Ejagham Language

Ejagham also known as Ekoi or Jagham is a language spoken in South Western Cameroon and Cross River State in Southern Nigeria by the Ekoi people.

Ejagham language has approximately 200,000 native speakers.

The language has 10 dialects; Bendeghe, Ekwe, Akamkpa-Ejagham, Northern Etung, Southern Etung, Keaka, Obang, Nkim, Nkum and Ekajuk.

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