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Map of languages of Nigeria, Cameroon, and Benin, showing subgrooups of the systematics of the Niger-Congo-family such as exmples of the Atlantic branch (Ful), the Mande branch (Bokobaru), the North-Volta-group of the Volta-Congo-branch (parts of Kru and of Adamawa-Ubangui), of the South-Volta Group most of West Benue, the whole Platoid, Cross River, and North Bantoid groups, all non-Bantu of the South Bantoid Group, and the northwestern edge of the Bantu area.

Date 2007-10-27/28
Source Own work
Author Ulamm


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