Masaba: uluBukusu dialect

Esendi ne bung’ali, O, Wele wase, sikila Ewe wanonga khumanye ne khu khusikamila Ewe. Nga ndola luno luri, khu mani kase kamakekhe khu bunyali Bwowo, khu butambi bwase, khu buhinda Bwowo.

Saliho Wele okundi nokhali Ewe, Omuyeti mubutinyu, Oliyo yeng’ene.

 

- Bahá’u’lláh

 

Note: The Bahá'í World volumes list this language as being spoken in Kenya and Uganda. However, the uluBukusu dialect of the Masaba language is found in southeast Uganda. The Bukusu (Lubukusu) language of Kenya, a Luhya language, is a closely related but distinct language from Masaba.

 

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