Women have been living a long patriarch as long it can be remembered. In the Samburu district of Kenya is a small village called UMOJA which means NO MEN ALLWED. This village is up of only females. When a man is seen in the village. The man is beaten up and thrown out of the village.
There has been a powerful woman who already built an entire community dedicated solely to females, and therefore, no guy, not even one, is allowed to enter. Umuja, a community in Kenya's Samburu region, is a good example of this. Rebecca Lolosoli is from this area.
Umoja Uaso which means unity in the Kiswahili language is a very small village in Kenya. The village is an all-female matriarch village located near the town of Archers Post in Samburu County, a few kilometres from the capital, Nairobi. It was founded by a woman named Rebecca Lolosoli, a Samburu woman, as a sanctuary for homeless survivors of violence against women, and young girls running from forced marriages.
In Kenya, the settlement of Umoja is located. The all-female matriarch community was created in 1990. Rebecca Lolosoli created it as a safe haven for homeless women who have been victims of domestic abuse and young girls fleeing forced marriages. Men are welcome to visit Umoja, but they are not authorized to reside there.
In kenya in the middle of the desert is a village called Umoja where only women are allowed to enter. This village was created by a woman called Rebecca Lolosoli. Rebecca Lolosoli 30 years ago rebecca was in an abusive marriage. She was beaten and treated like a second-class citizen but when she looked around she saw that she was not the only one. When rebecca saw how women and young girls were been treated by their husbands, she asked the authorities to protect them from their husbands. No one helped, the world