16,800 (1993 census). 10,000 or more Kwang, 2,000 Mobou, 250 Aloa.
Chari-Baguirmi region; Mayo-Kebbi Est region; Tandjilé region: Tandjilé Est department; north of Lai, east of Bongor, southwest of Bousso. Mobou dialect: Mobou; Aloa dialect: Mogo.
Aloa, Gaya, Kawalké, Kwang, Mindéra, Mobou (Mobu), Ngam (Gam, Modgel), Tchagin (Tchakin). Includes Midigil village, sometimes erroneously listed as ‘Modgel’ (Medegel) in some sources. Lexical similarity: 42% with Kera [ker].
Ngam dialect is different from Ngam [nmc] of Chad and Central African Republic in the Sara group of Nilo-Saharan. Traditional religion, Muslim.