An ode to silence – Kenya’s third national language

An ode to silence - Kenya’s third national languageWe are aware of the multitude of languages on the African continent. Even in one country many languages are being spoken. The East African state of Kenya is such a country. Two national languages: English and (Ki)Swahili. But the journalist and writer Rasna Warah has discovered a third national language. A language that has not been officially recognized. A language that is used by many people from east to west and from north to south.  In this article she writes about this language of silence. 

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