"Nitaenda nyumbani ili nisafishe vizuri!"
Translation:I am going to go home so I can clean properly!
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am going to go" is another form of future tense.
It's actually possible to express nita(kw)enda as any of "I will go", "I am going to go" and just "I am going" (as long as the context allows - an arranged/booked plan that involves others and the temporal context in the communication). If I have booked my plane tickets, I would say I am going to Spain next week and would never say I will go to Spain next week as that implies I am deciding right now. In Swahili, you can simply say nita(kw)enda for all of these possibilities.