Swahili is an official language in both Kenya and Tanzania. In both nations, the average resident who has passed through their junior & senior high school education have basic proficiency skills for the same.

The UN has declared July 7th of every year as the world’s official day to celebrate the KiSwahili language.

KISWAHILI is the first African language to receive such recognition.

However it has variants & Mbogi Genge is the official Kenyan version.

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