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Five facts about the Gikuyu language
The Gikuyu language, also called Kikuyu, is the language of the largest tribe in Kenya.
Gikuyu is a Bantu language, and the most widely spoken of Kenya’s many different languages.
Many of Kenya’s leaders have been Gikuyu speakers, including the Kenyatta family, who have dominated Kenyan politics since independence from Britain.
Although Gikuyu is widely spoken, it is not Kenya’s national language, which is Kiswahili.
Around 6.6 million people in Kenya speak Gikuyu as their first language—about a quarter of the population of that country.
The Migration Translators are a leading provider of migration-related services by NAATI translators. Our team comprises not only Gikuyu NAATI Translators, but professionals in most other world languages as well.