Jita is a Bantu language spoken by about 210,000 people in the Mara Region of Tanzania, on the southeastern shore of Lake Victoria. Jita is closely related to the Kwaya and Ruri languages.
Long vowels are written doubled.
Kara awo mu-chaaro cha Emajita bhaariga bhari-wo abhamura abhabhiri, owumwi ^naatogwa Nyamanyimooche, owundi ^naatogwa Muyigasiku. Nyamanyimooche na Muyigasiku bhaariga bheekasyanyiisye aamwi oruguyo orumwi.
Once upon a time in the country of Majita there were two young boys, one named Nyamanyimooche, the other was called Muyigasiku. Nyamanyimooche and Muyigasiku were neighbors in one village.
Details of Jita provided by Michael Peter Füstumum
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