The Sabaki Bantu
Kiswahili is part of a larger African language group called, Sabaki Bantu (Sah-BAH-kee Bahn-too).
Kiswahili is spoken by millions of Africans in Somalia, Kenya, Tanganyika Mozambique and as far away as the Comorro Islands.
The Comorro Islands are in the Mozambique Channel. Northwest of Madagascar and facing Mozambique
The Niger–Congo languages are the world's largest language family and Africa’s largest in terms of geographical area, number of speakers and number of distinct languages.
The first speakers of the Niger-Congo languages were the Twa-Mbuti of Central/Southern Africa
These languages were a development of the original language, the click language. The Voice of Nature.
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Language Speaks Meaning to Cultural Common Sense
All indigenous languages should be learned and taught. All languages are expressions of that particular culture
A universal language is a deeply rooted language that has the ability to unite people world-wide