Should your kids know your mothertongue and why?
No,they shldn't,bcz i dis mothertoungue as got no importance,dats y even 2day TRIBALISM wil nt end in Kenya.itupiliwe mbali n names of tribes pia we example the names shld be lyk PETER WILLIAMS nt da type ya RACHEL WANGARI,KURIA n da rest.lets b digital..
yes! yes! coz it gives them a link to their old old gradpa & gradma there is no language barier b2wn em,also it is our traditional language it's fun 4 kids to learn the language of their ancestors.lok at th tourists wh spends alot going 2 bomas coz of our cultule
Hahahaha i like ur comments guys.
Yes they shuld knw wea they come frm...
yes b coz they hv a mother so they hav 2 knw mothertongueEdited by Ojimoreme / 3 Jul 2014 14:36
What if parent comes from different tribes?
Nt a must bt its important
they learn the fathers traditional language coz the mum joined the man tradition one is enough i em
@nicholas and who will teach them?
Hw did they comunicate?
@ojimoreme maybe in kiswahili or english.
mamaulimi,i don lyk.i av a niece bt maajabu ni she doesnt knw even a single word.
mambo na culture ya mumtongue,kama ina maana KCPE n KCSE niaje.
a certificate in mothertongue,diploma,degree n pia masters.kuweni criaz its bad.
4 God's sake mothertongue nowadayz ina2miwa wapi.
they should know to hav identity.. Mwacha mila ni mtumwa
I think they should for the sake of controlling tribalism.
YEES! My kids will be as ORIGINAL AFRICANOS AS I'M...I hav neva seen a copy achieving anywhere! The world is rule by originality and not copies,observe Chinese who kept their traditions while they're the most developed nation...let us be digital the AFRICAN WAY...DAMN U COPIESEdited by Litann / 4 Jul 2014 10:00