KUKIHUSU/ ABOUT IT WHY LEARN SWAHILI?
1. It’s the fastest growing language in Africa.
2. It’s deemed to be one of Afrika’s key unifying factor.
3. It’s spoken by close to 200 Million speakers world over.
4. It’s the Afrikan language of love and romance and etiquette and discipline and … if used correctly and effectively.
5. It’s an entrepreneurial language and for those that master it mint money from it. It’s their gold mine!
6. Its diverse and rich history and culture and how it shapes today’s world view.
7. It’s a redemption factor to Individuals passionate with Pan-Afrikanism that have been alienated to their roots in Afrika and that are being propelled to learn the Swahili language.
DO YOU KNOW?/ JE, WAJUA? MOST POPULAR SWAHILI WORDS
2. Hakuna Matata
Swahili Course Objectives:/ Malengo ya Kozi ya Kiswahili:
1. To help the Swahili learner in the delivery of conversations, speech, writings and sharing school of thought by the learner through knowledge and usage of the Swahili language and application of its culture.
2. To equip the Swahili learner with knowledge and proper usage of different types of Greetings to different people at different times and occasions.
3. To make the Swahili learner have the ability to introduce self, partner, family, friends, colleagues and associates to a significant extent.
4. To prepare the Swahili learner to be able to achieve a proper Swahili sentence structure and establish different conversations at different scenarios and times through proper pronunciations and application of correct grammar.
5. To stress on the Swahili learner to record, document and archive all the Swahili learning materials used and information including but not limited to the online assessment tests and lesson recordings to help you further instruct oneself and even other new Swahili learners..
6. To furnish the Swahili learner with the ability to exude confidence and ease by enjoying a proper comprehension of the Swahili language and striking a conversation willingly with self, partner, family, friends, colleagues and associates.
7. To create awareness on the significance of the Swahili language as an international language, lingua franca in East and Central Afrika and national and official language to several Afrikan countries.