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a Bantu language

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1 million Luyia speakers represent about 16% of Kenya's population.
This year the class worked on Tiriki, a variety of Luyia.
Tiriki is a Bantu language of the Luyia subgroup (J30) spoken in Western Kenya.
This is precisely the situation that is found in Lumarachi (Marlo 2007), a Bantu language of the Luyia subgroup, to which Tiriki also belongs.
Major ethnic groups: Kikuyu 22%, Luyia 14%, Luo 14%, Kalenjin 11%, Kamba 11%, Kisii 6%, Meru 5%.