Kenyan family, but the university has others, she said. Hampton has more than 90 remaining in its collection. Asked what institutions such as Hampton should do with vigangos in their possession, she said, "I think they should return them because nobody owns them but the Gohu people," referring to a semi-secret fraternal society within the Mijikenda. "Nobody can buy them," she said. "They should return them — all of them." Each sculpture has its unique style and pattern.
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