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The introduction of Islam, like many other foreign religious beliefs in Africa, meant a re-configuration of 'traditional' beliefs and customs.
Introduction of Islam among the Adigo of Kenya in a way caused one of the most complex tapestry in religious configuration as adherents tended to straddle between the 'acquired' and the 'inherent' beliefs.
'Islamizing Traditional Beliefs among the Southern Bantus of Kenya' highlights this religious configuration as experienced by other Islamized African tribes as manifested among the Adigo.
This book offers in invaluable insight to the question of religious syncretism among African groups as they struggled to live both their newly acquired faiths without severing links with their age-old customs and practices.
Suleiman holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Religion (Islamic) from Moi University, Eldoret Kenya.
He is currently undertaking his Doctoral studies at the University of Bayreuth, Germany under the joint Post-Graduate Training Scholarship Program of NACOSTE (Kenya)& The German Academic Exchange Program, DAAD.
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