Nairobi, Sept. 27 -- For years, many Kenyans have assumed their English was just perfect for everyday conversations.

However, the search for jobs overseas, working in multinationals, and the desire to speak with polished British and American accents, which some argue affords one better opportunity, is forcing a growing number of Kenyans to hire diction teachers.

Their goal? To have a refined and classy eloquence that comes with speaking with a proper British or American accent.

Most Kenyans are multilingual and English is a third language, which sometimes has interferences in intonation and pronunciation.

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