The Cosmic Journeyman
- Sep 29, 2005
- Creative Industrialist
Swahili language, is a Bantu language spoken by various ethnic groups that inhabit several large stretches of the Mozambique Channel coastline.
You want to split hairs...but I am not into debating...no wonder black folks have such a hard time..always majoring in minors. The rest of the world will go forward and we will still be nitpicking on small matters.
Tell me about it after you came nitpicking at me. Bantu is not a single language but a group of languages in the Niger-Congo linguistic family.
Angola is in south west Africa, not the Mozambican coast.
Many of my ancestors came from Congo And Angola and spoke Kikongo and Gola.
Bantu is a term Europeans use to describe what is one of the most culturally diverse groups in Africa.