Facebook Swahili version launched

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The social- website Facebook has launched Swahili, targeting more than 110m speakers the language.
A group of Swahili scholars launched new version with the permission of the California-based internet .
Facebook use has spread the past five years in East and Central Africa, where most Swahili-speakers live.
Symon Wanda, one of the project's initiators, said they wanted to launch a Swahili version to safeguard the future of the .
"The youth, the future generation, if you look at biggest percentage of users on Facebook, they are youth," he told the BBC's Network Africa programme.
"They can easily navigate through when it's maybe a language they understand, which makes easier to use the Swahili than to use the English."
The BBC's Ruth Nesoba, in Nairobi, says the Swahili site has already been trial for some time and word has spread quickly.
Facebook's Simon Wanda says they have been monitoring the take-up and says more than 60% of Facebook in East Africa are already using the Swahili version.
Facebook already exists in some 50 language .

Taken from BBC news