Meru, also known as Meru Kwa Mbuku, is a Bantu language spoken in Kenya. It is closely related to other Bantu languages such as Swahili and Gikuyu. Meru is spoken by the Meru people, who live in the central and eastern parts of Kenya.
The Meru people are a Bantu people who have lived in Kenya for centuries. They are closely related to other Bantu peoples such as the Swahili and the Gikuyu. The Meru people speak a Bantu language called Meru, which is closely related to other Bantu languages such as Swahili and Gikuyu.
The Meru people are known for their hard work and their ability to adapt to changing circumstances. They are also known for their friendliness and for their love of music and dance.
The Meru language is spoken by about 1.5 million people in Kenya. It is a tonal language, which means that the meaning of a word can change depending on the tone in which it is spoken.
The Meru language has two main dialects, the Central Meru dialect and the Eastern Meru dialect. The Central Meru dialect is spoken in the central part of Kenya, while the Eastern Meru dialect is spoken in the eastern part of Kenya.
The Meru language is written using the Latin alphabet. There are also some books and magazines in the Meru language.
The Meru people are a proud people with a rich culture. The Meru language is an important part of that culture.