Swahili Female Attire
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Date and time: 
Tue, 2018-06-05 18:25
Location / Venue: 

Mombasa

Prof.Tom Olali stresses that student must modestly dress whenener they visit Swahili communities

A CLK 404 student Mary Mukami Wanjiru dressed as a Swahili woman during the Field Work trip at the coast recently. This dressing is part of a particular interpretation of hijab (modesty). Other Swahili women attire include kangas, abayah(buibui), dera, thobo, jalbib and niqab.

Expiry Date: 
Sun, 2022-06-05 18:25