Africa is the world’s second-largest and second-most populous continent, after Asia in both cases. After colonization most African countries adapted to English as their official language. The following are the best English speaking countries in Africa.
The country is located on the south-central part of Africa. English is the official language, and it is always used in education and business communication. The primary local language is Nyanja. The people from Zambia speaks a total of 73 languages but English remains the official language.
Ghana is a multilingual country in which about eighty languages are spoken. Of these, English which was inherited from the colonial era, is the official language and lingua franca. Of the languages indigenous to Ghana, Akan is the most widely spoken. These four languages are of Mole-Dagbani ethnicity.
Report by the World Linguistic Society has named Uganda as one of the best English speaking countries in Africa. English is the Uganda’s official language used in schools, various institutions in the country and even government addressings.
2. SOUTH AFRICA
This beautiful country is placed in the southernmost part of Africa and is the second best English speaking country on the continent. You can also hear many other languages here, including Afrikaans and isiZulu. The general number of official languages is 11 in this country.
Ranking at number one is Kenya, a country in Eastern Africa. Nairobi is the capital as well as the largest city in this nation. There are various ethnic groups in this country that speak their own languages, however, the official languages in this nation are the English language and Swahili, and these are used when communicating with other populations, in varying degrees. When it comes to areas of Government, education, and commerce, English is the commonly spoken language.