In the examination of African peoples, I have finished connecting African cities. From now on, I am going to be putting more emphasis on connecting Asiatic peoples and Western Civilization. Although I would like to develop African social mechanics, I need to develop the connections to Western Civilization and Asiatic peoples first.
The first step in a more detailed examination of African peoples is Eastern African peoples. For now, this involves connection to neighboring peoples of Southern Africa, Western Africa, and Central Africa.
Central East African peoples are being considered along with to Ethiopia and South Sudan
I may have already mentioned my choice of Kenya as a starting point. Although Tanzania is larger, I have chosen Kenya because of its more or less central location.
I begin in Northwestern Kenya, in what was known as the Rift Valley province. This is noted for what is geologically the East African rift, and is the site of Lake Turkana (formerly called Lake Rudolf). This has international borders with Ethiopia to the North, South Sudan to the Northeast, Uganda to the East, and Tanzania to the south. This has possible migration routes into the Nile Valley, the Omoe River into Ethiopia, and southward into Tanzania.
There are several neighboring former provinces. The first of these to be considered is the Western province, which borders on Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa and a source of the Nile River, and also borders Uganda. The second is the Eastern province, which principally an elevated region west of the Rift valley, and also borders Ethiopia.
It may be noticed that as I go smaller in geographic scope, I will give more attention to the nearer neighbors.