Bukusu Language

Bukusu also known as Babukusu is a language spoken in Bungoma county in Kenya by the Babukusu people.

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

Bukusu language has approximately 1,400,000 native speakers.

Interesting topics about the Bukusu people:

✔️ Mukite Son of Nameme (The great Bukusu Drummer) 

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