Have you ever wondered what could happen if the speaker of a less common language, for instance Bajuni, would come to the United Kingdom without any knowledge of the English language, culture and customs? It is highly likely that you never have. Fortunately, we at Birmingham Translation Agency (BTA) are prepared for every eventuality. That is why we offer interpreting services in more than 365 languages, including Bajuni dialect!


Bajuni Interpreters in Birmingham

 At BTA we choose to only cooperate with professional, highly qualified and experienced interpreters who also have the skills to work in the translation field. They are also members of many organisations, such as the Institute of Linguists (IoL) which unites interpreters and translators from all over the world. Our interpreting team also attend special trainings, during which we provide them with the necessary information not only about interpreting itself, but also about the needs and expectations of our clients. This is what made BTA the leading interpreting and translation service provider in Birmingham and UK wide.


If you wish to know how much our interpreting or translation services would cost, you can call us or use the button Get Your Free Quote Now. As a professional Company that value its clients, we don’t have a price list, because we believe that every need or request for an interpreting and translation service is different. We treat each and every one of our clients individually.

However, we can most certainly guarantee our reasonable and competitive prices! Indeed, if our prices weren’t that competitive, we would never have gained recognition from so many clients. We invite you to read some of our reviews and you will be ensured that there is no better interpreting and translation services provider as our Company.


Bajuni dialect is a variety of Swahili mixed with the Kabajuni language, which is a coastal dialect of Swahili. It is spoken by the Bajuni tribe. The speakers of this dialect mainly live on the Northern Coast of Kenya, in the town of Kismayo, Bajuni Islands and on Lamu Island. Most of Bajuni speakers are fishermen and a lot of them don’t receive a proper formal education.

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