniel Arap Moi. The famous Kenyan author Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o
is a Kĩkũyũ who now writes exclusively in Gĩkũyũ and Swahili.
The Kĩkũyũ speak a language with the same name. It is part of the Bantu group of
See also: Gikuyu language
In the Kĩkũyũ religion, there is only one, monotheistic God called Ngai
(worshipped also by the Maasai and Kamba), who lives on the top of Mount Kenya
(which they call Kǐrǐnyaga).