Ruma National Park
The name apparently has some history:
It was renamed “Ruma” upon request of the local community. The area had been so named by one of Kenya’s most powerful wizard, the much feared Gor Mahia who lived around the park. The park is largely of black cotton soil with surrounding area settled with a mix of small scale cultivation and grassy pasture land.
Gor Mahia is a legendary Luo figure, who even has a book written about him.
Without much else to say outside of complaining about the heat, I leave a few pictures.