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|Users||Written language taught at university. 5 million speakers of the source languages (2002)|
|Sources||Kiga, Nkore, Nyoro, & Tooro|
The Google interface has been translated into Kitara in February 2010 by the Faculty of Computing and IT, Makerere University.
- Bernsten, Jan. 1998. "Runyakitara: Uganda's 'New' Language." Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 19(2): 93-107. (online version)
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