|Region||eastern shore Lake Victoria, Mfangano Island, Rusinga Island|
|140,000 (2009 census)|
Suba is a language spoken by the Suba people of east Africa. It is almost extinct. It is a Bantu language believed to have developed from the interactions between the Luo and the Bantu speakers of Lusoga. These Lusoga migrated from the Baganda kingdom because of a conflict between tribes.
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