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This video was recorded by Kristen Tcherneshoff and Daniel Bögre Udell in Lusaka, Zambia. Ila, also known as Chiila, is a Bantu language indigenous to Zambia. Its comprised of two dialects: Lundwe and Lumba. Ila is spoken by 82,900 people as of 2010. Ila’s primary location of usage are the Central and Southern Provinces of Zambia. It uses a Latin alphabet and is used in the home and community setting, as well as during traditional ceremonies.