Abisukha Language

Abisukha also known as Isukha or Abaisukha is a language spoken in Parts of Kakamega County in Western Kenya by the Isukha people.

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

Abisukha language has approximately 150,000 native speakers.

The language has 1 dialects; Lwisukha.

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