February 23, 2017
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Yes it does. Many don't know what you're asking, yes the interaction of Swahili & English is so much people will know...
The form "kuja" is the infinitive of -ja.
From Proto-Bantu *-jìja. Compare Zulu -za.
-ja (infinitive kuja)
1) to come
2) going to (followed by an infinitive, future, or subjunctive verb) /edit**
(See the affirmative conjugation chart in the link below)
From Wiktionary: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ja
Note: Now we can see that the stem verb ja can be used as an auxiliary verb.