Published on Oct 3, 2017
Africa is the most multilingual continent in the world. It is estimated that about different 2,000 languages are spoken, many with their own set of varying dialects. And in this video 2nacheki presents the Top 10 countries in Africa with the Most Languages. are you amazed just has to how many languages African have, let us know in the comments below but do it in your native language and let’s see which one comes out on top with the most comments
Here are 10 Countries in Africa with the Most Languages
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Comments • 391
Africa Vlogs1 month ago
Very informative 2nacheki Nigeria just blew my mind
Island Reviews1 month ago
Notification squad yooo Asante Sana 2nacheki
Barakat Akinloye1 month ago
Only five languages are most spoken we don’t speak all those languages tho it’s five dat are widely spoken(English, pidgin, Yoruba, Igbo, nd Hausa)
Gisèle Gi1 month ago (edited)
Team Swahili, congrats Kenya, Tanzania. DR Congo should have made this list. Yaani Swahili ni lugha safi kabisa, love so much Swahili language ❤❤❤❤❤😍😍. Africa is shining, what a wonderful continent!! Like this comment if you love Swahili language. For the love of Swahili language, I stand with people from Kenya, Tanzania, DR Congo, Rwanda etc and other African people who love or speak Swahili language. Please keep liking this comment, let’s top it with more than 30 likes, haha. Thanks to all Team Swahili, poa kabisa.
cobyveron1 month ago
Gisèle Gi1 month ago
Wow, nice to see Zambia on this nice list. I lived in Zambia for nearly 4 years and learnt Nyanja Zambian language, love it, it’s sounds sweet to me 😍😍❤❤😍. Zambia is a peaceful country. How many likes for number 7, Zambia?
Welcome’s House1 month ago
Michael Omare1 month ago
Learning something new everyday, omg Nigeria why do you have to go big on everything lol just can’t believe all those languages
Zack Maicok1 month ago
There is a misunderstanding going on between “Languages” and “Dialects”. I noticed that in many African countries, dialects are misrepresented as Languages. “Twi” is not a language, it’s a dialect. Twi, Fante, Akwapim etc. all of dialects which belongs to the Akan language. They are not languages themselves. I assume this is a similar case in the other countries listed, dialects being misrepresented as languages. It’s like saying American English, Irish English, British English, Australian English etc. etc. are their own languages because the phonetics and spelling may be a little different from the others.
Michael Kisanga1 month ago
Proud to my country Tanzania. I love Kiswahili language, where are Congo DR and Sudan? How many languages to those countries
Dickson Sang1 month ago
No wonder there is a lot of tribal conflicts in Africa ,Anyway background music sounds Nice
honeybee1 month ago
520 different languages in Nigeria !!! OMG In Eritrea we have 9 different languages and that was giving me a headache but now :)) (( big sigh)) I feel good ..Unfortunately the most spoken language in my country is Tigrinya :(
Kezy M1 month ago
Kenya has 68 languages 😱😱😱😱i am kenyan and i only know around 55 languages which are spoken here…anyway Nakipenda Kiswahili
Mwamdanga K1 month ago
Asante sana Tanzania 🇹🇿
Abby Nixon1 month ago (edited)
Personally, I think Africans for whatever reason are more adaptable to learn languages in my experience. While taking Japanese languages classes b4 my trip there. A conversation started in class that Africans grasped Japanese quickly and fluently. Trevor Noah for example seems to have a love of languages. I have a friend from Kenya whose wife is a YouTubers from Korea and there’s a vid of him speaking Chinese that’s gone viral with over 5 million views 🤓
Teresa Andala1 month ago
There is just something awesome about growing up in Kenya. Most children at the age of 5 can speak and understand up to 3 languages. 1. Your mother tongue; The one your mother speaks to you at home, 2. Swahili; the language you speak with your friends while playing and 3. English; The language your teachers speak to you at school. Learning a different language later in life becomes simpler. NEVER LAUGH AT SOMEONE WITHOUT AN ACCENT BECAUSE THEY KNOW ONE MORE LANGUAGE THAN YOU.
sommy unic1 month ago
lol Naija no dey carry last at all. You guys are surprised we have 520 languages in Nigeria i bet you dont know that each of these languages have different dialects. I am from the Igbo speaking part and we have 5 igbo speaking states with different dialects. My state alone has more than 15 dialects of igbo language. there are even some dialects of the igbo language i as an igbo speaking person dont understand. Quiet confusing and mind blowing right?
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world of good 2551 month ago
that is Arusha Tanzania…a way to inter in a bus terminal…..kiswahili ni bora zaidi
AfroAngola1 month ago
Why is DR Congo not on this list?
Mary Oyedipo1 month ago
Am proud of my country Ghana 👌👌👌👌