Adhola, also known as Jopadhola, is a Bantu language spoken by the Jopadhola people of Uganda. It is spoken primarily in the Tororo district of the Eastern Region of Uganda and has a significant number of speakers in Kenya. The language is tonal, and it is known for its complex noun class system. Adhola has a rich oral tradition, including folktales, proverbs, and traditional songs. It is written in the Latin script, and it is used as a medium of instruction in some primary schools in the Tororo district.