Daisy speaking Kinyarwanda

Published February 11, 2016

Kinyarwana, also known as Fumbira, is spoken by as many as 10 million people, primarily in the Central African nation of Rwanda, where it enjoys official status alongside English and French, as well as in parts of Uganda, and by diaspora communities worldwide. A Bantu language of the Niger-Congo family, Kinyarwanda is related to more than 500 other languages, including Sumbwa, Gungu, and Swahili. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1O5uqpR​.

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