Our Swahili translation team consists of
The Swahili language (also called Kiswahili) is one of the Bantu languages and is the most important traffic and commercial language in East Africa. In fact, it is a mixed language of Bantu and Arabic, with about one third of the vocabulary comes from the Arabic, there are also influences from German, Portuguese, English and French. Unlike the other Bantu languages, Swahili is not a musical language, but is characterized by a simple pronunciation and a clear grammatical structure. A special feature are the class prefixes. Swahili is the official language of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, in addition it is also used partly in the neighbouring countries as a lingua franca. Only a very small part of the inhabitants of these states speak it as their native language (especially on the coast), for most other inhabitants it is secondary and educational language. In total, about 80 million people speak Swahili, of which only 5-10 million speak their native language.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Abuja (NG), Calabar (NG), Jos (NG), Kano (NG), Lagos (NG), Ondo (NG), Port Harcourt (NG), Yaba (NG),