Irangi, Kelangi, Kilaangi, Kilangi, Kirangi, Klaangi, Rangi, Valaangi
410,000 (2007 R. Cox), increasing. Many ethnic Burunge (Chemba, Goima, and elsewhere) and some Alagwa (Kolo, Mnenya, and elsewhere) who are L1 Langi speakers. No monolinguals.
Literacy rate in L2: About 50% moderately fluent in Swahili [swh]. Swahili official language for education. Langi used for explanations. L1 literacy program in place. Poetry. New media. Grammar. Bible portions: 2007–2012.
Latin script [Latn].