We take you back to your formative years with this quiz. Some of you used to call it Social Studies (SST) or Geography History Civics (GHC) when you entered high school it was only Geography and History. You remember your teachers. You remember long nights putting all that information in your head. However this is not that this is just a challenge.
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This is the ultimate quiz competition. Friend against friend, tribemate against tribemate, tribe against tribe. Our quest to find Mbiu Nation’s Bomani is going to be a hotly contested competition where the winner takes it all. It will have a total of 9 rounds. The rounds are as stated below
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This will involve people of the same tribes battling it out to move to the next round.Top 16 in each tribe will move on to the next round.Below are the links to quiz of each tribe. All tribes will get participatory points in this challenge. All those that advance will get 25 mwanda points each . The quiz tests your knowledge of Sauti Sol’s latest album Midnight Train. It is open for all challenge yourself and your friends .
Round 2 - 26TH JUNE - 4TH JULY
The top 16 from each tribe will battle out against each other for 3 days. Tribe against tribe . The top 8 in each tribe will move on to the next round. Winning tribes will get winning points. Losing tribes will get participatory points. All those that advance will get 25 mwanda points each.
After the 3 days the quiz will be opened up to the rest of community. There will 5 mwandas for doing the challenge and an extra 15 mwanda for getting higher Marks than the highest in each of tribe in the top 16.
The top 8 from each tribe will battle out against each other once more . Tribe against tribe . The top 4 in each tribe will move on to the next round. Winning tribes will get winning points. Losing tribes will get participatory points. All those that advance will get 25 mwanda points each.
The top 4 from each tribe will battle out against each other . Tribe against tribe . The top 2 in each tribe will move on to the next round.Winning tribes will get winning points. Losing tribes will get participatory points. All those that advance will get 25 mwanda points each.
The top 2 from each tribe will battle out against each other . Representing their tribe.The winner of each head to head will go to the Semifinal. Winner will get their points from the challenge as well as earn winning points for their tribes . Losing players will earn 50 mwanda points as consolation as well get participatory points for their tribes.
The winner of each head to head will go to the Semifinal. Winner will get their points from the challenge as well as earn winning points for their tribes . Losing players will earn 75 mwanda points as consolation as well get participatory points for their tribes.
The winner of each head to head will go to the Semifinal. Winner will get their points from the challenge as well as earn winning points for their tribes . Losing players will earn 100 mwanda points as consolation as well get participatory points for their tribes.
First stage is where people post their looks deadline for this stage is 12th June 2020. Each tribesman participating on this part earns 5 mwanda points. The tribe with most people participating wins the challenge.
Second stage is where members vote for the best looks regardless of the tribe. Each tribesman participating on the voting stage earns 5 mwanda points.Voting will be done here. All looks will posted here so that tribemen can vote on them. It will continue until 19th June 2020
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Hobbies Zatura tribe people enjoy listening to music and going for drinks with friends was their second most preferred bonding and social activity selected. Working out was highly disliked by the tribesmen.
Does this describe you? Find out more about your tribe by learning its heroes and origins below. Read Also: Origins of The Zatura Tribe
In the Southern part of Mbiu, in the land of barrenness, hot air and cracked ground, in the land with the seemingly unending sea of brown sand, was a home to the nomads of Mbiu. It was the seventh moon of the year, and as the young men were buried deep in the gold pits unearthing the precious stones, the women sat under the sweltering heat creating the fine balance between mud, ochre and cow dung to decorate their grass thatched houses. The children were out in the fields looking for waterholes for their camels and some to bring back home. The village was in in heavy silence except from the screeching of eagles and occasional footstep. The peace was however disrupted by a whistle blown thrice, which indicated that a woman was in labour and the women were required to provide midwife duties or offer whatever kind of support that was needed. The women rushed towards the whistle, as the men gathered around the husband and engaged in meaningless chatter, as they all hoped for a safe delivery. That- that was how Losiwe made his debut.
Losiwe grew up quite the introvert. He was very
diligent in his work, and rarely spoke unless spoken to. He took time to
critically think before he made choices or even spoke, which made him stand out
from an early age. He generally lived in his head and was very introspective,
but he was outwardly kind and empathetic to everyone in the village regardless
of their position, age or gender. When he attained the age to be circumcised,
he was grouped into an age-set alongside his agemates who were ready for
initiation. They young boys and girls went through several classes where they
were embedded with relevant life skills by the older men and women in the tribe.
Upon completion of the training and initiation into adulthood, the men were
almost expected to find a wife and build a home. Losiwe had fallen into the
kind hands of puberty and blossomed into a young adult. He stood towered, tall
and lanky with brown hair that framed his heart-shaped
face and expressive eyes bright with humor. He had ears that peered curiously
off his face and had lips that were pale and thin and his nose slender and
rounded. A prominent jaw curved gracefully around, and the strength of his neck
showed in the twining cords of muscle that shaped his entire body; strong arms,
bold thighs and calves, a firm chest and abdomen. He had a thin, high-cheeked
face, with a vertical wrinkle between his eyes, and a grizzled ginger beard
that contrasted his warm brown skin.
Five moons post initiation, Losiwe had found the apple of his eye. A
woman he deemed fit to marry and start the most important journey with- the
onset of a whole new generation and extension of his lineage. As required in
the Zatura tradition, the young men who were set to get married would be
commissioned by the Queen and each man was required to walk through the desert
to Guerdon for thirty moons with neither a bag of food nor a calabash of water
and make it back in good physical condition. This was a test of resilience in
adversity and the young men who went through successfully would be honoured by
joining the tribe’s army. The gourd was of vital importance as it was the
symbolism of fertility of and good luck. It was the most sacred ornament that
hung in the homestead of every married woman, consecrated by the Queen that was
believed to dismantle the spirit of barrenness. Apart from the cardinality of
the stars, the gourd was the closest the Zatura came to a monotheistic faith. Once
a man failed to attain the guard, his homestead was at a higher risk of facing
barrenness and bad luck, hence the vitality of this beautiful ornament.
Losiwe took his time in preparation for the long and arduous journey by fasting for 30 moons prior to the auspicious commissioning. He made special sandals from camel skin that would be able to get him through the hot desert ground without scarring his feet. He spent his evening studying the stars to get a bearing on direction, as he intuitively depended on them to navigate to Guerdon during the night. Soon after, the Queen commissioned the twenty zealous young men into the vastness of the desert. The men left with determination, each of them clinging to the hope of making it back in one piece having completed the task. A couple of moons went by and some men started coming back to the village, exhausted, thirsty and waving a white flag, deeming the task undoable. Day in day out, a couple more men came back wearing heavy faces of defeat having not completed the task. By the twenty-first moon, only three men had not yet come back to the village. Every dawn the villagers moved with anticipation in their hearts, silently counting down days to see who had the tenacity to go with the task to the end. Two of the men came back shortly before the end of the twenty fifth moon, with long faces of regret. They had given it their all and failed to reach Guerdon. Losiwe was still out in the desert, guided by the stars and his intuition, and his feet safely guarded by his sandals. On the first night of the thirtieth moon, Losiwe staggered back to the village. He was worn out and his lips cracked. He has a slouch and a wore a tired face that was punctuated with a sense of achievement. The women burst out in a celebratory song to welcome him, as the Queen received him waiting for the prove of completion of his task. He opened his sack, produced a small gourd to the Queen, who nodded in satisfaction and acknowledgement. The Queen then unsealed the guard, poured the liquid in his doorstep and blessed his union and homestead. He was then crowned the village champion for his resilience and tenacity