30,000 (1993 UBS).
Adamawa Region, on Nigeria border, northwest Mayo-Banyo division, Banyo and Bankim subdivisions.
Ju Ba, Ju Naare (Mambila de Gembu), Langa, Sunu Torbi (Torbi). Closely related to Mvanlip [mcj] (Magu) in Nigeria. Reportedly similar to Mambila [mzk] of Nigeria. A continuum of related varieties; one end unintelligible to speakers of the other. Langa inherently intelligible to some, but not most others. At least 4 dialects in Cameroon.
Latin script [Latn].
Traditional religion, Muslim.