This book presents phonological variation in the Gikuyu language spoken by Kamba speakers in Thika District. Its particular focus is on the variation in consonants and pitch pattern and whether these two are influenced by gender and age. The pronunciation of the selected phonemes and pitch by Kamba speakers who use Gikuyu is measured against the standard Gikuyu consonants and pitch pattern, then the variation is noted down. There are a lot of studies that have been carried out on language variation especially in the major world languages such as English and French. However, very little has been featured in the African context. The author providing information on African Languages variation, especially when they come into contact. This book is highly recommended for the scholars, students and researchers who are doing more on phonological variation as spoken by other people.