Kamba Language

Kamba also known as Kikamba is a language spoken in Makueni County, Kitui County and Machakos County (Ukambani) by the Kamba people.

It belongs to the Akamba group of languages .

Kamba language has approximately 4,600,000 native speakers.

The language has 4 dialects; Machakos, Kitui, Makueni and Kwale.

Note: The sounds c, f, j and r do not occur in Kamba language.

Kamba is closely related to Kikuyu, Kiembu, Kimeru and Kidawida.

Learn everyday Kikamba phrases and their meaning in English, including greetings, directions, love words and a lot of day-to-day conversations.

Interesting topics about the Kamba people:

✔️ Traditional Kamba houses and related taboos (African architecture Episode 1)

✔️  Traditional Kamba Attire and Jewellery

✔️ The Kamba People of Paraguay



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