Even as we await the premiere of Twist of Fate season two in September 2nd, Zee World has given their fans and viewers more options to look forward to. That is the series will now be offered in Optional Swahili and English language dubbed versions.
This news should not be misconstrued as meaning that Twist of fate would only be presented in Swahili language. The dubbing is for the benefit of countries where Swahili is commonly spoken and better understood by the populace.
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Countries like Tanzania, Burundi, Congo (Kinshasa) Kenya, Mayotte, Mozambique, Oman, Rwanda, Somalia, South Africa, Uganda, UAE and USA have all or some parts of their population who understand and speak Swahili fluently.
This new option therefore gives them the opportunity to watch their favourite series in their local dialect or in a language they would be more comfortable with and better enjoy.
So what does this mean for non-Swahili speakers? Nothing exactly! Countries like Nigeria, Ghana etc who don’t speak or understand Swahili will continue to enjoy Twist of fate season two in English language, unless of course an individual specifically switches to the language. 😂
It was just like during the FIFA World Cup games where match commentaries were offered in the local languages of Dstv/Gotv countries and Switching over was totally optional.
So In conclusion, Do not Fret guys, Twist of fate season two will be available both in English and Swahili language options for an improved entertainment For all of us.
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