Kenya is a country that has multiple languages. English and Bantu Swahili are widely spoken in the country. These two languages serve as official languages for commercial and business purposes. But there are more speakers of Swahili in Kenya than English.There are 68 languages that are spoken in Kenya according to ethnologies. The differences of language is a reflection of diverse population that includes major ethno racial groups in Africa. Niger-Congo and Nilo-Saharan are the two most languages spoken locally in the country’s Nilotic and Bantu populations. The Arab and Cushitic ethnics speak languages that belong to the separate Afro-asiatic family.Kenya’s ethnic groups typically speak their mother tongues within their communities. The two most official languages are used in varieties of fluency for communication. English is widely spoken for commerce purposes, government and for education .
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