Edirisa Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo, a famous musician, is overjoyed and bragging about how his efforts to market Luganda to the world are paying off, as the language has been included to Google Translate alongside other 23 New Languages. (Eddy Kenzo claims bragging rights when Google adds Luganda to Translator )
The Big Talent Entertainment CEO was instrumental in the new success in some way, with his efforts recognized by prominent award organizers such as BET and AFRIMA, who praised the singer for his songs, which are also mesmerizing the world in ‘Luganda’ language.
After finding that his mother tongue ‘Luganda’ had been added to Google Translate a few days ago, ‘Kana ka Mbata’ took to social media to brag about his new accomplishment.
“This is what I meant when I said “ntunze olulimi oluganda,” and I am delighted to have contributed to such a historic event. #Luganda is being recognized all over the world. Our worldwide fans now understand what my songs imply. Kabaka, awangaale nyo sabasajja for the sake of God and my country, “Eddy Kenzo stated this through his social media.
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Google Translate’s most recent additions include a number of native African languages such as Luganda, Lingala, Oromo, and Tsonga. Google announced the news a few days ago. Over 20 million people in Uganda and Rwanda speak Luganda. The Baganda or Ganda people of central Uganda speak the Luganda language. (Eddy Kenzo claims bragging rights when Google adds Luganda to Translator – celebrity jazz ug )