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The official status of Swahili in Uganda is more symbolic than functional, the reason it features on Ugandan shilling notes and notices in courts of law. The country's language policy also stipulates its use in primary and secondary schools, but many schools disregard this matter. Though Kiswahili (often called Swahili) is the official dialect of the East African Community as an economic bloc and its wider use would make Uganda more competitive in the regional trade market and can play adoi:10.5281/zenodo.7052522 fatcat:glqa4llp35eupj5s7gmu3d36zu