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KALENJIN ( Nandi, Terik, Kipsigis, Keiyo, Tuken, Cherangany )

Spoken by 2,460,000 people in Nandi, Kericho and Uasin Gishu districts, Rift Valley Province, Kenya.
Linguistic Lineage for Kalenjin
Kenya

Kwandannyo nemi kipsengwet,
Ngolosunok kaineng'ung,
Ingoitwech olaitornateng'ung,
Ingoyaak kou ye imoje eng emet
Kou ye ooksei eng kipsengwet.
Gonech rani amitwogikyok jebo kotugul,
Nyoiywech gat lelutikyok,
kou ye kinyojini gat je lelwech,
Mendaech tiemutik
Ago sarwech eng yoitwogik.
Amin.

Contributed by Tom Onditi - E-mail t_onditi@yahoo.com

Another version

Noto anyun osa ko u ni:

Kwandanyo ne mi kipsengwet,
Ingotililit kaineng'ung.
Ingonyo bounateng'ung.
Ingoyaak eng' ng'ony mageng'ung',
Ko u ye kiyaei eng' kipsengwet.
Konech rani amitwogikyok che bo ra.
Ak inyoiywech kaat lelutikyok,
ko u ye kinyochini kaat che lelwech.
Amemutech ole mi yomset,
ago soruech eng' ne ya.
Amu neng'ung' bounatet, ak kamuktaet, ak torornatet, agoi koigeny.
Amen.

Source: "TORETET NE BUNU BARAK" ("Help from above") published by World Missionary Press, New Paris, Indiana, USA.
Contributed by Aleksandr Ermanov - E-mail ermanov@donpac.ru

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