Over the World Cup Final weekend, Msonobari together with the Translations coordinator travelled to the western part of Kenya to meet potential Luhya translators who can either work from their respective bases or on location in Nairobi. The Luhya people are the second largest in Kenya, behind the Kikuyu people. Luhya is therefore a very important language in Kenya. It is a Bantu language spoken by nearly six million Kenyans.
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Mpasua Msonobari, Rod Beckstrom, Kalonzo Musyoka
From far right: Mpasua Msonobari, Rod Beckstrom, the ICANN CEO and Kenya's Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka.
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