Lusoga, is a Bantu language spoken in Uganda. It is the native language of the Basoga of the Busoga region of Uganda. With over three million speakers, it is one of the major languages of Uganda. However, it is largely restricted to the Busoga region, which is mainly within the natural boundaries of Lake Victoria to the south, Lake Kyoga to the north, the Nile river to the west and the Mpologoma (Lion) river to the east of Namutumba district. It is tonal language. The Basoga are found in Bugiri, Mayuge, Buyende, Iganga, Jinja, Kamuli, Luuka, and Namayingo districts; between lakes Victoria and Kyoga. The Lulamogi dialect: Kaliro district; Lusiginyi and Lukono dialects: Namutumba district.