Wachane meaning in Luo

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The Dholuo dialect, pronounced [d̪ólúô], is a specific variation within the Luo group of Nilotic languages. Spoken by about over 4 million Luo people in Kenya and Tanzania, it is particularly prevalent in regions along the eastern shore of Lake Victoria and the southern areas.

Wachane meaning in Luo

Wachane is a Luo greetings. It is like a Swahili greeting “sema?”

The answer is “Wachane? onge! Onge wach!”