Bokyi Language

Bokyi also known as Boki or Nfua or Nki or Okii or Osikom or Osukam or Uki or Vaaneroki is a language spoken in Northern Cross River State, Nigeria by the Bokyi people.

It belongs to the Bendi group of languages which also includes Bekwarra language.

Bokyi language has approximately 350,000 native speakers.

The language has 12 dialects; Basua, Irruan, Boje, Kwakwagom, Nsadop, Osokom, Wula, Oku, Boorim, Oyokom, Abo and Eastern Bokyi.

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