Shy learn Kiswahili?
In the next 10 years Kiswahili will be the common African language for all business affairs on the whole continent. Kiswahili is a very old language with adaptive character, so every culture and every tribe is able to express themselves individually and authentically using this language. The main trait of this ancient language is tradition and community. This is why everybody who seeks a second chance or a business opportunity in Subsaharan Africa can communicate in Kiswahili easily to everyone.
Zachuas Ogonji & Jackson Kuya
Zachuas Ogonji is a professional consultant in designs and growth of social enterprises, community led initiatives and Personal development. Milestones: 2017 Political leadership and governance Aluminae, 2018 YALIEA Aluminae, 2019 Obama African leader. Zachuas – a real Change Maker – has founded many community initiatives and organizations that champion for people well being. He is a leader on many different fronts and a champion for quality education. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Development Studies (First Class) from Mount Kenya University.
Jackson Kuya is a jovial and enthusiastic teacher from Kenya. He is trained, certified and registered with the Teachers Service Commission of Kenya. He has been in the teaching field for over fifteen years. As a renown teacher of Kiswahili he has taught in various institutions in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, and has won several awards in recognition to his effort as a teacher of Kiswahili. He has co-published several journals and learning materials in Kiswahili for use in the Kenyan syllabus. Currently he is pursuing a bachelor degree in Education at a local university in Kenya.
Africa my Love - Learn Kiswahili
Global connection and appreciative communication between individual countries and continents is a main interest in all FutureLink activities. Our new time quality, since 2020, made living in Europe, Australia and New Zealand quite difficult for people free at heart. This is why we are promoting this opportunity to connect to our African friends and learn Kiswahili. Africa can be a second home and chance for many who seek more liveliness and less control.
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