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The word “Welcome” in all African language

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The word “Welcome” in all African language

Kimeru – igua wamukiri mono
Hausa – maraba
Kinyarwanda – Ikaze
Chichewa – takulandirani
Yao – twapochere
Zulu – sijkwamukela
Swahili – Karibu
Hausa – barka dai
Yoruba – Bawo ni
Shuwa – gayyaltu afé
Afrikaans – welkom
Mandinka – é nima naata khayro kono

Thank you all for your participation, let us know if the list is correct please.

We need more languages on the list.
Xhosa
Ndebele
Wolof
Somali
Amharic
Oromo
Kikuyu
Haya
Masaai
Bemba and many more..

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2 Comments

  1. Zulu – Siyakwamukela
    Xhosa – Siyakamkela

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