Meet The Woman Who Created A Village Where Men Are Not Allowed To Enter, See Why It Was Created.

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While everyone knows that God intended for everyone, including women and men, to live in harmony on our planet, stories of villages where men and women are not permitted to visit have been related to us. One of these Villages may be found in Kenya, which is a country on the African continent and home to the World Cup.

In 1990, a woman called Rebecca Lolosisi, together with a group of other women, established the organization on property that had previously been abandoned. The community is known as Umoja, which translates as "Unity" in English, and it was established on previously undeveloped territory.

Women who founded Umoja Village, including Rebecca, stated in an interview that they had suffered severe abuse at the hands of men, including their husbands, and that they had come to the conclusion that the only way to alleviate their suffering was for them to relocate to a place where men were not present, which is how they came to found Umoja Village.

Umoja Village, despite the fact that it was created by Rebecca and fourteen other women, is now home to a huge number of women as a consequence of an inflow of women from other nations who have lived in the Village. This small town has grown to be among the most well-known in Kenya, and the women make a living by selling various trinkets and other products such as beads and jewelry throughout the surrounding area. They have also developed various social amenities, such as schools, markets, and other facilities, and they have built other social amenities, such as schools, markets, and other facilities. They have also built several social amenities, such as schools, markets, and other facilities.

The women of Umoja Village are also physically strong, and they are capable of completing a wide range of tough chores that are often handled by males in their communities. They have also built a thorn barrier to surround the hamlet, and they have female leaders and chiefs who guide and protect the people.

While a result of the fact that males are not authorized to enter the Village, females have the chance to date male inhabitants from other adjacent villages, as men are not permitted to enter the Village. It is permissible for the females to give birth to both male and female progeny, but it is mandatory for the male children to leave the community once they reach the age of eighteen. However, despite the fact that they are subject to village regulations, the women of Umoja are satisfied, unified, and content with their life.

Rebecca Lolosisi, who was born in 1962 and built the town when she was younger, is still extremely young and active at the age of 59. She is the founder of the town. She has been in charge of the community for a number of years and is really happy with her circumstances.

Take a look at the gallery below for some further images of Rebecca.

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