Nigerian University Introduces African Language, Kiswahili as New Course


By Quadri Yahya 

The University of Abuja has introduced the study of the Swahili language beginning in the  2022/2023 Academic Session. 

As contained in the information made available on the Facebook page of the university,  The director of General Studies, Prof. B. R. Mohammed, disclosed on Tuesday that both semesters' lectures will be taken virtually and concurrently.

This is the newest foreign language to be introduced by the University after Arabic, Portuguese, Japanese, and French, among others. 

Swahili language, also called Kiswahili, or Kiswahili, is a Bantu language spoken by millions of people mainly in Africa including Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and East Zaire. It is also spoken in some parts of Mozambique, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, and  Malawi.

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