Abatiriki Language

Abatiriki also known as Tiriki or Ludiriji is a language spoken in Hamisi sub-county in Vihiga County, Kenya by the Tiriki people.

It belongs to the Luhya group of languages which also includes Bukusu, Kimaragoli, Abanyala, Abakhayo, Abamarachi, Abanyole, Abasamia, Olushisa, Olutsotso, Abawanga, Abamarama, Abakabras, Tachoni, Abisukha and Kisa languages.

Abatiriki language has approximately 600,000 native speakers.

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