||300 (1991 SIL).
||Jayapura and Keerom Regencies, Arso, Abepura, Kemtuk Gresi, Senggi subdistricts, south of Jayapura, northeast of Kaure [khp].
Indonesia, Eastern Papua, reference number 159
||Djanggu, Janggu, “Morwap” , Sawa, Tabu
||Not closely related to any other language.
||Vigorous. Religious services. Very few also use Indonesian [ind].
||Almost no outside influence. “Morwap” means ‘what is that?’ and is vigorously rejected as a language name by speakers and government officials. Horticulturalists and gatherers: sago. Christian, traditional religion.