36,000 (1992 SIL).
Kebbi state: Zuru LGA, Fakai district, migrants south; Sakaba LGA, Kur; Zamfara state: Kebbe LGA.
Kag (Et-Kag, Fakanchi, Puku), Jiir (Et-Jiir, Gelanchi), Kur (Kar, Kelanchi, Kelinci, Kelli-Ni, Kere, Keri-Ni), Zuksun (Et-Zuksun, Zussun), Ror (Er-Gwar, Et-Maror, Tudanchi), Fer (Et-Fer, Fere, Kukum, Wipsi-Ni), Us (Et-Us), Koor (Kulu). Kag, Ker, Jiir, and Fer have 79%–92% inherent intelligibility of Ror. Ror and Kag, the largest dialects, Koor and Us, the smallest. Lexical similarity: 81%–97% among dialects, 63% with Hun-Saare [dud], 50% with C’lela [dri], 57% with Gwamhi-Wuri [bga].
All ages. Also use Hausa [hau].
Latin script [Latn], in development.
Want literature in their language. Traditional religion, Muslim.