Ngemba Language

Ngemba also known as Mankon is an endangered language spoken in Cameroon by the Mankon people.

Ngemba language has approximately 40,000 native speakers.

The language has 9 dialects; Mankunge (Ngemba), Nsongwa (Songwa, Bangwa), Shomba (Chomba, Bamechom), Mbutu (Bambutu), Njong (Banjong), Bagangu (Akum) and Alatening.

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