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Naki

A language of Cameroon

ISO 639-3: mff

Population 3,000 (1993 R. Breton). Population includes 300 in Nse chiefdom.
Region North West Province, Menchum Division, Furu-Awa Subdivision, Nse chiefdom, Naki, Mekaf, Bukpang II, and Lebo villages.
Alternate names   Mekaf, Munkaf, Nkap, Bunaki
Dialects Member of the Eastern Beboid cluster.
Classification Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Benue-Congo, Bantoid, Southern, Beboid, Eastern
Language use In Nse chiefdom they speak Nsaa and are called 'Bunsaa'. Some speakers also use Nse or Lebo, although Jukun is the trade language. In Bukpang II few speak Jukun. Cameroon Pidgin is used in the area.
Comments The people are called 'Bunaki'.