The Suba people live on the islands and shores of Lake Victoria in Homabay County. A large number of those who have held to Suba language and culture are found on Mfangano Island. To get there you have to use a ferry or a boat. They also spread to Suna and across the Kenya-Tanzania border.
The Suba mainly practice fishing which they consume locally and export the surplus. Further inland they are agriculturalists and are well known for their fruit production particularly oranges and bananas.
Work in Suba commenced in 1992 and the New Testament was dedicated on 15th April 2011.