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  • Apr 17, 2011
  • 01:36 AM

Preserving African Indigenous Languages; how useful is it?

Adama Bukari / Modern Ghana
A dead language is the converse of a living language. Its usage is virtually non-existent and does not undergo any process of development. Undoubtedly, most of Africa's indigenous languages are fast running into extinction and that is why languages like the Kwadi (Angola), Duli (Cameroon) and Mawa (Nigeria) are spoken no more.

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