Uasin Gishu County is largely a cosmopolitan region, with the Nandi people of indigenous Kalenjin communities having the highest settlement. Apart from Kalenjin sub tribes, other communities with notable presence in the county especially in urban settlements include Luhya, Kikuyu, Luo, Kamba, Kisii among others. One aspect that makes the social culture of the people of Uasin Gishu so fascinating, is that for decades, the traditions of African Social evolution have blended with modern influences of the 20th century to make the culture of Uasin Gishu what it is today. Uasin Gishu is dynamic in culture. Being cosmopolitan for decades, they have established themselves in many ways. Much like modern cultures we experience every day, Uasin Gishu has established its very own values, languages, and expressions, as well as immersing its people into culinary, musical, artistic, intelligent, and historical worlds, which, combined with their unique ethnic traditions and social norms, create a lifestyle that can only be called Kenyan. Although English and Swahili are Kenya’s national languages, across the county, multiple dialects can be heard from each of its different ethnic groups.