Why Uganda has no national language?
Accordingly, why Uganda does not have a national language?
Although Luganda was the most geographically spread language, people outside Buganda were opposed to having it as a national language, as were those of the Buganda kingdom because they felt other tribes' mispronunciation and grammar errors would ruin their language. English remained the official language.
Likewise, how many Ugandans speak English? Only 313,000 people claim it as their native tongue. English speakers in Uganda are fewer. Around 2.5 individuals report being able to communicate in English as a second language. English tends to be used by the government, while Swahili is often considered the language of business.
Similarly, you may ask, what is the national language of Uganda?
Is French spoken in Uganda?
It is the fifthmost spoken language in the world and by 2050 there will be 700 million French-speakers with 85% of them in Africa. These are people Ugandans will need to do business. Therefore, French is a necessary option,” Loussakoueno said.