The Isukha are considered a smaller sub-group of the Luhya tribe, which is the 2nd largest ethnic group in Kenya. They speak Wanga language a dialect of the main Luhya language. They leave in western part of Kenya near kakamega forest. These people are usually farmers growing sugar cane as their major cash crops. They live in large extended families, sometimes with more than one wife involved.
The traditional religion practiced is animism and spiritism. Up To date many still continue to give honor to the ancestral spirits but there has been a strong Christian witness in the recent past. Yet many mix Christianity with traditional religion.